Ada Weekly News, September 13, 1934

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September 13, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE AD A WEEKLY NEWS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1934 NUMBER 24 Rhode Island Troops Repel Rioters After Night of Turmoil and Disorder JURY ACQUITS 0. U. STUDENT OF DEATH OF CAMPUS BEAUTY Verdict Late Saturday Afternoon Brings End To Sensational Case Which Had Numerous Dramatic Situations TOUCHING SCENE FOLLOWS VERDICT Myers Testified During Trial He Was Innocent Of Part In Attempt To Prevent Sweetheart Becoming Mother NORMAN. Okla.. Sept. # (AP) Neal Myers Univer-, X aI    I sity of Oklahoma pharmacy student, was acquitted by a dis- a i    -    y    Qf    mul_;    Finishing    company    plant    and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Paige of Oklahoma City Victims Of Accident MORE TROUBLE LMS I MOTORCAR HITS MTO Troops Guard Mills in Several Tragedy Occurs at Crossing of Other States; Gorman Appeals to President SAYLESVILLE. R. I., Supt. 12. <vP>—Immediately following the shooting of two civilians here to- S. H. 19 and O. C. A. & A. Railroad I from Tuewilny'n Unit? I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Paige, 707$ W. Thirtieth, Oklahoma City. day;    one 'of    whom"    is    believed    To ("ere    killed Monday afternoon , be    near    death,    a    crowd    of    5.000    ,wh,'n    their automobile was struck by a    railroad motor car of the O. C.    A. and A. railway just east of Stonewall. Mr. Paige was killed instantly _~.wben automobile was hurled IM • MIU.    others'"felledTy gas shortly“afterInto the ditch, and lits wife died : .Marian Mills. The east attract    4__„    ,------ bi.imvod    ,    snon aftf»rw:irri while bein*! rush-! . Great Mari rn? Disasters NEW YORK, Sept. 8.—Ll*) The burning of the Morro Castle is the second major shipping disaster off the eastern coast of the United States in the past 80 years. The Vestris foundered in a storm off the Virginia Capes on November 12, 1028, with the loss of HO lives. Greater disasters have oc-cured on inland waters. The excursion steamer General Slocum burned in the East River, New York. in 1894, with the loss of 1,021 lives and the excursion steamer Eastland capsized in the Chicago River with the loss of 812 persons ll years later. In 18G5 a boiler explosion destroyed tile steamboat Sultana, killing approximately 1,-700 on the Mississippi near Memphis. Most of the victims were exchanged union prisoners. MORE THAN HUNDRED LIVES LOST ON WARD LINER MORRO CASTLE Many Passengers and Members of Crew Trapped by Rapid Spread Of Flames PANIC SEIZES SOME PASSENGERS Origin of Fire Shrouded in Mystery; Other Ships Respond To S. O. S. Call .lahonia pharmacy student, was acquitted by a dis- « ^^Uy of mu~ «■>*««    »"<*    °‘ jury here late this afternoon of a charge of murder d,.r in connection with the death rout< " J j e™-    ,0    I    w rtion death of Marian Mills, his campus beauty sweet-; of his    I    others    felled    by    gas    shortly    after,    if trict court in the abortion ........      -    '    Mi arian Mills. The c^T?‘t™ct" the'two"others'who“were believed i soon afterward while being rush- j heart.    cd statewide attentioi . The jury crjtjcaj|y wounded.    !    ed to Ada by ambulance from the! Myers bowed his head and tears came into his eyes as the verdict came in late Saturday af-, The *second shooting resulted ! scene of the tragedy.    I    _ ternoon.    'when    the    crowd    of    5,000    rushed    The    bodies    of    the    accident    vie-    Statute    Invoked    Here    That    Pro ! the troops and stoned them, driv- tims were taken today to Okla- . ing the guardsmen behind the honia City for burial.    vides    Penalty    When    I    cison barbed wire barricade surround-I Accounts differed on tho direc-i    j-|a8    jsJq    Claim verdict was read. He was shaken visibly His parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Myers of El Reno, who have been at Neal s side constantly during the trial, rushed to their son and threw their arms about him, sobbing audibly. District Judge lorn Pace had warned the spectators in the crowded courtroom that there must be no demonstration, but despite his orders, many of crowd cheered. Judge Pace ordci-ed the court bailiff to take names of the demonstrators. The jury returned the verdict at 5:40 p. rn. after deliberating since about 12:46 p. m. today. A tense silence settled upon the crowd, many of them university students, as tin* jury announced It had reached a verdict and flied in. As Melle De Long, court clerk, opened the envelope and read the verdict of acquittal, Myers* head dropped forward. ing tin* Sayles plant property. Hon in which the T’aige cat was Several guards equipped with traveling, some .stories being to nausea gas guns covered the re- the effect that it was going east treat of their companions into tho on State Highway 19 on the way barricade, and were successful in to the prospective oil area near {dispersing the mob temporarily. | Tupelo. Wide Range of Misconduct Revealed in List *of Cases Still Pending The motor car is said to have Section 2177 of Compiled Statutes of Oklahoma for lf* 21 has been invoked by the county attorney's office to prevent any spread of the practice of “clouding titles*’ in the county's oil- AI most the entire gamut ol SATwoSn,'nlwei!i'shotSand be-slr"°k ‘he automobile near thejj."® area for the purpose of exfront of the latter.    i    tracting a settlement from tnt Head injuries proved instantly | part[ea int?rested fatal to Paige, who sustained also • a legitimate deal. a leg fracture. Mrs. Paiges right j Ynder that law7 any person who seeking to reach New York bay. in completing I lieved to have been critically {wounded by Rhode Island national guardsmen on strike duty Jat the Sayles Finishing company    .    .    f    ,    ------ —------- -    -    -■    « human evil and crime is covered here as a crowd of nearly 2,POO !**:.    uLa    I)Uts an instrument or deed on* in tile range of NEW YORK, Sept. 8— (AP) — The Ward liner Morro Castle, piercing heavy fog and terrific seas inbound to New York from Havana, Weis swept by fire today off the Jersey coast with 133 to 171 of her 358 passengers and crew cither dead or missing. Dozens of bodies were washed ashore or were floating in the Atlantic below Sandy Hook. A National Guard checkup placed the number of bodies in New Jersey at 171, but other reports of the number of rescued indicated the death list was lower. Hospitals, homes and coast guard stations in Jersey towns cared for survivors brought ashore by life boats or rescue ships. A special trainload of the rescued, many seriously ill from exposure and exhaustion, sped toward New York hospitals. A blazing wreck from bow to stern, the luxurious liner early tonight was in the tow of the coast guard cutter I ampa, in a huge demurrer, arraignment and dismissal docket let by Iii: fc ....... Here    as    a    crown    oi    nearly    .7    , . . UnnA s.,1       ,    ,    , offenses listed pick<>ts aml strike sympathizers Injured and fatal head tnjui c. {recorc[ tending to hinder or m- I.r.v. lion f    ...    a    trade    -.m.I    havill? rushed the state troops It was the first time the state received Paige, who terfere with a trade and bavin , apparently WAS;no real claim on property hi lt was the first time tile state “ ^ ’    *    *    si    ■IIU    uullu    j r! militia lias fired on a crowd in a,)OUt year« (),d’ Wfts, a". ol! volved is guilty of a misdemeanor . .    .    innffi    Kmbnr    Hu*    form    f»rlv    llVPfl    1    i     1    •__4    1    x    1111 Will Return To School Myers had told his friends that if lie were acquited of the girl's death, Ii*- again would return to the university this fall. Hi fraternity him his kitchen when* In* was workin his way through college when lie met Marian, pretty daughter of a university professor. Myers testified yesterday that he was innocent ol participating in any attempt to prevent Mi trict Judge J. F. McKeel * *'militia pas urea on a crown in —~— *« *-— _    .ivuncu    10    sunij    w. «    ..... Committee    Told DuPonts*    War Monday, September 17.    New England    during the    current    lease broken    He    formerly lived, an(j    subject to    a fine of Greed, viciousness in its most 8^r|ke>    in Wichita Palls,    Texas.    [and    a sentence    of    one    day    to    a Sales    Jar Above    Billion    sordid forms, anger, selfishness, j Those wounded were    William’ A brother,    It. Paige, resides    {year    in prison. Dollars    dishonesty in various manifesta-, Rockwood of    Pawtucket,    shot in    Kansas City    and    Mrs. Paige    s j Ag expial,ied    at    the    office    or tions, erin-tty, are reflected in the nH, head. aluj charles Gorsey. 18, mother, Mrs. Canterbury, lives in; the county attorney today, some WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. '.Pi d Testimony tliat the war depart- iisiM>neM> iii Yaiuni> m1 u .-im*    15 lack wood OL I awiucKei, snoi rn    rw«u.->ao v_ m.-    ......    ....... —>    j    ex    piaiiieu    a inns, crue lty, are reflected in the    tjH, head; and Charles Gorsey, 18,    mother. Mrs.    Canterbury,    lives    In * the county    attorn liniment.    'Central Falls, sliot in the abdo- Fort Worth, Texas.    >    individuals have diversity tnis tau. mo,Testimony that the war oepari-1 There are about 750 of these,men. Doth were taken to Notre |llur.r. n until 1T~~    {take    options    on    Ii brothers    have    offered    merit discontinue d    the    sale    of    sur- J criminal cases, representing all    Damtj hospital here where doctors    |\f|ft VLIL I ll    W A    RI old    job    in    a    fraternity    ,»|m    stocks    of    munitions    iii    April: HI* d since statehood iii the conn-    said a preliminary examination iii-    |VIH I I ILLU    IlUll    HI *......................... -1'............................................................................ UBERTI    ON BONO Inquiry Ordered WASHINGTON, Sept. 8 -CP) -Secretary Roper of tho commerce department today ordered I). N. Hoover, assistant chief of tho bureau of navigation and steamboat inspection, to go to New York at once and personally caliduct .iii investigation into tile take options on land owned by man not familiar witu the law. \ After the option, usually a; short one .e xpires, the owner j may be ready to complete a sale to some other buyer when the1 man who boid tin* expiree option hears of it and files an instn been known to 'Supreme Court Disposes of burning of the Morro Castle. Y a I j    .    .    fDi    1    The    acH°n    was taken after the Long Litigation or Banks secretary had received all avail- Over Distribution able information from the scene “In order to deal with the situation expeditiously and to meet OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 11    every responsibility of the d* - P Claims of banks against the partnient’’ said the secretary in a defunct state hank deposit guar- brief statement, “I have in st rue- 1*1 *    '    r * '    ^    " —      of 1935 been use of tm* need of ty that ar** as far as tho records    (Heated    their condition was crit- “military training for the uneui-1 show, still pending or for some    [cal. ployed*** was given today to the j reason undisposed of.    , Crowd Disregards Warnings senate munitions committee. I Scanning of tins docket reveals] The shooting occurred when tim Committcu* UH'inbcrf did not ask ; names and incidents long since-crowd made a rush for 15 na-    (From w>dnf»l»y*i iialiyi t iuears ut n mu    ....    .........    .    ,    , , ,    .    r    ,,    . , n v ,r    .lithe mean itie of tin* phrase.    'passed from the mind of the ttonal guardsmen in the Moshaa- Everett Mayfield, charged wit »I ment claiming to hold a right to . ant v run ti should bt paid < ti    I). N. H , s> _ ‘ It    injwt.'l    Int.,    u.'iin.o.,,    .kv.tmu.- oitiw-n and remain.i.s suck cemetary, for three days the murder in tile death of C. I- the land or « part of it.    !    with interest in their numerical rector of the bureau of "“v'Sa- Mills    from    becoming    a    motlier,    as    bv a letter from an official or tli«, \ i vi.l only to those who were til-,scene    of violent clashes between    Lamar    near Bebee    on    Anenst 14.    Then    .the    other    parties    bi ine (    'n dei    anc    the    til nil    should    not ie Hon and ate mbo t ap > was charged    by    the    state    and    said    Curtiss-Wright Export corpora- redly connected with them.    police    or troopers guarding the    was    released Monday    from cus- J    impatient    to    complete    the    deal,    liquidated    on    a    pioiata    oasis that he had loved the girl and t|on to one of his agents.    Rim    k    To    tuns    plant and strike sympathizers. tody under bond of $2.50<*. J be offers to withdraw his alleged had attempted many times to other officials of toe concern' Th* first cast* listed is the *ec-« The guardsmen ordered the    Ko date has been set for pr<-| “claim*’ if tney will settle with persuade lier to marry him. ’already had testified t hat the coin-1 ond filed after statehood. Toe crowd hack, hut it continued to ]jn,jnary hearing in connectionism for a round sum The sensational case went to paily frequently sought quotations name has been lost, tile charge is advance. They hurled gas bombs, wlth tll<l caH(. pending the out- j Tbat kind of offer, sai l Vol . —-    I ti.p muntw nf'thp «ih.> Tantain th** jurymen at 12:46 P- m-« on government surplus war mate- perjury and was filed on .(ann- but still the crowd came on. cnrae 0f (be wounds received by Crawford, arsistant county at- ,f 1 s a ' ,an H* 1    ^    Robert Willnmtt was dead He* actual deliberations started about ,jaL for sale abroad but that all ary I", lites. The last entry on s Warning shots were fired and Lainur*s son. Bill Lamar, on tii«(torney, today, will he tattn here, dn eel y MIM'^    iast    ni.qlt    ’    stricken    wi an bour later after lunch.    such sales were .subject to appro-. record was, “indicted and bench,then, as the crowd continued to    •    —    —........-    --*    —^ « institutions winch had intel veil- dud last nlgnt, stricken wi Three sentences were possible val by the state department.    warrant tiled    'advance, the guardsmen fired into mar is at a IOCai Hospital aan-;person has *io real claim mn m-,    Pnvnr«oii tim of the vessel he had commanded under tin* murder charge tile The committee already had In many of these cases, court J the oncoming throng.    gerously wounded.    Mention    to    go to the courts it r,1< «lecision i vt.std that One guardsman was struck on    - I    -    ' proceed to New York.*’ This ruling was made today by' Th** secretary expressed tin* re-tlie state supreme court on ap- grot of the department over the ! peal of tin* Security Bunk and catastrophe. It was explained the Oklahoma county ,    , •    by county, necessary to protect his ‘rights’. I was the head and apparently knocked 0ffjrjajs tbat because of the pas-j one arrest has already been    •    in ame down by a thrown rock. He had    of time pil.o.. the ruins made. Crawf. rd said, and others•    A*''orne.vs    in he to be helped from the scene and ,    ,_______ ia    in    i_____— .i.. i«< nimiiir o'lati.. it only the appealing given first aid. district since it was commissioned as the pride of the line four years ago. case said that ’ Below, the shipload of pleasure- sage of    time since the filing o*    made CrawB rd    -J    ; oniy the appealing banks would    seekers, many bound for home murder    charges May Held could    wlu be made .    fl,    the    atf.miiop ! receive full pavment. When no    after a vacation cruise, enjoyed demand    a preliminary hearing or    they are brought    to    the    ad* nu M' . a] was t ,L *t bv tile other    gaiety of the last night out. release on bond.    of    the    county    attorney.    |      ‘    ‘    ‘    s    Bv    midnight,    all    was    quiet. institutions which had interven- hh*d last night, stricken with a heart attack on the bridge of the ux.x.vx.v..    ...vw    niar ls    ar    a    Ioca,    uosuiiHi    uaii - : nprKon uhs mo real ciai»u n«»« »*»“!    ._....    ..... UMW. w  ........_||    - .J   H ______     ...    _______|    __    .    _____ ______ „ throng death penalty, life imprisonment listened to testimony that war pi-1 officials say, there is little and acquittal. The    state did    not    [ot8    i,aq been    used to    demonstrate    but    that    final    disposition specifically ask the    death    lienal*    planes for the company in    foreign {made by    the courts hut in ty, however.    countries and that an unsuccessful way never recorded or misplaced. The 19-year-old co-ed, (laugh-    effort had been made to have a!    The    demands of    justice ’lave l«*r off a university professor, died    battleship take airplanes to South    n**ver    been fully    answered.    Immediately upon receiving    rHf,ase    on    bond.    ’of    the    county    attorney July IO in the duplex apartment America for demonstrations to in these cases in tin* many in: word of renewed rioting in Sayles-    slaying occurred at Ma/- ;    ____+ of Hazel Brown, cook last year    counteract sales efforts in which    which    no hope is    held of .ocat-    Ville, where scores    of    persons    t|e|d»s    jlome    near Bebee on the in Neal’s fraternity    house.    the    Italian.    British    and    French    im.    principals    or witness*-.    {have    been gassed,    injured or    in„    of    \URUSt    14    after    May-! Evidence snowed she had ~one governments were pictured as co- Judge McKeel is anxious tolwounded by gunshot in recent    -    another    son    of    the    slain    I ther** to take a quack remedy in operating.    get final disposition of ihesejdays, Governor lueodore Francis    ‘    ^ Lamar, had had a an effort to    prevent moth* rhoo»i.    I ren< **. Lammed.    I Mer re    and Fe-    cas«*s on the record. The office | Green issued a proclamation or-    earlier*    in the (lav. The stat** (son tended furl lier Ital    \lx j>n Dont wen* t«* I**- heard dur-    of the county attorney will co-1 dering all persons in    the    vicinity    s    ‘    _____ _______ k1i«* died ut    shock resulting from    tin* afternoon.    operate bv iielping t<* determine of th** Sayles Finishing plants to    Orange Calif__Whilte Grant j    ” in Winn r«s« th,, -.at.- bas a.,v|dU|..-rs,. al once aud go i.taceably    (;o(1(llcks;n sU.pt    in bis auto.no-1    MrAl.KSTKR.,    S«pt.    .. ^    unuss.    un-    .......    ()n gtr,k(. ni,Kju havc resorted in rluiiK-r OI . curing a convicilonito their homes.    bile thieves stole $28    in cash Tw0 c.0.n.vlclc‘’ 8’ y ™,. ,    ".I    I    '.    /"Ti r,'p,'al ", ! ° *|a,llV! sabotage, but these were quickly nr of bringing before th** courti It was pointed out that the from bis pockets, both bumpers and kidnaped a stat*, s ('in* mb evidence for fair trials. I proclamation was not a nee I ara-    --- Maili Have Moved Avihq Bion of martial law', hut was is-Moving away of many families. I sued to relieve national guards-death of many individuals who]men of any civil responsibility for appeal was taken by tile other Bu* gaiety of the hist night out. .banks in the suit, the district' I}> midnight all was quiet court withheld a sufficient * hen. in Hie low-hanging and t amount to make full payment to dense fog of the early morning et    iki    dieoet    ov    0*1    IULA an attempted criminal operation. Young Myers, who testified h* fled after l»is sweetheart died in his arms because Ii** feared disgrace’* for lite family, declared Ii** had nothing to do wit Ii the girl s attempt to balk maternity, Instead, he insisted, he opposed iii** idea aud tried nVeat* dly to marry her. hut she refused. II, surrendered after a three-weeks* fiigiit to face the murder charge. Now, if he is freed, ne intends to re-enter the university here. Th* actions of Mrs. Brown at the death seem* were brought into tin* trial repeatedly, allium- ■’ sh** deni***! she aided any at at abortion, and declared s lowed the -Sri to come t* house only because she "< n't put her out." M vers, however, testified LEGION INSTALLS GOARD, ESGAPE </P) I the appellants in event of a reversal and distributed the remain-1 der prorata. i Created by law shortly after : statehood, to guarantee th posits in state banks, th** fund becalm storm, disaster came. Fire broke out in the library— its origin was still a mystery, although some survivors said lightning struck the ship. In Havana, there were reports dock workers were witnesses or defendants, bas j damages to life or property that cut down til** number that can.might be caused iii toe perform- I rom ms pocKeis, oui ii uumpeis — - ,    ■    , fro,., bi, automobile, a spar., 'ire ^ and «*£*> and a wheel, horn, radiator cap. *    y    *    * coat, sweater, set of tools, and a tie clasp so that motions to dis-1 alice of their duties. New officers were installed at th** regular meting of the local he tried Legion post Tuesday night. Pal l”is* the others are to be **x.»«ct-Noe countv treasurer of Semi and ’he record satisfied. nob* countv. arter as installing For the more recent cases in officer. OI lu r Legion officials y>- which evidence, witnesses and desisting him were Claude Bates fondants are still available. Die of Wewoka and Earl Taylor.    ran    set    th.    cases    oyer    on    a' <tistriot exertive committeeman '™"    fo''    ,al“r    attention. )n.(l of Konawa, a number of visitors , -jj. were present from other posts-her Offic«*rs installed wa r**: mid- C- D. Unsell, post commander; (’arl Bort man. first trice comman that der; L. C. McKay, second vie* the cook wa< alone in a bedroom commander; IL G. Howard, ad* with the *irl shortly before she jutant; Bill Cantrell, finance of-died, and that she emerged, fleer; Harold Constant, service nd officer* Street Davis, sergeant-at MEER, DIES I I Tom WftlnckdHv’** Oilily I M. Johnston, aged 82, die frightened, gave him $1" told him to run away to himself from disgrace. I .aw v **r Blame* Parent' NORMAN. Sept. K “Fathers and mothers where" were bls ated by a d attorn**'' at the Neal M> * t ■ der trial today for conditions such as those in which Marian Mills, 19-year-old University of Oklahoma beauty queen, died. “Do you twelve non want to know where th** blame is in ’l*’s case?” demanded J. A. Kin* lait, attorney and neighbor of tins vear-old student defendant. “UU tell you. Ifs with grown-ups. B’s with father mothers everywht save arms. Members who signed up fo* 1935 at the meeting were Cash. W. .1. Feats. Clyde Kaiser. Martin Hatchet. Oscar Hatchet v,,j y- etui Arthur Saxon. ._____M !«* i t -« 111 Ut Th(* crimes list«*d in the very human docket cover practically] ...    ________________ every category of lawbreaking,I this morning at the family home from murder to chicken stealing.'[p Ada. child    desertion    to assault with j Funeral services will    be    con- intent to kill, burglary, fals** pre- ducted tomorrow (Thursday) at tense,    arson,    harboring    a    crimin-^ p. rn. from the    Freewill Banal.    using    obscene    language,    offer-    n.st church in tin*    southwest part ing    to bribe an    officer, maintain- of the CRyf j;ev. J. W.    Ragland ing    a    gambling    nuisance, driving J officiating. while drunk and others.    j    Deceased is survived by his I wife, seven daughters    and    two {sons as follows; Mrs.    Ida    McKinney. Clinton;    Mrs. Pearl 'Sprague, Pauls Valley; Mrs. I Lei a Clement. Asher; Mrs. Jo.-io {Pugh, Oakland, Cal.,    Mrs.    Ota Miller, Francis, Mrs. Clemmie ■Reed. Ada, Mrs.    Myrtle Cloud, .ii lUU lie Time For Seed Loan Requests ! C..Ho,r”fKihirs0,N«,r>.rfrn,^Kln^, wew°k« 0. F Johnston. Arts. Closes Oct. 15 to September I was    |and W.lham L. Johns,on cd bv the census bureau todaj(    ”    .    .    .. to have totaled 1,397,886 running' Deceased was one of the rapid* Farmers in the drouth area Ixtles, including round bales, as;ly. thlnninS ranks of pioneers will liave until October 15 to half bales, compared with l,.396.-:wh® came to this country in im 21- make application for loans for 129 running bales a year ago.;<arly days and aided in transmit* purchast* of w inter seed such and 865,1*;<» hales two years j forming it into the prosperous us as wheat, barley, rye and Simi- ago.    j    region    it    afterward    became.    Re ind jar crops.    Ginnings    to    Sep. I by states located in Ada in 1*0*. the >(ar Til is information was    released    (with    comparative figures to the    the    first railroad built    through. “We    don't talk to our c I Id n ii    by the farm credit administra-* same    date a year ago in par-    and    was for a number    of years about lites** things. W« real tlon today. The    closing date an- entbests) follow;    tin    business iiere.    He had    lived boys and girls and we never, tell flounced earlier    was September Alabama. 58.190,    (90,673); gin    this section at ail earlier    date. them the fundamentals of iif“. 15.    I    Arizona. 6.453. <216»; Arkansas,. having lived at old McGee, near \V** just hope and pray that In the opinion of tin* mdminis-’ 58,758, (5,1611;    Florida,    6,709, the present site    of Stratford, Im somehow they'll muddle through,    tration, after October 15 there (K.4D>>; Georgia,    125,715;    (238-.fore locating in    Ada. “Society, says th** state pro -    should he no occasion for further 886); Louisiana,    93,730,    <47.-1 Mr. Johnston    was a good citi- cutor. has been    outraged. This is    loans for toe purchase    of seed    136);    Mississippi 82.432,    ( 4 5,    zen    and his influence was always a very    product    of the omission*    for winter pasture.    |s56t;    Oklahoma, 13,830. {3,5491    {exerted on the side of    law and of society."    I For that reason, those desiring)South Carolina, 4.505, f51.2711:{order. Rinehart also flayed th* -ta ■ ’<> make application for such seed . Texas. 936.287. (902.951 ); MIS* for trying to s. .id a “schoolboy’* loans should do    so on or before Uouri, 7,953, < 2); all    other state?,    Greater returns    for the amount «    i    .i    .    i -    I o *» ii j    1 ft» r \    I    invoctoH    _    VpW8    SRI    fiftu    AuS. to prison for the ma’ernitv de uh ^Octol»**r 15, 3 UM, *1.975). {invested — News Classified Ads. PRIMARY SUMMARY WASHINGTON, Sept. 12.— (/Pi -Returns from yesterday’s primaries show; Arizona—Senator Henry F-Ashurst and (iov. B. IL Moue.7 in the lead for the democratic senatorial and gubernatorial nominations, r e s p ec t i velv; Representative Isabella Greenway re-nominated. Colorado—Gov. Edwin C-Johnson ahead of Miss Josephine Roche in the race for the democratic gubernatorial nomination. Louisiana—Senator Huey P. Long s candidates won in two congressional, and New Orleans city contests. Michigan —Arthur J. Lacy, Detroit attorney, heading Gov. William A. Comstock for the democratic gubernatorial nomination. Frank A. Picard, dem-cratic selection to oppose Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg. New Hampshire—H. Stiles Bridges, republican, and John L. Sullivan, democrat, chosen to run for governor in November. Vermont — Senator Warren R. Austin, republican, nenomi-nated for the senate, to oppose democratic selection. Kred C-Martin. Washington — Lewis IL Schwellenbach ahead of tile democratic Held for the senatorial nomination; Reno Odliu far in tile laed for the republican nomination. South Carolina — Olin D-Johnston nominated by democrats over Cole L. Bleaae for governor. Delaware Democrats nom! nated Representative Wilbur Adams for senate. prison |n 1923* Seven years later, the at i torney general, upon direction of uard, was Die governor, filed suit for liqiti-sliot in tile neck and taken in tile ■ elation in district court here. At prison mail truck to a point six (bat time the fund contained i miles west of the prison on High- j $214,057 in cash; $149,621 in way 270, where the convicts left liberty bonds, and other securities him in the truck and seized an- anfj frozen assets and doubtful other motorist whose name was j notes amounting to $1,50",OOO. not known, driving away in his],*npaid warrants against the car.    .    {guaranty fund totaled $1,200,000. Tile convicts, Danvil Chastain |    *pb*» attorney estimated that (I Itnit PooGi 1)0til s8F\in^ long oKmii t twit* nnot nr ♦ ivont*u «»-»* *en distribut-non-appealing and Burt Pope, Dot Ii serving long    about    7    per    cent    of    the cash and terms for murder in Jackson    bonds    already    had    it* county, were being taken from the j . ro /    . prison brick yard to the office    I    banks. when both drew pistols.    j       * Guard Askew was shot without i warning and the trusty truck    j driver was forced to drive on. Askew, who did not have a ! chance to use his own pistol, was not believed critically wounded. 1 Prison authorities said they (lid not know how the convicts obtained the pistols CUTTLE BUYING NII sabotage, lint these were quickly denied. At 3:23 a. ut. (E. S. T. > cann th** Ut int word of horror: “S. O. S.! S. O. S.! Morn Castle . . . afire 20 miles south of Scotland lightship.” It was only a few miles to tin south, but a year ago, that tile giant, airship Akron, riding through a similar storm, plunged into tile ocean. Once again, tile ocean was claiming its own. I Wireless stations, their operators alert, waited wit it tenseness for further word. in a few seconds, the Morro Castle’s wireless {crackled through the storm, repeating tile S. O. S. vvitli this terse, ominous message: . . Fire just outside radio room . . .” I Then there was no more. Fire Spreads (Juiekly t Forward and aft tile library, the flames seared their way. Pas* I OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 12. ](/P)—The government’s cattle buy ___________________ _ ling program will be continued,    sage ways on the upper decks were despite improved pastures, Dr.    quickly transformed into infernos. L. J. Allen, bureau of animal ( Members of the crew, quickly husbandry official, said today, aroused, spread the alarm. They i There still is a shortage of feed, dashed about the decks, bursting {he added.    in. cabin windows. Passengers I Cattle now is being bought in who had opened doors, only to COOPERTOWN, N. Y., Sup. .. | a][ counties except Seminole and find themselves shut off from pas-</P>—Kissing    each    other    good ; Logan. Last week 63,968 head    sageways, jumped through the bye,    Mrs.    Eva    Coo    and    MrsJ were purchased. The total bought    windows. Decks soon were Martha    Clift    separated    today,    the    to date is 252,207, and    stock-    crowded. former    to    be    driven    to    Sing    Sing    J ,nen and farmers in the    state    The flames raged at their worst to awaP execution and Ute latter | have vbeen paid $2,798,868.    on t,le port side. Only two life- to Imprisonment at Bedford Hills;    ^    —    boats could be lowered, prison for women.    COOKSON HILLS RAIDED On the starboard side the crew put six more boats overboard, MIS KOO KH. Sept. 8.—    (Pl —    To relohtlu!    '/U'd I, ?,'/!/, 'n/ I Seven men. one of them a    deputy    senders had to    fl»ht through I e sheriff, faced federal    lh,nor    •»•«<*.    «»    helvv charges here today as the result blinding smoke The heavy Mrs. Coo was convicted of the murder of Harry Wright, an" Mrs. Clift pleaded guilty to participation in the crim*. Mrs. Coo. 47. and Mrs. Clift, 28, were both in t**ars. Two other friends off *he condemned inn keeper, Gladys Shumway and day by federal Edna Hanover, also .vee pi it/ watched from the second floor of the jail. | Mrs. Clift, Gladys Shumway and Edna Hanover testifier! against Mrs. Coo. Mrs. Coo also bade goodbye to Harry Nabtnger. nor lover, who yjalso testified against her. i I 11 d I U N I II Iv IDU (IV CA?' cliv U * ut    .    r»l*rt <i of a raid through the Cookson weather forced the amoke down Hills of Cherokee county yester- 1<,w, oveI 'he ship as f a shroud. '.....nutritives and Some members of the crew said countv officer*    if al1 ha(1 beeu order,y 011 board* They were Julius Porter. SO.'the passengers would have been Beggs, a Cherokee county deputy; j saved without loss of lf/ >'■ Will Drew; James Tailor; John ;th«' -if^t hands    mw per- Hut!son; George Estes; John En- sons hulked at glehright; and Itohert Hei.dricks. brave the flame T lovd tslev 16 canturcu in deck. the same raid, was released with j    l*l<* l’/*" paL'e's' No a lecture.    ! (Continued on Page 8, No. 2) ;

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