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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV TO LIGHT GnTJM BILLS Money and Gun Cleverly Con- cealed in Garaije at Haupt- mann Home IHDICTMENTfiETUBNED Grand Jury Charges Extortion; Col. Lindbergh Amonr; Last Witnesses Heard NEW YIHJK. Sept- Ilriino Uicbard llaupti..iinn. un employed German carp'-nti ally In this coui.trv. was Indicltd by a Mronx county .rr.inl jury loday on a charge of extortion as t'he receiver of tin- SiO.oiiO Col. Charles A. Llndb.-rgb paid two and a half years a- In an Iniieffectiial effort lo r.in.-im HH kidnaped son. The Indictment was within three hours afte.- Col. j Lindbergh had appeared hefo-i: Ihe grand jury mid lold bis iiwn story of tin- ran.-oiu n-co- llations conducted If. I John F. Condon, llronx and the of Ihe ramo'n efforts. Tin- irue bill -oa'ahn--! but one count, alleging of Ihe ransom p.iynn nt. While Col. Lindbergh was be- fore the jury, police illsm.intl'.ig Haiiptmann's garage n'-'i.' llronx home found JSIo -.I'il.lly rolled and sniffed In dril- led In a two-by-four. Tlu money was rushed to the lironx building, taken before ll.e grand Jury and District Attorney r-am- j lief J. Foley said all of It bad I been Identified as Ll'i ransom money. Post Office News inninK Monday Lobby Open 24 Hours n Day. Elevator Job Open Hi-ginning next Monday, tlclo- In-r 1. tin- Ada postofflce lobby will cease to Twenty-four hours a day si rvlcc will be Install- ed, so far as ar-cesslblllty lo the boxes Is coiif-enied. Heretofore tin- lobby hin been closed for a few hours each ululit. J. W. Lewis, poslmaster, aiso announces thai there is lo be a position as elevator operator. Any one wanting to apply for the Job can get blanks or i.ther infor- mation Hi the posloffice. Appli- cations must be ill Ill-tore .October 15. ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1934 ACCUSED IN NATION'S WORST CRIME NUMBER 26 General Says Under New Setup Of Organization His Position Will Be Superfluous PRESIDlfCOROIflL Resignation and Acceptance Express Cordial Feeling Between Two Men Judge Holds Act Unconsti tufionnl: Will Go to Su- preme Court WASHINGTON, Sept. farm mortgage moratorium j by congress] land approved by the president, iai'ild argument over constltullon- apparently was bead- led for a supreme court test. The amendment to the national bankruptcy act was held uncon- stitutional yesterday In a linding Jiy a fulled States district judge. W. Calvin Chestnut, at IlalUmore One of tlie co-aulhors of th'.1 amendment. Senator I-'razler (H.. N. D.I was on record, even be- fore the Chestnut ruling, as be- 11 lievlng an early decision would Ihe requested of the supreme court. The disirict court decls- WASHINGTON. Sept. 2fi.--t.T) The bird that was ii; Ibe i flames of Hugh S. Jolmno.rH sonallty spread Its wliig.t for a i new flight today, but Mi.-r.' will be no General Hugh Jo'insou 10 bark answer to the Shall the IJliie Ea-jl-s tly lo the right or to the The NltA admlnlstninr ped out last night I" i.ik.- I'.i-t place In the history Cor- dially, he wrote to 1'rei'i l.-nt 1 Uoosevelt at Hyde I'ark that, with the reorganization of NliA bis job would be sup'-rfluoiM." Calling him "Dear Hugh" aid praising his services highly, Mr. j Roosevelt accepted t'-e resigna- tion, which Is effective October 15. Iloth letters spoke of "new duties" for Johnson in the r'.-w deal In the future. Tbe president returned to Washington today wltri plans for a new NRA setup. They tall tor Important changes In tin: recov- ery unit's machinery and. In the opinion of many observers. In Its policies also. OF OUT BY FEDERAL COURT Judge Vaught Holds Void Por- tion of Oil Code Control- ling Production HNGETofSTATES Holds Congress Without Power To Regulate Purely Intra- Business LEE 101B TJKE DILUGER PAL SHOT 10 DEATH T OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. one-man campaign to "lake the profits out of war." Is being conducted by Josh Lc-e. democratic congressional nominee from the fifth district. Lee has completed a speaking tour ot 21 Missouri county al every one ot which resolu- tions attacking war profits and urging conscription of "money and materials as well us men" were adopted. He said a three weeks cam- paign In Arkansas had been ill- ranged by the Arkansas State Teachers association and that In: had been Invited to speak next month before tho American Le-1 COLUMIUJS. O.. Sept 22. glon national convention at Ml-'Charles Makley. Dllllnger gang- r.t... slur, was shot lo death In an Lee also has written every i abortive break, today Just as War- i state departmenl urging that join In the campaign. Charley Makley Slain and Harry Pierpont Wounded, In Escape Attempt USEOWGUNS Guards Not Awed by Weapons Shoot Quickly With Deadly Effect GET Ml L Can Borrow 12 Cents Per Pound nnd Hold Cotton For Sale Later Itlanks can now be secured for Tlm ill! U let attorney Mild upon dismissal of pe- llauptmanii had admliied tin j minus nied by two .Maryland money was tin-re and .-uKi it was I farmers looked ui'on as part of approximately t.MKO UtartlnK the case aloiiK the route entrusted to bis care by I to the court. Klsch. bis foniier assoclat-1 In tin1 president Koosevelt. when la- fur business, while Fibril went tln> Frazler-Leinke bill, to Kurope. Flsrb died In  r author of Ihe measure, said attorney said Haiiptinann ..Isoiln discussing the decision told him In- wouldn't find any this particular .-veil "If .011 lenrjls very corporation-minded." the IIOUM- down." Whether tin .Minify Tnken In (.rnnil -liii'y -posed to take Police dismantling Ih- (In- court test of tin man gnraui- did no', wait To-.- ajwas not madi check Hi" money, but liiimeijl-'ly. ately rushed It and the revolvrl to the ISronx county 'i-iibliir.-. where It was taken bef-ir" Ibe grand .ii.ry Investlgatlii1.: the ex lortln-.- can- Hniiii'manii alleged receiver of Ibe Srn.OnO' Lindbergh ransom. Pri-vloiiM.- police had found of ransom not'-s In I'n- same garag" Afler Col. Lindbergh .ind fin- isln-d l-'.s lesllmony .ind tin- grand jury recessed for Imn-ii'-on. lllslrlel Attorney saiiiin-l T. Fo-, ley. nf tin llronx, dlsclo: (hat the seiial numbers on some of the bills found today bad been checked and Hi" nuun-.v was foiiinl to be part of th, r.insoni tax law. came out openly payinenl made by Col. Lludhergh. .j-ahist the levy, decrying It as "I can I'-ll yon now." I'nb-v enemy of the masses." "thai tin- money foiin I lo- "The present sales tax is low Clinuues CiiinloK Soon j What the chances In.lii'itry. labor nnil consumers ".ill over ihej fulled Stall's are waitlni? to hear. There Is every   frame I policies, another uroup of rem -t-ls 'to do the ncttial adinlnlsii -rlnu. with judicial transfer- red probably Id the Justice ;le- parlmeiit. Whether the reslitii -tloi: of .lobnson means that th-.- recov- ery unit Is veering rowan! "ilb- erallsin" or toward "conserv.i- tlsm" only the future can say i exactly. Johnson was consider! d (farther "to the rlcht" than .-ome rich and jollier hlsh officials. plen- Oklahoma of criticism came Ins an Increase i WiIJ. the couservativ ramp. general one perl Some Labor Lenders I'leiiM-d was sounded to-{ Some labor Incl'idl-ic OKLAHOMA CITY, fiopt. "orderly development' clause of the NltA code for tho oil Industry was held unconsti- tutional today by Federal Judge i Edgar S. Vaughl when he denied' an Injunction sought by the gov- ernment against tho Eason Oil company of Enid. This court Is of the opinion that that portion of the code which Is Involved In this case was not even authorized or con- templated by the act ot congress] and would be clearly unconstltu-1 tlonal If It had been, and Is therefore merely an unauthorized order of the secretary of Ihe In- Vaught said. "If congress can regulate andj control the production of oil and! Igas wholly within a state, It can application for loans of l. regulate and control any other Impound on 19.14 cottoi private Intrastate business, and The blanks are J the rights of the state heretofore1 any bank In Ibe com y an nt recognized by the constitution and the Choctaw Cotton Oil company This man. pracllcal.y without aid. conceived and carried out the most lending Is cone sp hocking crime In recent history-kidnaping and saying of Cities tlrer> 8 by a farmer getting his money al Augustus Lindbergh. and federal agents charge. He Is t k a once. Tho lending Is not an op- llnino IMcharl llauplmann, 116. former German army machine sun- btcreury as o )jiit ft ner. an alien unlawfully in the U. S., arriving 11 years ago as a Becomes Test Case i straight loan on the cotton. stowaway. A carpenter, he has admitted that be worked near tnc wag flm courl h, the pos Lindbergh estate, and told conflicting stories after Ills arrest about' t or to cllforcy. his possession of ransom money. 'order against a company for re- jfusal to cooperate In a plan for (development of an oil field. I Douglas Arunt, chief counsel of (the oil administrator, said the jsult Involved one of the funda- mentals of the general program to prevent tho wasto' of oil by Day by Day Happenings in Pontotoc County Oil Fields I Hauptmunn, arrested In the Lind- bergh kidnaping case, had writ- ten a code loiter to an Ohio I convict revealing Ihat ho Intend- >ed to kidnap the Lindbergh baby. i Where Dllllnser successfully, 'made his way out ot Crown Point. Ind., Jail last spring by cowing a guard, with a pistol' fashioned of wood. Plcrpnnt anil Makley wore unsuccessful In at- tempting to bluff Ohio prison guards with weapons made from- soap. Tho weapons, those who saw them said, were "perfect tmlta-' tlons" of a .32 calibre revolver and un automatic pistol. More than a dozen'shots worn" fired by prison guards who rush-- ,ed to the L-block. where con- Idemned prisoners are housed, In response to an alarm sounded by Guard John T. Jones, who sunsod the attempt at a break as soon an he saw the two prisoners their cells and In the cage sur- rounding thu L-block. Warden I'reston K. Thomas ,hnd summoned a group of nuwu- .an (ind small cam- to tell them of a Up In hi; can sell It and ,ho Lindbergh kidnaping cnso. session of the borrower until he Bells It, and If 'the price above the loan Ing charge ll-'niiii lliill.T> lUOO 'excessive drilling and production, slide for him to retain possession feet Around' the lohby of, Secretary Ickes last summer until later markets Aldr'ld-e hotel, where dust- approved u plan recommended by prices than now pro- of Interested Individuals are operators. holdlng_ the majority vall  live principal points on the program wore: A loan value of 55 cents, In- stead of 45, us In last year's pro- gram. The maturity date of June ISIiri- I That holders of the notes may, I If they wish. caU the loans whllo to the war- that he be Riven The warden disre- garded the first note but r-hctl the prisoner sent another, ho cou- ferred with the prisoner. The prisoner the warden wild. Informed him that tho letter was written 111 a code devised by Hauptmann and (hut ll could bo read by skipping every other word. Head thusly. tho note said: "Will kidnap Lindbergh baby." After the code letter was do- OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 22.- total of the money. A phonograph was ta'len f.'oni tin- Hauptmann home to '.lie ills- tricta ttorney's olfic- aii'l Cl-arles lirodle. '-I i-'f cl-r'; t'> j tin- P.ron-; ili-lricl In believed two >i'n ransi M bud bei-n fo'.iin! in it l l.lndbeigb While dramatic nieiits weer taking ;.t '.'n1 i II.iiiI'lr.K'.nn home Col. A. father (if lln- naped ami slain baby, before the grand Jury to (--11 iiis story of Ibe negotiations Tor 'be; ransom of hN kidnaped son two, and a half years auo. He was in the county buihlinu ".n m-.nii'e.-' ll wa> reporled that h .id-1 ually spent 17 b'-fon- the: juiy. Within three minutes after he] arrived In the crowded stu-'-t in j front of the county building, with its unusually II'MVV jiollc" lieiaii of --ome L-oi. officers, the colonel bad ridden In a public, .-i'-vamr Ibnl hud been reserved fo: him to the eighth floor of the 1 ilil'l- Ing. Here there were some po- licemen on duty and they foriu-d a double line fur tlie fln-r his short walk from the elevator to ihc door of the grand jury cham- ber's ante-r'iom. As the colonel and hi- com- panion. Col. H. Norraan Schwarz- kopf, head of the New J.-r.--i y state police walked alonu. the liolicemen fell in bel.lml tlnm and formed an effective luii-'u-r to any approach. Lindbergh lin- medlalely entered .lie grriMi j-ity ante-room. The police guard was so rigid that a slmrl time 1-uer Inspector John J. Lyons hail ilif- (Contlnued on Pane NO. Intion of a bi-ln-r rale liicom tax. designed to obtain the bulk of stale (axes from the "rich and powerful." SLIGHTLY REDUCED The national allowable crude oil production for October was sel to- day by Secretary Ickrs at SIMI barrels daily, a decrease from the bar- rels permitted In September. The normal seasonal decline in gasoline consumption and tin- need for continuing lo reduce cx- cessive gasoline Inventories were given as the reason lor Ihc reduc- tion. The allowable for Texas was cut barrels daily to a total Of California to 452 "00: Oklahoma to 157.- 400; and Michigan lo 2'.i.oOO. I The Increases Included: Arkan- sas fniO baireU to "O.HOO; Kansas to and Louisiana '1.100 to i Allowables for other producing stales were not changed. Secretary of Labor Donald Ulchherg. jibe national emergency both of whom had a sharp dN- agreement with Johnson, been more closely connecle.l wilh I labor or we'Tare work. Sonu ob- servers thought they saw signifi- cance In the fact that it wns Johnson who went out and they. i On the other hand, Tler'inrd M. Munich, prominent financier-! economist and close associ.il" of Johnson's and Gerard Swope. head of General Eleclrlc. have been mentioned as ap- pointees of the poliry-form- Inu- board. U Is recalled lb-.it It was Johnson himself who sug- gested that NRA be rt'led -by a board, Against any theory that the administration might be to the left, there was the nssili- ance ot Secretary Holier that tin new deal would safeguard Indi- vidual Initiative. In a spe'.-eh In Cincinnati last night. Ihe com- merce head -Mill there was no thought of In McClaln county, was reported today at feet. It Is to be a Wllco.x teat. ll'riini Miniluj'n IHlllv) Over a widening area tlie John needed money tlon for Judge Vauglil. In paroling the Vaught commented for an opera- the girl loll girl, Judge be believed I'erlM'isanil I Completion of a good producer director nf here would extend the Pitts Held miles to the east and south and set olT outlier burst of drilling, HO that the well is being walcheil with keenest interest as It drills Flits oil and gas area con- steadily ahead' toward the form-j to. hold the attention "of the Ok-.of the offense. She will report allons It will test. lahoma oil Industry, being to the federal Early this afternoon the well nlzed at present as the leading ;offlcer not'was reported to have reached (Continued on Pago 8, No. 3) 'corn Is at or above 85 cents on ciphered, the warden Iw ihu Chicago market. took the prisoner east when tho A requirement for the borrower cmivlct told him "my only Inter- to take out primary Insurance U8t to save the life of tho child covering fire, lightning and wind- It to Its parents." storm. At that time the warden know Old .corn, stored In temporary nothing of Hauplniann or his poa- or unsuitable cribs will not be nc- connection with the case, cepted for loans. while In the Newtrk, N. J.. In addition, the administration station, the re- announced com must he number 4 n maii and a woman atowl near the Ohio prisoner and ap- peared to seek to communlcatb with him. The guards stopped this and later the pilsoner told the warden the man was Haupt- mann; Today a picture of Hauptmaun. contin.ies she did not realize the seriousness III report probation and her 20-year-old Oil Field Highway Being Rushed Modern Highway Being Constructed Through Rough Country Into Heart of Fills Oil Field "complete abolition of the 'old of u mile nc order1 of our economic and iocl.il Hyrds Mill If you do mil think that Is a real highway the cooperating uronp is building Into the oil lields, then go down and look at It for yourself. Most of the. work for a mile and a half has been finished and one can get an idea of the type of construct- ion. Tbe highway leaves No. 4S at Klttstown. If you don't know .where Flttstown Is, It Is about a of u mile north of tin; creek. The rock, cement and other perma- nent material. Tlie road Is a cooperative SAY corro.v I.KAVKS VAI.l'AHLK AS KOKAdK (highway goes east i the section line Just until It strikes merce. has taken the lead In ting right of way, getting different phases of the road proved as FERA projects, and other such matters. Babe Davis, county commissioner from that district, bus furnished his ma- chinery and bought the tile for the the culverts. The girl and her _ boy friend. Wllturd Sallee, also of Chlldress, were arrested August 28. beneath a bridge near Hollls whure Slaughter had been told to leave the money. Sallee was freed of complicity. Jane Anne Slaughter. 15, WIIK Injured at the world's fair In Chi- cago more llmr. a year ago. suffer- ing paralysis which kept her from school hist year and forced her to deliver her junior hlghschool vale- dictory from a Dallas hospital bed, by radio. She Is attending this year In a wheel chair. ar corn or heller, and wild the standard of measurement would be 21 cubic feet per bushel, us last year. The new loan program super- sedes the announced extension nf loans to January 1, No old loans will be extended beyond October 15. the administration said, but borrowers may pay their old loans and tbe corn under the new program. Loans will be made In Colo- rado, Illinois. Indiana, Iowa, Kan- sas, Minnesota. Missouri, Nebras- ka, Ohio, and South Dakota. west of An- COLI.KC.K STATION. Texas. Sept. cotton plant iualies a beneliclal forage so says Dr. G. S. Kraps. state chem- ist' and chief of the division of chemistry at the Texas agricul- tural experiment station here. "The ureen leaves, when he explains, "have a food vain-' to that of alfalfa hay; th-1 stalks, that of cottonseed hulls.' home, and then ._....... to the north of Harden's getting on better elevated land and getting a bet- ter approach to the bridge that will be built across the creek. As ystem. .loliiiMin Slnrts l-'lunl Johnson, soldler-economlst-'.aw- Hardin's year who In a few short around re-palnlid the whole plctur" rf American Industrial relations, beaded by to the capital lo-l'iy to study his records so he c.in make a final report. When he steps out flr.all "Hobble.'1 Is expected to ._.. him. -nobbie" (Miss Frances to those of any mod- lioblnsoii) became, like her bosa.ern state highway. Concrete and Idol a nation figure during culverts are being put In. and added, making the road all-sea (CniiflniKMl on I'mse II. Xo. 1) 'the bridge will constructed ot.xon type. the highway Is to go on to Jesse and Ilurrow valley, opening a big fanning area to mark- ets, the road Is not only of ser- vice to the oil field but will be one of the most Important farm to market roads In the county. B. E. has cooperated Will IJUH I The right -of way Is 100 feet In furnishing men and otherwise I anil the highway Is being helping the matter along In his with'constructed on engineering lines capacity In the FERA set-up As work soon as Ihe construction Is finished, gravel will be OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. executive order by Gov- Murray continuing until Dec. his order remitting penalties on all delinquent taxes other tltnn ad valorem levies, due prior to June 1, Issued yesterday. The order remits pen- alties on Income, gross product- ion, corporation, license, Inherl tance, gasollno and gross receipt taxes. The governor declared voiding the penalties would encournpi prompt payment of principal, h believed. Denier, was uliown to ihe prison- er by the warden and a depart- ment of Justice agent. The pris- oner, the warden said, declared "that Is the man." As the warden got to this point In Ills glory an alarm bell sound- ed and within a few seconds Ihu prison was In an uproar. Ouurds rushed about with guns, shots resounded In the "L" cell block, the death house, where ,were housed the Dllllnser gang- sters. News men fell over each 'other getting to telephones. Applications may be filed for, Among those present was It. P. he position of Janitor-engineer Cronln. Jr., Ohio bureau chief or the federal building until Oc- a[ The Associated Press. Evei ober 11. according to J. W. before Cronln knew what was go- After that jug on he had telephoned his of- wlll be ac-.ilce and told them to get set for la big break. Within a few mln- In the mat- utes the prison telephone sound- Sumner In ed and Ihen came tho word. .ewls, postmaster, late no applications cepted. Any one Interested er should see Earl the post office for application ilanks or oilier Information con- cDrntng the position. The position pays well, Mr. Lewis says, and Is a good place for any one itonmm SVSPKIT IIKI.NC; "Pierpont and Makley tried to break and .were shot." The warden tucked away lila story on the Lindbergh case and. turned hU atentlon to. morn urg- ent things. It was hours beforo he resumed telling Iho strauso story of the Ohio convict vrhn ItKITHXMU claimed to have I knowledge of Ihu had valuablo Lindbergh kldr SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. i naplng. Stanley Uogers ofi (iunnlN Open Mre Oklahoma City and his deputy, -When the alarm sounded, all Ted Foster, left here today with; thu guards In the room nearest James M. (Cowboy) Hayes, the prison yard Immediately Brau- cbarged In a hank mes- bed their riot guns and ruuhCtt censer holdup In May. 102D. .through thu L-block steel Seattle authorities turned openlnR fire. Haves to Uongors despite Identi- Thomas Temple, a suard. Ired rioutlon of him as one of the eight shots. W. O. robbers of the Toll. WaMi. St..tc: other guard, fired four Hank last May. (Continued on Pago 8, No. 2)   

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