Ada Weekly News, September 27, 1934

Ada Weekly News

September 27, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 27, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIVADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1934 NUMBER 26 TO LIGHT FRESH Money and Gun Cleverly Concealed in Garage at Hauptmann Home INDICTMENT RETURNED Grand Jury Charges Extortion; Col. Lindbergh Aition" Last Witnesses Heard NEW YOUK, S* in. 26. -U*-Bruno Richard Hauj*t i. aim, un-4'tiiplov**d ('.••nunii carpent* ally in th is country, was i by a Bronx county -'ran today on a charge of extortion an the receiver of tho $ Col. Charta* A, Limit*. rjk two and a half years a? o Inneffectual effort to ran kidnaped son. Tin* indictment was r< within three hours aft* LlndWrgh had appeared I)* the grand jury and told then own story of th* ransom ii nations conducted ti iou * John F- Condon, Bronx and the “ Jafsie” of the efforts. The true hill ’ but one count, alleging of the $50,OOO ransom While Col. Li ndher u h fore the Jury, police dis Hauptmann’* garage n Post Office News Beginning Monday Lobby Open 24 Hours a Day, Elevator Job Open Beginning next Monday, Ooto-I ber I, the Ada postoffice lobby ■ will cease to clote. Twenty-four I hours a day s* rviee will he install-j ed. so far as accessibility to the I box* s is concerned. Heretofore th* lobby ha- been closed for a i f< w hours each night, J. W. Lewis, postmaster, also I announces that th* re is to be a I position as elevator operator. Any lone wanting to apply for the job can get blanks or other intor- ■ illation at the postoffice. Applications must be in before .October I I 5. ACCUSED IN NATION’S WORST CRIME General Says Under New Setup Of Organization His Position Will Be Superfluous PRESIDENT CORDIAL Resignation and Acceptance Express Cordial Feeling Between Two Men a u rned Col. )efo”‘ rn his ll o* Dr. i .or ! Judge Holds Act Lnconsti-tufional; Will Go to Supreme Court Sept. 20. UPI WASHINGTON, Sept. 26.~-kP> The bird that was bjfti in the flumes of Hugh S. Johiiso.lbs per-, sonality spread its wings for a I now flight today, hut ‘Imre will j h«* no General Hugh Johnson to. bark answer to the question: "Shall the Blue Earl** fly to the right or to the left?" T ie NUA administrator supped out last night to take his! place in the history books. Cor-j dtally, lie wrote to Bren lent Roosevelt at Hyde Park that with the reorganization of NUA . ilia job would be superfluous.’’ j Calling him ‘‘Dear Hugh’* ai <1 ransom oataiih d ^vto't .on »ayin* ut. was bein ant I big '•ar nB igl sly s dril-inoney co.nit y ll I cl! WA SH INN, TON, .-.pi. z» -..ti praIglng service, l.lshly, Mr.; Tile far... mortice moratorium UoogeveW accepled H e resisna-auiendmeiit- -passed by congress t|on_ wf|,ch |g efft)c(lve 0ctober and ,,,proved by the P^sWen..    Qf    „n(iw amid ar -amen over cons I to    f()r Johnso„ „le ality—today apparently was head-    ..... led for a supreme court test. <*«*> ,he fmure. , The amendment to the national' The president returned    to I bankruptcy act was held ' stitutional yesterday in Slily a Toited States district judge, Bronx bonn* found $8 4e rolled and stuffed in hob led in a two-by-four. Tin was rushed to the Bronx hulloing, taken before the jury and District Attorney Samuel J. Foley said all of it had been identified as Lindb aga ransom money. The dbl riel attorney said Hauptmann had admit led th* money was there ami said it was part of approximately $11,boo entrusted to his care by I a lor Finch, his former associate in th** - national' int' III catur III trim lieu    j Id ancon-) Washington today wit a plans for a finding! a new NUA setup. They call for I LEE MEI! TIKE Judge Vaught Holds Void Portion of Oil Code Controlling Production INFRINGES ON STATES Holds Congress Without Power To Regulate Purely Intrastate Business OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. 24.— (.lh—A one-man campaign to ‘‘take the profits out of war.” is being conducted by Josh Lee, democratic congressional nominee from the fifth district. Lee has completed a speaking tour of 21 Missouri county seats, j at every one of which resolutions attacking war profits and urging conscription of “money and materials us well as men” were adopted. He said a three weeks campaign in Arkansas had been ar- ; ranged by the Arkansas State J Teachers association and that he j had been invited to speak next t month before the American Le Charley Makley Slain and Harry Pierpont Wounded In Escape Attempt USED FINE GUNS Guards Not Awed by Weapon* Shoot Quickly With Deadly Effect .._______ COLUMBUS,    O.,    Sept,    22.--RTI gion national convention    at    Mi-    Charles Makley, Dillinger gang- aim, Fla.    later, was shot to death In an Lee also has    written    every    ! abortive break today just as War- ... (state department    urging    that    den Preston E. Thomas was His- tutlonaI today by federal Judge,    ,    h    campaign.    closing to newsmen that Bruno Edgar    S.    Vaught    when    he    denied,    +    I    Hauptmann, arrested in    the    Lindon    injunction    sought    bv    the    gov- r a nR nrnn    Cl I III    MHI 11    I    bergh kidnaping case,    had    writ- IL    I nill    nil llnl    ten a code letter to    an    Ohio 111    Lmi«    I fill 11    I    convict revealing that    he intend ed to kidnap the Lindbergh baby. Where Dillinger successfully made his way out of Crown kl* Point, Iud., jail last spring by i    __ • cowing a guard with a pistol I > Cents Per fashioned of wood, Pierpont and Makley were unsuccessful iii attempting to bluff Ohio prison guards with weapons made from soap. The weapons, those who saw them said, were “perfect imitations” of a .32 calibre revolver OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 22.— bp)—The “orderly development” clause of the NKA code for the j oil industry was held unconstitutional today by Federal Judge Edgar S. Vaught when lie denied an injunction sought by tile gov-, *-ernment against the Eason Oil i L company of Enid.    J “This court is of the opinion j1 that that portion of the    codej which is involved in this    case was not even authorized or    con-j templated by the act of congress and would be clearly unconstitu-! n    R tional if it had been, and isj'“an borrow therefore merely an unauthorized j Pound and Hold Cotton order of the secretary of the in-1    p    c    i_    i    _.„r terior,’’ Vaught said.    I    1    or    oaie    Laier “If congress can regulate and!     - I control the production of oil and ! Blanks can now >e secure o. I gas wholly within a state, it can! application for loans of L cents ' Ca o ” 11 X/ I I J    I    I    ll    I    ll    CV O I CV iv f IV V- VA ti 'regulate and control any other Per pound on 1934 cotton.    tmnaiip    nUtol Drivate intrastate business and1 The blanks are available at and an automatic pistol, private intrastate Diisine.. ana    rountv    and at i More than a dozen shots were the rights of the state heretofore an> bank in me conn > ani 11 j    .    who    rush- -  —--- recognized by the constitution and the Choctaw Cotton Oil company,    t0    j,blocki    where    cou. important chance, In tho r«ov- j This man, practically without aid, conceivedl and carriedlout the most | arefy ^eifroyed.”0”' *    *    ‘‘"'j    The    lending    Is    cone    speedily,! detuned prisoners are housed, in .    .    i    •    .I    <shrw*kinii    clime    in    recent    history—kidnaping ami slaving or diaries    ,    - ery unit s machinery and, in the snocKin., uimc rn    _    i    »___ t    |    ThP    pinnae    wi erv unit s mummery ami, in nit- ------------- - ------ ,    ,•    a    r.    A    ,,,i    u,. nnininn of tninv nhwrvorv in its Augustus Lindbergh, Jr.—police and federal agents charge. He is OI ill ion OI man> Jl)i    ,      -in    fnrmor    riprm    ii    n    ariliv    niaclline    iilin- W. Calvin Chestnut, at Baltimore One of the eo-authors of th* ' amendment. Senator Frazier (R., j policies also 1 N. D. I was on record, even he-1    Changes    Coming    Soon fort- the Chestnut ruling, as be- what the changes ar- industry,    e8ta^"and    told    conflicting stories after his arrest about Inning an early decision would labor and consumers all over the Bi'iaoer,-!! esuue, a be requested of the supreme J ignited States are waiting to his possession ut ransom rn nc>. district court decis fur business. while to Europe. Fuseli di any last March. Foley qnoted th** stating to him “it i money which I now Lindbergh money.” attorney said Hauptmann told iiini In4 wouldn’t J iud Finch w< ut Myned J Sn (.en court. Th*1 district court decis-■    There    is    every    -ugli    the ion. based upon dismissal of Pe~ i president will anno.inee them titions filed bv two Maryland J shortly. Tile* new setup has taken fanners .was looked upon *s j form in the midst of terrific starting the case along the route to the high court. President Roosevelt, w ten ’n jlia.iidsoff policy; labor chieff, the Frazier-Lemke hill, pressure*. Many business leaders have been demanding more of a UUU I cue i <i i us....,    ...    ... Th<; clause was promulgated by a tanner getting his money at ,    Iohn    T Jp who gengod i Bruno Richard Hauptmann. US. former German army machine ^ uZTlJ Var s\ “ion J, some think bm a!»«e«Pt at a break aa soon aa lier, an alien unlawfully in the V. S., arriving 11 years ago as abator, last Slay SI.    IIon aa some in ,nn b u he 9aw „|e lw0 prisoners outside A carpenter,    he    baa    admitted    that he worked near the]    Thp Becomes^'1«* 0»e    co,tom    posJ    their ce,l8 and    in the cage aor- test of authority to enforce the session of the borrower until he j harden Preston F Thomas ^ i order against a company for re- Fells it. and if Hie price rises had summoned a ~roul] of news-jfusal to cooperate in a plan for above the loan and small carn-j .,apernien to tell them of a tip in ! development of an oil field.    ing cliarge he can sell it and    Lindbergh    kidnaping    case. I Douglas Arant, oilier counsel of benefit from the difference.    jjie reporterg were seated in the -,.,1 jth« ?u administrator, said the This lending arrangement per-, wiirden-3 ar(ice when the alarm ilil    Lift Inc    sult involved one of the    fumla-    niits a    farmer to get some    cash    ... sountied I    OntOtOC    LOUniy    UU    rieiub    mentals of the general program    immediately    on his cotton    md I    The Lindbergh ~    to nrevent the waste of    oil by    of tlivi    eamo    tinio nuibcu it    AIK- Day by Day Happenings in letter about prison* - as part of the know {'J !MS The district Iso iii *iiscussing th*4 decision that ny “apparently this particular court some of them crying for Johnson’s scalp, have been seeking renter strength for worker*, a I From Tliur*««ln>** iniilyX Magnolia No. I 30-hour week and the riuht to in th** southeast agreed it vcas loosely worded in some respects and would have to he strengthened by subsequent, amendments.    in    initiate    code changes; others have one location north Representative Lemke, the otlv, denouncing “mononolv” and No. 2 Cradduck a..r..........             -    .... **r author of tin* measure, sai«ii44 .    r«v in it ”    *    and one east of the recently has been eagerly sought.    administrative    board,    providing oui.. II ., broad**! omlln.-s so completed gusher. Delaney et al    On the west side of the area, that one well should be drilled r... 1,'ive been liln‘«d lie Mr No. A-1 Cradduck .today was re- ihe Magnolia No. I Cradduck in in tile center of each 10-aeie more mosey even “if .<»u tear is very corporation-minded. par nave o* en mn » ny . ■    {(j    jU    }    jm2    feet this 24-2-h has halted at 4.416 feet tract unless a specific exemption; the house down.”    Whether    the    corporations prs-;    ^    J:    **    ,    fp,lm    morning    to test the lower Hunton and the were granted.    j .Mone« Taken lo Grand Jury posed to take a direct hand in    ^ J    r    r!!    n    r    ,    Blackstock    No.    t-U    Cradduck,    top of the Viola lime zefore stand- The Eason company asked for Bolice dismantling th* Ha.ijO lh** court t*st of th*- amendment, |»oi‘Cies • «*nouier roil, ii r*.* . is    js    r|    |ng    ,    rotary.    ardizing tools and drilling on loan exception to permit the drili- iiiati ga rase dill not wan for a was not made known immediate- ** a ^ the warden and postmistress at Hie prison, recalled the letter he-1 cause of its peculiarity. The ! warden said it was signed by Bruno Hauptmann, the name of  _j    the suspect held in New York and WASHING TO N. Sept. 22.—(.Pi from whom $13,000 of Lind- SET BI 55 CENTS wai check of tin* money, but honied!-‘ 1>' ately rushed it and th** revolver to the Bronx county h'litdin w her*- ii was taken before th** graixl jury investigating th** extorting case against Ham**maim, alleged receiver of the o.OoO Lindbergh ransom. Previously lh** police had found $13,75*1 of th** ransom nob s in th** same garage After Col. Lindbergh md finished his testimony and Hie grand jury recessed for lunoneon, District Attorney sa mu* I T. Foley, of the Bronx, disolo *d that tin* serial numbers on some of the hills found today had teen checked and th** mon* y was found to he liar! of th. ransom payment made by Col. Lindbergh. “I can tell you now,”’ Foley sold. “Ihat th*- money Rein I to- F ,    ,    tne    of    a well in a corner attar- new corn loan program, provld-; bergh ransom money had been Nor the Wilcox ssanU.    ng    of    a well in a corner ,uar    advanceg    ;u    55 cents a recovered. rial In 25-2-6 activity is picking ter of a 40-acre tract, nut ne .    .      „     i    .— _ I-A up Norris Blackstock No. 2 Daw. s liar- skidding derrick from the gas The adeption was-qemen mn —^ was announced today by conference. The warden disre den. in 30-2-7, was at 4,400 feet well completed a few days ago. the company proceeded with Its agricultural adjustment ad- garded the first note hut when today.    Magnolia No. 2 Norris is build-    resultg» Secretary ickes nBnistration.    j    the prisoner sent another, lie con with judicial function! transfer-*    I* le**tho! n-Supeiim    1 red probably to    the justice    de-    ‘*s- *n    2;*-2-6. is    skidd in part merit. '    aft*-r completing    the No. Whether the    resignation    of    Norris    as a g asset    in-ar by. I Johnson means that th-* r**cov-    BiaclvStock No. 2 Daw* s H<u **rv unit is veering toward i eralism” or toward “conferva tism” only the    fu*ure can    say 25-2-6 activity is picking ter or a, 40-acre lracl‘    hushel    on    1933 and 1934 corn | After receiving the letter, the I* leetborn - Supenor No. g n    »    stored    on    farms in accordance prisoner sent a uotc to the warks is rigging up rotary after ta_en.    k».*    with    state    warehousing require-j den asking that he he given » ling derrick from the gas The exci p ion was <    **    .    t    ,    s    announced today by conference. The warden disre- J. E. Croshie No. !    -7    *    T    I    The    administration announced I ferred with the prisoner. .im,...    *u ,,v    j    j    -»*,_o_7 was reported at 1,1 20-2-7, H. L. Blackstock said, will he a grea rn    the    five    principal points on the' The prisoner the ward exactly. Johnson was considered 01 n» )J‘ ,u - *» vv<u 1    o    nt>«a<.    u.ra««    tminv    was    w^ells    than    are    necessary    to    bring    ....... ............... ______ OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. 20.— I farther “to the right” than some    lect. hp A warning that “rich and j other high officials, though pl**n- Deep Rock^ No powerful citizens” of Oklahoma ty of criticism came hurtling b's ^en;>    20-2-7,    this    moi    mug    was are campaigning for an increase way from Hi** conservative camp. a* 2,390 feet. in the state’s general one per some Labor Lenders Flensed    Magnolia    No.    T    Dawes    Harden cent sales tax was sounded to- ] Some labor leaders—including    a^.    2,805    feet    ftfter    toppin® Humphrey, state j beads of the Unite ! Textile No. 2 Dawes Harden today was wells than are necessary to brin*, new program were: I Dawes liar- drilling at 4.470 feet, having top- up the oil in an orderly fashion A loan value of 55 cr.nts, * at 4.442 feet and go- and each well will mean that , f .g j j t ,g ped a sand the Sylvan at sales tax law, cam** out openly; against the levy. decrying it “the enemy of th** masses.” ,    “Th**    present    sales    tax    is    low day has been identified bv ‘»nai jHlt j Dawes Mar- mg rig. t,u    _    *    .    .    i    r,n«H «•*»?» I I Ka a rrf»na r manu mrvr*-*    I    ~    * - prisoner the warden said, informed him that the letter was that “ *—“ ----- ”*    ““       in"    written in u cotIe devised by .. ......v.    .....---- c-    i    ma    stead of 45 as jn jast year’s pro- Hauptmann and that it could he ing    ahead    some    distance    before    much more    of the vital    gas stored    Rram#    read by skippinR every other testing.    The    indications    have    heneatli    it    has an outlet at Hie    The maturity date of June 30,    word. been about the same as those of surface."    ^    |l935.    . Read thusly, the note said; nearby wells which    found big    ft|n|    rn r I nn    mlll TW    I That    holders of the notes may, I “Will kidnap Lindbergh baby.” production.    HUI    U|L|I||L    I |||| If    !if they    wish, call the loans while After the code letter was do- J. E. Crosbie No.    3 Dawes    |J 111L    rLLnUu    UUlLI I    -corn is    at or above 85 cents on ciphered, the warden said, be Harden, in 3b-2-7, is at 2,940,    rWTnnTinil OllBTlOr ;41ie Chicago market.    took the prisoner east when tile I    h A    I IIH I IlllW    .HBHhr    I A requirement for the borrower    convict told him “my only inter IU    LA    I UU I lull    UllnllULto take out primary insurance    est is to save the life of the child covering fire, lightning and wind-    and return it to its parents.” OKLAHOMA CITY, Stopt. 22.    -    ■    At that time the warden knew 91; No. 2 was Rock No. I Dawes j 0-2-7, is at 2,450 1 ran oui numbers as a part of th paid b\ Col. Undb**rgh. “H«*youd that I can say nothing. rxeept just enough cf the hills wen* removed and shown to the jury and identified as lh** Lindbergh ransom money. “We hav** not yet counted th* total of the money.** A phonograph was Hauptmann horn* ta ttorney’s of fie irles F- Brodie, *1 ief cl* r\ to Bronx di-trict a! tie :.< y, sold believed two $20 ranis* rn notes been found in it Liixlbergli Testifie*i lib* t ies** dramatic d**v**l » »-5 we* r taking plac*- at he Hauptmann home Col. Chari**? A. Lindbergh, falle r *,f ’ ’ •*    ’ na ped and slain babu day by W. D. _______ (,    ,,,    ...... tax commissioner.    I Workers and insurgent chiefs of aI 2,860 aud No. •> at 2,-10 et t. Humplirey .one of Uh- otifort-- )tl(, stPlj| mlion ilad yearned fur    Moore-Deaner .Nu.    I    Edwards ers    of    Hie    present temporary    h|g ,iaBsin„ frolll    ,,ow,,r. N    In 28-2-8 near    Tupelo was ai lecnt speech, iii which lie sai l the    lee! tai ay. as: I’. T. \Y. broke faltt. in rallinK i , A,ia    . ITtroleum    Co No.    I it. areal strike, bronchi enraged    'n    near    Latta, ■    denials and an    announcement    "‘Ported shut down. that the American Federation of Labor, in national conventiont would be asked to demand hi Laie-' "ia""w!ilX de"onrnt',e!"eane|    /elf-uovcrnnient    in industry.    ,.7, furnishing    Hie    incentive.    *' neaner-Moore    No    “l    “Edwards    'Judge Edgar    S.    Vaught in. -    of    all   pie who labor for    W|U| “ KOVern'nent veto howe-    Deals are being    made    right along    jn,^lv    had    reached    6,-'    The    girl    had    threatened Jane •- h; s<.,-t«.d    vvas ,a<‘    of    Johnson’s    and thi> area \n the neighbor- V1. -    w    ’ “ He -ironglv advocated suhsti-1 "olic>'- His past affiliations have hood of till just the beginning. "Th** rate soon will be doubled, then trebled, and so on, upon lotion of a higher rate income WI meat area in Ute neighbor- ‘ V “/ ’    ”    (Anne    Slaughter, invalid daughter well is reported /4-1    •    0f E. M. Slaughter, Hollis banker, been financial and industrial. “hot.”    .    '    r    McCplin    county was in a letter demanding $500. *    •    a,    rtx designed to obtain the bulk Secretary of Labor Perkins and Completion of a good producer “    1    t'd    Jf*    v    at    -    400 feet It >>l needed money for an opera- lo I ui - of *s,ate taxes lr.,rn tim ‘ rich aud "onald It. Riel,here. director of here would extend the lh,Is field -ported today at 3 400 feet. It<    ^    the    girl    tol. ,    ,    |    l(OWl.rfui ••    ;    the national emergency council, miles to the east and south and      '_____[Judge Vaught. *    I    both of whom had a sharp dis- set off onther burst of drilling, so)    —    -    -    —* -    >    ....    mo    cviri    Tndp* Iagreement with Johnson, have that the well is being watched I From sunday’* Daily) I SLIGHTLY REDUCED [judge -    -    j    In    paroling the girl, Judge _____  _    atched    j Oyer a widening area the John . Vaught commented he believed i been more closely connected with with keenest interest as it drills Fitts oil and gas area continues 1 she did not realize the seriousness labor or welfare work. Some ob- steadily ahead toward the form- to, hold the attention of the OK^of the offense. She will report ...     I,.    .1_____ cu.ifi.    atinnc if iii I net    inknn.o evil i ,v ri 11 <2 * r \r Knitvo rop.At. mnnthlv to the federal Drobation servers thought they saw signifi- ations it will test.    lahoma oil industry, being recog-j monthly to the federal probation canc** in th** fact that it was Early this afternoon the w**ll nized at present as the leading .officer- Johnson who went out and not was reported to have reached 2,-^ (Continued on Page 8, No. 3) The girl and her 2<'-year-old they.    i    - before tile grand J ar v to oil his production for October was tnt to- economist and story of the negotiations for Hie da> b-v Secretary lekes at    I    Johnson’s    ani lo .tis ll »rt* ain ransom ut hi and ti half \* tJu* county h and ii was r* na By sp* nt U grand jury. Within titre** in arrived iii the ere front of Un* count: its unusually limn of som** 23" of fie* had ridden in a that had to tile ei ing. Here t lie*-til a doi short tile d ber’s kopf. ■mn in ,f tjif d- WASHINGTON. Sept. 22 kl*) On Hie other hand. Bernard! i ,u Tile national allowable crude oil Im. Baruch, prominent financier-* close associat“ of I .    ,__________ and Gerard Swore,, 0 HOO    barrels daily, a 15,9o0-l»arrel    \    jiead    0f    General Electric, have; dec lea se from    the 2. ..41. <00    ‘>aisb(J<>n    mentioned as possible a])-’ r* Is    permitted    in September.    I    pointees    of Hie XRA policjr-form- The normal seasonal decline in in„ boar(1 It recalled that it1 gasoline consumption and th* | Was johnson himself who sug-1 ,u-ed for continuing to reduce ex-1    |ha( NRa be rvM .bv a cessive gasoline inventories were • given as Hie reason for the reduc-1 ,oal Hon. The allowable foi    , cut 12 300 barrels daily to a total to t,l<i Mt- there was Ule assuI’ of 95*;.IOO; California 4.700 to; ance of Secretary ILoper that tnt Oil Field Highway Being Rushed ped >. lh ‘J ll that boy friend, Willard Sallee, also of Childress, were arrested August 28, beneath a bridge near Hollis where Slaughter had been told to leave the money. Sallee was freed of complicity standard of measurement would be 2J cubic lect per bushel, as w^b bim. The guards stopped last year.    this and later the    prisoner    told The new loan program super- h warden thc man was Haupt-sedes the announced extension et 1933 loans to January I. 1935 No    1 TJ    plcture of Hauptmann, old loans will    he extended.beyond    .    ,    b „ cleveland Plain October lo, the administration *    nw*ann said. fiat borrowers may    pay    their    Dealer, was shown    to the    son- old loans and    repledge    the    corn    Znl of    Th'    pd - under the new    program.    ment Justice ageni. in* Loans will    be made in Colo- '™r-    the    warden said, declared rado, Illinois,    Indiana, Iowa, Kan-* k!iat    ,s    tae ^lian* sas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebras- . tlu* warden got to tis po ka, Ohio, and South Dakota    in bls story an alarni bel1 80Un,l“ ireeu or complicity. Modern Highway Being Constructed Through Rough Countryi Jane Anne Slaughter, 15, was .    .    .    in    in    rod    a# t llO U* Ct UI ti S t ll I F 111 CmI" Into Heart of Flits Oil Field POSITION OPEN BT • FEOEHBL BUILDING 'ore ti*1 it I; reset' floor * nos a led st juiildii polic* , th** bile * wed f t lie he in \ ith •tail ( Against any theory that th** 'exas wa*- .administration might be steering lf you do not think that is a rock, cement and other penna real highway the cooperating nent material.    f group is building into the oil! The road is a cooperative    ^    *r^. injured at the world s fair in Chicago more than a year ago. suffering paralysis which kept lier from school last year and forced her to deliver her junior highschool vale-a Dallas hospital _    ,,    <hed    bv    radio.    She    is attending fields, then ao down and look at, terprise. S. C. Boswell, repre- •    *    .    wbeei chair. it for yourself. Most of Consenting the Ada Chamber of Com-isch°o1 tins >ear rn a wneei cnair. work for a mile and a half has merce, has taken the lead in get- * *- .       *••    “    -- j „    .    .    ^    in    Hi    been finished and one can get an I ting right of way, getting the •*r 452. .00; Oklahoma    :.6b0 to 4-tnew deal    would .afeguar.    in cli    Qf lhe ( of construct- different phases of the road ap-! im 406; and Michigan 500 to 29,000.1 yid ti a1 iii i t ia t it e. In a speech iii    -    ——— *    •    —*    1 ni l- The Increases included: Arkan- J Cincinnati last night, the commas 9"0 barrels to 30.200; Kansas I meres department head -aid ion *re were proved as FERA projects, and j The highway leaves No. 4* at other such matters. Babe Davis, Fittstown. If you don’t know county commissioner from that en on <1 ll t y a nd they f Drilled ible line 1 for i the flier f hi.* walk f rom the * leva •or to cor of I he g r and jury cha rn- ante-TO* the c* Jill, lion* *1 and LB com* n. Col. H. N or rn an Sc h wa rz- head of t5 he New J. tm y police mall ied a oiu the -men f* ii : § r 11 I * i behind th* in formed an € -Cficlive ' un ft :er 0 po- 5.00*1 to 123.700; and Louisiana | there was no thought of effective    LM11stown' is, it is about ! district, has furnished his ma 0" to *8,300.    J    “complete abolition of th** old t.uarter 0f a niile north of tho j chine ry and bought    the tile for Mtowables for other producing j order of our economic and iOcicU ;crossing of Byrds Mill creek. The’the the culverts. SAY COTTON I J AX Ks \\ LIA BLE \> IOBAX.I system. Jolins(»n Starts Mnal ile|***rt .highway goes east until it strikes I As the highway is to go on to the section line just west of An-[Jesse and Burrow valley, opening Johnson, soldier-economlst-law-    (lo>w Han]!n*s liome. and then    up a big farming area to inark- __|    vt ar who in a few short months    bends around to the north of    els,    the road is not only of ser- COLLEGE    STATION.    Texas, j    re-painted the whole picture rf    Harden’s house, getting on better    j vice    to the oil field but will be ..,t    21.    kl’    The    cotton    plant j    American industrial relations,    elevated land and getting a bot-lone    of the most important farm TSK FEMES ma a beneficial forage and to any approach. Lind ber mediately entered ii** grr ante-room. The police gaa SO rigid that a short tim Inspector John J. Lyons ll (Continued on Rage 3, says Dr. G. S. Fraps, state chem- to study his records so ist and chief of the division of make a final report. so! headed by to the capital today ter approach to the bridge that I to market roads in the county ah Inina jury e liter lad .RINO. 51 chemistry at the Texas agricultural experiment station here. “The areen leaves, when dri**d,’ he explains, “have a food valu , ptal to that of alfalfa hay; th stalks, that of cottonseed hulls. IL E. Hennigan has cooperated men and otherwise in his he can w||| be built across the creek .......I The rmht of way is    IOO feet    in furnishing ------ ---- When    he steps out    final!/ t wide, and the highway    is being    [ helping the matter along    — “Robbie.’’ is expected to _o with constructed on engineering lines capacity in the FERA set-up. him. “Robbi**” * Miss Frances comparable to thus*- of any mod-    As soon as the construction Robinson) became,    like ber boss'em state highway. Concrete tile    work is finished, gravel    will    be and idol,    a nation    figure    during I culverts are being put    in, and    added, making the road    all-sea- (( ontinned on Page 2, No. I) 'the bridge will constructed of.son type. OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 20.-—An executive order by Qov-Murray continuing until Dec. 31 his order remitting penalties dn all delinquent taxes other than ad valorem levies, due prior to June I. 1931,* was issued late yesterday. The order remits penalties on income, gross production. corporation, license, inheritance, gasoline and gross receipt taxes. The governor declared voiding the penalties would encourage prompt payment of principal, he believed. ed and within a few seconds the prison was in an uproar. Guards rushed about with riot guns, and shots resounded in the “L” cell block, the death house, where were housed the Dillinger gangsters. News men fell over each —    other    getting    to telephones. Applications may be filed for, Among those present was IL P. the position of janitor-engineer Cronin, Jr., Ohio bureau chief for the federal building until Oc- 0f The Associated Press. Ever tober ll, according to J. AY. before Cronin knew what was go-Lewis, postmaster. After that Big on he had telephoned his of-date no applications will be ac- flee and told them to get set for cepted.    !a big    break.    Within a few    min- Any one interested in the mat- utes the prison telephone sound-ter should see Earl Sumner in ed and then came the word the post office for application “Pierpont and Makley tried to blanks or other information cor- break and .were shot.” cerning the position.    f The warden tucked a\%ay lib? The position pays well, Mr. story on the Lindbergh case and Lewis says, and is a good placi turned his atention to more urg-for any one qualified.    things.    It was hours before 4    he resumed telling the strange BOBBER    SUSPECT    'story    of the    Ohio convict    who BEI NG    RETURNED    claimed to have had valuable knowledge of the Lindbergh kid-SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 24.— ; naping. (.19—Sheriff    Stanley Rogers of    i    Guards    Open Eire Oklahoma City and his deputy,, when    the    alarm sounded,    all Ted Foster,    left here today wit1*    the    guards in    the room nearest James M.    (Cowboy) Hayes,    the    prison yard    immediately grab- charged in a $75,000 bank mes-    bed    their riot    guns and rushed singer holdup in May, 1929. .through    the    L-block steel gate. Seattle authorities turned ; opening    fire. Hayes to Gougers despite idetiti-j Thomas Temple, a guard, fired fiotition of him as one of the [eight shots.    W. O.    Spriggs,    an- robbers    of    the Tolt,    Wash,    Stale    other guard, fired four times. Bank    last    May.    (Continued on Page 8, No. 2) ;