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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - April 14, 1935, Miami, Oklahoma                                LcaMd WIN MIAMI DAILY NEWSRECORD Ottawa Count Population 3JXXXII 246 NARY SOUNDS FOR EARLY END OF SESSION untry Needs Says Speaking for Senate Republicans SUMMARIZED IStimmer Deliberation Seen If Does Not Curtail Program April intehding that the first three and half months of the present con session have seen only major measure nati Republican leaders assert today that unless the adminis atiprt program is sharply cur iletii Congress will be here all While the House prepared to vote sxfc week on administration bill the social security id the Senate pondered which of iree bills to Senator Me k the Republican ex ressed this view Congress could quit by midJune all but the social NRA bonus and appropriation 11s were Says Country Needs Rest If this rather hasty outline were the Oregon senator add iit is my judgment that Con ress can conclude its work by the liddle of What the country eeds more than anything else is reassurance and restoration f All would profit by Ms happy including Democratic leaders reported this reck that President Roosevelt ranted the remainder of the pro tram carried including many rieasures not mentioned by Mc They also said the executive vas satisfied with progress made Despite these there ap peared a rather general feeling on Capitol Hill that if only the NRA ihd social security bills get there will be little disap jointment over results among the McNary said it was his opinion at the start of the session that ad journment would come about micl I still adhere to that view provided President Roosevelt cur tails his announced legislative pro he Achievements Summed Up A checkup of the situation in Congress to date showed today the following including supply have become law works relief 000 independent 000 justice and war anJ first deficiency appro priation Others include Hot oil con baby bond seed RFC and re storation fo the government pay Rejected proposals World court by Bills awaiting presidential sig Publlehcd Everj Evening Moraine Mltml APRIL 1935 In Tragic Role A shattered romance was blame for Betty Hamiltons leap to deat from a window of her twelft floor apartment in New Th young stage and screen actres above made her last film ap pearance in the English produc tion of The Private Lives of Do starring Douglas Pair nature Pink slip income tax pub licity Bills in Conference Bills in conference between Sen ate and House treas urypostoffice appropriation additional bonds for home owners loan and PIONEERS CLING TO DUSTY LANDS New Storm in Panhandle Fails to Force Them To Join Exodusters April Embattled Panhandle wheat farm ers choked amid new clouds swirling yellow silt but few entertained even a passing idea o joining some 100 families of exo dusters who have left rented acre age for greener In one perhaps even be fore this land can stage a declared Texas County Agent It has not been seriously harmed by dust and wind With a little moisture the Panhan die still can produce a good harves of row The county agent then reflecter the spirit of the siltblown plains The is he But with normal rain this fall and snow next winter the lane can produce another bumper whea crop next Perhaps not quite as good as in those years when Tex as county produced more wheat foi its size than any similar area in the but a good Health Is Big Factor both human and animal is the big Hyer The land is not in The Continued on Page Two OKLAHOMA Partly cloudy Sunday and colder in north and west portions ARKANSAS warmer Sunday Monday partly cloudy to MISSOURI cloudi warmer in east and south portions Sunday unsettled Sunday night and probably with local showers much cooler Mon warm er in southeast portion Sundap unsettled Sunday night and Mon with some indications of local much cooler Monday and by Sunday afternoon in northwest Temperatures in Miami from 2 Friday until 8 oclock Satur iay night 2 fi 8 10 S 0 2 4 6 j S Outlook for the Week Lower Missouri valleys and the rthern and central great plains considerable probably th one or two precipitation per ods in most sections cooler be rinning of probably rising emperature in latter Southern plains and west gulf cloudy to cloudy with showers Tuesday or ednesday colder about middle of he week followed by warmer end health and the welfare of the peo ple who till the land Thats why some people have but al have said they would come back when the weather Mosl of them feared the dust would ruin their Another big blow hit the Pan handle sending a gigantic cloud of swirling dust over the The storm was abatin this and early relief was believed in employment of 137 engineers and to institute a program of deep plowing in seven northwestern and Panhandle coun to prevent more blowing of was approved by the State Conservation Governor Asks Governor Marland has asked for in federal funds for the This is an said chairman of the new conservation The work must be started in ten Soil listing was described as the remedy and Panhandle farmers themselves will do the work am receive the We dont want to set up this emergency fund to pay persons from outside to do the Vaughn Well pay thn farmers affected 40 cents an acre for deep listing of their These people never have asked for aid before theyve sent relief money back to the We can help them now and that section of the state will contirtue to take care of Vauehn said in tribute to the spirit of the hardy Panhan dle Signals Working at Scene of Bus Crash April Testimony that the engine whistle was the bells ringing and crossing safety signals in full op eration at the time of the school bustrain tragedy was given today at the Baltimore and Ohio railroads inquiry into the The roads hearing lasted nearly four TRIBESMEN JOIN IN REQUEST FOR INDIAN HOSPITAL Question of Site Is Pu Aside at Jay Meeting To Focus on Main Aim RIFT QUICKLY HEALED Exhorted b Speakers in Native Ton Enlist in Cause The largest of tribesme assembled together in this aectio since Indian Commissioner Joh Collier and Senator Elmer Thoma visited here six months ago reache accord at Jay Friday night on ef forts to obtain an Indian hospita in Northeastern Crowding the little Delawar county district courtroom to capac some 300 members of variou tribes heard pleas of their leader for united support of the projec The reached after tw and onehalf hours of discussion primarily designates circulation petitions demanding that an India hospitalbe constructed somewher in Northeastern not i any particular city or community The Association of Indian Tribe carried petitions which member said would be forwarded to Rep Wesley Senator Thoma and Congressmanatlarge Wi Rift Quickly Healed At the outset of the t rift loomed as Indians of the Jaj the most part Chero through leader that have been passing asking that the hospita be constructed at Jay or Eucha This controversy quickly subsided as Homer Chandler president of the and in fluential leaders of the Jay tribes Bill Joe Pox and the mos progressive step would be to ge bhe hospital projects then fight it out for the definite loca The meeting was called by the whose officials had in vited Jay Indians to join the con ference at the In the various speeches that were the Cherokee language was spoken No less han six of the speakers turned to their native language to impres upon tribesmen the main topic of the Some talked at inter vals in then swung back to Cherokee and a majority of the irowd listened indicating heir familiarity with the language Several women took in the dis 100 Sign Petitions More than 100 Indians affixec Office of Publication A Street Avenne PRICE FIVE CENTS Continued on Page Two Junior Chambers Membership Drive Starts Tomorrow The semiannual membership drive of the Junior Chamber of iommerce will get under way at oclock Monday when wo picked teams of present mem aers meet for a special breakfast at the Main The membership goal has been set at according to Leon Lari field general of the jarimore will deliver his overthe op orders to Field Marshals tfoody and Vernon Roberts before the breakfast meet ng Each member of the two battal ons will be given the names of eight either present ncmbers or It will be duty of the squad members to contact the The membership fee for six nonths is The contest ng for a free dinner following the close of the will endeavor to ut opposingteam members hroats during the The solicitors will not be restrict d to the eight names assigned The drive will close officially at loon when the organ zation meets for the regular veekly luncheon and business pro Arkansas Sales Tax Fate to High Court LITTLE April Hall 2 percent sales tax ct was sent on its way to the state upreme court today after Chancel Frank Dodge ruled it inval Since the suit was slated to go o the supreme Chancellor Jodge did not go into the full lerits of but overruled le demurrer of State Revenue ommissioner Earl Wiseman nd enjoined him from attempting o collect the Passed by the recent e Hall act levies a 2 percent sales ax on all retail Its stimatecl at ould go So percent for relief and 5 percent to the The complainant merchants con ended at todays hearing that the ales tax would place an undue urden of competition upon them om merchants in the adjoining of Missouri and Gives He didnt owe Uncle Sam a penny in income But Me Caslin Cal typewriter sent anyhow to the Collector of Internal Reve writing I am conducting a business1 and raising an everin creasing family under most desir able circumstances and protection of It is not my make up to shift the cost of that protec tion on to After one gov ernmental his check final ly was The Treasurj recently announced that gifts re ceived from patriots since 1862 to tal more than SALES TAX RATE STILL UP IN AIR Marland and Senators Con fer on Restoring Two Percent Provision OKLAHOMA April Governor Marland and Senate leaders were strengthening their forces in an attempt to re store the 2 percent sales tax pro vision by Senate action Speaker Phillips warned the Sen ate to retain the one percent rate as passed by the House or the measure would be referred to a vote of the Leaders in both houses agreed today that if the Legislature is to adjourn April the sales in come tax and drivers license bills must be sent to the governor by Port of Entry Bill Passed Today the House passed the ibbons bill creating 33 ports of entry with 224 jobs and costing as estimated by Murray ibbons who also estimated the bill will produce in revenue from taxes on a mileage and tonnage Besides killing a number of minor the House killed ihe bill to allow supreme court ustices to run for other state of ices during their justice Legislators were obviously wary and nervous as they completed hree months of legislative the House worked on ninor bills on its calendar while he Senate engaged in two spectac ilar one of which brought he resignation of Senator Paul Stewart Haworth as chairman of he and highways he resignation came over his de land that a House bill for stricter nforcement of the state motor ve licle law besent to his committee espite the demand of Floor Leader that it go direct to the calen ar by Senate vote and Stewart re igned his The other fight broke in the Sen te over the omnibus appropriation ill when Senator Al chair lan of the appropriations commit offered an amendment to in lude an item of to pay in erest on the dormitory bonds at fe Efforts to table the MIAMI IS FIRST AGAIN IN MEET ATTAHLEQUAH Students From Here Rol Up 126 Points in Fine Arts Competition TWELVE EVENTS WON Ten Second Places and Thirds Accumulated Wagoner Next For the third consecutive yeai Miami high school students walke off with the annual curricular an fine arts contests at Tahlequah winding up their threeday compe tition Saturday with 126 points t capture the grand championshi Nowata triumphed in the Clas B high school with Col linsville showing the way in Clas Miamis victory was achieve with a group of 49 Trail ing the local students in the sec ond place was Wagoner with onl 67 In the easy titula Miami won 12 10 sec ends and nine thirds in the variou Heading the local students wa Marian who won first place in technical girls origina oration and in debate with George as a Tables Turned in Debate In the debate th combination of Miss Beck and Stein took the championship with record of nine victories and only one The sole giv en out by a Muskogee was avenged in the finals when the Mi ami team turned the tables to elim inate the Among the vic tims of the locals were debaters oi Capitol Hill and Central high schools of Oklahoma Following are the students who figured in the Miami conquest anc the events in which they were en tered Mary violin thirci place Irma and Arthur first yeai bookkeeping Wayne first and Joe cornet solo Glenn clarinet second Phillip and Ernest world his tory Margaret Catherine Sherman McMasters anc Robert reed first John and Orvai tuba solo Marian technical first Billy and Jack mechanical Marian Beck and George and Everett DeHanas and Imerson debate Zola and Wanda plane geometry illy and Virginia sociology Emer son boys standard ora fourth Clarence Rob ert Lewis Stoddard and Vayne boys first Harold and Anna Mae American listoryj Jerry boys origi lal third Cornell and Bobby voodworking Marian girls first Corene second year and Pearl Mae Jack and Bill Ben The Miami high chool student was warded second Continued on Page Two nid Police Capture Berserk Paperhanger April Excitement prevailed on a down own street for nearly an hour to ay while Oscar an itiner paperhanger of with a caliber rifle held officers t bay from the balcony in the ear of a store where he had barri aded who had been sleeping in he rear of the suddenly vent berserk and without warning pened fire on pro and William a cus The first shot missed Wool rd and the second struck Orr in he Both men ran from the Weist firing six shots after the bullets crashing through IB plate glass Police and county officers mediately took up positions at the ear and front entrance and threw tear gas bomb linded by the staggered out ide and was seized by the of Weist had been drinking for sev ral Woolard Top Passed by All Deliveries of Wheat April U Jroad speculative more ronounced than at any time in re ent swept grain prices iharply higher with all fu ure deliveries selling well above 11 per After the first hour of trading n the wheat prices had advanced 1 12 to 2 18 cents above yester ays with May only frac ionally below With July and September wheat t new high prices for the t was the first time all wheat de iveries had sold above the dollar nark in the Chicago pit since last Profittaking eased the market rom top prices and at the close net overnight gains in wheat rang from 18 to 34 Two Slot Machines Seized Man A rrested James Moreland of Hockerville was released under bond Sat urday afternoon after he pleaded not guilty to a charge of operating slot Moreland was arrested at Hock erville by Deputy Sheriff Arthur Luttrell and Sheriff Eli Two one for the use of five cent pieces and the other were confiscated by the The charge against Moreland is the first of such nature filed here in some The is one of the fastest of all American an i among the most STRESA CONFERENCE AT END WITH THREE POWERS AGREED ON POLICIES TO AVERT WAR GESTURES MADE BY BERLIN ALSO BRIGHTEN VISTA I LOST FOR NIGHT IN DUST STORM Leland his Corine and their dog passed an entire night by this thistle and dustclogged fence row in vicinity of their home near They became lost while hunting In a field for Some 100 persons joined In tha searching After night In the punctuated by coyote Leland made his way to Associated Press Photo GORRELL PROBE INTO NEW PATH Vandever Sisters and Mys terious Figure in Trial Are Called April gation into the death of John Gor took a turn today when three linked with sensational events following the were subpoenaed to ap pear before a grand jury next Two of those called are Eleanor and Betty Lou daughters of a department store owner and ocially They were with young Homer and 3ill Paden when they shot out treet lights near the scene of the jorrell shooting and on the same All were friends of Phil Ken who is serving a 25year rison sentence for killing A third witness ordered before he jury was a mysterious figure n one of the sensational episodes f the Kennamer He is Mabens name was mentioned during the qualify ng of the jury at Venire nen were asked if they knew him find also were asked if they kenw ertain hosiery alesmen and dealers nd if the salesmen had attempted 0 question them about the The prosecutions tactics brought 1 violent outburst from Flint efense counsel who shouted e resented those dirty insinua The upshot of it was that a mis rial barely was At one ime Judge Thurman Hurst was eady to call a new panel and begin rial but a in vhich Maben was called into the udges chambers along with coun made this Neither Maben nor the Vandever iris have appeared as witnesses in ny angle of the The which also is probing he death of young Sidney will hear Doctor Born somc imc during its second week in PCS Hoover on Way to Home in California April plans cloaked in ormer President Hoover left to ay by automobile to see some fiends in West Virginia on a wing across the continent to his ome in California by the way of Whatever political significance ttached to his journey or an ac idental meeting here with Re ublican leaders remained loovcr maJe no definite announce ment of his but Law ence his former ith whom he visited said he robably would strike Vir inia around Richey said the former Piesi ents overnight visit to his Caloc in manor estate for trout fishing as unexpected and his meeting ere with such party leaders as heodore and Gov rnor Harry Nice of Maryland ras purely BARNETT CASE CHARGES FILED Former Bank Commission er and Brother Accused Of Ardmore Offense April former Oklahoma bank Barnett of and his were formally charged to day with attempting to conceal in formatict by removing records from the defunct American Bank Trust company Barnetts administration as bank commissioner had recently been investigated by a special com mittee of the Oklahoma House of which was unable to obtain service upon him as a The complaint against the Bar nett brothers was signed by state bank examiner un der Howard present com county attorney of Carter filed the charges before Ulis Bar justice of the The jus tice is not a relative of the accused When the American Bank Trust the largest in the was ordered on a moratorium Bar nett was placed in charge of the That was during the twoyear administration of Barnett as commissioner under former William Tile complaint charged the Bar netts removed the records from the bank on March 6 when Com misFioner Johnson removed Barnett from his Johnson started an investigation of the Bar nett administration shortly after he took The complain t specifically charged removal or destruction of remittance records to thn trade mens National bank and the First National bank of Oklahoma City from the Ardmore of individual ledger sheets of the Bnrnett special account and the Barnelt special It was also charged that many de posit slips of funds handled dur ing 1934 hatl been At Oklahoma the Oklahoma county grand jury investigation nf the Farmers State bank of reorganized in 1933 by took a new turn with the voluntary appear ance of Wichita mer Reed was carried on the list as a stockholder and director of the reorganized Attorney Comments OKLAHOMA April Sid attorney for and named in fel ony charges at id Jo day he will advise his clients to surrender and post Germany Is Critical of Some but Is tory in Main NEW PACTS IMPEND POLICEMAN WANTKDi April police department here is one man but his successor will have to he six feet Carl officer who was built like that wit htown finances as they the new officer will either have to wear Jeskes old uniform or do Eastern Non Aggression Treaty and Western Air Alliance in Prospect By The Associated April 13 France and England closed to night their historymaking confer asserting they had reached full agreement on ways to save Europe from The tripower parley was called after Adolf Hitlers dramatic de cision to rearm the which in an appeal to the of declared perilous to For the first time since the Paris peace the heads of the three great western European Mussolini PierreEtienne Flandin of Ramsey MacDonald of England met face to face to talk ovet Europes prospects for Results Summerized After 18 busy hours at the con ference these were the au thoritatively reported results A German offer to enter ah eastern nonaggression pact pro vided she is exempt from any mu tual military assistance Decision to call Danubian nations into conference at Roma 20 to discuss ways of keeping little Austria United support for Frances appeal to Geneva against Ger manys treaty violation in rearm Approval of the principle of an air pact for immediate aerial assistance against an aggressor in Western Approval of Hun garian and Bulgarian rearmament to some degree yet Other Points Studied The conferees also were report ed although official con firmation was on A general European confer ence after the Danubian A proposed eastern Mediter ranean pact linkink Tinkey and France agreed to softon her arraignment of Ger many at the eLague of Nations council session opening this in return for Britains tacit ap proval of the bilateral mutual as sistance pacts she feels should rn inforce any general security sys French and Italian delegates to the conference also found time to extend and amplify provisions of the accord Mussolini and Pierre French foreign reached at Rome An Italo French mutual assistance pact is virtually in its final it was stated and may be extended to bring in other Latin Later an agreement for friendship and consultation be tween the Latin block and Great Britain is Spirit of Cordiality A spirit of cordiality and col laboration marked the three days of discussion on selclucd Isola Bella in Lake an offi cial spokesman said after official adjournment was announced to There was complete unanimity in expressions of satisfaction at the conferences Everybody was extremely well the French spokesman Failure to arrive at the definite signing of an air pact today was it was to Prime Min ister MacDonaldt desire that Ger many bo given an opportunity to accept the other undertakings pro posed in the AngloFrench com Three pacts were proposed in Continued on Page Two Johnson to Be Last Witness on NRA Bill April Chairman Harrison announced to day the Senate finance committee would close its NRA investigation next Thursday with testimony by Hugh former adminis After closing the the committee will proceed to put into final form the bill for extending the recovery unit another two Already negotiations were under way behind the scenes with senators such as Borah of Idaho who have demanded full restoration of the 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