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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1928, Ada, Oklahoma The future mrs. Tunney she a the real reason for the champions retirement p to n from the ring weather tonight and tuesday partly Cloudy. The Ada evening news full leased wire associated press service volume xxv number 130 Ada Oklahoma monday August 13, 1928 three cents the copy Seaman swept off tug when rough seas threaten Deleware Bay Ihm vessels of Gale along Northern coast followed by heavy downpour Philadelphia aug. 13.�?up> one mail is missing and nearly too other persons were rescued during the Northeast storm which abated Early today after lashing the coast from Virginia capes to Sandy Hook. The missing Man is Otto Godfrey a number of the Crew of the tug Radiant who was swept away when the tug Sank in Delaware Bay following new clue in Ulen robbery a new clue meagre but enc our j aging to county officers was being followed today Iii a Hope of apprehending robbers who Friday held up and robbed the first National Bank at Allen p. H. T Eal undersheriff of Pontotoc county stated today. Pete Woods county Deputy and Clint Miers from the Bureau of identification were following out the new clue today but no information was forthcoming As to where the latest development in the Case would Lead the officers. The Blue Buick roadster driven from the scene of the robbery by the bandits was found three Miles East of Citra by the posse and the blood hounds from Mcalester and Holdenville brought to the car. Because of the dry ground they were unable to pick up the Trail however. The robbery occurred about 12 30 i Friday at the first National Bank of j Allen and a loot of $2,300 was of i stained after the cashier miss Lo-1 were j near Odessa. Del., yesterday. He j Rena Jones an j three others wore a life Belt and it is hoped he j imprisoned Iii the Bank vault. A a phone in the vault enabled mrs. Jones to summon Wingie Hardwick has been picked up. His brother Frank chief Engineer of the tug was believed to have been drowned but today he turned up in Odessa. Eight members of the tug Crew and a passenger were rescued after battling with the Waves for some time. The British tramp Steamer Atli Selbach which was blown aground off St. John Light at the Delaware capes was floated today Quot with the High tide and the assistance of two tugs. The Coal Laden Barge Irwin which was being towed by the tug prudence from Norfolk to new York with two other barges Sank off sea Isle City n. Her Crew was Tauten aboard the prudence and were landed Here today. The prudence abandoned the Barge Horace Olyn with 12 feet of water in Lur hold after taking off her Crew but safely brought to port the third Barge the Winsor. Allen marshal and former Hughes j county Deputy to the Bank. A posse i in which Hughes county officers j were members was formed at once j and Pursuit of the bandits started j the last Trace of the robbers was j when they were seen driving a j Chevrolet Coupe South of Allen after abandoning the Buick car. License of state office cancelled insurance company official arrested in Chicago on charge so Mik to Tiu the oar series of conferences with leaders expected to shape Campaign with farm South were Kunis 0ffic1 is Soest of add club h. G. Hatfield lieutenant governor of the Oklahoma Texas division of kiwanis International was a guest of the Ada kiwanis club at its regular meeting today telling the local clubman of the International convention at Seattle and explaining the program for the Dallas convention labor Day. Governor Hatfield was Given the entire time allotted for the program to address the members of the Ada club and the time limit for club meetings was lengthened to permit his address. Governor Hatfield was impressed i severe storms off Albany. N. A a a aug. 13.�? Abs after an extended conference today governor Smith a group of leaders from the West and in a joint statement said they a a pleased with the governor s interest and understanding of the agricultural problem. Declaring that he had invited members of the delegation to Al-1 with the serious trend of the seat i Bany to obtain first hand their views i tie convention and the enlightening j on legislation a and not to discuss addresses of some of the outstand politics a the democratic presiden j lug business men of the nation. The tial nominee in a separate state it address of senator Dill of washing nut it asserted that he had a assured \ ton particularly appealed to him in them that in my opinion the is which the official deplored the reported All passengers Are be transferred to another ship their safety assured to to -5 of the Relief they Are seeking through legislation Are covered in the democratic platform upon which i Philadelphia. Aug. 13.�?up a Northeast Gale swept out to be off the Central Atlantic coast to Ltd Day leaving in its Wake disabled Small Craft disrupted communication systems flattened crops and storm battered Seaside resorts. Howling out of the Northeast the storm swept inlets creeks Aud Bays dear of Small shipping and through out yesterday kept the coast guard Busy rescuing disabled pleasure crafts. The storm played its greatest havoc in Delaware Bay where several Small crafts were sunk and the British Steamer Athl Beach was blown aground on the mud Flats off St. John Light. Two tugs stood by the British Steamer to pull her off As soon As the wind and the tide was favourable. A life boat Crew from the american Steamer Inoko rescued a Man from the Mast of a foundered tug in Delaware Bay but the life boat was unable to win its Way Back to the Steamer and was Blowen on the Beach. A coast guard Cutter set out to the Rescue but last night it reported Progress slow and estimated it would be several hours before it could Rescue the men. It was not Learned whether other members of the tugs Crew had been lost. Along the Maryland coast the wind reached a velocity of 70 Miles an hour diminishing in intensity As it swept northward. The highest wind velocity reported along the new Jersey coast was 4 5 Miles an hour. The Gale was accompanied by torrential Rains in certain sections 8.27 inches falling from 8 a. In. Saturday morning to 8 p. Rn., sunday night in Washington. Bridges were crashed out and crops heavily damaged in Maryland. Delaware Virginia new Jersey and Pennsylvania. The Dan River in Virginia. Was out of its Banks in places and the Potomac River neared flood stage As its tributaries poured the accumulated Waters of the storm into the River. The yacht of representative Isaac Bacharach of Atlantic City. N. J., was blown aground in great Bay the new Jersey congressman and his party being forced to Wade across the flooded Meadows for nearly a mile to safety. In the party which included several men was Charles Arakelow of Philadelphia former grand exalted ruler of the elks and Harry Bacharach former mayor of Atlantic City and his wife. It was feared the yacht valued at $50,000, would be a total loss. Seaside resorts along Long Island and the new Jersey coast were subjected to a heavy pounding from the mountainous Waves a portion of the Board walk being washed away at Beach Haven n. J., and the South end of the Beach front at Bradley Beach swept away. Coast guardsmen said the storm was the worst in to years. No deaths have been reported but several Small boats Aud their Crews were still missing today. Here a the first Nir Tuie of Hiss mar Jose Obi lie i Nuder wealthy Jap heiress and society girl of i Crow Meh it un., to whom a a Gene Tunney to Sut License of a the intonation Quot a <l.�ni.l. Ii is a Are Ltd. A1 life insurance company of St. Oklahoma City. Aug. I Louis has been revoked by telegraphic instructions from Jesse g. I read state insurance commissioner who is in St. Louis investigating the company a affairs it became known Here today. In his Telegram read stated that in his opinion policy holders would be fully protected if plans now being worked out by the insurance commissioners of to states Are adopted. Notice has been served Jon the of agents of the company in Oklahoma that the company a License has been cancelled and they have been instructed to write no further business. The company s state Headquarters Are located in Oklahoma City. It carried approximately $10,000,000 in policies in this state. Vie we a hit if if just As anybody might have j meat guessed it was a woman cd est la Femme that explains a a Gene Tun Ney Al retirement from the boxing ring. She is miss Mary Josephine Lauder of Greenwich conn., prominent in society and granddaughter of George Lauder who made a Fortune in tile Early Days of the steel Industry with Andrew Carnegie. Their engagement was announced recently. The announcement of the engage discloses that the champions on women have changed quite in the past two years. In an by Paul f. Haupert associated press staff writer Albany n. Y., aug. 13.�?lf a in a series of conferences that May have far reaching political effects. Governor Smith intends before the end of the week to discuss the agricultural situation Here with a group of farm leaders and to talk Over his presidential Campaign with three men High in democratic party councils senators Walsh of Montana and George of Georgia and Josephus Daniels Secretary of the Navy under Woodrow Wilson. The farm delegation headed by George n. Beek of Illinois who cast his lot with Smith several Days ago was in Albany today for its meeting with the nominee. Daniels is due wednesday George thursday Ani Walsh on Friday All coming at the governors invitation., prior to their Call on the presidential no Ninee the identity of All the agriculturists who planned to sit in at the round table discussion today had not been disclosed As arrangements had been left to peek and he had not advised the governor definitely who would be with him. A indirectly however the governor had been advised that among those who would go Over the farm problem with him were two of the lad growing tendency to disregard the right of franchise. In his address he showed that in Many instances High officials were elected by 30 percent of the people entitled to the right to vote. This he explained gave Way to the Chance for bolshevism elements getting in Power. Kiwanis ideals were stressed to the members of the Ada club by the governor in which he appealed to Kiwan ians to devote More time to altruistic service for the Benefit j of Mankind and for the satisfaction i of their own conscience Ness and Hap i piness. The kiwanis Leader urged that every Kewanian attend the. Dallas convention pointing out a feature program for their interest. Barometer dropping again on Southern coast of Florida Tampa fla., aug. 13.�?up a the barometer at the local weather Bureau continued to drop slowly this afternoon the Reading at 2 of clock bang 29.79, according to w. Bennett government meteorologist the wind velocity was 20 Miles an hour swinging around into the West. Or. Bennett said he could not definitely locate the Center of tha disturbance moving Northwest in the Gulf of Mexico but thought it was Between fort Myers and Tampa some distance off Shore. Republican nominee expects to expand on matters touched saturday Miami fla., aug. 13. Radio message to the Miami daily news from its Nassau correspondent this afternoon said that the passengers have been taken off the Munson liner Mcnamar which went aground off great Abaco yesterday. At 1 30 p. In. Wireless advices Here said the liner still was hard aground on the rocks at Hole in the Wall but was on the Lee Side of the Island and protected from High winds and heavy seas. The Bahamas government tug. Lady Cordeaux was expected to reach Nassau at 7 p. Rn., with the 75 passengers said the daily news dispatch and they will be put aboard another Munson ship to continue their journey from Nassau and Miami to new York. The Munson line tug colonial and the 6,000-ton motor Schooner Halcyon were reported standing by the Mcnamar. No further assistance has been asked of Nassau since Captain Mcdonald of the Mcnamar radioed for interview just before his first fight Era in the losing fight at the with Jack Dempsey a Philadelphia publican National convention for a in september 1926, Tunney said farm Plank along the line of the a there is neither time nor Ottelina vetoed Mcnary Haugen Bill Earl c. Lion in my Busy objective and sub-1 Smith of Illinois and Frank Vav. A dive life for that Fri Peryy to Murphy of Minnesota Man. Woman to me is mysterious j in addition others expected to be and i of hand were William Hurth pub Lisher of a the Missouri f was before Lauder. Need two years a by Roy c. Tile internal j Chicago aug. 13 Toombs president of tonal life insurance company of j St. Louis was arrested in municipal court today on charges of embezzle j ment growing out of alleged mishap \ Propri Tion of company funds. The hearing was continued until it wednesday August 15, on motion of Toombs counsel who said Toombs requested the continuance it rather than a motion for dismissal., or. T cont is said he intended to investigate the origin of the charge against him and take action against the instigators. The insurance Man was released by Chicago police yesterday on Jio. Pm too Bond after St. Louis authorities a. Who had issued the warrant telegraphed word that he so cold not be j held. At the time of his release he was sentenced to appear for the arraignment today following which he j said he was leaving for St. Louis. Chicago police in holding Toombs under $10,000 Bond said they did i not want to take responsibility for j freeing the insurance Man. Although St. Louis authorities had requested his release upon his premise to Pear in St. Louis today. Engineers soon to Start work of surveying state basins miss that but met by Iames l. West associated pres staff writer Stanford University calif., aug. 13.�?up�?swinging into his Campaign in Earnest Early in sep a the two tugs to be sent to his Asj tember Herbert Hoover probably i hat Nee sunday. The Relief boats will expand upon several of the sub-1 reached the stranded liner sunday jets treated in his address her night. Saturday accepting the Republican a confirming that the passing presidential nomination. They will i Era had been removed local officers include prohibition farm Relief for j of the line said they were advised Eiton affairs and the development of \ by radio from the Mcnamar that ship at to governor shows intention stamping out gambling habits of a the Missouri Barnier w. H. Sette head of the Indiana farm Bureau federation Chester c. Davis former commissioner of agriculture in Montana x. Cav Erno president of the Missouri Cotton growers association b. W. Kilgore of Maysville ky., who is Active in the Burley tobacco grow it Erst association. As for the three party leaders the nominee will see later in the week ail at one time or another during the pre convention Campaign natural resources. While the candidate himself has not disclosed the line he will take in amplifying his declaration on the wet and dry question so me of his confidential advisers have stated that he will make Clear his position and that the searching investigation he proposed in his speech will extend to the subject of the volstead act itself As Well As the abuses which have surround d its enforcement. These same advisers state specifically that or. Hoover has by no f i by i the passengers left the i of clock this morning. The radio to the Miami daily news said the new York office of the Munson line was believed to be arranging Transfer of some of the vessels cargo to another Munson boat so As to lighten the stranded liner and facilitate her removal from the rocks. The Mcnamar is heavy with sugar loaded at Havana the message said. Were lined up against Smith. George j a a closed the door on the Modi i Tulsa. Okla. Aug. 13. A it j probably will require two years to Complete the Survey of the flood i control needs of the Arkansas River land its tributaries and report to. Congress. Major f. B. Wilby of Memphis to un., said today upon arriving Here to make a preliminary Survey of the Arkansas River Valley. His assistant. P. It. Frank a cum they expect to be Here two Days. A corps of men soon will be in the Field setting up the Survey major Wilby said. Gauging stations will be established along the Rivers j for measuring purposes during the j new within 13. The Ltd it a Orleans aug. Too Yards of the Delta presidential Plains where a old Hickory so me stopped the British a Century ago i a mighty Bon fire destroyed the trap-1, pings of two famous new Orleans gambling casinos Early yesterday morning. A Torch was applied to the huge pile of Dice tables Roulette wheels Slot machines and other gambling equipment shortly after it had been seized by state i Driaman on orders from governor Long. The soldiers cheered As th1 flames took hold. The blow against the two clubs the Jai Alai and the Arabi just aha the next High water period he a noun outside ced. Surveyors then will Start their swiftly. Study of the characteristics of the a streams needs of irrigation and j flood control and the economic Side i of flood damages. Six or eight men apr i will begin this work As soon As the proper authorisation is secured a j cording to the major a the real proposition w1 Are facing is that of keeping the within their Banks a major said a we have three Rivers with their tributaries Iii our project. The City limits was struck governor Long reached Orleans after dark saturday St. Louis. Aug. 13. Course of action to be taken by authorities in regard to Roy c. Toombs president of the inter nation life insurance company Lay in to i the decision of a conference of City. Tvito state and National prosecutors to they Are the. T. F Antis Dav land the Arkansas. Circuit attorney Sidener actor he will not show any partiality Ney general Shartel United states to any of the three basins but will attorney Bruer and representatives show All sections equal con is Der a of the office of the attorney general of Illinois were to decide the Tion. Of Progress we appear in the St to make More Francis Valley should be taken it will be Wrather and roads Arkansas and Oklahoma tonight Aud tuesday partly Cloudy. Kansas fair tonight and tuesday continued warm. Okmulgee a a Oklahoma City. Blackwell. Pawhuska a Ponca City Ardmore a. Mcalester. Enid. Miami. Brei Low. Weth. Temp. Road Clear h9 Good Clear so Good Clear 70 Good Clear n Good Clear i Good Clear 91 Good a Clear 78 Good my Good Cloudy 78 Good a. Cloudy 75 Good Titer criminal action against Toombs in connection with $3,500,000 of assets reported missing froth the company. Meanwhile the Fate of the company Lay in a hearing before presiding judge Kimbrough Stone who announced that he would hear attorneys for Federal and state receivers and decide which was entitled to take Over the company in receivership. Toombs was arrested in Chicago saturday night the police there acting under instructions from St. Louis police who had been informed by Sidener the specific charge against the president was the alleged embezzlement of $180,000 of the International life a funds. The insurance official was released yesterday upon a Promise by his attorneys that he would appear Here today to answer any charges against him. Because of that much of the sup Section had been vey work done. A particular attention will in the turbulent tributaries of the big Rivers. For instance a it realize that the Verdigris is one of the streams that does the greatest damage in this Section characteristics of the be studied new and drove six mils Down the River i governor to Jackson Barracks where he pre j sen ted written orders to adjutant j general Fleming to raid the places nearby. Arming his Small detachment with rifles and pistols and dividing Rivers them in half under commands of Wilby captains. General Fleming stormed the places simultaneously. The whirr of the wheels and the Click of Tho Dice were quickly turned into i screams of women and oaths of men. a Aback to the Walls a yelled the captains. A we done to want to shoot. But we Are prepared a a shot rang out from a sentry i and pandemonium broke Loose. But the several Hundred men and women soon were lined against the be give Walls and clean up operations were begun. Guardsmen scooped up $6,000 in Cash and others went Down thi line taking names and addresses that would make a John does Blush. A who is the Junior senator from Georgia had the solid support of his Home state delegation at Houston and also received votes for the nomination from other states. Walsh with the support of William g. Mcadoo and Many of followers became a candidate the democratic nomination but the it prosecutor of the Senate Oil l j quiries declaring that Smith s Nomi-1 nation appeared inevitable with i Drew from the race after he had run third in the California primaries. Like George and Walsh Dan is la a dry and worked for the nomination of a dry at Houston where As a member of the platform committee he aided in the drawing up of the prohibition Plank. He has declared that he would work for Smith s election. It was indicated that Smiths conference with the farm leaders had As its purpose the lining up of support in the agricultural West and South and the mapping out of an intensive Campaign in those sections rather than the solicitation of suggestions for the nominees acceptance speech which will be delivered a week from wednesday evening. Fiction of the facts obtained by the investigating commission Point to this As a constructive method of carrying of Ward what he has characterized As a a great social and economic in this connection however they he i emphasize what the Standard bearer for j himself Haiti in his acceptance speech that modification to permit that which the Constitution forbids j is nullification which the american j people will not countenance. Hoovers views As to farm Relief Are to be amplified in the address he Fli make at his Birthplace at West Branch. Iowa. On the evening of August 21, and present expectations Are that he will advert to this subject upon More than one occasion before the Campaign j ends in november. In his next speech that is to be delivered at a Hon coming Celebra-1 Tion in los Angeles next Friday aft a Havana aug. 13.�?�?prfcau-j tonary measures taken in Havana j against tropical disturbances in Tho j Vicinity of grand Cayman Island i in the Caribbean have proved in i necessary As the Story today appeared to be taking the direction of the Florida Straits toward key w est. The cuban National Observatory reported that the Island was out of danger. Havana aug. 13.�?up�?precautionary measures were being taken in Havana today because of threatening tropical disturbances in the Carri bean to the South. Apprehension prevailed despite reports from the observatories that the disturbance would affect Cuba Only slightly. The port Captain at Havana ordered precautionary measures along the water front and the City police department advised residents to close their Homes securely against High wind. Vernoon he will touch again upon it k ii>uiin8 1 us no by a f Breeze a a a a j j Nad baseball consequently Verdigris will body lose something new a want and. Find la Vatu a Atchison kas., aug. 13 a. Holt 4u, tobacco Farmer Laton mo., near Here was in jail at Platte City mo., today in connection with the slaying late yesterday of his j drowned last night landlord r. G. Goodlet of Latan. Saw club Lake near Goodlet was shot to death at the Holt Home. Holt surrendered immediately to Raymond Canavan Justice of the peac3, and was held of Ardmore Max recovered from Lake Ardmore okla., aug. 13.�?up j Atter 13 hours of continuous search Uear a ing Rescue workers shortly before noon today recovered the body of Colbert Harwood 22, who was in the Chicka Here. The body was brought to the surface with a fish gig. Harwood was a member of a boating party whose Canoe capsized. X Atiba Al Brooklyn i Pittsburgh 6. I Oak and Deberry Kremer Hargreaves american Cleveland __________2 Boston __________________6 Grant and Autrey Morris Heving. Detroit i Philadelphia 4. Carroll an<4 Hargrave Grove Cochrane. 7th and 8 3 8 i and 7th and development of water resources and probably will speak briefly regard ing the Boulder Canyon dam pro jct which he has endorsed and which is of vital importance to ail the people in the Southern portion of his Home state. In order to Complete this address and the one he will make at West Branch Iowa the nominee has abandoned the idea of making a motor trip to the California sierras before leaving Here next thursday night for Washington. He May be Able to get in one Day of fishing but most of his time will he spent at work in his study. Additional messages regarding his acceptance address continued to pour into his Home today supple i Hunting the 200 or More j Cei Ved saturday night and Day. He has been gratified purport of the telegrams came from democrats As Havana blowing and Large comb ver the male con pending the findings of a Coroner s j Harwood Sank but his three Cora jury this afternoon. Holt told of deers he shot Goodlet in self defense. It was understood the latter had gone to the Holt Home to collect rent. Pan ions were Able to reach Shore in safety after clinging for several minutes to the boat. Harwood was a member of the Ardmore fire department. Atoka Candida Tes Are seeking recount now Atoka okla. Aug. 13.�?ja-William Parker Defeated candidate for county attorney of Atoka county and Charles Maxwell beaten for renomination on the democratic ticket for sheriff have asked for a recount of votes in their respective races it was Learned Here today. Both candidates claimed fraud. In the race for the democratic nomination for county attorney h. H. Cook incumbent received 1,860 votes while Parker polled 1,855. John Schoemaker received eight votes More than Maxwell polling i,961, in the contest for sheriff. Republicans and rated to him that Cep Tance was Well country generally. He re yester by the which Well As which have Indi the speech of a received Over the sprung up in from the Southwest ers were breaking c seawall. The cuban National Observatory issued a bulletin shortly before Midnight stating that Havana was out of danger of cyclones but that there would be heavy Rains and High winds. The Observatory at Belen College Havana reported that the disturbance on the carry bean was entered 40 nautical Miles North of the Cayman islands advancing toward the Gulf of Mexico with the possibility of slightly affecting Cuba and possibly doing damage on the Isle of Pines. Dispatches to the morning newspaper Elmundo from the Interior said that heavy winds Short squalls and Rains prevailed. Miranda reported Hurricane weather with Short intermittent downpours. Held for forgery w. M. Mckellops is being held in Raign ment to a charge of forgery in the second degree. He was arrested this morning on a Warant issued out of the office of t. O. Cullins Justice of Pace Mckellops is alleged to have passed a forged Check at the club cafe. A a a does the report that Tunney will never fight again mean that he is not going to get married Miami aug. 13.-�? a a while storm warning were flying along the Southern tip of Florida today in a second tropical disturbance within a week a Coastwise liner with some two score passengers aboard was struggling with a tug to free herself from the Shore off Hole in the Wall greater Abaco Bahamas. The liner Mcnamar new York bound from Miami via Nassau with several prominent floridians aboard went ashore yesterday although the cause of the mishap was not attributed to the present storm which is striking the West coast along the keys. The tug lady Cordeaux of Conti inc de on Page 2, no. A few years ago girls wore their stockings out at the Knees later they wore their Knees out of the stockings but now they Are apparently just forgetting about stockings

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