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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - December 20, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1934 T NUMBER 38 A column of talk more or less about the news of the time. By Members of Staff 125 YEAR OLD 111 ROOSEVELT WILL DIES AT MILL CREEK POSH FIGHT FOR red XX oman Who I raveled I rail of I ears In 1823 I aken By Death E Ti.* nation wide drive against crime is not ii*-inc o\* Hooked as Ada city and count) of Medals work to keep tin- lawles." eh Iii* Ut under con'sol in Ada alai Pontotoc county, I ivo extra policemen have been added to the city police tor*** during the Ch ti st iii a holidays, when more activity mean mer* disturbances, and plat! - ai* lad mr wot k-cd out rot a pennate ut increase in th* city for* * Trait ic lie lits at intersections of downtown stoats have been under discussion for some tittie as a possible improvement anil now a radio dispatcher to maintain contact with patrol cars, o \ * • i the city is up tot consideration, it Ada continues to glow, it is also coiny t<» lie n* <•*—-ai \ to establish a police court, thus separating th** duties OI police judge I To til t fiat of mayor, Japan setons perfectly willing to rain or at least dues md fear the enmity of tin* other world powers. The lift I-, island kingdom apparent!) will not ayre** to a continuation of tin* 1P22 naval treat) between that comdt) and ti real 11 n t a i n arni th** Coiled States You will recall that in IT*22 President Warren Gamaliel Harding called a naval disarmament conference in Washington. in that conference tin great naval powers particularly the Toited States, <Iieat Britain and Japan agreed to snap < *-i lain ships which were- then building or had been planned. In the agreement. it was decided that th** Toited Stat* s aud (Me at Britain should lime equal power on th** seas. Th* naval men have a way of fig ;i iou the equality of fighting craft-. bul naturally do not have ain wa* of figuring th* strength of the human element. At t ii e same ti rn e i t was agreed ilia1 vc Ii e ti the I oiled Stales and Brea* Britain have live ships. Japan would have only tin***** ships. That is how the expression five-! Iv e-t bree ratio conies in, Now tile lit th* yellow fellows insist they must have a navy as big and strung as any other nation. Of routs*-, Japan •■annot catch up with tither t Im* I oiled States or Great Britain it a rue** in wilt* ships were engaged in, bul such a race would b* *u foolish and so expensive that it seems Japan would not enter it But you canned tell what a nu Gen will do when it becomes war Iii:** or territory mad as Japan se* ms now to be. You will want to wa tell the actions of Japan ax yea r. % It seems that sono* of th** uncials believe that Thomas H Robinson, Jr., the former inn.if*-ot an insane asylum who i alleged to have kidnaped Mr-. Berry V. Si oil in Louisville las* october, is disguised ami going about th** country el fessed a> a w oman. That is a picture ut criminals that is gen* rail) foreign to iii** public idea of a big bad man. Mosi of the kidnapers and KHI* rs resent to different form of disguises, but thus far we* have heard of nom* of them taking on th* garments ot the* modern flapper. Maybe* Robinson is mn of the bu biol wolf t> pf*. lh VV Marland s r* v olutioii.i : > progs am t«* reorganize Oklahoma > state* government is developing rapidly. A group will study fairness ut cont rads entered into bv the* present highway commission until its te rm e xpires; i Me* state legislature will probable appropriate* funds Ioi relied work; t Ii e national guard has been asked to set up an organization to give out loud amt clothing whe re emergencies arise; Marland favors a stat** resource planning board, a statewide. longline big!wax program. MILL .Vi elhi fit Ii woman (I* As a a pens) follow*-vv' en t sis sippi Ok TUREK. Ok la Au indictiiie tm,)!' severe t! coint has be. n a mother fat ruling of tht * d now in the In c, I J j Kezia i Hotato, 125 year j blood Choctaw Indian , died at her home* near ■ mountain today. la ye*ar obi girl site rode*; over the “ t ta ti en tea rs .''J I by I e ( hoctaws in I s _ I lev wer*- e victed from Mis-1 tee lite land that is now Oma. Si* was believed tit*- et Idlest ' pet son in Mo- stat**. She live*d ; with heir only daughter. Lo aine Mohotetuly. s0, and had not been off be t- land for 50 ye ara. Half a century age) she* was a familiar figure at family powwows but she quit Iieq- social activities at TA, She never had seen a tai I toad train. Her hearing and eyesight was nearly perfect until death. Aunt Ke/.iah had lo ver be » n photographed. FERA Gives Work To All This Month FRS Seeking to kind Jobs For Unemployed Not On Relief Rolls Offers to Loan Money to Cities Desiring to Build Public Plants NORRIS JUBILANT Other Points of Legislative Policy lo Be Announced In Near Future PROPOSED TREE BEL! OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. lh. CP? —Offices from which the federal tree belt program in Oklahoma will be directed will ne opened here this week, George It. Bhillips. Oklahoma state forester and acting director for the belt program, said today. A. N. Butler, tree expert from! Michigan, will Im- assistant t<>s Phillips. Nine Oklahoma counties win* be touched by the belt of t / * - ! which the federal government plans to plant from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico as a drouth prevention measur*. PhillipsJ said. He has begun selection oft Austin Smith Signs Confession Of Killing of Lon S. Two Slain As Mob Tries To Seize Accused Negro Necessary Part of Homestead And Industrial Development, Declares »n Speech Gregory L PLANS Names Six Important Points of Administrative Policy When Installed do-t his Pon- 'I ii*- federal government i> mg it.- part toward making Th fist mas a merry one tor totoc- county families. Every person lis'ed on tile 1 Ell A roll.-, have been given from 2 to 4 days work litis month* thus providing some looney in practical!) every needy family in the county, 15. E. Hennigan. eounty administrator said Wednesday night. Th** inst two ‘lavs of this week employment was given to 1*61 ta* n on TERA projects, Heim!-urn stated aud work was to continue through Thursday, when the cilice would be closed down until the latter part of next week. The size of tile families of Hie work 11icu determined t loci (lav.- work * ach was t.i especial attention was dr t he mat let to see that *, on the rolls received at days vvoi i this month. Charles Hott* n-u in, di the* Ted era I Reemploy rn vie* here, has asked tis' t Ii** Ada Junior Cha inlier mere* in locating jobs hundreds of unemployed cd at his office in the building. ic I I* a rn. • - *♦,»!* of ut Fei - * aid of of Oopi-for the re touch with ' that the city ‘•iii ll** urges even a part done, --et in anti see to it credit for pro* id in for its citizens. Employ men: for ber *»* persons ha through this offict stein slates thai It* thai anyone ! a dav’.s w**. •i -.ii mg tv en gent a la* S be* , but bas of capable and qualified i still on Iii- rolls who deseiv aud Ii*- is anxious that \d ness houses and homes I 's J w hen extra help is rn ll* esp* cia I Iv want; to p touch with homes needing -•* nu »i-n tumid Holt* n-t uitll reds •r-O! s work bun. I lion* dc*!. I i'i x' rn help during the holiday seas Ie* has a number of effiei -ut > I co a od a r* 11 OU se Iv* badly ii* epers rn od 4* on bis Ii of eninb IM, Iii « I rom \\ «•«!iiii > Ada Commandery Knights Templar, night vomit l)nil% » No. met and elected officers g year. (fordon M. testimony of little Gloria Vanderbilt. for whose custody lier moi lier and an aunt termite engaged in a sensational court battle. The aunt, as you !*-m* tuber, was awarded ear* of tip girl for most ot the time. ti.** mother to hav« ber on weekends. New it pomes out that Gloria, when asked if she Up ant to* circles and cross ma; ill letters to her mothier to j* -note kisses and hugs, said that was what tile)’ represented but that she didn't mean tie ta. Ask* d if she wanted to liv♦- with her mother in the countrv she said ti* v* r. she wanted to alw av s live with her aum. Asked if she had lived a long tim* with tee motlier, she req Ii* *1 tis a I she had hut said, “bu* I Kl rd Iv * vet see her a? v -tiling of her. Sh, has nevei |»ee'i nice to u • Se* words *toui th*- poor little rich girl are • v i-denre of th, affection the ne*? mr has sacrificed for lack of a little a? lent iou aud find!) Titan ne ut <•; lei ,*w a sinai! da it git • or. 16, Tuesday for tile Harrell being chosen to head the organization a.- Eminent Commander. Other officers are:    Edward Davis, generalissimo; Rennie L. Moore, captain general; Ulysses C. Dixon, senior warden; John C. Barnard, junior warden; Dr. F. R. Laird, prelate; Wilbur IM Lee, treasurer; D. W. Swa'Tar, recorder; A. L>. Stubble ii eld, standard hear* r; Wayne Wheelock, sword bearer; AL Z Thompson, rn-; James AI. Thompson, COTTON BARTER WASHINGTON. Doe. j 9. TP) President Roosevelt is ready to loan federal funds t*) New* York or other cities for construction of municipal power plants if investigations prove they can be operated cheaper than by private companies. This was made known today at Hie president's semi-weekly press conference in giving his views on current topics. The president took up th** j sliest ion today with .Mayor Lu-Guardia of New York and City ! Commissioner Davidson. They have refused bids of private companies to supply next year’s (lower on the ground they were ex-horbii ant. The president said he was maintaining silence on his legislative program until it is pre- j st iffed to congr* ss on January 3- In all probability lie will not make the radio report to the nation he had planned before congress meets. Carefully guarding details ot his message to congress, Air. Roosevelt did disclose lie would pursue his policy of th** past and -ubmit a series of separate messages on specific propositions after presentation of his opening report. The ins:    message    to    congress will be devoted to a discussion oi policies and principles. In Keeping with Ins custom. Air. Roosevelt intends to make it brief. Air. Roosevelt said he was hopeful of an early agreement within the steel industry on the lit vv proposal for peace in the in- *i (Jst ry. Tile three point plan for maintenance of peace was not dis-closed pending further talks between employers and employes. There is no specific time ele-m* ii involved in reaching the agr* elm at. Norris Elated Senator Norris (R-Nebl, advena?* of municipal power ownership, was elated over the presi-*1* Ht's power assertion. He said the executive already had the authority under existing i public works laws to loan money for construction of municipal power plants, but that the fund was almost exhausted. “I don't think tliis is a bluff • ii Ii* *. Norris added. “I think th*- i resident really means w ha* he said," In response to inquiries, th** president commented on a pro-pos. I of th** Edison Electric Inst it ut* ten* .i test of ibe constitutional!!) o' the federal power program. Th** proposal that in* iit join in a test galny was rejected by ist rat inn spokesman. The president said lh** overwhelming proportion of utility Mocks and bonds are a.- sound us government bonds. The water in utility financial structures, he said, is in : inholding companies. Therefore. Air. Roosevelt said he felt it was beclouding 'in- issue to lump all utility stocks and bonds into Hi, same category. seeds and small for experimental 1035. 4* trees suitable , planting in i OKLAHOMA TITA'. Dec. in. .lb Governor-elect Marland outlined iiis hopes today for beginning an extensive flood control program in Oklahoma within tile next sixty days. Addressing a flood control and soil erosion conference here, Marland said lie hoped to obtain federal funds for tin* work but that th*- state must acquire --- |    easement to land which will be No One Injured, Considerable coveted with water. “There are literally hundreds of small dams that can be built, TULSA, Dec. lh (.Pi- Detec-\i tive Captain Sid Jackson said tonight that Austin Smith. 21, Claremore police character, has j signed a statement admiting that j he beat to death Lon S. Gregory, I 4S, with an auto jack. Smith earlier Wednesday said that a man and woman were responsible for Gregory's death. Smith's story, as reported by Chief Deputy Sheriff Evans, was that he and Gregory picked up the two, hitch hikers, and that the man struck Gregory on t he head with an automobile jack, then forced Smith to drag the body to the culvert where it was found. Smith said that he was forced j to drive the couple to .Muskogee j and that he returned to Tulsa aft-' er dropping them here. VOICE ll PIE Democratic State Committee Hears Emphatic Words From Women Members PUT BRAKE ON SPOT Promises to Recognize Women’s Endorsements Distributing Jobs in Damage in Blast at First Baptist Church (I'ront \Vrdn«***l»>’x llail> ) Damage estimated at $2,not) was done to two large class rooms and an entrance Ii all of the First Baptist church late Tuesday afternoon when a pocket of gas in a partition wall exploded. The damage was covered by insurance. There was no blaze, but tile force of the * xplosion. which occurred in the wall between the T. E. L. classroom on the main floor and the entrance hall, blew plaster off the wall there and off the ceiling of the room below. There was other damage from the force of the blast, but most to the. east federal pro-J said. “These j built bv tilt? supplement ing the gram, " Marland will have to Instate.” Much of his recovery program for Oklahoma, Marland said, hinges upon flood control developments. Subsistence homesteads and his campaign to bring new in-d is tries to Oklahoma are dependent upon the flood control plans, he said. “We can't build homesteads in most counties unless we have water for them," In* said. “We also must have water for new iud ustries.” E. IL Howard, of Tulsa, for- Loses Life In Rescue Attempt Duncan Man Dies When Plunges Into Oil Tank To Save Youth of U was confined end of the building. The amount of damage had not been estimated today but insurance adjusters were here to clock up on Hie effects of the explosion and determine the total damage. According to Eire Chief Ed Haley, who investigated the explosion. the blast was caused bv I „i,i.i„ , .    i    ;    (Maumau of Ins good govern a gas leak some place in th** partition wall near a light switch. there tu riled. mer congressman and chairman I of a volunteer conservation commission appointed by Marland, presided at th** meeting. six Point Program Ponca city, Dec. i:«.—cr, 1 Governor-elect E. W. Marland will be in Oklahoma City today for .. meeting with the county gas having accumulated and, when the switch was igniting from the spark. No one was Injured explosion although there number of people in the ing at the time. It is located Fifteenth and Broad wav. MRS. J, E, BERRY BF in the at i J STILLWATER, Dec. 17. CB) Airs. James E. Berry. 4 7. wife of the lieutenant governor-elect, was injured when the automobile she was driving collided with another car 2 1-2 miles north of here t Ii is afternoon. Airs. Berry suffered a wrenched hip and cuts On the head. mein fund and the members pf. his various other unofficial com-mittees after spending a busy day yesterday with a six point program of proposed legislation were a‘an<1 policy. build-! The governor yesterday also announced plans for his inauguration to be held January 14. The six points outlined yesterday follow; 1. .scott Ferris, chairman of the highway committee appointed a sub-committee of George Key, Oklahoma City; John Krou-j til. Yukon; and E. L. Alanin, I Sayre, to study the fairness of; contracts tittered into during the' remainder of tenure of office of I the present highway commission.] Ferris also charged way divisions wen with employes. 2. John Eddlenian DI NC AN. Dec. I El - CP) George Keith, 4 5, Ins! Ii is life today when he plunged into a 250 barrel oil tank in an attempt to save a youth who had toppled into the tank on til** Dan Ratliff farm east of Duncan in the West Tatums area. The youth, named Harmon, Ii is first name unknown here, had gone to th*- tank with his father to measure the oil which was being run from shallow production: being brought in yesterday. As! the youth leaned over tile tank. he dropped his measuring stink, was overcome by gas when i e reached for it and fell in. Keith, standing near bv, leaped into the tank in an effort to save Harmon and in turn was over-1 come by the gas. Keith's father-in-law and Sam Wilson ran to the scene, and unable to reach either man. be chopping a hole in tIi** Mile the tank. Harmon wa? J OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. 15. i' B* -Patronage under the next ad-* ministration and party finances kept the democratic state central ! committee in a furors for two hour:;? this afternoon in a special ‘meeting called by State Chairmen J. B. Moore of Ardmore. ; A highlight of Hie session was the clever maneuvering of the wo-! men of the committee who placet Howard Drake, campaign manage” for Governor-elect Marian i “on itll** sj of and extracted both an apology and a promise from him that women party officials will be recognized iii the matter of en-1 . horsing applicants for jobs. The state chairman, vice c'sah- j Anan arui secretary were dimmed,* |by unanimous vote, to apportion I to the bounty committees of ‘he: i 77 counties their pro rata Mia* *.* I of a tentative budget of 'SI 5,OHI J I to wipe off th** $6,600 deficit and finance the stat** committee un*iI I the IE)3Hi campaign. Ferris-1 tterbaek < 'lash Scott Ferris, democratic national committeeman arid Judge VY. E I tterback of Durant clash-, *-d over a proposal of Ferris that !"1 will be one of JO men to raise $200 each to wipe out the deficit.” i j “I vigorously protest against a Mew men putting themselves in the | position of saying that they had I to come to the rescue of the state; ! committee,'' Ftterhock shouted. ' Ferris said Th Courthouse Burned, Several Wounded As Guards Battle Irate Mob SHELBYVILLE Temp, Dec. 19 (.Bi A mob of several hundred j persons, two of their number already slain and others wounded, milled about tfce ruins of th** I county court house here tonight i as an army of national guardsmen ; hurried here to quell disorders j growing out of a futile attempt to seize a negro, j Fed bv gasoline poured on by j I he mob, flames destroyed the j $150,000 brick building, which a I few hours earlier had held t Ii «* object of the mob s fury a negro charged with assaulting a I I year * old white girl. | The negro was whisked away. clad in a soldier’s uniform, and j taken to Nashville. GOO Guardsmen Mobilized i From over the state 500 guards. : men were mobilized and rushed into Shelbyville under orders from ’Governor Hill McAlister. Firemen said the mob hindered them in fighting the flames at itll** burning of the court house. I Dynamite which had been tossed I into the building during the height of the disturbance plod cd tonight but no on** I injured. j Three bloody attempts of t Ii ** I moi) to invade lh** court house and carry off the negro were stopped ! by guardsmen. Early tonight th** I mob members milled through the j streets menacing any negro who : appeared. Threats to invade I he negro section of Shelbyville were heard. The mob burned four national guard trucks. Negro At Nashville ex- WHH meant no attempt j. .I at personal glory for a few lead- from the hole a few seconds’later1 ers and wit,,drew and Keith's body was recovered soon afterward. The boy recovered consciousness in a few minutes but Keith never recovered although artificial respiration was attempted. REPORTED HITLER I lie negro, A. R. Harris, was ■ready for trial Wednesday morning when a mistrial was declared and Harris hustled through the crowd to an automobile which sped away for Nashville. j I he first assault on the court i house occurred at 11:45 a. in. when only one casualty was re-| ported, an unidentified man cut on tile head by a bayonet. The guardsmen stood in front °l the court house, bayonets! ! drawn and tear gas bombs ready, ; while others manned machine ' guns at the windows. Fifty yards I away across the court house lawn ;and the street gathered a mob of several hundred. I At 2:15 a guard officer waved his arm and summoned the mob j iti an attempt to address it. At . ‘; ' ,an*. close quarters the troops wielded his proposal af-I ter which Hie motion to apportion i the budget was adopted. I Drake focused attention on women officials’ endorsement of job applica nts. i Early iii tin* meeting he said that Marland, while congr J made no appointments without v bayonets I endorsement of Hie central coin- i bombs ; mittee. -ll is Iii? intention lo ■! > that! The mob retreated with I when governor,” said Drak and hurled tear gag Alan Killed lo Attack some hiuli- lie governor the lean admin- M auric** Rose, 24, driver of the other car. injured and brought to th** hospital lu re for treatment. Rose suffered a dislocated hip    a no numerous cuts. Airs. Berry’s son. Frank, and five members of the .Stillwater high school band, who wen* in the Berry car, escaped with minor injuries as did Hit* two companions of Rose. The cars ran together while the Rose car was attempting to car. the occupants car said. j LONDON. Dec. lo.    .Bt Tire top-heaw ! Manrwess of ttonegall,    writing in * tomorrow’s Sunday Dispatch, says ! Adolf Hitler recently was 'Clacked stat** teiici j fr0m aj,. while he was living to. an no un-| over East Prussia. office Jan-j \ traveler who just retinue J there were j from Germany trdd bim th** tale, unemployables on relief the Marquess writes. rolls who would In cut off the An unidentified plane swooped federal lists soon. Marland said down from the clouds on dor fueli-state funds    appropriated for re-, rer's craft, according    to his eelier by    t In*    legislature    probably I count, sprayed it with I mile's would be handled through the I and thou fled in the diluvion He had been given information. bt- said, that the women of :It** committee, in a session this rn >n.-ing had “bullied me up to a nice crisp." til*'ill Pawnee, *administrater design: also was cod he would assume nary I J, and that fed** a1 Set up. AV oulil Head OII’ Riots .Marland requested Adin* Lit bunnia. The marquess' story says i: er Hitler nor his pilot w is OI burt General Charles Barrett to ! but those in charge of th*' realm pass another of Hie Berry FREES SEHER taut    _______ M*t up a national guard organ!-1 leader’s safety were greatly alarm-zation to administer food an inland precautions to protect Min Clothing to destitute iii event of thereafter were redoubled. food riots or other emergencies, *n arBele he also ays that ’such as Hie recent blinger march I the traveler, whom Im aid not 'at McAlester.    name, revealed that Paul Joseph ! I• Rep. Ken Keller of Illinois' Goebbels- nazl minister of mopa- ward- senti- \\ ASHING TO N. Dec. JE* NP* The G*-rman-A merman "cotton hart*- deal was reported today o hun- run into a snag, with its tutu!** it, doubt. On* authoriiv. who preferred not to b. quoted by name, said President Roosevelt was withholding a derision on th** transaction P' odin- possible revisions. Ender ti*- on-sent plan leo.OOO to 500.-oo0 hales of American cotton !<*■ bought by German inerrant- wit ii the understanding that J;.ss * omit y would tai * German gomls in return, through a ct * hit art a agt rn*-ut. -¥ Greatest returns for the amount in\* A* I X* ws Cia--iii* d Avis. Clumper Potter Goal It was emphasized tin* admin ist ration is determined to go ;tbead v ft ’n its campaign for cheaper power. The companies whose bids were rejected by New York City wer** mein liers <»t' the Edison Instil Ute. Joining in the White House power conference was Read Admiral Reuben K. Ijakenhlis, who condu(leu a power investigation 'tor Mr. Roosevelt when Im was assistant secretary of the navy ; during tic* war. As a result of that investigation, Air. Roosevelt advocated construction of a government pow* r plant in the Brook!) ii i navy yard it was built. Tile preside ut said he regards the power question as largely one of simple mathematics a question of whether it is cheaper tj» buy from private company s or construct one s own plant. I’ also was learned that the coe* min* ut has not paid so in ♦ * *•: its bills to tile Niagara Hudson Bower company since last J : ■ p* ndliig an investigation of v. Aper tho rates are excessive. Asked about proposals for construction or a canal through Nicaragua President Roosevelt observed no ii - XKUni Itta ily that is fat er years ago had inves- j I*-d in such a jtioposilion, 1 WOODLAND, Calif., Dec. cB- Tile “unwritten law way here today when a jury of ele- J 'asked Marland’s opinion J old ag*- pension plan in I the national government I pay 75 per cent of a Ski) a :,t' J*1'I mon til pension and the state 25 'en men am- on,- woman acquitted!”" cf,'t.wi,h the ape minimum Judson C. I toke of murder in th- al. C^ars. Kent asked for an opinion on til** age aud the 'amount to be paid. Marland re-} leered the matter to his oension committee, pointing out that the pension would no doubt take care of many of the unemployables of an {Ran<»a. Js in terror of being p*ds-whichion*d and nas bis wife, Ma:'.ha, would I brepare all his food with her own $30 hand: L PJI FOR slaying of hi- attractive wife' \ erse-writ ing lover, Lamar Hoi lingshoad.    j The courtroom crowd cheered; as tile verdict was announced. I With tears in his eyes. Hoke. 3 1-year-old San Leandro, Calif., milk I inspector, thanked the jurors and: shook hands with each. The acquitted man then Irngan 1 seeking bail on a charge of m-bezzling $1,S00 of city funds in connection with his job. This , accusation developed from th in- I vestigation that preceded the HI-, ing of the murder charge, attorneys also said he would suit for divorce. It was Dokc’s second trhC, A WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.—(RP* .    .    ..    , .    ,    „    , proposal for putting unem- ( U    federal rolls. ployed ministers to work    with an ni'ght reduce s'ate appro-1 government funds has been    sent pnations for relief.    lo President Roosevelt. 5. Marland after a conference The suggestion was advanced by of the federal resumes plat mug! the Rev. Carleton E. White of favored j Chase City, Va., chairman    of a boa rd to j committee on Christian education with the and ministerial relief in his    own j presbytery. I *i*og rat ii : “I want to apologize I > for not including women piny officials in the list of those whose endorsements will be necessary," he added. Atonic*! AAant Part Airs. Helen Payne of Tulsa, paying tribute to til** vice chairman. Airs. George .Martin of Guthrie, declared “we women want Mr*?.; -Martin to have something to say about these appointments.* “The women of the part) demand on** standard for ooth mea and women in handling patronage and in all party mattery" Mrs.; Ira Hargrove bf Lawton declared. Ralph Chambers of Fiche', for-’ mer state representative, was on 1 his feet in a rush, asserting: “We have confidence in E. W. Marland and Howard Drake ami I move ! that we let them distribute me patronage, knowing they %v;ii cor* suit th** party.’’ His motion carried but AIta * Della Quarells bf Muskeg*vice-chairman of th** second district, moved that "the Hon. Mr. Drake be directed to include the women vice chairmen ill his setup t< Ring applicants for jobs whose endorsements they must get." Chairman Aloofe iud i the mo-1 tion out of order.    i ! "Governor Marland plans to go through Hie county organizations for endorsements.“ said Drake. I “You cannot expect the state (chairman and vice rhaimaii to pass on every applicant \\ ho has Heigh Edwards dead of a bayonet wound in his stomach. I The mob struck again at 3 p. iii. shouting and brandishing; clubs and pistols. The men ran toward tile court lions**, which now held national guardsmen. They reached the porch without a , moi ** from t lie soldiers. One man seized a bench on iii** j porch and crashed it through iii*? t glass of (in* front door. The guards opened fire. The firing became general and several men iii Hi** mob dropped. The sullen mob then retreated for th** third time. SLAYER OF IRE andi to Hie jury deliberated 20 hour*. ’ tied Tim first trial ended with jury deadlocked seven to ii*, acquittal. SALT LAKE CITY board, announced he sue ii a stat** planning work in conjunction national board. 11 is | Leu j.- Time Highway fi»e 6. The highway advisory com-| mittee will be ask e l bv Marland formulate a long time “planing away program, which he t Ii *• declared he believed the state ■ for I should have. In connection with announced ans for the inaugural eight been endorsed bx I gamzaHon. Airs. AY. T. E boma City, \ ice ; fifth district int*- the county or- neriek of Akia* 'hairman of the rupte i Drake to CANADIAN. Tex., Dec. 15. hp Arthur Huey was acquitted tonight of a charge of murder in connection with the August 31 slaying of a. lh (Ace) Borger. The -jury deliberated but two hours and 2t» minutes and readied its verdict on the first ballot. “Thank you, gentlemen," Huey said as the verdict was read. He walked from tin* courtroom with his wife. Only a few spectator? were present. j The stat** had asxed for tile death penalty for the slaying of Borger in the postoffice of the town which bore his name. Huey, Hutchinson county tax assessor and collector, claimed self-defense as the motive for ‘tile killing. I    « I I ne arguments of stat** prosecutors and defense counsel centered about tin* testimony of R, pee ic J Officer Charles Boho “ironed out" his difficulties with an alleged crook in short order. After Bohn had arrested the 'suspect and recovered a flatiron I he was uIi*-g*■**i to have Stolen. the man started to run. Bohn : hurled the iron. Several stitches 'were required to clo<e the trash I in the uiau's head, . Asserting reports that there are “VT A*1 ",vr'! 1 u,,Ya 1?WBkC IJ’ Nowan’ Borger utilities off!- 20.000 unemployed    ministers'-    .at    ?. *>fo,!l,S3 taat v‘>« cia! and Hutchinson county dep- “must he somewhere near the I    n*co*,me the endorsements of uty sheriff. The defense vigor- fact." lo* wrote the president:    !    “ "omen officials ot toe party. | ously attacked and the state <ie- “ A ll of these men need an on-!    ,    _    .    .tended Cowans story which said portunity to work in their chosen i .    promise,    but    I    mu.    t    "’ant    Huey entered the postoffice with professions, but I believe in these ■    u.t0    *    "v    'r-v    Tom,    j pig hand inside his coat, engaged days the nation needs them in this t ‘UH Hari*v * at r'>,u‘s a‘-)Uf nnrcr«,. tr, a aam«i*.n ....1 „)■*. M because they will not g* t jobs, (answered Drake sharply. “Do    you J. that ought    to    ho used."    I    “T bftWfn 7 'j'0    and j ^    __ j    lo.OOO applicants for jot >    and j    -    ----4c LARKIN,    Ark.    -    ~Tom Kerr I    Pro*>ahly win hav# 100,000 befmra f. . .    f    t.    .Clarenc^    bought    a    mule    with the bridle w<tget throug!,r    hp. I age, chairman of the inaugural thlwn in for M at a hli . j Jerome Fisher, chiiman of,U committee:    Eddleman;    B.    S.    Isaje    looU    hnm„ fl,„ hri,n JTlllaa county, moved to pledge work honory colonels to serve on Mar- ",ork I land’s staff were announced. The colonels will be Howard Drake, campaign manager; more than they need rile rh is is a great moral force Borger in a conversation and aft er a scuffle, fired four shots int*) via back. Graham, Oklahoma City; Frank P. Douglass, member of the m-tiona labor relations board; (Continued on Page 8, No. 5) and left the mille. support to “Governor Marland n _    ^    ____ {his selection of employes because Greatest returns for the amount we bad contidence in nim when invested- News Classified Ads. I we asked the people to vote fo~ 1 him.” OKLAHOMA Five elk National park the McCurtain CITY, Dec. I Elco ws from Platt will be placed in county game pre serve in an effort to start a herd on the preserve, Robt. P. Chandler, state game warden, said today. ;