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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 1, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME xxxn ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1932 NUMBER 23 COLLEGE READY Flaming Buildings Spell Rout of Spain's Royalist Rebels CITIZENS REJECT BIDS ON FEDERAL East Central Expecting Heavy Enrollment Ai New School Year Begins INCREASED LUST YEAR Many ReqtiezU Cornin q in For Places to Work For Room And Board Trip .Made A* Special Representative of Governor W. "HL Murray J u<L ti] ed fill I un Wa * per tai rn fit a1 stat a 111 * • Moi iji t«*r bus d‘*l mat F. Me Keel, member t* highway romitiis^ioa d by Mrs. McKee!, *’©-iday afternoon from i where he w**nt on (ness with the govern->artmerits as a special ire of Governor Mur- Ei coll Go ■ ft' atra ti < Bae w i ber 2 > r» of I rm Chief En; of the him with J uh-** NI refilming dr City. judge McK self aa fully trip, but did rn about the result his confidential I ricer Charles Wilson way department was McKee! on the trip, lr ♦'ct to Oklahoma ■I ex pressed him-atieficd with tin; •t go into details He will make report lo McAdoo Nominated for United States Senator; Becomes Party Leader SHORTRIDGE BEHIND Present Senator Likely to Lose Nomination to Tallant Tubbs t.Vf f Ion and IO,: ink dan ta I d >iti ii lier re ti si tut ion atte! corn* lid* in lien* While it I- I ut poi defintt el V t b** ti un who will «n rn ll, ration* point to i large as the inst lid. lait*! .ear the anre of college Sept em Ic r to Ma; with an average of 1.4IS, excited the training ech en re aud extrinsic th** silium**• h** -ion w if* in « \e• •* ,h <if th** two suite mediately preceding, Th* i *.* ho ti t*i I*** 11* i e that ti lo* a dw n jim* in arend. th** contrary, there ai** a Mins why th** attendance (aiver than Inst year, th* ♦* are I'**h| I .OW First, Hi** low ©< ink, There Is no se th** stat** in which ex pen*© *»! attend than at East Centr t he in slit ut ions It it Last *•;* r there ency for students wl att**tiding more * \p«*f to rom** here, and t will probably lucre! great many students * d that t bey < .in et low * r r#*-! tflan * .<♦***«» nd. th** const a roads In the East Central lege will pro vt to th** enrol ess! biti tv of a large measure enrollment: and Central is far eat any 11 rn** » Third. Untied a fit lf to ‘ti* * til th* pr* (t ,    *• r 11 < * r M%i ti ay rid ay. H * ular1 early this morning for th after voting in th** cit* ♦ lection. ua r d. •dirt lent ¥ Bidi t II A J **r» r < tov* left ca p* char ter TEACHERS SEIZED itt< ft <1 1 I in i W JI mon end * in sar> IWC! it ©I : her *i -iv** at In: t hi <* I Ut JI Cl It th sork Is tin Jo* a Is cha st tend-b*en ©bool* lls tendency lh** since a have learn-* tie!t* r work I nowhere. nth imp! **rvii Hate a pf* *« lent ti instlt del* f1 ar** a iv- of T* I stat to I inept mad* PtJ I dada PT II in th** pa? th** coil* reputation .* ?' iiSji fad h* of educati a people rn in t he d**im 'Hon* e lo Ile th for t it stlniu-♦ r* , Th** iitlon. hi lines its to East than at is estate • trough and thi** t hat aper Ie •' Released Later But ( ar Driven Off by Abductors; No J-ourid MI SKOFF.!*!, Au: . 21 4.lh Two school teachers, a man and a woman, were kidnaped from their chis rooms at Woodall, Okla , today, but their tilt**** abductors released them unharmed a*><) tied in th** womans motor ca r. Doth Mr*- Leola Durban), 25. and Lawrence Fanell. 20, the teachers, were tossed from Mrs. Din ham's motor car near Marble City, north of Sallisaw*. \ppar*ntl\ the Fir**** hoodlums called the teachers out of th** achoo! and hustled them away for the -ole purpose of stealing the car, for neither was mistreated and th*- abductors failed to take jewelry or money. Speeding away from th** school, which opened early* in order that the pupils mig lit be free during cotton picking season# the kidnapers and their hostages roared t trough Webbers Falls, across and VK EJ I AN* TSCO, Aug, 31.— For th** republican nomtna-for senator 9.2 46 coml l et© incomplete precincts out of ,21:    Tubbs    184*729; Short - * lit,15ft; Frail 142,512; punier lls.272; Youngworth 12 I m2. For th* democratic senatorial nomination 9.257 precincts com-ph i* and Incompl* te out «*f I <».-521 * McAdoo 196,222; Wa rue 1 uh.492; Shuler 54,71b; McCarthy 14.7**',; Abbott 1 1.059; Huh* *i.2 I I. SAN 1'irANCISFO, Aug. SI.— V Th** lead piled up by Tallant Tubbs, san Frau claro wet, ox et- Si autor Samuel shortridge, for iii* republican senatorial nom-ilia' ion was being slowly Clit down today On additional return from yesterday's primary. With 9080 precincts complete .im! incomplete, reported out of Iu.521, Tubbs had 1 7 7,842 and I Shortridge 158.932. Tubbs J*iI* <I up a lead late last ni_ lit which exceeded 20,000. Early morning reports cut the dil!erat)ce to 18,910. I Other ieturns from the same precincts; Hep. Joe Frail 1 9.9,045; the Rev. Hubert Th Shuler 115,654. and Leo V'. Young worth 4 2,327- William (I. McAdoo, candidate for tie* democratic senatorial nomination, had a I* ad of almost Iud to one over his nearest op- Overwhelmtng Majority Piled Up in Opposition to Proposition VOTE 2068 TO 990 Two Precincts Carried by Proposed Charter in Yesterday’s Election Bids to be Opened on September 2 7 for Post Office and j Court House. in Wardell. San s s 91 precincts. incomplete. Th* nu i g h \\ \ i k a tis I iowa getters Wi s were b* St and hen mig country The Hell hen theil to the classrooms, telephoned w 1 urn officers. Apparently t carri* *! out «jui< h* * r s I* ji I Is, river brid Sa) I is;* w Whet the freed. Ft*- kidnapped to bin* turned bd int** Arkansas. *< ■ !ll * al children, alarmed teachers failed to fe ll ponent. Jusus Francisco wet. complete and vote was; Mc Adoo 186,279; Wardell *,7m; Shuler, as a democrat *;b7; Maurice M. McCarthy 221. lh M. Abbott 10.7 8 7 Andie Riley Ila!** 6,175. Tlie incomplete returns from tin* heavily populated area around Los Angeles made up tilt* prin-‘ <*i pa I facto! of uncertainty as to the ultimate outcome of the! Tubbs short t tdge race. short rid g** < forces last night predicted victory. Here are photographic glimpses of iii*1 brief reign of terror which followed the collapse of the recent monarchist revolt in Seville, fourth city of Spain. Buildings owned by royalists were fired by mobs of extremists, and about you see tile Seville Casiuo monarchist headquarters as it burst into flames. Below are shown some of tin* art treasurers that were i * moved from tin* p ilar* of the Marquis de Luca de Tena bef or** it. too. was burned. VOTERS AT ALLEN <1'root \\«*«li»**»»lu>’'» Daily} Ada Tuesday rejected the proposed amended chart* r wind! was offered to replace the charter which for 20 years had bee a in effect, piling up an oveTwhelm-iiiinu majority of 2.bbs to 99b votes against the proposition. The opposition vet* swept nine* of the eleven voting precincts of tho city, most of    them by    a heavy majority which early .I * * -, elded the fate of the amend**! j cha rter. ‘ Ward on**, precinct three, vol-1 itig at Hays school, gave sturdy | support to the' proposed new .chatter, polling Ixft votes for, to 109 votes against it. Ward 2 precinct    2. voting    at I Willard school, was th** other precinct which went for the new I charter, hut by the narrow mar-! gin of 150 to 14 4. Result Quickly Known When the returns began to I come in the decision of the Totters was quickly evident, and tis a complete report was availabe within 20 minute's after the polls closed tin* final period wits isoon placed to the charter revision movement. Tlie amended    charter brought before til**    voters a I outgrowth of a strong vote in March favorable to revision til [the obi charter, A board of freeholders was j elected in the santa month and I within a short time had set to I work to consider th** matter ol {correcting alleged defects in th** I old charter, which was adopted in 1912 and whir!), tis Indicated by the vote for revision, wa* 'believed to need modernizing. When the board had completed 'Its work anil submitted the pro-posed amend* d charter for decision of the voters, a campaign Advertisements for bids for the rnited States post office anti court house for Ada are now out. In another place in this isstn of The News can be found th** advertisement. Bids will be opened in Washington on September 27. The advertisement specifies that    the prevailing -wag* must I*** paid tall laborers and mechanics employed oft th** job. I Contractors of others can get sets of th* plans and specifications by writing to Lls. A.    Wet more, \ et i n Supervising t*ct. Was! in-ton, lh F.. and making a $25 deposit to guar-* |ante*1 safe return ot the plans. The building will be erected at the corner of Twelfth    and Rennie, on land formerly owned by John W. Beard. Th*    site was purchased approximately a ago. v*ar RESDLUTIDN ACTS W ant Compensation Paid, Ask Probe of Lxpulsion of \ ets from Capital. STRIKE PICKETS HURT IN CLASH Shotgun and Tear Gas Bombs Used by Occupants of Unidentified Car SHERIFF REQUESTS TROOPS Nebraska Sheriff Reports Situation Around Omaha Well In Hand CHEROKEE, la.. Aug, 31.-.P Every vigilante in the vicinity gathered behind locked doors todax to map battle plans in th* fear of a wholesale in-i asian of Cherokee by farm Strikers to iVenge th*1 wounding of i t of their comrades early todtt) by clin fire from an amdt united automobile. Th* > prtpared for "atty ©vent* juality and foresaw a crisis as J developments were moved sw iftly and tensely in th** holiday sirikv* for higher farm prices. Tie* farm pickets war© wounded early today when two mystery I carr charged through their ranks Tear mis bombs were hurled from th** cars and shot guns sprayed lead into the pickets’ ranks, s So far, officials have failed to id* ntlfy the automobiles sin*! can not « xplain the at tacit* Circulation of false rumors i that I he Iowa national guard was | enroute added tinder to th*1 In* t flamed situation. Iowa national Dr. H. G. Bennett and Dr. A. Urges Support for Democratic I against its adoption fallowed Linscheid to Speak. During Day I k it'- I ?! a ti .ling t \\ itll eat a hi the Bit o I'll J of a .id in of tot • lf til W ee k IS 4 * V * urn t* • * in' I -* *1 -♦ cl re ii ore oar! ca pa in! “t t lo < i ell to I) h eve ii t passim talkhu school not bin Th* was b« to I);*' bv far Fan motorist, to th*1 t louse st** unusual, ; .id nap*11 s, \«'d a rill* 4petit th** abduction was . James Foie, a saw th** men each«*rs on the {iv H<* noticed md drove on. *»u** of whom d, were thought night at a near- Stonewall has annotine* d ti Community Day pre ram tor Friday, September 2. which provides for a busy day of entertainment for all who com* . I rom Nominees and Income    "as,    prosecuied vigorously, j    that    later efforts to offset lax Bill.    work    of th** oppoaifVi? weri ____ I successful. Approximately 3,000 citizens of! Today the election inter* st count i**s parent I v had subsided except friendly "wisecracks" and (I rom    Dtiily) Norman Howard post of th** ;guard leaders and Governor Din American Legion in its last Turner denied that the militia meeting adopted two resolutions i had been dispatch* d and th** which are an outgrowth    of r    chief <* \ Avu    t ive asserted he be- c**nt developments in    th**    efforts    Hexed local    officials could handle was 10f veterans of the world war to    J the    situation. Fe1 j secure payment now of th** ad-j    —--- justed service certificates held | CHEROKEE. la., Aug. 21. by them.    m.F    Fourteen    farmers    on    pick**! In one resolution    the    post,    uluty wet-*    wounded early Unlay aft»*r r* viewing th**    events at    J by shotgun    fire from an uiiidenL- tending th** expulsion from n**d automobile passing th rough Washington of tit** so-called uh* picket lines Tear gas bombs Bonus Expeditionary force, Ruth-j had    been tossed    from    the    auto- ered to seek from the national; mobile preceding    the    shooting, government cash payment ol Sheriff Arthur N. Tilton amt tin certificates, requests that Congressman Tom D. McKeowu and Senators Elmer Thomas and T. I*. Gore conduct a congressional investigation of th** officials of th*1    District of    Co lumbia relative to the death of and    two ex-soldi era    and    nth* r    acts so    connected with    the    expedition, th**    ami of conduct    of    Patrick    J* un- Hurley and General McArthur, lie iiildren to til* ; row LEAD HY 2. IL ii. li\.> .it Warner; Nits. jit Porum. I P. jiil effort to head off limpers. oldie* I *• leman . tile hiltv border colin* jot* I WO I)) lard .caph in. w •art art * i I I H tx* tex. Th* at th* I bree t hr**** excite w hen from but a » wen W«Lodi n of -IS is intl roe 11 t! th* i ti \\ ii i\ d reuse* hildren called c na rat** ti •I I si- IEE IHHAICNEO IN ASSAULT CASE not I* WO did eau firers. Mrs Du failed to t. wore and of til* w Th a rn ike a Fan*! it bv the nd t< said dia rn I «,i* teach w hic It mer. Th** *n did not suspicions * teachers rooms and th** two children be-lephomd of- her captors •mi ring sh* s not robbed Late Returns and Corrections Cut Gov. Sterling s I cital Vote DALLAS, Texas. Aug. 21. LF M !>. Mil ii*rn \. i Ma > Ferguson wji'i leading Gov, R. S. Sterling by 2. erat ic in a Texas today. Foil com pl morn lucent rn ‘lit, WI I .'s'* votes for tile d* mo-gubernatorial noniiaa’ ion i ibnlation issued by tIn* • I**ction liureau at 2 p- rn- jug of votes bad bean .ii in 249 of til** 25 1 in the state. Mrs. F©**-t * * t a I was 4 7 9,031 vol* s, pared with 4 73.742 for on** carried Mr W a J W et i »e! ort DEATH MAK Cl LINE UP IN SENATE coinitial guson’s a- eon St* rling. Total votes tabulated in the g a n* : oat nj aal rare was 949.77 2 The last county In which count in _ wa- rom plot **d was Trinity, w jeh -rave 12"9 to Mrs. Ferguson and t*7n t»» Stirling. the small u ps. At IT o’clock Friday Dr. A. Linsc * id. La t Teacher* College pre-id deliver an address. \t 2:15 o'clock in th* aft* noon Dr. IL G- Bennett, pr d**nt of Oklahoma A. ami college. Stillwater, will -peak Br* settee of t in s** noted caters ami orators is expect draw many to th** day s pro Th*1 ‘outside’ program eludes races and J imping tests, grea-- *1    ,*:    a nd . re,is* * pole competition, a roping am riding rod* o a1 I :"’,*» o'clock. ; baseball game at 4 o'clock. | open house for grade j will begin at 9 o'clock. singing will follow, aft r Dr. Linscheid will speak. i Ai ter dinm-t on the rn md . ioj>« n house for high school will I b* off'Ted, followed bv t! * i8tffti**wall glee club. Dr. Benue ' will apeak, after win ii individual district events wi:    occur .un! * his*- -in ;ing. will include Owl F Ilion    Valley Frisco, Frank y * a1 u-*d to . ram. in- cou- it id; * mis G roup W ii ion Pontotoc and Hit re* ted Governor William H. Murray last night at Allen. He spoke for an hour ami a half to the great th orig and held att* ntion throughout. (ani r* man Tom I). McKcown stpoke briefly before the governor j aud told of the attempts of congress to correct the Ills of til** farmers and others, He made an: appeal for th* Democratic ticket' for this fall.    I Otto Strickland, representative' from this county, was master of , ceremonies and introduced the streakers. Governor Murray endorsed Jack Walton, Democratic nominee for corporation coal mi--ion* r, and advocated the election of th*1 national Democratic ticket. Tilt* governor appealed for support for th* income tax law w hich ha< be* n initiated and Which may be voted on this fall. After th** speaking, the governor drove back to Oklahoma City last night. their j meat, I apter I he amended chat ter proposal, wit ti its change in form of govern-is in the discord, •~«te..........— *rs BELUS HEB BHS BUG RECORD SIZE HENRYETTA. Aug. 27 bpt-Mrs, (). VV. Meacbam. pioneer of Henry* ! ta, has completed a ra rug which she believes to be iii**! largest in ttie* world. Having r< ad several months' ago of a rag rug own* d by j Richard Barth* Im* ss, th** movie t >tar, which was said to be til© world's largest,    Mead. im ' s*»t about to beat that r * cord. Her completed \v*»rk is 9 by 12 t**ar was man and I he and fed. It M is. I will the is th*1 tw* Meachatn be g i n at • i>.e of the rn. I {then community ! District events |Fr*»k. Ab losO, , Pleasant Hill. BERRIE CASE FOUND ll ii Mi T» I E IL I ll lh lh [ti* JU t rand I tor 26. connect t ttrkev - F d**f \jt* mar Dem d in ii } * 4 I left o! \V \FHlNGTON, The death today of < * man made the qu* ate 0* ganization in g t**ss dependent upt tainti s of the Tutu Waterman » deatl R*p,iblican majority ti*1 with the D* stands now*, tit have 4 7 members 47, and ll Labor rn* rn assoin. The pro that the ll control the Colorado D t* asor to for the tug. 27. P S* nator Wat-« -t Ion of sen-the next concn the uncer-i re * ti reduced the one to a no* ’“.its As it Republicans the Democrats is on** Ka micron-’* ad of Min ed was, however, u bl leans might still senate even if the ioerats chose a suc-Waternun in November bort-term between De- HONORS AT A. & M. Ray Chamberlain has just been notified by the A. and M. coll* -e, Stillwater, that he made the highest grade of all students in that institution studying architecture last term, his grade being 1.8378. This high honor entitles him to a special scholarship given by a Mr. Ingham, carrying $100 in cash to be applied on his expenses next term. On ma id. Jess**, Burrow ■all of which, with the * I Of Lula, transfer high ><* -dents to Stonewall its ti i solida* ion prog r am. and LU.a xr*‘pt ion tool Slues*’ coe- Friz* s will be vidua I and class {•tis© to the larg* * ut. given in «n ev* nts, ami st family p: .li ft BYNG HURLER HAS NO-BIT GAME NOW \ r, C. Ra> Byng Oilers, I. la it I ave r the da> afternoon thews, who pi run gam* ag. t Till ju •day w%» i performance of Artha ohed a no-hit, t inst Fat ley. Bv I-Sun-Mat- w inning I ..ll st I wo-hit I: o bi i ll g List bal 13 to I Next Til |»ela lt> nj. 7 to 0 Friday game the I os. f of th* Friday and Bow** inst uin Byng aril Frond* pitched a Francis, i until th© Byng iron i play the team* at c« mb* r and rn vt March 4. Senator Shlpstead voted with the Republicans on organization last t> rm and if be side* w ith them again the result would be | a tie, 4 v to 4 8. Yiee President “urtis would ca-t the deciding vote and there Is no doubt as to t which party he would support. j On the other hand, Shipstead might join the Democrats for or- j ganization purpos-w. In that event * said and lf the Democrats were SUO-1 dent * mdti) In Colorado, they would organize the next Senate for they { would have 49 votes to 4 7 for Fie Republicans. TRIEB AI THIRD I ST. LOLIS, Aug. 2T-.P-* •* Pepper*' Martin, whoso -ensa-jtional batting in the world series I last fall won him fame over-i night, may he moved in closer I to the spectators. OKLA. CITY, Aug. 29—LF1—j Gabby Street, manager of ii The report on th** Murray Income St. Louis Cardinals, -hi-r-d M tax initiative proposal being tin from center field lo third drawn up by th** citizens league base yesterday in a I* - of was being rounde d out today by Iperim* att” designed to -it ngth-©mployes of the organization af-1 en Fie world champions* <!**:* liter the* hail work* d all day Sun-J sive play. day and much of the night.    I Ned Looney, league attorney, j    Sparky Mrs Krn IEE Aug. 2 ti L—(.B— A "^uii ride not was brc night to di tv im if) t! ■ie I tab • as con ols fight Rev. A. j; !ert rim char u* ii with rn u rd© r * of his fir st wife, Claiming : th e y had found the rn Me in t a f ami Bi hie ii t the IJer- ri • hot deft *nsi p attorn **ys filed a SUPP Tem* *ntal petition asking ; fc >r th* t* 51 !-> **• Ar old pas tor s re- I * fs Ii S < ‘ fret ii it iii. The first Mrs. Ti errie aile _**d! >* 1 was poi- oned. J udi :** E n lo* V . Vernoi , who re- c* ntly den i* d Mi r. Berri* * release on bai I, in a i1 ire) ► iou ss Eia Fleas Cor pi as ac lion, Set th ie hearir fu for IO nty-sixth ra hill4 made.    she once on anotlier one she has just 'completed to be exhibited next ♦ year at the Century of Progress exposition at Chicago. Friends here will furnish th* rags,    Mrs.    Meachatn doing    ; *1 the work. i She    will    send the first    rug to Mrs. L. IL Powell of Wieoita, Kau. two ex-soldiers connected with ami of conduct Hurl* v and General Tinted States official army in enforcing Ord point *>f bayonets. Investigation is also to lite death of a 12 . baby alleged to have Washington hospital as ;exposure to effects of gas bombs; th** baby Child of an ex-service | Ie gin Bn ii i re. Th* second resolution stales; the position of th** local post in regard to the cash payment ot the adjusted certificates. It says in part, "Whereas, we are aware that th** war contractors, railroads, federal employe-' **^ and all other persons or firms working for the government of th*' United States during the list! world war, exempt the soldiers, sailors and marines, were paid th**ir adjusted pay immediately) at the dose of this war, and "Whereas, we feel that fhl1-<b*bt in the form of an adjusted service Certificate, which all exsoldi* is hold against th** gov-, eminent, should have been paid at the tint© the war closed and at the time th** civil persons and corporations were paid, off "When it -.    w<*    feel that this debt is long past due and unpaid end that the government of the Toited stat*.- should pay same in full, and "Whereas, we and all int* rest charged against 'cates should he that the world County Attorney R. G. Rodman of Cherokee began an investigation of the Int est violence in the drive of Iowa farmers to withhold farm produce from markets for higher prices. Tear gas was said by deputies to have been thrown front a car which drove pant t ii** picket outpost on highway 31. An ©centile car then fired into t group with a shotgun, ti.** men, oty»c**rs wert* | pant of and th** ti),, pick) at th© j wound!©; j told. sought in* | Their injuries were believed to weeks old ! h* minor, died in a; Th** shooting occurred at th** remit of;same outpost at which a woman suffered back injuries yesterday \vh*n logs were thrown in front of a car in which she w’as riding. fe< I that any which may he these certif i-cancelled and war veterans be Roads hi Omaha 0|**t) OMAHA. Neb.. Aug. 31. A .'lh Sheriff Charles McDonald of Douglas county, today said"thet** was not a slngh farmer picket on the highways of Douglas county this morning." Th** sheriff, following orders of Governor Charles Bryan and Mayor R. L. Metcalfe, las! night broke up ail picket »*ampH in th*1 county without violence. Rain and eo’d made the Jot) ea*d> r last night. Th* farmers strik* movement roiled into Samplers county, Nebraska early today and Sheriff L. I). Mengel was called from bed to helj> trucks, which had been stopped near Yutan. ll** succeeded in getting the [trucks through two crowds of pickets, although experiencing considerable difficulty. More than !200 men attempted to blockade the highway. ; .stat** Sheriff M. L. Endfes urged Men gel to put on special deputies, warning him that "toe roads must be kept clear." BILL UNDER FIRE CLE VELA NO. Ohio Jimmie Haizlip. transcontinental speed king, can sing as well as go places In a hurry. "You should hear him in the hath tub," aa>* hic wile, "He saiga beautifully." Adams, suffering frer.i John Carlock, league presi-Un injured knee, recently vol roof Ardmore, would be here Bari iv retired for th** sea^n, Wednesday for a conferenqp to {cr* alin _ t e big problem *B-det» rmine the next step in the Ming his place at third. Martin fight to keep the proposal off the'had little chance to show ,»s ballat.    jtitne.-s for third ba-* in tire Inspection of signatures on the doubleheader against the Repetitions was completed last week|lyn Dodgers yesterday, getting, before VV. D. French, supreme only two chances—on** when I.** court referee. The league has!caught a line diiv* and th* oliv ia p. m, tomorrow. T * not* t * .n!: "I am find of Lf*:-. I* i~ not worth the effort. Goodby* forever. Fannie." I,-— Fan two months after Y„r>. Fannie Berri** die *1, th** pastor married Ida Bess Brl-bt, 19-:Vear old Sunday school teacher in this tabernacle. The I ymn wri’ing minister at fir.-? ask* d release on th** ground that j.roof fit the alleged crime had not be**n produced. His wife died after she swallowed a capsule during a chore i service. During a grand jury in-| ve«tication verses allegedly writ-. ten to the cirl by Mr. Bervie were read to th** jury which subse-<i«i- ntly indict* d the pastor on a | murder charge. ; Attorneys revealed they would • attempt to prove tomorrow that the longhand in which the "sui-; ride not* ' was written was that! OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 27 -T a meeting of Oklahoma county farmers to form a county unit of the farmer’s holiday association will he Yield next week, Ed Reger of Bethany announced today* Reger Is vice president of the state organization and president of the farmers* union in this IL L. Richard, Kiowa is president of the Ok-a-'Ociat ion, and E. 0* Durant, is secretary.- given th*- full face value their certificates," The post go* s on record favor of full payment *gand cenation of Interest. or in can- ll KILLED IN DF G0L0RAD0 DEAU county. county, la ho ma White, treasurer. Lett* rs ere being counties a.-ked that held and county WASHINGTON. Aug. 27 V - Charles Winfield Waterman, Fulled .States .Senator from Colorado, died here early today after a long illness. At his bedrid* in their apartment home    in the    Ward man sent to    all    Park hotel    was Mrs meetings    be    and a Close    personal organization* roy x Clark of Denver. SAHA KWA, Okla., Aug. 29 — ! LITT WO Sa sa k va men were killed and three other persons injured, non** seriously, late last night wha n an automobile crashed into ti «* rear end of a truck at an intersection eight miles south of Wewoka. Those killed were O. E. Barber, 41, oil company employe, and Jack Reeves, 38. Th*- injured ar** Mrs. Harber and her effected. Each county send five delegates to here, September 8. * group will a meeting , OKLA. CITY. Aug. 31 —UP*— — An Oklahoma City-Norman interurban car struck an automobile late yesterday, killing George M. Parker, 77, pioneer city contractor, and his negro companion, Isaac Curry. » SPIRO, Okla of th* first Mf'. Berri©. They will, L#ifIore county tproduce other writing to be in th** note, Aug. 31—LF — officers today Waterman, a republican, was just completing a 6-year term in the -enate which began March 4. 1 927. He was TI yeara old and had no children. I The .senator had been in ill-health for over two years but until rec‘*nt mon! us kept to his duties. He was a member of five committees of the senate: Judiciary Privileges and Elections, and I Enrolled Bills. He served as two sons, Jewel, 14. and Truby, 12. t The automobile in which the Waterman; Harbor family and Reeves were friend, El- riding struck the truck, driven by Ham Burris, as it headed north from the intersection into the main highway. Kl* NE IM Ii SER'It KS SET FOR JUDGE RltEWER OKLA. CITY, Aug. 29 —TP)— Funeral services will he held tomorrow for Judge Phil D. Brewer, former presiding judge of the ..    „    .    .    ,    Oklahoma Supreme Court Com- Naval Affair^. at*^-nts, : mission and former Arkansas legislator. Judge Brewer, 71 alleged the petitions lack dent valid signatures. surfi er when he accepted a throw retire a runner at third. to -------  „      -    years    old,    died at his home here P* cimeas of her gou?ht E E King 23# gplr0t .chairman of the last.    (yesterday. for th- dice game killing of Ben* Waterman won a wide repute-1    wag    elected    to    the Arkan- Hunt, 37. Des Arc, Ark. Hunt, lion a^ an attorney for such J Groa-«t r*»*i.Tu for ne amount: »;=<*    «*,•*«**• *»*? In a    ■ '^rT^min^ro'" Invested—X» wa Classified Ad,. | Phelan a ottlee here Utej-w- .jKar^fompao, and numerous 9 IfcTuay©    * compared with that *- was gas legislature moving became in 1891, later re-to McAlester, where he Superior Court Judge. ;