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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 15, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIIADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1932 PIONEER. DIES OF Ranch 15 Miles Southeast of Ada Scene of Traidedy Sunday Afternoon WIFE QUESTIONED Coal County Attorney States Murder Charge Bein", Prepared Roosevelt Fires First Broadside of Campaign at Topeka, Kansas a a ***************** HT ATK CAPITOL. Topeka, Ka ti.. Sept. 14    *.T*‘ In one or th*- in OM t important wh**at growing hfat# a of tile nation. Governor Roosevelt. tho democratic presidential nominee, today out-lined hi- vh ws on the farm question. re_a:de<i uh an Irs >jh of the campaign in middle west, A rowd. * stimated b> national _ i.)rd officer- at more than 10.->• 11<    » i.rounded the Mouth steps of the historic -tat** house where Mr. Roosevelt spoke. A * * * * * proposed a six “fold relief pro-] gram. He called for a “definite policy of giving those who have lost title to the farms, now held by institutions seeking credit from the governmental agencies, the preferential opportunity of outstanding getting their property back.” th*1 The democratic presidential | nominee spoke from the steps of i the state capitol, where a few 1 weeks ago Vice President Charles Curtis accepted the nomination i for a retention of his office. { Near at hand, as he enunciated * * time -a a and *********** no time sought and does not seek such access to the public treasury as was provided by the futll* and costly attempts at stabilisation by the federal * * * + * equitable dis- duction and more tribution of taxes.” The democratic standard bearer said “the present administration and tile two previous ad- price farm hoard. It seeks only equal-j ministrations, in all of which the ity of opportunity with tariff president was an important mem-protected industry.    I her, failed utterly to understand “Third:    It    must    not    make    use    the farm problem ah a national of any mechanism which would cause our European customers to retaliate on the grounds of dumping. It must be based upon making the tariff effective and direct in its operation. Iud Pontotoc ***» t* i neel f i a bo hospital as Allot wound Earlier I \V an apt Funer Ii ii sba od ranch hoi east of Ilia atli the ambulance He dI• d about being taken to had been shot ti TIO- morning her attorney w w here I ll*- case the shooting ha vin over I he /* 'na I con i J lid I «* W I ti ll W ea I I V ii.11 i ll I /enrol! utv. baiiii! coni# -th v**ar# ago H« Iiicn I. t where hi* served! >1 ate- I Otllllii- - I OII e J it) territorial c< to Ada abe office after been est a blo office until election of Winn wa* •if Vita and election of Since then I 11 tit Ion to (it- law the management miles aou I be* st OTHER MATTERS PENDING Bonus Payment Expected Occupy Some Time on Convention Floor .un in a clouds sky beat down I ^ apicultural doctrine sat Mr. 00 .  didnt--    and th.-    crowd.,    ‘team ".at*. fPe»£ » , „ •    „»,{*'er John N. Garner of Texas, the \ li^tif : i    fee/.e rippled Ted. White    .    . ,    democratic    vice presidential as- a rid bine bunting of the urn'    ,,    „    *    ...    __ .    ipirant. .Mr. Roosevelts speech ** ' 1 siam    there was the first prepared ad- in .-sui--hi la I nominee    u[hlB    g.9oO-n.lle awin-' «-•'    'l!*    raimnis:>|..-ak.-r    „    „    Uu. wea, whlch    bef.all N i.anier. who M«.ko brwf-    on Mondav    whell he    ,elt J, *«»"    ,,f. I!?T.;    .    Albany. ' Ta.- -load apjdaud-'tl -nthu^i- leading up to his six-point «.-! ira lh    when    liooM-M-li ami pjaII(    |be democratic nominee de- Gal tH*! accompanied by Governor cjare(j. Harry ll    Wood ring appeared on j    ,.j    Wliut    now to state    what 1 ae platform    seems to me the specifications, Garnet    said    lie came    to pay , UpGn    which most of the reason* his    ri pectt*    ti)    • the    next prest-    leaders of agriculture    have dent    'it    tile    I nited    State.- and1    agreed, and to express here    and 1 * * show*    you that | wear m-ith-    now    my    whole-hearted    accord i t horns nor hoofs, though 11 with these specifications.0 come from Texas.    j    The specifications were: Hi* concluded wiih another pre- ‘“First: the plan must provide Roosevelt would! for uie producer    of staple    su“- pre-ident on the    j,|lls commodities,    siVh as wheat, and    tin* govern-•    cotton, coni (in the form    of be    restored to!    hogs,) and tobacco, a tariff    ben efit over world prices which is  -----1    equivalent to the benefit given by diction that Mr. he "sworn in as fourth of March to en will again the people." POR11. WD (.1** A demand the I niied Stat* wa- voiced iii national defense Ire Hep! f » increas* s in i army and navy i«* jeport of the cummin*'* convention VI unlet- I bulge * hut -ti*r wilt * VV ii I ll Mi >a ad. rid ti -hot (‘••al likely lea fit » bad etna cried r a dive istillv Iron he did Viny FII* CO A LG \TK. Hen! ('miiii v Vttorney Wylie today lie had prepaied charge for filii) G VV’I im, wilds' . r Ada post rn com till# "lone! the head at ranch ye Ste rd The chat ut County J ml * hrotigh this aft* and Mr- Winn en preliminary Snow -ald te Winn*, who year* avo aft* m en having ”f an mm* Hill**, but Iii** tiat ti I ** of Winn. ah than hi- I found Ivint on a b« a bullet hole thro An unfired pistol pillow l*r« x iou-lv gone to \«)a, told *b<N»tlng .• od sent to th# ranch, Fount v \ttorn**y ex ped * d VI I - VV . i m>1! .Ii ti ti- So o th# ranch at shooting, he sal prepared after red with Mr* Snow said I closed the sho apparently w VV inn - autem lb (now said I murder Mrv I*. a form-r 111 o r I a I tti roo u h count v America toda v. fie report r« commended that the legion adopt a- a national police th** questioning of all candidates for congress on their atti-t ude oil nat Ionai detent*# for lit# information of legionnaire*. "We believe Full Amel iou w ill ne\or s**ek a Wai and tital a war Ai ti n**ver m *-k a p * par* d America.” lh* repot I said "We believe TOPEKA, Kans., Sept. 14 — cl’ Declaring that the Harding, Coolidge and Hoover republican administration* "failed utterly to understand the farm problem as a national whole, or to plan for its relief.” Governor Franklin I). Roosevelt, .speaking today in th** h*ai t of the "farm belt,” planet th** tariff to industrial products. This differential benefit must be so applied that Hie increase in farm income, purchasing and d* bt paying power will not stimulate ft/nher production. Al list Finance Itself "Second:    The plan must fi- ftself. Agriculture has at‘"national whole, or to plan for its relief.’ Post Foreign Market# “They destroyed the foreign markets for our exportable    farm surplus, beginning with the Ford-{ ney-McCumber tariff, and ending! “Fourth: It must make us of with the Grundy tariff, thus vi-existing agencies and so far as1 dating the simplest principles of possible be decentralised in its j international trade, and forcing administration so that the chief the inevitable retaliation of foreresponsibility for its operation I ign countries.” will rest    with    the    locality    rath-    Roosevelt declared “in    192S, er than with newly created bu"-! in his acceptance speech, Mr. eaucratic machinery in Washing- Hoover said: ‘An adequate tariff ton.    is the foundation of farm relief.’ "Fifth:    It must operate as He and his supporters insisted nearly as possible on a cooper- in 192S that we were importing alive basis and its effect must $3,‘TOO.OOO.OOO of farm products lie to enhance and strengthen the, and that an adequate tariff laid cooperative movement. It should on these would be sufficient for moreover, be constituted so that the relief of agriculture. It was it can be withdrawn whenever a ghastly fraud. Tile truth was the emergency has passed, and that our farmers do not produce normal foreign markets have the items proposed to he protect-been reestablished.    1    ed by a tariff -they consume Must lie Voluntary    them. Tile ‘remedy’ was not to “Sixth: The plan must be, In- j raise his selling price. But to sofar    as    possible,    voluntary. I    raise his cost of living.'* like    tile    idea    that the    plan    j    Attacks Farm Hoard should    not be put into operation;    Calling attention to the    farm unless    it has the support    of a j    bourd    and its stabilization    oper- reasonable proportion of the pro- ations, Mr. Roosevelt said "tai rn dimers    of the exportable    com-1    board    speculative operations    must modity to which it is to apply, jand shall come to an It must be so organized that the , added "the effort re benefits will go to the man who j participates.** For the permanent adustment 1 of agriculture. Roosevelt    sug-, gusted a reorganization of the 1 department of agriculture; a "planned use of the land,” and re- TMH club EXISTED; FLYING FAMILV ON OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 14 -! UTI Denying there ever was “such an organization as the Al urry-for-P resident chih." Sid White, attorney, filed an answer (in district court today to the suit I of the J. I*. Gordon. Co., against I the club for $1.">47 *U> in Governor Murray souvenirs. The answer was filed for George A. Hen-• shaw, Judge \ L. Beckett, Judge R. 1». Hill. Ed M. Sent ans. Jewell Hicks. VV. C. McAlester. Col. Fleet o I Murray and R. I*. Hill, Jr., and said each acted in his lndi-! victual capacity "in the further-! ance of the interest of the governor.” Declaring he "thought that , ■ thing had been dismissed as to! "I wouldn't ■ Sept. 13 t.C> VV recked on the Hutchinson* Safe at Eskimo Village When Found by Searchers AIRPLANE WRECKED # Believed Trawler Will Take Party to Port in Iceland Or Scotland \ NO VI AGBA Ll Iv, G r e enland. I didn’t con ine,” Judge Hill said pay them anyway, as tract to buv anything." UPSETS FEATURE leadership in the end. II ulted in squandering hundreds of millions of the taxpayer** money.” “When the futility of maintaining prices of wheat, and cotton through so-called stabilization, he continued, “became apparent. the president's farm board, of Continued on Page N. No. 5 Smith Defeats Blease in South Carolina; Moses Wins Again LONG HOLDS LOUISIANA Overton Beats Broussard; Hunt Loses in Arizona; Adams Leads I n a n intent to im V itsenea oil peace un* and pe tint i af* fil<d with I:    Th    or    n    li ft now sa bt, wilt in* givin \ I Week. learned th# several Ii"! . had *" for k now ut \ * 20 fold We know amu iii *'\i fiery war It of w ar. “VY* a re armament of the purpose acclaimed ti world pear** which some nat ion Re a nation report that ' ne* ti* .ic**-loving and strong enough oc< til** peace. pitiahD small ;i t the st ii r t of er kent iii nut BEACH A, LASELLE DEMOCRATS IN I KILLED IN CRASH MAINE VICTORS i TAKE OVER DUTIES Former Ada Resident. Student Aviator, Dies in Fall at El Paso IN STATE VOTE d t o kited i opp** the I of economy •*ans to wa* un**. der Win attorn pa 1J u a mil cat lot act." will set tin I d**f* ♦ ndor of Hi nts a* Iii ii IO of It IH I sons follow* " g confiI •us# act tiring an ** ti op* t I* iii - I    <    I    nuit    Ttir-atil)    '"    Hail    I    > tates for j Friends of Beach A. Labelle or a an] were shocked today to b arn of about I His vamp! Wrest Governorship and Two Congress Places From Republicans I Congressman Guest of Legion Meeting Last Night. d "t w a 1 to w ne** in tti* f 1920 tto (ii* recommend and navy de hat con "tit met or > f oat teeth d'f if 1 M laid •i Id t VV w Th OIA was at * of th** i i:e was confer* n-el. ton dis •d Winn M vrniTt mn S* pl 14    ‘-I* HK “full ai men!" of th** bonn bv a vote of 21 lativ# committee « < an Legion c**u' * • Say. Th* resol prcn «*d by t I con solida 11«»ti 1 pos.ii" off**r* I Rimed lit portland, resolution mined late s wits appro vet! to 9 in legls-ttie A mer I -ntion hert death when an airplane which he was piloting crashed at the oth*' municipal    airport    at Kl Paso. Tex.i". today. Labelle, whoa# fattier. It. A. iLaSelle, is credited with opening I up I ti# Belie# oil    pool in th# northwest part of Pontotoc countv. j~ w**ll known here because of sex«■!a) years school attendance. It- ach i- reported to ha'*# been a si id ant flyer at the time Ore..] his death    He was    treasurer ask-jibe Floret    Mines    company pay I Hillsboro. X. M. HK WIDESPREAD EFFECT Result Brings To Democrats in National Campaign (By Th* Asworintwl Pre**) Eager for signs of November trends, political leaders scanned results of eight stat** primaries today, watched Georgia democrats go to the polls, and pondered still Monday s democratic victory in Maine’s off-season elec-1 lion. In the absence of inter-party clashes, prohibition’s Influence as an issue, was receiving attention from party chieftains In checking i yesterday’s primary ballots. In other sections they saw veteran office-holders fighting to hold j their jobs. - —.    I    -    -, In the east. .Senator George H. McKeown Special Report    Bolivian    Regiment    xx ip- Closes of New Hampshire and ed    Out    in    Battle    in    Dis- Senator Porter Dale of Vermont, . -p .    ewer#    named    by    republicans    to" puted territory    t|ie senate. Senator Ellison 1>. 1—'Smith, four-term veteran, again ASH LNG I ON, P araguay, S**pt. wag named by democrats in 12 t.P) —Paraguayan forces south Carolina ov* r former fighting a three-day battle with Senator Cole L. Bl*-*ase. Bolivians at Fort Boqueron in Michigan’s incomplete returns th** Chaco region "completely indicated the renomination of all bvach less than fort> miles from 1 here. ijeti’^e Hutchinson and the 'seven who were flying with him from New York to London wert* , rescued today by the British ‘ t ra w I e r I Ai rd T a I bot. Leaking gasoline tank forced them down in the water of Iter-"iik Fiord. But th*- plane was wrecked *>11 one of th** reefs which make navigation of th# lit-tlc bay perilous. Hutchinson, his wife, their two children and th** crew of four men waded ashore and r* ached th# tiny Eskimo settlement of Eker. whose few Inhabitants would have abandoned til*1 plac** and returned to Angtnag-salik for the winter In a few more weeks. Eskimo sealers assist* *1 them In saving their instruments and most of their supplies. The castaways were taken aboard th** Lord Talbot and Capt. Watson, master of th** trawler, awaited orders from his owners in Vberd*en, whether to bring them here, drop them at Iceland or carr\ them on to Scotland, of a the new pp! i ens* of of ot to ut ion mn ¥ WB tiles gun ti M*Mt #••’**#*> * !*•»*)> * uneral services f“t ii v *1*1 a ii Ada attorn Sand j tot w* in! lid an os- \ WI fter n p t* *1 to a\ 13 w posed tim**. Del states 1 mn opp v ri z< ta \ ti im lit I #'*11 t fr* fed tit 1* ti at tin** VV in di ■ VI * H OIIM will off! Btu iii celli* t * r) IM) MUI av t 4 •* I da W11 Connect 'cut. Missouri, S' mont and VV The r sol I presented ti* day * id Im »d eon the Neb!; I »• -la w While a student in Vda high school Beach established a st;iti<1 -tim at th** top of the scholarship ranking as    an    unusually fine j st idem. ti nail v ap I    Fnlora«l«*    I*.    Gind i11*•♦* was a \t’t*r graduation from th** para!**    ptti-    hiuti school    here. lie continued •jv ask'd Ins education at Roswell. N. M., I    . bonus, j Ut**r ta WIIK    his    degree of baohe- ■ ■ (|    two    ot*-    lot <»f arts    at    Colorado pr* sent t sity. Boulder. Col. His parent-. Mr. and Mrs. It. Lai** lie. are sai*l to h**«it their at* in Vermont at prosent. kilo Will - \esolu-;«*orgia. Kansas. PORTLAND, M**. S*pt (.IN Democrats elected a governor of Maine yesterday foi th** fir-t tim** iii 18 years. They also olect***! two ol the st.ii* "s d* le-; gation of thi**** In lite house of j repreaa mat 1 re#, Louis J. Braun, democratic {candidate for governor, had a j lea*1 of 1.4S7 over Burleigh .Martin, republican, with only is et I th# state 1;:»2 precinct!- unrepor-t ed. Martin declined to comment •‘until complete returns were tah-univof- j alated” w hile republican state Cuaiiman Daniel F. Field, said th** vote "in no way indicates th** national sentiment of tins state. It doe* indicate th** result Norman Howard post American Legion began .« \.'ar with the installation of its new officers last night at Legion j Hall. Joe Looney, of the stat** executive committee, conducted !the installation ceremonies which Encouragement'I'1'"-"" Kav*'‘    ,u"."ls    °! !.Vl\i" Jones, newly elected post I commander. oili**r officers installed were Vol Crawford, first vice com man der; Wylie Keith, second J or Adolf vie*' commander; IL B. Gaither,] prisoner, me omciai mno ioi one* I finance offic*»i ; Rev. Leslie G-    said,    and    bodies of several other | the house. Smyth, chaplain; street Davis,    I high    officers    w annihilates” the fourteen Bolivian infantry regiment and were meeting with further successes as the fierce battle continued, the government announced today. The Bolivian commander, Malad rano, was taken the official bulletin present incumbents in the Ionise of representative*. Represent* fives .Jess*' P. Wolcott and S*-y-. monr IL person, republicans, ap-] pa rent Iv had won renomination over Louis J*’. Gramton and Grant M. Hudson, former members and leading prohibitionists in I alin* wit in full adj >a \ ion Win! Center year*. % smiler, as a rn* He Ai a dau*. I tor, Lt VI rn, G Gentil, VV IUD O of Gut! w a I # and ii'i 1 i »ri 1 \ IL ir 4 lated ; ion ma ort ItlTi 14. Vda V!: s Win t * * VV 421 VV d Fit J I vv im Vl'DITtll. g* pf posing mc l'nlte*i <rat' <*rnmon! wa If by the A conred t ion VI •co. will ti** inn later , nd ur gen' rmeiit ot j rh© I tad j n a nu-1 mu#. an-1 end fl uht. jority re-1 nd O re..J ut lo ll op- J by th** | tviet I tov-1 rn ut tm IU# Hill at it# j , of local conflicts and local riv-EL PASO. Texas. Sept. 13. ;airi*s. a careful analysis of which CL Beach \. I.aSelle. a stud»*nt j warrants the conclusion that .a'**!, was killed here today j state would have gone for Hoo-iu an airplane crash at Hie municipal airport. Virpoft officials said that in landing LaSelle lost speed and th* plan** stalled and went into a K'in. In a last minute effort to prevent an accident the stu- rergeant at arms; Harold Con- th* stant, service officer, and Percy \ j mat rung. historian, Tile ladies of the Auxillary joined the Legionnaire* for the installation service. Following th** installation Congressman Tom I). McKeown told Legionnaires of something of what took place in Washington in IDI? when war was declared. He reviewed th.*' history of all . ex-soldier legislation and the oh-: stacles whim had to be ovet-icome before th*- measures were I enacted into law. “In 1010," the congressman "aid, “I w lion pa rad* down Pennsylvania ,avenue. It was th** h*>t dressed |»nd i-r" I so rn last night ami it derided to neutral cannot Nations re identified on baTt lefield. The cabinet met it was understood send notes to the tries and to League j some time today. The Paraguayan* claimed they j occupied Fort Boqueron lat** Friday afternoon. Since then the* battle has been going on outside th* forts, they said. Government officials considered it the most important engagement in recent weeks. Both aides were rushing ; reinforc* merits into th** wild r* i ion. thev said. Ismg’s Choice# Win With th** backing of Senate" Hu*ey p. Long. Representative John ll Overton was victorious in winning the democratic senatorial nomination In louisiana from Senator Edwin ll. Broussard Long s slate led throughout most of the State. Early returns in Washington’s primary found Senator Wesley L. Jones, sponsor of the Jones "fix** and ten” prohibition enforcement law, holding a narrow lead for renomination in th** republican I primary. He was opposed by Adam Reeler, repeal candidate. The vote was heavy and count- The war ministry denied re-J*,',, rTh.dViY^ullport. of Lieutenant Colon-! Es.!-(ini: slow. ‘ "l *    garribia, who directed the Par- Colorado democrat* put John ag u ay an offensive, had committed i t. Barnett into a slight Lad over suicide because of    a    rout    of his!    Alva j? Adams in the senatorial army.    j    race on th** face of early returns. —    —    —    *    j    Her# too a record-breaking vote LA PAZ.    Bolivia, >ept.    12    1    w*hs recorded. Kart C. Schuyler UP) Bolivian army headquarter,    Nate    C. Warm in Hie I republican senatorial contest. Veteran Governor 'I rail# b**s! equipped bunch of sold-j J ever saw. in 1U32 I saw i of these same men march th** ll. hi Met* md ay a chi d against and she Mint bond INP tin wa ti it HOL bv admitted IO have nee and hearing VV hi* *11 At the conc mg at Coal gall of murder was attorney's * id< placed in jai* lug granted Sh# Is "**id to firing the fatal *1 given no further no explanation at yesterday. vt Ha** hearing med that the ahi In Coal comity, charge was filed attorney of that < Mr*. Winn was county jail t h** dat* hearing at September 22. Mrs. Winn Sunday afternoon notified officer* and an ambulance service that somethin# had Cunt inn#*! MI Page it, No, 8 St* VC .it. malty \ * nth glon he: conventu exec ut iv * ditorifm. 14 GV < 10*1 Po ‘hies - th dent aviator opened Hie throttle but he wa" too late and the plane crashed with a roar. l.aSeL*' was tr**nsuier of the Kl ago Mines company of Hillsboro. N M. SUK SEEKS BIG OIL m RAMM ver at tins tune. Democratic state    chairman, in Hie    IL E.    F. parade.* John H. Donley, said th** vote' Mr. McKoOwn’s    to the I announced last night that would insult* “better government , 1;t, . ting and information which I battle at Fort Boqueron in the Brann, in a brief statement, saw 1(? gave the member* was highly • Chaco region was still rasing at in the large vot** it was th**,appreciated.    ;    f, p. rn. and that the Bolivian greatest in lh# history of his' joe Loon* y announced that the ■ rroops were “resisting vigorous-ttarty "a renewed interest iu,fii>f meeting of the executive! jy government and public affairs. |committee would be September Congressman Carroll    L. Beedy,) 25. at    Oklahoma City,    aud    the Ion** republican to    w in, led J year's    work    would be    outlined Joseph F. Connolly    by    . th< n. tabula- Lester smith, also of Wewoka. Ion behalf of the Dt-et-8, present- votes when the district lion was completed. The Ix districts missing in the second and third congressional Th**y said the Paraguana also attacked for A agua Rica nearby. The attackers were repulsed in two attacks, they said, although their force numbered 3,000 men. In Arizona, an early lead lots over the IL Hunt for B. B. Moetir took on democratic halve ternn George VV. th** gubernatorial • ft citations to some districts were ah* wher*' ad wet th* democrats goers, whose mo>t members SO they could not alt* r til* rtia go d. Or* >n toe. ay i i will * com milt' # wa- ie mss Vnierican tim* of left to for-1 con-1 \a>- I ti ti ti IIF determ- I »ccurr**d j murder ( county I Security Bank To Pay IO Per Cent Dividend for Coal ugh! to Hi u study ii tit preliminary | I Thursday.! OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 9- i 1»i w. J. Barnett, state bank commissioner", today announced payment of a IO per cent diri-,. > dend to depositor* in the closed 1 * S«M'urity Stat** bank of Ada. It th* second payment in the n. the dividend I Tie bank closed last October. Greatest results tor me amount invested—New* Clarified Ada SEMINOLE. Okla.. Sept. 14 — 1*^ A s tit seeking to collect 1732,308.50 from the Pinclair-Pralrie OB Interest# for reduction 'of three percent of production in 1 making oil tax payment*, has been filed here by A. S. Wells. Wewoka attorney, on behalf of Governor Murray and the state. .<i\ other suits asking recovery of from $3,000 to $350,000 have been filed. The oil com-.    . panic* have ben deduces !!>*!»•"•- 'or ""'-and-out rep«.l three per cent of production since 1815. paying only on 97 per cent on the ground the remainder is waste or evaporation loss. democrat, cont** of th** unofficial E. Carl Moran jr.. had att advantage of 2.42" over John E. Nelson with four of the 213 pri*cinf'ts in the second mi."-sinu. and John G. Utter back held a lead of 1.14 7 over for nut Gov. Ralph O. Brewster. But one weeks of ON HIGHWAY NO. I? twelve voy-I effort" brought the* hip up to the 300-1 juan that (mark jast year. final ou’ Cary Littlefield, former Ada tally. I boy. brought greeting* from post. No. 35 at Oklahoma City. Denver Grading and draina Davison arid Rev. smith als'* on ^tat** highway No made short talks.    , utiles east of Ada, is The new commander announ- j completion. The first of campaign j barring had w eather, the work about road is i red that an intensive is now on to get all veterans the world war into th*- ranks issue cam** out of the {the American legion, intense campaigning {      —- «* ---- of * of I The the election—prohtm s precedin Hon. All the democratic candidates DISMISS CHARGES OF GRAVE ROBBERY I MUSKOGEE, Okla., Sept. 14— ~ Grave robbery charges Wesley Webb and John io-i ..I-- were dismissed ex _ against Rlsenhoover at a was bank s Hquidati* totaling $17.87 Soviet Russia ha* Col. Hugh L. Cooper engineer, with a flock of medals for directing the construction of Dnieprostroy. the world* power plant. Now we ll nodal to anyone who can pro pounce it. The republican congressional aspirants maintained that the tern of the stale had not yet ***-» preHminary hearing at Fort Gib-pressed Ihemselves a> favoring j ^ They testified they were} -    {any change in the three-^uarte*    for    gold    and    did    not, presented century prohibition regime in thc!knf)w a graVf> wag in the vicinity. J American I stat**.    I    The    grave    was    that    of    Lizzie    I Martin did not commit him si* I f 4i 11 ‘u j (    i •,    „    .. i ■» m    *    et a s largest I to favor    the    party’s    state    plat- J offer a t form which    lauded    prohibition and called for -trict law Enforcement. I McClain, with whose body gold he wa" understood; reported to have been bur- Greatest results tor the amount Invested—News Classified Ad#. ze work . 12. six nearing October, will see finished. practically com-! {plet**d now from the east end to Horner school bouse. Only a few more days are necessary on | the cut-off between Homer and the old grading this side. Sorn*' work has been done on the first cut-off east of Ada. AU dangerous turns have be* n eliminated and the roadbed made 36 feet wide the entire distance. J. F. McKee!, state highway I romrni.Hsnon-r who is at horn** for the week-end. said he did j not know how soon travel can, be put on the surface. State money is exhausted, and any project using federal funds must be approved by the federal bu re#u of road*. s nomination which is expected to b»* tantamount to election. J. C. Klnn**•- Uvas ahead in the republican contest for the same of flee. I they flew 1 The gubernatorial primary in Mennor, on I Michigan gave Governor Wilbur I It ruck* r an Increasing margin in | th** republican rac** and William I A. Comstock in th** democrat. Michael J. H-ft. the state’s onlv democratic representative in con-{ggress, was renamed without opposition. Vermont republican# again nam* d Stanley C. Wilson for the Governor’# chair and Ernest W. Gibson for congre*». Gibson favored resubmission of the prohibition question against a repealDt opponent. Brown Opi**--**** COPENHAGEN, Sept. 13 Uh AU eight member# of the party of the flying family of Hutchins son* were safe and well when they were found today by the Lawler Lord Talbot, it was reported here. but the airplane “Git, of Richmond” In which they set out from the United States for Europe was wrecked. The party and tit** machine were found on land near Itersak. Greenland. The broken ship lay at the bottom of Itersak valley and the travelers were found at Eker. of Ek* rsuak. a tiny Eskimo settlement nearby, 3 7 miles southwest of Anguagsalik. Fortunately for them some of the Inhabitant* were still there. Eker is populated during the summer and autumn, but seldom during the winter. The Lord Talbot is one of tin* biggest and best equipped of the Aberdeen    trawler    fleet,    but    ac commodations aboard th** vessel ar* restricted and it seemed likely that it would 1»** «11 f f ion 11 to find room aboard her for th** et‘4bt castaways. The last boat    of the    season already has left Angmagsalik and if the Lord Talbot could not car iv them to Iceland or nome European    point It    would    be    nee assary for them to spend the winter at    Angmagsalik. That would not only be trying for Hie Americans, particularly for the two children, hut actually might    Involve    hardships    for th** inhabitants of Angmagsalik. who n* ver bai** more than enough food for their own beedi during the long winter. The Hutchinson party wa# one of Hi** latest ever to attempt ail ocean crossing by air route. It included George R. Hutchinson, who learned to fly seven years ago in I’hlladelphla, his wife and two little daughters, Catherine, 8, and Janet Lee, 6; ivtir Red path, navigator; Gerald Altfllisch, radio operator; Joseph Ruff, mechanic, and Norman Aile., newsreel <*a rn era man. I They hoped to be the first “family’*    to fly across the    At lantic ocean, The landing gear or their    amphibian plane    was discarded at St. John, N. B., and sent ahead to Europe to be used in flying    oi**r land again.    The partv left New York August 23. flying to St. John. Th** n**xt day {30 miles to    Fort Xntlcoeti island, in the Gulf of St. lawrence. On August 30 they fl**w 4 70 mile-* to Hopedale, Labrador, and on September 2, H26 mile# to God-thaab. Greenland. Last w**ek they flew from Gothaab to Juilane-haab, on the southern Up of w**re en route to ii p the eastern they encountered Greenland and Angmagsalik, roast, when trouble. Thev were fined for landing in Greenland without permission of th** Danish government. The government warned them not to attempt a flight over the Green- from Godthaab, to as Hutchinson pro- Mohcs Across the line in New Hump-'land ice cap shire, democrats selected Fred H. Angmagsalik, Brown to oppose Senator Moses posed. They followed this gain November. Representative vice in taking a coast route. William N- Rogers, a democrat, The party hoped to reach Lon-renominated and will be op- don with stops William P. Straw, was enroute at posed by William P. .Straw, cc-, Reykjavik, Iceland;    J**™? publican*.    Islands, and Edinburgh, Scotland. Today in the south. Represent, Then they intended to tour ta five Charles P. CrUp, legia- Europe. altive veteran, sought the demo-*1 no the cratic senatorial nomination. He wa# opposed by the youthful. Governor Richard B, Russell. Senator Walter F. George was 11 unopposed for renomination in .j(<ontinii#d on Fag# 6, No. 3) The “Flying Family” had cohered more than 100.000 miles by plane in th- last six years, visiting every state in the United States. Hutchinson worked as a caddy when a boy in Richmond, Va., ;