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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - August 24, 1937, Ardmore, Oklahoma Hennepin woman urges Carter county Send Large delegation to meet. Carter county democratic women Are Belnac urged to attend a meeting of the women a Council of the party to be held in Oklahoma City on aug. 38. According to mrs. R. D. L. Meek. A blatant chairman m the membership do rave Abr Oklahoma. Mrs. Meeks lives in Hen Neple. The Council is to meet at the blot More hotel at 10 30 a. And is to adjourn at 4 30 p. M., she said. Luncheon will be served at noon. Mrs. George Waters president of ithe Council is extremely anxious she Liard that Carter county have a Large Idel Gatlon at this conference. Conference called on impending labor dispute of Pine company workers. Sasakwa. Aug. A4.�? pm Seminole area Union employees of w. B. Pine Independent Oil operator prepared today to carry with them to Okmulgee tomorrow the threat of strike when they Confer with Pine on their de Ardmore markets. Ardmore Market quotations tuesday were to changed from previous postings Purchase Palcu being As follows produced a weft amp co., Pruitt produce co., j. C. Mullen produce co., Ardmore seed co a. No. 1 hens 4 pounds. And up 12c no. 1 hens under 4 4 pounds 8c no. A hens 7c. Pound old roosters 6 pounds acid maids for recognition of their Cio under 5 pounds 4c coloured dread Prague Rort Worth boy sent by car i and plane to Tulsa a saving Quot Iron Worth Texas aug. 24.�? Nee to a. Had loaned the de of its motor car and air plane Eli As the Marvel of its Mechan Quot lung to youth fill Paulc Tapp 23. Port a Jorth in his fight against Ead infantile paralysis. I Wen Tapps physicians diagnosed _ a ailment As infantile paralysis an Btu ache seeded Tapp to municipal it Ort where a plane winged him to Quot or it no lung in a Tulsa okla., Petal. A a is a University of Illinois senior i has been working this summer at Eaumont. _ la Armer mrs. Gifford Falls to her death i new York aug. 24.�?mrs. Poor ice p. Temple former wife of Walter Gifford president of the american Telephone and Telegraph company. Glued today in a fall from her i floor apartment in a West 57thhotel Buckingham. Her Marge to Gifford ended in divorce at to in 1920. 1rs. Temple later married John Apie an electrical Engineer. She As 45 years old. Some time she had been in ill filth and had been treated at a Santa plums for a nervous Dos Der according to her father Walter Htman. A Jersey City n. A. Mariu act user and his attorney Ernest e. Wheeler. Recently she had been living in a room suite at the hotel. Has morning George Olsen Mana of the hotel glanced from a win a and saw a body on the second Extension in the rear. It was s. Temples. Affiliated Organ Lauon. Roy Ballard representative Here of the International association of Oil Field Gas Well and refinery workers said a conference with Pine had been arranged for 10 a. In Pines office at Okmulgee. A a i feel he said Quot that unless there is some agreement reached the plants will be shut Down by tomorrow at a same time Ballard revealed he had filed a complaint with the Reg Iotla labor relations Board at fort Worth Texas contending Pine had refused to recognize the Union As a collective bargaining Agency. Ballard claimed 26 of the 3? Pine employees at Maud. Sasakwa Wewoka Konawa and Seminole had joined the Union. He said no attempt was being made to unionize Pine workers at Okmulgee. Ballard said Pine had declined to recognize the Union As representative of his employees at a previous conference. And he said he was pessimistic about reaching an agreement tomorrow. W. J. Trombley. Oklahoma City. Of workers Union organizer was Here today to Confer with Ballard and other representatives. Francois men expect to enter City before end of week. Springs. 1 i pounds and Over. 16c Pound leghorn Springs in pounds and Over 14c Feeke 3c Pound ducks so Turkey Toms 8c Hen turkeys 10c. To. 1 cat idled eggs. 14c dozen. Cream Swift to co., Colvert a Pruitt produce co., j. C. Mullen produce co no. 1, 28c Pound butter fat no. 2, 26c Pound butterfat. Cow hides Pruitt produce cd cow hides. 6o Pound. Grain Naromore milling co no. 1 wheat $1.00 30c no. 2 Barley 50c White shelled com. 90c yellow shelled com 84c mixed shelled Corn 80c Maize and Kafir $1.20 per cwt. All prices subject to change without notice. The above Market sources Are those Given the Dally Ard Moelte Are checked Dally and prices quoted by the firms mentioned. Kiwan Iansito visit Sherman Oklahoma City livestock. Oklahoma City. Aug. 24.�? it ply Usuda a cattle 2200 calves 600 one Load of medium and Good fed grass steers sold at 10.15 one Load White faced medium to Good feeders 9.25 bulls 15-25 lower dealers and calves fully steady bidding 15-25 lower on most classes of cows few beef cows up to 7.00 bulk 4.75-6.50 Low cutters and cutters. 3.00-4.25 a bulls largely 4.50-6.00 few 6.25 sex i Treme top on dealers 9.00 to out i elders 8.50. To packers Stocker and feeder classes Lully steady in Light Supply Early sales most stockers 5.50-7.75. Hogs 1800 direct 268 slow. Draggy. Mostly 25-35 lower on Butcher hogs today Stop of 11.25, was paid for numerous lots of Choice 195-265 la. Henday. Pranco Spanish Frontier Matig. 24�? so tinted advances by five converging columns of in a gent troops today made it said general Francisco Franco that Quot fighting in Santa Der province is virtually the insurgent chieftain s Salamanca Headquarters predicted in a Advance would permit capture of the statement that the rate of his army a provincial capital Santander Quot before the end of the government reports admitting in part the insurgent claims reported fierce infantry attacks supported by fleets of tanks and Large masses of artillery and aviation on the tightening Semi Circle entered on the Spanish governments last important Biscay an seaport. To Corr ales Southwest of the beleaguered City was heavily shelled by Franco s Palencia Road column the government communique said. Franco was driving that spearhead toward Torr Lavega. Seven mlle North of los Corr ales in an Effort quickly to isolate Santander from Dijon a Comisi durably less important government stronghold on the Bay of Biscay about 90 Miles to the West. Government troops the Madrid communique asserted were resisting stiffly. Torr Lavega. Heavily fortified for a last ditch Battle by the government army of basques. Asti is arid Santander militiamen lies Only 11 Miles from Santander. Insurgent advices insisted Francois men were but three Miles from Torr Lavega. Members and patrol to go to Texas for demonstration Junior Proi ram a i butchers while the bulk of Good a and Uon Junior program. 190-265 la. Averages brought n.00-35 vocal killers paid up to 1.45 for comparable offers packing sows followed the Butcher hog trend and also closed 35 lower bulk 290-450 la. Sows 9.15-65 Stags from 9.00 Down. Sheep moderate run at fairly Active demand at mostly steady prices the top again rested at �.25 and was paid for numerous lots of Choice 70-95 la. Lambs Slaughter ewes quotable up to 3.75. Imanuel revival swings into action Ardmore kiwanis club will Send a delegation of members and the Honor patrol of the Junior police to Sherman. Texas. Thursday to demonstrate for the Sherman club and Sherman City officials the Workings of the Junior police organization. It was announced at the tuesday meeting of the Ardmore club. The Ardmore Junior police organization. It was said is pointed to As one of the most successful affairs of its sort in the Southwest. The Sherman officials and club members invited the group to Sherman for the demonstration. G. J. Housley. President and Earl Brown and tide Cox were delegates to the Texas Oklahoma kiwanis divisional convention to be held in fort Worth oct. 10, 11 and 12. And Harblson Spears. Virgil Spradlin and <3ecu Harvey were named alternates. Charles Lewis assistant manager of the Tivoli theater was inducted into the club tuesday As a new member. Only guest was miss Clara Ross sister to county judge Clyde f. Rosa. Fort Worth Uve Stock. Fort Worth Texas aug. 24.�?usdan hogs 1400 mostly 35c quote revival at the Emmanuel Bap Church started splendidly on by evening a Large group of people present. The singing under a the leadership of Curtis Willams of Ort Worth pleased. A Booster band been started and All children Are to be present at 7 30 each eve a. There will be no Booster band the morning. Or. S. G. Posey of Austin brought splendid introductory message to e the appreciation of the. Entire Audi ence. A the services will be held each iday at to a. And at 8 p. M., with i prayer meetings and Booster band convening at 7 30 p. Each Day. The Public is cordially invited to attend. A Large crowd is expected to night. _ Arkansas truck Man is crushed to death Kennett mo., aug. 24.�? pm 4orman Williams 19, of Grubbs ark., Ewas crushed to death today under 3000 feet of lumber in a truck Acci Dent near Cardwell. In Llama and two other men were Riding in the cab of the truck loaded with lumber and being taken to Ca i Ruthers Vule when Louis Owens the a Driver said he failed to observe a Sharp cur e in the Road. When the i truck hit the Concrete curb Williams i fell out and the lumber Slid from the f truck onto him. Or. E. I. Gilmore Coroner said wll i runs was not employed by the owner the truck but had been Given Perdu a to ride to Caruthersville with Owens. Highway to dismiss 600 of its Crew continued from Pagona lower than. Monday s average shipper top 11.60 Packer top 11.50 Good to Chol amp a weights above 180 la. 11.40-0 155-170 la. 10.50-11.25 140-150 la. 9.25-10.00 pigs 8.50 Down packing sows 9.50 to packers and 9.75 to strippers. Cattle 3000 calves 1500 Active and Strong Trade in All classes cattle and calves 2 loads Good fed steers 11.75 grass cows 4.50-6.00 Cutter grat mostly 3.00-4.25 weighty Sause bulls 5.35-75 lightweights largely 4.25-5.00 medium and Good Slaughter calves 6.00-8.00 Eull and offerings 4.00-6.00 few Stock steers calves up to 8.50. Sheep 600 All classes steady a Spring Lamew 9.00 Down few yearlings 7.00-25 aged Wethers 5.00 ewes 4.50 feeding lambs 7.50-8.00. Mysterious lady in Black is faithful not to be overdrawn. It is against the maintenance fund that $4.689.000 in unpaid claims Are pending. Chi key had suggested finding the debt to save from 500,000 to $700,-000 by paying Cash for purchases. Quot the Only Way known to Williamson said Quot by which the state Highway commission can promptly pay said debt and thereby save. In the future the $500,000 to $700.000 a year mentioned in your letter is to pay said debt out of monies now in the state Highway construction and maintenance fund. A this May prevent the commission from now entering into new contracts for Highway construction. However the state Highway commission is not Only both legally and morally bound to promptly pay said claims assuming same Are Legal but by doing so a saving of from $500.000 to $700.000 a year will be All departments surveys construction maintenance right of Way. Purchasing and Laboratory divisions will be affected by the pay reduction and personal cuts. Commissioners agreed that All savings made would be applied immediately to reduce the debt. About $250.000 a month in gasoline tax revenues previously diverted to amortize 1933 Treasury notes now is available to apply on the Back Bills. Today a action had been forecast saturday after governor Marland conferred with commissioners and demanded they take immediate Steps to us update the department debt. Nya provides Staj funds schools Given Money to employ needy youngsters attend term. Washington aug. 24.�? pm Oklahoma s hug schools were allotted $285,000 by the National youth administration today to provide jobs for at least 5277 needy students $95,000 less than the 1936-37 quota. An adult local drouth Aid allocation of $57,000 was made however making possible employment of 10 percent of hug school enrolment compared with 12 percent a year ago. The administration announced. The allocation would permit employment of 5277 students at the maximum payment of $6 a month. However average payments in the Peak month of last april were $4.89. And Sunila monthly average would permit Aid to nearly 7000 Oklahoma students. Total authorizations of $8,156,250 for hug school Aid during the next school year were announced a reduction of $3,918,750 from last year. Drouth Alci t6 10 mid Western states totalled $310,650. Allocations for College and University students will be made in the next week or 10 Days the announcement said. The new allocation of jobs the announcement said will be made on the basis of 10 percent of the enrolment As of october. 1936, whereas the previous allocations were based on 12 percent of enrolment As of october 1934. A Chicago poultry and Batter Chicago aug. 24.�? Fly poultry live 1 car 45 trucks steady to firm Hena 4h pounds up 22, less than 4% pounds 19 Legrom hens 16 fryers coloured 22h, Plymouth Rock 25, White Rock 23h. Bareback 19 broilers coloured 22>,j, Plymouth and White Rock 24, bareback 18. Leghorn 21 Springs coloured 22 a Plymouth Rock 25, White Rock 23vi. Bareback 20 roosters 14h. Leghorn roosters 13v4 Turkey hens 17, Toms 16. No. 2 tur keys 15 Young ducks 4h pounds up 17h, Small 15>/i-16 old geese 15. Young 17. Butter. 10.572. Firm prices unchanged. Eggs 7666 firm extra firsts local 21cars 22 fresh graded first kit Cal 31. Cars 21h current receipts 19 >4. Ard Inore residents attend Coomer rites or. And mrs. Fred e. Stayton and Fred or. 421 k Street Southwest attended the funeral monday at Dallas of h. A. Coomer. Formerly of Ardmore who died saturday. Coomer was auditor for the Ringling Railroad Here when it opened and Stayton was associated with him in the Railroad office for several years. Or. And mrs. Stayton visited the 3oomers two weeks ago in Dallas and Coomer was stricken while they were there. Mig Hollywood cal., aug. 24.�? Al the screen Colony which likes to lid up mysteries puzzled today Over identity of the Quot lady in Blacks mourned at Rudolph Valentino s it. The woman not the Quot mystery Nome re who has faithfully visited film idols resting place every Atmas easter and Annalve by of. Death entered the Hollywood mausoleum yesterday and left with identity unknown. He original a lady in Blacks showed last Friday although Valentino 11 years ago yesterday. Inion City Man is Winner of trophy Vanda a. Ohio aug. A. Tabor of Voloa cd tar okla. Was the second place Toop tay tor Tat i Hooters pm �8 Yean old trap Root tvs Chicago again Chicago. Aug. 24.�? of a wheat prices Rose in cents soon after the Market opened today bobbed up and Down nervously for More than two hours and then lost All the gain. Buying was credited to Eastern sources and presumably was based to some extent on strength in the Northwest marketing centers where movement of Spring wheat was at a Peak. One report from Minneapolis indicated demand for every car of Grain received was brisk. Hearing pressure increased before the close and talk of big russian wheat production Ere i ated uncertainty about importers demands for the Domestic surplus. Wheat closed h higher to i with yesterdays finish. To face i 07, and Corn was it a off to 1 cent up new York. Aug. 24.�? pm a Gen eral sessions Jude John j. Freschl. J a a changed to h higher today set sept. 20 for trial of Robert �1� Irwin. 29-year-old sculptor indicted new Yos drag Ings Basug operations on the Sharp decline m the list. While there were differences of opinion regarding fall business prospects. Most analysts were hopeful. Tension Over the far Eastern War apparently lessened. New Orleans futures new Orleans. Aug. 24.�? pm Cotton futures closed steady net 1 i Point Down to 2 Points up. Open High Liow close oct. ,. 9.55 9.68 9.49 9.58-59 dec. 9.69 9.82 9.64 9.83 Jan. 9.74 9.74 9.71 9.75 mar. 9.80 9.95 9.76 9.84 May. 9.90 9.98 9.88 9.93 july. 9.98 10.05 9.94 10.00 new Orleans spot Slayer of Model new Orleans. Aug. 24.�? put a spot Cotton closed steady and unchanged. Sales 4606 Low middling 8.22 middling 9.72 Good middling 10.27 receipts 6267 stocks 245,939. In the easter sunday slayings of Veronica Gedeon Model her Mother. Mrs. Mary Gedeon. And a. Lodgen Frank Bymes. Quot a markets at a glance by the associated press new York stocks s t e a d a Isader rally slowly. Bonds narrow japanese issues mixed. Curb hug her ails in demand. Por Alflen Exchange steady Bella e t t o or. Stead i. Unfavourable Alna Eastern and Central Belt. A r quote .11 \ Ohio too a up settled hedge sell its. Air about steady. Lei to Aadi Best steers at Hick by. Supply. A com. New. Gina Denand pulled Stock Market leaders into a mild rally today. In another of the slowest Days of the year steels and spell Allee showed quiet strength. After a dip at the opening prices soon began to Harden and gains of fractions to 3 or More Points were soon distributed widely. The Pep quickly went out of the move and extreme and Vilces were pared or cancelled in a number of cases before the finish. Pathy we pronounced in the fourth hour Kihei Sofaly 46.000 shares cd Abs bands. A Transf for the Day were around 590,000 St area. 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