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12 Dec 1932

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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Ardmore, Oklahoma Telling the world about Southern Oklahoma. Telling Quot Southern Oklahoma about the world. A Southern Oklahoma a greatest newspaper vol. 40 no. 39 establish by october 28, 1893 Ardmore Oklahoma monday december 12, 1932 associated press Hep sub a eight Page six Kimn in state result cold in which a letter is received regarding gossip and its bad. And lasting effects. Here a a letter. It relates no new Story in be Beard others much like it. A Little checkup into Back history will reveal scores of incidents Uke this. Gossip and gossip mongers Are As old As creation. I imagine that there was a great Deal of gossip in the Days when old j. Stone Hatchet came in late to the Cave and he and mrs. Stone Hatchet had a few words when the world was Young. There will be wagging tongues and gossip when the Sun is a Pale red disk and the world staggers on its Axis. But let s get Back to the letter a there is one thing that you have missed in your meanderings. It would More than Delight to see you flaunt pet Peeve before your Public a writes the writer. A the Peeve that i nurse like a protruding sore thumb is a la Lew Wentz the gossip mongers of Ardmore and every other town As far As that goes. A Ardmore is no exception. I sure but this place is Lousy with Long ton Gued men and women. O a a it it Rephey Are a vicious lot dangerous x to All and practically protected by their own vile tongues. A snakes and vultures a Are most fitting names for gossips they May lie in wait like the Petite Green Snake dressed in beguiling color or like the Copperhead with its magnificent Crown of jewels or like the shabby Rattlesnake. A they May lie in wait Licking their venom Blued ups in anticipation hoping to attract victims by beguiling color schemes by voluptuous Savity or by portraying shabby ignorance no matter How they attract when they strike their victim suffers excruciating pain and Many times death. Gossips despise others in Success and aspire to ruin them because of envy and they hold the failure of a victim up in derision. A vultures they Are gorging Sherii selves with filth. Pollution follows their Wake Only to be purged by time. A 4< a Quot Nio give if i have waxed Viox Lent but having been victimized by a pack of these gossips causes f. Lifelong contempt and impassioned hatred in breast. A How the stories about started i do not know but before i knew it i was condemned. Tales returned to cont Mied on pase two Charley Lewis Given parole governor extends clemency to Slayer of daughters father in Law. Oklahoma City dec. 12.�? pm among the eight part les issued today by governor Murray was one for Cliar Ley Lewis Mangum Blacksmith who received a 10 year sentence for manslaughter after killing his daughters father in Law. At Liberty under leave since april 23, Lewis had recommendations from t. P. Clay trial judge Carlton Weaver speaker of the House in the last legislative session from eight jurors and scores of Mangum residents including b. P. Vandyke Murray a first appointee As Warden of the Mcalester Penitentiary. Lewis claimed self defense in Hla trial. Harry a it re committed from Muskogee county Ift september 1930, to serve five years for grand larceny was paroled on condition he remain outside the state for 10 years. He had been living in Denver under a years leave of absence. A years leave granted Robert Hadley. Kay county committed in september 1930, to serve seven years for robbery also requires him to leave Oklahoma. Others paroled were Edward Wermy Comanche county a Erving four years in Granite reformatory for a criminal assault prank word Kay county serving two years for livestock theft Waymon Miller Carter county serving 15 years for criminal assault Bryant Strout Tulsa comity serving five years in Granite for Auto Thelt and P. Row a Kay county sentenced to five years for Auto of eviction Bonus marchers asked Washington i. Dec. 12.�? of a immediate investigation by a Senate com Nettee of eviction of the Bonus marchers from Washington Wais proposed today by senator Mckellar d. Tenn. The weather Ardmore temperature sunday maximum so min Niura 13. Oklahoma Cloudy probably Enow to no kit and tuesday. Not quite so cold. East Texas Cloudy probably rain near coast and rain Alec and now in Interior to Leht and tuesday somewhat colder near coast with freezing nearly to coast tonight not to cold in North portion tuesday l re by northerly winds on Tho coast becoming a Texas mostly Cloudy ton Glit and , with probably rain or now not 80 cold in Panhandle to Leht and in Pukt portion tuesday. Arkan Caa Cloudy continued cold to i Lyhl. Sleet or now in extreme South and Treine West portions tuesday Olin Udy. Probably rain or Snow not quite cold. A a Kansas Snow tonight and tuesday run uni . Military proration banned a Tyg �5�?zsupreme court rejects order sustains three judge Federal court which prohibited enforcement of Sterling a juice hits Sterling the say sentence interviews with folks you know gathered by members of Ardmore Ite staff. Scores governor for saying riots made it necessary to order out troops. Washington dec. 12.�? i pm orders issued by governor Sterling of Texas to officers of the state mall la for reducing Oil production in the East Texas Fields were set aside today by the supreme court. The court sustained a three judge Federal court in Texas which prohibited enforcement of the governors orders. The opinion of chief Justice Hughes criticized governor Sterling for declaring it was necessary to order out troops because riots and a state insurrection made the restoration of order imperative. The decision was based on Federal questions in response to argument by Sterling a lawyers that his action was authorized by state Law. The court said it recognized the Power of governors to use the discretion that emergencies might require but declared that All such executive actions were subject to judicial review which must decide whether state executives had overstepped their recognized authority. A no military necessity in the present Case the decision was that there was no military necessity Foi interfering with the operations Oil Wells in East Texas. After the legislature of Texas authorized the state Railroad commission to regulate Oil production e. Constantin and other of operators in Rusk county Texas Laiti ated proceedings to Challenge the Validity of the state Law and the orders of the Railroad commission fixing the amount of Oil they could produce. The proceedings were amended to direct the attack against governor 3. Sterling and officers of the Texas National guard after gov. Sterling had declared martial Law in Gregg upshur Rusk and Smith counties. Producers upheld the producers charged that by using the state Mulla he had taken Possession of the Oil properties in those counties in violation of the Federal Constitution. Three judge Federal District court on october 1, 1932, prohibited governor Sterling adjutant general w. W. Sterling and Jacob f. Wolters commanding officer of the military forces from enforcing against the complaining Oil producers any orders restricting the continued on Page two 24bel�wmo in Nebraska Weldon Wallace of All the Young men i have Ever seen on the Amateur stage i believe Cenneth Nelms evinces More real Talent. A a a will Prasher so Many people say there is More drinking now than when saloons were in operation. I do not understand Why they say it. I served on the police Force of Ardmore before statehood when Gainesville had its saloons. I have served since then and am on the Force now. There is scarcely any comparison in the amount of liquor consumed or in the number of drinks the Force has to contend with. There is much less liquor consumed now. A a mrs. Prank l. Gibson Durant i love the first breath of Winter because it brings the opening of chests and the odor of Moth balls. A mrs. Charles Ross plan View is now caring for the children of three districts and the buildings Are crowded. But we Are not planning to ask for new structures at this time. A a miss Marjorie Williams sometimes will Rogers Ems out of anything to say and his column reveals it. A Eddie plume for Good or ill i am not saying but i believe in the co Tirse of a Short time there will be just continued on Page two repeal goes Tocom Mihee Zero temperatures extend As far South As Northern Arkansas. By the associated press still cold weather with temperatures ranging Down to an extreme Low of 24 degrees below Zero in Nebraska prevailed in the Midwest today. North Platte neb., was the coldest Rej sorted spot in the United states. Hill City kan., had a Low of 19 degrees and Goodland on the Western Plains officially reported 18 sub Zero. In most sections it was the coldest since the prolonged frigid spell of january 1930, and at Many places this was the coldest december Day in the records of the weather Bureau. Zero weather extended southward to the Northern part of Arkansas and temperatures of 20 or More below Wera common throughout the Northwestern part of the country. Huron s. D., and Cheyenne wyo., had 20 below Valentine neb., and Sheridan wyo., 22. Cold grips West extreme cold gripped the entire West except Washington and Oregon and. Paradoxically Calgary Alberta had comparatively mild weather with the Mercury Reading 24 above Zero after a Sharp Rise in the last 24 hours. Missouri a reported Low readings included 8 below at St Joseph 4 below at Kansas City Eero at Springfield and 0 above in St Louis the weather Bureau predicted More Snow would fall on an already thick Blanket in Iowa Missouri Nebraska Cansas and okla Lioma injured Tulsa couple improved Mena ark., dec. .12.�? a or. And mrs. H. S. Swift of a Pulsa okla., were reported recovering today from injuries suffered last night when two automobiles skidded on the sleet covered a Highway and crashed head on. Mrs. Swift lost 11 Teeth and suffered severe head cuts. Mrs a c. Harris of Plain dealing la., in the other car. Stu in a critical condition. Senator refers All liquor legislation to senator Blaines group. Washington dec. 12.�? up a speeding action the Senate judiciary committee at its first a meeting of the session today referred All prohibition repeal legislation to a headed by senator Blaine Wisa foe of National prohibition. He announced the committee would Gret work As soon As possible and said he did not believe hearings would be necessary. Others appointed to the subcommittee were senators Borah Idaho Herbert r., Lwalsh d. Montand Diu d. Wash Borah Only opponent. Four of the five members of the subcommittee Are in favor of submitting a repeal Resolution with Borah the Only opponent. Chairman Blaine told newspapermen he held the opinion that a you can to write a constitutional amendment prohibiting the Saloon without saying that liquor cannot be consumed on the premises which will mean a worse condition than we have now Quot the question of liquor control must be left to the a there is nothing to hear on the subject any More a he said As to hearings a i am not going to hold any hearings unless majority of the subcommittee several repeal resolutions Are before the committee the most prominent of which is by senator Glass d. A and was. Referred to it by the Senate last week for study and a report this measure would include Protection for dry states from adjoining wet territory and contain a prohibition against the Saloon. Bui is studied. Blaine is author of another Resolution which has received some study from both friends and foes of submission. It would repeal the amendment but substitute a provision preventing the shipment of liquor into dry states though allowing shipments through such states into wet territory. The also will Gatudy Bills to loosen regulations on medicinal liquor. The chairman s statement indicated there will be a Sharp conflict Over any attempt to place a ban against the Saloon in the proposed new amendment. The judiciary itself is widely divided on Jurist to address educators Oklahoma Oil to Deo 12.�? a Van invitation to address the annual Oklahoma education association convention feb. 2. 3 and 4 at Tulsa was accepted today by judge Florence Allen woman member of the Ohio supreme court. Judge Allen will appear saturday feb. 4, flying from the Ohio capital by Way of St. Louis pm Howell association Secretary store at Muskogee looted Muskogee. Dec. 12.�? pjs three robbers followed two clerks of the j. C. Permed store into the building As it was opened this morning forced them to open the Cash Register stole $150 and left the clerks trussed up in the basement 30,000 May be paid Mexico for Killil in City could pay As a act of Grade for death of Manuel Gomez and Emilo Rubio in offers Resolution Idaho senator proposes to indemnify Southern Republic for deaths. Washington dec. 12.payment of $30,000 to Mexico As a an act of Grace a for the killing of Emilio Cortez Rubio relative of former president Rubio and Manuel Gomez in Ardmore. Okla last year was proposed in a Resolution today by chairman Borah of the Senate foreign relations committee. Borah proposed that $15,000 be paid on account of each death a was an act of Grace and without reference to the question of Legal the two youths were killed Jime 8, 1931, by two Deputy sheriffs at Ardmore they were returning to Mexico from attending school in this country. Shooting recalled Emilio Cortes Rubio Kinsman of former president Ortiz Rubio of Mexico. And Manuel Garcia Gomez travelling from american colleges to their mexican Homes were shot to death on june 8, 1931, after two Deputy sheriffs of Ardmore okla., had attempted to question them because they said the youths looked the deputies William guess and Cecil Crosby were acquitted of murder charges. Guess who took responsibility for the actual shooting told the jury a hich freed him that he fired after the youths level a pistols at him a third boy Salvador Cortes Ruso was asked to expose d. M. C. President Bizzell Calls upon fraternity men to reveal outlaw band. Norman dec. 12.�? �0�?dr, w. Bizzell. President of the University of Oklahoma has called on fraternity men to search out and expose members of the d. M. A. Outlawed secret organization blamed for the flogging of Billy Stephens Campus reporter last wednesday because of the a freshman revolt Story he sent to an Oklahoma City Dally. The presidents demand followed sundays action by presidents of 22 fraternities. Condemning the activities of the masked band. At tie same time. Or Bizzell reported that a some Progress had been made in an investigation of the flogging by the University discipline committee. However the officials Are not ready to announce their activities he said. The Fri Tern Ltd presidents in a Resolution pledged their Aid in stamping out the hooded order. Banned in 1925 the a d. A c. Was banned from the ill Versley in 1925 after the flogging of Joe Crow resulted in conviction of Lee a Thompson. Student Council president. Upon a criminal charge. Crow. In a letter to newspapers for which Stephens was correspondent said yesterday the Only Way the organi Zoilon could be eliminated a is to make Public sentiment so Strong against it that the University officials regardless of their personal feelings will be afraid not to absolutely stamp it out Quot Dean 8. Wrea ves. Head of the discipline committee declined to say what course the investigation would on Coal imports suspended Washington dec. 12.�? pm the customs Bureau today ordered collectors of customs to suspend decision on Coal imports from Germany and great Britain pending a decision by the attorney general of to whether the product was taxable under the 1932 Revenue meet details Complete All details for the special Community meeting to be held tonight at convention Hall were declared Complete by the committee in charge. The entertainment is scheduled to Start at 7 of clock. In addition to the All Al Corlous state championship negro football team of Douglass High school and their coach s Long array of coloured entertainers Are to he offered in a special program of More than common interest the Hall will be adequately warm for Comfort the entertainment filled with numbers enjoyed alike by old and Young. An urgent invitation to the general Public to be present for the show has been Cut by Beer women say opponents of repeal declare Beer would reduce production of people. Washington dec. 12, up a a dozen women brought to the big hearing room of the House ways and Means committee today assertions that Beer a Ould decrease the Soice of taxable wealth by reducing productivity of citizens. Led by mrs Henry a Peabody one after another women opponents of modification of the volstead act testified that Beer was intoxicating that even a Small amount of alcohol tended to slow Down the human machine and that taxes the government had lost by elimination of the Buquor traffic had been paid to it in other forms of levies. There was frequent applause by the group for each others assertions until representative Rainey de reminded that applause was forbidden. Mrs a Leigh Colvin president of the women a Christian Temperance Union of new York contended the election was no wet mandate saying the Drys had a Chance to vote for either major party and at the same time vote dry. She displayed a bottle of milk children a toys and bread and said a if the Man gets his Glass of Beeer the children will have to give up these for Christmas a mrs Peabody told the committee that a a few russian communists presented less cause for fear than Quot great interests and politicians who Are determined to break Down a Law from greed appetite or political holding a Lornette in her right hand. Mrs Peabody read from a prepared statement. She said her organization represented nine groups with a member slip of 10.000.000 persons. Oppose increase. A we Are Here to present our opposition to any increase in the alcoholic Content from one half of one per cent As authorized by the volstead she said a this Content was fixed by the Brewers themselves 40 years ago in their defense against the soft drink Trade. Let this decision mrs. William l. Darby of Washington chairman of the department of legislation and Law Observance of the National Council Federated Church women was asked by in presen Talve Treadway r mass a Are members of Congress not expected to support the platforms of the to political parties a a i did not know that any Mer pc of Congress could place his Ilert Fairri above the wishes of his co .3ticuents,-mrs. Darby replied. Quot but we must assume that the delegates to the conventions represent the wishes of the people Quot a Treadway said. Several of the prohibition group laughed a statement by mrs. Of Haines lip Pincott of Camden n. A. That savings deposits had increased during prohibition was questioned. A it is a very significant thing that the savings of the people have gone into Banks instead of liquor a she retorted. A you have said that prohibition brought Prosperity but now that we Are in a depression you do not admit that Prosperity was due to other causes a step said. People still saving a Well the savings Bank officials Tell that people Are still putting Money in the she replied Estep asked mrs lip Pincott if she Ever heard of a Beer Drinker being placed in a Quot Keeley Institute a a i done to know Many Beer drinkers a she said a but i am old enough to remember the old Beer Days and i know that people got drunk on Beer a Quot i know 2.75 per cent Beer is she added a i could ask you How you know but i fights hoovers plan Utah democratic senator opposes regrouping plan of a resilient. New Hope in Racket War Thomas a Courtney above is the Young and vigorous states attorney on whom Chicago is pinning its Faith in a renewed drive against racketeers a newly formed a hoodlum squad has already brought in a haul of Tough Cliar actors and Courtney has appealed to business men to help him get the goods on business and labor would veto Bond Issue a we must lower taxes not raise them a governor declares. Of Coahoma City dec 12,�? pm governor Murray will veto any Bill passed by the next legislature which provides for a Bond Issue he said today. By authorizing Bonds to pay off the deficit or for Relief purposes the state merely would add to its and Valorme tax Burden a governor Murray declared. A we must lower taxes not raise them a he said a that is the trouble with the nation today. We Are pyramiding debts until some Day we shall reach the Point where we can not even pay the interest a discussing heavy Bond indebtedness in counties the governor declared a if something Isnow do a the neiders will be forced into the hands of recely Washington Deo. 12,�? put a a Resolution disapproving the whole government regrouping program submitted by president Hoover was offered today in the Senate by senator King do a Utah King explained he favored Many of the moves but was strongly opposed to others. To bring the question to Issue to proposed disapproval of the lot. His Resolution went Over for future Worth fireman is fatally injured fort Worth dec 12,�? a pjs one City fireman was injured fatally and another was Hurt when a Hook and ladder truck skidded against a Telephone pole and mall Box while speeding to an automobile fire today h. A Payne. 30. Died half an hour later in a Hospital c. To Hicks 26, was taken to the Hospital with cuts and hits u. S. Moratorium French Premier blames War debt troubles on president Hoover. Paris dec. 12.�? pm Premier her Lott blaming All Europe a debts troubles on the Hoover moratorium of 1931, told the chamber of deputies today that his government proposes to pay with reservations the $20,000,000 debt instalment due the United states next with broken neck shows Pluck Woodward is coldest spot in state with 12 degrees. Below Zero Mark a it reports Snow seems general Mercury reaches Zero Levels in Panhandle and is Low elsewhere. Fort Smith. Arks a dec. 12.�? pm his neck broken in three places. Morris Tarby,-il7. Of Shady Point okla., today regained use of the lower part of his body after an operation and cheerfully told surgeons a a in la make it All Young Tarby. Injured yesterday when the automobile in which he was Riding plunged Over an embankment after skidding on an ice covered Highway near Poteau okla., never lost consciousness although he was paralysed from the neck Down when brought to e. Hospital Here. Surgeons at first despairing of his Ufa said today he has Quot an excellent chances to recover. Will Rogers says Feverly Hills Cal dec. 12. A big football game one Hundred thousand of us sit there in the cold and picked up what Little pneumonia there was left. Give a californian a football or i Orange and he knows More things to do with it than a Harvard Guy does a dictionary. Notre Dame had a Fine team but after taking one look at that California line should have started Mem throwing Forward passes before they got off the train. I would have sent players up in the stands to grab off passes. Pittsburgh is coming out to play this team new years in what we humorously Call our a Rose Well its a Nice trip out Here and California will play their chamber of Commerce against pm the first half. Willd have brought Colgate but everybody out Here thought they Loas a toothpaste team off the radio. Yours will Rogers. Oklahoma Cir to dec. 12,�? p5�? a the coldest weather in several years ranging downward to 12 below Zero at Woodward had taken at least six lives in Oklahoma today. Forecasters predicted the Mercury would begin a steady Rise tuesday however. Northern and Northwestern Points generally had below Zero temperatures overnight. Besides the extreme Mark at Woodward it was 10 below at Alva. Eiven in the Southeastern of the state the Mercury Sank to 10 and 11 above Zero. Two of the three weekend deaths were charged to sled accidents. A the weather had been blamed for two other fatalities earlier in the week. Snow reached a depth of five inches today at Alva. Traffic accidents on ice covered pavements took the lives of mrs. Margaret Appleby 25, Ponca City Mother of two Small children Nick Pfeifer 22, of Oklahoma City and Bemlie Perris 7, daughter of or. And mrs. J. R. Ferris of Guthrie mrs Appleby was ruled when the automobile in which she was Riding overturned near Pawhuska Pfeffer and the Perris girl were killed in sled accidents. Neck k broken. Although neck was broken in three places in an automobile Accident Morris Tarby. 17, of Shady Point showed a slight improvement after an operation in a port Smith ark., Hospital. Young Tarbye a companion who was driving escaped with minor injuries when their automobile skidded Over an embankment near Poteau. Four year old Francis Joe son of sergeant and mrs. Joe c. Mccain of Lawton was fatally injured sunday when the family car skidded on an ice covered Road near Walters and overturned. Other members of the family Riding in the car were not injured. The child a Quot jul was fractured. The father is stationed at fort Sill. The Mercury reached Zero Levels in the Panhandle and shipped to or near that Mark Over the Northwestern and Northern sections of the state. More Snow was forecast for tonight and the Mercury was to sink to six degrees Here the lowest since january. 1930, when the temperature was nine below. Penetrates into South the newest blast penetrated far Hito the South and East. At Muskogee today it was 10 degrees at Mcalester 11. The seasons Low of eight degrees was reported at Chickasha. Sleet covered Telephone wires snapped at Oklahoma City. Trains were Only slightly delayed. The below Zero Points included Ponca City. It was two below there during the night and three above at 7 a. M. It was six above at Oklahoma City and five above at Guthrie a new Mark for the inters of 1931 and 1932 was registered when the Mercury bottomed at two degrees above Zero this morning in the Bartlesville Colin sea on Paje l Ive East Texas Oil production Cut allowable of 310 barrels for Field to stand chairman terrier says. Amarillo Texas dec. 12,�? in a chairman cd Terrell of the Texas Railroad commission today told Carl Estes Tyler publisher that the new proration order in East Texas would stand. The order lowered the Field s production to 310,000 barrels a Cut of 15,000 barrels Young Man Falls into extinct Volcano Elpaso Texas dec 12,�? 5= a Berlyn Brixner 21. Was recovering in a Hospital Here today from injuries received yesterday when he had the strange experience of falling 150 feet into the Crater of an extinct Volcano 57 Miles West of Elpaso which he was preparing to explore. The rope on which two companions were lowering film into the Crater broke and he fell into the to known Depths. The companions made their Way to Laiu irk a m., and hastily summoned a Patty of rescuers. Highway patrolman Bert Morris brought Brixner to the surface several hours later by Means of a steel Cable and improvised Saddle Brixner was unconscious and had suffered a broken ankle Scalp cuts and possibly internal injuries. Rescuers reported that Brixner Vas delirious and attempted to fight the they said the fact that he fell ledge of Rock jutting out Over the Depths Prol Bly saved his Lua

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