The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 152, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1934 Page: 1 of 6
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The Heart of the Rich
A Blue Ribbon Doily Newspaper Serving Oklahoma's Blue Ribbon Area.
You Can Buy It Foe
Leu in El Reno •
lgle Copy, Three Cents
(/P) MEANS ASSOCIATED PRESS
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1934.
<U.» MEANS UNITED PRESS
VOLUME 43, NO. 152.
tailed Account Present-
ed To Commissioners
i their meeting Monday night,
mbers of the El Reno city com-
mon wore presented with u coni-
e report of activities by mu-
PhI departments during the
ith of September. The report,
set forth by C. C. Holden, city
(Only three fire alarms were an-
•red during the month, witli a
'll lass of only $35.
[Three regular fire drills were
d during the month. Begin-
g this month the fire depart-
hl and volunteers will take a
n weeks' course in first aid
tment, known as the 'second
Total of 29,715,000 gallons of
‘er was pumped during the
nth. The first of the month
II No. 9 was completed, house
It, transformers set, and the
1 rut into the line. A twenty-
r hour lest on this well showed
gallons a minute. No. 8 was
•lied into the line last month
I holding up practically the same
when first put oil the line.
In the distribution department
ec meters were set during the
nth. 4(i meters cleaned, tested
Exclusive Pictures Show Byrd Party in Antarctic
m ■■ ■
Marland, Pine, and Green
Begin Second Week
Of Stump Campaign
10 FORCE ACCEPTANCE OF BUDGET
These exclusive and remarkable being taken out lor exercise on pert, and is indispensable in trans-
pietures from the Byrd South the tee and snow, wearing a heavy portation of food from the shiD
Polar expedition were brought blanket to protect it from cold to Little America. The trapdoor in
1 reset. Number ni small jobs through witli great difficulty from which reaches at times 80 below the snow is the only available en-
water line and water service the frozen south. One ot the rows zero. The snowmobile, shown rest- trance to the cabin at the outpost
re worked during the month, taken on the expedition by Rear mg on th" ice, is near the an- camp set up 12 miles south of Lit-
nc time was spent during the Admiral Richard E. Byrd is -liouu ehornl supply . hip. the Jacob Rup- tie America.
•nth aiding the highway depart
Oklahoma City, Oct. 2—</l’> Ok-
lahoma's three candidates ior gov-
ernor were well Into their second
week of intensive campaigning to-
day. all three opening the week
with speeches in various parts oi
E W. Marland, Democratic nom-
inee. specking at Tulsa, urged all
Oklahomans to use their own minds
111 selecting their party and candi-
dates. But pointed out in a forceful
manner, his own views of why thb ;
selection should be the Democratic
Former Senator W. B. Pine, Rep-
ublican nominee, spoke at Enid.
He said if he were elected governor
he would not usurp the powers of
the legislature of supreme court but
would be chief executive.
He criticized present conditions
which he suld had resulted in 25.-
000 Oklahoma children going to bed
hungry each night while cattle were
S P. Green, of Sapulpa, the Soc-
ialist candidate, spoke at Guymon
and accused Marland of ''double
dealing by making a conservative
campaign while allowing his work-
ers to whisper lie is friendly to some
such program as Upton Sinclair's
' Pine," Green declared "was beat-
en before he started."
A new note was added to the
campaign by organization here of
New York, Oct. 2 i,Pi—The
Markay Radio and Telegram
_____ 1 company reported receiving a
J message Ibis afternnun saying
Unrest Talked In Three i *hp steamer Miiipooi was in dis-
i tress in a gale in the North At-
I lantie and had sent out an SOS.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
Japan and war were mentioned
in the same breaths at three dif-
ferent points in the world today.
In Washington, Brig. Gen. Wil-
liam Mitchell, retired but still
fighting for an improved air force. .... . „
declared: "Our most dangerous al disclosure by Mile .Maria Cail-
encmv is Japan and nur plans Joj. former maid in Mrs. \ander-
1 bills Pans home, as (o Mrs.
New York, Oct. 2 (/Tie—Su-
preme Court Justice John F.
Carew today suddenly ordered
that court sessions of the action
in which Mrs. (ilnria Morgan
Vanderbilt seeks to regain cus-
tody of her Ill-year-old daughter.
Gloria, he dosed to the public
and the press, after a sensatinn-
Certification of Original
Budget Figures Is
should be designed to attack Ja-
He said 50 dirigibles could de-
stroy Japan within two days and
that the United States should de-
velop airplanes with a cruising
rangp of from 0.00ft to 8,000 miles
Army's Views Expressed
In Tokyo, an official Japanese
army pamphlet, described by an au-
thority as expressing the army's
views, urged Japan to make ready
for a possible war with Russia and
asserted the United States had I
Satterfield and Gerrer Named
With Outstanding Americans
nt In locating the water serv-
along Sunset Drive in the area
we propose widening the
"ot. Thirty-two cut-offs were
rked during the month and 45
Work In the street department
month has been grading of
ts by the regular street men.
ovlng some drain pipes in
where not needed and put -
g in other places Fifty-six loads
gravel was spread on graveled
rets to repair places washed
•inu the heavy rains. About a \
ten FERA men have been worked ’
the streets with shovels open-
gutters. denning pavement and,
loving weeds and grass grow-
alotig the streets Another _
w of 12 to 14 men have been ....
•d in connection with sidewalk 1’itcnmg Assignments Are
PUty leet oi sidewalk was con-
uctcd at 009 West I/mdon; 310
t of sidewalk was constructed In
nt of Stevenson Bros, store:
_ _____.......... three airplanes to Japan's one. The
the 'Democratic "pine-for-Governor ] pamphlet said the United Stater,
club, launched with C. G. Hill as I wanted a navy larger than that
chairman and J. O. Mattlson, active of Japan in order to support vig-
orous policies for the Orient
In South Port, England, Jack
Detroit, On 2 .!' Mb key Corli-
| rune announced today tl;.u Alim
Crowder, veteran rigii'handd
, .. „ . . . would start the first game oi tin
•t of sidewalk was constructed WorW, ,w T,,„. w,„.
BOO ^ West London: 300 feet_of 4| j.„|/n
feet ol sidewalk was construct
ill 900 block South Hoff: 200
ewalk was constructed at 805
takes the mound l"r ih«- St I mil
ith Miles: 413 feet of sidewalk cardinals
constructed at 820 South Rock , '
j interviewed .is lie ■ nt lu p.uv-
'PractIrally enough projects have Z£7r\\l. 'chZ'J'XT* lull
n pa d in to keep crew busy ,>th(T lm,
another week the cnrdtnut» n, the inst i: uu la
•Ihe street • wee,wr Was operated wmjW ^ „ .
(SEE NO 1. PAOE 6» RnWP
— .. ........ "it the card Dtxxy tv n.
and I don't expert they will st ir'
anyone else in the fit vt .'iinn tlii’ti
it delmi'ely will iw Crowder :!"■
Bengal nmniiger said > :itu:
hts turn in butting puuim
"II they sturt Hallaliitn m 'in
Olte else but "DlX/v." Ml pitch
One of the large crowd of new.-*
four!lint Hemning Silent paper men present at tie mu.. n'
itnnani itcmains Micni who had j„m armed imm hi i-mt..
1 with the Ciitdiuals ii»UI Pm hrati'
, that he had tire lostirunic »l " ■
Cardinal manager. Ft.itiki' F». • • t
that "Dir/v" Dean would tit iw 1
I Marling assignment
"Thai means Crowder will etat
I lor us," s.iid Mick'-i.
1 The Tiger plica showed In i |o|
lowing tlie airategy lie Iras < nip ■ v. d •
I belore tins year in tint putt tie. It »w
liefnre the Im-,.1 luirler m ep|H>sitioii *
When Howe Was rxpeetrd to ' t'!
in a crucial game against Gome/ ot
the Yankees, Cochrane .* t ..r ■«»r
Crowder and the veteran won in.
We Saw Today
jV /IF' AND MRS J. S. CAMP-
bill, 1023 East CnviimiUgh
stmt win) celebrated 59 years
ot happv wcodcri life Sunday.
September 30. - Mrs. Campbell
was inrimrly Miss Elizabeth
Whitehall fiaugliter ol Mr. and
Mrs Thomas Whitehall, of
Knihshurg. 111.-The wedding
'ook plate in Kcltiisburu —
Mi O I. Dale, 501 South Rock
I lalid avenue is a daughter oi
Mr and Mr Campbell.
The par on ol the First Chris-
lain d ilch Rev ft. R. Hlltle-
brand and just between us girls
lie had a birtluluy anniversary
Monday We didn't tmd out the
numb* r ol years tor wo under-
stand that I. a delicate subject
Rost- r*i.< and more roses—
You .cc Jiine lias always been
coiisitlired tin month ot roses
but It seems to Us that someone
u nun. to have to eiuuiue the
Out our we i window— Arthur
Hunter smoking Ills pipe while
-wiping .he Mdcwalk.
rampaign manager. Mattlson in a
statement declared that the prob-
lems of state government could
best be handled by Pine whom he
] knew to be honest, capable and an | bor parley convention that Japan
' outstanding success in the business j was making "a deliberate prepara-
world. | lion for a war whicli the Japan-
ese consider essential" and he
called on the party to get from
the British government "the dec-
f'n„n4„ /1wv«ia.fllarHtlon thHl tl,Pre ■sha11 ,,ot- lni
111 \ OUniy V OWTany event of war, be any assist-
ance. financial or physical, from
Great Britain “to help the stale
which has outlawed itself in the
eyes of the civilized world."
Vanderbilt's private life.
Oklahoma City, Oct. :! i/1'i—
Governor William II. Murray is
a successful author, lie proudly
displayed today a telegram from
Frank R. Adrian of the Arkan-
sas state education department
whieh read: “State of Arkansas
has adopted your elementary ag-
riculture for six years."
Washington, Oet. 2 (/I*.—Sec-
retary lekrs indicated to report-
ers today he would seek an-
other substantial public works
appropriation from the next con-
gress to provide employment un-
til private enterprise oner more
Mandamus action, in form of a
friendly .suit to force members of
the Canadian county excise board,
to accept and certify the original
budget as submitted by the city
of El Reno, will be filed today or
Wednesday, according to C. C.
Holden, city manager.
Tills action was authorized bv
members of the city commission
In their meeting Monday night,
and seeks certification of the orig-
inal budget instead of complying
with the ruling of the Oklahoma
tax court which specifies surpluses
must be deducted from the total
amount of revenue set up in the
budgets and the levies reduced ac-
Practically all budgets prepared
by the county pxcise board wpre
! returned from the state tax court
about two weeks ago with instruc-
tions to reduce levies In accord-
ance with surpluses carried over,
and at that time the officials
Mills of Dartford.' former member I ,;l,,‘ak'' “P al> hut ‘hp ""rmal [1?.ul.’.lihP JSi
of parliament, told the British la-1 s*ar* ln unemployment.
Four arraignments were held in
Canadian county court today be-
fore Judge Emmett Thompson. Bob
■Bingham entered a plea of guilty
to charges of transporting whiskey,
receiving a fine and sentences of
$50 and costs, and 30 days in the
—-- i county Jail.
Present and Former Pas- Ann Hood- nccro woman- charged
1 ana rorn,cr 1 with theft of $15 Iron) F W. Mnr-
i tin on Scm. 30. entered a plea of
not guilty at arraignment. Pre-
liminary hearing was set for 9 a
Rev Robert 8. Satterfield, pastor m. Friday, Oct. 5. with bond fixed Toutifiiw \<ruinvt
of the Central Methodist churchiat $2,000. | Witness I Cslllies AKdinsi
ductions of approximately $11,000
in operating funds available, while
the city government of El Reno
would be required to eliminate
about $14,000 from the operating
funds and the El Reno school dis-
trict faced elimination oi approxi-
mately $7,500 from the funds.
May Delay Collections
Upon receipt of such instrue-
_____ tions from the tax court, the roun-
, ty budRPt was arranged to care
‘Workmen Must Receive for the reduction, but city om-
n ii i , , dais moved that a reduction of
fUll lllgnts such large proportions could not
____ be effected without disastrous re-
sults and the decision to take the
Am Court Convenes
Chititgti. Oet. 2 '/V—Four of
IN 1.1 prospective Jury-
rn In (hr ln«ull mall fraud
il, ilMweil ax the trial open-
today that they had fixed
. ntonx ax to the guilt of Sam-
I Inxull. xr„ tit posed utilities
n nl (hr four »*td they
prrjudnrd against Inxull
suxr of unpleasant financial
\pretences m one nr another
Ihe D rompanlf« hr headed
fore kh crash
They uere challenged hy de-
tilted Hlales Court llotlse. Chi*
n. Ort 2 ••$*• Momttel Instill.
Iientl until 1032 nt a tnnr mil*
dullor public utility system.
ihi trial in U. H dlsirlrt enurt
ay lor moil Imuils wldrh it was
maed inst investors $143,000,000.
itaull. in a a try snek Mill, was
nnel Hie last nl the sixteen de*
Kiauis tn arrive in Judae James
Wilkeison's riant, on Ihe sixth
nf Ihe rnurlhouse
'! have nothittu whatever to say."
principal drlendant declared,
waved inteivirwers toward hto
Hamnel. Jr. who entered the
n Franetseo. Ort. I- '4*> — A
prosperity would romr tn Am*
. Max winter, former mayor
Vienna said Indav It the large
lea wmtld follow Vienna's lead in
Mina apartments for slum rlrnr*
t. C. Montgomery and Mrs
Hovd Wilson were Oklahoma
m FI Reno, and Rev Gregory In another ease which alleges:
Oerrer. Shawnee, a former resident theft of $81 from Wayne Daugh-I
oi this city, are among Ihe 178 erty on Sepl. 30. Ann Hood en-;
Oklahomans listed in the new tcred a pica of not guilty. Pre*
"Who's Who In America." limtnary was set for 9 a. m. Friday,
Rev. Gerrer. a ciergvmaii and and bond fixed at $2,000.
artist, ts a brother of Mrs. EC Lee Coleman, negro, entered plea
Rohkar. 305 East Wade street Fori of guilty to rhnrge of hclng drunk
the entire country there is ii name tn a public piaee. He wax lined
in "Who's Who" lor every 3.9811 $25 and costs
penoiu. although tlie Oklahoma i -
ratio is one for every 8,750. The
ntaioriiy of the state persons ap-
pealing in this volume of im-
portant and accomplished folk are',
Irom Oklahoma City wall Tulsa j
and Norman each having large rep-
In addition to Rev. Satterfield,
among those upon the honor has
been conferred are Jed J. John-
son. Anadarko. sixth district con-
gressman; Andrew O. C. Blerer
Outline lawyer: Oeorge L. Bow-
man. Kingfisher lawyer and uni-
Elmer Thomas, Medlrme Park,
senator; Will Rogers. Moore, eon*
ktessman; James Berry King i ^ Tg
Muskogee, lawyer and attorney gen
«ial; Joseph H Marshburn. Nor
Chicago. Oct. 2 i»V' A civil en-
gineer today said he saw Bruno
Hauptmann within » lew miles ol
I lie Lindbergh home the night ot
the kidnaping oi the Lindbergh
Tlie engineer lx William B. Den-
i nls. 48. and he told newspaper-
Can Francisco. Oct 2 •J’i A man
ufarturer's challenge tn labor to
declare an industrial truce met with
a counter challenge tndav from
Anicrirnn Federation of Libor lead-
Only when workmen are assured;
their full rigid of collective bar-
gaining ran peaceful methods of
settling disputes replace the strike
weapon. President William Green i
told the A. F. ot L. annual con- ■
He called upon tlie national as-
sociation of manufnrturerx. which
pro|iosed ii truer during which no
attempts would lie made force-
fully to change existing Industrial
conditions, "first publicly to an-
nounce they will oliev the he-
(SEE NO. 4. PAOE 8*
Activities Committee To
Tire alleged meeting with Haupt-
mann. Dennis asserted, was a mere
quirk or circumstance He was
driving with hts wile near Prince-
ton and had last ills way when a
man flagged him to a stop
He said he was positive that
Liono Heir ExpUn.tl(m|!^£LTS.'"*XS; !5!
voire was gut tend, of Oerninn tie-
Suggestions designed to inrretse
men he would rrpnd Ills assertionsjclslon* of constituted authorities JV.!»»v*’*0r''rI' Rium^unlor chamber
10 Ft Jury. asjhe pre.ldeni suggested; __ ,(( ,,mmrrrr wrro nifered by B.
The seml-aunusl Chrtstmss tnv.
old rlolhes slid sehonl books drive
will he postponed until Bundsv.
It was derided Tuesday
Si’crolary Is mips Report rf,llPttP hrt,|Pv'°r. who has
' , r spoken a number of tunes to
On Audit —
El Reno clubs
______ Oordon W. Lillie. Pawnee, ranch-
..., . mutt; Ernest W. Marland. Ponca
tn..in mi C »tv, Oet 2 'lie IV city, rnnurrssmnn and Drmorratlr
■ te ii mol land department, Iona raudidate lor governor; Henry 8.
i ■•liter nf controversy between •htlittston. Perry, former governor:
ts mortals and Republicans, to- William H. Murray. Tlthomin*
BOTH ENTRWH Hav was lined up with U»e Dent* «0'
ARE. CONFIDENT "crutir |mrty through a statement ... , ' .
Deimit. Oct 2 •«V* Willi a r<m-li«sucd by J. I, Carpenter, secre*11 |||R i ABtnlttilW
lldenee bnrn nf regular th .nil per- (ary \ \ tnti|jiCKn
fnrmanees, the Hi Inuu tardmal , Carpcntrr lAsued a report on an Tniimsimpni f)|jx\*
rulers nl the National league, and ,n, HeparinvenT showing I <HITIIHmeilI I IHJ
(BEK NO J. I'AOr. Hi .
Emm I au I m mm, under
■ —•--- —- publluiu rule, lie
it?. Cal|»c|iler said
mu. but lie rslltnaled total rev* „ „
enne wiaild not hale exceeded*^1 «*tdCountr>,rlub.
$,17208X1 | The Neville-Brown game rout*
During Ihe same number
With the mgn. who he said had
stopped him to borrow a pump in
Inflate a lire, was n woman, n dr-
Recognition of Hauptmann, fien-
noon at the regular semi-monthly "I* ft me after lie studied pho-
luncheon of the Lions club nt (lie tooraphs of Hauptmann In news*
Oxford rate. papers rerently. Hr said there was
Detailed plans for the rampaign a third person in the Hauptmann
will be worked out al a meeting of machine, a man nr a woman in
the boord of directors and the drive the rear sent
‘Jitney Ride* Is
committee headed by Dr. Waller
Tlie feature of the luncheon to*
day waa an inrtrurtivr and educa-
tional address on The United
States Constitution" by Emmett F.
Thompson, county judge.
Mr. Thompson reviewed Hie earlv
labors and struggles in forming and
-eruring the ratification ot the
Constitution bv the various states.
Metis Mevertl Tests
He pointed out sinre the adoption
Federal agents questioned and
look a statement from Dennis to-
REM TE ALIBI
Washington. Oet 2 'J*' — The
Washington Star said indav Hmt
I wo secret witnesses had shat-
tered the alibi offerrd by Bruno
Richard Hauptmann tn prove he
was not the "John" of the Lind-
Green said labor ts ready and .. M,.0mlrv ,in(1 Ray j Dyer,
co !!(e retire ” "ifV m«,d % ZlZT
K:Kr:.is: sraa "
MOcinUon i/* Mfmbirrfu«c.M Othc*r According to Jiirk K. Moorf.
labor leaders echoed Ills views. president, foundation waa laid for
the most Interesting and benefi-
cial program ever advanced by the
Junior chamber. A report waa
a • g .are ± made hy the actlvltlea committee.
Airain 111 MiGCt *■">> this group to meet at 3 p m
zw^niii inivvi Wednesday to complete drafting of
‘ ' ...... _ a definite program whlrh will be
Oklahoma t tty. on _ ">p' T'>'' mmounced at the rlub's next mee'-
111 ttey tide' was link In Okla-|(ng Members of the artlvlMH
liniini City todnv ’rommlttee are Lnrlua Babrork. jr.
A taxi war broke with an en- rh,„rnmn, william Fogg and Paul
largetuenl of Ihe tO-eent l ire zone. Wilde
and establishment of the nickel- A rr|M)rt ronrprnlnB th„ mfm.
hership drive whlrh Is now under
er prices posted by one concern.' *■» ^ p•", Mo0'''
ride in a specified area
Several mmpnuie.. met the low-
er prices posted by one concern. ,. . . -
. » i. ., ii*i. im niuti' ilnr li llll ^ ^ 1 *0*1111Willitt IllO OOWIHlItOO*
*“ . r ’srjr^s - «• —«•
mill Olll'l lll.X'M ..|* in"'in rll
,one exception. Ric Yellow ralia. )|t|) ,m„ .||T Melvin Johnson.
chairman; and Ellis V Oregory.
they would also cut
TO YOUR QUERY
Del roll. Oet 2 i4*i Wot Id
Contestants: Drlrott Tleerv
American league champion-, Nt
Louis Cardinals, Natlnunl league
Place of flames: First lwo.
Navilt Field. Driroil. Wednesday
and Thursday; next three
Sportsman's park. Nt I/mis. Fri-
day. Saturday ami Nuuday; sixth
and sevenih game-. II necessary.
Monday mid Tuesday Detroit
Time of flames At Detentl
I 30 eastern standard lime; at
Bt. Louis, 1:10 rrntral standard
Beating rapacities Detroit 47.-
000; 8t. limits 34nm
Plating Managers: M i r k e y
Cnehrane. catcher. Tigers; Fran-
kie Frtseh. second baseman. Car-
............... ..Mr- Nun Richard Neville defeated ...........
■ • u . \tt>, tlarlirv f' HHtwii *1 anti I lit ^1 tIlf* C«IIMlUllInn II llRH HWt Ifclxll
gj«*-7r.ai w»J!V^’lbe finalmirti oflhr uvev^ out , *«d» POLICE NEAR I'll FOB
up" tail 'of Ihe annum U Vscmi ^ nt »«» Wil a severe Nl NPRfTN ANNOf I ATE
. ^ club' mmianirnt" a 1*1 he lef nrnn the constIIUIIon; in 1881 Trenton. N J. Ocl 3 <r<- An
'■ iMal rev- totirtmmrni al Ihe El Brno lhp ^ wll ^pormnl nssortate of Bruno Hauptmann.
lest; then again lire World war pul Lindbergh kidnaping suspect, who
the rrmstitutlon In a test," the apparently knew that the Oerntan
(carpenter was pausing "hnt ran-
tears immediately alter statehood..fhamtumtsinn title uT. Fh-h "To«k*y »he rottstiiuiimi Is faring ,aom“ money was being songhi lo-
v hrn Ib-morrils assumed eonirol. *- AJL_,ri ..' iinlint- a another aerlous lesl—that promoted dnv bv Ihe New Jersey stale po-
he -aid. the department rolleeted 1,1 A by those who would undermine and1 Hee
$8,788 IkW. “ ----- “ ........
some $3 nonjmo
than RepubHmne had eolieeted1
Assets nf the department are dl*1
v tried into farm loan*. $32117JM;1
land sales on instalment rontraets
r-'eelvab|e. $8 358.481; bond and'
Markets At A Glance
destroy Ihe constitution." he as-
_ ____ ___ Hew Vork. Ort
a arnvnls investmenls. 1738.080; rash lJullness U. N
deposits. $3 828031; land homings;
Ooverimr Moore of New Jersey
announced after a cunterenre in
tn eoneliision ihe speaker aver- Treninn with Disirtet Attorney Eo-
red: "t firmly believe that this icy of thr Brnnk that It Is "New
« _ _ u 1 government and onr people will I Jersey's ‘
9 (Ah—Block* this latest rr^ '
mild re* though It may take several years
mr people will I Jersey's hope and Intention lo
problem even bring Hauptmann bark to this
Bow* quiet narrow *hlrh ,0 K r will not be
I ranges Curb higher Metals ndlv
Foreign exchanges irregular. Birr
J5J, SSrVLT'fc Cotton quiet, favor-
n timed, the per COpNn. dtotHbu* Nh)p »TBinef lower rabies. Nngar
lion fmm Ihe mmmon sehonl fund
lias averaged lilt
necessary lo destroy the
ment and constitution, for Ii la not
a problem ot o bod form of gov-1
slate for trial before he Is tried
for extortion In the Bronx"
lower. Coffee lower.
Chicago. Ort. 3 uPi—Wheat low*
|er. acute weakness Winnipeg
Mi- Frank H Loosen nt.Corn steady, rural offerings
Oka relic and her sister. Mrs. ITteo-] small Cattle steady to strong. Top
' ** “““ ' 11030 Hogs weak to lower lep
dote Crawford, of TAjpeka. Kan. $1035
were El Reoo vMttdt Monday. |MJk.
_ _ Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ball and little
emment The miatakea ate not ot I daughter. Patrleta. who Have bran
the government, but ot individuals, attests er Mrs. Ball s mntVr. Mrs
and these ran be corrected'' bona Hoffman. 4t» Booth Maromb
avenue, for the pad two week*, de*
nirted Monday for their home In
Mrs Janie Brown and Mrs. Cecil
Elrod, will spend Wednesday in Ok-
lahoma City, the gueets of thetr
daughter and sister. Mine Nuth
Mrs Anna Randall. HO 1-1 South
Bickford avenue, la ill at her home.
Did You Hear
DILL FATTEN had them all
D guevxing when he arrived tor
I lie "wmuniile..- wrddUto" at the
Elks rliili la.-l night Hill's make-
up was altno-F lm amd. for
when lie appeared In the corri-
dor he was appriMehed by How-
ard Collins. timrkiTpcr who
inquired "Are you Imkina for
Bill's answer in Hie question is
withheld from prim in order to
comply with pn»tal regulations.
A had hahlt Is that ol leaving
keys in automobiles, unless ihe
owner* want lo larllltatr work
of rar tlilrvrs. so say* Police
Chief Tom hliarklelt. He and
his rigid-hand man. H. A. Mur-
phy. are urging ear owners to
remove the keys when porting,
so tlmt they may trmoin rar
Bpeaktna of disguises. Cart
Bander nf Ihe Fail-view com-
munity has hi* friend* "stump-
ed" hw many years he h«*
bran wearing a mustache, and
now that he ha* shaved It oft,
many po** him by without ao
much as a casual iwd.
At National Meet
Iouisville, Oet. 3 UFi—Determin-
at Inn lo scrap those capitalism- in-
Hue urea which he said made for
ilie present economic condition*,
sis cxuri'sied hv Represent atlv*
Marlin L. Bwecney of Cleveland be-
fore today'll session of Ihe Veter-
an* of Foreign Wars here.
Mr Nwrenry asked tor support
ot laws to impose UK levloa 111 Ihe
higher brackeu upon those who
have arrumi la ted wealth and In-
romc, inrreaxe gift and tnhertunce
taxes; unemployment insurance and
old age pension; a limitation of
Wealth and absolute prohibition
of a concentration of wraith in
the hands of few.
Fair tonight and Wednesday.
El Braw Weather
For 34-hour period ending of I
p. m Monday: high. IS; low. 41;
at 4 p. m. 74.
State ot weather, eleor.
Bun rises tomorrow it 117.
Bun acta today at l-.M.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 152, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 2, 1934, newspaper, October 2, 1934; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc917507/m1/1/: accessed January 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.