The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 41, No. 44, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 22, 1932 Page: 4 of 6
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We nre authorized to announce
the following n* candidates sub-
ject lo the will of their party In
thf» July prlmnr>’.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
Ellis V. Gregory, Democrat.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
S. S. (Sam) Hulbert, Democrat.
| Other Events of Interest
iKHtiod every overtime except Hnt-
ttrdnv a ini Sunday mnrnlnff from
207 8. l(ock Inland avenue, and en-
tered ns .‘•et'iiiiil-rlush mail matter
tinder the Act «*f March 3,
!».\YIB O. VAMHVIKi:
Kditor and Piihllfllier
to have half a million pound
[ foreign pork shut out
Tho old tariff carried a rate of day owning,
It* Ittllll \l l i>Mlt»>l-'vMH.\I
Okarche, Mar. 22.—The grade
basketball tournament will In* hold
of their at Dover this week-end. The
1 Okarche girls play IHirk Thurs-
n lid the Okarehe
x“"on‘rirr.«K ,ra:,‘,“r" \ »n" p«»*-
New Yurk. i hlrnan. I»cimil. at. j Inw raised the duly n fourteen
l Dal la*. %ilaala
Senator From Oklahoma
Holds Bui Little Faith
hi “Magic of Polities'
twelve cents a pound on linlter hoys play l.oyal Friday evening,
and in 19.t» we Imported j -Something Is Inspiring the Jnu-
The Hawley-Kmoot | tors to write poetry—maybe It |»j
the play they are to preient on
_ rents a pound and In 1921 we j April 1. Come to this play and
ntii.Y niBacmPTioN rxtk* j Imported 1,111,1* pound u th* cauee lor the
r.onlll not worth something to I'nlted poems that are being written the
lit so | States farmers to have 1,300,000 ! last two weeks. This week we
,iLi» pounds of foreign butter shut out | have one written about "Play
of their market? i Praetlce." by Florence Hroder-
I'nder the old law entile hides I*0"- ...
were on the free list and in I93B *-0h* ,llr,v
we imported 294,*31,000 pounds! 1
|l« I arrlrr
r*r* \ *-.i ?•
Tr.i’* \i n
ll> Mull In < ihiiiiIImii mill
Si \ M*
M* Mull OmI■lilt* %h4.%r 4
of hides. The Hitwley-Smoot law
placed a tariff of ten per cent,
ad valorem on hides and in I9:it
Imported 91,107.000 pounds.
If I leave them till the morning
Won't it be all-right?
Or better still. Mother, dear;
|Couldn’t you wn-h ihem while 1
Thomas F. Coro
11 Was It nm worth somelhing to ...
-' i'nlted States farmers to haw ( Wo'Te play practice lo-nlght. and
Come more than 2.000.000 pounds of,1 .*.r**“r* . .
Iforelan hides shut out of their • might he later lhan Ihe rest,
ye, and lei us go up to the moun- j I 'Cause we want to know our parts
tain of the l-ord. to the house ol i ' . ! so well
the Cod of Jacob; ...... h* wlllL..An.V" ou, Soo ticket-, we can sell
ALL ARK INVITED:
I five other products of the farm,
teach us of his e-ttys, and we **'ll j in* lading cream, milk. <-ki-s and]
walk in Ids path I liah 2:.7. jollier products. This Is a farm-
’T'llK third annual Junior Chain-'
1 her of Column'* • all -ut* bas-
ketball banquet held Monday night
was an outstanding success. Kl
Heno cllliea- appro nto the ac-
tivities of ihe Junior group and I
the flue thing they have done for!
the city In sponsoring the ban-,
Items Reproduced from
The Daily Democrat
of 15 Years Ako
March £i. Illl7
March 24th u track
And ban* loads and loads of
money. Oh, g**e
Come on every bogy, Whoopee"!
tttend Cage xi.-ct
Mr. Pippin. Maxim- Hunter and
1 Kd w ill Olio alteiid'-d Ole state
I tournament Saturday night,
i Ih-rult.i McCord und Maxine
! Hunter saw ill** Lncy-Urogo game
Kenneth Rcltroeder Is In chnrge
I of ihe tickets for ihe Junior Play.
I liny your tickets early and as-
, - are your-n|f a good seat. »
We are triad lo report lioth liar-
old Scott and Anna latdes grent-
i met. Tills Is the first fra k ami
I Held meet to he held in tt
western part of the county.
quel has been Ihe ,.«Mle«- . hl.w At CalU- I ijiu,>>r>>V<-<1
lion of a basketlwill ’oxtrn" hj I___ , lL„ ... . tmproviu.
The Trihuni-. Had It not lu-en
for the coop**rail»n of the Kl Iti-nc ,
v LOCAL BRIEFS
have been no banquet eglra A I__
The aft'-rnoon «e.-iou of the
Royal Neighbors Wednesday was. Mrs Hi*orge VC. Naylor l.h-le
called u> order at 2 o'clock mann apartments, spent'the week-
after the delegates had hes-n glv- I end with Iter sister. Mrs. W. K.
on a ride over Ihe clly, i HHrlicork, ami Mr. Hili-heiN-k III
I Oklahoma Clly. She was a, mu-
The Kl Reno (;«, i(,„| Kh-cirlc panh-d home Sunday afternoon by
company have rre-lwl a stool I -"r
j flag pole |n feet high on Ihoit |d*onhtPf, Miss Vara
building ami a hand ome flag
small gear in Tin- Tribune's prc«*
jainm<-d jun ns ihe edition was
going lo press. There was not
sufficient line- lo repair the pari
and get lh<* papers to Ihe ban-
quet. Tile American loaned a
gear lo the Tribune and ilm
paper went to prams.
ami Mrs Hlii-li nk and
Mr l.loyd Matthew
VOX III XvM XIII III.
ll’dT 14 years ago tin* people ol
J England Fi.*n and the I'nlt-
i‘«l Slate* were unanimous In hott-
ing that the worse ptis llvlo bad
luck would ■ eontpany Paul Vdh j Rlalla lit worn Oh la hum
Hlndenhurg of tlennaiiy In any- j visitor* yesterday
thing lo apt
countries art* happy because this I
saute Paul von II i ml '-it burg loi* |
scored a great triumph
A decade mid a hall a: ■ sue- I
cess for their hope, depended on I
lallare for Yon Hlndenhurg
Today they find tin outlook for
suimounts the pole. At night a latvl.n It Armstrong, ol ttkla-
aearclt Illumines tin* fi.se j houm Clly. a hunlMM vl-l«or
it* i • M*>
;m I Mm
1IOW CAN I?
Cy ANNE ASHLEY
llordo't Jackson, of Weatherford,
| spent tile week end III lln- liolin*
id Id purer!• Mr and Mrs. T 4!.
i.lui kson. I .'Ii Kasi t'nvnnatigh
By CHARLES P. STF.WART
Central 1‘ret* Staff Writer
WASHINGTON, D. C. - E*.
cept for an occasional brief, pithy
remark, .Senator Thomas P. Gore
simply has sat and listened to his
brother lawmaker* thus far since
. c-ngres* met.
TUa blind Okla-
homan can talk
when he chooses
to do so.
Nocon g ye*,
atonal debater Ih
recent year.* has
s u r p a aged the
reputation he cm
ids senatorial dec-
ade and n half,
from tlio ••sooner”
mild hi* fellow
I »■ mocrat.a pun-
ished hi* hitter
son'* pnht-war policies l,y refusing
turn a renoialnation. In 19S0 they
decide*! to forgive him. He find tieen
a mighty champion of the former*.
Maybe they concluded that they
needed him again.
The first thing Senator flore did
after hi* election was to take a ape-
rial course at the Oklahoma agri-
cultural college. Then ho started on
a lour of the farm twit. Moat legis-
Intor* are aatished to understand
tloir own rdlpoctlvo Mates’ especial
problems. The Mind senator traveled
from the Onlf of Mexico to Winni-
peg, with side trlp.’i totaling nearly
l-'mnlly bo arrived In Washington,
saying he f*lt i*-asonald>- competent
to discuss lln- fnrm question in alt its
• • •
HOWEVER, congress convened
with Its mind occupied with other
work, to which It seemed Inclined to
give tho precedence over agriculture's
Tho farmer* sre clamorous enough
but they lack organization to push
their desires with tho energy shown
11y |il,- business in It* various forms—
notably haul,In? nm! mlmii Industry.
Anyway, they have lunl to wait,
pending legislative action on such
matters fl* the creation of tlm He-
construction Finance corporation,
the broadening of Federal Reserve
ri edit fiiclllllo* and n decision upon
ns painless a method a-< pnarNhlc to
me* I I lie fideral liil*l;;ct's present
' di in it of a bdhon or -*• per annum.
In the meantime the hlghly-agrl-
cultural Senator Clore simply lias s.*t
and listened, with no air of impatis
• • •
FROM A CHAT 1 had with him
shortly before tho session opened, my
Impression is that this pliilnsopluo
calm Is *lu« mainly to the senator’s
llrm conviction that nothing ^ingress
possibly ran do will mnka natch *lif.
'As one of the country’s political
magicians.” he told mo. "I halve small
faith In the magic wo- prnctide.
“America and tho rest of the world
are paying for tho war.
"In four year* it consumed, directly
und Indirectly, approximately the
equivalent of nil tho accumulated
wealth of the United States. Natural-
ly tho entire world Is correspond-
ingly poorer and suffer* In conse-
"Trying to restore thot wealth by
net of ennsres* or parliament or diet
is like trying to legislate hack the
legs and arm* of men crippled In
• • •
• FOR URBAN FOLK an well a*
rural.” continued tho Oklahoman,
“relief from the depn-Hsion will coin**
through the healing processes of
i me, and through no more swtftly-
working treatment—though govern-
ment can removn some of tho evils
which retard recovery.
"For example, one step In the di-
rection of better conditions clearly
lies In tho direction of tariff reduc-
tion, to permit exclinnges of our
goods lor the goods of other people*.
r tho benefit of agriculture, to
which, a* an exporting in*histry <•*
It can Itnd foreign mark* tx>. tariff
protection I* counterfeit money.
• Even tariff luljustment will be dif-
ficult. U-cause other nations l-jv#
Men driven to n-tnliats against us.
Every country Is trying to muko It-
self self-sufflcl* iff. In* hiding seven
now ones of war creation. England
Itself, the cradle of free trade, has
come to protection.”
• • •
“IT fS pnpsrm.E." concluded the
senator, "to ray only this wilt* ear
"When prices have reached their
lowest and have remained at that
level lone enough to convince prac-
tically cveryae*- Hint they assuredly
will not sink still lower, there will
begin to be a resumption of normal
-It win not oecnr while great mint-
i., * of f-*lk cunt Inna to l*M*h for a
further decline and, therefore, f->r
Uttgr liar-jalns a little law* "
Girls Plan to Enter An-
nual Style Show
Dairy judging was siudied hy
the hoys while girls did appro-
priate dross contest work at tho
regular mooting Monday of tho
Flying Aces. Danner 4-W organ-
Captains of tlm Various pkn.-teg
of tho boys' work tuaio sati.ifao-
tory roports rovoaling that seven
dairy cows, 1.7 dairy calve a,
eight pigs. 30 acres of corn, 40
acres of legume crops, 30 chicken *
as well as 200 egg.* to he hat -li-
ed were being used In the work.
Five glr*s of the group are
planning . to participate in the
style show of the appropriate
dross contest. MLs Harvey
Thompson, home demansirntlon
ugent- showed the girls how to
Us*- different seams uud finishes.
DUCKS STARVING IN LAKES
Monroe. Miclt.. (IPi- Thousand t
of wild ducks, slate conservation
officers report, tire sturviug along
the shores of Ia*ke Erie Immune
they decided not to take tlielr an-
imal trip south this winter. The
ducks have been uiuihlo to ohtulu
enough feed from the marches, ac-
cording lo Deputy Fred Shim-var.
8liiiii-vni- saiil gamekeeper* are
making nil eflort to save tllP.dlick*
hy distributing food
Mr. uud Mrs. II. E. Daves und
daughter. .Marguerite Jane return-
ed lo their home In Elk City Mon-
duy evening following a visit with
Mrs. Dave's sister. Mrs. Richard
Horton, and Mr. Horton, l.leb-
Dewitt "Chick" (lephnrt, mem-
ber of the Kl Reno ItiRfcfohool
j graduating class of '29. will ap-
pear hero Thursday afternoon
with Hie University of Oklahoma
men's glee dull when II present*
a program ut 2:30 o'clock in the
highs* itool auditorium. Ho is tho
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Oop-
hart, 1010 South Macomb ave-
nue, and was a member of tho
men’s varsity-quartet in '31.
JONESES TOOK LEAD
l-ondoii. (IP) Among the
friepds Is Iwln^ restored by M.
13'* I'alrice Hot-lid. of tin- Fulace of
in I Mu. .mi
I gallon hot wntei \,*i*i* whll»l“'"l H* WM 1,1 Ou.......
[still warm lit hot It -tiles ot the'
gl**- and let It remain for twelve! Mr mol Mr* I F. Mt Donald
hours. The glass ran then be re- Bud daughter. Xllss Margaret, und
moved without - lining. |m 1 " 'X*l*i*ii *lN'»l Snndav wtih
Miss Maxim- M* Donald at Ihe FI
(j. II iw <an I soften pally
A. Slit tngdher two pounds| uuc*t
Ihe world *i go**d deal hrlght*-r In*- ' sal--**da. nn*--liglf poiiml lime, one|lh*'U
* «u»*- of hi* sui-cess.
Nor has Hlndenhurg iltaitged
He Is much the same man today
as he was In 19lx older, a lit-
tle slower, pcrhup*. a little more
West her-heat *-n, hut essenl lally un-
The whole world lias changed.
In 1919 Hlndenhurg stood for a
cause that wai threatening most
of the things that western rlrll-
ttgtlon prizes. Today he -reins *
stout bulwark against one of the
severest threats westrrn civiliza-
tion Will ever In* called on to far*.
Ma*»s-d against hint, in the re-
cent Herman election, were men
Mid forces that lud no program to
offer but destruction. A Fascld
nr Communist victor* in the elec-
tion might have mean! a world-
shaking catastrophe Hlndenhurg
stood for the sanity, the endur-
ance, of me Herman people III*
Victory, whose final ratification In |
Ihe run-off election seems a*<urcd
serves notice that Hermany has
not yet horn driven to despera-
And there Is a heartening moral
to In* drawn from hi* per-onal
triumph, too His victory Is proof
that sheer force of character can
mid Mr*. 4'. II Todd and
si. Mi-- Thelma. Ml North
I* avenue, and Mr und Mrt.
T**dd, of I'alumoi, were
Fiiudav mil Monday ol
*oi mol t mt|o-r, tt E. Todd
(j How ran t remove the thin
•kins of new potatoes and voting
A. They inn he removed quickly
land wlthnui waste hy nibbing
i with a copper-tinsel |n>t * ioth,
taking rare to keep both cloth
■ ml vegetable wet hy dipping In
a basin of water.
Q How can I keep oranges for
A. Try drying the orange * with
a cloth, then wrapping each one
separately In wag paper and plac*
Ing |n a box
ororlly house In Still
guests at a rctcul Iwiiquct hen-, Versailles. The llicutcr \iim orlg-
of Welsh people there were 37 mall* a kind of n hum made
nmnril Jon*-* other tvpt* ally , * lih-flv of wood und moulded |ia-
Wclsli mum-, wei*- o strongly, per. .Tin- lr*-u«ury nrqnutila of
r»*pi*-seni.-.i dial It was found 177** esilmnt# It at n <*>*( of $•»,-
ms essai> to print each guesl's i dizi.
address on III-- liauqui * INI. Tli* r**j •—— —— *- -
wi-n- 42 namisl Kvnns. :i nmm-d ‘ LENINS' WIDOW
Davie, hi named Williams, :'Ht SITS FOR BUST
named Thomas, and 19 named, aP) _ <u American
i ATlllpUffHi, Ml- Itfi llU** (\.Ro^n*
VATICAN PLANS NEW STAMPS i hoi**e. ol lavs Vngeles working
VaHi.in i'll,. (l>*> x new n-il**^oii a Imsi ol l-enin's widow. Na-
of Fnpnl piMlage -tamps Is to iH-'di.gipN Kruivsknyn. Tliia Is tin
issued »tuoily. There will In* IS first linn* that .Madame Lenin ha.
stamp In the set, ■ oiup.ili*l with loiisented lo s|t (or a aeulptor
the |»r< - *-nt series ol IS, und a I Mrs. Kasenhou**** described Dliln's
complete set will coal ulmut 22! widow as a mild, motherly per-
lln more than Hie present one. jipu.
The zaliji tenni* frock is practical
when tla* sntin washe*. Thiz frock
of ww-lialilo cream satin ami i*
worn by Juliette Conipton, screen
FLIER TURNS IN FIRE ALARM
New Yoik. OP> What Is he
'level! to have lo-eii the first fin-
tlurni rciNirled by radio from an
tirplum- aloit was turned In by
Mark Miinii. American Airways
pilot on Ihe Fldcago-OiiU'Innati
run. Shortly after lie took off
from tli* Chicago mnnidpul air-
Wit. lie saw the roof of the ilc-
verted Army reserve liangar lilaz-
lug and radioed the men ut the
ground tdeiiou lo summon fir --
men. Who pul out the tile.
EMIGRE WON PRIZE IN t YR8.
I.y-mi, .Mass, (Lpy f„ years
ago, Au* In i lta|H>|s*il, I i i 12,
arrivisl from Foluini, tiiiul h* !*•
speak, or understand a *** d ni
Kuglish. Reis-utly sin* w * the
t.ucky It. Allen mnlnl .-•* t ie best
orator iim-ng I.sihi si* -nts a*
l.vnn English lilghschool.
- CRITERION --
Tomorrow & Thursday
Never before :» dramatic situa-
tion fraught with **uch terrific
suspense, such tremendous
thrills. . . . Selfish, ruthless
father battling sentimental son
for the love of the same woman
. . . The woman on the rock
between loving the son. fearing
the father! . . . Never before
such a flood of realistic emo-
tion flung upon the screen.
A HOUSE DIVIDED”
Last Time Tonight
“Man Who Played God”
Tomorrow & Thursday
Are Barnria Pay
“MEN IN HER IJKE”
Charles I lick lord
Lait Time Tonight
Tomorrow & Thursday
[| i: It. Eurlry of luin South
-Willlnm. informs us that she had
STAND PLAYS CUPID ROLE I her cut In* house repuperod uud
■ Chico. Cal- OP) H.-nrgc Long |„.r kit. h. n und hath rafalutod.
| .......... pi«|*rl*lor *»f u -<>it drink m, |. |,Jnvu ,i„mK u,„ **„ik
a "r.imumic" l.iivim-s**. f?Im *• h--)hgn pleaund as Mr. Harrell's
«*p* ii' il hl< htlslne-s Iwn yearswmk N as near m-rlet ' as |uv--
ago lie has employed seven girls.slide an I Ills pr.cgg in- reason-
six nf w hum have igned to h* able III. phou** uumliers are
ntarrlod. ri-shliuir** ut”; otflre 394.—Adv.
W F Morrison, 414 Koulh Itar
k* r avi-iiin- was a business visitor
In Oklahoma Fit) Tuesday.
RESTORE PETIT Krvyl Dross, student of Ihe Ok-
TRIANON THEATER lahomu I'nlveralty In Norman. «t-
Paris, (IP) The tItraler of Up'l tended the All-state high s* heel
Petit Ttbinnn, where* Murle-Au cage banquet here Monday eve-
tnlmdle plnveit with her intimuie 1 ning.
Col. II. Norman Schwarzkopf, su-
p* tint'ml'-nt nf tho New Jersey II
state |*olico who has b«-* n the mo-t "
nctivo official in the Lindbergh
hahy kidnaping case, has admitted
thnt official investigator* are com-
pletely bewildered in their effort*
to find the stolen child. Schwarz-
kopf hasn't slept moro than 20
h<*ur« sinco the kidnaping oc-
For Fire Only
We Handle Only Ihe Hest Grade of McAlesfer
No Slack—Hums up Clean
And "Boy,” what n hot fire. . . It’s a pleasure
to sell this coal. . . We have Henryetta, too!
UNMAN FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
Would You Know It When You Saw It?
Hy LES FORGRAVE
By ROBERTA LEE
»CE OfO TM WAuK
rVkKiOV THUtOG .*
iTW IT .
tj Wliat I* the pru|N-r way to
eat charlotio russe?
A. The *pooa may In* used for
the filling, or cream, hut the fork
should he u«ed lor ihe cuke foun-
. , , .. q. Slioutd the hosleas always
rouat lor more in a light |*l. e. ^ h|>r ^
than Z'-nlns llsell
No one has ever claimed that
Him)* nlnirg H a great algiesman
lie la not an orator. He Is not
a clever politician, tin Is not
apt, by a stroke of Insight, lo
find a solution for Hermany'*
Ho l* simply—Hlndettburgji
man who ran he relied upon, mmc
what may to he faithful to hla
duly. That, In the present crisis,
4 0 4
A FA MM HKUM
rxi'HINn Ihe la - ** >r of Hie old
kJ tariff, ending June 2n. I9lt».
the total number of
A. Yes. in bmIt men and wo-
Q. What I* the correct male
attire at a formal breakfast?
A. The morning or frock mat,
with gray trousers.
Itlj Wy IVMul
OO YOU REALIZE
VJMA.T YOU OtO9
yOO MADE MG LOSE |
MVEQUt LiQR*OM .'___
/ I CX^fsJ T
TV*EE tT. ARG
HAD it XAJITM
r. i i .-\ i*r*t i
kltoi her. which once nuuouncesl I
the visits ol H*-orae Wsslilnaivm **» j
the home of John N. Filer at
Newark. N, J.. Is one of the prlzetl !
possessions of the chapter of Hold j
I mar mothers here. The kttorkel
was given the nrgeutaallnn hy|
My Kiiu'dom for *10
Hy PAUL ROBINSON
beef cattle 1 ”l'**'"
It'S? The Hawley.9m.vol hill grsnddanghter of Filer
raised the duly from MM and one- P"'1 m, mh'r "Mhej^rtMjr.
hall **..„. |o two and one-half vsiCOMg
* eats . pound with the result <hat "'*« 0W^ ',,C0
In ike nezt twelve manth* r.itln Mgrnde. U*) - In line with
import, dropped to 7M«" head. *ol.ry cuts In all goV(
Was II not worth aomeihlnn t„ emmeot branches to tho g.nerol
F„„ed Htatee farmers to hoy, ..mpsign. King Alenan
import, of foreign cntMe rednewt «IM»»- ntoo hnn hern cut
by mom then JOO.UOt, head? K * 1 ***'• »T"mH’ ,hl>
The old tariff imposed • duty of ^forp Thr r-
one-half cent o pound on pork *•«“>« «' ■« ®»n sunnee-
product, and In l»*h w* Importod ,,0,,
moni ly from '
ir YteONLY GOKi t?
a«r MAMOtBO - WMATS
TDK iOCA f*A«,NO AkONO
ArKtOHTY PW? IS^
CHUt5CM ON FWC tt
hi Metr*. *'irrickk:,l
1 TV40UGHT MOOA? OLD
man MAO TOLD TMR
COP® TO CATCH US-
ANCE USING YOU HOC.
m oonino kasi a* nv
POLICK OAND V4ILL ok
Fouado. With the lailft increno-1
«d from one-half to
our lmportn dropped to Ilf.oOP
pounds. Wt« if not worth some-
thing fo United Rtntea farmer*
Mrs. Arthur it. Bturdevant.
ill Eant Wade airoot, will re-
turn Tuoodsy evchiun from n
mouths visit with her rnaibor.
Mrt Mary J. Vats, in New Mil-
i!) o isLo r
m hi fHl S N
U JUDGE U \ 1
p s*"v '/ A
our vie. yzAhf TOQtr marqiko
A MCffO«r'OP OtUCCTSO US HEST AriU
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