The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 42, No. 223, Ed. 1 Friday, November 17, 1933 Page: 1 of 8
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^1 BEHIND THE
The El Reno Daily Tribune
Canadian County: The Blue Ribbon Community of Oklahoma Served by a Blue Ribbon Daily Newspaper.
The Heart of the Rich
(f SANS ASSOCIATED PRESS
EL ilKNO, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. ........
(U.R) MEANS UNITED PRESS
VOLUME 42, NO. 223.
(Editor's Note: This feature
Is published for its extraor-
dinary news value and the light
it gives on important current
events, and is not an editorial
expression of The Tribune).
* * •
It will be interesting to note the
effect of renewed lriendly rela-
.tions with Russia upon the popu-
lar American attitude toward com-
The best bet seems to be that
Yankee apprehension of the Len-
inist doctrine's spread throughout
the United States simply will eva-
porate as soon as the Washington
government ceases to regard it as
something to be particularly afraid
of; also that it will lose its appeal
as the country comes into diploma-
tic contact with it.
The belief that Soviet leaders
were especially desirous to convert
the United States to their philoso-
phy never has been shared by such
investigators as Senators Burton
K. Wheeler of Montana, Bronson
Cutting of New Mexico und Robert
R. Reynolds of North Carolina,
who have toured the U S. S. R.
personally. Senator William H
BATTLE TODAY IN
El Reno Gridmcn Seek
To Move Out of Mid-
El Kero 0, Norman 6 i hull >
HOW THEY STARTED
Did You Hear
ARRET MILES was display-
-* ing a lime shipped from
m Rio Granue Valley. The
N: was nearly eight inches in
t. /umference, about four times
Bob Sturdevant received high
recognition this week when he
appeared at the Young Artists
concert at the capital. One
critic commented that the El
Reno boy "is a young baritone
of great promise."
If the local school pupils can
put on such an exhibition of
' pep” as they did Thursday
night for a none too successful
grid team, we are wondering
what the demonstration would
be if the Indian gridsters were
about to become champions.
FIRST PICTURE OF MURDER VICTIM
El Reno highschool's improving
Indian gridsters were out to make
a determined stand to get out of
__ the cellar position in the Mid-State
Kh^‘of‘Utah,"onJ of "the fi'rat of1 standings in their game this after-
American statesmen to visit Rus-, noon against the Norman Tigers
sla following the Soviet regime's heIe- .. . , ___
establishment, arrived, to be sure' Following toe homecomng pep
at a different conclusion, which *“‘0“ and parade last night and
perhaps was justified in its earlier the parade ust before the con-
days, before it had attained itsltest this afternoon, the Indians
present stability and while the keyed up to a high pitch,
inlsslonarving urge, maybe, was Coach Tillinghast s warr ors were
stronger upon it than now. I >° ‘he task of turning back
* # * the Norman eleven which has an-
CHANGES nexed its last three conference
Moreover. Moscow's communism, fri‘1 p"8“B<>,ne"t,s.
as of 1933. is spoken of by Sena- aty*e- Victims of the Tigers include
tor Reynolds, the latest of Ameri- Classen and Chlckasha _
can notabilities to talk with Krem- Rcno “ Underdo):
lin officialdom, as a deal modified E1 we"t nl‘>,.U)f as
I the underdog, but with the Indians
likely to be playing an inspired
Murray lo be Accused In
Threat on Federal
since 1911. To say that it is
lapsing Into conservatism, the sen-
ator seems to think, doubtless
would be an overstatement; nev-
ertheless. hs clearly considers that
brand of ball, anything was likely
Both elevens were to enter the
it Udriftlna somewhat in that dl- renteat with their full strength
rerilon Perfect football weather prevailed
Anyway, the Washington corisen- as ,lme ,or ,*lp Kame arrived.
sus is that Russian recognition,
far from encouraging, will tend to
deflate communistic propaganda in
the United States—by robbing it
ol its mystery and Interest, as a
* * *
Military men in Washington refer
to Russia's evident nervousness at
flights of Japanese war planes over
the Soviets' far eastern territory
as not at all surprising. They re-
call that in 1904 the Japanese de-
stroyed live Russian fleet In Port
The contest, the first conference
game on the home gridiron, was to
be played before the largest crowd
in recent years.
Washington. Nov. 17 NPi—Unit-
ed States District Attorney Herbert
K Hyde of Oklahoma City .’aid
here today he would present soon
to the department of Justice and
the federal relief administration
charges of irregularity in Gover-1
nor Murray's administration of
federal relief In Oklahoma.
“I came to Washington on other
matters, as well as the Murray
matter," Hyde said, "and I may not
be able to present the relief sit-
uation before next week.”
The prosecutor. In a statement
to newsmen at Oklahoma City
Saturday charged salesman for
Governor Murray's weekly news-
paper had threatened federal relief
workers with loss of their jobs un-
less they subscribed to It. Mur-
ray answered the charge was "a
Declines Attorney Gen-
eral Candidacy Pro-
posed by Murray
Oklahoma City, Nov. 17—</P)—
Hugh Jones of Hominy announced
his resignation today from the state
beard of affairs effective im-
He said he resigned at the re-
quest of Governor Murray, who
yesterday urged Jones as a Demo-
cratic candidate for attorney gen
Will Not Run
Jones added however, that he
would not be a candidate for at'
"I appreciate the high honor o
the endorsement but I positively
will not run for attorney general,
Asked if he planned to run for
governor. Jones said he had not
made up his mind and added
"what I say about this thing will
be from the stump
"I have been offered a proposi-
tion of resigning or being fired, so
I prefer being fired and I was
fired.” Jones explained.
"It was because I desired to
pursue my own course. It was an
ultimatum from the governor's
Jones said the principal objec
tion to his remaining in office on
the board was that he would not
run for attorney general at the
governor's request He said objec-
tion was made also to an address
he made at Pawhuska Nov. 15 in
which "I stated In substance that
the Democracy of the state had Us j
own right to select its own candl- [
dates without having them deslg- ]
We Saw Today
CRIENDS of M. B. Cope who
r related the following story
—Mr. Cope was seated at the
head of the table which was
reserved for El Reno at the
26th annual statehood banquet
in Oklahoma City Wednesday
evening and it seemed the
minute the floor show started
—He was seen changing his
"specks"—Of course he put on
stronger lens in order that he
wouldn't miss anything.
Out Our West Window—Billy
Kuczynski carrying his pet
white rat. Minnie.
Mrs W. H. Thompson, who
is really diplomatic.
William C. Bullipt Ap-
pointed First U. S. En-
voy; Normal Relations
Between 2 Countries To
HEARING IS SET
Washington, Nov. 17 (d’i—Presi-
dent Roosevelt announced today
that the United States will resume
normal relations with Russia and
exrhangr of ambassadors.
lie has designated William C.
Bullipt lo be the first American
envoy to Russia. The President
raid tlie agreement was reached at
1(1 o'clock last night.
Washington. Nov. 17 (A*)—Emerg-
ing from the White House after a
conference with President Roose-
velt, Maxim Litvinoff, told report-
ers that he Thought there would
be a statement today" on recogni-
tion of the Soviet by this govern-
ment after sixteen years of ab-
Litvinoff added, however, that
any announcement must come from
Mr. Roosevelt. This is expected
before the chief executive leaves
for Warm Springs, Ga„ today.
Causes Uproar A^ain
New Orleans, Nov. 17 OP)—For
Not Guilty Flea Entered the/uth consecutive day, John o.
... Holland, Investigator for the spe-
I* Or > 1FJJII l»rowII cial senate sub-committee tnvestlg-
' ating Senator John H. Overton's
election, threw the session Into
an uproar by shouts of censure
against the committee.
Above Is the first picture of Mrs charges of murder
Marie Elmsley Brown, former
prominent Windsor. Ontario. wom-
,, , c r an, printed in this section. Mrs
Funeral SUT\ ices For Brown's body was found on the
Okarche Child Held roadside west of here last month
_ Virgil Brown is now held here on
Funeral services for Phtlomena -
Ann Rise hard. 18 months old
Preliminary hearing for Virgil
Brown, charged in the murder ol
his w'ife, Mrs. Marie Elmslev
Apparently there has been *>me | ®r°w"' ‘"V ?
friction between Jones and Chair- Counly Jucle:'
man W C. Hughes of the board. :F ™°'...
Jones was apolnted by Governor A not suilty plea was entered | d . , , n t A
Murray as a board member Juno ithls morning in county court by ' " 1 «... i.^ville' wdl
1. 1931. HLs successor has not been. Detent Attorney J A Rinehart frew"' Jo r|JS ™
, , !£ ts h™1',:!,p
Accused of Disloyalty C0U, t> Ja‘1 1" Blair was a holdover from the
Jones said he was called to the I day- Following the arraignment I , administration
...uuiic uiiuuM.i me vuuiivsv in governor's office after he gave a I Brown was committed to the cus-1
the Border Cities Star (Third statement l<* a newspaper that he t0^;v °£ lhf sheriff without bail.
Windsor Ontario datlv would not be a candidate for at- No developments of any itnpor- j
! torney general. Ttie Governor ac- t®nce in the roadside murder casi
I cused him of disloyalty and the Ihave appeared as county author
I resignation resulted I ltlcs continued their Investigation |
Jones said Gorvemor Murray *or additional clues, County At-
The picture above shows Mrs.
Brown as she appeared a few years
ago, and was released to The
Tribune through the courtesy ot
llltEWKK WILL BE NEW
ASS'T. DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Tulsa, Nov. 17 (A*i—C. E. Bailey,
United States district attorney, an-
CITY IS LOSER IN
Arthur harbor first and declared Parade, Bonfire Are
* # *
Frank A Vandcrltp, retired fi-
nancier, and long a power in Wall
Street, Is taking up cudgels in
earnest in support of President
Roosevelt's monetary policy. I saw
Climax of the El Reno high-
school homecoming program was
to huve come with the crowning
of the football queen, Miss Lela
ioday~»ii<i w «*» >r»
to be mystified regarding the pres-
ide ntfe gold policy. Orthodox fi-
nanciers say they do not under-
stand it, but that, anyway, it is
wrong . . .
"In high banking circles, there
la no catch phrase more current
than the admonition 'Do not
tinker with the currency.' The very
word 'tinkering' has- conic U) have
an obnoxious connotation
"Even to suggest change in
our monetary system la stamped
with unsound radicalism.
"If a mechanism ceases to work
Mitl.slartonlv shall we not
Arthur Ellsworth, the Indians'
captain, was to have performed
the crowning ceremonies. An-
nouncement of the Miss Morris'
election as football queen was
made Thursday night at the bon-
fire rally of the student body at
Legton Park following the pep
parade through the business dis-
trict of the etty.
Site was selected by the hlgh-
schooi classes from a field of
three candidates. Miss Virginia
Parker, senior, and Miss Sibyl
Davidson. Junior, being the other
two. Miss Morris, the 15-year-old
daughter of mr and“ Paul Steel Industry Asks Little Hope Held For . ltn H B ,
oa.ignier oi Mr ana Mrs raui _ , ... t0ld him that he heard he intended torney Sam Roberson Mild lotiav
Rise hard, okarche. who died ( ode Extension Today, Mounded Crescent Man VIgomnor j0^ h«u ror tramp
«... . _ —“— . I that no one had ever asked him j Mr. Rinehart declared today he I
Guthrie. Nov. 17 (4V-Little hope t0 run for governor would Join the County Attorney In I
was held today for recovery of I Several weeks ago the Governor I an effort to locale a transient, I
Romanic Beyer, Crescent business asked Jones if he would like to who reported at Calumet the day I
mail, who has been in a Guthrie run for attorney general. Jones ol the murder that he had heard!
Thursday night, will be held Sat-
urday morning at the Holy Trinity
Catholic church there.
The child died at an Oklahoma
City hospital following four days
Illness from nephrite*. Father
Steber will be in charge of the
rites after which Interment will be
in the Okarche Catholic cemetery,
according to arrangements an-
nounced from the Benson funeral
In addition to the parents, sur-
vivors Include a' sister. Helen
Marie, two brothers, Albert and
(’older M eat her is Due
Washington. Nov. 17 OPi—The
steel industry today requested the
NRA for an extentlon of Us code
until May 31, 1934 at the same
tie recording as a formal resolu-
tion its general satisfaction with
the operations of the code in its
effects on the industry.
Morgenthau Sworn In
hospital since lie was shot and related, and the board member a woman’s scream while lie was
dangerously wounded Oct. 14 i replied he had not thought about walking the hlghuay near the point
Milt Hager. Crescent school teacher. | lt. 'where the slaying occurred.
Is charged with assault with Intent Later Derision It was not definitely known lair
a* M OOO^bond Ht ** #t °° Wh’’" thf Omeraor w“d Be today whether trial of the case
a sz.utiu ooncu would support Jones, the latter said | w0l,id rome up at the present Jury
\s Treasurv Official nonxivnt m I saw ihe„2voultl lrt lllm ,know ’Btey , , term of tin court now 111
AS. irmsury wiiiuai roonE\F.I.T TO LEAVE .8omp llme „ncrward. j told I This hinges on two things,
Murphy Draws Hentencc
In Mhcat Theft
Colder but not freezing weather j
Is due within the next 24 hours,,
according to Friday's forecast |
which also predicted partly cloudy i
skies for Saturday.
Temperatures in the state will not I
.it „.miufted with i vww' ‘ — drop to the .ow levels prevailing in
ni.ffirirni Drrlomuuice? Or shall daughter of Mrs Mary E Morris, m(dwestern nnd northeastern states.
™ X i" 'm 8unsrt Drlve' ■» act,vc U was indicated The mercury
There SU 1 J„n^ orthodox school mcmbpr ot lhe °lr‘ Friday was expected to climb
of T ancm thoughT wa^ped ' up Plety T1 ,lB81 U‘rm ^lle In Junior hl h(>1. lhan Thursday s maximum
of ftnanuai inougni. wiuppeu (^ hlglischoo was prominent In the of 70 d(,,,rofs
In an old-time belief. They think | ^ rlu'b _ |
Washington. Nov. 17 i/Pi—Henry
Morgenthau. Jr., today took the
oath of under-secretary of the
treasury and prepared to take
Within Next 21 Hours “S
his leave of absence.
TONIGHT ON SOJOURN ®°?te "Berward, 1 . -irawn. n,» imun »ll HU IIUIIP.
___‘ ' ' him I dldn t want to run. dldn t outcome of the preliminary hear-
dS; i^“ttrs,':..... .......................
. , , , r.irrent nnvernmeni uf. IrBCC' hut told him I might change 5,, Lbip to carry on the trial., tion of the sewage dls|>osal plant
fairs for a get away tonight on mL.nl!nd.Jn 5?„°!_9?.day?.J ..1 lhc County Attorney said. In the Iihs duinaged the health of his
H R Evans was awarded $1,*
931 damages late Thursday after-
noon by a district court Jury In a
suit against the City of El Reno.
The Jury reported at 5:45 yesterday
The suit which was on trial since
early Tuesday sought damages on
the grounds that Improper opera-
Then the Oovernor asked
two weeks sojourn at his Warm--
Springs. Oa. retreat. ' (SEE NO. 2. PAGE 4)
event the case should not be family and the value of his prop-
tried at this term of rourt, it will erty.
TWAS THE MONTH BEFORE ( HKISTMAS!
likely go to trial at the next term I
u definite number of grains of gold
h an unvarying standard of
value In fact, U never has been
They erroneously compare the
stability ol that standard with
the yard ... or the pound, , .
"So they advocate returning to
the old gold standard, and believe
such action will be followed by a
general restoration of confidence,
and thereafter ull will be well....
"Mv belief ts that such a return
l.t impractical , .
What are Vanderllp's Ideas ns to
what our monetary system should
Both Arr Squaws
Both Miss Parker and Miss
Davidson, who served us attend-
ants to Miss Morris, are members
of Squaws, senior hlghschool girls'
club, and B. M. C„ girls'
literary society, In addition to be-
ing outstanding In other school
activities. Junior hlghschool at-
tendant* to Miss Mortis were Miss
Margaret Fischer, seventh grade.
Miss Dorothy Mac Merveldt. eighth
grade, nnd Miss Mnxtnc Thomp-
son. ninth grade.
During the bon-fire rally program
at Legion Park Thursday night
pep talks were made by H E.
Wrinkle. local Mipcrintn.
Because of a disrupted world Arlbur miws, representing the foot*
condition «in the matter of Inter- l)nl| lram and coach Virgil Til-
imtional truci ,» und bccuuw* of in-1 unghot. Pep norn» und yell* were
_____>____i k.. . I In InlnFllulImv. r _ .
vestment by capital In Internation
a I securities, gold no longer plays
the leading purl In wealth.
Liquid rapllul (according to Van-
' derllpi now Is the leading factor
It can be moved from country to
country with rapidity, and flees
with great rapidity The amount
of this liquid capital Is equivalent
to the world's gold supply—ten
billion dollars. The flights of this
liquid capital has completely up-
set the old gold atandard merhun-
Istn, aavs Vanderllp. Oold. left
alone, flees Into hiding with capi-
Thus, as Vanderllp sec* the sit-
uation. It la Impossible lo it turn
to the old-time free gold mar-
kets. Governments will aaaunv
the direction of all
Geneva Grass Fiarns Trip
To Chicago Congress
Miss Oeneva Grass 18. Calumet,
has been selected as one of 45 all-
around club champions In the
state who have earned free trips
to the national 4-H club congress
In Chicago Dec. 2 lo 9. according
to word received Friday by Miss
Harvey Thompson, home demon-
Miss Orass. the daughter of C.
A. Grass, lias been an artlvr
Police aiT looking for the me-
chanical horse which the laU> Cal-
vin Coolldge rode In the White
House, Police Superintendent
Brown asked White Hour'1 attach-
ea where It could be located,
Police wanted It lor a gymnas-
ium being filled up at thn lourtli
precinct station as a neighborhood
elub for hnya White House at-
tache* said they believed the
horae had been arnt to North*
iHEE NO. I, PAOK 2)
led by Miss Davidson and Law-
Preceding the game Friday aft-
ernoon the El Reno hlghschool
band paraded the business district. __ ______J _____ _______
The line of march Thursday night j worker In lite Calumet 4-H club
was headed by the cuitomary In-1 durln„ th(. paM six years. Sin-
dian In full dress It was the | |,B(l niniiHl championships In the
first football purade of hlgltschool poultry, gardening, cunning and
students In four years. clothing phases of the work.
She was graduated with the class
UNITING DAIGHIi.lt of 1933 from the Calumet high*
Mrs. J. H. Elliott, ol Alhambra. k-IiooI Her trip Is one offered by
Calif., la visiting In the home of lhp Roeg igland railway. This
her dulighter, Mrs Herbert O Kel- honor liwl ypar WM wol, l)V 04lh
ler and Mr. Keller, 410 East Wade | Hcrrlmati, also a member ol the
*lrefl Calumet club.
, In case Miss Glass finds II Im-
1 LI B IIANIST BLIND possible to take advantage of the
International Bo"‘"n l1UBrw*'lw frloplor' P1""- trip an alternate will be rhoaen.
International al „ ,ot.lll night club, la totally Mlw) Thompson said There are a
1 “‘“id. number of Canadian county 4-H
club girls will) high records
DEPART ED It AMARILLO
Fred L. Cooper, of Tulsa, and
Jack Ohiunnea*. 1008 Bunset Drive,
TO MAKE HOME HERE
Mr ami Mrs. R, L. Fouquicr
departed for a brief business trip to, arrlvpd Thursday from New Or*
leans to make their home In El'
Reno and are residing at llte j
Muzzy apartments Mr. Fouquicr Is;
a guard at the Southwestern re-
Fnrecaal Miss Anna Lee Hurst, 111 West
Fall- somewhat colder In west Watts street, who was been 111 for j
portion tonight, Baturday. partly | the past several days, la reported
cloudy, colder. 1 un Improved.
Preliminary Hearing In
FiXtortion (’ase Waived
At press lime Friday witnesses
were still testifying In the crim-
inal ras? of the State vs Martin
Melwes, charged with shooting ul
another person with a gun.
Ed Murphy entered a guilty
plea Rnd was sentenced to two
Oklahoma City, Nov 17 <U R) 1 years In the state reformatory ut
j Preliminary hearing for W H I Granite this morning when ar-
Mann, 57. El Reno contractor | ralgned on u second degree burg-
| scheduled today bofore U S Com- j >«ry He was alleged to have at-
mlssloncr George J Eacork. was I templed lo steal 15 bushels ol
waived by defense attorney. L P wheat from the John Merrer farm.
Tlie case was passed to the De- ATTEND FUNERAL
rember term of the Ornnd Jury. Among those who attended the
Mann Imd been released Tuesday I lum ral rites of Harry J. Luce hen-
under 15.000 bond after Informa- Wednesday afternoon were Mr.i.
noil aa. tiled alleging in- at-1 M Houston, daughter, Mias Helen
tempted to extort 85.5(H) from two
El Reno business men on a threat
(■old Policy Seen as In-
and son. Jark. Mr and Mrs. F L.
Hoale and daughter, of Corsicana.
Tex., Mr. and Mrs. John Verra.
of Herlngton. Kans.. J. 8. Evans,
I M Graves. W T. Clay, C. T.
Holtoff. F F Hopkins. R. L.
Hoasc und O. W Rdltn, of Oalva.
Kans. Mrs. M. 8. Barnes and
Miss Ella Dorbrltz. of Waco. Tex.
Mr und Mrs. J. M. Klmport, of
Ft Worth. Tex., Fred Flertch, of
Oklahoma City, W. Merrer. L R
Halley, Mr und Mrs. R 8 Verra
und Mrs. Myron Jones, of Shaw-
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Musgrave,
1002 South Macomb avenue, have
returned from a three weeks' visit
with relative* at points In Tenn-
Washington. Nov 17 •/»’> Pre-
diction that President Roosevelt
would act for I he "restoration of
xIIm-i" was voiced tixlav before a — ' 1
monetary ronference here that 1 1 ALI.El) BY DEATH
heard also a call for inflation Mrs. Russell McClain, lift North
through the Isauanee of "green Barker avenue, was called to Cus-
I tacks or currency backed by *||- ’rr' South Dak, Thursday night by
Vfr“ the death of her uncle, N. 8.
Senator Thomas of Oklahoma. | Tubbs. __________
who With Senator Smith '8. C, "
D*m.i railed the ronferenee, de-1
rlared that while the administra-
tion's present gold purt'hsse pulley
"has been helpful," It "haa no! ]
helped enough and the question
Is what kind of new money ought |
to be Issued "
H. D. Godwin. 118 North Hoff
avenue, relumed Thursduy from
a two weeks' vacation spent In
Denver. Colo, Jattrrz. Mrx„ and
points In New Mexico and Texas
Mra. George W Flunnlgnn and I
daughter, Miss Helm. 118 South
Barker avenue, attended -he '-on-
rent given by Robert Schmidt at
I the Oklahoma College for Women
| in Chit-kasha Thursday evening I
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