The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 44, No. 30, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 22, 1935 Page: 1 of 6
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Vou Can Buy It For
Less In El Rent
The El Reno Daily Tribune
ngle Copy, Three Cents
t/P) MEANS Ab,. JIATED PRESS
A Blue Itibbon Daily Newspaper Serving Oklahoma’s Blue Ribbon Area.
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1935
The Heart of the Rich
(UR) MEANS UNITED PRESS
VOLUME 44, NO. 30
Map Showing Plan for Fort Reno Flood Control Dam and Reservoir Project
' Roosevelt Tags Patman
Measure As Unfair
WASHINGTON. May 22 (/!’)—
I The senate today deferred con-
I sideration of the bonus veto un-
til tomorrow. Every Oklahoma
representative voted io over-
I ride the veto.
WASHINGTON, May 22 (/!’) -
aunttng President Roosevelt's per-
, nal warnings that the Patman
.200,000,000 bonus bill invited "dts-
trous consequences," the house
undered the necessary two-thirds
override his veto today.
| The vote was 322 to 98, The vote
which the Patman bill passed the
| >usc in March was 318 to 90
The issue thus was placed square-
up to the senate. There the ad-
intstration was counting on a few
I *tes margin to sustain Roosevelt’s
Thus, after the president had left
e capitol and senators had de-
| irted from the overcrowded c ham-
r, the powerful bonus forces In
e house united for a last effort on .
•half of their pet before possible I
lening of a fight for something j
ss later. Cheers and hand claps'
eeted the vote nnd the house pass-
14 along to other pending business.
mi if muni
T H N
The area which would be under water at flood periods is indicated in
the diagonally shaded portion of the map above. The permanent lake and
reservoir area would contain only about one-fourth this area and would lie along the
north shore line, following the present course of the river. The Hock Island rail-
road, indicated by the barred line cutting across the south quarter of the lake area,
would be rerouted, probably passing through the south side of the reformatory re-
serve and circling hack north below the dam to enter EJ Reno where it does at pres-
Vise* i UNO
KTO MESSAGE HEARD
1 r JOINT SESSION
WASHINGTON May 22 IA*> Con-
ess received the Patman bon as bill
! ick from the hands of President
I msrvrlt today, tugged an unsound
I id unfair invitation to "disaster,"
In the crowded chamber of the
I >use of representatives, he warned
be hostile bonus majority of boih
| anches of an "ultimate reckoning
uncontrollable prices" and "de-
|ruction" of savings by way of the
'lntlng press money route -should
| s veto be overridden
Nevertheless, the expectation n -
j allied (hat the house soon would
I He tht necessary two-thirds to
l/errklc and the administration
|ould have to depend on a narrow
•natc margin to win out
Should this happen, the veterans
| lot was ready to start on a new lax
. « whatever It could get. Some of
he legislature found ui ilie Roo • -
| ’It message encouragement lor the
arrlson compromise under which
(SEE NO. 1 PAGE 6)
Tw o Taloga Men Held For
|>1ears 12 Feet At Crest
Walel.t ol the North t'aiiadla
I ivrr at El Reno weie lalhn- today.
1 (ter having reached a crest ol
18 feet at 2 a. m. Wednesday,
ccording to O. H Pcnnybakcr. |
local observer. .
The river was 11 5 led deep at
a.vbrrak. and had dropped to II |
| ert at noon.
Iaiwlands between El Reno and
I'ukon were flooded as the crest
1 Hived downstream.
Loss of life or heavy damage was
Lot expected, as bottom land rcsl-
ents have been preparing for the
| lood for the past several days.
Stretches of roads In the vicinity
I f Calumet, also were inundated as
[lie river left its banks yesterday.
Residents In other sections of the
II ale repaired damage caused by
lood waters. Streams had returned
o their bunks In other sections and
Further rises were not expected, as
10 heavy rains have Fallen during
[he past 24 hours, the United Press
| r ported.
Traffic was to be resumed on
l omr highways today while dninage
vas being repaired on others. Rail-
oad service In the southwestern
rctlon still was disrupted becuuse
■f washed out bridges, but prepa-
[ ations were being made to resume
The weather will become unset-
led In the northern section tonight.
>ut there la little likelihood of
ieavy rains, the weather bureau
Temperatures dropped lo a state
ow of 44 degrees til. Woodward this
tinrnUig compared with yesterday's
high of 78 degrees at Potcau.
•AMII.IE.H It ESI Ml
I'NEK TO VILLAGE
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 22 </!’>
jong suffering members of ;khi ok-
Minima City lowland families re-
timed their Irek lo n city park lent
flllage today as the long deferred
lood fide of Hie North Canadian
fiver reaehed Hie west portals of
ihr city, but still was many hours
iway from the lowlands,
City water department, images re-
jortrd the flood erest. which boiled
nit of Woodward nearly five days
■go, was rolling past Yukon this
Horning, but still traveling slowly
)* It sprawled out of Its channel
jver low fields.
Mrs. Karl Hell, of Dalhart, Tex.,
transacting business hern.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hull, of Ok-
shonia City, were guests Tuesday
Three Taloga men were question-
ed by Canadian county officers fol-
lowing two automobile collisions
near El Reno at about 9 p. m.
Tuesday, according to W. N. Farris,
A Ford V-8 coach driven by O.
T. Carter of Taloga. who was ac-
companied by E O. Squires, owner
ol the car, and by L. L. Corn, also
of Taloga. sldeswiped another auto-
mobile about 14 miles west of El
Reno while traveling east on high-
way 66. Mr. Farris said. The car
struck by the Squires automobile
was occupied by S. J. Meek and J.
W Meek or Tulsa.
Shortly later, county officers re-
ported. the Squires car crashed
Into a car driven by O. T. Fletcher
of Weatherford, who was traveling
west on highway 66. at a point
i.bout five miles west of El Reno.
The Fletcher car was turned over
on its side, and the Squires ma-
chine left the road, striking a
fence. Both cars were damaged
badly. It was said.
No charges had been filed this
afternoon against any of the par-
ties figuring In the collisions, al-
though Squires and Carter were
held at El Reno Wednesday night
by county officers for an Investiga-
The three occupants of the
Squires automobile told officers
that they were enroulc to Oklaho-
I) 8 AnaoM, 421 East 8
street, lias departed for Cincinnati,
O., where he will attend the an-
nual general assembly of the Pres-
byterian church as an official dele-
gate from the El Reno-Hobart
Tlie assembly opens Thursday.
This spring Is the first time since
1927 that El Reno has had a dele-
gate at the general assembly. In
1927 when the meeting was held
In San Francisco, Calif., the local
church was represented by E. N.
Potts, of Fort Reno.
Did Yon Hear
T^RANCEY YOUNG of El Reno.
1 who Is graduating from
Southwestern Stale Teachers col-
lege at Weatherford this week,
is carrying 15 athletic letters, as
well as a diploma, away with
him. and has completed one of
the most satisfactory college ath-
letic careers ever recorded in
Oklahoma, although he weighs
only 143 pounds.
Young lettered four years in
football, once making the all-
conference team at halfback; let-
tered four years In basket ball,
making the all-conference team
three times; lettered In track
four years, equalling the confer-
ence record of 15.5 seconds in
high hurdles; and lettered three
years in baseball with a hitting
average of .300. <The Bulldogs
did not play baseball one year—
the reason Young didn't get a
fourth letter in this sport.)
El Reno Students Have
Students Participate In
Farewell program was given by
the sixth grades at Central school
Wednesday morning during assem-
bly of the student body when a
large number of patrons was pres-
Margaret Oarrett acted as an-
nouncer for the program which
Included the following numbers;
8peech, Beatrycc 8cott; piano
Certificate commending 11 years'
perfect attendance will be presented
Roy Jennings. El Reno highschool
sophomore, during the senior class
night program In the auditorium at
8 p. m. Wednesday.
Four students, Serena Miles. Mil-
dred Von Tungeln, Harry Roberson
and Marion Hensley, will receive
certificates for 10-year perfect rec-
ords. Jennings is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Jennings, of near Calu-
The 52 other El Reno highschool
students who will receive perfect
attendance certificates tonight are
named below, while those cllglblATaw.
two nnd one year awards will be
Nine years—Harold Dresser, Mai-
garet Lanman and Robert Niles
Eight years—Frank Gustafson.
Seven years — Chris Bargellotes,
Lester Carmichael. Maurice Hell-
man. Garnett Morrow and Kenneth
Six years—Berdine Clark. Herman
Dlttmer, Henry Dtttmer. Clarence
Essex. Burrell Gamble, Oeorgc Ora-
ham, LeRoy Jacks and Charles Pe-
Five years — Lola Adair, Vermc
Barnes. Max Brown. Irma Fae Har-
rison. Jimmie Kathryn Harrison,
Dorothy Hensley. Daniel Johnson,
Edward Jones, Clinton Leach. John-
nie Mnxey, James Moulton, Clifford
Palmer. Iona Palmer, Roy Stafford.
Earl Yost, Harry Porter and Charles
Four years—Lillian Canon. Marvin
Crump. Buddy Orabfelder. Luclla
Haydon, Briley Heldbrlcr. Inna Lre
Lamka. Elton Morris, Ralph Nelson,
solo. Dorothy J. Pipkin; reading. Ctenn Jh e Z
Dorothy Jones; piano solo, M»r-'Bmmc Nlrmann* Elaine
garet Ann Rice; song, Helen Lou
Song. Carroll Jean Puckett.
South Hoff avenue.
Blanket reduction In fire Insur-
ance rates In El Reno effective June
1 has hern ordered by the Oklahoma
inspection bureau, according to
notice received here Wednesday.
The order will result in the base
rate being reduced four cents per
IKK), and will apply to rates on all
dwellings and contents as well as
The act on the part of the In-
spection bureau cites an efficient
fire department, a sufficient water
supply and a staff of city officials
who arc generally meeting the re-
quirement* of the bureau.
RETURN 1 ROM TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Doyle,
216 1-2 Smith Rock Island avenue,
have returned from a business trip
to TYxarknna. Ark.
Markets At A Glance
NEW YORK. May 22 iAN- blocks
steady, list calm on bonus veto.
Bonds Irregular. U. 8. government*
higher Curl) Mixed. Oils Improve.
Foreign exchanges quiet, variations
narrow. Cotton, steady, trade and
spot house buying.
CH1CAOO. May 22 (AV-Wheat
lower, no sustained advances. Coin
caster, sympathy with wheat. Cat-
tle dull. slow. Steer top 113.50.
Hogs alow, steady to Sc up. Top
Prances Duke and Beatryce Scott
piano solo. Eleanor Davis; reading.
Junavonnc South; trumpet duet.
Clarence Taylor and Curtis Doug-
las; reading. Betty Jean Imboden;
reading, Marilyn Jean Hoffman:
Cornet solo, T C. Shacklrtt; speech,
Carroll Jean Puckett.
Song. Donella Monday; song,
Carroll Jean Puckett. Alma Steen-
rod and Marccious Palmer; tong,
Nnotnl Jean McDermott: piano
solo. Helen Ruth Seamonds; read-
ing, Bonnie Vernlce Baker; fash-
ion play; speech and original poem,
Taking part in the fashion play
were Beutrycc Scott as princess;
Catherine Bruce hs dealer; Bar-
bara Douglas, Frances Duke. Doro-
thy Jones. Mildred Aubrey and
Margaret Clark, models
Sheets, Alice Yoiuit, Louise Zwela-
Three years Donald Eagle. J L.
Patman. Myrtle sturdnvanl. Maxine
Thompson, Yvonna Traylor and
Group To Plan
Meeting of representatives from
all patriotic organizations in El
Reno Inis been called tor 7:30 p in
Wednesday In I he American Legion
hull to plan Mrmorlal day services.
Arrangements for the annual
Memorial day program on Sunday
will be discussed as well a.s plans
tor activities May 30. Each organ-
ization has been urged to have a
El Reno Dtlflflttt
Attend LihIko Mit(
Charles G. Wattson and H, E Har-
rison, F.l Reno, attended the Tues-
day program of the grand command -
erv of Knights Templar of Okla-
homa In Blackwell where the three-
day session was to have concluded
Both Mr. Wattson and Mr Harri-
son are past eminent commanders.
I .........DAI ll Mi l
Mrs, Frank Reed, who Is enroute
from Clarksville, Tex, to Dnlhnrt,
Tex., visited Wednesday In the
home of her sister, Mrs. Harry C.
Bradford and Mr. Bradford. 700
South Hoff avenue.
CALLANDER. Out.. May 22 iAV-
The Dionne quintuplet* cooed and
smiled their way Into the 52nd week
of their lives today, confounding u
world which • believed never could
happen. The year, whose closing will
be marked by their first birthday
anniversary next Tuesday, has seen
the five lit lie girls:
Earn more money, merely by keep-
ing alive, than the president of the
Receive greater public notice than
all tho rest of the world's bablea
Set n record for continued life of
quintuplets far beyond anything in
the authenticated history of man.
EL RENO CLERKS
Attendance contest bring conduct-
ed by the Retail Clerk* association
concluded at the monthly meeting
In the Trainmen's hall Tuesday
night with the team captained by
Wayne lamcli being declared ihe
Howard Collett was Initiated Into
membership. Following the business
the John Dancer choral club pre-
sented several selections.
We Saw Today
|4* N WILSON, who remarked
ltl, •'! mjoyed the circus pa-
rade very much Tuesday—It
was fine tn the middle, but I
must confess it was a little
short on either end."
Jack Chamness—You know
they tell us that Jack can drink
10 cups of coffee at one sitting.
That the O. L. Dales had
changed their telephone num-
ber—You see, 878 was their
number for many years.
Charles H. Krumm. one of
those thoughtful souls—He was
purchasing a new lawn mower
for the Mi.s
Bright spots on a sunshiny
day—Mrs. Lincoln Davis, of
Fort Reno, driving a brand new
automobile. ... A cherry tree.
Thousands Pay T r i I) u (e
To Jane Addams
WASHINGTON. May 22 (/P)—
National bank loans recorded
llieir first increase since Octo-
ber 1933 during a period from
December 31, 1931 to March 4,
1935. The Increase was given as
$1,252,01,0. This was disclosed to-
day by the comptroller of the
NEW YORK. May 22 (A*i—In
a quavering, scarcely audible
voice. Joseph Leib Steinmctx, 22-
year-old former university stu-
dent, testified today in his trial
on charges of murdering Ills 17-
year-old bride, Ruth, last No-
vember. In reply to a question
whether she was a beautiful girl,
he said, "1 would call her the
most beautiful girl 1 ever saw."
Strinmctz allegedly shot her and
the Rev. Joseph J. Leonard.
Catholic priest, to dralh when
he found them together in a
WASHINGTON, May 25 iA*.—
The house today adopted unani-
mously a conference report settl-
ing differences with the senate
over the Wheeler farm credit
bill. Senate approval will semi
the measure to the White
House. It will reduce interest oil
farm credit administration loans
from 4 1-2 percent lo 3 percent
for the year ending July 1. 1936
and will fix thrm at 4 percent
for the year alter that.
CHICAGO. May 22 (UP.) - Jane
Addams returned today to Hull
Hoase, where 47 years ago she de-
dicated her life to human welfare, j
to receive in death a tribute more
Impressive than any heaped upon
her during life.
The gray hatred woman whom |
kings, presidents and societies of
vorld-wide Influence Joined in hon-
oring as America’s foremost woman
citizen, died at 5:15 p. m. yester-
day In a darkening room in Pas-
savant hospital. Today her body
lay In state in a smoke stained hall
of .V’l11 ^°,Uh<‘ !h,c, c!llln[ 300 Applications Sent To
world joined teeming Halsted street1 rr
In paying her homage.
Hours before the doors of Hull
[ House were opened at 10 a. m.
the street outside was dotted with
[groups of men, women and chll-
jdren. conversing for the most part
in the languages of southern and
eastern Europe, who knew from
A11orney s Close Argu-
ments in Smith Case
Opening of the trial of J. D. Bur-
row, charged with murder In the
fatal shooting of Ed Horllvy in
the Munlang community on Feb.
26, was delayed In Canadian county
district court at El Reno today.
The case was scheduled to open
this morning, but the court re-
mained busy today In completing
the trial of Gertrude Smith, negro
woman, charged with murder,
Attorneys were making their
closing arguments at 3 p. in. and
the Smith Jury was expected to be-
gin Its deliberations later in the
The negro woman was charged
with the murder of her husband,
Mart Clair Smith, who was slain In
El Reno April 4. He was shot with
Ohio Governor Drops
Hopkins Libel Cluiruos
COLUMBUS, Ohio. May 22 (A’l-
Oovernnr Martin L. Dnvey an-
nounced today he hns withdrawn
n warrant charging Federal Relief
Administrator Harry Hopktn* with
Miss Brnilcc Terrill ha* re-
turned lo her home In Wichita,
Kan, following a brief vlalt with
Miss Lola RUey, 208 Weal Jenkins
she did tn Chicago.
Miss Addams' body was to lie in
the main hall of her famous settle-
ment house from 10 a. in. to 6
p. m. today and from 9 a. m. to
noon tomorrow. Funeral services
will be held tn Hull House court
tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. She will
be buried in Cedarville, 111., where
she was born.
She died with the same fortitude
that led her Into a life of exhaust-
ing labor in the face of an invalid-
Ism which began In tier childhood
Two Teams Win
Ry Wide Margins
Lop-sided scores figured greatly
In Commercial softball league com-
petition Tuesday when the El Reno
Mllln.s defeated tlic City Hall-
a J3 calibre pistol and his wife .Crystal club 12 to6 and the Office
wws held for trial following her"'”**"""” ‘ ~ * “
arraignment In county court.
Trial of the Smith case opened
In court, here Tuesday morning,
with Judge Lucius Babcock presid-
Colton producers of Canadian
county who have not filed (heir ap-
plications for 1935 Bankhead tax
exemption certificates were urged
heart filling experiences the work | Wednesday by James R. Childers,
Free On Bond
TULSA, May 22 (AA—Phil Ken-
namer tod a,, nad bunco himself,
Just as he said he hoped lie could
do, when he left McAlester peni-
tentiary yesterday afternoon.
It was thought that the youth
had gone to the farm of his lather,
Federal Judge Franklin E. Kcnna-
mer, near Chelsea. The youth, who
had been In prison since March 4.
serving a 25-year sentence for man-
slaughter. was released when $25,000
nppeal bond was posted late yester-
MUBKOOEE. May 22 (A'i — Six
army planes left here today to
senrrh a wide area In LeFlore coun-
ty. Investigating unconfirmed re-
ports that second Lieutenant Wend-
ell O. Holladny nnd Private Ira
Hleks, aviators missing since Sun-
day. had been sighted near Potenu
Texas OH Proration
Givun Slight Boost
AUSTIN. May 22 (A’i—The oil pro-
ration allowable for Texas, effective
Jim I, was set at 1.044.309 barrels
by the railroad commission today,
12,000 barrel* under current produc-
tion. but 16.484 barrel* more than
allowed Muy 1.
Mrs. Edith Layton, of Ponca City,
U transacting business here.
assistant In cotton adjustment, to
sign the form* this week.
A consignment of 300 applications
has been forwarded to the slate
board of review for approval, and
an effort Is being made to complete
all other application* from this
county as soon as possible so there
will be no delay in Issuing the ex-
Between 1.500 and 2,000 applica-
tions are expected to be filed by
Canadian county growers.
Application forms for all farmcis
who are under contract arc being
held for signature at the county
agent's office In the federal build-
ing. Forms for non-contract pro-
ducers also are available at the
county agent's office.
Producers have been urged to flic
their applications as soon as possible
since a last minute rush Is expected.
Meeting Conducted Here
To Discuss Phases
Virtual assurance that the Fort
Reno flood control dam project will
recplvc early approval of President
Roosevelt as a part of the new fed-
eral work relief program was given
a group of El Reno citizens who
met with a delegation from Okla-
homa City at the El Reno chamber
of commerce rooms Tuesday night.
About the only detail still to be
handled, according to the Oklaho-
ma City representatives, Is the fix-
ing of the amount of the federal
funds to be expended and their
f.nal allocation by the president.
Telegrams to the president and
to the Oklahoma delegation in
both houses of congress, urging Im-
mediate action on the allocation,
were sent by both the El Reno and
Oklahoma City chambers of com-
merce at the close of the meeting.
A committee consisting of N. A.
Nichols, chairman. S. S. Macy, Ray
Dyer, John Teidt and H. L. Fogg
was named by Henry C. Hicks,
who presided in the absence of
the president. Judge Emmett
Thompson to work with a com-
mittee from the Oklahoma City
chamber on any matters which
might develop in connection with
Engineers Give Plans
The Oklahoma City committee
members are: Victor Harlow, chair-
man; Dr. G. A. Nichols, Frank
Martin, mayor, W. E. Price, Virgil
Browne and George Barnes. Mr.
Harlow was chosen chairman of
the Joint committee.
The meeting Tuesday night was
called by officers of the El Reno
chamber of commerce, late Tues-
day aftrmoon. at the urgent re-
quest of Dr. Nichols, president of
the Oklahoma City chamber. Ev-
ery means available was used to
spread news of the meeting, and
a representative group of more than
50 local men was present for the
The delegation from Oklahoma
City, in addition Is the commit-
tee listed above, included Orval
(SEE NO. 2, PAGE 6)
WASHINGTON. May 22 (A*!-Rec-
ommendation of the allotment board
for spending the first billion dollars
under the $4,000,000,000 works relief
Building blanked the R. I. Car Shops
16 to 0.
The Millers - City Hall • Crystal
game was played at Legion park
while the other contest whs staged
at the fair grounds.
Tonight the El Reno Wholesale
will encounter the Canadian-Trlb- [ program were released
unc team at Legion park, and all president Roosevelt,
the fair grounds the Reformatory The actual orders will be signed
will meet the Rock Island Car 8hops us quickly as the budget, director
In a game that originally was I prepares the desired forms. The
scheduled for May 15. | president repealed today nt his press
--- - - — — i conference that, he hoped to have I
* . . i i 1 he program In lull operation by
Rinehart Heard November 1.
«•«• I Meanwhile, he Iw;, started a study
Hv I iM"|| I ||)|K of projects which may be under-
* 8-JWl <41 Uiviio tngcn which do not come within the |
mandatory claas specified by con
Former El Reno Girl
OKLAHOMA CITY. May 22 (/!»>—
Arrest of Clay Cape, 31 years old.
of Oklahoma City, was disclosed
by officers here today after he had
been charged with assault Sunday
night In the beating and robbery
of MUs Helen OUmore, formerly of
Cape wag arrested this afternoon
at a farm 12 miles southwest of
the city by deputy sheriffs who
said they took him to Miss Oll-
more's home, where he was Identi-
fied by her a.s the man who had
beaten and robbed her.
Hollis Gilmore of El Reno, the
girls father, signed the complaint
which was prepared In the county
attorney’s office. Cape was being
held tn Oklahoma county Jail this
Senator J. A. Rinehart was the
prlnclpnl speaker during the regu-
lar semi-monthly luncheon meeting
of the El Reno Lions club Tuesday
at the Oxford cafe.
Mr. Rinehart told of his expe-
riences, his observations and con-
clusions of the past legislature. A
committee to nominate offlrera to
be voted on at the next meeting
June 4 wo* appointed.
Members of this group Include
Jesse W Haydon. chairman. Huy
Maher, O. A, Mason. Dr. Alpha L.
Johnson and Haydn J. Davis.
Ni«ht Club Slayer
Is Convicted Today
NEW ORLEANS, La.. May 22 (A’l
Ronnie Hill. 23-year-old night
club habitue, was convicted today
of plunging a knife Into the heart
ot her playboy lover, John Irving
Pierre, also 23. In a erowded French
quarter night club.
Sentence was deferred. She may
receive sentences ranging front one
to 20 years.
C. T Huffman, or Waurlka, Is
being treated at the El Reno sani-
IN FOURTH ROUND
HT. ANNES ON THE SEA. Eng-
land. May 22 iA'i Four Americans,
Including Lawson Little of Sun
Francisco, todny gained the fourth
round in the British amateur cham-
pionship. For the second straight
day. Little won by the margin of
4 nnd 3. shooting the name 13 holes
again in even fours, HU victim today
was J. Zachartas, a six foot local
Partly rloudv tonight and Thurs-
day, becoming unsettled In the
north portion. Slightly cooler In
north portion Thursday.
El Heim Weather
For 24-hour period ending at 4
p. m. Tuesday; high, 68; low, 56;
at 4 p. m., 64.
State ot weather, clear,
Sun rises tomorrow nt 5:03.
Sun sets today at 7:30.
Lives To Speed
INDIANAPOLIS, May 22 (P>—A
gaping hole in a concrete wall, a
break In a wire fence, today marked
the race truck where speed coat
the lives of a veteran driver and
two newcomers. Never before had
three persons been killed In a day
during uttempt* to qualify for the
50(1-mile rare held each May 30.
W. H. Stubblefield, veteran of
the motor speedway course; hla
mechanic, Leo Whitacker. and
Johnny Hannon, eastern driving
sensation, rode their racers over
Hie wall to death late yesterday,
NAVY REPORTS ON
WASHtNQTON, May 22 (AV-Tn
an official report, the navy depart-
ment said today It was nnsble to
determine whether a gust of wind
or the giving sws.v of the airship
Macon's structure had caused the
loss of the huge dirigible off the
NORMAN, May 22 (A6 — Rlchartl
Hnerd of Bristow, University of Ok-
lahoma graduate student, has been
awarded a mechanical engineering
scholarship at Yale. Professor H. V.
Beck announced today,
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 44, No. 30, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 22, 1935, newspaper, May 22, 1935; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918982/m1/1/: accessed April 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.