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THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1937. THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN TWENTY-ONE House and Car Trailers 102A H WES PAFETY STEEL MOTOR HOMES. ALL STEEL COACH & TRAILER CORP. ',0S N BROADWAY. PHONE 2-7227. SEE THE NEW LOW PRICED i.UeniiUv idvort'.'rd INDIAN TRAILERS i: the or eir.ni irnuer ' A3 IOW AS i $305 Wheelers 8-2191 .,-. . nnnmVAY IVJ-Ph'kNS HOME TRAItERS Best tratl-V- bj.rai!i W to n. Also almost NEW .:.. .- .ine itnn nrr - 1 SALTY Jfe LUCKY. 300 N. HUDSON e-iltTI.T "Trailer A: Travelo Coaches Cti Trl!'r Coach Co.. 1113 N. Bdwy Automobiles Wanted 103 rrE LOFT19 BOB ROT1IERFORD R L VOTCR130 N W 6TIL2-722a wiirP VY SPOf CASH FOR GOOD USED CARS ANY MODELS. Walter Auio Mitt.. 700 W. Main. 2-8133. .Automobile Loans 103A AUTO LOANS CONTRACTS REFINANCED MIP'.VEST FINANCE CO. 513 N BROADWAY. 3-7457 Trucks, Trailers, Tractors 104 riR'VON tract., new & used, also parts raT.'3Sy.i203.3. W.7. 3-0576. 103SFORD PICKUP S295 Xftfiltn' A;.:r Market. 1205 W. Main. .tt-CHEVROLET trick and bod: Ions h'l"ti', for sale, or irnrie lor Cliev- rc'teJr.' 17:SS. EjJS 20810. fOHn"PICKUP" with 4 wed trttns-:i ic-xt. Fieuhanf etnltratletr; V?i. ' ?'e'rsa or trad? 7-S!8. .'. -ir,,,r.i!!Wj! pickup 1 j -ton. .. .4325 JS'i. x'..t..rrat!oi!! 172-inch . b. c"i".,!e -o:rp;e!Clv tcbuili S 62 . u ' t 1 4-'vn: sood one $450 ' " 'NTFRN TION.L HARVESTER CO ji"ip 3 I! rii 2-U93 -:I'fR " who-!.', h'xiv 4x !!., 18 in. ' -!. ! 731 W. ll. 8-3432. iti ;" I i Y re-iv Jlsii prrrr B tractor 1 2201 .tchagtf Ave. Auto Tires and Parts 105 -City 111 Real Estate for Salc- (Continued) 6-RM. house, N. W shad?. floor furnace. n 1 1 ..I. i ..... . . n s OWNER SACRIFICING 5-RM. FRAME. COME TO 517 N. W. 32ND. 2416 N. W. 13 Beautiful 3 -rim. buff brick; old pav. HOLC loan. Owner lenvtns town. PtIcc only S4.50O. 8-2 1 19. LINWOOD 6-rm.. 2-story brick studio: wie oHin ana orain; nr. xurnaces: per-ttc.. Son'-: bargain. Reed Realty 3-1832. 8-4680. WHY PAY RENT? li-tor new 5-rro. brk.. N. W.: tile bath: tile drain: gum trim: only $4,250: terms. 8-2169. Schweln Realty Co. BRICK niTPI.FX- N w. A sood 8-room paving over 15""- on total price of $4,850. Anderson. 4-4014. Hall- fPiniC. CO.. T-6633. BARGAIN. 4 RMS.. S1.77S. $200 down. 9. RMS.. 52.000. CAPITOL HILL 8-rm. br.. N. W forecl. 2-1169. 5-8770 eve. Brand New 8-room 2-story, cathedral celling In living room, downstairs bedroom with totlet and shower. 2 south bedrooms upstairs. Built-in buffet tn breakfast room. Lots of bullt-lns. Easy terms. Pavlne paid. Near schools. 2-9839 S. B. TP.EADWELL 5-2234 specials i-R. frame, si.300: 5R. SS..80O: 5-R. brick S2.80O: 5-B. S3.T50: 8;'i-.brlck duplex $4,600: frame duplex $3,000: 9-R. 2-storv brick. S6.750. Thomas. 2-4166. 1st Mts. Loan Co. CENTRAL PARK $4,500 onvWpvD ;.. ar.rt radio: barsaln: act Vrrm. .Til W. fltli C.EVKH AI. I IRES. INC.. 2-4158. IKrTIRB" BAKOAl N'S. NEW. USED OR RrvPINii SEF. FHFDERICKSON TIKE CO . 3 IS W. I(1TH. OKLA. CITY. Real Estate for Sale City 111 jPVEKCOLONIAL. 403 ECBANK3 -?'.. A.vt t:.. dorm- bmt.. furnace. n-V'"b'i:lt'a:id occupied 20 mo.. 1-3 A. lei," faces r.i r .Jl-il , bf law co. 5-9744. iVlVW 7TH 8-t'm. duplex. 2 baths. A-l. ;,- 4A mo. owner. 3-6018. v wt to yourself: build a home: let , me V.e'.P v .u.CaUjCrw4:288ti.. j 937 S. W. 26. Only $2,6o0 Tnp"T ."-uo- t?.:;! .'i-rm.. hfl'tl. ilnftTK, .r. ::virs room. Old oav- " . T, s' i' : 7-1616. 4-0394 slsfORY "5 :"'::. a -.n'.fxi'N. wT 42nd street, j $3W. 'r;-v rnrsiin by owner. 5-74 13. ; .p-.; ?T'K CP EST WOOD COR.. OLD PAV liOLt LD.'fi W. D.1.n.. .-tiyy buv beautiful 5-room home, nnlv Iwn blocks from Hardine and Edsemerc. the livin; room and dinlns room walls are canvased nnd hand aecoratcd: lloor !ur-nace: fenced-in back yard with rose car-den and plenty of shrubs: paid out pavlnir. 2- 39B2 JVJ-YON 5-5269 IJFE Insurance. HOLC and" other repossessed properties. Good prices and easy terms. Call S:cwnrt.2-0253. EDGEMERE ADDITION Small 5-room brick. $4,250. Must sell Immediately. I.aiishlln. 5-3086. Hall-Pointcr Co.. 7-663f). 2558 N. W 18 Bie 5-rm. brick. Corner lots Paid paviiic. Barsntn Act quick. 42303. G. C. McCarthy. Excl. Act. Owner Will Sacrifice R-unlt apartment completely furnished with 4 storerooms in addition. Located on corner lot, N. W. Can be purchased at a pr:ce that will make the investor a nulck profit. Call Mr. Ludwlck. Office. 3- 6308. Res. 5-6977. R D. CRAVENS CO. 132 W. FIRST. A-i Apartment Buys The best time to make real estate Investments is now. A 4-familv brick. 1 units, furnished. Extra eood condition. Basement: cood location, near school, transportation and business. B 4-famiIy buff brick, almost like new. electric ref.: new ranscs. basement, sood location. N. W.. near schools, transportation and business. Easily financed bv one of th largest insurance companies of 'he world. Call Mr. Huber. 4-9177: Mr. Keliv. 5-7471. Realty Mortgage & Sales Co. lt"Q IVrrinc Bid.. Phone 7-6623. CAN 'VoU SELL REAL ESTATE? If so. we can use 2 sood salesmen. Must have car and be able to close sales. We will ive you the best setup In town. Come and see us. Schwien Realty Co.. B-2169. JOJ.i N W. 23. Lots for Sale 114 (Continued) N. E. CORNER 32 fi Bdwy.. 50 ft. front with servants quarters. $1,250 cash. E. 3. Swan. 5-5464. 4-2054. 1025 N. E 21 Pair of desirable lols. half price. Several loads of used lumber free to purchaser. 8-2342; BUILDERS NOTICE Have 3 fine lots in Nichols Hills: sacrifice. 3-6170. 4-4356. Business Property for Sale 115 FOR SALE or trade 1701 W. Main ft.. corner lots, 50x140 ft.: terms; $500 down, balance 60. Call 7-2577. Zoned for Business 50x140 ft. on Mav Ave.. 4-rm. house, rent S27.50. Priced richt for quick sale. Mr. Pope. 3-6306, Eve. 4-2774. R. I. CRAVENS CO.. 132 W. Isr. Investment Property 116 R. D. Cravens Co. 132 N W 1st 3-C308 10 ACRES, southeast corner 10th & May ave.. business and industrial location. Rock Island trackage. E. E. Hanncr. 3-3301: Res. 2-4603. Real Estate for Trade 117 8 APT. brick bide, well located, for farm property near Wichita. Kan., or Okla. City property. Owner leavlnc city. 5-9418. GOOD farm. 7 miles N. W. of Hobart, to trade for Oklahoma City property. 2-9995-12 LOTS Full half block in Bethany, nil modern. $3,000. Trade cltv prop. 7-4912. D. R. Cummings. 4-6043. Witt. GOOD service station on fine corner lot: also battcrv and saraee service; eivc cood lease or trade for Calif, property. A. L. ELK INS. 1-4906, 3-1381. CRISIS SEEN AS NAZIS ARREST MORE PASTORS Goebbel Speech Friday May Be Challenge to Vatican. LET US buy. sell or trade. YOUR property. Personal service. EXCHANGE REALTY. 3-8283. EQUITY in 80 A. farm near ciiv for equitv city property. R-202'i after 5:30. Real Estate Wanted 118 LOTS suitable for business bide, location. N. of Main, west of Western: from ?'iie?Hut be Ji3 'V?-5S7JL WE have BUYERS for ail kinds of property. If priced to sell. If it is ACTION yoi want. See us. Hall-Pointer Co.. i -035. TO BUY. SELL OR TRADE. SEE J. iT ROBERTSON. 315 N ROBINSON. 7-4696 Real Estate Loans 119 nLOANSNHOMES PONCA CITY BtJTT.niNO Ss LOAN CO. 309 N Harvey Phone 2-1418. WIS can clve prompt action on mortcRce loans on well located property on the lowest terms the property will warrant. THE GUTHRIE INVESTMENT CO. W s. Guthrie. G R. Pulley. H O. Guthrie 2 South Robinson 7-6511 R. D. Cravens Co. 132 West 1st 3-6303 'BRAND XEWlr$350 i FOUR BEDROOMS-S4,900 s.-si c ::! class A construction: tile j m- an-f c- extras. x.asy terms. ! n-r:;." "-.!-- , OPEW TO 9 i N W 2- ..:! 21A8 N W. 28-2119. , -V i -A '."" !'! DOWN PAYMENT vV. i . ;':' N. E.: aaraae. ce- i "-' dr . '".T.f fr-sit; p,ud pavlns. OJ.i j 6 LARGE ROOMS t;! ;-r roomer snl boarders, rear ii-!. N B. double er. onced tvao ;."8' pavabl" 5l-.50 per g:r,M-'jr-'gi- 2-9371. Owner Savs Sell l-c "i-r-i-r: brirk dupx. N. W,. A-l t. Pfr.t.; $60 HOLC loan $33 t'l T.er.:? $ 250 C a s ", r 2 -4 6 40 . 4 -6 1 22- i SG50" ! m j dwi payment on this charmlns; 1 Ou'ewoo'l 6-rcxtm brick btinRalow. In ; A-l condrtoa. In (rood location. Love- j 1 yard. Pa'A pavins. Near schOOLs. j i.irl the monthly payments are only ; .iS"0 '.ih.i h ltielucies interest, prin- ; cipal. ta.xe s nriti insurance with no fthancir.j exiirnse of any kind. Call 1 Mr. Hlekox. Kcs. 4-7132. j Realty MortjjaRe & Sales Co.; 11J0 Perrine ni!r. Thone -662. Dandv two-stcr.v. S. W.. oak floors throuchout. tile bath: paid Dar. Close to car line. Terms. Oil'.. 78688....evr . 8-mo. LOTS or car as down payment: dandy five-room brick: hardwood throushoiit.; :eei .fence: Eiisemere district; $4,000. 7-4639. Escue 2-3711. GATEWOOD ADDITION Corner. 6-room brick, basement, furnace. i;ire rooms. LHUh!ln. 5-3986. Hall-Poln:er Co -2-j!2?.: E-d-g-e-m-e-r-e Opn - to 8 Bautlfti! new home faclns parU N. W. 33. 5-2112. BEST APT. BUY IN CITY Pricd under SIO.OOO; $150 month tn-crme. N. W. location. Schwlfn Realty Co., K-215P. Mr Bm-ham. 4-4812. Ben A. Longfellow Co." Loans refinanced: new and old: quick action: low r a tes. 24 2 Key B 1 rig. 2 -8 194. CITY LOANS o "to 6 QUICK ACTION JTRST MORTGAGE LOAN CO. 330 Ke VB id C. 2 - 4168 5 to 20-Year Loans ETither Monthly Payment Plan or Stralcht REALTY MORTGAGE A- SAI.FS ffl 1120 Perrine Bids. Phone 7-6623 (J y.T IR PRESENT LOAN OW PATES OKLAHOMA CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN A55N. "Hke Howe, folks' 125 N HARVEY t-lJS5 A SNAP 1205 N W. 6. 5 rooms, modern. Gar. Paid p..v:ns. Pull price $1,850. S500 cash. Delan -Sharoe Co 7-1158. The Money is Ready Here It Is Open till 9 p. m. "Kelvin1' Home 2536 N. W. 25th - x A,R iConditioned Winter, UB Summer Dtsigncd, built end jor sale bv J. D. Boncnhcrgcr Co. BulMeri of B-vr-?r BtilU liomel 307 C'ltn L'xchar.ae Bide. 3-258 6-2763 Sock Away That Rent Money Now! What's bet'er Than having money in the bank1 ITS MORE MONEY and what Is better than owning your own home? We eould wr two homes but In your on Individual case one would be enough. So uhy should YOU pay rent when you ran own your OWN HOME on pavments actually less 'nan rent. You are under no obligation when you invest i?nt our plan of ownership. We would appreciate your droppins b-.- and a$!ctner us. To R, ,: n. !'! Cifirrn Ou-i Vo-.t Oti-n Home THE CrrRAI. MORTG&E CO. t3 First Nat!. Bkls. 3-9344 Eve. caU Frsr.i LcCrone 5-7317 Newly decorated . two-storv frame duplex 5 raoros witli brk room each unit. Urite front porches, nice front and back v.irds. A small down pavment will ptsr-chae this property with monthly pav-menii less than rent. Cai! for an appointment and see this property. Render. '-4650 Realty Mortgage & Sales Co. 1120 Per r i r, eB id . Phone 7-6623 This Is A Home B-ttit!ftil 6-rm. brk. N. W. Canvassed walls: 2 floor furnaces: tile bath with ' extra sr.ower stall one o: tn most, oeau-i tiful landscaped srounds In the cltv. 2-car i sar with mod. quarters Priced to sell, i ShJwn bv appt on'.v. 3-2119 CORNER LOT ! S E 3R!h Street. 5-rm. brick. Close I tn transportation. Call Masatos. 2-O405, j Hall-Pomter Co . 7-6635. $500 CASH. S20 PER MO. Good 5-rm. on 100 ft. corner N. E. Rent saver: on car line: near school, j FRED T. FARRA CO. -7215 ; OWNER NEW 5-ROOM ! Colonial: tile hath and drain board. Class A construction. Esr terms3.-S066. I 5-RM. HOME. N."W?.. S2500 ! Larce lot: oak floors: pd. pav. Bcauti- Sful back yard; gar. & drive. Terms. 2-5589. HOLC Property 627 N. W. 27th and 2810 N. Lee A nice' Income proposition: the duplex has 3 rms. to each side, the house Is 5 rooms. Live In the house and let the duplex make the payments Make appointment to inspect. Do not disturb tenants. Call Your Realtor or Broker i to BUILD, BUY or IMPROVE your HOME And Local Assises You of the Best Loan Available Come to the Local if you are seeking home financing and take advantage of our low net cost. Too. there's no brokerage or renewal fees to pay: long-term contract: and interest decreases with each payment. LOCAL FEDERAL SETH7GS m uuc usociAnox or laboxa ctt t N. W. Larse 2 sty brick. 11 rms. 2'i baths. it burnt ; attic, double ear.: near car and bus Ideal for roomine house. Bar-cain Schabei with C. A. Schweinie jr.. I ON REAL ESTATE Homes Apartments jf Business Property 1 RATES AS LOW AS T-1266 1204 TEDFORD WAY NICHOLS HILLS Aa outstanding buy at $12,500. Insulated walls, weatherstripped windows, tile drain in kitchen, g'jest room downstairs with a aellshtrul private bath. Up-'tairs. two vcr, large bedrooms 'or the immediate family. Both rooms well ventilated, each with a beautiful bath. Basement furnace, laundry trays, a wonderful club room, a two-car garage and quarter of brick go with this home. Shown bv appoint-Call L. a. "Pitchford. 4-9:93. Winans 2 Story Larie 2-storv brick on corner lot. paid nav . 2 haths. extra closets. Basement with heatlnc olar.t. naraees and erviee: priced to move Mr. Johnson. 8-lo45. ELLIS. NICHOLSON & CRAMER. 3-1361. Wonderful Corner, 75x140 beinc S. W. corner of N. W. 14th and Kentucky, belns reconditioned. 6 rooms, basement furnace, bis, porch, double ea-rase. fish pond, fruit, fenced: total S5.000. half cash, or vou reftnance 1- KIOHT REALTY CO. 2-3888. S. W. 29th Store Bldg. Sacrifice for S2.500 Letus show you. yAYO? ZMiEyLFSLl -Ilrll Eve. 5-. 902. N W. 32ND. near Classen, larce 6-room frame. neiv decorated. S42a cash. $30 mo.. 31lpalsiLihI; lz"!L . TWO 5-RM BRICKS, CASHION PL. One readv. select deco. other. Shown happt.after6 P. m. 2-1700. 5-5184. LEAVING state: sacrifice sale. 2 fine brick duplexes on corner. N. W.. 20 rooms. A-l eond . 15"' on inv. HOLC loan. (-3138. MtKyv $2,250 BUYS THIS FRAME 5-RM. N. W. Near schools and car. A real buy. 2-4640 JOYCE fi SONS. Builders 4-6488 10-RM. 2-sty.. 16th St.. 2 gar. and ser. irs , sood home and rental. $5,000. 7-4312. D. R. Cummings. 4-1785. " BIG MODERN DUPLEX F'ne location N. W. Priced to sell. Out-of-town owner. Lounsberry. 5-4402. 108 W. 2 B. C. REALTY. Realtors 3-5233 OPEN 3233 W. 25TH See this new buff brick. Mr. Rhoads. 5-1324. Mrs. Brownlee. 2-5887, 2-0522. BY OWNER 2-story brick. 2 baths. Beautiful corner. Best barsain in city. Open 10 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. 1225V 19. CROWN'HEIGHTS BARGAIN Nice 2-storv home, club room, basement, furnace, servants- quarters. Puid pavinc. The last word In a home. Only S12.500. Will take bungalow as part pay- rjr.V2-7165. McDow. 2-4739. 6-RM frame N". W. Good condition. Floor furnace, oak. fruit, fenced yard. (tar. S3.2S0.t errns. 7-1819: Eve. 5-3035. 5-6443. NEAR 28 and N. Rob.. 6-rm. fr.. onb $3,600. 2 floor furnace: pav. nd. GARjyIANIS 3-4226. 5-5851 5-RM. bungalow on business corner; de- slrable for fil. sta.. etc. 3-6170. 4-42o6. 114 Lots for Sale LOTS IN ALTA MERE Modern or semi-modern $5 Down $3 Month PIONEER SUBDIV. CO- REALTORS 2300 S- W. 29th. 2-.4H. BEAUTIFUL laraa buildins site, N. W. 36 and Blackwelder; reas. Owner. 3-5401. CALL OR SEE Mr. Swan or Mr. Raupa We also solicit inquiries for loans at 5. and 6 To In other eood towns of Oklahoma. INVESTMENT Braniff Bldg. Thone 2-0251 ?TiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimp BERLIN, May 26. fTP) The nazi government, embroiled with both Catholics and Protestants in disputes which appeared Wednesday night heading toward a climax, will carry its argument to the people Friday night. Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, fiery propaganda chief of the nazi regime, will deliver a speech in which it was announced he would aim primarily at George Cardinal Mundelein of Chicago. At the same time, the fight of Protestant confessional churchmen against nazi domination entered a new, acute phase with the imprisonment by the Gestapo fstate secret police) of all five members of the executive committee of the Confessional's provisional church government. Names Not Revealed The five pastors, it was disclosed, were taken into custody Tuesday night, but neither their names nor their whereabouts were revealed. The present membership of the committee could not be determined officially because the personnel changes frequently and church sourc- i es could be arrested if they gave the names of the imprisoned pastors. The arrests were understood to have been based on alleged violation of a recent government decree prohibiting provisional church governing committees from exercising jurisdiction until after the general sviiodical elections ordered by Chancellor Adolf Hitler. Election Has Been Delayed The Reich's evangelical council, set up by nazi authorities to co-ordinate Germany's Protestant church resigned Feb. 15 and Hitler issued a decree ordering election in which the church members themselves were to decide what kind of a church govern- mem incy .were to nave by electing a new synod. The fixing of (he election date has I been delayed repeatedly. Arrest of 11 Protestant confessional J pastors by the Gestapo was an- nounced from the pulpit of a church ' in western Berlin Sunday. j The announcement, not published j in the press, said 14 other pastors ! were prohibited from speaking any- j where in the Reich and .15 wore ex-j pelled from their home parishes. Mostly Cloudy y Unsettled Is State Forecast SP.M X Mix C 1 fj mVillKWoctl . v. J c . r wii?c5hoto '23.1 QCLEAK aSSbv CLOUDY (r)rain (s)snow 0FOO f) REPORT MISSING ARROWS FLY WITH THE. WIND f u:s WEATHER BUREAU 6 P.M. 7 P.M. 8 P.M. SUMMARY Low pressure prevailed Wednesday night over western Canada, most of the Rocky mountain country, the great plains states and the great lakes region. Moderately high pressure prevailed in other sections. Precipitation fell at a few points along the Pacific coast, in Alberta and Saskatchewan, in Colorado, southeastern Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, and the great lakes area. Temperatures have changed but little during the past 24 hours. The forecast for Oklahoma is for mostly cloudy and unsettled weather Thursday and Friday. CHURCH URGED TO BE LIBERAL Presbyterian Assembly To Open Today. Real Estate Loans 119 Straight Loan 5 to 6 ALSO MONTHLY PAY AND FHA PROMPT SERVICE Kruger Investment Co. 722 HIGHTOWER BLDG. 2-5532 4',ir LOANS 5". American First Trust Co. CITY LOANS. 4!i,'j. 5'e. S'i", ON WELL LOCATED HOMES M AGER MORTGAGE CO.. 3-2355. STItAIOHT'ORliiONTHLY LOXnS AT 5 . HALL-POINTER CO.. 7-6635. Acreage for Sale 121 SEElijOTNCrL0K 2-i ar.d 5-ACRE TRACTS. PH. 2-6422. TUCKER-CARTER CO.. 304 Local Bide. . 10 A. trucki" poultry and fruit farm. New 4-rm. house, clec out bldss. Real buy. $3,000. 7-3138. Mercer Co. New 5-Room Brick As modern as tomorrow, oak floors, tile bath, weatherstripped and caulked, pne acre rich soil, fenced, fruits and shades: ready to move in: 15 minutes to city. If you can pay rent, you can own this lovely home. Priced to sell. Exceptional terms. WALTER BROWN. 2-9839: fcve. 15 A. bottom land: fenced; 6-rm. bunsa-low: nice barn; 4 ml. so.; just off Wal ker St. 3-7606. 2'i A.; extra large trees. Just off Memo rial paric eravci roan: sjho: easy pay ments. Call 7-4(530. 7--'b2U, FOR SALE- 10-acre ranch inside city limits on side of Raton Pass. Modern 8-room house, 2 baths. 2 (flass cnoosed porches, most of house furniture. 2-car Karace. coal house, wash house, one 2- and one 3-room modern tenant houses. Rock layinK house for 1.000 hens. Brick brooder house, cow barn. 90 orchard trees, booso berry and currant trarden. city water and liKhts. 300 laying hens. 500 frying chickens. 200 rabbits, three milk cows. Fenced with woven wire. A beautiful place to live with income. In most pleasant and healthful climate. A Rood location for chicken dinner inn. all ror price of residence. Real estate men take notice. Fred Parsons. Box 453. Raton. N. M. 5 ACRES. S. W. 51st. near Western: bar-sliL:lL350-23IiLe r. 3-6763. 4-3784. 10 A. FINE land on W. 30th: below market at S2Q5 A. 7-4639: 4-5396. OPEN HOUSE 7 P. M. TO 10 P. M. 5 acres, new 7-rm. home. Has evcry- thitiB. 1 ml. E. ot Britton on pavins. a bs 1 gain. 3-1481. 8-i930. : BARGAIN.. $75 cash. S6 mo, buys pretty 5 A. tinimprovcn tract: o. c, jw A,, now $7.3-9jj--Eve;4-2831. 2i ACRES, CLOSE IN" Good modern house, tile bath, cas Hums. All weather road. Priced to sell. Easy terms. Sampson. Hau-roinier Co.. 7-663S. 2'i A. TRACTS. N. E.. limber, eravel rd. $300 u p; $10 cash- S10 mo. Hash. 8-38B2. 2 CHOICE 5-A. tracts: modern Imp.. S. Walker & S. Penn: very ch. buys. 7-3138, MERCER A: CO. COLUMBUS. Ohio, May 26. P A call 'for the church fo be outspoken on social issues came Wednesday night, on the eve of the 149th gen eral assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United Statg of America. Dr. Charles J. Turck, ccncral director of the department of social education and action. Presbyterian Board of Christian education, declared that if the church did not speak out at the time and place where social strain was greatest, it would fade from the contemporary scene. More than 5)00 commissioners delegates) elected by the church's 276 presbyteries enrolled for the opening session of the general assembly Thursday. The first important business of the general assembly will be the election of a new moderator; the highest office in the Presbyterian church, to succeed Dr. Henry B. Master of Philadelphia. Dr. William Hiram Foulkes, pastor of the First church, Newark, N. J.. v.-as reported to be a most favored candidate. Other candidates are Dr. James A. Kelson, president of the Western Theological seminary at Pittsburgh, and Dr. S. Willis Mc-Kelvey. pastor of Second church, Kansas City, Mo. j LABOR FIGHT TRIAL ; ENDS IN DEADLOCK The Weather OKLAHOMA Cloudy and unsettled Thursday and Friday. EAST TEXAS Mostly cloudy Thursday and Friday. . LOUISIANA PRrtlv cloudy Thursday and Friday: continued warm. , ARKANSAS Cloudy to partly cloudy Thursday and Friday. . . COLORADO-Unsettled Thursday and Fridav, probably occasional showers north-central portion; slightly warmer Thursday northeast portion. NEW MEXICO Generally fair Thursday and Friday; warmer Thursday east portion . KANSASLocal thundershowers Thtirs-dav or Thursday nisht. tn east and south portions Friday, becominc fair northwest. Friday, somewhat cooler mest portion MISSOURI Local thundrshowers Thursday and Fridav; tlishtly cooler north portion Thursday. Hourly temperatures for th 24 hours enains: at 7 p. m. Wednesday. 8 p. m . . 9 p. m !0 p. m . . . . . 12 Mi-lnisKt" 1 a. rr. 2 a. m.. 3 a. m 4 a. m. 5 rr. 6 a :n 7 a. m.. . . . . 80 79 . . . .79 '.'.'."76. . . T5 ..71 ...73 7i 66 ... 69 70 8 a. m.. 9 . m 75 10 . m 79 S 1 12 Noon .... 1 $. m. . . . . . 2 p. m, 3 p. m .. 4 p. m. 5 p. m 6 p. m 7 p. m .82 85 Sf. 87 37 ....87 86 83 ....82 HOLLAND NAZI THREAT FADES Ballot Drive of Social Party Proves Futile. Temperature Dita Xtmrtmnm Aat !n.t vpor SO Mlntmtim i hes date ja.n year-.. .95- Maximum in last 47 years (1912) 92 Minimum in last 47 vear 1901 . . . . .45 i lUrnuiAUr Hieh 28 60. low 28.47 ! Wind velocity Average 12. hieh 19. ; Relative Humidity 7 a. m. 77. 12:30' P. m 48. 7 n m. 45. : Precipitation for the last 24 hours end-int i p. m, 0.24. Comparative Precipitation January 1 to this date 1933. ........ 11.83 January 1 to this date 1934 9.23 January l to this date 1935. 11.62 January 1 to this date 1936 .....5 72 January 1 to this dale 593T. ....6.23 Normal to this date 1169 The sun rises to day at 5:19. sets T;35. Civil twiiisht benlns 4:50. ends 8:03, Moon phase Full moon rises 9:45 p. m. Mav 27, sets 7:59 a. m. Mav 28. Arkansas Jury Disagrees On Union Issue. Farms tor Sale 124 Oklahoma 360 A. stock farm, well improved: a bar- sain If ever there was one: 45 ml. Okla. City. Phone 7-2578. 60 A. Tulsa Co.. 1 ml. from Collinsvllle: on paved hiway: small improvements; 43 A. cultivated: remainder pasture: public utilities available: S660 down. Aetna Bonded Farms, 817 Perrine Bide. Okla. City. Oil Investments 126 HIGTxAHPRICES FOR PRODUCING ROYALTY. STEVE ROUTLEDGE. 7-7661 CASH FOR PRODUCING ROYALTY: OIL PAYMTS. OKLA. RESIDENTS. 2-9924. FOR SALE or lease. 40 A. in center Ed- mond-Britton oil field, $250 per acre. No trades. J. C. Adams, phone 5-2365. Write. 1214 N. W. IB. INVESTMENT in oil. 60 acres. V. S. Govt. seolosy: have a proven lease, shallow production. 3 sands, pood wells, drillinc contract slcncd. An opportunity of ji life time for someone with S1.000 ensh. Dial 2-6959. 420-21 Cotton Exch. Bids. FORREST CITY, Ark., May 26. iVPi An eight-man Jury in Justice of the Peace court was dismissed here Wednesday night after reporting a "hopeless deadlock" on charges with interfering with labor against Melvin Swinea, organizer for the southern tenant farmers Union. Justice of the Peace G. M. Dooley ordered the case retried Thursday morning. No date was set for the trial of similar -charges against, J. F. Hynds, national executive committeeman for the STFU. Eleven witnesses testified for the state and seven for the defense. Two Negroes and three white men. not members of the union, accused Swinea of "threatening to blow up the concrete mixer" unless the workmen struck for higher wages. Swinea j and his defense witnesses denied this. Atlanta AmariHo Boise Boston Chicaco Clnenatl Cirriand Dallas Denver D Moines Detroit Drice Cy Edmntn El Paso Ft Smith CTalvston Or. June. Helena Indnnolis Jcksnvle Kans. Cy Ij Ancles Memphis Miami Mnepoli Mont H L 88 66 80 60 "3 4 72 54 48 78 58 90 62 84 62 88 72 66 50 82 62 74 62 86 58 68 54 90 60 R6 70 82 75 52 58 48 84 68 84 68 82 70 6R 56 ions real Pri N Orlens N York IS Platte 'Okla Cy 'Omaha .03-Phoenix Portland .12!Pr Albrt iRalelch .05 Rseburs .34: Roswel! .38' St Louis !S Frnsco .08, S Antnto 'Santa Fe I Savanah 'Seattle Sheridan 'Shrvnrt .18!,S(tt!d Mo !S Curnt 1.19 Tonopah .Oli Wshnctn 'Wichita iWUilston j Winnlpee: H L 88 72 78 60 0 54 87 66 80 60 88 64 64 50 46 90 64 68 50 60 62 70 70 52 94 68 74 43 68 62 62 50 78 48 90 68 78 68 80 46 33 84 66 86 6R 76 -8 44 Pr AMSTERDAM, May 27, (Thursday) $ The government coalition headed bv Premier Hendrllf: Colijn was shown early Thursday by final returns in Wednesday's parliamentary election to have administered a sharp tetback to a nazi challenge for power. National Socialist under the leadership of Anton Adrian Mussert had expected to capture 10 of the 100 parliament seats at etake In the election. Final tabulations gave them four seat. "Our people have thundered a decisive halt toward naziism." Colijn told a meeting of supporters. The parties supporting his cabinet had emerged from the election with their strength enhanced by the cap-lure of ne-o seats ROARK "RE-ELECTED BY CITY PRINTERS Other Officers Named By Typographical Union. .02 .01 .02 i .06 Britain to Boost Pay of Lawmakers LONDON, May 26. (P) Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin in one of his final act as head of the government Thursday will announce in the house of commons a boost in pay lor iL members. This was decided by the cabinet Wednesday, it was learned. The members, who now receive 400 (approximately S2.000) a year in contrast to the SIO.OOO salary of United States congressmen, will receive an increase of HOO or 200 (S500 or $1,000.) George Brent's Wife Injured HOLLYWOOD, Calif., May 26. (iP) Constance Worth, former Australian actress now in the films, slipped and fell on a film set here Wednesday and fractured her hip. Miss Worth was married last week in Ensenada, Mexico, to George Bront, screen actor. Sanity Question Stirs Anger Of Accused Slayer LONOKE. Ark.. May 26. UP) Reports that his sanity might be questioned stirred Lester Brocklehurst, young midwestern "crime tourist," to bitter resentment Wednesday. Sheriff Troy Carroll said Brocklehurst. who has confessed slayings in Texas and Illinois, called him to his cell Wednesday. "He asked mo if it was true some newspapers had published reports that attorneys were investigating to see whether he had ever been a patient in an insane asylum." Sheriff Carroll said. "I told him I had read such a report." "He pot Indignant right away. " T want you to know that I never was in a place like that in my life and I never expect to bo Brocklehurst told me," the sheriff reported. Canadian Pact Is Hope of President WASHINGTON, May 26.(JFh-Representative Andrews (D., N. Y.) made public Wednesday a letter from President Roosevelt in which the chief executive expressed hope of negotiating a new treaty with Canada for power and navigation development in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence river region. The New York representative had written the president about the possibility of a new Canadian treaty for construction work to preserve the beauty of Niagara Falls. Turner Roark, employe of The Daily Oklahoman composing room was re-elected to a third term as president of the Oklahoma City Typographical union Wednesday. Roark defeated his only opponent. S. S. Sherburne, 117 votes to 24. He will serve one year. Others elected to offices were J. C. Opsifnrrt virp-nrpis- ieSfi ider.t: J. E. Bark- H M er. J. A. Bryce and ,,! Guy Fuller. ex- Turner Ro.rk ecutive committeemen: W. O. Wallace, secretary-treasurer; E. M. Kelley and R. G. McNeese. auditing committeemen: M. E. Boyer. delegate to international convention at Louisville in September. George B. Harris, Guy Huber, L. H. McClanahan and W. L. RelUhen, were named delegates to state federation of labor convention at Enid in September, and D. C. Brashear and J. C. Wright, members of the joint standing committee. Senator Lee Lost, He Hopes The whereabouts of Josh Lee remained a minor mystery Wednesday night. He was supposed to have proceeded with James Farley, postmaster general, to Wichita Wednesday afternoon, but it was reported that he didn't get on the train and it was presumed he stayed here to cross up job-hunters. The senator couldn't be located In Oklahoma City. At Wichita, Farley's secretary said he was sure Lee was on the same train but that he hadn't seen him. It seems Senator Lee was lost, he hoped. Negro Detective Loses His Gun A sunless policeman Wednesday night was E. E. Jones, Negro detective. Jones felt something fall to the ground when he leaped out of his automobile to stop a fight of Negro women, in the 300 block East Second street. Later he missed his gun. A search of the vicinitiy for the weapon failed. CONSTABLE IS OUT TO SNARE HIM, AND DOES Weatherford Officer Usej Crowbar on Jail. WEATHERFORD. May 26. (Special) Bruce Rainey, Cedar townshij. constable, took a prisoner from tin city Jail here Wednesday with a crowbar habeas corpus, and Bob Cate. police chief. Is very wrought up over having the locks pried off his bastile. Rainey, who first placed the hand of restraint on the prisoner, an Indian held for drunkencss on the street, is equally wrought up over his In ability to get the iS"e jj Bruce Ralner BRINGING UP FATHER (A Full Page in Colors in the Sunday Oklahoman Every .Week). JUy George McManua I POUND THIS POOR AVUTT. HE WEEDED A HOA&-SUT MEM MM3GI5 SEES HIA BOTH OF THEM WILL START TO HOW L n Or 11. r-stf ( ;.. tw . "no jfm -p" I'LL GO ANC? SEE IF I CAN GET MAGGIE. TO t -I I . s YOU SAY A MAN WAS SEEM COMING IN OUR HOUSE. WITH A DOG " AMP HE IS THE PRlZE-WIWMBRAND WORTH & T OOO AJvJD THE POLICE- WILL 0 RK5HT OP- Jts:!:i;;:-'TtT- wow $5.ooo?' THAT WIUL. 6E ASOOT THE AMOUNT OF MY BAIL prisoner ou; of Jail with anything leu than a crowbar. W. C. Hart, mayor, and other citj fathers, who had refused to let Rainey have the prisoner, are mentioning, that lock on city Jails are public property and that the sort of crowbai attack made by Rainey constitute! destruction of same, a matter a gains i which the laws of Oklahoma bolt forth. He Hopes It's Settled Milton Keen, Clinton. Custer county attorney who had given Rainey i warrant for the prisoner, nopea th matter is closed, but says the actlor of the city officials tn forcing Ratnej to the crowbar looks very much lik Interfering with an officer, a mattei against which the laws o Oklahoma also hold forth. Keen hopes it will not be necessarj to crowbar the Weatherford jail again because in such case he would fee obliged to do his duty hs ses it The transaction by which the prisoner, John Hamilton, got into th jail is to be had in two versions Rainey contends he arrested Ha mil to: on the street and put him in jai personally just as constables have always put prisoners in the Weatherfort jail. He says he then went to th county attorney for a warrant and received it, but when he demanded hu prisoner he was refused. And So He Got Him "So," he concludes," Monday morning I took a crowbar and pried oper the door of the jail, got the prisonei and took him to Arapaho. the coantj seat, where he is. serving time for being drunk." "He pried my jail open." complain Cate, "when there was nobody srounc and he made away with the prisoner who wasn't his prisoner at all. Rainey who is a constable living on tne edg of town, wasn't voted on in town at all In fact we claim he isn't even al lowed to vote in the state by rights "He arrested the man al! right, bu Mayor Hart told me not to let bin put him in the city jaiL We go around that by having the prisone: turned over to C. D. Patterson, cit-commissioner who holds a pecia commission. Patterson put the man li jail as a city prisoner. He Asks for Warrant "Rainey then got a warrant and asked for the prisoner. Mayer Hart, on the ground the man was a city prisoner, refused to surrender him and I sure -wasn't going to risk my job by turning him over to Rainey. "We're going to do something about Rainey's prying open the jail. That's destruction of property," "In case they start something else." savs Keen to this, "chances are that 111 do something, too." As background to tht -whole trouble is an old political row that has been under wav here sometime. Last Oc tober, with the backing of a previous cltv administration. Rainey conducted a "one-man safety campaign here which many townspeople considered speed trap. The old cltv oliiciais were reyiacvu in the election, but Rainey was re elected from his township. Easkob Tax Suit Evidence Complete NEW YORK. May C6. A Th hearing of evidence in the 1929 income tax cases against Pierre S. du Pont and John J. Raskob was completed Wednesday after 17 days. The cases were consolidated on tHi primary Issue -the cross-sales of securities by du Pont and Raskob fol lowing the Wall Street panic bj which they established losses of mon than $7,000,000 which they deduct on their '29 returns. Raskob claimec losses of $4,375,523 and du Font $3,-120.645. Both du Pont and Raskob went V. the witness, stand to defend theii transactions. Irvin Cobb Says: SANTA MONICA Calif.. May 26. America's newest problem goes on wheels. One prophets says by 1938 there'll be a million trailers and three million people aboard them. Roger Babson raises the ante within 20 years, half the population living in trailers and all th roads cloggcd So soon the trailer-face is recognizable. It is worn by mo miner, riding along behind, while popper smiles pleasantly as he drives the car in solitary peace getting away from it alL Have you noticed how many trailer widows there are already? , But as yet nobody reckons with, the chief issue: think of the Increasing mortality figures when the incurable speed bug discovers that not only may he continue to motr down victims with head-on assaults, but will garner in many who escape his frontal attack by sideswipes of the hitched-on monster that Is swinging and lunging at his rear like a drunken elephant on a ram-- gCj To catch 'em going and coming- that should be a motor maniac's dream of earthly joy. IRVIN S. COBE (Copyright. 1937. br the North America Kemp pec Alliance, lac.)

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