Seminole Producer from Seminole, Oklahoma on December 29, 1933 · 1
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Seminole Producer from Seminole, Oklahoma · 1

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‘A NEWSPAPER FOR AD! THE PEOPIIE’ I Largest Paid Circulation in Seminole County VOi 7-NO 2r7 Roosevelt Outlines New Foreign Policy For vr JV AMERICA WILL ALLOW OTHERS SETTLE FIGHTS Ialin American May Fijtlit Hut Uncle Sam To Look Out For Himself Only JAPS ON RAMPAGE United States Will Keej tlands Off Ttefardless Of New Outrage WASHINGTON Doe 2fl-UP— A cltar out statement of Amciicnii foreign policy based on tlic simple maxim of “live nnd let live” was re-rc-i vd ty the notion of 1 ho world from President Roosevelt loduv (n an address that rant with n warning that wars are started by politicians and not by the people Mr Roosevelt praised the objectives of Woodrow Wilson for universal peace enunciated in behalf of the United Stales a program of nor intervention and seived notice that so far as the league of nations was (toneerned “we fir? not members and do noti contemplate membership" ITe announced that Ialin American countries were free to set up nnd rnvTivnri) nv pacp rfvkn Birdwomen Beyond Endurance Record They Arc 19 Hours Ahead Of Old Record And Are Still Coins Si roil": MIAMI Fla Dee 20 — (UP)— Mrs Frances Harrell Marsalis and Miss Helen Richey were more than IP hours past a new woild’s veenrd f°r wpmen endurance fivers today as i hey circled their monoplane over Miami airport The plane which officially passed the old mark at 5 -OS p m Oklahoma lime yesterday made a successful refueling today thus indicating the new record holders planned to remain up several more hours At 12(W p m Mis Marsalis amt Miss Richey had been in the air eon tinunlly for 21fi hours and f minutes Maud Man Makes Good Replica Of The “75” MAUD Dee 20-OJP)— A miniature steel cannon complete in every detail which shoots 12-cuage shotgun shells was made entirely by hand by J V Stevens Maud Two machine gun screws used in boiling sections together were the only parts of the miniature replica of the famous French 75 cannon that were not made hv hand Pieces of steel shaft discarded rotary drill stems and other old nvtal fragments weie used by Stevens in the instrument BOSS NEVER VISITED CAMP SAN FRANCISCO (UPBng-On Charles E Lincoln has charge of clothing equipment and tending to the personal needs of B52f0 youths in Hie 270 COC eamps in the Ninth Corps A tea But he has never visited n OCC camp souoooootiijootioe o OKLAHOMA WEATHER C Cloudy probably local rain east and centra! portions tonight nnd Saturday slightly warmer tonight ' 00000000000000 FIOIIT PACKS A jOV 1 In City Monday Of Course Ranks And Rost Office Will Re Closed All Stores Open The first day of the New Year may mean a nice holiday and a good rest to some Seminole people hut to city merchants and schools it will he just one more day All drug stores grocery stores cafes department stoics and other shops will lemuin open as u-ual for the entrance of Mrs Houselady un less some individual store keeper decides to obsnrve the birth of the uncertain babe However no official holiday will he declared for the city All eily civil service organizations and public buildings will he closed The post office will close its doors ns will the municipal building which includes the court eleik the county nltorney’s office the Chamber of Commerce nnd the city clerk’s of fice The banks too will not he open Both the First National and the First State will not open giving their cm ployes an additional holiday Taxi Drivers Make The Jail Late Thursday Bill Daniels and Tony Tiler two eily taxi drivers missed Christmas by a few davs hut managed to makeup for it by getting “stewed” Thursday morning Their joy however was shoit lived as county officers Lewis and Dove soon had them looking th lough the bars of Hotel de Rims down on Fourth street hooked in (barges of drunkenness The Daniels-Tiler incarceration was the only business done hv the police station Wednesday Dehk Sergeant Whilnev Norman offered the suggestion that Chiistmas cost too much to allow any money to gel drunk on Bad Luck Comes In Big Bunches At Griffins 9 Hard luck comes in hunches out at the Roy fliiffin household it would seem fliiffin nnd three children have been ill most of this week Rabv Rnv Tuily has had a touch of pneumonia Cenere is having trouble with his throat Jim Pinck has had the flu nnd Roy is Just under the weather But that’s not nil— last night the familv dog “Silly" suffered n broken leg when run over hv a ear while playing in fiont of the hous( Rain And Warmer Is The Prediction Now A continued rise of temperature coupled with an increase in the drizzle of rain was the wenthPr prediction for this section of Oklahoma for tonight and Saturday Weather authorities declared that he hitter cold was dip to let up for the nre-ent time However they stated more cold waves were to he o'-nected here in the first few days of I he new year Jnlice nlrcws Will Not Socle Rooloolion ITe Says Me AT ESTFR Dee 29 — 0) Pl-Ru-nreme Court Justice Thomas Andrews concluded an address at the Rtate bar convention hre today with an an-ponneementj he would not he a candidate for reelection from the seventh district next year S i:IINOIF OKLAHOMA FRIDAY DECKMIJEll I SILVER FORCES AR£ QRGANISO Senator Wheeler Leading Uronp For Unlimitetd Coinage Of Metal WASHINGTON Dee 20— (UP)— The government held its domestic gold buying price unchanged at $240(1 per ounce today as it tried to “corner” nearly $ti0o()00000 of gold bullion and gold money still believed to be in private hands The new diive against gold hoarders is aimed at individuals who have held on to large amounts of the metal in defiance of previous orders Acting Reeretai y of Treasury Morgenthau said “We are worrying about the big fellows an 1 the drive is directed against them” Morgenthau said “This is a year-end mopping up” Unlike previous anti-hoarding orders the new regulation applies to holders of less than $100 of gold as well as larger amounts But Morgenthau said he was not worried over those who may be keeping just one or two gold pieces Morgenthau was uncertain us to what penalties would be imposed on gold hoarders under his latest order Morgenthau said be believed that several million dollars” in gold would be recovered as a result of the new order The best informed opinion today expects stabilization of the dollar to take place at or about $1124 per irnvTivrpn on pacp six Gas Caused The Death Of Snow Further investigation into the death of Beeman Snow HO oil field worker whose body was found in his oil field home seven miles northeast of Seminole December 2(1 revealed today that the well-known Indian probably died from asphyfixiation and not heart disease as first believed Dr Claude R Chambers who examined the hodv shortly after it was found by two fellow employees of the company for which Snow worked aid all fires in the room were turned high Snow lived with his younger cnn and daughter-id law They werp away from home for Christmas when the man died while asleep He had been dead several hours when fellow pm plovees went to see him Cnuntv officers had nothing to do with Ir-eating the hodv ns reported hv them shortly after the tragedy ho came known Nobody Makes Our Can During Last Night Things were very slack again nround the city police station In fart thev werp null and void Not an nrre-'t was mode hv the night shift of patrolmen The one prisoner who staved for breakfast in the city’s has-tile was released in the middle of this morning Capl Mann Suffering From Scarlet Fever It was lenrned here today that Fontain George L Mann instructor in reserve ormv classes conducted in (kminole is suffering from srarlot fever at his home near Mnud now Since the home is under strict quarantine no word as to the serlousne's of his condition could hp obtained o-day TODAY’S NEWS TODAY Says Americans Make Best Husbands Despite the failuie ot ner marriage to Nelson Morris millionaire Chicago packer vivacious Jeau Aubert still thinks Americans “make the bpst husbands” That was what the French stage bIk Ue lured when she returned to New Yotk from Paris See tha new ‘ Repeal hob" !ie n-on-in The p !lf n loitnd hpr In the -a n’s avrii Mrs Hill Is Named County FERA Chief Doyle And Other Men Inside Set-Up Will Re Replaced TK Women Jan Ft As a pait of the stale headquarter’s campaign for drastic economy J A Doyle now hpnd of the county Federal Fmeigeney ReK f Jnssneia-tion will step out of his office January 1 in favor of Mrs Lucille R Hill at present the Seminole county I social supervisor Doyle’s relieve will I he only one of the 77 in the state All county heads will step out in favor of their social supervisors Judge A L Beckett state head of the relief organization informed Doyle of the slmkeup and immediate-CONTIM’FD ON PACK 8FVEN) Stricken Babyfs Life Saved By Surgeons BALTIMORE Md Dec 20- (U Pi-Surgeons at Johns Hopkins hospital today successfully removed a brain obstruction which had threatened the life of five months old Rue Trammell of Houston Texas The child was lushed here early in the week hy airplane for the delicate operation which was performed hy Dr Walter Dandy world famous brain specialist Hospital authorities described the child’s condition ns good OUR GUESTS Mr nnd Mrs George Heap are Invited to be guests of THE PRODUCER at the showing of “Blonde Bombshell” featuring Jean Harlow at the Rex Theatre Exeh nge this coupon for tickets at the Rex box office 2) l')TL R R Stokes Is County - Gasoline Inspector OKLAHOMA CITY Dec 2!)-(UP — R It Stokes Wewoka will suc-I eepd Luther Rnrterfiehl as gasoline inspector in Seminole county next Tuesday the state coi pmation commission announced today Revolution Threat To The Argentine Police Rarrack ttacknl And Mam Rebel Slain In South America ROSARIO Argentina Dee 20— (UP) - The office of the chief of police announced today that a tebellious movement had broken out simultaneously in Rosa i io Canada de Gomez and Santa De In Rosario groups armed with rifles pistols and hand grenades attacked the police benaeks They also attacked the fire headquarters hut were repulsed - Several were killed and wounded Advises from the interior of the province smil rebels had seized some eommis’-ai ies cutting off communication At Alhetdi two telegraphers weie killed Five persons were killed and six wounded at Santa Fe Oxford Kan Bank Is Looted Of $1000 OXFORD Ivans Dec 20— U Pi-Three bandits today robbed the Bank of Oxford of about $1000 and fled southward in a new Ford sedan The raideis covered the four employees with pistols and emptied the cash tills of all hut a small amount of silver One robber wfis of short stature ami woie a soft hat officers said A posse (n organized immediately FIVE CENTS A COPY The United States Chamber Is Out Of Debt Darland Says ll Major JiHlclloltH‘s To lie Cleared Up Satunla) Fimt 'Time Sinet The Seminole Chamber of Conn nicree will he out of debt tomorrow for the fiist time since early 1027 U V Darland ehniiman of the bom of diiectojs said today C’hei ks will 1m written tomorrow for all outstanding indebtedness This reeoid is considered unusual It is believed that few if any of the nctive organizations of the state will stait the New Year with a dean slat The local Chamber has been in linaneial difficulties since its oi-iMiiizalion A report of the affairs of the organization for the past year will Pc made to the directors in a meeting this evening Officers for the coming year will he elected in the meeting Officers to he elected nre ehaiiman of the hoard president vice chair man viep president treasurer and secretary Important committee appointments will also be made It’s 60 Below On Eastern Seaboard Tho Coldest Weather In SO Year Reported Today In Tho Fast Stairs Coldest winter blasts in fin years suddenly struck the eastern seaboard today as new Rnowfall accompanied milder temperatures in the midwest Fast of the Allegheny tempera-1 tolaj" of "$19000 dollars will be con-lures plunged to (10 below zeo nnd Rtnirto( this winter set new all time records for cold in half a dozen cities Osvl’s Head New York reported an unofficial reading of (1(1 degrees below zero New Hampshire and Maine points recorded more than 40 below' zero In Connecticut the thermometer showed more than 20 below Upper Now' York state recorded 27 below zero nnd more in mnnv places At Boston a low of 17 lie low was leeistered Death tolls of the storm which have ravaged the nation since Christmas Day toilay was mounting past the 120 mark Murray Backers Will Hold Secret Session OKLAHOMA CITY Dec 20-'UPt A secret meeting will he held at the executive mansion here tonight when Governor Murray will discuss with his paity chiefs the advisability of completing his slate of candidates for all “tale offices it was understood at the capital today Word of the meeting leaked out when one of i Murray’s letters was sent to State Auditor Fiank Carter hy the recipient Negro Ex-Soldier Is Tuberculosis Victim Willie Green 41 year old negro ex-service man who died in a Norman hospital recently from a lingering case of tuberculosis will lie buried this afternoon with full military hon-ir ors by tho colored corps of the American Legion of Seminole county Ruling tho boom Gieon was a porter for the Rock Island Railways at the Seminole station and became very popular with the whites nnd black-alike HENRYETTA Deo 21-(UPi— Work for some of Henryetta’t unemployed men will lie furnished hero about the lust uf the year when an additional roaster and block of the local smelter for the Eagle-Pieher Lead and Zinc Co will be put in operation Local officials said about 50 Fastest elevators in tallest build-1 new men would be added to the comings travpl about it) miles an hour pany’s payroll MEMBER UNITED PRESS WORK ON GREAT PROJECT STARTS WITH GWA FUNDS W ill Re Tin' Finest Alldetie Field Roasted Ry Anv Small City School AN AIDTO LABOR Many CWA W orkers To Cef Employment For Montli On This Undertakirn What wall he Hie finest high school nthletie stadium and field In eastern Oklahoma Is under construction bad: of the Seminole high srhool here now Approximately $10000 has hern rt aside hy the government through the Civil Wotks ndminist ration to build a stadium and a playing field for city schools Work tw nlready underway This project one of the largest In the whole CWA set-up will be finished in time for Inter-sehool contest next football Reason Scores of men will benefit through the work provided by this major CWA project All cost of labor Is leing paid hy the government Workmen started Thursday leveling off the large tract behind the high school building- on Timmons street for the erection of prohat the finest athletic field for high sehool use nlrttie in the state If present plans carry through a magnificent stadium designed to( seat around 2200 people and costing ’a The project easily the largest single CWA outlay in the county received the nnnrnvat of tbp state CWA (fONTTNUFO ON PACE THRFFt Citv Bankers At Wewoka Meeting Five employees of Fcminnle bank carried the Seminole banner to tha four-county bankei’s meet at tha Aldridge hotel in Wewoka at which tha main business was th discussion of the new' federal hanking code which goes into effect January 1 Hughes I’ontotoe Pottawatomie and Seminole counties were represented as the bankers enjoyed a dinner then settled back to discussion of the code and voting upon approval of it Seminole hankers announced on their return that the code was pen-ci ally approved despite the fact that it was selected by the govei ament over the suggestions submitted by the local and state banking groups City hankers report that the approval was teally only a matter of form The code will go into effect the first of the year regardless of the pumps approval nr objection Seminole hankers attending the ronfah were Vico President Chester ribs and Cashier of the First State and President Rimer Hurber Vice-President H T Paldle and Cashier L L Leslie of the I irst National Smelter Soon To Be Greatly Enlarged

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