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MIAMI NEWS RECORD MIAMI OKLAHOMA TUESDAYDEcLMBER 5 1933 Miami School Repair Program Outlined for Inclusion in CWA Work BACK TO WORK school build of the ex it to is ort THE CHURCHES HOUSEHOLD ARTS weeks Me 5032 held the THIS YOURSEL UP) for Yale 7d4 PATTERN 9784 stage an VICKS COUGH DROP she she Bates to the Charles was not ac concluded been have some gin That was the last remembered she said until awoke from a stupor here Sew and Sew Club Torbert will be hos a 1 luncheon meet the Sew and Sew club on DORAN RESIGNS WASHINGTON Dec Dr James Doran resigned today as federal commissioner or indus trial alcohol to head the code au thority for the domestic distillers A Christmas Gift a News Record subscription KIDDIE ROCK DESIGN ED BY MARIAN MARTIN Borchardt Is Named 1934 Norseman Pilot DECATUR Ala Dec Ruby denial of the story of Victoria Price that a group of Negroes attacked them on March 25 1931 today was read to the jury siting in the trial of Clarence Norris second of seven Negro de fendants to be retried in Morgan circuit court The testimony was taken in dep osition form in a New' York hos pital where ten days ago the girl vented her from coming here as vented here from coming here as she did last April to repudiate her former story The deposition was read by Jos eph Brodsky of New York one of the attorneys retained for the Negroes by the International La bor defense The state had rested at 10:04 a after reserving the right to introduce Luther Morris a Jackson county farmer for whom an attachment was issued Satur day f': Sponsor ed by Music Mothers to Be Staged Thursday Chicago Man Pleads Guilty of Kidnaping OKLAHOMA CITY Dec usual Christmas leniency to liquor law and misdemeanor vio lators was extended today by the criminal court of appeals It di rected the clerk of the court to withhold all mandates in minor eases until Jan 2 no particular reason for rushing a fellow to jail just before said Judge Thomas A Edwards Christmas Leniency Given Law Violators POLLING PLACE BURNED CLINTON La Dec A frame building housing a polling booth set up for use in Sixth district congressional elec tion was fired by unidentified per sons today The building was de stroyed Sewing Rooms to Reopen Under New ederal Relief Program ather Coughlin Awaits Word from Raskob and Smith Aged armer Shot To Death by Nephew Ruby Denial Read in Negro Trial ESTIMATE SET AT $4469 BY SCHOOL BOARD JOPLIN WOMAN HURT GUTHRIE Okla Dec (Ah Mrs Opal Martain 19 of Joplin Mo found unconscious beside a highway north of here will be freed from the city jail where two motorists took her yesterday Hitch hiking home she said two men gave her a ride and offered (Plump (pussy is MOB INQUIRY CALLED ST JOSEPH Mo Dec (Ad judge Gaddy today called a special grand jury for next Mon day Dec 11 in the criminal divi sion of the circuit court to investi gate the lynching last Tuesday night of Lloyd Warner Negro Two suspects held as members of the mob are under arrest but no charges have been filed against them Miss Jeanette Loff at all backward as you see here in cheering for Yale of all col leges or a couple of Yale graduates who started a new film company in Hollywood are giving her the chance to show how good she is She was in films before but appeared in New York playa the last three years Revival at Ottawa The Rev Vermillion of Grove is assisting the pastor the Rev Dee Skaggs in a revival at the Ottawa Baptist church The pub lic is invited to attend these ser vices Seng service led by Ray mond Plake CHICAGO Dec 4 CD Joseph Augustus (Babe) Jones pleaded guilty in criminal court today to kidnaping James Hackett wealthy gambler of suburban Blue Island Jones was indicted recently with Gale Swolley of Peoria III and rank Souder of Benton Ill Prosecutors announced Jones who has told then many lurid stories of kidnaping and liquor running in Illinois and Iowa would turn evidence against his co defendants Hackett was twice kidnaped and paid ransom reported to total $71500 He testified before the grand jury against Jones and the others Klutas southern Illinois gangster has been named as leader of the kidnap band but has not been apprehend ed Mrs tess at ing of Wednesday at her home 2 street southwest Bulk Would Go for Labor Details of Proposed Im provements Given POLICE CALLED IN STRIKE NORWOOD Mass Dec 4 State and Boston police were called upon to aid the Norwood po lice today after striking tannery workers and hired guards had clashed in a fight that sent eight men to hospitals with injuries One of the injured may die abel Spence Named Norse Grid Queen VETOED TOPEKA Dec Gov Alf Landon vetoed today a bill passed by the special session of th: Legislature designed to provide death as an alternative penalty for first degree murder in Kansas giv ing as one reason the fact the measure provided no means of car rying out the prescribed punish ment Mabel Spence of Miami fresh man student in Northeastern Ok lahoma Junior college was elected queen of the Norseman football squad at a meeting of the gridiron warriors this morning Miss Spence is a pledge of the Eta Upsilon Gamma sorority The selection of Miss Spence to rule the Norseman destinies next season calls for a sorority banquet for the team members The banquet will be held at 7 Tuesday night in the home economics department of the col lege after which a dance exclusive for the two groups will be in the gymnasium LOCAL CAST TO GIVE MINSTREL Complete Diagrammed Marian Martin Sew Chart Included BATES MOTION ILED OKLAHOMA CITY Dec CD A motion in error alleging the sentencing of Albert life imprisonment for Urschel kidnaping cording to law was filed in federal court here today by Ben Laska of Denver attorney Laska cited technicalities He told the court he had been denied the right of conferring with Bates at the LeavenworthKas federal peni tentiary concerning an appeal PROHIBITION BY CODE? WASHINGTON Dec John Driskill of the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers associa tion in an address at the whole sale code hearing today declared the code offered by the govern ment to a continuation of Driskill explained that his objection was for poses of the and that what ever code the government finally decided upon the liquor dealers would give to it their ed He contended never theless that the code amounted to a of his death He said he left them with a friend in San ran cisco i Keith according to the 'authori ties said he remember the exact wording of the letters In one from Wickman however he was quoted as saying the pharma cist told of giving his mother soft drinks and of finding her in con vulsions later The body of Mrs Marie Burns Wickman the third wife was exhumed at Vici Okla and authorities there dispatches said disclosed that an autopsy had revealed poison in her body They emphasized however that the pois on might have been from the em balming fluid used Albuquerque officials have quot ed Wickman as emphatically deny ing he had anything to do with the deaths of his son or third wife after his purported confession to slaying his fourth wife Nov 25 while they were on their honey moon first wife Mrs Mona Mohr Wickman divorced him and is now living at Edmond Okla deonjeA custer encansoldier born 1MO Makes Ms first Stand Rescue of Persons On Ice Locked Ship Continues in Arctic BIG SUIT ILED NEW YORK Dec A $12000000 accounting suit was filed in state supreme court today by Martin Thompson of Vermil lion a stockholder against the Consolidated Oil corporation Harry Sinclair chairman of the executive committee and mem bers of the board of directors CERTIIED WASHINGTON Dec Roy McGhee was today certified to his appointment as postmaster at Miami Okla by the civil ser vice commission McGhee was the only candidate Not Just Another PillToDeadenRain ORT McMURRAY Alberta Dec GP) ive injured and sick persons plucked from the lonely long winter by rescue planes received medical attention here today as two more airplanes sped over fast freezing wastes to deliver the first mail Pi lot Walter Gilbert and a priest from ort Smith flew to the Great Bear Lake area yesterday to carry in the five hospital cases to Alber tas end of the railroad Somewhere up around Smith or preparing to take off for McMurray on the 300 mile flight was Pilot Con arrell' After deliv ering mail to ort Smith he was to descend 100 miles north of here where the motorship Mabel is ice locked with seven passengers aboard Meanwhile (Wop) May another flier with a long record of Arctic and sub Arctic flights was in the vicinity of ort Simpson 700 miles northwest of here flying the first winter mail into the Simp son district post If arrell succeeds in taking the seven passengers off the Mabel the rescue will complete the remo val of 25 stranded persons from the ship It was frozen in six ago by an early cold snap do with Jack Killingsworth upon surrendering Killingsworth brought Coursey to the county jail here for safekeep ing DENVER Dec 4 Authori ties prepared today to continue here aijd inSan rancisco their investigation of the death of Mrs Rhoda Keith Yicman second wife of Carl Wickman 45 year old pharmacist who is facing murder charges Albuquerque where police said he confessed to beating his fourth wife Donalda Chicoine Wickman to death with a tire tool District Attorney Harry Behm at Brighton was conferring with in vestigators for the Denver district attorney relative to asking court order to disinter Mrs Rhoda Keith body buried in Crown Hill cemetery outside Denver coun ty At the same time Denver inves tigators said they had learned from another son of the second wife George Keith that he had received letters from her when he was in San rancisco indicating his moth er was with George Keith authorities said gave them authority to get the let ters as well as letters he said he received from Wickman telling of Colorado Authorities View Wickman as Bluebeard and Scan Death of Third Wife One of the 10 civil works proj ects proposed recently by Miami city officials and local civic leaders to the CWA is that outlined by the Miami board of education and Supt Nichols asking for an ex w'penditure of $446985 labor and material costs included on eight sub projects for badly needed re ri pairs on local public ings A definits report er penditures' required to complete the improvement work was to be submitted in form blanks this af ternoon to Crockett Scrivner CWA supervisor in Ottawa county It was stated by school officials that the board of education would have nothing whatever to do with hiring of labor on the project providing that it meets with the approval of the administration If approved projects would provide labor for men who have registered with the local CWA with the provision that these men live in Miami 18 Percent for Materials Approximately 18 percent of the total costs of the public sub projects is provided for materi als It was pointed out material costs allowed by the CWA for any projects may approximate 25 per cent of the total amount to be ex pended irst of the sub projects drawn up is the decoration of Pershing school Total material cost would be $20610 and 618 1 2 hours of skilled labor at $61850 would set the total cost to complete the work at $82460 On the Wilson school proposed sub project leveling of the side walks an amount of $6990 would be expended including material costs and 96 hours of unskilled la bor and 12 hours of skilled labor Decoration of the Lincoln schoolbuilding would require $424 for materia and 320 hours of skilled labor it was estimated terrac ing sub project near the same building would necessitate an allot ment of $162 including 240 hours of unskilled labor 24 hours of skilled labor and materials Work On High School Redecoration of the senior high school building as outlined would cost $156665 with materials and 1175 hours of skilled labor requir ed for completion of the work Re ft pairs on walls of the same build listed as another sub project would cost $42415 Three hundred and seventyeight hours of unskill ed labor be used as well as 200 hours of skilled workmen The final sub project listed is that of building up the playground at the Roosevelt school This im provement would call for the ex penditure of $1008 most of this cost being for labor The play ground will be filled in with ap proximately o60 cubic yards of dirt Total cost for labor on all sub projects has been estimated at $3 66560 and materials at $80425 making the grand total of $446985 for all the improvement work Recent changes in the operation of the CWA and in policies for re leasing expenditures for construc tive projects has slowed up the actual work of the setup School of ficials were not able to state today when the proposed sub projects would be placed before CWA offi cials for final approval Improve ment work would start immediate ly after official sanction of CWA SPRINGIELD Mo Dec 4 GT) Albert Ankron aged Polk coun ty farmer was shot to death by nephew Henry Coursey 38 on the courthouse steps at Bolivar Mo today Ankrom had just made bond on a charge that he drew a gun on ms orotner yesterday done what I want to now do whatever you want Coursey told Sheriff TULSA Okla Dec CP) Wil lard Kertin 26 of Tulsa told po lice today he had been held over night by three men and a woman who tortured him in an effort to learn who had given federal agents information leading to arrest of' members of a whisky ring about five years ago Kertin said that one of the men who held him was a member of the bootleg gang and had been released from prison only recently A slight wound on his face was left by a razor which his captors used to try to make him talk Kertin said He related that five years ago he had lived near a house here that was used as head quarters by the gang No arrests were made immediately although officers said they believed the kid Papers were in the vicinity of Tul sa An array of some of Miami's best stage performers has been as 1 sembled for roles in the Alabama i Jubilee Minstrel to be presented at the Glory theater at 8 Thursday night under the sponsor ship of the Music club of the high school Proceeds of the show which is under the direction of Claude McCray loyd Patrick and Sam Barnes will go to musical organizations in the junior and senior high schools ft The cast of the minstrel show has been rehearsing for a number of weeks and has promised an ex cellent entertainment Thursday night The production will be fea tured by clever dialogues of the eight end men special choruses and musical numbers 'of local singers Bob Clark will keep the show mov ing in the role of interlocutor Orchestra Assembled The orchestra' which will offer a number of selections is composed of the following: Ingram Cleve land Norris Viers Paul Enix Joe Malocsay Lucille Grover Wayne Saft and Lora Enoch accompan ist The mixed chorus will be com posed of the following: Doris Val ley Mrs George Rice Mrs Billy Zilar Pauline Grubb Mrs rank Zajic Mrs 0 Moyer Lorena Marks Jo Nelson Etta Jacobs Lu cille Garrett Steed Gerald Whitney Billy Zilar and Harp The opening chorus of the Pro gram will be followed by the introduction of the end men Sam Hoffman Bob Gar rett Sam Barnes loyd Patrick Conway Wood elix Webber Alec Lykins and Dave Wilson by Bob Clark the interlocutor Wisecracks of the end men will be intespersed at various intervals on the pro gram The musical program has been announced as follows: on the to be sung by Alec Lykins Be by Lo rena Marks and chorus Sam Hoffman and quartet a picture number by Jo Nelson Little high school quartet consisting of Pete Holcomb Bob Roberts Junior McCoy and George Stein Jr Down That Lonesome by Lucille Garrett Where the Sun Goes by Sam Barnes Old by Bil lie Zilar a vocal solo by Etta Ja cobs and by loyd Patrick and quartet Tap Chorus The tap chorus Ruth Brockman Lorene Ross rances Ann Croninger Mary Ann Bowers 1 Doris Lucille Lewis Janet Woods i Naomi Goodwin and Imogene Jack son will then perform under the direction of Virginia Lee Patrick by Hubay a violin 1 solo will be played by Ingram Cleveland our Black Crows Sam Hoffman loyd Patrick Bob Gar 1 rett and elix Webber will then do their act Gerald Whitney will sing Virginia Lee Patrick and Sam Barnes will present a skit and the long dis tance telephone exchange compos ed of Steed Alec Lykins Sam Barnes loyd Patrick Etta Jacobs and Sam Hoffman will other special act The program Will be with the grand finale by the entire chorus Cotton prints are all the vogue summer and winter just find one that you resist and make this adorable little frock for your young ster gay crisp and fresh looking and easy to keep that way something to be thankful for when sister soils two frocks in one day This little model boasts a cunning yoke tiny contrasting col lar perky sleeves and pleats for animation There are bloomers to match Pattern 9784 may be ordered only in sizes 2 4 6 8 and 10 Size 4 requires 2 1 2 yards 36 inch fabric and 1 4 yard contrasting Send ITEEN CENTS in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your NAME ADDRESS the STYLE NUMBER and SIZE of each pattern THE MARIAN MARTIN PAT TERN BOOK shows all the current style highlights This book will guide lyou to a distinctive wardrobe little cost SEND OR IT TODAY PRICE PATTERN BOOK ITEEN CENTS BOOK AND PAT iTERN TOGETHER TWENTY IVE CENTS Send your order to News Record Pattern Department 232 18th Street New York ft was chosen the national leadership champion for girls Both will be presented silver trophies by A Moses a West Springfield Mass paper manufac turer at a banquet tonight the feature of the national club con gress held in connection with the intel national livestock exposition Miss Clark is now a freshman in home economics at the Univerty of Wisconsin But a wonderful modern medi cine which acts upon the conditions which CAUSE the pain Take them regularly and you should suffer less and less each month PERSISTENT USE BRINGS PERMANENT RE LIE Sold at all good drug Koreas Small size JO ii LYDIA TABLETS OR RELIE AND PREVENTION PERIODIC PAINS Worn 1SVIZ treet norm 1 residence on the outskirts of Law I ton the night of Wednesday Nov eosho Io Investigators expressed belief Sunday the tbree ad bpen sinrA Officers fnnnrl ulsan Claims He Was Held Captive (between Snudtei reshens the mouth iv Soothes the throat OKLAHOMA CITY Dec GP) Social service supervisors in 61 counties today were planning or ganization of sewing rooms to put thousands of the unemploy ed women to work under the new federal relief program The number of sewing rooms in Oklahoma county will be increased to 40 Mrs Edna McKinnon who will supervise those projects on which local state and federal emer gjjey relief funds are spent will have charge of direct relief work Mrs Emma Bond state director of work who has been transferred from the state relief to the CWA organization awaited orders from Washington to proceed with the employment campaign under Civil works rules Six county supervisors were ap pointed by Mrs McKinnon They are Miss Bonnie Hayes of Tahle quah to Woods county Mrs Iva Chandler Jones of Duncan to Rog er Mills county Miss Ethel Orford of Oklahoma City to Carter coun ty Mrs Hill of Cherokee to Cherokee county Miss Daisy Nicn ols of Ardmore to Garvin county and Mrs lora Bell of Chick asha to Haskell county A conference was scheduled to day between Mrs McKinnon "and Mrs Hale Edwards of Lawton state president of' the federated clubs on appointment of an advisory committee of five wo men to aid in outlining projects for unemployed women A minimum wage of 30 cents an hour for not to exceed 30 hours a week will be paid women employed under the program for a number of hours corresponding to the need of their families Mrs McKinnon said General Society to Meet The regular meeting of the Wo General society of the irst Presbyterian church will be held at 2:30 Thursday after noon in the social rooms of the church Hostesses are Mrs Shoe Mrs Milligan Mrs Cooper and Mrs Claud Wil liams The program will be follow ed by an informal hour and tea Christian Missionary Society The regular monthly business and social meeting of the Missionary society of the irst Christian church will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the social rooms of the church Mrs group will be in charge of the program ft Choir Rehearsal Members of the Christian church choir are requested to meet at 7 tonight at the church for a rehearsal of the choral cantata "The True by Stultz to be presented during the season Mrs Rice is director Pastime Club Meeting Changed The Pastime club meeting will be held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Claud Donica 107 street north west instead of Tues day as previously planned Rainbow Meeting Tonight A meeting of the Miami Rainbow Girls will be held at 7 clock night at the Masonic hall Legion Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion auxiliary to have a 1 clock covered dish luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs Oliver McGhee 224 street northeast with Mrs Hol land and Mrs Harry Arendale sharing the hostess duties Doran commissioner of industrial alcohol during the prohibition peri od has been in the government ser vice for 26 years He entered it as a chemist ner of their grandson Carter Ea 1 ivhich gle son of Mr and Mrs cosed Eagle 129 street northeast here yesterday tne occasion was the fifteenth birthday anniversary oflxrfiniie BOy fjrlVen National 4 Honor Chandler is in Sapulpa to baSi MS ru i CHICAGO Dec fi Hugo Mr and Mrs Charles Pooler Grauman of Granite Okla to were Sunday guests of her parents day won the titu of national 1933 Mr and Mrs Record at leadershin champion winner of a Southwest Citj Mo contest in which more than 950000 Mr and Mrs Bissell Vir 4H club boys and girls all over were called to the United States participated Hollister Mo yesterday morning porjs Clark of Goodman Wis uy Liic eexjuuH iniiesw vi lurs DIS father Wade Miss Julia Schuler of Tulsa was the week end guest of friends in Miami Ithamer Tuthill left yesterday for Norman where he is a student in the University of Oklahoma after a visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Tuthill over the holiday recess DETROIT Dec Pledged anew to support the administra 1 monetary program and in re 'j ceipt of a telegram of regrets from one of his critics the Rev ather Cahrles Coughlin pastor of the Shrine of the Little lower today awaited similar messages which he predicted would be forthcoming trom Albert Smith Raskob Shortly before he speech Sunday ather Coughlin received a telegram from the Rev John Belford of Brooklyn ex pressing the regret for an he gave following ather ad dress at a New York mass meeting last Monday night Raskob will be next and Al Smith after ather IV'YYT A CDU7 Coughlin commented 1 wZ LJ 1 Both Mr Raskob and Mr Smith have taken issue with some of statements In the inter view last week the Reverend Bel ford referred to ather Coughlin as infernal and pub lic While ather Coughlin in his speech was renewing his attack on opponents of the administration and warning that it was either or the Reverend Belford was speaking in Brooklyn December sqv 17S2 Mar tin Van Buren preS Kfenr of the Unborn 1S54 eTopeka fcartsas1 founded JjOCALS is held in Nina Nell 4 street suth AMILY SLAYING returned Saturday night from Tulsa where they attended a Husband of Wife ahd 2 Chil two day convention of the Okla 1 Tv homa State Music association Sat Kound Dead Nov urday afternoon they attended the 1 Quizzed at Lawton class in piano of Rudolphi Reuter nationally known American i LAWTON Okla Dec 4 (IP pianist County officials announced today Roy Barnes of Kansas City visit that Haytpr whose wife and ed his 'parents Mr and Mrs I two children were found dead in Barnes ourth and Bay street the Hayter home here Nov 1 was northeast over the week end I being held for Mr and Mrs Walter Tydings kiHayter the authorities said is 604 West Central avenue are ex not being held here although he pected to return home Wednesday I was sajd to have been placed under from Rochester Minn where they technical arrest in' Lawton riday liaye been since Oct 5 Mr 1 yd 1 when he returned from a visit with ings is convalescing from two se lh's mother in Missouri Officers vere major operations I would not hay where he is held Cooper Undertaking Co Phone 12 No charges have been filed against Mr and Mrs Richard Durant I him and he has denied any knowl and son Junior of Oklahoma City edge of the case Officers said Mr and Mrs Robert Durant and shortly after the bodies Were dis daughter Lyndall Lou of Tulsa CPvered that Hayter was not in the Mrs Zinser jof Peoria Ill vicinity at the time It was not and Mrs and Horace Payne disclosed why he was being ques and daughters Suzanne and Caro tioned or whether new information lyn of Kansas City were guests had been obtained from Wednesday until Sunday of ftn iw I Reber state operative said 4 3 after an inquiry that he believed northwest Mrs Zinser remained Sid Hayter 17 had slain his for a longer visit with her pother sict jater kiled hig mother wh Senator A Commons left this she retumed home from a art afternoon on a business trip to and then shot himself to nr its Mysterious clues have been uncov Mr and Mrs Hughes Lor Wklww A A 1 A I viuuy xisiiy lu juccioi usiuc wnen it Were fests was learned they had no definite hlS parcnts ln connection with the case Mrs 6 TT nt 1 Mrs Hayter her Mrs Davis of Bluejacket daughter Nelle and her son Sidney is the guest of her daughter Mrs A ivcjLCXLuii(jiiiiriiwHifirvtM 1 1 ir oust 519 west Howard Nix of visited friends here 1 Llie Llllrtt 11X11 I1PI Mrs Morlev and danphterl Mioo Tb teLtumg JUUay viiicers iouna Miss Harnett Morley of Penrose lhe house ti htv locked Th AT 1 rj Dodies were upstairs Mr and Mrs Jones 3 street Reber heId jt WQuld hav southwest AU r' rtd LOrleVf committed iiie crimrand left th Af on attended the birthday din house becausb of tbe manner doors and windows were A kitten is probably one of the softest and cuddliest of animals And this plump pussy has all the characteristics of her live coun Started a ternarts excent that she serntchl cn vorv make and sewn up so quickly that it take long before she is ready to be a playmate for the lovely Scottie that appeared some days ago In pattern 5032 you will find the pattern for the cat with de tailed instructions for making it and yardages Price of pattern ten cents Send your order to News Record Household Arts Dept 259 West 14th St New Albert (Bogy) Borchardt fresh man halfback on the Norsemen eleven today was elected to captain the squad through the 1934 season Borchardt a Wagoner boy is a blocking halfback and has been one of the outstanding first year players on the team He is 21 years old and weighs 175 pounds election was almost unanimous He succeeds George Jenkins this fullback who graduates next spring The name for the Ameri can 10 cent piece came from an expression denoting payment in full by a kiss IK CiliceBrooks i 1 i i i i 1 1 (PaHem II Il kt.

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