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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             w VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1932 FJST TEXAS OIL SnlTIOri CHOSE Railroad Com minion Enforces Proration Pcndini; Further Action MEETING CALLED Producers and Governor Will Discuss Next Move For Orderly Production AI'STIN. Ti-x.. Nov. i.l'i A brnail attack "in orders III Texiis lias biiiui-hl troubles In Ibal field I" Ihe :it- tenll'in nr Ihe Industry the coun- try over. The potentially rou certainty suriouinllii" futiin iiliillon or piodin Ion was In liliout hv ii Ion "r Hire Till JlllUi'S lll.ll Ih" Texa! riiiid commission's orders wete In- x iilld became Ih'V were based mi "economic waste." wli'i :i view In- ward afferllm: Ih'- pelroleinu mar liel. Ill'd Haste." wllh re i the That opinion ill lemlency lo disrupt the llf III hands per Well n total or ban for Ihe whole Held, net t by the coninilsslnn. 1TUCE OF LONDON POLICE FIGHT RIOTERS Posses Fiiil to Overtake Floyd, And Companions in Fur Mountains mi lev- i.u-bt fed l-ilil IMIV. 'ML MI Gitteriinr -Murrav Is in speak In Itolf l-'rliliiy en-Hill-.- ul 7 o'clock in favor ol the pro- posed Im-oiin lax bill. An Im meus'- ciowd is exiiecled In bear him. .is h" Is speaking "I neelnntr "I III'' state in whlcn imiHl iiiipnlar. Thnusiinds specleil In fiom Ada ami as well inston sill rounding of Ilie opinion, t' no, opeiatnr- Iniil. ei.-at dlilllla---'- n[ -d I'V cniifiis- I Inl' DJII'II '.heir Drilling Continues in Yaiinns Over Cininiy SALLISAW, Nov. 2.- bank bandit-, two of whom wi-ri- as Charles Arlh- Inr ll'ri'tly IJ'iyi 1-Moyd. and his lieutenant. Itirdwell, to- lilay hail made cnml lln'lr escape n'lln- mountains nnrtli of Mul- ilrow. Okla.. alter Hi'1 Slat" liank 'if >i sterday in Two pm-ii'H. nil'1 "I S.illi-aw iifrln-rs. anil r if iifflri-rs rinni Sinllr.. .Ml... in-' "far MnMrnv; In I'. S. highway No. r. I. "lily to learn that III'- iniUiriiiiii (iklahnina nul- luw uiiil allies hail vanlwlifil. appiin-litly slrllilnp nnrtli over a rniintry mail lifto tin- inniintaliis. ers Hie Ili'lie Inilay thai the liaiullH Inlend-iS In liirn liai'l, east Van llnreii. anil a rliist- walrii I iK'ln-.; iiiainlalne'l at Van Kuren a ml I'in-1 Sinilh. orrii-ern salil I'lnyil mi -eicral hail "hlilil" n mil" In Arliiinsas iiller HWiinpIni; ilnwn mi small I lown In Ijl.laliiinui. still was in a nf eM-lleineitt loilay. The liiimll -i swept Inln Imvn just liefure nnnii yi'Sleiilav, parking tlielr ill ilarl: seilaii. in frmil "f Ilie liiinli.l wiihln a lil'irli nl when- j jiitlmi, rfalli'aw elilel or pnlii- siuiiii in Ills I ArMnti Jiipiincsr IxVport TWII I'.iitl Li Northwestern Area nf Committee Appiimteil I" Sc- Report on Needy Families of County that e-ieh well prndiieed nn tluin Its fixed allowable. Maintained Cln-ek. an a> -Islant at-; loieiiy general of the slate, an-; imiinceil Ihiit. ii formal i decree pulllm: Inl" elfect the riiurl opinion and pending a ml lllV h> the fulled snplelll" cniirt 011 a similar case, the pre.s-; ent pinllillnll ielllp would be- maintained. Ills 'lilti Illelll Wiis welcomed lu- ll m.ijn.llv ot tin- "M Interests.. vim expressed I In imielves as d'- lermim-d In Ihe Held trom niuy ol oki-i-production which i-.rin d Ihe pile" of oil lo drop in low a-, rive and dx cents a hair I months ai'o. To sentiment, a mass liiellnu nr rinallv owners iind i-jieiiitnis uiis called ill Tyler. The .Inn or Hi" i..... tin. was lo M.piiiill Ihe cnllllllls: Inn III Ihe III- I- Hill between aminiincenient "f ordi r iind llnal selllenient or lonc-dl-ipiited proldetii ami If wholesale violations or tin- wive leporled. "liny action t" maintain outer vi-nlil lal.eti. Twn ea-.es III Violence W Te Ic- pi.rled Iiinii i.isl Texas alter the fidcr.il cnuit Jndces iiiitionnc. d their decision but there was: tnitli- to ron-.ect them dlncllv with. .iv nrii.inl.'.-d tloll to tin- I in moil Inn. II oil well iiT the rmiip.iiiv w.i- d> in'mil'-d .iri-. >e: i'tnl .111 for the commission wnuml-1 i d shots filed h> a pumper nil i another lease. 1 On the heels ot III" 1 lllini pleas In Iln oftli.....f Hin. II. S. I Sl-rllm; hen- tor a sp-clal session id the legislature to enact nn-as- me- In slretiulhi'ii present i.iHou iind In broaden the i.lllio.ld commlsslnn-M potter.-- t.. piomiiUiile them. Cut. those n-um-sls were over .biidoued bv Ihe announcement 'that Ih" cnmmlsslnn would bold: lute inniotrow ii nieetlm; With all T.x.i- .ul Inleri-ts to dt-cii-.' lieiv Oil tthll'll III predicate new conservation m.-ns- nn Sterling hiis .-xpri'ssed an aM-rslon In a special and 'said lie Incl......I t" "a'-alt (Illlhel Ills. lie pie.ltl.iu thai "I lollioirnw s nieetlm: mli-.ht drafted an older would meet any no- Jecllolis ot a federal court October Gasoline Tax Collections Show Increase with activity repnrl'd In several widely separated sections. Ihe developments reported recent- ly are the followlm; In the lie- In- field: Mason iind others InillilliiK In sw nw nw "f an ex- leiislmi nnrlhwiird nf iihnut Hair a mile. LI--OII and Todd. sw HI- si- nr oil lop n! iihoul feet. I.IKOII and Todd, ne si1 t'f of mnvln1-: In lie fnr loc.i- llnn. lli-in-diini and Tn-en. nw nw HW of new location. Item and Trees, tie sw of drllllnu- at -Itill feet. Heaver 1'roduciim and Iteflnliir, with thni'-s tlinl was nn iwaie Ihe inhliri-y was in pro ss. The iilent ifieil as l-'liiyil and a Mintli helieyed In he An.i- ile Kllinlt, state n roriiialnry cape. Inside Ilie whll'- the third haiiilll. lilenllfled .r  tool; cashier, with them to of Ihe city us :i shield Co.. ne se se of mm In- lii rolary. Uike oil I'o.. nw n w sw ol r.n-r.-Ti. drlllliu: at r. Palsy Oil Co., se ne i I. biilllm: out afier fh al -J.l'.tri wllh of oil and mis. Other locations In the It'hei- fleld are rep'orled lo he peiidlnu. Some other activity In tin- coiin- I ty Includes the following Norris and Fleelborn No. 1 In i-leanlm: and Wllll.ims el al. In at In lime. Hhickw-ll In ahead after "i loot cassi-r at 1 lluddleston el drlllliu- at I.IHO.' Delaney el al. In 1111; at I reel. linsiid FtnU. In 1II-2-R.- near border of Coal county, drllllm; in lime at H- 1-''. drllllnu l.nmi.mMl al. In drlll- C'ounly Sclmnl F.xhibil ill Stair Fair Gimpe lilion .lames w. Muff, county inlendeiit. has received a fnr frotn the (ikhihoma state fair at Oklahoma City eoverin- prenii.inis won by tin- school ex- hibit, general .....I individual, ill the recent fair. Of the total, three second places exhibits iind will be said today, to ili-fray and prepailnc this Ji-ar. As there will left after thill Is done malmler will he next year In tin In' some the n Kept I'or use comity school HAItltlN. Manchuri.i. I.I1 Tin- Japanese military pn-it-' Ion In tin- noi-Hiern half of M.-n- chniia was menaceil t.iday a Chinese alni'-'l from ninth 4- iind wi-st at Hi" sirale -ic ciiy of. i Tsitsihar. The of im- v.l noled In Japanese milila'-v repurls illscloslm; that 'wo fierce baltbs] had been Innclil iibmit 'mil-Ill nr Tsllsihar. and thiit t.'hi- iuesi- forces already In .'oiitm1 of i northwestern Manchuria wen- massing Irootis iilmi-: Ih-' wesiern 'teml of tin- Chlm rail- way. j The two battles wi re 'Sunday and Mot-day bi-lweeti Japanese reinln: cements 'iind Chines.- Irre-jiil.irs wlm-a- J preset..... lii the Tsltsihiir areii ha.-l 'drawn the .lapaiie-e troops tliete. Tin- Japanese claimed xiclorv Mn bolh enuiiaenieiits but at the ICIIM! of killed and I I minded. (They said Ihe cMnesi- dead and I The danger in the 'In the fact that Manchii '..no n-nnp.- jln lite north had revolted to i'id Wins! Ih" Ciiinese. and Hint inrlher r.- b.'llinn In Ihe Manchiil.iio r.inl.-- wiu. occurring. I Compllciitln-: Ihl.s thru I f-'-ni tin- north, was the lln-.-at super-1 the' northwest nf C.eneral Su checlilweii mid his Chinese Irn-: w ho for ii month have been In control of Mam-hull ii-.iain.-i sovb-l border. j ('.enefill Sll's chief llellten.lllt.i Cham: Tien-chn. exti ndin-. this conliol lodiiy :.onlheii--l w.n d lottiinl Tsltsiliar aloni: the Ciii- nese raihvuv. II- comliin- iilly hiitrassed Ihe -.11 ri- son at I-'nliterclil. Tin- Japain se mil only counleiinu I in- mllltii'-y -.M with further troops, but .-e liiss Charges Treasury Con- verted Into Pawnshop: Mills Defends Hoover Close With Speeches in New York And Brooklyn Itv WAI.THIS IlKOWN ALCANV. N. V.. Nov. Governor Uoosevell today pre- pared for the final bid of his presidential campaign wllh a weekend of speech milking III New York City. He returned to the capital late last after a whirlwind Hirer-day motor nip all iif the six New I'lnaland stales. He said he was "assured thai all nf tin- New slule.s" would he ilenmciallc (his fall. When Ho- democratic presi- dential candidate passed thrnuuh the hist of Ihe Ma-saelillselts cities toward 10 o'clock last nluht mid entered New York Mute Ihe recnrd of Ihe Unosevelt campaign away from home was closed. On Thursday. Mr. lionsevell will i-.n to New York City for a speech that nluhl ill the Mello- polllan opera house. Friday nml Sal unlay will in th" llrooklyii Mush- iiud Madison den In N'-w York. Since lie sleppid plane here July H cepllince speech ill l.nnsevell has I 7.mil) miles. REPULSED BY POLICE come rallies Academy of Har- I'liiinle V. Tlionipson. county judo-, hils been asked to serve nil a enmniitlee with Mrs. Orville Sm-iid. lied Cross secretary. Otto St'-iel.liind. of Allen, and Claude nf lii listing the un- employed "T tin- county. The information secured is to of Virginia. he mailed lo the unvermir's office. He added WASHINGTON. Nov. Conversion of treasury "Into a national pawnshop" and Inf'ctlon of the federal tsovi-rnnn-nl "wllh the fatal JJITIII of financial social- Ism" Is iittrlbiiled to President Hoove- by Senator Carter Gla.'.-i n to these assertions. The county commissioners are asked in make a map showing -late, enmity and township roads and l'iio-e Ilial Gov. W. II. Murray Is desired tn hnlld from his work leli-.f fund. i'ellet' lunds will not Ii" used. Hi. leller stales, on roads main- tained by the state or county. .lud'j" Thompson said yesterday ll.at In- did not yet know if I Ill- relief fund is Unit secured as a I loan of Ml for the slat" from Hie i-ecnnsli-in-tion tinam atlmi. However, relief authorities hen 'have already laid plans for a Mir- ey ill ill" county to del vliai tamllie-; are 'hit other faniill Vi'IM" niinli- In a canipalKn address C.overnor l.oosovelCs elec- tlon which was broadcast. last nlnht under auspices of the dt-m- national committee. tin- statement that "we had from Ih" admlnlstfallon at the last session of couuriHs Inflationary proposals that would have rocked the foiin- of nur hanking syslem." Class denied statements President Hoover that economic Iriiiibles hiM-t! resulted from Kunipcan disturbances. He said mi the contrary "that the Im- providence. If not the direct pro- of ImompMent republican administrations al Washington Is measureabty. If not prcdnmlnatit- Inlo nn 'alr- for his ac- Chlcato, Mr. liaieleil more than He has I n In III" IS sillies, several of 'hell two or three llnn-s. The only slates he has not visited aro Ne- vada, .Minnesota. North and until D.xjiiila. Texas. Oklahoma. Louisiana. Mississippi. Arkansas. Alabama, nml Florida. A last nilnnle change tn ,1111111 brought the governor back to Al- bany Instead of his home at Park where In- hiid prevli iisly planni'd lo l.'nln forced him to abandon In New l-'nulaud the open car in which he prefers lo tide hut nl every stop there v en- large lo creel him not- withstanding the weather. In the country, as dark'iMim- nn. men and women stood III lighted doorways to see Itnnse- vt-lt's car co past. I'hires weie liuhti'd al several places. In all. Iln- candidate traveled more than Tun miles thronch New Knclaml. Streets Scene of Violence and Turmoil For Many Hours During Night Defeated Army Gives Up At- tempt to Coerce Parlia- ment and Disperses I.ONHON. 2.--I.V- H-'lk- ed last ulKtil In their I bird nl- lempl In enforce Ibelr dcnmmls by violence. the maicheis'- who stiaccled Into Lnmlmi hist week turned homeward Inday. I W. A. I., ll.innln-lnn. Iln1 hnunl-l who orcanlzi-d 'In1 march of tin- Idle from Sciill-ilid. Wales mid the Industrial ceiil-is of Kncliiml. was In Jail. as- sociates who precipitated a tl-'t In I'.itllanienl S.iuaie last nlcht. also were In the bauds of lilt' police. So this nmrnlu" ro-'i'.ftl on n whn had trudged wllh Iln1 others Iliriiucli Ihe rain last weol; climb- ed iibiiiird ii chiirahaiic and Mlart- ed Uicli fnr Ibex Ciime. Other ciiiilliim-nls pi I pared In v.o back Inline before j the end of the day. Meantime. Ihe historic pro- !duels of Parliament SMitan- won1 jln the Imnd.i nl police lifter a i mass attack by thousands of Job- less had precipitated the blond- mm OEFIGIT c represents III used. Hull' expenses the iry Reports purt ly. respnnsihle for the deplorahlc s'lliiiitlmi In which we find our- selves Inday." The Virginian, a former seer-': lary nf Ihe treasury, said Mr. Hoover was c.illinlni: credit for nieastircs that could have ln-'-n eiiiicled only with dotnnrrallc co- npi ration and thai C.nverimr IJmi- spvi-lt "Is amply prnparcd Ih.' ti-eim-ndous tiisk of teconstnic- "Heavy Fall- __ i WASHIN.ITON. Nnv. 2 With 1931 An assertion that President Hoover's actions had been "con- structive, coherent and well dl- to cushion the effects of devaslatlm; dellatlon we hnvi lest of font- recent riots. The disorders lieKiin ill dusli Ihe heart of the capital ami jiiulel was not completely restored until nearly mhliiUbl. Scon-i siifrereil iiilmir Injuries. Thus to a climax a series "il distill bailees that lie- Iran, as last liUhl. In a inarm Ion parliament lo piol.'si 'the appllciillou of Ihe dole system. The tlrst dlsoider came Odi'- 21 wln-u parliament ivciin- veiled. The national "liniiRiT iirniy's" arrival In last iTIniisiho wns Ih" slmial for 'In1 second, and Ihe third came Snn- lilnv -nluht In Trafalcnr when a rush was minle lor I'uclc- 'liu-.lmm palace. Hie the 1.111- n-sldei......d Many Piinloloc Connly Hirtls tn I3c Put   OKI. CITY. Oct. -VI I C.asnllm' lax cnH.clions for (It. Ilir Wli'-n stale Ii polls Tuesdiiv iln-v will he hi minimum of four ballnts. .1 li.ini Cnnlell. secrelarv nf the I'leclimi hoard, explains. One ballot will hear the didiil.s for sliile and al ofllces. Aiiollier will hear Ihe names nf pri-ldi nil.il el.-f-1'M.s of Ihe demo- cnille and republican parlies wllh the emblem iind presidential and presidential nominees at Hie lop. Still another will hear tin- two st-ile :.tten1. C.overnor Mor- i.ty's i I sed income lax bill and tin- i.-pe.il of Ihe m.H .'.irine tax measure. fo-irth ballot "ill "ear the miiiies n( candiiliile-. for connly of- hildi Ten schools are repn-senli-d premium awards. Their share money will be used on hihlt ixpeiises and. In ciises i when- iln-re is n surplus above! these, for u-'e next >e.ir or on nei di d Hjl-, veiir. Tin- schools ami Ih a- follows: C.illej land Cmittiiy elr V WASHINC.TON. Nov. 2 A deficit of the first months of tin ent fiscal year Wiis disclosed by, today's treasury statement. j Income lax receipts for th'- period amounted to 1 as com pared with 2 Inr Ihe sani'- months of the fiscal ear I On tin- other i.and, tulscel Hllffered" was Secreliivy Mills' answer to -ii (letnncratlc cam- lialcii address bj- Senator Carti-r of Virginia last nlclit. Colnc hi-rnre a microphone a Jew tnltiut'S iifter C.liiss finished a speech In In-half of Covernor Itnnsevell's candidacy. Mills said to si'pte'mb.-r. Chairman Melveii Cor- nish of tin- sliito commission leporled today. "Tin- whole contention of ad- vocatis of lower gasoline tav.i Is thai tbere Is widespread la .V xloliitloa ami tax evasion." to'- liNb commented. "Hy all rule'   oiubt I" lii't I'n' eln lion lelnrti-. The New- ul" ulte Hie lelllllis finin oer.i purl .if (be millmi nml lln-> lie ullen last lls Ibej in. The ill.' officials me ibmiilint: Ibe "I I Hie "III bine u phn e sll nml I.....ul   ...ju- hf was ailvlsed Mills had ilalned an iidvance copy of bis ad "which Involves a breach i confidence disdained by ever honorable newspaperman." Mills replied: "He knows perfectly well Hi every advance copy of a speech Inn b'-H-ver In the Institution distribute finds Its way at once t of inatrlninny. H- has Just taken national c.iiinmltt. Mrs. Marli1'and that practically every advanc __, the -.econiltcopy of di-'Umcratlc siwecbes conn v'ni-irlt-il venture for the Into our hands. Then- was no 'breach of release." die for the ClulstiniiM Tin- Tliaiiksi-lvliiK birds will robably he sold helwi-en Noveni- r ainl 10. with delivery ahoul e ntlddli- of the nninth. Then- Is ;i bin turkey crop In otilotoc county this year, nrdlnu In reports. Flciires preHi-nted lo III- (Uf- raisers showed that a year Jl.llon mor: was secured for hem through the pools than riiuld have In..... obtained hrmiKh lociil condlllotm. and i b-fore that tin- breeders iroflled by an additional J-.- mo pool nperailmiM. Poultry association officials ate sac- naldn- now fur the Scoliaml Yiird and i-ouvi-rsi-il In- ward parllami'iil fiom Hltee directions. Tin-re were h'Mis and r.i'ralln as Ihe .bubbles nil fool pitnl.eil hack I Into Whlt-'iiiill toward Traliil-ar S'limre and nwiiv from Ihe Inim-e of com- 0 In Ada. until tlm Into In th ally there aroi CH were haclii-d l.-mpeni prm-i'sii. C.rinlu- reslMlatic.'. ntnl OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 1 l.l'i Legislation inal.lni: Oklalioni.i iilUIInu and Iniiii croiiiis eligible n borrow part of tin- JV.r.OO.miO available thruii'-h Iln1 Tenth dis- trict federal home loan hank, will he rushed before the Fourteenth legislature In January. Chester A. Topeka. acer of the Tenth district bank. within half an Inmr ;i bitter t battle tt-as In full with mounted police hae'ilim up fool officers In tin- front Iln" the demiiilrtnitors. Tin- police advanced Into a n.n- of hrl'-l.s. .stones, and liimpi of coal. Then- was much sma-ilillii; aluns Vllllers htn-.-t li-nilltiK out of Cross. Isolal-'d liiManrcs of loolliiK .riirri'd. The niounteil turned tide, throni; up Into police finally small s'al'd tiiday Ok'laiioina ainl N.-bras-.then dispersing rfiilll. associations cam.....mrtlclpato ;al mldnlKhl. all was In tie- until certain stain laws havn been heart of I.emlec In Jnll Mistnwhlle llannlnKtnii rem.il.i- ed lii custody, and was joined In nf tin; ilniioii- asalnst hliii A revision of and lonn Ir.-.vs. which would penult assiirl allotis lo purchase stock III home loan bank, already has or -ntralnrn. Tin- liome Inati bank, already has been Tin" rhtirKi! asalmit him drafted. It will Im rend ulleiiiptlui; to Inrlti! to mu- adopted Non-tuber 17 and IR tlie stall- convention In Oklaliimia slcued. ho wild. City of the Oklahoma i.olll-.OOo i-rsiim- and d.- uhollllon of Greatest n-turiis for thn ammint test and hlch iipproprlallomt for Inveshti'd Newii' CaballR-d .Vila. 1 Oiutlininl I'nRO No.   

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