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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXH ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1932 NUMBER 39 TO OFFER I I rfices .if Winl.'r's Orru- idlv I jSeiiiilor Would Close Six Stale i. vci.-al such a I Schools and Order Prop- Will Appoint Unofficial Coin-] to Confer Will, Dehtors hem i-.x.. -finnx-d al-, crly jjokl "r WOULD REDUCE BOARDS Will.: Area Affected liy Shocks Orders Fourteen F.xpelled Men Hut No Serious Keinstatcd a id Will Bur to 1'ioscciilion n lolenl eai Ihipiak'1 that Man lli-lil ill Iowa May He One mill I'or I wo Koff I Hank Ki.l.lM-ries WORKING WITH ROOSEVELT A, Mil! MAN. l'--c. rock.-d' ma-kfil and prniiiis.-d ,-lfin 1'nili.l la-l Imial Iminiiiilly. I cnnfes-fd i f, fin. d. I mm i-fporis re- "I HIV H. M. C. hnni-; livif today. In haxv -f.-rel order of Pnhcrslly of j Oklahoma .-I uile tits, returned in' Proponents Hope to Force t> I (I t.iin ll.lilll I Vole Before Close of j nlficers. a I I warrant ha- heen sent from i Inlnc connlx In the ol'I'Ici'l'M In. 'an1 h.ddlnr: a man mreslel lii and helleveil to he lloli j GET CITY BUS! WITH V500N FIL WEEK OF YULETIDE Kncli Moinlni- Climttnus Today's Session AfnElENTSllLLEO Nearer to Impatient Childhood of 'and'" -in IT oV i A" SMC in. r. mm ii Officers Appointive by Briliili Territory As Part Payment kVASlll-VlT'iN. I'1 I'. Coop- rain.11 xxlth e .Mil In ill 'illi- i nnllllllltx i lean Inr. I a t.. war Hi" xxnlld contf icin'f. and di-.u nn.fill win- pi'iipn-v.l today -l.li nl Homer "in I ,1-xvlf cnld i.-If.III. ll.el" XX-I- a I xvhlch mail" .h i1. This mm A. '.ini'.l l hat ni.lv ii Governor In- i l a -I'm nn ilehl- -viintd I." d li> I.Illl. s.......f _ ihf nn mil. i.< of which wo'itit. I! iiNn .lil.'-al.'s m world I Jj i i ciinlen nee set Inr m-vl j t ai Uii.1 iisher .nlx nifiiHiin of Ihi-. prepared In v. Murray St-'mnl i ilay In start pmiiini: I'l in i.n In th" con- linxi.... I. w.l- fn'l "In I.....pvd In 1.1.Hi caipi-nler- il- h! and Hi- xxnrld miikini: xvhal ivmainin- "iiinnt -III. Illl I 1" Ml1" c-illlliil lie ,-nilld In- prepared fill' sel- on ad tnuiidalmn ami Innilni: x.i tl.f ii-......mi.- iw.ills. In On- .if' -sii.iie-. Ii" pi.- pump xxas takim: xx aler mil "I liminaix XXI.I'K In r ili.. alliin. xxhvi.- it had col- nci-f.' The ninl. rial.lm: Hi.-e as tin- dvpn-.lt id ice and ..i.-ilminai x inns h.nild not nif lie d. .lil.Hfd Maich lm.! I., llaixey. supei inii ndvnt .-I jcniisliuctlnn. has mitilifil II ;ili.po-e. th. r.'tnt He ciinperaHoii ol I'l f-ldviil- lal oiii'e. and l.-.-i in the ni 'iinltht he aide In pmii v.nd ''l ..I .Minnie- lal' i m-wspapi r- i Hie area t drvl- n1 l.-lf phnm- calls "Inn.x AHcclvd Mf al-.i hills vliniin -t'n.-. main Ini.ir.lii and Instil ill Inn.-. Aiiinir: th.-in ale the hureav in ii'iina! id.-iiMricaHnii. I...an! 'men in "Oklahoma to com.' In Ada nuna'.ers ..f c.-Haiti einn-viia! y ..I l.........i .1.......... in --iililiei" i (l.u.i i in remote areas run- n al e-lnle in lan nix si i-.it.'d and .li f n-achlm-rx for this allernnnn II H.v dear lion. Ann rlcai.Uiillon cum, .n-; c.i 'lei 11 Inn ..f ......tinned. l-'-ard ..f nnltn.m.lx ol I-4-, 1 ha- a Mipplx ol s.in.l. cm Mi hnanl ilil'-clnr.- ni i ,j In-r l' ill Hie :.ile. and en him l.iiard Tor f t U Mclini.....I. "I s.cr.'laiy- N. V. l inenis have I.....n adnpted on tin- ,llirly ihe .'lifaiiirer of li. D. M- C. Arguments iiuain xxvi" as lloor. hnvn anil ".Iris of Pont......irimn- .inxvrnor MnrraV- ordvi ,11 y.-slerilay. against the consll-; As II now stands II provides re- canily. lints, toys i "loxiinoi .xiuiiax. _ Hie leui-latlon. Sup- .-.ti Irllnns lor years on j porllnu Mlcheirei's 'J.7T. per cent free imp.irts nl siiKar. cnconnt oil., inn. ndmeiit. and hemp prndiicls frnni Hie Is- I Iml. I said he hfli'-v.-d "fniii Hie I'nlted Stales. Then. '.....r Intoxicating." live years the Islands could ,mvll on yeslerilay. against tin- consll- uin li.-ciin- iminedl-ile r.-lnslal-ia-nt iif Hie l.-ui-Jatlon. lor s-xen years on amasse.l "mid urn IMJ- i ins.... i.i i .Micheiier's peri.....t free imports ol suiiiir. coconut oil ..........red ol nf Hn- youths was In he c, 11 Kep, vsent a I i ve Woo.! hemp products from Hie Is- th" M'crflary nf in- Thvn. ny'V.enll" r, sniivln--- diandvli.-r..: nrl.Iay l.dloxunu _ f Hill- _ _ot Hi'- Is Inli.vlcatln-." live years the Islands could durln. III. ari) "m'C v xwiuM Is I- _fiil-' order of expulsion with I! tl i X sit y Ivulstrar. jn-t don't xx'aut lo liax'e to i discus- tin- iin.il nt M. of the ui'i- i, x x fr -i' y -aid today. .1-11 I lhal Jed rock and Mwl i r .ml, V I t Is -vadlly for ft Ue r co l-sli.n to eiiulpment needed ha- al'.. I...... ,ml Ima.d -if Irn.tv, l a- -Hnatlnn- In. so llm. on--" -n.1 .11 The enisles- did 'pourlni: heulns il can he pu-'n-.l _ ___ Minali...- a- II l.a- dex.lnp.il nif.HIUinn m....., a. II I.a" ilex. Ilf I1' -al'x fnr the llxe In plei d "olitlmi-lv mix c.....-lii-Inn xxi.nl.I -uhpd In appmxal III" I T X If rl.l Ifil. l.llfll III'- i-ai.....Hall.m in if idlnailn.-. l.n.iril 'or rn.if IM p. riy ll.erlv -liy t'i.i coin! plcviir-r or s.'l-inic x i -i.nifxx r In S-ci-niolo-lsls iit ih" n-v al Hi.- r-- v of s.int-i Ci.ua aui.nl. "lUf-l of -exelill pel-on-. I'l x.vuhl pi-oxide thai i al tl .......i wl1" cl" ai vain.'.I al i.'...... f. rnn Islands Hn'insdves wanted coll.ll- RFHCFfft PPR t hn" H. .'a, m wnuid f........... "M.vH'-m'Inu nffer no handicap lo Hi. UllluLlld lUII to declare of self- HI he It iinciinstltiitlnnal." KdVflin i.'til. Ada Commandery No. 1 i II llls.i.' This wan Mrli-k.-n out today and fi- Temi.lar. Tuesday had said "what ami-ndmvnl declaring I'liixfi-ity elected officers for the ensulni: waiils Is Us hcer ami .that when the Islands approved a no liefnre Salnnlay nlclit. ik. ley wen' xeiir and ayr.....I to join with the t iilcolmllc constitution at u special election luuujuuu pinpffix a. char fmm the drum other Masonic h.idles in Ji puhllc palatahlf." this would lit: doeined us an ex-; or hax" an Incii......i! JLT.o a ,M r, In.-tiillalion service soon. amemlnifnt hy pressioii fnr I'fC. '-I'1 xxniild ivrvlx, nut i....." niliniiv s lai.-i uh.'ii amiii'fi Officers elected Tuesday nlcht atixe M.'K.'own okla.i lo, i-nitoii nf tills crop Hi.m "-U a niniiHi nor liia-ii', ili'-m hick Inn. I -s- MrKenwn. emln'-nl firlke out provisions leuallxlnu ill" m ivc. was re- -aid Jaim-H M. Thompson. pntt-r ,-r p-r was n- SHOPLIFTING CISE alioilt tdmpllflelR have heen scan.....f 'ale. despltf dudftl I i.MM Ihf en III..-v iiatlnns liidii.lln-; (iKIahnma I Alahama 1'iaiic.- and xvlil.'li d'1- f.1.170: Ark-, laull.d nn pei-.-mliei- Aflei'! ans.is 1 .'i r.ilifnnilu HI.- Th a-aln Ihe h" ha.-1 IMoilda kelhall team Is on n Christmas heen m. Intel i nplmn In tr.iii On Western Trip HI.- p.i.iric ami snm _______ Paciric railroad-'. llm s Slonexvall school has- through Nevada, -aid thvr" .i.i't The nations which liv j when- over Hit- store. Police last xxci'k iinallfleit undouhtedly, rushed lo tin fnr tin- dflit propns-' ed hy Hit- preslilent. nre: C.ri'iit llrltaln. which paid (Ctiutlnuci! on Page C No. 1) They found rr. Holier, Pinchln, tlm.s .lave hej-n :x V j a siat." sherl riliiilmn nf heer. on Ihe Ki-onnil hill Hi" court nnl.'ted sexeii of udjiisllnt; IhlliKs with Three Injure.) In rexeiine Mnlmn for a Hall the city court remains. OKLAHOMA CITV. IJ'T. that dlslrlhiitlon a.....ndinenls will he llh-il. l-'rom Montuoinery U'ar.l ha.l tins. Just sturtliiK Us Were not In order. i The counts on wlilch roine four pairs of son. n tul.f of in rounds for a crippled children's v.as convlded pertained lo the mnthpa-ie. u of .22 rurlrl.lKi'K 'or.., .purchase nf material for two and a ho.x nf shoe polish. ihrid-es and nialadinliils-1 Mounts had roiitrlhnted u spnrf and the alleged Issuance rand pair of Kloves. J. C. 1'i'iinny a warrants. of spals. Mnrslmll JOIII-H a I Dlhlrlct Jtiils- Linn this after-iMhlrt and two lies. Mrl.ellaiiH ii .....r. -i ..Jnoon illsinl.-seil Hie i ulster siilt.i-hlrt and hotlli! of Imlr oil. and .AIIOMA Phillips. anoth.iriHur ri. U. Clollilerit two palrH of vj'l ''wis comiiilsslon. on Thief inMateii hy' the sta.'e' supreme'. tli.n of County Attorney celved.throui.-li the Dial! l.y nplnlnn will. !i Jai--alnst W. Parsons, the third not slate the rifison for IV-.commissioner. Is lo lie trl-d later. tha, may a cllon. I HoosevTTi mak-lllav" Ills petition for reinstatement; hohhy of m-tniii colleceln- "'iinty Jail- Tlmy IH-HII pending for two years. _ role.! am! may Iliclr ustlc.s siild records of the w. ahout all h.-'ll n" In the clly. a K-slory stolen from the hank, hnildlni.-. sway.-.! I they hail sent Justice were lost and xviTt- found   

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