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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1934 NUMBER 42 STATE SUES TJX FILES DESTROYED Former Personal Secretary Says Destruction Ordered by W. Irving Glover HEUTEDJOJR NIftIL Oklahoma City Man Tells of Manipulation of Air Mail Contract Awards OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 1 per cent sales itax. In the first five months of s operation, produced In revenue. Chairman Melvin ornlsh of thu state tax commU- on reports. The December collections to- iled Total apportionments to cotin- es for the five montliH Incluil d: anaillan ___________J14.211.-i; barter _____________23.54fi.7f. arrield WASHINGTON. Jan. It. L. John, formerly personal secretary to W. Irving (Hover, Kcconil assistant pOHtma.ster gen- eral In the Hoover administra- tion, told sMinuio Invesllgutors to- duy Unit all Clover's air mat! flics were destroyed In January 1933, mi Glover's order. Shortly after the Investigation started, a postofflce departmeni stenographer told commlltoi ho bad burned some of the offl clal correspondence of formoi I'ostniuster General Waller Brown at tho order of Brown's secretary. John Maid that Glover also ha< destroyed all correspondence tak i'n from Glover's records from to when ho wa third assistant. This was path ered up with tlm later corres pomlonco. he said. He testified that It was cus ternary for copies of Brown's ol ficlal correspondence" to bo sen to Glover's office for filing. Glover's correspondence wa destroyed "In the usual way, John mild. John said that much of th correspondence was of a persona fi rally Kav I .ogan Juskogoo ----------------35.170.52 Oklulioma____________UO.Ofill.US JMIawa______________1S.000.11 Mttsburgh iiiilotor fill in -10.08 'ulsn Where Ten Died as Plane Struck Radio lower VOLUNTEERS TIE UP RELIEF State Officials Awnit Word of Actiun by Washington Authorities OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. Oklahoma direct relief activities were In the hands ot Workman at Cement Plant Kill- ed When Arm Enmeshed In Gear OIL WOBSJJUREO Everett Smith and and J. C. Willis Hurt When Walking Beam Falls
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