Ada Weekly News, January 18, 1934

Ada Weekly News

January 18, 1934

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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 rt tlmn Fillll ISIvrs Up Hunger Strike St. Louts The hunger strike of Eugene F. Everett. 43. form- er army captain, lawyer and tea- cher, who said he would starvi himself lo death unless the gov- ernment aid "something for th< veterans." nus ended. Everett, member of a proml' nent Springfield. Mo., family, ha; returned to the S. veterans hospital here where he starlet' his fast diil-8 aso. and Is be Ing given a liquid diet. Ho los about pounds. Friends said Everett ended hi fast when threatened with cour action to subject him to forclbl feeding. Ion and I'm going lo do It." The legislature reduced the ap- iroprlallons at Murray's request. Former Pontotoc County Family ROSWELL. N. M.. Jan. and Mrs. C. M. Covel ind their flvo children wero kil- cd accidentally by an explosion vhich .Monday wrecked their dug- mt home. 40 miles north of here, i coroner's Jury decided Tuesday. Tho father and flvo of the children, the oldest 18 years old, lied when they were caught In he dug-out by flames. The uother died after she w brought to a Roswcll hospital. Members of the Covcl family irohably will be burled at Llnd- ay, okla., where a brother re- Tho covell family were former residents of Pontotoc county, liavlng resided near Maxwell. They moved to Llttlefleld, Texas, In 1031 and Inter to a ranch near Roswcll. N.M. A daughter. Mrs. Loreno Isaacs, resides near Ccnte.-. Ada, route 3; W. II. Mundy, Ada, brother. and dedicated more than 500 buildings. Tlie funeral will be held at a. m. Friday in Centenary Church here, of which Bishop McMurray was pastor from 1902 to 1000. It Is expected Bishop A. Frank Smith, who presides over the Missouri conference- of the church will conduct the f.er- vlce. Bishop Sam R. Hay, San Antonio and Bishop U. V. W. Darlington. Huntlngton, W. Va.. assisting. Burial will be at Shel- blna, Mo. His widow, formerly Miss Frances Byrd Davis of St. Joseph, Mo., a son, William F. McMur- ray, Jr., Padueah, Ky.. and two daughters, Miss Claudia McCur- ray and Mrs. Frances Blumc, both living at Fayette. Mo. "prancl. township: 1, I, flF lard. Ada. route 3; Clarence JUUUL Ul _ -t tf lllli M present defendant nsain lmv-e Invnded Chinese territory, Chinese authorities In Bulch, Francis. Allen township: Thomas J. Jared, Allen, rfd; A. A. Caldwell, Allen; Burt Curlee, Allen. Fltzhuph township: L. E. Em- erson, Fltzhugh; L. Hewitt, route 1; J. C. Kelso, Roff; Phil; OSAGE COUNTY icbahar province telegraphed McClacklln, Fltzhuch. MUSKOGEE, Jan. Final arguments In tho trial of James w. Decamp and four oth- ers on federal charges of mall fraud In connection with pro motion of a glass casket company got under way; today after the defendants had refused to take the stand. The government al- leges the concern disposed o' moro than In stock. a wel- WASHINGTON, Jan. A little criticism finds come with Senator Billow of South Dakota. "A reasonable number of fleas." he explained today, "Is good for a dog." BEATS JEW, BETS headquarters hero today. One thousand Japanese-Man- cliukuo troops Tuesday afackeil the Chinese garrison near I Men Su pass In the great wall, I according to these dispatches. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 17. j invaders allegedly occu- (.V) Henry H. Wood, n village, claiming [county Judge and former state Belongs to the Japanese-asslst- hlgluvay commissioner, died at gtatu o[ Haiichukuo. hote.l here 'last night after suf- fering a heart attack. mry monetary bill, Rejoicing that It was given urlsdlctlon, tho house coinage committee put aside Its dollar stabilization hearings to polish up the Roosevelt dollar bill. Sen- ator .doubters, meanwhile, had White House word that President Roosevelt obtained an affirmative opinion from Attorney General ZuinmlnKB on the constitutional- ity ot his plan for tho federal ROV- ernment to take over all monetary gold before ho put It Into a remommcndatlon for tho leglslat- tlon. CHICAGO, Jan. Should any of the .American league's playing managers wish to call In pinch batsmen or ru.J- He served on the highway com- FOOCHOW. China, Jan. governmon'. in- misslon In the administration pouring Into Foochow on I Gov. J. B. A. Robertson. Former- ly a law partner of Hugh Junes at Hominy, Wood came to Okla- homa City yesterday In the Iti- tho heels of retreating rebels, set about restoring order today. General Liu Ho-tlng, command- ing tho Gfith division, said his uers for themselves next season, they may do so without being forced to spend the rest of tho game on the bench. They may not return to action on the diamond, hut a rule alter- ation agreed upon by clubowners provides they may assume duties on the couching lines, 1'rcsldeut William Hat-ridge announced to- day. The playing pilots In the league aro Mickey Cochrano of Detroit. Joe Cronln of tho cham- pion Washington Senators, and unless they change their minds Lew Fonsoca of the Chicago White Sox, and Rogers Hornsby of the St. Louis Browns. Thero also fluttered to the cap- Itol from the other end ot Ponn- sylvanla avenuu the nown that the promised request for over 000.000 ot additional recovery program funds for this year will be along goon. Trailing behind a few weeks will be what Mr. Roo- sijvolt has to say on stock ex- change regulation, war debts, traffic reciprocity powers, rail- road and general transportation questions and more government agency consolidation. Out ot tho added money to ba spent between now and Juno the Civil Works Administration will __ be financed. Senate Considers Mquor lull Unmindful of national disputes or tho moment, tho senate took line today for renewed consider- WICHITA, Jan. now dally record for the closing of loans was established yester- day by the federal land bank of Wichita. L. E. Call, president, said 127 loans, totaling were negotiated and the money disbursed to farmers In Colorado, New Mexico and Kansas. Born near Tahlequab, I recuperated. Wood united States sailors, seat worked In a surety bond office to guard American lives at Muskogee before becoming property, returned to the IIJ.S.S. gunboat Tulsa. _______ _w mr_____, M Tough On The Hands Omaha, Neb. Dean Noyes, CWA worker, has replaced Dean Noyes, Omaha city commissioner, lawyer. Burial will be at I'awhuska. His widow and two children sur- vive. Kramlpn Xo Dancer Philadelphia Howard W. BERLIN, Jan. sen- of Jones' campaign WOuld resume the pursuit tenco of seven mouths in jail nomination for us aoon as they had day was given a nnzl trooper named Frledel. convicted of beating Max Schussler, a jew. who formerly lived In New York. York. Schussler's treatment was pro- tested yesterday by Raymond Gelst. United States consul, to the Prussian secret police. Frledel lived In a house owned by Schussler. The latter claimed the trooper beat him brunlly In a quarrel over rent. The sentence, passed by a sum- mary known as a "speed t'.io quickest action achieved by the United States diplomats In IHT- II11 on any case affecting Ameri- can citizens under the nnzl regi- me. Gelst said that In his opinion the sentence could bo regarded as a satisfactory disposal of the Incident. Henderson, a grandfather who Is in tho life of this city. (12 and gray-haired, became In- For 11 years Dean Noyes serv- dlgnant In domestic relations this city as street commls- cotirt. isloner, last May he was dcfeat- "Tho he exclaimed, "the 'and left office a short time Idea of saying that I spend Last Tuesday he Joined time dancing." ithe CWA payroll here as a ce- Ho had been haled Into court-mcnt finisher at 30 hours a week by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mor-'for 90 cents an hour. Henderson, who accused) working hard now and hint of hiding her husband as I'm proud to be. I have to work well as being n gay blade. The to' live." he said, as he gave Judge decided he should contrlb- nrBt aid to his calloused and uto to the support ot the hands. ._ children, ______ i Stlcktiii And Pickup Chicago Some 200 shotguns, pistols, revolvers and daggers used by "stlckup" men and other criminals and seized from them aro going to be turned Into use- ful articles. Instead of dumping them Into Lake Michigan, as Is sometimes done, officials have decided to turn them into picks and shovels tor use by tho CWA. A found- ry was given the task of melting them for conversion Into Imple- ments. Manltowoc. WIs! Joseph ation ot the District bt Columbia Iquor regulation bill. Commit- tee banking and air mall Investi- gations attracted many auditors there; while tho house, busying It- self with the Interior department appropriations, had little out ot tho ordinary to offer. Possibility of a banking committee contest against the coinage committee there for jurisdiction over tho GO- GO-perccnt-gold dollar bill provld-. ed ono long chanco for however. Chairman Smith of the scnato agriculture committee laid plans to Introduce a bill to prohibit gov- ernment cotton crop predictions, which ho Insists do not truly re- flect the crop's condition and which "disturb" tho market. E. E. George, Memphis, Tenn.. armor, told tho senate agrlcul- urc committee ho failed to under- tan d "how any ono could object" o tho Bankhead bill to control he cotton surplus by licensing gins. Southern planters, ho said, 'are planning to Intensify their cotton cultivation this year In an offort to make as much on acres this season as thoy did on last year." .Material for Inflection Congressmen, their Interests bo- ng as varied and full as those ot the many-sided sections electing Komorowsky banked his money In a coffee grinder against tin day when he must meet tho ta? collector. Ho counted his IS months savings and noted tho total was Tho day he planned to visit tho city treaa urer's office ho told police, hi went" to the pantry and found tho coftco grinder empty. thorn, found In de- velopments moro material tor re- flection. Including: Tho PWA continued to allot millions for Job-making construct, ton, setting aside almost 000 for 53 non-federal projects In 23 states. It became apparent that the (Continued on Page 4, Mo. w- ;

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