Ada Weekly News, February 1, 1934

Ada Weekly News

February 01, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - February 1, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXU1 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1934 NUMBER 44 PRI MALLOY DIES EXTEND TIME FDD INDEPENDENCE, Kans., Jan.,    ____ HI .V The Independeoce Star. juisan Was Oil Man and For [bank was robbed of between ll*'.-    .    .    r loOO and $1 1,000 this morning by Time Assistant Attorney four masked men who * "Caped iii ;    General    of U. S. _ __    )a    WJJiajj    i    Ford    V-t»    sedan    which    j    _ President Hale and Hearty,! thpy abandoned on a country road J FL DORADO, Ark., Jan. 31.— -    *    ’    r“------(jp)—Pat Molloy, 49, long a lead- Facet World With Broad Smile HEK PARTIES Benefit Balls For Sanitorium Field Force to Continue Activities, Minimum Average Production Lowered about six miles northeast of here Officers who found the car be- 1  ____ chine waiting for them and chang- ?.istant attorney general of the ed as soon as they were clear of |states during the early town.    j,art    or the present administra- — ^ I tira.1 Five bank pmHloyes: ta u, Aition, was found dead today in his Country Observes Event With hostages, were released on High-    room bprp Hp had died way 75, north ot independence. durjno the night of coronary oc-■ %#    (elusion, a heart ailment. His home was at Tulsa, Okla. He was president of Malloy & Company of Tulsa, which has extensive oil properties in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas. He An extension of the time for writing contracts for cotton acre- 30.— hP deluged birthday WASHINGTON, Jan. President Roosevelt wa today with a mighty greeting from every hector ot t ie country.    . Looking forward to his "ir , . dav party tonight wit ti his ••buddies of 1920" and workers at the White House, the president arranged to ask now ledge his a-“J birthday celebration In a talk • OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. ov^r the air at 10:20 p. rn. Okla-;<jp*—Promising individual boma time.    .    I    dons"    to    delinquent    taxpa: .OOH M\ UMI—    -.....;    Mouoy,    long    a    lean-       --- Officers    who    found the    car    be-    pr -n    thp    pelroleura    industry    in|age reduction    for    this year    nan lev* th*    robbers    had    another    ma-    ,)u. mldcontinent    area and    an as-    been    ordered    by    the admirns •bine walling for them and chant:-    attorney    general    or    the    trators    beading the national cot ton control program. lime tor writing contracts would have expired at midnight Wednesday, January 31, but for the extension. J.    IL Hill,    county agent,    has been    directed    to    keep his    field force intact and will continue to push the cotton program in the county as for the last few days, when many contracts have been filled out and signed, as an order ERI IN DRRX Gondola Strikes Earth With Terrific Force, Killing Occupants BROKE HEIGHTJECORO Radio Report Places Altitude At More Than Twelve Miles ma. Arkansas ana Kansas.    u    tQ    ceage had come here on business l^ ^ting contracts. connection with the company s An important change has been 0 . p.    holdings    in    El    Dorado’s    south Test Suit to Determine \ alidity    where    he    was    one    of    the Of Order May Be Filed In All Counties I early wildcatters. His widow and three children survive. The children are John Francis, a student at Princeton. After Preliminary Ordered Bound to District Court Without Bond BY An important change has been made in the minimum production allowed within the program. Instead of a minimum of IOO pounds or more of lint cotton to the acre a new minimum of 75 pounds per acre average over the dons" to delinquent ta .pa i», jpaye tomorrow and Governor Murray and a group ol    . where fun* •>n__ Francis, a student ai^ i rmeeiuu. pounds per acre average over the Pat Jr.. a student at Notre Dame, j fjve year base period has been es->wr«”t*nd l’aul, 12. The body will tabUshed. '! ianv» tomorrow morning tor ernic will nurnilt n number of This will permit a number of farmers with ‘thinner’ land to share in the program, in which Mail and express trucks ani Governor Murray and a group ot Tulga where funeral services and telegraph wires brought greetings legislators today announced Hans burial ^.in be beld.    snare    in    me    PiuK«a.n, that overtaxed the workers there.    fo go to court for    a test on    t i -,    ^    lawyer    before entering the!the    government pays    cotton farm Telegraph greetings were esti-    Cbief executive’s powers to    wan*'    ^ industry, Mr. Malloy served Iers    for    the taking of    part of their muted ut 150,000. Birthday caid"    iax penalties.    two    terms    as president of the j cotton    land out of cultivation in for the day were calculated to Murray was quoted by the leg-* western Petroleum Refiners As-jcotton. iota! another inO.ouu. Bundles. islalorH as reiterating his    BOCjali0n. and was a charter mem-l carrying all manner or gifts were    against the special    session    ot    t ie. f b()th    thp Midcontinent Oil blacked high in the executive, legislature when the group men    -    --    -    —- *- executive man- office. Birthday cakes    were on    wlth him at thi a!>out every desk.    sion last nigh!. Smiling and touched by the ex- The conference lasted until atli regions Mr. Roosevelt went to t,.r niidniglit, and today Sen. his desk as usual and appeared Loujs Fiscbel, Ardmore, heading in Hie best of health on h!> firstia legislative committee seeking birthday in the White    House.    tax relief, said the    plan-    call    tor £Ugene Constantin, Mr. He was interested particularly    court tests in each    of    the    7*    -    -- ta the and Gas Association and the American Petroleum institute. President Roosevelt appointed I him an assistant attorney general early in his administration and j he resigned a few- months ago. In 1909, with the late Captain Malloy intr,,          —    organized the Constantin Refin- in mf arrangements privately .comites. He said Murray aRr#SG(1iing company in which he held mad# for benefit ball- tonight to t0 jSFUe individual clemency or-Ivarious executive positions and ......“*—” *    '        s”    “'inh    for which he eventually became receiver. In 1925 when it was Total May Run to Neighborhood of Two Million, Now Indicated STANLEY P. RICHARDSON (Associated Press Foreign Staff) MOSCOW, Jan. 31.— LD —All three members of the crew' of the Soviet stratosphere balloon ‘‘Oso aviakhim" were killed between 3:30 p. rn. and 5:00 p. rn. yesterday, several hundred kilomet ers southeast of Moscow, near th* village of Potiskystrog. The disaster was announced officially today by the Soviet civil aviation authorities after 24 hours of unconfirmed reports and rumors while a search went on for tile fliers w'ho yesterday reported they had reached an altitude of 67,585 feet. The official announcement said the crew was killed w'hile attempting to land the great balloon. The balloon bag broke away from tile gondola as it hit the ground in a hard landing. The force of the concussion killed the three occupants of the gondola and destroyed all the scientific instruments aboard. Following the crash the hag tore loose from the gondola and disappeared into the clouds. The official confirmation of the catastrophe came in an announcement to the seventeenth all (From Tue*d«y*» Dally) At tile conclusion of preliminary hearing on murder charges growing out of the recent death of John Echols, farmer living near Franks, Arthur Arnett was bound over to district court wit flout bond bv J. D. Willoughby, justice of the peace. According to testimony at the preliminary hearing this morning, Echols had come to Ada on a bus the day preceding his death, but was returning in a car with Arnett, R. C. Hilton and C. P* Alcorn, neighbors. Trouble arose between Air cit and Echols while the others were fixing a flat near Union Valley. NEW DOLLAR WASHINGTON, Jan. tit.— ;i») — President Roosevelt today revalued the gold dollar at 59.06 lier cent of its Pinner weight. The new dollar will contain 15 5-21 grains off {Old 9-10 fine. In announcing the change the president said beginning tomorrow the treasury will buy any and all gold it a price off $35 per fine I roy ounce. DU RCMT Last Train Over Line Ran Sunday, Service Westward to Be Better (From MoiulaDaily) Finis was written Sunday. January 2 8, to a chapter of the railing a ital    V,._____   .road    history    of Pontotoc county The state charges that a blow when the last train was run over , .    I     :    *    I.    .    A    T    rthifi    h h about the ear delivered with a piece of automobile spring leaf, resulted in a blood • clot that caused Echols' deatu about 3 o'clock the following morning. branch of the New Gasser Almost Within Town With Activity in Bebee and Fitts SMUK* FORMED Fourth Gasser in Fitts Field With No Failures Reported (From Sunday** Dally) With a new gas wrell almost in the shadow of the downtown buildings, with activity equal to or above the average in the Bebee section and with the new' Fitts pool stepping along as a full fledged oil producing territory, interest in oil in this country is growing to a fever heat again. Tile lobby of the Aldridge reminds one of the boom days when oil scouts and oil traders were active in all the fields in the state. Several new families have moved to Ada since the advent of the Graben production, and others are expected to come in as the field show's its magnitude. The Hercules Gas company has a new gasser in section 28-4-6, almost in the city limits, on the C. Many Attend and Enjoy Dancing and Entertainment Features (From Wednesday** Daily) the Ada-Lehigh Santa Fe. Tile 41 miles of track between the two points was abandoned, after an active history extending back to construction by the Oklahoma Central of the line in 1906. It was taken over by the Santa Fe in 1914. Built to serve the coal field which was a busy mining area early in the century, the branch luwov %nw .......     __ line languished when the coal in- , h. Rivers farm. This well is only dustrv declined, until trains w'ere|i353 feot deep but is estimated scarce over the line and the pop- • good for seven million cubic feet ulation served was only 40.000 in'of gas with a rock pressure of three counties.    (305    pounds. Application for permission to; Beaner Moore has a w'ell in sec-abandon tile line, along with the Tjon 25-5-4 in the Simpson Dolo-branch from Byars to Purcell, vras raite, good for from 400 barrels granted upon showing by the rail-jllp The hole is 2635 feet deep. ‘ road that the branch roads hadj The Patsy Oil and^ Gas company " * about the same NEW YORK, Jan. 31—LP>— Far from complete estimates from 47 • states and the District of Columbia be • iven for the Warm Springs. ders for one taxpayer in each fQr which he eventually became Ca foundation fund for the county who, in turn, would go recejver. In 1925 when it was treatment of infantile pa a lysis to COurt in an attempt to compel ^ reorganized, he w'as elected pres- ,    I    acceptance of his past taxes with- jdent and two years later tram- ,8Uira anu wir ujbuiw ut ^w»uu.«.» oul ti,e penally if tile governor's i ferred an or its properties to; today placed the total attendance By FRANCIS M. STEPHENSON ord,.r wen, ignored by the coun-Lhe newly formed Malloy & Com-|at ia8t night’s birthday parties for .    ,,o p tv treasurer.    Ipany.    'the president at more than a mil- W ASHING TON, Jan. ,0    Attorney General J Ber- The Constantin company was lion and the receipts—destined for Even as other liapp> bo>s an i Yin ‘.u)in,r .. eeneraf amnesty one or the pioneers in the Ll the Warm Springs infantile par-men President Roosevelt indol- rv King u „ a g    , Dorado field. With that com- alysis endowment—at about $1,~ “ed Way in a birthday party pioclama ion Iby    th^uc^l“Vr Molloy was credited oOO.OOO. bul on., that    ««'»»««    mmie'anileiMted •»    appeal .with a large part in‘ ‘h* d«ve'op- An A. President Roosevelt's birthday party in Ada was attended by a throng of revelers who crowded the capacity of the Oak Hills meat to tile sevenieeutu an j country club, enjoyed dancing an union congress of the communist.a floor show and heard the pre. -party and was    made public by    the,    dent as his message o 8 foreign    office    three hours    later,    to the country was broadcast. f°E^-witnesses reported hearing T. G. Kelly chairman of ar-two exDlosions when the gondola1 rangements, today said that as bit the '-round    indicating    theisoon as details have been cleared    At    1Jyars lIie uranc.,    nu- mi nj t have landed with I up    Ada expects to send a check ,    Ada    wost connects with    the    main balloon must haxe landed witn up^    ^    ^    springs«freiuht linP of the Santa Fe run- terrific    torce.    Foundation, to which proceeds    ninu    northeastward    across    the Bodies Recovered    from 6000 balls and parties    over    state,    and    there    service    from    Ada The bodies of    all three    men ,    natlon are to go, to aid in the    has    a qu|Ck connection    with    the were found in the    shattered    gon-,t    t pnt of boneless victims of I u v* vnttv v»    |    £ become an expensive burden to has a wpH for _____ operating costs.    I    amount of oil in section 25-5-n, at Under the new arrangement, j 2641 feet> local Santa Fe officials stated to-, gchooner Brothers No. I Stand-day, service into and out of Ada rW formerly the Bray lyell. is should be improved by tile aban-. drminp alread at 2664 feet with donment of the two branch lines., gome Qil and water It jn sect-The service will be practically the .    *>5.5.4 same. At Byars the branch line from Krd today in a birthday party proclamation by Cox.    Mr. Molloy wa credited <,00.000.    U’V® f°n’"e nf the bodiesTas^I treatment of hopeless victims of but one that .welled into Mien void. sen. Mac In1 *aid .    • with a large part in the develop- An Associated Press survey, re-1 dola. One of the^wa.    infantile paralysis, national proportions as have few mittee anticipate, an < I 11 .    »    f oil interests in this sect-lvised late this afternoon, showed scribed in the offtc^lI an    A    picture    of    the    president, Aim liar oCcasions.    from on‘‘ of lh<‘ I'*/ Knox1 ion    !a tota1’ with estimates missin“ m.ent as mutllated beyond reco. f]anked with flagSf looked on at Mole iSian 75,000 birthday to the state supreme con L K I    company still bas produc-|fr0m several balls, of $999,828. mtion.    ^    the country club here as the ball greeting cards ^^j^^u/a'nS who alWadvTai Hied‘a test suii'.ing properties, in the south field The attendance reported was V tiie Wliite House. With mail ana    -     .    I'here.    .    .    .    038,(UU.    ,    _____ telegram, arr,vin, VthTba*ke, under the    legal    career    furnished load nresldentlai aides estimated proclamation, w !ha/hp ,n.iv at least one extraordinary pre-he number »omd total i«i..00u.!.|«tal '‘Pard“n “ ‘^l    “n[cedent for «T,e history of juris- ' Mr. .looserel. had arranged tor amend hts ,*UUD. ..the mited States. his own party. It will, as usual, cany u   ,    ______ be with his “buddies ’ of tnt jt*20 vice presidential campaign and members v>f his personal ion 25-5-4. Fitts Fool Delaney No. I Dawes Harden in the Fitts pool completing a gas well at 1260 feet. The test on the size of the gas flow' has not been sun*-,    .........-.....—    i    made. This is the fourth gasser lias a quick connection with tile; the field. main passenger line running    js reported that Delaney has -    * I! J Al X’- -I 4 « .3    aa. no estimates of their own. I mted NI ates.    (Copvright    by The Associated Press) In 1913, at the age of 28,    new    YORK, Jan* 31.—LV>— I convicted a Mrs. Laura    Figures    from 41 states and tile f\i I L    on a murd^r charge while ®eiT"    District    of Columbia showed to- Oklahoma Angles,,    ,    pedal    prosecutor    ......... ------- ^    ^    I    lilt* t-uuilll J A special commission    was    dis- ;progressed. »8,<uu.    patched from the capital    to    in- j The celebrants, in cheerful    anm- Offieials of the national com- j vestigate the disaster.    Iversary mood, constituted    per mittee in New* York would make immediately upon receiving the haps the largest group ever to as- I announcement, the communist ‘ sembie at the country club, congress rose in a silent tribute, Mayor t. J. Chambless takes . to the flight victims and passed tMs means of expressing his per-a resolution that they be buried : sonai appreciation for the w’ork of iii Red Square, the burial place individuals who prepared the de-of the nation’s heroes.    I tails for the ball and the    floor The actual point of the crash show' which featured the enter- A ♦ Wa chin aion i    mtaSrX£    l“7he’    Warm'sprlngs'roa.v    Foun-    U 155 “““0“"‘^g0lU«7|tai‘5?’The chairmen of committees At VV asnmgion json. declare ll »aa a m'*ca , dation tor sufferers from infantile tow in .    Katoshklno    and their assistant, to Mrs. Mick- ;:^„ieT,Ch^ “hypnotised the I Paralysis was a social and Anan- to    I«• Moscow. MfBrld. and Miss Dubie Lee ip* torney had hypnoid    I    elal    success.    .    «,,rnail    | Dean for their preparation of the ' floor show, and to all others who in any w'ay contributed to the success of the president’s balk the resulting funds for the W arm Springs Foundation and the pleasure of those who attended the birthday ball. The floor show was a highly through Pauls Valley'. The branch line here has been under tile management of the A. T. & S. F. railroad, w'ith headquarters at Topeka, Kan., but ef acidized the No. I Andrew Harden at a depth of 3660 to 3962 feet in the Hunton lime. It flowed 200 barrels natural. A rig is under construction on llesvitle, Okla., and subsequently heard the trial judge, Henry Hud- day that the nation's “birthday party’’ to President Roosevelt an staff. For days “the gang" of 19201 has been planning for the yearly j partv, bul Mr. Roosevelt was in-,    --- formed by the tai rem of ..reel- WASHINGTON, Jan. SO.—<.P>    “effnr!'    was    made    by    head-!    Kazan    railroad inRs thai the rest of the count ■ Frank Bultram, Oklahoma direct- J    president    E.    A.    Demo.1    No    elfort    "a    ‘ was participating, oo. and he af- -    -    -*    1 ranged to send a word of a1 thanks over the air ton 10:20 central standard time In the intimacy of the Whit) count • Fran Buttram# Oklahoma direct-    prPSident E. A. Demc    e    brin    J in reDorts d he ar- or for the national •*««««»!    OkUmoM Bar A SSO- j ^^^''ITnsof thoLsandTof “SSS »■»", S» »js%22 saa r.r?a «b ITfO Bi MONTREAL, Jan. 31. Normal conditions gradually re quarters ai lopesa, r\em., uut w ^ ..r, ... ------- -------—--- - feet ive February I it will be un-The Norris farm in section 18-2-i. der    management    of    the    Gulf,    George Manahan will drill the Colorado    and    Santa Fe    with    gen-    well. erat offices at Galveston. Texas. Botcher Oil and Gas company has a rig in section 27-2- <. Drilling has not yet started, j YVestheimer & Daube. Ardmore, : have a block of acreage east of i Stonewall, about 2.000 acres in I Hie block. This includes sections 7, 8, 17, 18, 19 and 20-2-8. Lo-! cation has not yet been an-Inouneed. . T r» . .    j    It    is reported that the Choc- Elmer Inman in r ontotoc voun-1 ^aw and Gas company will resume drilling in section 1-1-7, neare Jesse, next week. ty Jail on Charge of Burglary CU J i 441*114.    ‘       ,    ta    .    i|V)    44t MV    .ac, .— i f errant* un- a speech before Hie America    which    wrere    incomplete and in Th* men he knows as - J ..r;- have r°vZT\nm^to bear its Association in Ann Arbor. M*«h~ I,    unofficially    estimated. •Mac”, and “Steve wo wti til the sta    - harden    Ilast fal1*    t    it    of    (showed    737,067    persons contn- with him in the campaign ot (    fair share of t• i    He had been    much 8<>“Kh‘    “Ti    tutted    a total of $839,568 at the 1920 and who ase now Iii- , Buttram, w •    .. d ‘ wash- ter for >'ears t0 presen!,    \r,    several    hundred    celebrations re- _ “    ,„.lU    \i    Howe    Marvin    other states, was called to \\asn    independent    oil    men    in    several H Me* ut v re a od * stepl! ■ ti    Barit    in*,on by the white    House for a    ^'“^^1    ft'ht a.uains,    the Ported. —hid plenty OI Plans of    their    Reneral dlacUMion of the    admin    'maiorPcompaDie.. OW „ for , he family parte    “SMTSEho- CW A ad-1     * They    were toined    bv tnost men i , f J .    ,    •,    Dc i in »    j    mlnintrator.    also    is Here.    n* who knew and -Toy. ted    j    conf(,rred yMterday    with    Aubrey former assman, serreui > c• . Williams, assistant to Hopkins. r ini^or1 vfl -kirn; »    iZttSA    1934    The    32d    American    pres ingtoti; Charles Met an i), ut A (From Tuwday'* Dally)    ( Elmer Inman, released Monday without bond by federal authorities after he pleaded not guilty in Oklahoma City to a charge of har- .    _    iBuwhdiu. ---—    -    itorins Wilbur Underhill, .slain Normal conditions gradua > dpsperado, today was in the Bon turned to the sn0¥[,)OU"d    ’Dean School of Dance. Mrs. Mc-|t0J c colinty jail. pedia valley today after the worst R -d mistress of ceremonies    . *    .    charged    her i successful feature of the evening. ------ - - -    . 0c I Bride as mistress of ceremonies storm in eastern Canadia in J I jntroduced each feature of tile en-years had blocked the main line: tertainment with original rhymes of the Canadian National rail- rltten by Marjorie Norris Hay- NILL ROGERS HIS FUN IT CHRS’ PARTI WASHINGTON, Jan. 30—LF)— Take it from Will Rogers, the 111 it I« » X    *  - F.D.R. Birthdays P°rted*    ,. _ Philadelphia, with more than 10,000 at one ball topped the ways between Riviere Du Loup, Que., and Campbellton, N. S., for more than 24 hours and marooned 400 passengers. The first break in the traffic IO OOO at one nan iuPi»cu v i tie inst    m    ^ ^  ------ list for that form of entertain-j lie up came last night when two ment in first reports. At Birm- Pastbound trains nosed their in -ham, Ala., 8,000 participated way into Campbellton through in a parade.    I    deep snowdrifts. Both were hour. Throughout the president s latp but passengers were overhome state couples danced and joyed at their release from ti Thomas M. Lynch, of N< w bain, York; and James Sullivan, Boston. Rallies Elsewhere in the states    ‘p    jdent.    52    years    old    today.    Inlaved    cards,    52    communities of hard-packed snow. Over the old , w (Tiles said a )M-1 works and be    1933—Busy    formulating Plansj>jew york City reporting attend- Trans-Continental line through cd emuloyed n^1    for    after    inauguration.    \(th    receipts    of    $43^ Brunswick two other trains hoped to pro *    ?2—In    sec0nd term as New    wnrrv    maior    parties    in    New    being    rerouted. written by Marjorie Norris Hav-ner. The program follows: “Hand Me Down My Walking Cane” and “St. Louis Blues," the Ada Trio, Wilma Bryant Neone Sloan and Mama Bois Graham. “Dinah,” tap dance — Wesley T ^cities “After Sundown” and “Don’t You Remember Me” — Bufford Howard. Mardi Gras-exhibition waltz-fan joyed at their release aum    Mardi    uras-exniouiun vtaii/.-ia, hard-packed snow. Over the old t dance by Dubie Lee Dean; Max linp through Mooforsnn Wilma Ttrvant. Ne ,    *    nnn    York’s    governor,    conferring ! A bill lo appropriate *-5.0011 Aork^t    ^    campa,gn    for The hundreds of outsid*- birm- lo cohmtut| 0,1 Jdfice at Paw- democratic nomination. day    S o* l it ^ Th29 -Starting out in gover- S, Se    !e^ J, represt.ntative Diane, |norablp. and brought a very personal ap-    U    U jieal to him. A word front Henry; L. Doherty, of New Yorl:, t hat j birthday balls are being held tonight in all corners of the country for the benefit of tho infantile paralysis victims at Hie War® Springs, Georgia, foundation, drew a quick response at the White House. 4927 practicing law, slated to I pm Alfred E. Smith’s name be-' fore democratic convention a second time in June. 4 92 4 _ Slated to christen Ai I INR ATO FOH i t-buVnt Mad.ry,J»areriGardean LlllLu nUlXLU I UILconvention that spring. I 1922 Bedfast with infantile c were being rerouted. Hastily recruited army of railway workers was using every means at its command to clear the tracks that other traffic might push through the storm area. ILEEN OIL FILLO Herbert Halsey. Allen oil field worker, was lushed to Ada late Thursday following painful injuries sustained w hile work in.— in the Allen oil field with a tractor. Halsey is said to have fallen from the tractor and to have h**en run over by the heavy machine. Although be was severely bruised and suffer' d a back injury, officials of the Sugg C linic. where he was brought tor treatment. say he wilt recover. —   ♦   - -- Preniier Hermann Goerlng bas become master of the hunt in Prussia, probably because of h^ brilliant success as a hunter of communists and Jews. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan.    I    paralysis (-1»9 ^pces'hon of more than iou families in a 21-mile square area threatened Roger Mills county to- Representalives of 119 families, in a petition to Governor Murray, ashed that their area, in the southwestern part of Roger Mills county because of the comparative accessibility of Beckham towns. ^ ,4f- wvr, ^ There is no good road to Choy-    as<;jstant secretary of the navy, enne, Roger Mills county seat, the|    1911„Serving first term as 4904—Vacationing from rigors of campaign for vice presidency on ticket with Cox of Ohio that lost to Harding-Coolidge. 4920—Assistant secretary or the navy.    _ 4919 in France superintend- in status. 4947—Beginning second term I Cl llV XT ti * »v U V      .    .    Vt *218. Forty major parties in New York City attracted an estimated 30,000 persons. Gifts swelled the totals in some cities and iii Washington eleven tables at one hotel went toi . OOO each to boost the capital. miitribution. Inasmuch as only i     —    |||A « duo HR. I FLOWS swelled considerably.    ----- The six Newr England states resorted 96 celebrations atended by 90,200 persons. Estimated con-tributions were JGT.300. Texas, home state of Vice I re. idem Garner estimated a turnout of approximately 66.000 wit receipts estimated $n«>,    • only one state. Kentucky. In uniy wuw  ---*    _    .    .    . was there an estimated net iota e n»vy.    ,    i    Several    cities,    however,    -ave    WU I ft 19—In France superintend- ^''*f    ,    amount    the    founda- g return of the fleet to peace) matea^ot (From Tueiiday** Dally) . Opened Monday after bein acidized to increase the flow or front mu was ueut-cicu    s..x oil from tim Hunton limo, th© j'wound it inflictod was said today J. Harden No. I well responded tQ bp not dangerous. The attempt at suicide occurred at a local cafe. petition said. State Senator Ed Reed, of Elk City, said Gov. Murray is empowered to submit the issue at a special election. The governor did not comment. He Feels O. K. Greenfield, Iud. — The needle Ivorv Duffenbaugh sucked into bis lung 33 years aao made its way through several or his vital organs and then caused a swell- a..u •»»-•    ..    Y    home, irs. m.«n» lug O. K.    I    Roosevelt New York state senator.^ 4905 — Studying at Columbia law school, courting Miss Anna Eleanor Roosevelt with marriage less than two months away. 49Q4—x freshman at Harvard University.    .    . 4395—Instructed by private tutors, anticipating European VlS|882—A son is born to Mr. and Mrs. James Roosevelt at OKEMAH, Okla., Jan- 2 ‘ —Delegates to the fourth democratic convention to da 3 adopted a resolution endorsing J. B. Moore of Ardmore, the administration choice, for state^cIiair-man. Richard Elam of Wewoka was re-elected district chairman, Mrs. Florence Pigg    Shawnee ine Masterson, W’ilma Bryant, Neone Sloan. Margaretta German, Willa Mae Farmer. Henry Grant, Bufford Howard. Marshall Grant, Bob Fahrney, Able Johnson. SUICIDE ITTLNIPT FAILS BF INTENT Fenton Herron was treated at the Ada hospital early Tuesday night for a bullet w'ound which he admitted was self-inflicted. The bullet, from a .32 calibre, entered Herron’s body from the front but was deflected and the OC COliniy jail.    lilKK ii ii urn in    tux- Inman has been charged here j elaborate dinner staged by the with second    degree burglary    in    man be    calls “Cactus Jack" Gar- COnnectiSn    with    the robbery    early    rier and    his wife for Mr. and Mrs.  vxf tho o'ifA in the Mc- Franklin D. Roosevelt “sure was a fine party." Wrhy, said Rogers, speaking loud enough for Senator McNary of Oregon and Representative Snell of New York to hear him, “there w'as just enough republicans there for disturbance purposes.’’ He added that for his part of    the dinner he had lambasted    everybody, but no one seemed to mind. Tile    vice president and Mrs. Garner had the honor of being the first to entertain the president and Mrs. Roosevelt at dinner this season, and as proof of their social success the party lasted until nearly midnight. Staged on the glassed-in roof of one of Washington's smartest hotels. with the interior warmth accentuated by the coldest weather • here in years, tile party was lent OKI \HOMA CITY. Jan. 30—imore brilliance by celebrities and (St In computing the rate of la caviar-down-the list menu. lew for the 1932-33 fiscal year,! Rogers, who flew here with his in December of the safe in the Mc Swain theatre. He was brought to Ada Monday night bv Sheriff Clyde Kaiser. Sterling Jones, of Sallisaw', wanted here on two forgery charges, is back in the jail at Sulphur’ from which be made a successful escape recently, and where he is said to have ten charges against him. Pontotoc county officers helped lay the trap that resulted in his capture after the escape and expect to arraign him on the charges here within a few* days. COURT GIS ROLL FOR FUG TIK by flowing at a rate as yet undetermined accurately but ^mated in the neighborhood of I UU barrels a^day. This was the second oil producer' of the John Fitts field in south Pontotoc county, and the cause of increased activity and interest in that gas-oil area. U is owned by W. A. Delaney and others.    . Delaney and associates have almost completed the Dawes Harden well at 1,260 feet for a gasser, the fourth in the field, and expect soon to gauge the production of gas, already known to be strong Herron this morning stated that the act was an impulsive one culminating months of disappointment in efforts to secure employment. Two burglars in New York, re- Mrs. Florence Bigg or Busway cently. mad<| a Xl^f^^f^germs was named vice chairman and I r0r and stole a bottu or g Mrs. Helen Lucas of Holdenville J worth $10,000. |secretary. WILCOX CONTESTS COMMISSION OHDE It OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan 30- [jP) Oral arguments were heard by the supreme court today on application of the Wilcox Oil and Gas company for a writ ot prohibition to prevent the corporation commission from requiring reports on oil production for periods prior to enactment of the new prorat-ion |flw. The suit attacks validity of the commission’s order, contending the old law was inoperative. IP V J I OI lilt- A    *    *    *    « the net amount of uncollected taxes for the 1931-32 year may be included, but the levies not collected for 1930-31 may not be considered. the supreme court held today. It further ruled that the net amount of uncollected taxes for 1930-31 could not be used in computing the balance on band June 30, 1932 for the purpose of determining the 1932-33 levy. The decision reversed that or the court of tax review's in the Sinclair-Prairie Oil company s protest against a Pottawatomie county levy. Nimrod Truro, Nova Scotia — George Cavanaugh went seal hunting in his own back yard and broug back a big victim which he said was killed with a club. His hack yard is marshy, not la from the sea. The Pelt n adorns the office wall of tne hockey arena here. wife from California just to attend, even had a joke on himself. He w'as the only one not wearing “white tie and tails." The president jerked him by the coat tails, he said, and asked hip where were his clothes. Rogers replied he wasn’t on the program and “for once in my life I didn t bring my banjo.’’ But he did give one of his monologues, poking fun at “all of ’em.” The entertainment star of the evening, he said, was a man he remembered as Dunninger, a magician or something.” “Why, that guy was good enough to read a senatorial mind.” he added. _ Rogers said Lewis Douglas, director of the budget and one of the guests, was called on to add a column of figures, but “he couldn't do it, because there wasn’t but 16 and he never had so few' making up the budget. Greater returns for the amount invested — News Classified Ads. ;