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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ROOSEVELT 51 President Hale and Hearty World With Broad Smile NUMEfflsTftRTIES Country Observes Event With Benefit Balls For Sani- tarium INDEPENDENCE. Independence bank was robbed of between 000 and Jl 1.000 Jhls morning by four masUed men who escaped In a small (Ford V-81 sedan which they abandoned on a country road about six miles northeast of here. Officers who found tlie car be- lieve the robbers bad another ma bine waiting for them and cbnng- j Hlstanl il as coon as they were clear or own. i-'ive bank employes, taken as lOKtagi'S. were released on Hlgh- vay 75, north of Independence. 'ADA. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i EXTEND TIE FOR com Tulsnn Was Oil Man For WASHINGTON. Jan. President Hnosevell was today with a mighty greeting from every hector of th. 'Tooking forward to birth day party tonight with his I'll 1 dies of 1920" and workers at th White House, the ranged to asknowledgo. bin birthday celebration In a over the air at p. m. Okla bouia tl...... Mall and express trucks delngei blrthdin a r G2III tal Time Assistant Attorney General oE U. S. EL DORADO. Ark.. Jan. Molloy, 49, long a lead- er In the petroleum Industry in the mldcontlnent area and an as- attorney general ot thc States during the early part of the present administra- tion, was found dead today In his Field Force to Continue Activi- ties, Minimum Average Production Lowered An extension of the time for writing contracts for cotton acre age reduction for this year has been ordered by the admlnls trators heading the national cot ton control program. Time fo writing contracts would have ex plred at midnight hotel room here. He had diet! during the night of coronary oc- clusion, a heart ailment. His I home was at Tulsa, Okla. He was president of Malloy Company of Tulsa, which has ex- tensive oil properties in Oklaho- ma, Arkansas and Kansas. He had come here on business in connection with the company s Of Order May Be Filed In All Counties south of the Test Suit to Determine Validity, wllnre was one early wildcatters. His widow and three children survive. The children are John Francis, a student at Princeton. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. Jr a at Notre Dame, I'romlxlni; Individual 12. The body wilt ons" 10 delinquent taxpayers. I p tomnrrow mornliiK Tulsa where funeral services nnd entering the January 31. but for the extensloi J. II. Hill, county agent, ha been directed to keep his flel force Intact and will continue t push the cotton program In th county as for the last few day when many contracts have bee filled out and signed, as an ord. may come at any time to ceas writing contracts. An Important change has be. made In the minimum productlo allowed within the program. Instead of n minimum of K pounds or more of lint cotton the acre a new minimum ot pounds per acre average over t five year base period has been i tahilshed. This will permit a number 'thinner' program. his special siv.slon of me IHO.OliO. llunUie'-jlHlators as firrvlui: nil manner of gifts were th. carryim, leKlsliitun- when th- group met were on him at th.' ,le.Bk. 'xlon last night. hid executive man- about every SmlllnK an touched by The conference l Mr lioonevelt an U il "h uV usual and appeared .u S his first U lasted until af- and today comml'te: seel said the plan-, call tests In each of tin for Malloy served unt of the lleflners As- cotton, sociailoii. and was a charter mem- ber of both the Midcontlnent Oil and Gas Association and tho Am- erican Petroleum Institute. President Roosevelt appointed him an assistant attorney gener- al early in his administration and farmers with share In the the government pays cotton far land In will KIT HELD ers for the taking of part of their cotton land out of cultivation In Gondola Strikes Earth With Terrific Force, Killing Occupants BROKE HElf RECORD Radio Report Places Altitude At More Than Twelve Miles UY STANLEY P. RICHARDSON (Aiintiateil I'rni Fortlcn Stiff) MOSCOW, Jan. hrei! members of the crew ot th Soviet stratosphere balloon "Oso avlakhlm" were killed bctwce P. m. and P. m. yes terday, several hundred kllomet >rs southeast of Moscow, near th village of Potlskystrog. The disaster was announce) officially today by tho Sovle civil aviation authorities after 2 hours ot unconfirmed reports am rumors while a search went n for the lllers who yesterday r ported they had reached an alt tilde of G7.585 feet. The official announcement sa crew was killed while i prensl hlit d...... In tin- best of health on _ VilrtltilflV 111 IIOUHu. I tHX _ II W-.H Interested particularly ;court In each of the the Constantln Refln in he arrangements privately He said Murray agreed j, company In no ln..... "a-Vli balls tonight toito individual clemency or- exccutlve positions and bj Aven Warm Springs, [ders for taxpayer In for whlch ,1C CVPntual y becamo fo ndatlon fund for county who. In turn, would In 1925 when t was foundation paralysis courl an attempt to compel.rcol-Kanlzed. he was elected pros- lacceplaure of his past taxes two years later trans- 'out the penalty If tlie governors! KRANCIS M. STKl'HKNSON wen, by the couu- .id tv trt'iisurcr. WASHINGTON Jan. ,u.r. Ga.. treatment victims. of Infantile he resigned a few months asp. In 1909. with tho late Captain Eugene Constantln, Mr. organized the Constantln l.lellL illlu ferrctl all of Its properties to the newly formed Malloy Com- PaTh'e Conatantln company was one of the pioneers lu the U Dorado field. With that corn- After Preliminary Ordered Bound to District Court Without Bond iPrnm nnlljr) At the conclusion of prelim nary hearing on murder charge rowing out of the re-.ent deatl f John Echols. farmer llvlnf, ear Franks, Arthur Arne.tt wa ound over to district court %vlMi ut bond by J. D. ustlce of the peace. According to testimony at trellmlnary hearing this Schols had come to Ada on )US the day preceding his deatl but was returning In c.ir wit R. C. Hilton nnd C. I neighbors. Trouble arose between At and Echols while the others wer fixing a flat near Union Valle The state charges that a bio about the ear delivered vlth u piece ot automobile spring leaf, resulted In a blood-clot that caused Echols' death about o'clock the following morning. DOI.I-AU WASHINGTON, inn. Itooscvelt to- dny revalued tho Bolil tlollnr nt .lll.OO cent of Its form- er weight. new ilollwr will contain 13 .1-21 grnlnH of sold line. In nnnounclnK tho change tla> president KHlil beginning tomorrow the tnw- nry will buy any ami all cold n iirlce of flnc Tro> imuce. _, Last Train Over Line Ran Sun day. Service Westward to Be Better (tVum Ilntlj) Finis was written Sunday. Jat tiary 28. to a chapter of the ral road history of 1'ontotoc count when the last train was run ove the Ada-Lehlgh branch of tl Santa The -II miles of track bet woe the two points was abandoiie after an active history extendli USEET BULL to land the great bal emptln oon. Thc balloon bag broke away credited Roosevelt In.llll fllmllnr to the slate supreme court. Total May Run to Neighbor- hood of Two Million, Now Indicated NEW YORK. Jan. l.Ti Far from complete estimates from states and the District of Columbli today placed the total attendance at last night's birthday parties for the president at more than a mil- lion and the receipts destined for the Warm Springs Infantile par- alysis endowment at about 000.000. An Associated Press survey from the gondola as It hit tho Around In a bard landing. The force of the concussion killed tlie three occupants of the gondola and destroyed all the scientific Instruments aboard. Following the crash the bag tore loose from the gondola ami disappeared Into the clouds. The official confirmation of tno E Many Attend and Enjoy Dane- ing and Entertainment Features New Gasser Almost Within Town With Activity in Bebee and Fills STONEWALLBSK FORMED Fourth Gasser in Fitte Reid With No Reported (From sumlny'n With a new gas well almost in tho shadow ot tho downtown buildings, with activity equal to or above the average In the nebee section and with the new Fltts pool stepping alone as a full fledged oil produclnR territory. Interest In oil In this country Is crowing to a fever heal again.. The lobby ot the Aldrldpe re- minds one of tho boom days when oil scouts and oil traders were act- ive In nil tho fields In the state. hack to construction by tho Okl homa Central of the line In 190 It was taken over by the San In 1314. Ilullt to serve thc coal field which was a busy mining area early In the century, the branch llne'langulshed when the coal In- dustry declined, until trains were scarce over the lino and the pop Several new families have moved to Ada since tho advent ot .tho Graben production, nnd others are. expected to come In as the Held shows Its magnitude. The Hercules Gas company has a new gnssor In section 28-4-6, al- most In tho city limits, on tho C. H. Rivers farm. This well Is only- feet deep but Is ostlmaled good for seven million cubic feet ulatlon served was only 40.000 In of gas -with a rock pressure of (Kriim DnllJ-) President Roosevelt's birthday party In Ada was attended by a throng of revelers who crowded three counties. Application for permission to ibandon the line, along with the irnnch from Rynrs to Purcell. wns granted upon showing by the rall- Moro than greeting cards the White House, 7 birthday descended mall tin- upoiiiGarvln. Duncan, slate ml'.who already has filed a under the governors emuoVT company still has produc- teVt 'nil ing properties, in thc south field congress of tlio communist party and was made public by tno foreign office three hours later. Eyo-wltncsses reported hearing to the country wns broadcast. T G. Kelly, chairman ot ar rangements, today _ said that-a" cleared llimiaiiiin t_ _____tit tn a check Springs proceeds vised late this afternoon a total, with from several and members of P-.-rso days "tbe gang" of has been planning for the yearl> party, but Mr. KOOM-V-H formed by Oklahoma Angles At Washington re- sliowed estimates missing balls, of The attendance reported was 038.700. Officials of the national com- mittee In New York would make no estimates of their own. (Cop.tlBhl, UJirby The NEW YORK, Jan. hit the ground, balloon must have landed with terrific force. Itodles Recovered The bodies of all threo men were found In the shattered gon- dola One of the bodies was de- scribed In the official announce- ment as mutilated beyond recog- nition. Ing as special prosecutor at nnrt- esvlllc. Okla.. and subsequently hnard the trial judge. Henry Hud- e son. declare It was a miscarriage of justice because the young at- had "hypnotized tla up Ada expects for to the Foundation, to to send Warm which from fiOOO balls and parties over tho nation are to go, to aid In the treatment of hopeless victims ot Infanltle paralysis. A picture of the president, flanked with flags, looked on a .the country club here as the ball iprogressed. road that the branch roads had lecome an expensive burden to operating costs. I'nder the new arrangement, local Santa Fo officials stated to- day, service Into and out ot Ada should be Improved by the aban- donment of the two branch lines. The service will bo practically tho same. At llyars tho branch line from Ada west connects with the main freight line of the Santa ruli- ng northeastward across tho ate, and there service from Ada in- Tho celebrants, in cheerful annl Iversary mood, constituted per today Us candles for the sain president bus had old relief money Into Oklahoma. Hopkins recently fec- sys- federal police lo displace and state forces, in the American Ann Arbor. Mich.. much sought af- present the cases lent oil men tn light against the Figures from 41 states and th. District of Columbia showed to- day that the nation's "birthday party" to President Roosevelt an to the Warm Springs (Ga.) Foun- dation for sufferers from Infantile paralysis was a social and finan- cial success. No effort was made by hcaii- uarters here to bring In reports om the tens ot thousands of ties and villages where balls nd parties were held last night, ut The Associated Press, through s bureaus In every state, satli- rcd available figures which ln- Icate that the total receipts will robably reach and uiybt? inoru. The first figures were Incomplete and In cases unofficially estimated OB7 persons contrl- total of at tilt A special commission was dis- patched from the capital to vestlsate the disaster. Immediately upon receiving the ,lap8 thc largest group ever to ns- announcemenl, Iho communlsl' Hcmnic al the country club. ress rose. In a silent tribute. .Mayor T. j. chambless takes the night victims and passed means of expressing his per- resolu on that they lie burled appreciation for the work of Red Square, the burial place individuals who prepared ot the nation's heroes. tails The actual point of the crasli Is 135 miles southeast of Mos- __. as a quick connection with the the lain passenger line running irough Pauls Valley. The branch line here has been ndor the management of the A. S. F. railroad, with head iiarters at Topeka. Kan., but ef- 'February 1 It will bt 'lin- anagement of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe with gen- rnl offices at Galveston, Texas. coii to floor enter cow In the Mordoffsky region anC five miles from the Katosliklno railroad station on tho Moscow- Kazan railroad. lost bowed uted a plenty of plans d own for the- family party. They were joined by who knew and "covered" former assistant secretary of .In navy and vice Presidential norn-, Simpson, of Mtlun Ington; Charles McCarthy, of A- bany; Thomas M. Lynch, of M works and York; and James .-.ullli.in. ItOhtOll. I Ml lie- birth men the Istratlon's program. Carl Giles, Oklahoma A ad- ministrator, also Is here He conferred yesterday with Aiibre> Williams, assistant to Hopkins, to avoid a threatened cut In the state'H quota of workers Giles said about 102.000 now are 'orks and he hoped to prevent a reduction. F.D.R. Birthdays The hundreds of ni day parties, rnmbln move n f national caught the ear of Mr. Ko.isevrli and brought a very personal peal lo him. A word from Honi> 1. Doherty. of New I hat birthday balls are being hold to- night In all corners of the coun- try for the benefit of the Infan- tile paralysis victims at the Warm Springs. Georgia. foundation. drew a quick res.....iso ut I hi' White House. A bill to appropriate for construction of a and postoflice _ The American pres Idenl 52 years old today IJusy formulating plan be fo nt ALLEN OIL FIELD LINE55KED FOft for after Inauguration. second term as York's governor, conferring federal twoon times on campaign lemocratlc nomination. 1-9o0_startin.: out In law. slated t put Alfred E. Smith's name b fore democratic convention a se otid time In June. 1024 __ Slated to christen Smllli "the happy warrior" everal hundred celebrations re "phiVadclphla. with more than 0.000 at ono ball topped the ist for thai form of entertain nent in llrst reports. At ngham, Ala.. n a parade. Throughout thc lomo state couples played cards. Ulrni participate president' danced am 52 communities o HlLTEi STORMS MONTREAL. Jan. OT Normal conditions gradually re- urned to the snowbound Mata- icdla valley today after the worst storm In eastern Canadla In had blocked the main line for the ball and the show which featured the talnmcnt. i, O tilt! and their assistant, to Mrs. Mick oy Mcflrlde and Miss Duble I.e Dean for their preparation of t i floor show, and lo all others wh In any way contributed to th success of the president's ball, ill rcsulllng funds for. the Wan Springs Foundation and the picas ure of those who atlended birthday ball. The floor show was a hlghl successful feature of the evening H was presented by the Dublc I-i Dean School ot Dance. Mrs. M IJrlde as mistress of ceremonies years of the Canadian National ways between Riviere Dn One and Campbellton. rail- Lnilp, N. S.. for 305 pounds. Denner Moore has n well In sec- tion 25-5-4 In tho Simpson Dolo- mite. good for from 400 barrels up. Tho hole Is feet The Patsy Oil and, Gas company has a well for about tho same amount of oil In section 2G-5-n. nt feet. Schooner Brothers No. 1 Stand- ridge. formerly the Rray Is drilling nhead at foot -with some oil and water. It Is In sect-' Ion 25-5-4. Flits Pool Delnney No. 1 Dawcs Harden In the Fltts pool completing a gas well at 1200 feet. The test on the size of tho gas flow has not been made. This Is tho fourth field. It Is reported that Dclanoy has acidized the No. 1 Andrew Hard- en nt a depth Of 3CBO to 3D62 foot In the Hunton lime. It flowed 200 barrels natural. A rig IB under construction on Elmer Inmnn in Pontotoc Coun- ty Jnil on Charge of Burglary (From Elmer Innian, released Mondn> without bond by federal authori- ties after he pleaded not guilty Ir Oklahoma City to a charge of bar boring Wilbur Underbill, .shall desperado, today was In tno Pon totoc county Jail. Inman has been charged hert the Norrls farm In section 18-2-7. George Manahnn will drill the well. noelchcr Oil nnd Gas company has a rig In section 27-2-7. Drill- Ing has not yet started. Westholmer Daubo. Ardmoro. invo a block of acreage oast ot Stonewall, about 2.000 acres In lie block. This Includes sections 7. 8. 17. 18. 19 and 20-2-8. Lo- cation has not yet been an- lounccd. It Is reporled lliat the Choc- taw Oil and Gas company will re- sume drilling In section 1-1-7, neare Jesse, next week. _ ffltllKlSFUN AT GARNERS' PARTY Introduced each feature of the on- h degree burglary tertalnment with original rhymes omioctftn wlth the robbery early more than 2-1 hours and maroon- ed 400 passengers. Tho first break In the traffic tie up came last night when two eastbound trains nosed their way into Campbellton throuMi deep snowdrifts. Both were hours late but passengers were over- loved at their release from written by Marjorle Norrls Ha> ner. Tho program follows: "Hand Me Down My t Cane" and "St. Louis Hluos. tlie t sheriff Clyde Kaiser. Ada Trio, Wllma Bryant Noono Jones, Of the safe lit the Mc- Swaln theatre. talking wns brought to Ada Monday Sloan and Mama Lois Graham tap danco and "Don't Rufford tin. pa New York City reporting attem ance 51.585 with receipts o "1S Forty major parties In New York City attracted an estimated Ca-packed .now." Over the old lino througi w Brunswick iwo other trains re being rerouted. totals In some cities and In Washington eleven tables at one hotel went 000 each to boost the i contribution. Inasmuch as on. two hotels had reported there the total was expected i considerably. New England mates re- con y workers an, at e ghl ea. Herbert Halsoy. Allen oil Held worker, was rushed to Ada late Thursday following In- juries sustained while working in tbo Allen oil field with a tractor. Halsey Is said to have fallen from the tractor nnd to have been run over by the heavy machine. Although he was severely bruised and suffered a back In- jury. officials of the Sugg Clinic. where ho was brought for treat- ment. say he will Goerlug has OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. of more than IHO families In a 21-mile square area threatened Roger Mills county to- llailepresentatives of families. In a petition to Governor Murray, ashed that their area In the son h- wostorn I-art of Roger Mills coiinlv because of the comparative accessibility of Ileckham towns. There Is no good road to Chey- enne. Roger Mills county seat, the I as turn >niiiu lm; i mo six urbulent Madison Square Garden celebrations atendedbr convention that spring. U0.200 persons. con with Infantile h were I m____ 1, nrtio OI V itU 1 from rigors oh'Jo11 "tSS to Hardlng-Coolldge. secretary 01 10 na Franco supcrlnt. return of the fleet to receipts estimated at wrthe'r'J'anslSd net lota .1 Several cities, however. esi master of tho hunt In probably because of his become Prussia, brilliant success as a communists and Jews. hunter of Sena'tor Eil Reed, of Elk Cltv said Gov. Murray Is em- pow.'.red to submit thc Issue at special election. The governor did not comment.______ He Keels O. K. Greenlleld. Ind. The need Ivory Duffenbaugh sucked Into lung years ago made throuch several of his and then caueed a __ second term aVslstanVVecrclary of the navy. 1DH_Scrvlng llrst term New York state senalor. Studying at Columbia "school, courting Miss Anna Roosevelt with marriage bis wav organs its vita swell o ing In his left arm from wile a surgeon removed It. He's feel Ins O. K. El 27 ulors, visits. born Mr.l Islratlon their Hyde to be Uoosevult. Richard Elam of dlstrlcl Plgg of was nameu vice Mrs. Helen Lucas secretary. state Wewo Hastily recruited army using Isaacs. "After Sundown" You Remember Me' Mardl Gras-exlilbltlon waltz-fan dance by Dublc Leo Dean; Max- Ine Masterson. Wllma Hryant. Ne- one Sloan. Margarolta German, Wllla Mae Farmer. Henry Gran Rufford Howard. Marshall Boh Fahrney. Able Johnson Sterling Jones, of Salllsaw, wanted here on two forcery charges, in back In the Jail at Sul- phur' from which he made a sue cessful escape recently, and whore lie Is said to have ten charges officers helpet y the trap that resulted In after the escape and his ex tracks that push llirough Ihe slorm him on the charge WASHINGTON. Jan. Take It from Will Rogers. Iho elaborate dinner staged by tho lan he calls "Cactus Jack" .Car- er and his wife for Mr. and-Mrs. ranklln D. Roosevelt "sure-wat fine party." Why. said Rogers, speaklnc oud enough for Senator llcNary t Oregon and Ropresentallvo Snell of New York to hear him. there was Just enough rcpubll- ans there for disturbance pur- loses." Ho added that for- bis mrl of the dinner ho had .lam- >asted everybody, but no ono Doomed lo mind. The vice presldenl and Mrs. Garner had the honor of belnc tho within a few days. NO. I FLOWS irnini IlnIlT) Opened Monday after being cldtzed to Increase the flow or U from the Hunton lime, tho A. Harden No. 1 well responded y flowing at a rate ns yet untle- ermlned accurately but ot 200 SUICIDE ATTEMPT FAILSJF INTENT Fonton Herron. was treated at the Ada hospital early Tuesday ill-lit for a bullet wound which he admitted was self-inflicted. The bullet, from a .32 calibre, entered Herron's body from the front but was deflected and the COURT GIVES HE FOR FIXING TUX d In tho neighborhood arrels This was tho second oil pro- of tho John Fltts field in Pontoloc counly. and tho of actlvlly and r wound It Inflicted was said today to be. not dangerous. Tho attempt at suicide occurred at a local cafe. lucer outh ause Herron Ihls mornlng.staled tllilt could the acl was an Impulsive one cu the mlnallng months of ment In efforts to secure ment. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. computing the rate o l'evy for the 1932-33 fiscal year. Ihe net amount of uncollected taxes for Ihe 1931-32 year may be Included, bul the levies not col- lected for 19-.10-31 may not be con- sidered, the supreme court now It further ruled thai the net amount of uncollected taxes for -31 could not be used In iii-> first to entertain the presldenl ana Mrs. Roosevell at dinner this sea- son, and as proof of their social success the parly lasted unlit near- ly mldnlghl. Staged on the glassed-in root or one ot Washlnglon's smartest ho- tels, with tho Interior warmth, ac- centuated by tbo coldest weather hero In years, tho party was.lonl more brilliance by celebrities and a'cavlar-down-lhe list menu. i Rogers, who flow here wllli bis wife from California Jusl lo at- tend, oven had a Joke on himself. [e wns the only ono nol wearing while tie and tails." The president Jerked him by the balance on hand coat tails, he said, and asked hltfi Oora.ro- where were his clothes. IlOBora.ro- plied he wasn't on the program and "for once In my mo dldnt WILCOX June 30, 1932 for tho purpose of determining the 1932-33 The decision reversed that or of tax reviews In ine Oil company tf a Pottawalomlo the courl associates have almo compleTed Dawes Har- len well at 1.2fiO toot for a gas- he fourth In the field, and OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. county evy. (.T) Oral arguments were liearu exp'ec oon lo gauge Iho product- fon of sas. already known to be strong. _____ Two burglars In New York, re- cently made a typographical er- ror and stole a bottle of Korms) worth by Ihe supremo-courl todaj on application of Ihe Wllcox Oil and Gas company for a writ of pro-] blblllon to provenl Iho corporallon co requiring on oil production for periods prior to enactment of thc new prorat- validity of Iho commission's order, contending tho old law was Inoperative. Nlmrwl huulinB in Truro. Nova Scolla George Cavanaugh went seal his own back yard and back a big vlcllm which he was killed wllh a club, hack, yard IB marshy, not from tho sea. The pelt adorns the office wall hockey arena here. of His far now the bring my banjo." Rut he did clye ono of his monologues, poking run I "all of 'em." The entertainment star veiling, ho said, was a man. ho emembered as Dunnlnsor. a magician or something." Why. that guy enough lo read a ho added. Rogers said Lewis Douglas, dl- reclor of the budget and ono jpt the guests, was called on to aaa a column ot figures, but "he couldn't do It. because there Was- n't but 16 and he never had BO tew making up the budget. -._ Greater rclurns for the amotnt Invested News Classified Ada. was good senatorial   

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