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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADAAVEEKLY_NIWS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1934 Direct Hit! Ruin, Death in Vienna GUY CD. WIFE OF KILLED 111 FULL CLIFF IN FIIIS House Expected to Pass Bonus Bill; Senate Considers Pensions HOUSE PftSSESJAX BILL Senate Works on Indepcnden Office Appropriation Bill s somi workers bv Insisting on a WASHINGTON. Feb. 21 The senate today voted to loose the. federal piinte-strln what for government while tin- linns' rate for ters. sought to keep that purse some obtained an- nually from present postage rat i-H. Kach brunch ban to what tin- other did. legislation can House Opposed to restoration or tin, entire K. cent of pay Ibat was cut, tht; president is tx peeled to sign today's provision for putting back one-tlilrd and another third in July. The attempt for rate wan on the lax bill, a In-fore Its passage. AdvncateH of larger treasur> to veterans, aglow over miccess of tin force a vnt HTOO. Feb. 21. veil-dressed hilt rough-appearing nen who kidnaped r., id. late last night from ron- of his father's abstract Ice were sought today. Tlie youth was tied to the steer- ng wheel of bis car when It was baridoned near Brookston. Tex., ;l miles south of Hugo. chewed tbe rope and reported the ibductlon to officers at Paris, Pex. He was not harmed. Blakely reported tbe two men got Into the rear seat of the car and at the point of a pistol forced him to drive southward. One of tbe men was drinking beavily, Blakely said, adding that the con- versation between the pair Indi- cated they had a rendezvous somewhere In Texas. rpon leaving the boy tied, the Burst of Leasing Reported Extending Into Coal County Now One Pipeline Started, Anotherj Reported Planned Into Field captors transferred to another car which drove up. The car keys were thrown away by the kidnap- ers but the youth hail a duplicate key and drove to 1'arlH. pass on before tho to the Wblti now Believes Ruling to Cut Off Money for Materials Will Be Modified Instead of a lessening of Inter- est In the Fltts area between high points of the development of the field, there has been a sudden hurst of attention for that part of Coal county which has been mark- d out as an extension of the Westhelmer-Daube already] centered some attention with u blv block of acreage and building of a rig Just across the line, In C-NE SE of 18-2-8. six miles due east of the Manahau well. Almost overnight the eastward extension of the area regarded as lably Rood for oil and gas be- came todav reports dlcate WASHINGTON. Tel) 21 __Orval Mosler of Oklahoma said today after I Dies Alone; Long Search Re- quired to Locate Body in Ravine WORLD MOHSJERO KING i Immortalized Name by Stand Against German Invasion In 1914 house maneuver t( March 12 on paymen of tbe bonus, captured tbe senate oi i in bigger ills- lev 1 works on believed reconsideration would lie given a decision which forum for the naval construction measure had to vleld Its senate place for the independent of- rices appropriation bill with Its veterans and federal pay contro- house. Hepresentatlve VlHb (R-NY) blocked Immediate consideration of the emergency airmail bill. A committee report on the Ilay- burii Investigation Into public utilities control and ownership "bowed 15 Individuals connected with TOO or more companies. A statement by Hepresentatlye Uayburn (D-Tex) said Interlock- ing directorates, "are common In he utility companies of "no sys- tem, dealing In power and gas. A senate committee the resolution asking NIIA officials' personal financial Interests, In a manner that pres- aged senate adoption. WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.-J.T age over In Coal county. Tuesday, at a sale of Indian oi for the Five Civilized Tribes, only 1'ontotoc and coal county offerings saved the sale [from complete failure. More than half of the leases of- fered failed to get a bid. Top price was paid by the Shasta Oil wouldicnlnimny of San Antonio Texas, of Mamie Thohm. transmission over Western 01 S3SKSK restated JHan IIUl UV.-..J- Thn Dolltuns- Fascist attempts.to expel them. The wero turned h-ive limited expenditures for no acres terlals In that state to ITH.OOO west of the new Manahan end of the CWA In 1S-2-7, tho an acre. Sales Included tracts tract bringing In 15-2-f. until the gram. Sdntt Pontotoc county. tr-Ulon9 recent grant of Jfotir and five mill's been Interpreted by its offlcl-iMunaban well, als to be the sole ampu eral expenditure for west of the include modified data on ade. Mosler said, however, be hac IIKOII to believe the adminlstra on would permit a re-lnterpreta on that would allow payment for, and better public at lower eaily before Thursday to turn Into the tanks for an ac- curate The gauge. Oklahoma Plpellne comp- on a With aid. this lie can along fine, com projects and P, carrier from I Coalgate. At the Aldridge hotel, hotbed of productions of liquor for the prices. He bad a select committee a work on whether congress shouli be asked now to have the treasur aid a long program for prUat home building. Us advocate claim Increase of volume throng means of credits to build, make possible email, comfortabl homes at half tbe present cost Other aides tackled how t crush the bootlegger. That sur of prohibition Is still actlv, Judging from what was said at th presidential press conference morning, and liquor Imports ai far below what was looked for to provide an ample supply. V-ny prices are so high Is being investl- Kaotlier situations held congress. Tbe bouse put In a last day of Talk the tax tightening bill, with passage u certainty. Senatorial business re- mained "tbe treaty-limit navy mea- sure, with debate skipping all over the lot. Hugh S. Johnson's appeal for a critical appraisal of NIIA came In for Its share of private discussion. Fffects of this novel move will lie watched when the hearings get going week. SIVOIH- Offers Heroiiiiiicndallon It' was fierard Swop to the prog... standing" If It obtained. Thev took the erroneous "Mosler said, "that w the senate getting away with It. Sow we're going to put the sen- ate on tlie spot with the bonus That's one aspect of the peti- tion forcing a vote March 12 on cash bonus payment, giving tm representatives a chance to recori themselves In a way they calciilati should help in November elections. Onlv one-third of the senate faces "tbe polling then. Slum d both branches pass the bonus bill, the certain subsequent veto Is not now expected to be overridden. Answering report f r s who (Continued on Pagu 4, rio. statistics is off. Clark, actln Th....... bad at thi' and see whose guessing Dr. Charles C. rhli-r of the I'nlted States Wt-athe bureau, was asked while .before the house appropriations commit- tee about the percentage of ac- curacy "of your forecast a long Dr. Clark replied. iV-'ccurate a check or verification ,s we en get on them, they are from 85 to
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