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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1934 NUMBER 48 GET AMPLE GILES Administrator, Returning From Washington, Outlines New Organization SEVEN" POINTS IN PROGRIWI Believes Funds Sufficient to Tide State Over Until January 1 EXPORTS CECIINE, Digging Out of Blizzard's 'Traffic Jam' OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. Giles, .state relief am civil works administrator for Ok- lahoma, today touched off th  Hteorlng post and Governor Mur- ray entirely out of the picture, was outlined on Giles' return from Washington. Hurrying from the train to bin office, fill.ru announced the fol- lowing program: 1. Hi-establishment of federal direct relief In every county of the state, with special attention lo be concentrated llrst on aid for women of all 2. Iteloase of Imme- diately for distribution of cured meatH. flour and oilier foods In all counties until the new direct relief agencies may be formulat- ed later Ibis week. n. Plans to open sewing roonn In more than ion cities, establish summer ramps for girls and young women, and night classes In public schools for instruction of needy women. 4. Expenditure of monthly, effective Immediately, to reinstate the federal transient aid program In Oklahoma. 5. New grants by the civil works administration. assuring enough funds lo purchase! mater- ials for completion of all major CWA projects already under way In the state. Plans for Issuance of direct relief to aged and Infirm men and for creation of "light" work for elderly men who frown on direct charity. 7. Anticipated reduction In tho puy of unskilled CWA laborers from 40 to 30 cents an hour, ef- fective soon, and gradual taper- ing off of the el.-II works pro- gram until It Is abandoned by May 1. AssUtnnts Nnmed Giles will be assisted In his pretentious undertakings, by Charles J. ISlrt. Madison, WIs., who will supervise organization of the direct relief machine, and William I'lunkert, Mobile. Ala., who will organize the transient aid. First act of Plunkert, federal transient director, on his arrival today was to appoint H. L. True formerly acting director, as state transient aid director. He alfo named Miss Rosemary Antln of Montgomery. Ala., as assistant to True. She will n main In Oklahoma City at least until April 1. The two will tabllsh ten transient aid station-) In Htale cities. At Giles' Insistence, a state dis- bursement oftlcer will be named to handle all funds distributed by direct relief. "He will be named Hurry Hopkins, national administrator." said Giles. "We do not know yet what amount of funds will be allocat- ed to Oklahoma for the pro- gram." said Giles. "We do know that. If properly handled. the funds will be sufficient to carry us through until January 1." Oklahoma's original allotment of men for civil works relief was the fourth largest In the I.'nlon. On IhU bawlx. direct relief funds will he ample. Giles will make a trip to Pan- handle next week, and "check for myself." conditions there, he A separate source. of federal funds may be avail- able for this drought area. CHARGE CHiCKffHEFT WASHINGTON, rob. Jnlted States export trade during limitary was shown by depart- ment of commerce figures today lo have declined both In quality and value, while Import trade re- corded a niodi.-i-at.r Increase. The value of exports In Janu- ary was compared with ISO.OOO.Ol'i) In December while imports In January totalled agulnst 000 In December. The favorable balance In Janu- ary was compared with In December and In January I'J The 11 per cent decline In the value pf exports van In excess of the usual seasonal decrease of about 4 per cent. Imports on the other hand gained 4 per cent whereas the normal seasonal Increase Is 2 per cent. Offset to Woolcy Gasscr Hit Gas Sand at Higher Level Tucsdny Interest In the Fills oil-gas field continued undlmlnlshed to- day, with new arrivals coming in to take u part In the activity which at present apparently Is on the verge of a widespread drill- Ing play. J-iitest addition to the roster or wells In I he area Is the ISoettcher Oil and Gas company's No. l Uurris Heirs. In NK NW "t "7-2-7. which located gas sand lit about 1.0.-.0 feet Tuesday. Two or three days must elapse before CRITICS OF DRY BEFORE E! for their cars was the unpleasant task of hundreds of New York motorists lifter tho tho winter swept tho metropolitan area. Hera a hapless driver Is attempting a towering drift that Has covered It at Baisley Park, Long Island. heaviest blizzard ot to rescue his car from Would Place Wires, Cables and Radio Under Control of Central Body WASHINGTON, Feb. President Roosevelt, In a special message to congress today, recom- WASIIINGTON, Feb. The establishment of a perpetual system of federal appropriations to aid public schools throughout the country was proposed In a bill Introduced today by Hep. Rogers (D-Okla.) The measure would authorize effective at the fiscal year bc- tnnlng July 1. an appro- pecific Instances of Unfairness Of Employers Charged By Witnesses SOME CilGES FILED Administration Promises Full Investigation of Plausi- ble Cases WASHINGTON. Feb.' Critics of NIIA Hwung Into action oday with an assertion by Miss Mary W. Dewson of New York, representing tho National Con- sumers' league, that unless wholesale chiseling" by employ- ers were stopped the recovery pro- gram would bo destroyed. She started off the second day's lomhardment of NUA In responsi .0 Hugh Johnson's request tha anyone with a grievance to air come to Washington and tell o t. The recovery administrator re ferrod to the gathering as great roundup" of criticism. Mrs. Dewson, presenting a sum mary of studies In 25 states mad by her organization, cited, "th settled evasions and outright vio- lations" she said were used to de- feat NRA's purposes. Failure to readjust the wages of skilled workers to the short- ened work week, so that many are now getting ?10 less a week than before NUA. was the first case cited. Others Included: Much Increased application of the "stretch-out" system; desig- nating workers as executives to avoid hour limitations; using MOTORISTS LOSE SUIT OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. attack on the 50-cent fee :ollected by auto lag agents was ileflnltely stricken from tho state supremo court docket today with four of the nine justices dissent- Ing. The court disposed ot tho case with an order denying U. V. Dar- lund, Wowoka hardware mer- chant, and eight other motorists a rehearing In their suit against the Oklahoma tux commission. The plaintiffs sought a mandam- us, writ to compel the commission to'issue licenses over the state without payment of the 50-cent notary public fee, pocketed by the tug agents. Attorneys Indicated they will go Into district court and cam the fight again to the supreme court on appeal. OILI1 MEW Offset Staked to West as Ex tension Well Settles Down To Production Sends Nolc to United State Laying Claim to Land Byrd Is Exploring op__cpviwage exemptions for apprentices nlrc cheap help; discharging This well Is ward from tin; an offset Boettcher No. Wooley which was brought in, mlsslnn to take authority llwlres. cables and radio. til 111 "-1-- the gas production ciin be gmigeit. mended creation of a federal com-j of j., school child ...i.. nL-o niiilinrliv over jn dally attendance based on the previous year's attend- ance report. Meanwhile, emergency appro- priations of for the remainder of present fiscal! again year and for thej three I Is my said the new commission sometime ago at 1.17 1-1.17S president, "that a new commission feet as u "0 cubic foot lls I smggest might well lie casM-r' The No. 1 Wooley Is In organized this year by transfer- giisHjr. the present authority for the n Inn f I nim fif t lest Is Maid'control of communications of Heirs test is ,-ommlssion and the Inter- commerce commission. sand at u The Hurrls to have found the level about 100 feel higher tluin ,11 tin? Wooley well. Equipment continues to move Into the with the Mana- han well In 1S-2-7 the center of a cluster of new wells preparing to seek oil around the which .-Mended the Fills field I cession. more than a mile to the north- ward. stalt "The new body should. In addi- tion, be given full power to Inves- tigate and study the business of existing companies and make rec- ommendations to the congress for additional legislation at the next fiscal year ending June would be made. The senate and house Interstate commerce committees have been studying the problem for several weeks and early action Is expected by leaders. "To the congress: "I have long felt that for the sake of clarity and effectiveness the relationship of the federal 1 government to certain services as utilities should be dl- wiyajvlded into three Tret- talion, power and communication. "The problems of transporta- tion are vested In the Interstate SMS 1ETT1 BOi1 lOfFEJlRCEO TULSA. Feb. Attorney Holly Anderson Charles Arthur Floyd, the ty of Oklahoma outlawry, was divorced by bis wife. here five years ago while he commission, and the nerving a live year sentence of power. Its develop- the Missouri penitentiary for rob- nient, transmission and dlstrlbii bery. i lion. In the federal power corn- Anderson said he had been n-jmission. able to find any evidence the] the field of communication. couple had remarried. Court jiiowover. there Is today no s" records disclosed the divorce, he government agency charged Hald broad authority. Within the last two years I "The congress has vested ccr- Floyd has had two gunllghtH with, tain authority over certain parts officers In The emergency allocations would bo disbursed to states on the basis of need, as determined by their ability to maintain terms of "normal length." Rogers said the bill Incorpor-' which Tied substantially the legislative reconimendatlpns put forward by the National Education associ- ation. WASHINGTON, Feb. Rear Admiral Richard and "Little America" may again he the chilly subject of an cx- l change of notes between Great Britain and the United States. Great Ilrltaln was reported to. day In unofficial but usually re- liable quarters to be thinking ot reminding" the United States that King George claimed large sectors around i South Pole, Including the Ice and! i snow of "Little America." Nosedived, Striking Ground With Terrific Force, But Not Burned ALL ONjSJD KILLED Include Five Passenger! And Crew of Three; Death Instantaneous SALT LAKE CITY. Feb. 20 Tho wrecking of a Klant United Airline transport last Fri- day was so swift and sudden, linn officials said today, that the eight persons who died never knew what happened. The plane fell vertically, like a great hall of steel, and struck the ground with such forco that tho engine was Imbedded In tho ground up to the cabin. "All tho bodies wero pushed said Leon Cudderbaclc. assistant to Chief Pilot H. T. Lew- is of United Air Lines. "The ship did not move after It struck 'tho ground. There was no evidence of flro. Death must have been In- stantaneous to all." i The dead: MISS MARY CARTER. stfiw- ardness, formerly of Omaha and Chattanooga, Teun. LLOYD ANDERSON. Cheyenne, jillot. ERIC C. DANIELSON. Chey- enne co-pllot. J. J. STERLING, mayor of Ben- (I'rom TuriMlio'N llnlly) Oil from the Manahan No. 1 Reynolds-Wagner In 18-2-7, nortl ward extension of the Fltts fleldi was being "run" today through I the pipeline of the Okla-j homa Pipeline company to Its I trunk line at Francis. This Is said to mean that the! well, cause of feverish Intcnftt ton Harbor. Mich. and center of new locations, Is I MAUCELLUS ZINSMASTER; getting down to routine produc-IDes Molnes, town. inese as soon as the learning Manahan rlod has expired; manipulating i and then longer hours about 480 barrels tlon while newer drilling activity takes over the spotlight. After being cleaned out the S EVALD W. HEUT MCLAUGHLIN. BERGLUND. Perry, WALKER, Indications were that Great Ilrltaln would assert British claims "by right of discovery" lopes Including oven charging wait- resses for the pencils used. Specific. Oise Cited Mrs. Ruth Scott of Washington, I explaining she. was appearing for her brother who works In a Mas- sachusetts theater, said: "Ho used to bo paid a week before NRA, now his hours have should Uyrd "discover" and and he .Is making only American claims to any land over England pays Its Hag (lies. On November 17. 1928, the British government addressed n note to the state department in which It asserted that In addition to the Iloss dependency and the Falkland Island dependencies there were, "certain areas In the Antarctic to which a British title already exists." The areas wero listed as; (1) The outlaying part of Coats Land (that portion not within the Falk- land Islands (2) Jud Isom Found Sunday Morn-, Endorby Land, Kemp J (5) the or Its In Beside Railroad Track South of Tupelo (I'mm Dnllj) area which lies to the west Adelle Land and which on discovery by the Australian and can't make ends meet. He has a little fellow who Is often sick In winter and prescriptions cost 8C cents. Ho must buy his own uniform. He must pay for a light housekeeping room. It Is Impossible for the hoy to go on like he Is. I've heard hun- dreds and hundreds of cases like my brother. H Is true he works less hours, hut what can be do with his spare time? All he can do Is sit around and brood nbout A party of company of- tne 8ccno deep snow two hours la- staked this morning. G. A. ban making a location NW SE of 18-2-7. Two one to the northwest iind one toj the southeast, have already been i announced. 'Westhelmer and Daubo's In 18-2-8 was said today to bejtho two nml Ulc flve "making hole.' sensors thrust Into the forward Boettcher OH and Gas of the and Imprisoned pany's No. 1 Burrls Heirs well iny wreckage. NE NW NW of 27-2-7. was Only the ot the stewardess l" Miss Carter, was Intact. It lay I expected to find tho gns of of tno ntlier-. Identification was possible only by jewelry and clothing. Except for the wings, which wero cracked, virtually every part of the craft was smashed. Tho Burrla Heirs well NW of 27-2-7, was feet at midnight mid tvas tho gns sam sought In about two days. This well Is an offset to tho south from the noettcher No. 1 Wooley which canto In as a cubic foot gasser. Equipment was said to bo mov-1 tall Ing In to the Deener-Mooro No. not''being able lo make a living 1_ Edwards In NW NE SE 11912 was called Jud isom. near Wllkes Land, V. Land, (7) died at a local hospital this morn- Ing from Injuries believed lo have been received Saturday night. He was found In a ditch, beside the O. C. A. and A. railroad tracks about three miles south of Tupelo morning Ilyrd ,H had two guiinglitH w mi.taln authority over ceri. in o'clock Sunday ,'eV MOOneSP- Siting' Ruby Floyd addition., the.agency M y. when th yea'r'oTd "son' He' .-neap- j known as the federal radio coin- ed both times, allegedly llrln'4 mission. the shot that killed Krv. Kelley. recommend that the con- a veteran peace officer, in one of create a new agency to no encounters. llo l- a hundred prats (Iiill'v In Charges llnu Plenil Not Of Sten Grover MrCulhir and Dan Houichens. charged with larceny of domestic fowls, were arraign- ed Monday morning before. S. W. Hill, justice of the peace. They pleaded not guilty and Hill set bond 
                            

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