Ada Weekly News, March 8, 1934

Ada Weekly News

March 08, 1934

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Thursday, March 8, 1934

Pages available: 16

Previous edition: Thursday, March 1, 1934

Next edition: Thursday, March 15, 1934 - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Ada Weekly NewsAbout

Publication name: Ada Weekly News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Pages available: 47,674

Years available: 1902 - 1978

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.18+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Ada Weekly News, March 08, 1934

All text in the Ada Weekly News March 8, 1934, Page 1.

Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIll ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1934 NUMBER 49 Westheimcr-Daube Test in 18- 2-8 at 1540 Feet When Brcalc Occurs HEABINGW SAND Deancr-Moore Well to South Expected to Spud in Within Day or Two (IViilii WASHINGTON. Mareli __ president HooHt-vett t il a broke another precedent hi nam- 1m: Klorenctt K. Cleve- land to the federal circuit cojirt of appeals judgeship. Miss Allen, now on tile Olili supreme court, Is tlitr first wom- an to lie made a federal Judge. The circuit court of appeals Is tht; highest court aside from tin: Miiireme court of tin- l.'nlted States. Slit; hurt- the endorsement ot Senator Bnlkley president Frank I'. Corrlgan of Cleveland minls- ler to .Salvador. Progress "f the WrMhelmer- Daulie lest In Is-.-S v.-i'.s repon- ed halted today a break In tin; gas line. At HID lime the drilling was stopped, thc well had rearhed a of l.T.-IO feel. As It Is not much farther to tin- at whlrh Hit- Mr.Mest.-r sand Is the intensity of {Critically Wound 1 nrcc rrison Needed-One Body With Arm Missing Sheriff's Office Deluged With Inquiries About Body Reported Found and Murderer Reported Held in Custody; Answer Nothing to Rumors. Terror of Eastern Oklahoma Killed by Proprietor of Arkhoma Roadhouse IDE BREfiTlTER ftRREST Woman Companion Arrested And Held Pending Further Investigation II t I Interest 111 the lest has been I steadily growing until now It l'rove the recovery administra- tion. Before one of the meetings, letters written by Representative Filltner (D., S. C.) were read, advising South Carolina saw mill operators to work on a "common sense basis' 'regardless of their been spent In making' theTr" share of international trade NKA code. Fulincr told report- i hv iie-'otlitliig ers lie stood by the letters. ;.At ,lmo thc corporation has! h The house committee acted af- lt fronl thlH county, ,.jt American agricultural and r President Roosevelt. In onen- 117 loans, which imiU8trlal Interests are to retain placo in this the Anieri- Home Owners Loan Corpora- tion Has Sent Nearly 000 to This County Jimmle Wilson and Ben McKIn- ley, state appraisers for the Home Owners Loan corporation, from the Tulsa office, and Olln W. j duties and Creek counties, were In Ada to-1 lean agriculture and Industry." day, checking over the details of The president dlscussc-d at the corporation's operations here.'length, the reasons for asking Mr. Wilson announced that thelmlci, power. corporation has already delivered j First, ho aald, world trado.haii to the mortgagees In this county 'declined to approximately 70 per In bonds and has paid, cnlll from 1939 volume. Sec- In cash for the payment of i Ond, other governments to an In- In addition considerable extent are "wlnnlnc ri> of III_____________ reciprocal trade m8 g tho NIIA ineetlnc yesterday, within HO to deserved id called for shorter hours co ,laVH. ioaI18 total JraUe lio asa iL-her pay In his plan to restore' In rosperlty. Ud In taxes. ..Uion to Mrs. Dora Cox, director for the Social Welfare organization in Pontotoc county, today announc- ed that some flour has Tieen re- sentenced to life celved here for distribution earlier today._ Dr. among cases of real destitution. (Dean this As grocery orders are Htlll be-; fight to through her pi rchants do motion for grocery The court granted 90 days for orders but instead furnish the preparation of arguments on tho order-holders with bacon, beans I motion for new and similar foods. Otherwise, it would ter President Roosevelt, In open Ing had higher prosperity, Although Secretary Mr. Wilson pointed NHA Administrator High Johnson many delays have taken place In and CWA Administrator closing ot the loans, In most Hopkins opopsed an arbitrary 30-'cases the delays being due to the hour week In Industry, the. owner. Failure to sign all mlttee was hopeful the legisla-j papers promptly, failure to look tlon as Chairman Conuory said after details and such matters Miss March T would seek Immediate Sarah Kuth afternoon won her remain free, on on a trial. house have delayed the closing of many loans, the failure being no fault Amid scenes paralleling con--of tlio corporation. Then, too, gresslonal speech making, things as helrshlpH. judg- bors of the code authorities spoke inents and all such things liavo to asserted, government must be In a po- .sltlon to bargain for that placa out otllcr governments by rapid and decisive negotiation based upon a carefully considered pro- gram and lo grant with discern- ment corresponding opportunities In the American market for for- eign products supplementary to their minds. Million Jobs Aim be worked out In many Instances. Hut the corporation Is speeding our own. Thu tariff-bargaining experi- ment was proposed to congress with assurance from tho demo- cratic leaders of support but with u bitter partisan debate In pros- pect on the ancient political Is- Whether tho NHA goal of put- lip the work and Is putting on new ig a million nioro to work by .men where necessary to handle ttlng code hours could bo! the matters efficiently. ,W11; i Mr Koosevelt ached remained a question, but.son announced that at, addlt onal a r possibl arly ncllon. _________ The many beon appointed for Denver N. Davlson. International await said Un- she explains, for a family flour from the social Welfare or- ;vas) ......._........ ganlzatlon anil also from a iner- whlsky highball" death of Dr. alleged poi- ting cutting reached ______ It appeared certain that at least attorney has of tho way would bo county, u. Some Industrialists were Between 15 and 20 abstracts were Jfi to be phrasing pledges of .delivered to the attorneys here to- met effoctlyelj V ........_.. Uib Is now tho trade our attention that can thus bp with the from from the the chant .instead of getting flour John Kennedy, 4l-year- former and other food Greenwood surgeon. The Jury merchant. fixed her punishment at life Im- prisonment at hard labor. The Jury deliberated IS hours and minutes.' Obviously shocked, the woman physician heard the verdict read .with her hands clenched In her ilap She tried to smile as she 'arose to go to a waiting room, but broke Into sobs as she swept out GIRLS TftKE IBD IIJML ESfflPE cooperation. Others, at one. or another oti Commenting upon the size of the her name as Mary I DENTON Tex., Mar. Okl-i a'Ten men and two young women i escaped from the Denton coun.y five simultaneous 1 strenuously to another pill." "Let's so slow and give this! thing a chance to work said A. P. Haake, Chicago fur- nlturo man. "There are lots of you birds hero who are not observing that code yot." The audience ot business men ineetlii-i 'the loans closed, Mr. Wilson says time to seek a wcTrld-wldu lowcr- they, that 87 per cent of them are for; lnB of tariff walls such as uo each. jail early today and five were re- captured in a barn west of Den was I ton several hours later. LONDON. March Htructlon of four cruisers and many other rvaft is provided for under increased navy esti- mates for announced by Creat P.riuiin today. Tile navy estimates for total (about had re- the woman for investigation. Shu was ar- rested, they said, when an at- tempt was made to capture Urad- sliaw and his pal. Char'es Cot- ner. She was released shortly. j At the Jail, the woman, a 22- year-old, pretty brunette, told of- 'lifers, "he has a sister, Hema DeeUtn. who lives near Vlan." 'Hema Deetgln Is Hradshaw's sls- ter. A few minutes later, she said, "he Is Ford liradshaw." Following the- of the court, followed by women relatives and her attorneys. Half an hour later, however, Julie was composed and smiling as she returned to stand before Pre- siding Judge S. F. Davis for sen- applauded. J. 0. Ball, ot tho boot shoe Industry, said Its code had put the Industry In working order. THE IIUIITED desires. Mr. Uoosevelt arlcady has entered Into reciprocal tarlft negotiations .with several nations, principally In South America. nii-r' 0'1CU Printed the authority ha DfT T nWQ "le i'rcBldcnt ls UU I I ready with other na- _______ I tlons. Including the major pow- t shootin she Tlio girls, Evelyn Bartee, 17, and Audell Hampton, If., t, in days ago at Lake Dalian on i found you guilty burglary charges, picked a fixed your punlsh- from their cell door, made tbelri ,hl. (.ald gravely. "U way Into the loft of the second :mjw duty to sentence floor of the Jail and descended: rest of your nat- Into the jailer's office where they at the state took keys from a cabinet and locked most of the colls. the verdict Af the jury. Ten men and three boys refused I1O discretion iln the mat- to leave. ter" Tbe girls and Eddie Bunch, The Judge asked It she had any- Theodore Hawk and Jesse thing to say. Taylor, were recaptured. Hunch j smue suddenly gone from land Taylor were held on Dr- jjean looked at her i NEW YOKK. March Smith, writing In 'increase of i'J.'.tsO.- JDiitlook." assails the 000 'child labor amendment In addition to providing for a eral Frankenstein" ships construction program, t'.u- a substitute leaving child estimates also make provision for j regulation to the states but pro- naval personnel, hlhltlng transportation of articles callsi manufactured by persons under sixteen years of age into states t ho j where such labor IH told officers "you'll soon learn who he is. He Is wanted In sev- eral places." oriicers Disawn Ilradxluitv Deputy sheriffs Prentice Mad- 'du-c and Lew Williams of Fort I Smith, upon learning the road- S house was being terrorized, had Alfred Entered the place as Hradshaw attempting to smash clmrges charged arms. while Hawk with robbery had been with GET GOBS OF GOLD OTHER Increasing the naval PITS The construction program for tin- following: Four cruisers three of new Minotaur type and one the Arcthusa type; One leader and tight destroy- ers; One aircraft carrier; Three submarines mine a coin proposed siot machine in the establishment. as a "fed-; As the ofllcers entered with and proposes'drawn guns, they forced Brad- labor Khaw to take off his bullet-proof vest, and took from him a pistol. Both the girl and the outlaw were lined up and started out the rear door when the attack on prohibited.i the Harper brothers and the stlb- of! Describing the proposed twen-; seiiuent shooting occurred. tv-secoml amendment as unreas- Officers at 1'oteau today found o'uable and unworkable and hav-( about one hundred dollars In Ing all the "vices and potential- bills In Hradsbaw's pocket. .attorneys, then shook her head, keeping silent. are under a bond, so T am going to let you go home until 2 o'clock, the Judge nald kindly. New Trial Sought When her attorneys served no- tice a new trial would be sought, Judge Davis told them to appear __ at 2 p. m., to present their mo- 'tlon. As the defendant turned away, NEW YORK, Mar. More than JSIiO.OOO.OOO In gold poured Into New York from Eu-i -Kennedy rope in February, thc first Bessie Barrj Kcnneuj of the devalued dollar. This flood of gold was pet In motion by the devaluation of the dollar January 111. j widow of the dead surgeon, who charged Dr. Dean with breaking layer submarine and two of thi' "S" or patrol type; Two general service sloops; Two sloop mine sweepers; One net layer; Two coastal sloops, and One surveying ship. I'mler the estimates, the per- sonnel of the fleet will total !'2.- officers and men an In- crease of SSI royal marine police, an Increase of 1'J. TOLEDO. March M.i- chlnlsts. tool and die makers, members of the machinists' union went out on strike today at .llie plant of the Toledo Machine, and Tool Co. 1'nloii officials salt! 51'" men were out. but company offi- cers iaid only 2T-0 left their wink. jltleH for trouble" possessed by -tin- eighteenth amendment, he de- clared -federal "usurpation" into all lielijs of activities would be. attempted should the amendment be adopted. "The only real argument which I have heard for the child labor I In; said, "Is that it will prevent unprogressive stales which permit child labor from dumping the products of such labor Into progressive states where child labor Is forbidden. KNIDTokla.. .March Pinned beneath the truck he was driving, II. J. Freeman of Perry, .-.n oil company employe, died In An automatic shotgun, a quan- tity of shot gun and pistol am- munition and luggage was found In tilt; new automobile in which Hradshaw and the woman had come to the roadhose. Local officers said there was a etter In the luggage written rrom a hotel at Kansas City, Mo nentionlng the name of Bonnie Parker and Clyde? Harrow. The woman, who wore a "cow- hoy" hat, told officers she had just been released from Jail at Carthage, Mo. Tills was verified by Carthage officers, who said she was an associate ot the out- law. an Knld hospital last night short- ly after the accident. The truck overturned after striking a brid'-i on a road sh; miles southeast of Knld. Freeman leaves his widow. up her homo, came Into tho court- room and flung arms aroum While the dollar failed the neck of District Attorney Ar dlately to adjust Itseit In terms of Jordan.________ other currencies to its new gold arty and brought tho child back :o Dallas. "I simply couldn't live without ray wife and Boggess, 411 year old unemployed tailor, Bald n a voluntary statement to ofll- cers who took him Into custody at the Dallas home ot a nephew, A. J. Lacy.. "I asked her to come back to me. for the sake ot tho child, bul OKLAHOMA CITY. March ers. aru work-i Congressional leaders Ing on three fronts In Oklahoma! confidence Of enacting thu leglB- to amend tlio constitution. Motion without undue delay niitt i The newest proposition Is for by the middle of May wllull ad- an old ago pension, proponents journment Is scheduled. [refiling a proposal offered last AS Francis sayre, assistant sec- June, when tho necessary names rotary ot state, explained tho were not forthcoming within the. UO days allowed. Likewise, advocates ot stato prohibition repeal, who failed re- cently In a drive for signers, are OfTHIIIE, Okla.. March city council early today called an election for March to vote on a water bond proposnl. francs to pay for the foreign gold have finally reduced the dollar so close to Its new exchange value that profit In Importing gold has largely disappeared. OLD l-'lnlfj' Knvors Heavy Sales Tax to Vlimnce Plan OKLAHOMA CITY. Mar. Veterans of Industry of America, headed by Ira Flnley. Oklahoma City, plan to petition President Koosevelt to submit the subject of old age pensions to con- gress. Flnley said the pension would bo financed by a 5 to 10 per cent manufacturers' sales tax. _ _ north of Konawa. Archer was driving Into the Semlnolu highway from a cross road. Investigators said his brakes were not working. He Ibtives his widow, two dau- hters and two sons. Students Select Mm. FDR Storrs. Conn. Men and wo- men of Connecticut State Collegs were almost unanimous In choos- ing Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the president, as thc greatest woman personality In a poll conducted by the college paper. They also agreed that a course preparing for marriage .should he given. goss, They ago, since Mrs. Mrs. been The shooting occurred at the home ot Mrs. Boggesses' sister. Mrs. W. H. Fortson. who was away at the time. Boggess and Ills wife formerly lived at Bon- ham, where his father, J. S. Bog- Is a Justice of thu peace came here several months but had been separated 7. Boggess said. Boggess and her mother, Julia Woodward. 76. had living at the Fortson homo KITK IX WIHKS; HOYS KfM-M BKITTON. Okla.. March young charges ot tin. Methodist orphanage were klllei today when their k'te slrlnu Ins came entangled In an electrl' wire In the orphanage yard. The boys are Cecil Hunt, -12 ami Carl Splva, 1C. Both wer knocked to the ground, dead. L. W. Seaton, the superintend cnt, began an Investigation i determine If the wire was ad< quately protected. proposed tarlft bill to newspaper- men, Its major provisions aro covered In these, powers granted the president: "To enter Into foreign trado to work with a second petition, agreements with foreign sovern- Gov. Murray, too, Is at It' ments or Instrumentalities thcro- igaln. He proposes to reorguu- .of, and ize the supreme court. I "To proclaim such J. F. Nlghswander. of El lleno.l Of existing duties and othor heads the old ago pension restrictions or such ad- palgn. The. hill proposed would (aitlonat Import restrictions aa put now taxes on lubricating, oil, are required or appropriate to clgarets, radios and _ fire Insiir- eurry out any foreign trado agreements." He said It Includes authority for the president to vary wxlst- Ing tariffs 30 per cent up or down, but this power would bo limited lo three years; thereafter returning to tilt tarlft commis- sion. It likewise forbids the chief executive to transfer commodities from the free to dultablo or dutiable to free lists. Speaker Halney said tarlft bill would be referred to ways and means committee im- mediately and expressed tho hopo that "we will got It ou'. In a reasonable lime so can It." "I consider this tariff probably the 'most Important message- the president has yet anco premiums and levy extra legal filing fees to finance month- ly pensions ranging from to for women and to for men. Each petition needs about 000 signers. It. E. Blanks today assumed he duties of superintendent of lie civilian conservation corps amp In Wintersmllh park. He was recommended recently, or the place after death of L. k. Urnly. first superintendent he camp, created a vacancy. The new superintendent M-en 11 resident of Ada for many ears, where he has been en- gaged In real estate business. has Lighted Cross Will Beckon To Easter Pageant stint to Kalncy addol. FIVE YEARS FOR SLAYING L'nvtrltten IMW Kails to Save l-'ather From Conviction LAWTON, Okla., March An electrically lighted steel cross, Hi feet In height, will beckon the multitudes this year to the eighth annual Easter pageant in tho Wichita moun- tains. The cross lias been erected- on top of the mountain where the passion play will be enacted. As In former years, tho pas- sion play will picture events sur- rounding the death resur- rection of Jesus Christ. MIAMI. Okln.. Mar. I-'or slaying his daughter's sweet- heart. Henry Estes. 48-year-old farmer, imwt serve flvo years for first degree manslaughter. Estes killed Dolmar Kugate. St. last May 25 after goliiK to Ku- gate's home with bis 18-year-old daughter. Jcaiietlc, who naaiiid Kugate as tlio father ot her uu- born child. The penalty was fixed by n ills-- trlcl court Jury after 10 hours' deliberation latu yesterday. Greater returns for the amount invested News Classified Ada." ;