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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA FEOEiL STRUTS Judge R. L. Williams on Bench As Criminal Term of Court Begins COORTBOjfjRONGED Court Makes Rapid Disposition Of Criminal Cases Listed On Docket Federal court was for the first time In the new building today, with Judg< R. L. Williams on the bench fo disposition of a docket in the east crn district ot Oklahoma. Tin- courtroom, nol large, wa soon filled and I he crowd over flowed !nlo Ihe ball. Hy after noon, however, tin- press of pie had cleared somewhat as nil in her of cases were disposed of Attorneys, defendants, cnrlou alike thronged Into the courtrooi and watcln'il with Interest, or par tirlpated In the proceedings of th court. Disposition of capos this mori Ing was as follows: Dallas Ilarron. Kemlnole) county. Act of June 1919, pleaded guilty, continued to Pauls Valley in June for sentence. O. E. Crockett. Hughes county, Act of 1919, pleaded guilty, con- tinued to Pauls Valley for sen- tence. Owen E. Scmlnolo counly. Act of 1919. pleaded1 guilty, continued lo Pauls Valley for sentence. Ted Coberly. Scmlnole county, Act of 1919 pleaded guilty, con- tinued to Pauls Valley for sen-i tcnco. j Ted Coberly. Seminole county. Act of 1919 and revenue laws.' ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1934 SPRING'S BRUIN! NUMBER 50 HONGKONG, Mar. 14. (Thurs- rescue vessels re- ortcd early tciilay they liail saved ii" men from the 1'nited Stales iinbnal Fulton which burned in lias bay. fiO miles northeast of icre. It wan the IS" [imposed the complete ship's per- onnel. Tliu British II. M. S. Vlshart reported she ar- In iiort at a. in., with 139 nen from the Fulton Including 7apt. McIIenry and Ills The Chinese S. S. Tslnan reiiorted he had -IS members of the crew ihoard. They started for Hongkong rum liay with tile Fulton still burning fiercely. Another Ilrltlsh warship, II.M.P. Whltshed. stood by the burning afler a two-hour Journey from Hongkong under forced I raft to I lie rescue of the Ameri- cans. The r. S. P. Fulton and IT.M.S Wlsharl had both been on patrol duty against pirates In lilas hay Tlie cause of the Fulton's de Htructlou was not hninedlately re- ported. _ -k Many Defendants Arraigncc Today in Preparation for Criminal Term 'oung Farmers From -All tions of County Turn Out For Event INTERESTING PROGRflM Many Hard Fought Contests Between'Clubs and Indi- viduals Decided (I'rrnii Judge J. F. McKeol worked rap- 'Idly through ar. arraignment dock- et this morning in preparation for a criminal term of court which will probably begin March 2fi. Disposition of the eases was as follows: Cecil Hryant. petit larceny (ap- for trial. W. E. Drake and John Draki bench Reno. Hen Fain. SiMiiliiole county. Act of 1919. pleaded guilty, continued to Pauls Valley. Harry SP.TIIII and Mrs. 1. Scarhrough. Pontotoc county. Act of verdict of guilty, sen- tence deferred until later. Cecil E. Heed. Carter county. Harrison narcotic act. pleaded guilty, placed on probation. Cecil E. Reed and Floyd I., j Hlce, Carter county, narcotic act., pleaded guilty, placed on proba-, tlon. Edward William Mozinco. Ton-, totoc county, forgery, recommend-1 be whipped by grandmother. James Mlllett and John Moore. I Sfiulnoli' county, counterfeiting, pleaded guilty. HO days each In Jail. T. A. Starrott and Fred flay, Pontotoc county. Starrett five years In Loavenworth and "f Gay continued to Pauls Val- ley for sentence. T. A. Starrrtt. Tlllslmrg coun- ty, counterfeiting, placed on pro- bation. ogus ppcall, for trial. t Edna Sorrels, drunk ill public place (appeal I for trial. Francis Matdls and Eunice Mar- ;dlH, assault and battery for trial. Rich Warren, burglary In sec- ond degree, bond forfeited. Jim l-'raslor and Al Kemp, mur- der waived time. Owensby Wilson, maiming, waived time. Cecil Morris, larceny of an au- tomobile, waived time. M. D. Roberts, sodomy In two cases, waived time. I Lewis Nabors. rape second de Igrt'o, waived time. I Cecil Polk and P.arton Wright 'appeal from Justice of peace court for. trial. I Alma Iltirton. assault with In- 'ler.t to kill, waived time. i Raymond Edwards and liaruey Edwa'rds. burglary In second de- :gree. bond forfeited. I .liiii Welsh and Granvllle Par- ker, grand larceny, waived time'. I ICov lleaton. arson in second de- ign e. Waived lime. IProm MinilnyVi llnllr) Pontoloc county clubs belli their unnual rally and coa- sts Friday at Ada with the best attendance of 4-H members and their parents for the last three years. Promptly at 10 o'clock Friday intoning the meeting was oalled to order. J. 11. Hill, county agent, and Mr. Van Hyning, as- sistant agent, welcomed t h e groups. Mr. Van llyning dlrect- e.l Ihe activities of tlie day. Mrs. Jrssto Morgan, home demonstra- tion agent, and Mrs. E. Coll- ins, assistant, aided In handling tin- groups. In Ihe contests of Ihe day Fltuhugh club won first with th  ain't got no mustaches, but the> are out avaln' government by mustaches." The governor has copious mustache. The council, headed by Frank Horn of El Heno. will huvo Its. second Saturday. meeting at Tulsi This spring -.Lowing was a then some like zcphvrs permeated Sultana's rm-ky lair zoo', she emrri-" d for a. public vou've sues-rd it--the very newest wc.ollv newcomer. .Siillana's llth the dim li-hl If "ivo thro the iirst mild day icn sr in a Milwaukee bringing with thing In polar hears. Tlie olfspring bum In captivity, first ago, but not until in- tub thb peep at the otll- i. Kcrr Explains Method o Guaranteeing Normal Term For This Year More specific Information aboi the plans of Hie federal gciveri watershed between Sprlngbroolt j moni aid schools of Oklahoni and the Canadian river. I completing their work for tl MOITJ Work I.nter Was given out al a meetlii While Ihe road will not at' t Ells, central State Teache present be completed to the or bridge, It Is expected that within a short time the contract will be let for the remaining dis- tance and also connect with the Uyars road at Highway IS. NIlESTEfi Core Shows Oil and Pipe Being Run Preparatory to Bring- ing In Well BBEEJEKTlMEll......: Jacobs Well on Fire For Tune After Being Brought In 1 Tuesday Another oil producer tor tho Flits field Is expected lo bo numbered ninonc the successful wells of the urea when the Mana- han No. 1 Norris In SB of 1S-2-7 Is drilled In within a few days. The McAlester sand, a ducer In the Manuhan No. 1 Reynolds-Wagner well which ex- tended the Pitts field more than a mile northward, was cored to feel with a show ot oil In the core. Preparations were made to run pipe and cement the well and. It was said today that It probably be Saturday before well Is drilled In. Confident that the Norris woll will be a producer, those who have been watching Its procress are now speculating on whether It will exceed the first Manulinn test In output. will thu Dr. Stocking Announces Action Pending Negotiation For Settlement of Demands MEDIATOR HOPEFUL Ed Morrison, state high school Inspector, who is In charge ot handling types 2. S. 4. 'A and (i under the teacher employment set up. explained his pliiiu'. t'on- WheiV'co'mp'leted' this" road will j preliminary inoxes give a direct outlet for the om n (u accordaiice with I'ls fields of the Benee-Maxwcll sec.- Ion. and will afford a short other slate sup- Tym, 1 After Acci- dent, D. D. Mauldin and W. C. 1-lamilton Injured (I'rniii Ilnlly) Mrs. Stacy Ncely of Coalgate to Shawnee and north and west. ipians, this type Involving Practically ail right of way "tisji school terms and been purchased. The gradhig. om. Ulal of vital In- tereat lo teachers The federal gov said, guarantees normal normal lege and Coal county, with th-J extension force of Pontotoc coun- ty were entertained at a lunch- eon 'n the home of Mr. Mrs. i John Davis, south of Ada. was fatally Injured and D. D. Mauldln, Calvin, and W. C. Ham- ilton, Stuart, were seriously hurt lu an automobile accident about No Definite Announcement By "f Centruhomu 11 O'clock Tuesday night at a local hospital. Mauldln and Hamilton are In the hospital for treatment. ainful injur- Hamllton Is believed dangerously injured. His pelvis bone is broken and a ver- In the lower part ot his The gradlu ilralnage and graveltn? should bo completed by the middle of sum- mer or late summer at the latest. will make the eighth MsH 1030-31 term. radiating from Ada. I To be eligible to parllclpal this way- ,Ue noon hour as they pleased.-WO UMinilC ilf Visitors from East central col-j Companies Opcrcling In j .Mrs. Ncely died at Seminolc Field DIRECTI01F SEMINOI.E, Mar. II. Pending concilir.tion conferences I between representatives of certai and ertain their Ada Mauldln suffered les about the head. s. Pontotoc conn- placed on prot-a- 11111 forgery second di-giee. K set 101 arraignment first day of term. H. I.. Klepper, obtaining money by false pretense, waived time. Arthur Arnett, murder, waived tlmu and pleaded not guilty. ROBBER SKCTS Mrs. M. Itawl ly. Act of 1919. lion. F. J. McCauley. Pontotoc coun- ty. Act of 1919, sentenced to two years In federal penitentiary at Leavenworth. Ernest Forbus. Choctaw coun- ty Act of 1919. on probation. '.Mary HliOiop. Hughes county.! Act of" 1919 on probation. J. M. lleddlUKfMd. McCuitaln county. Act of on probation. Hafley Howe. Murray rounty. Act of 1919. of S100. SEMINOI.E, Marcli Hill Mclntosh, Pontutor county, j Charles "Pretty Hoy" Act of 1919. on probation. Floyd, long-sought Oklahoma out- J. H. KobiTtson. Garvin coun- shiny new au- ly. Act of 191 continued to oflicers said today, as y. 'a fruit of tlie recent WIiiKsboro, bank robbery. Two men believed to be W. A. Garvin coun- conlinued to Pauls Valb-y. 'I, E. Plttsbnrg county. Act of 1919. pleaded Frisco, secretary a conference it was to hold the l-Il camp jointly with Coal county club members as In last th'ree years. The Itvrds Mill Au thr the national petroleum labor pol-. if I Icy board, who Is arranging ncgo-: tlatlons between iin'1 :l e camp of thel gust 1 tlatlons between the oil compa- and duly authorized repre- Ir employers." will ID- at Ityrds .Mill i "jjuveral major oil companies and IS. .'operating in the Semluole Held Visitors at the rally Included; their willingness Mrs. Duvall. assistant state clunu with duly authorized leader; Miss Lemma MaloneyJ of their em-, district agent; Mr.. Green, district the federal mediator agent- Miss Sullivan, home dem-j "representatives of the em- onstration agent for Coal an, evidence of and Lee Craig, county agent their authorization to speak for Coal county. Mrs. Duvall, Mlss.tnu of such companies." Mr. Green are from I Set Forth and M. college Still-1 Federated unionists, demanding Social Welfare Director tricts County for Aid Distribution j In federal aid set aside for this purpose, a school must have made maximum efforts In its own dis- trict to have a full term, ami to have fallen short despite such efforts. The federal funds for extension of school terms will be paid only for teachers' salaries and t'.iore Dis- Wlll be nothing paid tor prior to February 15. and Oklahoma A. water. The Judging. visitors assisted In guilty, six months in Southwest- ern reformatory. El Heno. Hull? I Judge K. L. Williams wits near- Ing' the end today of the crim- inal docket which he took up for, disposition hen- Monday. Hi- will take UP a civil term of I was identilled federal district court Monday OL tni morning. March Disposition of cases from noon Monday, on has been as follows: John IJi'll. Lnlb.'r Smith. Sam- ui'l Hoyd and Frances Kubn. county, rrvenui- act of June ISO. of guilty, contluurd to Pauls Valley for sentence. Mlllard Wbitson and Iieulali Whltsun. Pontotoc county, act ot 1919. Mlllard Whltson two years j In federal penitentiary at I.eavi-n- worth. Iteulah Whltson two years In U. S. Industrial Insiltuie. Al- derson. W. Va. Mlllard WhltMin. Pontotoc county, oct of 1919, placed on probation. John Heck, llobert Horton. Odle Heck and Uryun Hull. Coal county, act of 1919 and reveiuu' laws, verdict of not guilty as to John Heck and Horton. verdict of guilty nnd sentence of six months "at F. S. Southwestern Reformatory at El IH'iio for Hall, verdict of guilty and sentence of iwo years at El Ueno for Odli Heck.' Georui' Phillips. Pontotoc coiin- oil I'age 4, No. FDUS IF1RS FOR WOODWAP.n. Mar. of four years' I in (Shine) Hush and Adam Rich- ettl. "Pretty Uoy" lieutenants, the cars (a Ford sedan and a Ford coupe) yesterday af- ternoon Irom George Fowler's au-J A sentence a-ency at Maud, paying prlsonment In the McAlester pui with ciirrrncy which j Jteiitlary was imposed upon at a bank as part JUT McCarty. former guard ,'hltesboni loot. Fowler said the men had thf> titles made out to Itush and Illch- I'ttl. and offlcers. after an Investl- asserted their belief the were tho 'Floyd associates. and P.lchettl are wanted on several charges of bank robbery. State operatives rushed hero from Oklahoma City last night wage increases, abolition of com- pany unions and cessation of al- leged discrimination against union workers, had set noon today as the deadline for their employers act. At that time they had expected to complete arrange- ments for a -IS-hour "holiday" on !ir> minutes' notice, should no (move como from the oil com- -1 panics. Dr. Stocking's statement today- was the first Indication ot any- Wnl-jthing more than passive resistance t the I on the part of the employers. He President Sees Danger Should Such Policy Be Adopted By Government WASHINGTON, March 14 (API Without mentioning dl. redly house action In voting for cash payment of bonus. President Roosevelt said loday there was danger In paying off government obligations in paper money In that It might lead to meeting running expenses of the government by such a method. The president expressed this opinion at his press conference as the house sought to send to con- ference with the senate the Inde- pendent offices appropriation bill Increasing by allow- ances for veterans and govern- ment employes. President Roosevelt said fears that once a legislative (From Wrilnrmlny'B Mrs. Dora Webster Cox, county director for the Social Welfare organization now in charge ot federal direct relief. Is rapidly Hearing completion of plans lluvnlg-tolcotne-niore-seiNsustalnlng w... be Hereafter .'''those who have up-, conference WASHINGTON, March 1 for program to aid rural families rellet i of the south now on relief to be- Other reports from the Fills field were encouraging. lellliiB of rapid progress in drlllliiK of olh- er wells, pointing lo more com- pletions in the next few days. Deaner-.Moore No. 1 Edwards In NW NE SE "t 27-2-8. Just across the line In Coal counly. was, reported at 1.000 feet al 8 o'clock Hits morning. The Wcst- helmer-Daube lest three nines lo the north was reported shut down. H. L. Illackstock No. 1 Lewis In NE NE SE of 19-2-7 was ro- poi-led today to be a 1.130 feel. t 18 Is south "of. the Manahan Itey-.. now employed. nols-Wugner producer, coverniuenl, lie Fleelborn No. 1 Ileynolds-Wac- to cue Mhool nor, offset lo Ihe noulbeut of the Manahan producer, was re-, ported at 850 feet today. John Mabee Is reported build- Ins rig for the No. 2 Lance In A new location reported today Is that of Cosby and Moran In the SW SW NE ot 30-2-7. for a Wllcox lest. Well .lust MrmiRlit In Fire at lire uenedum-Trees NO. 1 Al Jacobs well In 28-S-5. bee field, furnishes some excite- ment, utter Ihe well was brought In Tuesday. The well Is estimated good for 150 barrels a day. Damage lo drilling equipment and machinery was esllmaled at After the first report ot the fire, whose cause was unUe- lermlued. the chemical truck or tho fire department went to the well, ami when It arrived tho blaze was apparently out. However. It flared again as tho well started flowing and the bat- tle with the flames continued until about 9 o'clock Tuesday Vh'ree workmen received minor burns bul there were no serious Injuries. sui- Vi 'i A be no more giving out of piles at Ada except fop Ihe district. The county has been district- ed. Two workers will take care ot the liotf district, two at Stone- wall, two at Stonewall, two at Allen, one euch at Vanoss, ilebee and Francis and three at Ada. Investigators will call at the homes ot those who have applied for lieln, and about whom th'; or- ganization docs not already have sufficient information to determ- ine whether the family Is entitled to aid or has sufficient resources Inaugurated March 12-1 a at n in Atlanta between, Hopkins, federal admlnls-j and federal rellet officers 2 southern states. Announcement of the meeting was made by Ihe relief adminis- tration. As the demobilization ot civil works in the south Is finish- led the program will become ef- fective and It will he fashioned to give continuity to the cooperative measures of the federal govern- ment and states to relieve dls- Today the Manahan No. 1 rls test IB took the spotllpht field development NW SE of lfl-2-T; In ihc I- This iiiornlnR e the well was at feel and it was expected to rcach.the ter sand this afternoon or tonluhl. The No. 1 Norris is an otfnet to the Munahan No. 1 Reynolds-VyaK- i-rltf in an unsuccessful effort to trail the pair. Mar. l _ s. P. FreelliiK. former state s ittorney general, announced bis candidacy today for the Dcmo- cratlc nomination as congressmau- nt-large. Keport WASHINGTON, Match consumed dur. ing 1'ebrnary was reported to- day, by the census bureau to have totaled -tTT.SflO bales of lint and bales nf llnters, compareii with r.OS.OIM and for January and -111.- and for February last year. to the custody of the sin pending the completion of appeal bond. former guard was ted of second degre> ter in connection with a beating administered an of the hospital last year. Similar were dismissed after the Jury re- turned the McCarty verdict. Judge Wybrant said today. In- McCarty. he thought unions In the great area Since Monday night, labor lead- ers In the district have been ronvic- talnlng signatures of employes in man-laugh- 1 an effort to obtain the r.I per cent I val I approval necessary for negotlat- Inmau- Ing with the oil companies. In ho body which gets in the habit of paying debts In paper'money, there will be no limit to it. Once veterans are paid In such fashion, he believes It most prob- able that other workers war time munitions workers, the gov- ernment employes and others will demand with some Justice similar payments. Therefore, it was made plain that If the bonus bill should pass tin- senate it will be vetoed. people qualified for are to call for tTTcTr supplies. NEW COACH FOR TULSA LooUnbaugli Leaves Position With Capitol Hill School of famlies comprisingstrand- Agricultural and relief execu I lives who will the Atlanta compliance with section 7-A of the; oil code. More than fiO per cent of one large company's employes had Dimncr-Moore No. 1 Edwards In NW NE SE of 27-2-8. was report-_ ed at tcct this mornlnc. This test Is one that Is being watched with Intense Inlerest as success In Texas, jiocallns good oil production o u I s 1-1 would give an eastern outpost for ana, Tennessee. Oklahoma. Flor-ja six-mile stretch bordcrci on tho I d Georgia North Carolina, west by the cluster ot curlier com- 1 i .._____ signed this approval early today reported snrtencing McCar y. he i, WIW reporto.l a verdict of manslaughter tut ,n Therc aro r.fi first should have bet-n re- In the' area, turned. He criticized management consolidated. Carter, of hosptlal for requirin guards to care for more than violent Inmates. 30 OKLAHOMA CITY. Mar. 1-cent per quart Increase in retail milk prices here was agreed upon, effective Monday, by liroducers, bottlers and distribu- tors today." Milk delivered to con- sumers now is 9 cents a quart for ordinary grade. Including I T I. O.. Amarada, Uarnsdall. Shell Shelly. Phillips, Champlln, Empire Oil t Gas, Stanollnd Pipe- line, Oklahoma Pipeline, Tidal, Texas and Oypsy. Dr. Stocking, an economics pro- fessor from the University of TWO BURNED TO DEATH Mother anil Child Wves In Fln> In Pirlier Homo PICHEU. March CT> young mother and her two year old son died last night In flames which swept the family's two room home here ns a result of her attempt to kindle a kitchen lire with coal oil. The dead are Mrs. Christine Peace, 22, and her son, Dllly CiCTlC. 1 The husband and father, Ger- Texas, planned lo go from Semi-' pcace, a zinc miner, rescued nole lo Tulsa, thence to Washing- uls four-yearold son, Horace Neal. ton, returning to In poact, was working In a garden nhout 10 days for tho labor lllo explosion occurred, lereuces, .._______ OKLAHOMA CITY, Marcli 14. Jim Lookabaugh, coach of the 1933 champion Capitol Hill high school football team, an- nounced today he had accepted the head coaching position at Tulsa Central. No contract was signed. Lookabaugh will go to Tulsa next week to slart spring prac- Ice. He has been at Capitol Hill years, his term being undefeat- ed In twelve games last season. His new salary was not an- tottnccd. OKLAHOMA CITY, Mar. A. Cane, erstwhile vet- erans' hospital mental patient who confessed killing his wife and three children and led officers to the bodies, probably will be tried for murder April 16, prosecutors announced today. Greater returns for the amount Invostnd News Classified Ads, South Carolina, Alabama and Vir- ginia. (iltAM) LAlc AI-TKK IHCYCI.K TIIKKT IMlllr) Eugene. Willis will face pre- liminary hearing Friday, Marcli on a charge of grand larceny growing out of the recent theft of a bicycle belonging lo Kent Holpkemeler, SOI E. Fif- teenth. Willis was arraigned before Sherwood W. Hill, justice of the peace, and pleaded not guilty to the chrrge. The bicycle has recovered. OKLAHOMA CITY, Mar. blanket 11 per cent wnse Increase for Oklahoma Clly muni- cipal employes, effective April 1. lias been approved by the city council. Tho Increase will be a restoration ot a cut made lust fall. pletlons near Franks. H. L. Illackstock, et al.. No. 1 Lewis In NE NE SE of 10-2-.. was reported early this afternoou al 700 Fleetborn No. 1 IlcyiioIds-WaB- ner. In NE SE SE of 18-2-7. offset to the Matmhan producer, spudded In Monday night. HlK was repoite.1 completed for he M. S. Hughes test In NW SW of 20-2-7 OH land formerly a iart of Ihc Collins Institute, for inanv yearn a Chlckasaw boardlnc. school, until Its dlscontlnuanco some years ago. In Ihe Ilebee Deancr- Mooro No. 3 Lakes In SE SW NB of 25-5-4 was reporled rigging uu standard tools. National Ollwell Comcntlnje company reports cementing for the Los Angeles Petroleum com- pany well In NE RE of 3C-C-4. Bo- bee field, al feet where a good show of oil was found. This well is said to cxlend the field (Continued on Page 4. No.   

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