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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY_NEWS NUMBER 17 WHERE DILLINGER WAS SHOT TO DEATH Aced Father and Brother Claim Body at Chicago Monjue and Begin Journey OTHER CllJB'SOIIGHT Officers Hunt Hidint; Places in Search of Further Infor- mation on Bandit CHICAC.O. l.illlnger -r looked nl today for Ho- liisl tim" since desperado wa- shot down. The meeting occurred In nnd.-i-takln- establishment side. While a crowd from to al'iiiil outside Indiana farm- son. Hubert, v the desperado' With tears llglllg eyes. I '01 torn fac" Tlio-e weie III. that escaped his lip to hold Lack Hubert. John's an arm around led him away. It was planned to start Ion- trip to the farra of the imilnger at MnoivsUlle .lu.l.. mediately. Outside the Inn home was the worn hears. which Irlp to Chicago th. nil on ot in per-ons milled 7li-year "Id and bis other I-.. I. II alone wilti hoilx. ulM.-nin- in his elder Dllllnger few moments at the Election Day Brings Burning i I Of) Decree Mark. 103 Marly This Afternoon (Ir..IN Today marks the -Ixteeiith con- iseciitiv day on which the gi.vcrn- i thermometer here has reach- ed the century mark or better. P.arly this afternoon It rccnrd- 1 ed a temperature of DM decrees and shortly after o'clock bad climbed to Ml decrees. Clouds early Tuesday li-ht sprinkle of ralndro iii-.m'ht on hopes and a few min- ute- of relief, to be followed by a ni-bt with little air stirring and ii remperatni'" that dropped ''heiow a waim S decrees. only i'" III" hall-brother, put the old man Ihc ld-r Im- i al In r.. hud made th.- .M-idav and In Tom D. McKeown Fails For First Time in Long Career To Win Own County I I'm the first lime ill bis political career Tom McKeown. I.-ran conuressmitn. tailed I" carry own county, belli i: ed-ed lout "by I'. I- C.assaway of Coalgate I in Tuesday's run-off election. _ 1 Official retuins from the 'precincts In this county show.-.! 'c.assaway with a margin of 'votes to McK'-own's 1.7M. McKeown was seeking re-nomi- nation to the office which he first wrested from William H. Murray. Tueaurs VOTE 10STE juin_ Austin R. Deaton Eliminates W. H. Ebey For State Legislature Place CRftlWFOROWTHOMPSON Entire Membership of Board of County Commissioners Altered by Vote Piintotoc county voters, unde- terred bv the extreme heal which prevailed throughout Tuesday, went to the polls and continued their sliuffllUK of county officials taking a hand also In the chnn-- In- about of state otflcers. While the total vote of Tues- day 10.S51, did not eru-al the record of 11.017 throe weeks hefor" In the first primary. H was nearer the other total than had been predicted. FIRE DEPOTIIENT HELPSJ TUPELO Ada lire dfpartment was call- ;ed early this iiiomliii; to Tupelo to help extinguish a lire that was making rapid headway after stroyliiK oni! building. When tin; Ada chemical truck arrived a 125-foot building bud already burned and the Humes were eating their way Into a two- I story building. i With the use ot chemicals and bucket brigade the. lire was halted after burning about 25 Tout ot tlie second building. Veteran Members of Oklahoma Delegation in Congress Shelved by Voters i VOTE NEMTCOMPLETE Observers of State Politics Ex- press Surprise at Unexpccl- ed Result Officials ment Consider ArrnnRC- to Provide For Possible Emergency City commissioners of Ada an; considering plans for making II convenient for farmers who live Jin this vicinity whose wells have The ranks of those who wore to set freo supplies of i campaigning for re-election lo hauled to their fered heavily. I'ontoloc county homes for home and stock use. turned over "a majority to I'. A number of cities In Oklaho- Coalgiito, who de- C.'issaway of Coalgate. who Ure assisting In this way at- fe-it'ed Tom D. McKeown of Ada continued extreme tempera- ".........'lures have dried up wells and nakln which he w.i- to o v to its inal rnd-r a MlM.-rlnu- sui take his boy governor. In I'.Hi- I Mis he we Afle I is. of s to make Its way over .ds which John IOUL: a-o spe.-de.l in blub Hardinu landslide of came hack two years late, to the place. lie lelt 111" theatre d Chicago thai was the scene Day by Day Happenings in Pontotoc County Oil Fields Point. Ind.. jail. In contrast to lh- thousands which milbd around th- county morgue for a lo >k al the body of U." bank robber only a dozen persons gathered at undertaking establishment w nillln-er sr.. claimed the bodv ol his son. The irip to lh- farm home ol the elder DilliMger at ville. Hid., was tr..... mad In Hie sum- worn hears- in w-hlc-i Hi" mild spoken father was diiv- rn to Chicago M by I.. 1 HarM-y. Moote-illlc iiudeital, -r. The sen ices were to lie held at the home of Mrs. Audrey Han-, cock, the slain man's si-ter. a' Maywood, an Indianapolis urb. several miles awiiy. Name-, ol Secret Feileral authorities, kept a guard-d secret the n.un" of the man. or men. whose pls- loN felled pillinger as he b a north side neighborhood motion plrture theater Sunday niu-lit. Publi-lied that the "imrgcr" wa Samuel A. Crowley. first assistant t" MeUin H. Pur- vis, head ol the d-partmeiil ol justii-e ii'ireau of iinesliualion 'here, weie deui-'l by Purvis. "Crowley was not the man who shot Dillin-er." said Purvis. Purvis refu-eil to say who actual l.ilb-r w.i-. iis-eiling that departmental rule., forbid Mich (l-rniil llallj) In the lichee Held are waltini: now on standard tools he- nire ahead with their drill- in L'. They are tin1 Manahan No. 1 C.as of 71 votes In II fficlal i-e'tnriis for the first vote. .1 day. j I ilacksl I oon-y. pii'l.-d by many as n'ri.bably run-off opponent of Me- Keown.' failed III :-et Into the tw man elimination campaign. Kills No. Seeking the ir.de.Mll-- by lederal agents_ and city I'olice were engaged ill a lio'us.-lo-hous" caiiva-s of tlie I.al.eview discict on the city s north side. Thev were hopeful that mi-bt oblaiu valuable liil'ornialion through of the bandit's personal effects. They had little hope that even if they did disciuer one or nil ot ;ln- hidinu places they wo ild nn- jinder of the lo'.t ..pieiit hank raids. Selieved. was in RESULTS IN RICES FOR STJTE OFFICES; State C.overnor- -K. W. Marland l.i. iiieiiant-C.oM'rnor I'.erry i.'Jiil. Secretary of State Cartel I III 1. Sliced Attorney C.eneral I'erris ...1 Williamson Slate Treasurer Hal rell 1.1 I 1 Hastings Superintend.'lit Instruction Vauuhan Murray 'J.S77. and InspiTlor U'm els P.odlue State Auditor Childeis I.'.." Insurance C.....mlssioner Hea tl'...... I ri.l.K'- ll.iiljl new locations are ante rumored in the .outheast of Ada, well, diilliin; Kiv promis. or Wirick are report.-d drill in Magnolia No. 1 Notfls, dnllin-' to the second Wilcox. I'ounn traces of water and is belli-.: pltl-.-j bad; to the Cromwell sand, when; a 'show' was found about tilMI feet. .Moore No. Wirick. In llnlshed a lisblim job on July I cleaned out the well and resum- ed drillinu in basal llnnton. ,1. C. Sliall'-r Inc. No. I A. .1. Harden. In found show In Viola Hm- and s-l cas- inu to tlie lime. The test Is now waiting on cement. J. Crosbie Inc., No. II Dawer- Harden, in topped Vio'.a lime at feet and Saturday had drilled :ni feet into the form- ation, limliir- well saturated lime. H N. Itlackstock No. I l.-wis, in r.'--'-7. had sand alter drill- ing Simpson for days. (Ir.mi Dililj) Deaner-Moore No. 1 Held, was reported today 1 U) feet in Woodford, bail- for congress from the 1'ourth district; rejected W. H. Kbev. veteran m.-mber of the state b'K- Islature. and completed revision of the membership of the hoard of county commissioners. Complete official returns from Pontotoc county's St. precincts showed a clear majority for V Stanfleld of Hoff. making his I third campaign for county at- torney, of tier their own water available to farniurs In streams. resources need. Although Pontotoc county has not suffered yet to the extent that many other counties have, the extended drought has wrought general damage and some hardship in this county ul- for county at- ready and If It continues will 40- vo'es ve Tur- brine about conditions similar to first race for those where emergency already TIIK VOTH At Inrce; of ireclncts: Will Kowers Henry S. Johnston Second district: 2'Jl out ot r, jireclncls: Jack Nichols__________Ufi.SS" Phil K. Oldham----------17.1'JK Third district: aU'J out ot Dl'J i.reclncts: Wllburn Cartwrlcht C C. Kourtli district: 3-IS out ot HIS precincts; P C.assuway----------lil.-ISS D. McKeown------20.DU I Sixth district: 2'J4 out "I precincts: Jed Johnson Jess Larson-----------------I'l.lSH Seventh district: I out ot precincts: Jim V. Klchth district: -lit! out ot precincts; Phil KefKUson------------11.321 J. M. i OKLAHOMA CITY. July i.Ti The defeat of three of Ok- lahoma's nine ri-pn-seiitaUvea In omce? arrangement here. with Trtltnan Harrison county nr-, A" where ney for four >ean. was ,.rs water with Ih" re- may be announced within the j, tloll (...als by foin others 'next day or two so that t an em-. ,mlltlcai enigma that ...raiMicy arises at farm homes. Ii this section the farmers beitten In the first John Iloyce McKeel primary by for county, Illil3[ Crnwfonl Out-votes 'rlioinpsc.ii Tal Crawford, former co'lnty Chnnccllor Dollfuss Wounded Or Slain by Revolting Nazi Group FftCTSlOUNOIl pre i. flnlslied well ahead of the ent county JudKe. Claude llilVIJ access to supplk'8. _______________w____________ Thompson, after a spirited cam_- jialtii. Crawford received n.lt- votes. Thompson l.fiill. J. K. Keel. present Judse. was ellmln- lated til the first election. Caldwell. Allen, finished ahcad of H. Mundy. 1'ecan i aiieao A No Wire Communication With i with U.....'j Outside World; President hatter's l.fM-K This Rumored Under Arrest p.v TWADK WKIINKI! lull-it I'lirrinn StHtl) well's second race for the place and Mundy's first entry Into politics. Cbes ISoberts, Incumbent, j lost out In the July vote for I Defeats Attempt to Reach Commander in Iso- lated Advance Station vMKUICA. Antarctica The defeateil congressmen nro .Turn McKeown. fourth district: ijlm V. McCllntlc. who has d.-p- 1 resented the seventh district .11 years ami U now a member ot ill.' powerful house ways and means committee. ami Swank, fifth district. Ttio fourth district nomination was won by I'. I- JudK.' from Cnalcat.'; l.v Josh I.ee. eiislcs professor of the of Oklahoma, and th fnlvorslty seventh Sam .Maculimale attorney. vetoiun Cordell In 1s- today at his; defeat a comeback 15. Johnson, of isi'.S. Johnson heat of mad eM-ltenient, civil- tm. run-off two years ami. l cried: the third district John Hall. ,mu.s Is dead'." lloff. finished In the lead, ahead .had 'just left the bull'l- of D. H. "Hah.- Davis, who two io the first primary on a "new deal" :u.i cover tin taken in Thai loot, they some satety ilej under an assune Tlire" KI Vs lie pocket asslstame In the s. on ordinary door a Yal- l.-y atnl lh ntly to a ch-st or er. Authorities sp. whether the loot Hater had dwindl dollars round on h lie wa.- -lain. I osit rent-d name. ml in to be ot search. was or another lh- thud appal'- or bur'1.in draw- Mli'.TON (JAKM'.U Milton (iainer. connt> of I'ontotoi coliolx. died this iilleroiHio nl n local He iiiiderwent a maiof opeinlbm I'nneial al i aimeeiiint-. had mil been made earl> Ihl- iiftenio.ui. Mis.. (Jainer anil I'liil iblldlen sill he. __ ow TU r, Corporation Commissioner Sbaxv Stewart Labor Commissioner Murphy I .i.iij. Smith Charities Commissioner Moore Mi. President Hoard Agriculture Cordell. I.II7J. Cook ._ Clerk Supreme Court --Pool Chief" Mine Inspector I. Huthert'ord -.1'.' i Kouef: i 7 1 Johnston "..I Confess, trd Ulst. 1 ii'io McKeown j 'state Kep. No. Deaton District Jndue Crawford 117, Thonipson I. I foiinly lletiirns .i County Judue-Johii Hoyre Me i Keel County Attorney KitiK .'.H'7. .'..I Sherlfl--Kaisei- t... Court Clerk lledford LM.. Countv Clerk--C.arner ...itl'l. I Treasurer--McCoy I Superintendent Steuall I'p.i'.OO. Co. Comsr. No. Caldwell i No. l.nis jjohnson Co. Comsr. No. 1....S, Davbi 1.1 today at f. el. No. I No: i i dei pest lest III 111" "I'.lber I. toiind water i" I lie Wil- cox' sand and will i'lu- hark to feet lo lest the Cromw'.dl sand. 1 H. I.. P.lai'K-locU No. 1 L-v.-is, ;in today was drilling feel, still in Simpson. will drill a tesi Itlier south soon, the No. 1 D.iw--- Hard-n in northeast o; southea.-t of northwest of Delaney and others ar- to 'drill NO. 1A Craddock in northwest ot soiitiieiist "I northeast of near the No. j Craddock now beinu cnuiple- led as an oil producer in the Seminole-Wilcox. Harry stock will be drllllnu- contract' r. pettv and others NO. 1 I correct i McMillan in soul h'.vi'st i of nor'hwesl of northeast of ls-se will spud tomorrow for Wilcox test. Jliilconlinent No. 1 Mowed about Sunday and the No. about barrels of Manahan No. I, reported and bailin-. Deaner-Moore Cray, in J -1, standard tools. In the Fills Ii' Wiilck in I'.'-'l-' this morning at n. II. I.. P.lacUstiick No. in 1II-J-7. had a lisliln- In near the .lobnston rounl> Milliuiin in 'Ho barrels i Milliuaii il. 1 ('.ray. in in Ih" Woodlord of nazls years IIRO defeated Hall In tin. which a! run-off. Hall received votes Davis' Mr. Hall has chief ot'i served on the county excis-l returns primary 1 Lewi job. Poiiloto Kll.eu. eminent had been -Hot (board. seriously M-ouuded 111 ;11 -trmiL-le. There was no way ol ....ilhr- into lh" chancellory to conforln or dispnne the report. O-lier officers. parently headed by Prince Krnst siarhemberu. vice chancel- lor, and with the apparent several e suffering Most to A. W. (Alvalil Oliver, i newcomer to tho political field. 'Culllns polled 1.2S5 votes. Oliver (llilate despite the otaie's ap- parent overwlu-lnilns vi-nllcl In i support of th" "new "eal" I" nominating Marland on July J without a run-off nec- U'ssary In th" rice. Vole a l-'nct'ir 1 When th" Oklahoma I and feet. I Duncan Viola lime. v. No. Justice of Peace. Ada. Culllns Oliver 'J. _ County ns 'J7S7. Constable Ada No. l-lllac-k I rr.itll I Interesting developments inarlv-. ed tin- past week in the oil held I of Ponlotoc county, both in t'nei lichee and Fills areas. i In the Ilebee lield, the .Mid-; No. 1 Mllli-an. in -Ti- Ti-l. continued to produce oil at several hundred bariels a day after initial How lat" the week before of l.ouO to HOD barrels. The companion well. No. 2 Mil- li'-an, futind production in the Viola lime. This well is an off- set north of the No. 1 Milli-an. Four wells In the lichee are.i are up standard tools may be drilled in tor completions-1 oil. during this week. Speculation Is; sield also lively as to the possible ex- ion of the Hebee Held as tho i In the Fitts field in southeast I Pontoloc county the H. I.. P.hich- I stock No. 1 Lewis in 1 I watched closely as a -oo'l prospect for another producer In inb was soon fln- isheil and drillinu- r. s'lmed at feet. J. L. Crosbie Inc. set pipe at f.et at Ih- No. n In :'.n---7 Monday. I'll" lo Viola lime, which had show of oil saturation. (Telephone I'Ollll I ween Vienna and world was broken alter the ultimatum least six men .re celved In 1. re- aid ten) wen.- street flslHlm: Q. tin- outside! tenant governor; Frank Ca off shortly for secretary of state; Mac deadline.) Williamson for attorney general: re- Huch Harrell for state treasurer; 'John Vai-Xian for state superin- tendent- John HoKers for exam- Hard was set -i -nod early reports President Mlklas had n into custody by fed- ers. but Itles: Harrj board of llrown for Poutotoc a bltlnK pale r In Its tracks lovtrnev, which ,'s undertaken liyrd. In his bis r I J resident Uoosevelfs veto of tl" "troubled j bv a "bad arm i asklim f.r tli" d-fcat coiiKresKinen volinu lo over- i rlil.- the veto. Yet four i.T tho.o. coiiKressmen have b.....i nated. while three w-r.' feoteil by Mronit opponent-'. It Is Interestlnc to tba. the conKressnu-n In Okl'ihomn primaries had served Inn-, terms. That was the also with W. W. Hasting, second district, who retired this leaving the nomluatliMi to Nichols. Kufaula. wlrj i I'hll K. Oldham. roun- ty attorney In eleclloti. SEIZE BMLOT M SAIM'I.PA, July armed ami mask Precinct of N'ew-by lllt'Il rOlllH'U A. 1- ''robs, irl hallot box and all commissioner 01 >-i..n- ....mmj Cordell for to Sapu pa wil, r No. At the Delaney and .No. '1 in U proiiuciuL- oil from th nob'-Wilcos, a packer wa used to force oil through recently Installed, reported at about hour. Near Allen th" Mexboma NO. liu'tler. in southwest of is about linn feet down. At '-1'11 feet the lest foiind a stroim and at feet a show ol 1 Walker, malorltles to Paul Stewart, maore ing for corporation commissioner. inuu'i I....... trail- hlBliway. tool; a the ballot box and addi- from them at them for up Just at Pri'duclion in barreN p-r earner, county cl-rl' of county, died W.-dncs PONTA Sayln-. "I'll see you in Septem- ber." Uep- W. Marland. the democr.ili'' nomln-e for -inver- nor, left last niulit for Washing- ton to seek approval of Oklaho- ma public works nnd subsistence homestead j.rojecf. Ada No. 1.745. Constable ton 1.IK7. Justice of Peace. J Cl-irlt W. H. Phillips 2U... Constable, Allen-Jesse Hay (fontlulled on I. esult of late completions. In the Fitts Held, the outlook continued encouraging. The De- jayed and others No. 'J Craddock in 25-2-ii continued to How from the" Seminole-Wilcox and ttibln- was run late In the week. Another well will lie nearby for th" iiroup by Harry IJlackstock, to be known as the No. 1 Craddock. IHackstock has announced a location in for a No, 1 Hard Henry NO. in a wildcat, is Noble Drillln- company wil. drill the test, which may to f-el. Mr. Henry said lul.- morning. sr. I Milton 1 Pout ot oc day afternoon about He had been !n had healtb tor a con.-iderahle period of It'll" land bad finally und.-rKOiu an j operation. Deceased was a pioneer of Pon- Itolo'c county, his parents haMnS I settled here before statehood. .Practically all of his life since linen was spent In and around i S-veral years a-o he wn.i .'iwlcn elect-il county clerk and and C.us Pool, running well W--, Honal tally sheets An-y .Mymj clerk crowd" thousand I'-'ohs, that the robbers' men and woiurn attended tin- Ada News election party add heard announcement by loud- speaker of county and statewide tabulations for hours. The deo manager. told by car had mine time, the pity fiillowed catchiui; limit''. "C.ive me all tin- election stuft you've cot or I'll blast you out !of one th" men said i Probst and election 1 Of further interest, r-1 of the "new deal" influence the vote. Is the fact that the. three newcomers, r.i.ssawi'y, Leo and MaKslnualo are not veterans i In the national poUtlcil arena. Will Kop-rs. rcnomlnated In t'l" .--econ'l primary over the veteran Henry S Johnson, former novcrniir. has been an avowed of the administration's new order ot covernineiit. As iiollllcal observers analyreil of the in Opinions vary as to whether i the Ulackstock well is still 111 the n and I (Continued, on No. 4) Surviving are bis children and other wife. Ki-vi relallv.-H. >ra i oiitcomt hoard offt i wt.ri> lo at- d they were at I replacement.-, to a. in several races and the >'i county bad been stirred by panipiilKiiln'-- On the streiiKth Ion, with a ueneral lef that the strain talKii was over. The stMieral election :all Is far ahead sense of re- of the cam- In months. LINCOLN. The heal wave Is bavins its effect on births as well us deaths. Dr. D- J. Ilowmait said It has been so hot In the average home and hos- pital that new born babies have had to be covered with Ice packs to prevent excessive tempera- I di-'ll" ace. and local political -..Itnalloiia the Incumbents "co'u- :ink- through" the of Ilia returns wa'' Brlstow. both dc county's warmest the 21 ii ballots 111 diimi had a- lead race. Without the stolen box of voles. of TIII.--.I, r-.-presell-. n'cresses and may b In tb ihiisou of Anadarko. Incumbent, regained the Uciuo- rratlir nomination. Most observ.'rs concede that, race. tl tho contests Is eijulva- No. 0)   

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