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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1934 NUMBER 21 House Leader Dies OFJTTS FIELD Leaseholders Approve Plan Drafted by Operators' Committee For Area DRILLlLINllTEO One Well to Ten Acres For Production Below Top of Orclovician TWICE BITTEN, TWICE SHY OF SNAKES pjfjj OFSTftTEGETS GnEftTEST End Comes Unexpectedly to Speaker of House Suffer- ing From Pneumonia III CONGRESSTO YEARS May Nominate Wife, Who j Served As Secretary, As Successor Henry T. Uainey. of Illinois, I speaker "f the liollse of represellt- I of the national congress nil I and dean of representatives in lenuth of service, died early Sun- day night. As speaker, Ualney had an Important part in the legislat- ion of the last congress for emerg- ency relief and long-tlmi I Deal" program. I-C.IIM At a meeting tills afternoon at till- AldlldlM- hotel leaseholders In the Fills lii-lil or I hell representa- tives adopted a plan tor develop- ment of the held in accordance with regulations of Hie fedeial administration and the planning anil co-ordinating hoard. Some of the leaseholders wore not reprej-enied lull a majority .if those with holdings in Ihe Held wet.- present or hail men I here. The plan was drafted liy an operators' committee, nf wlilrli J W. A. llelaney ot Ada Is i-lialr- inan. llelaney pi.-sided at today's meeting. The inelliod to he used provides lor designation of Hie John Kills Held Minllieast of Ada In Include I'J seriiniis in 2N-7K and tour and Hi......iniainr M-I-HOIIS In as Hie prol.alile productive area. One well to each 1" acres to ho i centrally located iheieon Is Hm j limil established by Hie plan. Pro-] diiclinli Is not to exceed aJlowablo iniotas set liv the .state corpora-- Mon commission. All horizons l.t- -Officers an Inton-iv. Inw the tup of the Otdoviclan aru'search for considered as one under the plan Thackorville cnnstabl, WASHINr.TON. Aug. I The funeral of Speaker Henry T. I Ualney will be lield late Wodnoa- tday aflernoon at Carrolton, 111. The body of the speaker, who idled last night In St. Louis. >vill leave that city Wednesday i.iorn- Ing for Carrollton. The funeral will lie In the F.plsonpal church ami burial will be In the Carroll- Ion cemetery. The plans were made known here today hy Mrs. liainey in n telephone versa Hon. Final arrangements will be made tomorrow when Kenneth Uomnoy, sergeant at arms of the house, arrives here by airplanti from II.million, Mon. The senatorial and congression- al funeral committees will tit' named then. WRECKED Four Take Car From Man Who Offered to Help Them And Kick Him Out Wet Grounds Permit Fall Gardens and Sowing of Wheat FERfl TO SPEHJP WORK TWO BMHffi ROBBED Subsistence Homesteads to Be i One Bandit Said to Be Badly John Smith. Thac.kcrville Con- Henry T. Ualney. stable. Was to Have Been Tried for Slaying Sheriff ST. LOUIS, Aug. I.T) picturesque, of represeii- MAIMKTTA. Aug. 20 a John Smith. former as one under tne plan] i narm-i -iftei of development. i Smith had Production of oil and gas Is to', for his trial on a charge of mr.r- be without waste. Kach well is to doring Sam II. Uandolph (.t set a minimum of 500 feet of Mir- 'county. face pipe, to be cemented by a! District Judge John II. process that will completely firm-'ordered Smith's late cement around Hie siring of forfeited and surface pipe. Oil shall be produced only through tiihinu, whose Inside di- ameter Is not to exceed 1-2 Inches. Ili-fore presenting the plan. Mr. Delaney spoke briefly of the ear- ut Her plan for development of the' llnnton lime, as adopted January i; and approved In February of this year, slating that the new plan "for tho lower horizons fol- lowed the earlier plan. He outlined briefly the story of finding of oil production In the Fltts lield. Discussion followed reading of the plan and some amendments were adopted to further clarity the provisions and references to formations Involved. Anyone can lodge a protest with "the oil administrator or the planning and coordination com- mittee before approval of the plan by the petroleum adminis- tration, and a hearini: will be set for each such protest. Uay M. Collins, of Ihe plan- ning "and coordination conimiltei speaker of the house tallvos. Is dead. Apparently on the road to re- covery from an attack of bronch- ial pneumonia, ho suddenly devel- oped angina pectorls last night and died at p. m. as three physicians. hastily summoned, stood by, unable to lid him. To-j failed to appear today would have been bis seventy-] of ini-.r-: fourth birthday. j Tlie speaker's unexpected pass-1 Ina brought expressions of dool'j sorrow from political leaders In all parts of the President Koosevelt on down. The president called him "a j humanitarian whose line patriot-1 ism thought nrst of all of what he conceived to be the well be- ing and Interests of the common His rl-lit hand swollen and mottled from the venom of a five-foot r-iitlexnake which be allowed to bite him to prove that faith would s-ivo ills life Albert Teester. North Carolina mountain preacher. Is shown here 'in Charlotte. N. C.. as he declared that he would not undorlo the orde'.l asnln. "unless the Lord told me to do was deluged with telephone calls from nil over the country. asking him to conduct revival ____ S'JSTELL KILLED bond alias Ben Young Pleads Not Guilty To Charge of Murdering Stonewall Druggist issued an -.variant for the defendant's ar-, rest. Hall was increased ti- OIlO. i The action came as n dlMinrt surprise. The defendant's own :il- tornoys saiil they were .islonlslie.l his failure to show up. Frank M. Dudley, assistant at-' lornev general assigned I" case as a special prosecutor, said it had been expected Smith would nppcar and that he bad been seen as late as last Friday. A largo court room crowd gasped when the news became general property. Dudley said there was one re- port that Smith had gone to ISono last Friday to see a wit- ness. Court was adjourned unUl afternoon on tho possibllitv lli.it the defendant might reappear or lie arrested by that time. II.1 had been fro" on bond for reveral Weeks. Sheriff Uatidolph was shot to I death nl Thackervllle last M.iy. 'and it was believed at the time 'that 111 feeling over the division the arrest of His predecessor as speaker, vice president John" N. (Junior, was "shocked speechless." Leadership of the next house is In doubt as a result, of the deatn of Mr. Kaiiioy, but Representa- tive Joseph W. Hymn of Tennes- see, who helped him put through. Hie "must" legislation of Presi- dent Hoopevelt's program In Hie last congress, is prominently men tinned as his successor. From Senator William II. Diet- erlch, (D., a close friend of the speaker, came the suggest- ion that the widow, for years hor husband's secretary, might become the democratic party's choice for ;the bouse seat held hy Mr. Halney since except for term fol- lowing the Harding landslide of (I'niin Monthly'" IliillM P.on Young this morning plend- l not guilty to nuiruor charges led after Hie fatal shooting at tonewall Saturday night of Krn- "t Anstell. Stonewall druggist ind husband of a sister ot Young. Youii" was ordered by Justice Sherwood HI'l bold without bond to await preliminary hearing August 27. for Anstell Preliminary Later on Charges Of Murder of Charley La- mar Tuesday irnim Tliiiniilny'n fliilljr} Kverett Maylleld pleaded not guilty tills afternoon to chaws of murder growing out of the, fatal sbootliiK late Tuesday evenlns of C. I.. I.amar. like Maylleld a far- mer near Ilebce. Justice Sherwood Hill, before whom Maylleld was arraigned. AM not set date for preliminary hoar- Ins as I.uclan I.amar, son of C. L. I.amar, who was wounded just after his father was killed. Is In serious condition at a local hospi- was present, as was Mr. Alden or of credit for the I' S. Ceolouical Survey.' leg.-d slayer played a part working with the oil lion oflice. I'.oth took part in tin discussions. said Smith apparent- ly was bitter because ho felt That Hie sheriff had apportioned too much credit for the capture and purported confession rf Hudgins, arrested for the rilling Trowhrldge. a naval of- rip'of S. J. Trowbrldge. a naval of- JH 'fleer, on a motor trip llirr.ugli i jj, Kansas. Hudgins. I was apprehended by Smith, and 'n-cinrt Meetings Held AHC 18 H> Drlegalcs to County Meet ISherlff Kandolpli Iced that th  that I brought some Jam. wlilcl liked so well. Hut something told mo that he would not last much longer." The body will be cremated. In accordance with a wish Mrs. i Kainey said her husband had of- ten expressed. Funeral arrangements proba- Ibly will bo completed today when I Senator pietorlch goes to Carroll- 'ton to confer with Mrs. Ualney Mr. Ualney died peacefully. Dr H. W. Sopor, physician In charge said. He was conscious untl just before the end. Tho speaker had showed stead} gain since being admitted to hospital Aug. 1 Ills Improvement Funeral services were scheduled for this after- noon at o'clock at the Ma'.i- tist church in Stonewall, Hev. Milo Arbuokle of Ado officiating. Ilurlal will be ill Uosedalo ceme- ,ry hero with the American Le- sion in charge of Hit funeral. The shooting Is said by county jlng the night. rf fleers to have occurred about I The shooting Is alleged to have o'clock Saturday night as i occurred at Mayllelds home Austell was preparing to his drugstore. Two bullets from a special struck Anstell. om abdomen. Ihe other tal and Is not able to appear as a witness. Maylleld Is being hold without bond. The younger I.amar was dan- gerously wounded In the let! shoulder and chest. It was report- !lt tllt. hospital this morning I that ho had routed fairly well dur- chuo jth' where Lamars had gone in late eve- llst fight several Pushed Along With Other Relief (Br The Prtu) Soaking rains, In many sections not seen since spring, broke the worst drouth In Oklahoma's his- tory Wednesday. The parched central section, which had received no benefit from recent showers In other areas, got a near-deluge of almost three inches In the early morning hours. lletween 2 a. ni. and S a. in., the total In Oklahoma City was 2.70 Inches. Kxcept In the southernmost counties and parts of the pan- handle, the rain was general at an early hour. It came too late to benefit crops that have burned and shriv- eled for weeks, but It was of un- told benefit to pastures already overstocked with drouth-starved cattle, and replemislied danger- ously low supplies of stock water. County agents said the rain meant there probably would be plenty of forage and that fall gardens. If planted now, would mature. The heat was that has forced temperatures In some localities to near the 120 degree level also was broken effectively. Most readings this morning were In the seventies. I-'KHA Work The break in the drouth also opened the way for the KHHA to proceed with Its widespread rural rehabilitation program, through which It hopes to place nearly 000 families back on land leased and equipped by the government. As this was being worked out, K. W. Marland. the democratic nominee for governor, conferred with President lloonevolt In Wash- ington In an attempt to obtain further relief funds for the stale.1 He left the conference confi- dent that more money would bo forthcoming, and said, the state probably would get quick allot- ments for four more subsistence homestead Oklahoma City. 1'oncn City, Ardmore and McAlestcr. One already has been arranged for Tulsa.. The heaviest rain early today fell In the central and eastern sec- tions, although such cities as Al- tus, Anadarlto and Hollls wore not In on the fall at first. In the I'onca City area between one-half inch and 1.70 Inches fell, Injured; Identity Not Established OLD FOUT, N. C., Aug. men In a machine-gun laden sedan wrecked their car near here early today, command eered a passing machine at the point of pistols, and contlnuei their dash through the night. The desperadooH were nearly an hour on their Journey afte the wreck before the owners o tho car they commandeered. I) Rioting Expected in the Fertile Salt River Valley at Any Time WASHINGTONlNXIOtlS Tokyo Appeals to American Reputation For Justice in Crisis PHOKNIX. Ariz.. AUR. The federal government tool; steps today to prevent poaslKIO violence against nearly l.UHO Japanese ordered by while fr.rm- ers "to get out and stav out" of the fertile Salt river valley. Oov. It. H. Moeur was by the state department tn pre- vent happenings "which would create difficulties In the relations Scott Illanton of Charlotte. N. C.. j tju, united .states atia and his son. were able to walk The governor was Into town and notify oflcers. to make n public They came upon a wrecked today, car two miles from here, they) county officials went ahead lo enforce tho alien said, and after a wrecked here, they! passing It they! stopped and turned back, fearful ,nw someone may have been hurt.: One of the four men pointed to! a figure on the ground and "He's pretty badly hurt. Won't i you give us a lift to a I yon give us n mi The Injured man was placed l Ihe car. and tte other throe gotj f In. They produced pistols and) 'owle iHHtr c are not native Americans owning or leasing agricultural land In Arizona. It was the asserted violation which led to u i-i-.ms while farmers In dlslrlct last week i.nd ordered the Ulantons from the1, their ultimatum oywW car. They then drove on at would enforce Hiuieil Violence I't-nrt-il Miu-liliif iiiniM I" distance telwphono Sheriff O S. Adkln, notified! conversation with Attorney by the Iliantons, found the oral Arthur L. Laprade. n wreckod car filled with machineisenlallve of the far east relations guns, sawed-olt shotguns, pistols division of the state department and ammunition. was understood to have warned The other car. driven by ne-.that violence hero might preol- groes, also was wrecked, but pitate serious trouble for Amorl- none of Its occupants was InJnr-JcniiH living In Manchuria, cd. I William Phillips, acting j.ocre- "They were going 30 miles of state, telegrapr.3.l tho hour when they hit us." one no-] governor, "I um confident that gro said. (you will use your authority to- Pollce said the bandits preventing any unlawful or traveling In a light sedan (1H291 treatment of Japaneso North Carolina! Ford) carrying a license plate. Thoq Bald they had established that the car was stolon late yesterday In the vi- cinity of Hot Springs, N. C.. about 75 miles west of here, near the Tennessee state line. At least one or more of the bandits was injured, probably seriously. In the crash, police said, and would require medical attention. After commandeerlngjence. the Ulnnton car, the bandits headed east. nlng following a fist fight Uy btmenttlng pastures In the Colt hours earlier between John La- OHUKe aml Kay residents." "The Japanese government bus already approached me wlt'i re- gards "to this situation." fie icc- retarj- said. County Attorney Itenr. L. Jen- nings, who said JapHii'Mo culti- vate about 8.700 acres In the Fowler district, expressed conn- there would be no vlo- May Ilnndlts ill in the the he 'mar, another son ot the slain man, d.'ntul Maylield. Death was instantaneous, accord-j Location of a brush arbor for a j religious meeting is said to have revealed tud.iv I boon the cause of the list fight which led to the tragic events ing to reports, had been is to the cause of the slavi Austell is survived by widow. Mrs. Agnes Aust.-ll; middle and daughter Shli'h our sisters, Mrs. Fletcher Snipes, Mrs Walter Pike. Mrs. Paulino Amentia and Ml-s Willie Anstell; wo brothers, Hub and Arthur Anstell. and his parents. Mr. am" Mrs. U. H. Anstell. county sections. SNOIWER5 FULL IN OKLAHOMA CITY. cast in Iht last presidential elec- tion. Davison was unable to get a ruling from stale patty beads on how the four new precincts in Via. born of re-division of pre- cincts lines last spring, should go about electing delegates, as then- Is no means of ascertaining how maiiv votes were cast within t'n boundaries of each two years he urges all Interest-1 until Saturday Democrats to come t" the food or water. county convention, when1 no coii- j Tom toms wore teal.- over seats are expected. tin and yesterday loomed especlal- ntuht, however. developed and (arduous, three day dance. summnncd a door supervisor. "Cheyenne set little rain. railed Dr. Sopor and two said Charlie Lorn-man, a brave. attack show- -as so swift that medical science or that climaxed the rare "ani- mal dance" of the Cheyennos a week ago. Aged chieftains entered a core- It has boon a long time since the commissioner of finance has been rushed with building per- mits, but business has picked up a little in August, according to the records in Commissioner Chamberlain's office. Since the first of the month penults totaling JS.100 have weather gods blew not: while this is not an and cool on Oklahoma today. j total the commissioner Northern counties enjoyed com-; states that It Is far ahead of any- fortable temperatures while jn months, tral nnd southern portions tered. It was KM', yesterday in I n Oklahoma City, the hottest Aiu-jJ L list on record. C.uthrie od I Scattered showers fell Sunday night in the relieved area. Tnl-i.i I had a refreshing rain. While Ok- j c llve.i throe lahoma City's minimum last narih three-fourths of night was S2 degrees, Woodward. Alva, City and other north- ern communities had approximately 21) degrees monlal topee last night three day preparation of was could do nothing to aid him. Stocky, with Mowing white; hair and an ever-present flowing I bow tie. Mr. Ralnoy was a .soft- leader who could crac.cl lower. Slightly cooler weather was predicted" for tonight and Tues- day, with partly cloudy to cloudy conditions for even the central sections. south- stalwart young braves dance from sundown Wednesday evening without for a ispoken manded. Dean Denn Of of the House house. having served longer than any other llv- Ing member, the i became Speaker vetoran liberal on March 4, IIAUTLESV1LLE. Okln.. Aug. ..o__ M. Holllman. 71, father of State Representative John M. Hollimaii. died here to- o'tber survivors Include the widow, a son. W. Cone Holllman. Ilartlesville. and live daughters. three of Itartlosvllle and Mrs. II. H. Ownes. Tulsa. and Mrs. J. Uert Itooth. Wichita Falls, Tex. braves, their naked bodies pal oil with the sun. moon and stars.] In a big arbor ofJsI'lInK stilled for camp must bo quiet until the darner of Texas 'became vice president and pro- the dance In a big arbor of sreen boughs. slonR of house, one called specially by President Roosevelt on taking office. Although of pleasant personal- tlnips bitter In- CHICAC1O. Aug. Virginia Van Wle. of Chicago, easily captured the Western Wom- en's golf derby today with a 72- liole total of shots. The national women's cham- pion's successive rounds were 76-S2-S2. Hy. ho was at debate and during bis early car- eer was known as "polson-tnngtt oil" because of his caustic re marks In committees and on tho (Continued on Page 8, No. HOW GIIIL COiHEl SET Judge J. F. McKeel Is having a docket of non-jury cases prepared 'a milt' east of Ada loft some ears ;of corn at The News Office that are highly creditable for this 'year of drouth. H Is of the Yel- _____ Dont variety and was plant- reported a light 'od about April 1. Mr. nrown 'states that he has some 10 or 15 lucres of It and that he will get 'about bushels. Besides the corn he has raised good crops of potatoes, hesarl, feterlta and other crops that put him In an enviable position In j comparison with many other fanners. a term called for September for 4. The first part of the term will be occupied with motions after which the cases will be taken up for disposition, the judge states. Everything I am I owe to hon- est advertising, says Sally Rand. There's one case where the bare Heavy nt Slmwiieo Shawnee had Inches of rain with the mercury at for thu first time In a hundred days. Ilartlesvllle's first "real" rain of an welcomed by farmers, gardeners and stockmen, and was believed to assure a water supply for rural schools. Most of the northwest, with the exception of the panhandle got a good rain. fcnld, Falrvlew, UlU City and Woodward had a half Inch, and Clinton and Alva an Inch. Stock water was reported replenished, and feed and gardens will be planted. Wheat will be seeded for early pasture. Other Places Other rainfall reports Included: Kingfisher, 2.50; McAlestor. 1.10; Ilrlstow, Chlckasha .18; lllackwell, .SO; Muskogoe, .25; Ada, 1.35; Wewoka, 1.25; Cherokee, .51. Lawton, Modford. Taloga, and Cheyenne, and Arapaho received while light showers fell at Frederick, Hoburt, Cordell and Duncan. A slow, steady rain fell at Sa- pulpa, Stillwater had a good fall and It rained nearly all night at Pawhuska, for a total of about an Inch and three-quarters. fiuymon. In the had no rain, although three Inches fell 40 miles away. In Kansas. Ueavcr shower. Holso City had no rain, but cooler weather. In Oklahoma City the rainfall was greater than Hie total for more than throe months. It also was the heaviest single downpour since December, 1332, when :1.10 Inches fell. The total for May, June, July and the first 21 days of August here was 2.22 Inches. Tokyo Supplanted TOKYO. AUK. zona today supplanted Manchuria as Japan's principle trouble stone. ATLANTA Aug. the afternoon newspapers devo- llco ot't'he southeast wore on tlns a great deal of spi-ce to the alert today for two gangs of ban- difficulty between Americans dlts who held up hanks at Clay'and Japanese farmers In tlio hail ton na and Malnne. Fla.. and river valley. escaped with more than J5.500, The developments In Arizona In cash. I eclipsed even the squabble wittl The bank of Malone was held Russia over the Chinese Eastern up about noon yesterday by two railway as a topic of editorial unmasked bandits who fled In a comment. bl'ick two-door (Ford) sedan Officials welcomed the action bearing a Georgia license tag. ot William Phillips, actlns ?ec- The men took In silver and of Mate" nt Washington, currency. Sheriff W. F. Chanv'wno tt telegram to th- Arl- bllss requested officers of All- governor urged tnp.t UiU bama, Georgia and Florida to jaminose farmers there bo nro- look for tho robbers. tected npalnst violence. Phillips' At Clayton, five bandits neat- mcsBaRO was regarded as evl- tored tacks behind them In tlee- tno united Slates Ing from the bank of Clayton af- B0oks to prevent tno ter taking between ami frmn becoming an in- They were traced as lmt the forelsn far as Cornelia, r.a.. bui morn offlce (s Wlltchlng developments their trail was lost. anxiously. i it was dlscloood tlw. In scelt- llng the old of the American state 'iK-partmont charge d'affires Full" on instructions from tho A ot ofrlcc gald. We are depending. tho Huff goodwill and fairness of the Uni- to thai i sriflls OF County Superintendent not de- of Pontotnc county are cutting their summer terms short so that the children can pick cotton. Some have already closed and still others will close this week and next. The superintendent n office Is busy at present making out the i Mtgust apportionments to VEUNON, Tex.. Aug. various schools. The per capita of Three of the most notoiious state money for the month Is 15 nt large In cents and the county money is were credited UtlON STATION POTEAU MAN DEAD truth certainly paid. Greater returns Tor tho amount Invested Clarified Ads. It. II. Smith. Well Known In Knst- urn Oklahoma. POTEAU, AUK. n- Smith. Hfi-yenr-old gin operator. Hod at his homo here today after an Illness of two weeks. He came to Potenti from Monroe. Okla.. whore he also had operated a col- ton gin, 16 years ago. The widow, a daughter, Mfss Llllle Smith, and two brothers, L. C. Smith of Wlster nnd A. L. Smith of Monroe, are survivors. The Oklahoma City reservoir, 25' cents. The superintendent Is of the opinion that the finances of the school for the coming year will be about tho same as last year. COMPLETWffl PROJECT The CCC project at Wlntcrsmlth park Is nearljig completion. The v.s) tho. soatli- today wits robbing the W. n. Hoffman til- ling station here of Martin Lowke. attonl- ant. positively Identified pictures of Raymond Hamilton and bo (Perchmouth) Stanton as ibuso ,of two of the robbers. The third 'man Involved fitted the descrip- tion of "Blackle" Thompson, who escaped with Hamilton from Ihu i Texas penitentiary July 22. The robbers drove Into tho sta- night In a black (Ford coach bearing Oklahoma Lakeoveho or e two lnc U reported, will They ordered The Tulsa area got light show- be finished this week. The aniphl- uml then pulled out pistols ors at an early hour, with skies overcast today. C.uthrie's downpour was 2.2B inches, but skies showed signs of clearing. Miami had a tenth ot an Inch of rain. Capital Celebrates OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug. City put on uu impromptu frolic at 2 o'clock (Continued on rag" Oi No. 0) theater Is in the final stages and.nlul roohed the station. with additional stone masons and carpenters on the Job the bath house Is beltiR rushed. an eight-Inch water main convey llyrd's Mill water to new bathing pool. will the An InvestlgntoVwIth little tine to do finds that the blond Is on her way out. And that scratilng nnlso Is the other guests ap to follow her. The three outlaws then forced Lowke Into the car and took him several blocks down tho street before roleaslns him. In the front neat of the car was the robber identified as Hamilton, drlvlnp. Beside him was the man bulleved to be Thompson. In the rear seat was the man thought to be Stautou. Ho did not get out during tlw robbory.   

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