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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1934 NUMBER 28 GftLLEB TO MEET ftT Attorney Announces Intention Of Carrying Case to Court Immediately LEHMAN WILL SIGN Announces Intention of Sign- ing Order For Removal Late Today IE CUT TB HEAR INDIAN CASE New Orleans and Held As Participant in Plot liriiini H.iupunanii, announced today that Governor Lehman sign :m order eMradltlng ILinptmann New Jersey lat" lo.lay. bill that llauptinann would "Fight to the end" In the courts. Fiiucelt made his announce- ment after ii conference with the gin-error and his counsel. Chnr-j les 1'Olettl. I llaiijitmann'.-' counsel said lie] apply loiuorro'v morning: lo Ilriinx county or su-l preine i-oiirt for a writ of habeas, rorims whlcii if granted will, ill stay the evtra- illlion order ii-iuporarlly. lie h'' did not nnk the governor for a hearing for bin client, who was Indicted In New Jert-ey last for Ih.....order or I he kidnaped Lindbergh baby. "Governor Lehman told me." be said, "that he was ready to grant the reiiuest of New Jersey thiit llaiiptmaiin be sent there from New York City lo fare trial for the aliducllon-murder." "I did not asl lven to Miller. 'the Sons and DaAuhters who are interested ill perpetuating the 'traditions and memories of the Confederacy. To make plans for carrying out the work a committee was ap- pointed consisting of Paul Nor- worth of Bollver, Mo., was re i-ell Joseph Anderson. Walter'leased lu Kansas City by I-loyd Ill-ick   Policeman Gallt died today, fa- tally wounded in tho hall of bul- lurscives ui-jites which killed Klnj; Alexander cannot bor-'of Yugoslavia and Louis Barlhou. tax ourselves Iti- We into prosperity. cannot sncnd ourselves Into Firemen Have Been Building Truck to Fit Needs of Local Department When the siren atop the city hall sounds Its clamorous wall to announce a fire call, a new truck, speedy, the lire camp Sunday. 1 o'clock ill tin1 November court house asslns were Charles Arthur bright red and (lashing out of 1 nient quarters 'equipment. Although the final touches 'have not been .put on truck has been In rendered 116-2N-9E, fiO acres, Friends of Delaney. Klnr. Miller arc heartily congratulating them on the outcome of their negotiations and on the fact that they arc "cashing In" profitably on an area In which they In- vested their hopes and resources when many others were loath to believe that the area would be really productive. They opened the first gas A'ell In the Fltts field and have had a major part, since others were attracted to the area by their dis- coveries. In developing tho field, now ranked as the major find of 1034. It'is a field which has five depart- of gusher prnd'JC- UVULI --i------ CltlllOt Saturday, but some of the reports muBl OUr Indicate that more wells will soon be added to the growing i tho gon. roster of producers for the fleldl foreign minister of Franco. Galll was ono of eleven sons wounded. per- ill A JUJm fciiv roster of producers for the field L uttered by Senator Thomas Inspector as they are nearlng the forma- L, Goru lhc Uon to.i wounded. 1 i__ _. _____ n ttin tin SPVOO WC Gen. Alphonso Joseph' Georges was reported dying. Ferrler was uraveljr (Continued on I'nite 0, Xo. 2) at noon. He was ttaclng the j history of depressions and the way o'ut of the present one. Ho called atentlon to the fact that ithe first panic occurred the time of Christ and others j Seven women also were shot. Had Turbulent Life Alexander I. born tho second son of an exiled prince of Serbia. became by dint of successive wars "....first the regent of an expanded ,have occurred wl h tragic regu-, monarch of the larlty since that time. _! SInv ln of larl.y since that time. ,rea es ou 1, Slav stare In 1" ?J i get back to work the millions! ...llo I Canning Notes j Peas and Greens Can Be Can- ned at County Kitchen i Now, Announcement I Word lias been received at ;the county canning kitchen tbat 1 anyone desiring to can peas, snap lor shelled, or greens ran do so ,by leaving the same toll as those .canning meat. i Those desiring to caa peas or greens are asked to see the rural ty Hoy" Floyd, and th lieutenant. Adam Klchetti. 'ready for almost a week. I The firemen have been spend- jlng many hours on the truck, !building it from a chassis Into a ireal aid to the lire fighters, at an estimated saving of or imore. Chief F.d Haley, head of the de- partment for 10 years, has In that time developed some Ideas of a District A. F. and A. M.. medium-weight truck constructed will hold Its regular meeting Frl- MEET FH jday night. October sit Koff, according to announcement of M. Thompson, secretary. District 3S includes I'ontotoc and Coal counties. The feature of the prcliram will lie a contest between Ada Lodge i 'tie a lumesi .vu.i I greens are asked to sec the rural Dougherty Lodge No. supervisor. Miss Morrison, or call ...._ begins at the kitchen, telephone No. for appointment Vegetables should be gathered When Amity of Oklahoma City ,sind contested June the ithe day they are canned. They so largi jsliould be prepared for canning Uet in. Another big crowd Is (after reaching the kitchen. There lare plenty of vessels and water1 some could crowd for Friday night's meet ivallahle for washing vegetables j Amity. Dougherty and Ada have ill the kitchen. lengaucd In a series of spirited j contests, with steady Improve- ment in tlie work and with a keen spirit teams tor certain functions, and the new truck Is the realization of his Ideas. It's equipment Includes a gallon 'booster' water tank, space jfor carrying feet of three- fourths Inch hose for the booster tank. r.OO feet of regular 21 Inch hose, and all salvage equipment, tarpaulins or "salvage brooms, mops and other articles. On the front of the truck is a pump capable of pouring r.OO gal- lons ot water pur minute through a hose. ROOSEVELT WINS RAILROAD MAN KILLED Oct. W. II. Cain. veteran yard- master here, died early today from injuries received .tfier he was hurled from a freight when some youthful transients et the brakes hy pulling a coup- ling pin. The sudden halt cause-.1 I" hurtle feet Into 11 creek. The accident occurred near Hailey- ville. His widow and four children survive. County authorities said .irrevt.; would bo made in the caao. terest of competition between that has built up much In- In their contests. Hani-Working Stork GUF.KNI1FUG. is proud of the Charles Sullen- berger and Ira Shaw families, neighbors. Mrs. Sullenberger and Mrs. Shaw were In the same hos- pital. Within a few hours each uave birth lo a child, the 14th for Mrs. Sullenberger. the 17th for Mesdame Shaw. Greatest returns for the amount Invested News Classified Ads. He-t F Also lla-eball n n d Forecaster WASHINGTON. Oct. President Koosevelt proved lie was not only the best fisherman on his week-end cru.se down the Potomac river, but .ilso that he was a number one forecaster of baseball scores. One of Mr. Roosevelt's gue-sts reported today the executive caught the most fish In a contest held lu the rain Saturday otter noon. There also was a came of guessing on tho outcome of yes- terday's world's contett The president won with a per- fect prediction of 3 to l for trolt. _ ______ me lire uepan- capable or gustier prniiuc- wlth the other from -yvilcox sand, which I Is one of the busiest areas In I tho state with more than n dozen "Yi wells now drilling In the Fltts use at- prnppr and several others testing other parts of the Franks graben. The field also has wells pro- ducing In smaller quantity from higher Formations, tremendous potential gas production from a shallow gas level that has with Its pressure forced operators to take added precautions when drilling past It for oil. Already, too. some of the pas coming Into Ada's mains Is from welis In the Fltts field. Pioneered In Area Sincere and earnest are the congratulations which Fltts irea pioneers are receiving now hat they are-less deeply involved n a daring venture in which thny risked their entire fortunes on he outcome, and In which they spent many hours or worry and watching of early operations. Mr. Delaney came to Ada by way of Allen and Calvin from At Calvin as a younK lawyer he was clerk for Tom An- plln. When Mr. Anglln moved to Holdonvllle, Delaney tools orer the practice and. to eke out his earnings as a practlclnc lawy-ir, bought leases for oil companies. He was married there In 1014. Three moved to tinned to combine practice of law and oil dealings, taking a hand In the development of tho Allen field. First of Three Payments Puts in Their Pockets .Here Slightly more than In gram or wiping out torn-noR payment checks has racial nnlngonlsms formerly gainfully employed. This cannot be done by doing away with foreign trade, but foreign trade must bo stimulated. The senator also called attcn- Created first as "the kingdom of the Serbs. Croats and Slo- venes." the domain's title was changed by Alenxander on Octo- ber 3. 1029. to conform to his pro- gram of wiping out centuries-old t inti i rf-pnlled' among tho Oktahoma' of ____ t niiu REVERSES been mode available the last week and most of checks have been called for by the farmers to whom they were made out. This represents the first pay- ment under the federAl-corn-hog control program and Is mad-- on a basis of one-half of tho corn payment and for hog. _ Turning loose of theae sands of dollars comes at an op- portune time for many of the farmers as It puts cash Into their hands which many cf them needed, according to the county authorities handling the program. Tho payments have been re- flected In trade here as almost all of the money has gone Into the channels of business. No deduction for cxn-jnae of administering the program was mado on the first checks will be taken out of tho next, f Wars headed for i Loaders of the payment, for corn not produced. today The 1335 encamp- Tightest cabinet, confident the -.i tho final hog payment. "m be held In New Or- rebellion Is all but crush- knitting them togethnr a new national conscious- Isia'to a prolonged and STRJ viuii ivf jKitt. iioJltlcul tmrtlOA wlioBo torday. spoke at tho court liouac: In a nhootlni: af- TV "Ifh'fHond trolly" day with friends In tho On January 6. 1920. pro- claimed himself dictator, clnppeo. on a strict censorship, abolished all political parties, wiped out tliu ancient provinces and divided tho country instead Into nine land the federal district of Ilel- j grade. A now constitution, put In- i r K-V ont R__'to effect by decree Spetumber :i. f na'dlo Spani8" BOV- him a pat on the back, and marked by and TURKISH FORTS, Fl SHIPS E) leans. ed, were to so before consress there were Indications thn In 1924 the family came to Ado, where he entered a law partnership with B. C. King. De- laney and King also shared In ventures Into the oil game, be- came convinced that the Franks graben offered real possibilities (Continued on Pace 8, No. 1) localise "i elated Press and official nourced tlie action sliowod thfi principal n ISTANnrL. Turker. Oct. in The "nnalVcflsron late yes- ary In ll'c w WB-Th. shelling cf..tw. French the dW tafter short air, land and sea at- ?Iandt of Al-'tacks. -Itoona, Pa., was reclected nation-1 A circle of steel was Rradual- protested to Franco I oioversvllle, N. Y.. was elected Ing in Asiunas, over alleged violations of her ter- senior vice commander and of the insurgents rttorial waters by the two Krench I Pph H. Hanken, Ilevere, vessels, but It was understood the junior vice commander. for oil companies. of two French jterday the convention narrled there in 1014. destroyers in the Gulf of Smyrna'about face and conde: years later the familyjsaturday by Turkish coastal station's action, i Allen, where he con- Was "just n misunderstand-1 James E. Van Zai pnmhlnn nractlce of law nrrnnllnir to an official ex- tonna. Pa., was reeled matter had been settled to the complete satisfaction of both Tur- key and Franco. The French returned tho fire. Tho skirmish occurred In the Gulf of Smyrna. the entire territory Is subdued. OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. military authorities said, because .._ aimoBt impenetrable moun- Forced marches aro made Three men held up tho of Park-O-Tell, tourist hotel near tatn8. tOUay I on   

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