Ada Weekly News, October 11, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - October 11, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIVADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER ll, 1934 NUMBER 28 RESIST ATTEMPT IIT EXTR1TI0 PECAN GROWERS CALLEO TO MEET TO Attorney Announces Intention Of Carrying Case to Court Immediately IHI Will SIGH Announces Intention of Signing Order For Removal Late Today ALB ANY, N Y. , Ort. I n,— James M. Fa wee It, con nsel Bruno Hat ipt mar n, a n ti ou n< today that (i ova I nor 1 a bn would fdgUl an or der ext i adit llaitptt to N *w J erst *y I today, hut t tat Ha upturn!!! WO “ Fig iii «*\tri idition to the *nd” til** co u its. Paw c *«* 11 made his an noun call has been issued by S. I Hill, president, for a meet-j of the Pontotoc County Pe- j Growers Association Monday evening October 15, at 7:50, atj the office of J. IL Hill, county* agent, in the court house. At this meeting plans will be! made for holding a county show j j which is Intended to be an annual event. The quantity of nuts will j J not he up to average this year! dor will they measure up to their( ! usual MZO, hut this will not deter j the association from -oing ahead' with its plans. It is also expected that partioi-i •ation in the state show at Wewoka will also be discussed at, this meeting. All who are interested in the growing of pecans are invited to attend this meeting. IN USHS GITT Richard Galatas Captured at New Orleans and Held As Participant in Plot OTHERS SOUGHT Officers Declare “Pretty Boy’ Floyd and Adam Richetti Had Part in Shooting la Hid in ten merit alter a co governor and ll bs Poletti. 11 a u at ma n ifs con nsel wo lid apply tomorrow to Bronx county wit I u se c the tar- SENATOR BOBE IN ELOM SPEECH h pre tm rorpiH effect, (Iii ion 11 * * governor client, vv court for which if stay the ord* r tem said he < for a »o was J*-r of t sa i d morning or Bronx su-a writ of habeas granted will, in governor's extra-•orarily. id not ask the hearing for his indicted in New for the murder Overflow Audience Cheers Orators Plea For Democratic Party Support WASHINGTON, Oct. IO.—LF) Richard Talraan Balatas was said by the department of justice today to he under arrest as a par-j ticipant in the conspiracy to free( Frank Nash, an escaped federal I prisoner, which led to his death | and the slaughter of four officers* in deadly bursts of machine gun I lire at the Kansas City union sta-j tion plain.    j In announcing the arrest of ; Galatas at New Orleans Sept*rn-jber 22. William Stanley, assistant* I attorney general said the actual • slayers of Nash and the four of-j fleers were Verne C. Miller, form- WASHINGTON, Oct. 8.—LF)— The supreme court agreed today to interpret the meaning of congress in passing an act in April, 1926, extending for two years the time in which restricted Indians in Oklahoma should be permitted to file suits in all causes of action. The guardian of Noah Stewart, restricted Creek Ind’an, In July, 1916, sold the land which Stewart had inherited from Lizzie Toney, also a Creek Indian. In April, 1928, within two years after the passage of the I I*>2G act, Stewart filed suit in ‘Seminole county district eour* to recover the property, contending 'the sale by his guardian was I void. I The land, which became valn-i able for oil, now is held ny several oil companies Mid indiviil-' tials. Carter Oil Company Makes Huge Buy in Fitts Field From Pioneer Triumvirate Any lingering doubts that the Fitts oil field in southeast Pontotoc county is highly regarded by major oil interests was dispelled late Monday afternoon bv confirmation of reports that the Carter Oil company had purchased 540 acres of undeveloped interests of \\\ A. “Gus” Delaney, B. C. King and Sam Miller in the heart of the field. Neither purchaser nor sellers would state the exact amount of cash involved in payment fog the Day by Day Happenings in Pontotoc County Oil Fields Assassin Victim I Prom Thnradio'H Doily) Reports from the Pitts oil field I today were largely routine in that | I they told of additions to previous! depth reports. The Lynch et a1 No. I Thompson near Jesse, in 1-1-7, still has the drill pipe stuck in the hole. Magnolia No. I J. E. Cradduck, HUGHES GIVES leases, but it was admitted here | in the southeast of 24-2-6, was that several millions of dollars J drilling this morning at 4,448 are involved.    I    feet. I The payment is reliably re-    In section 25-2-6, Blackstock j ported to be arranged as part! No. 1-B Cradduck was drilling at leash, liar! in annual payments 1,055 feet; Fleet borri-Superior I distributed over a period of 25 t No. I J. Norris was at 1.755 feet; years.    |    Shaffer No.    I Susan Norris was at The Carter    company is    the j 2.975 feet. mid-continent Standard Oil subsidiary company of th** Harry Blackstock set Dawes er South Dakota sheriff, since So large which ga tin court hous* was the audience •red at the county Monday night to the les mo! d it victim of gang slaying, Char-Arthtir “Pretty Boy” Floyd,} it notorious gunman and ban-} of the southwest, and his UlSt \V«**‘K kidnaped Lindbergh baby. “Governor Lehman told mi*, hi* said,    “that he    was ready    to grant the request of New Jersey that Hauptmann be sent tiler** from New York City to lace trial tor the abduction-murder.” “I    did    not ask    a hearing    be- f    preferred    to carry    the direct to the    courts,” I'aw in id. eau cast celt Will Continue light IO. LF ted t< NEW YOUK, Oct. Governor Lehman is ext act today on N* w Jersey s lenin lid to try Buroo Hauptmann for the murder of Charles Lindbergh, Jr. Extradition papers were placed in I/ehman's hands last night. ll** indicated he would consider them promptly after his return from New York to Albany day. Hauptmann’s trial for ext ion of the kidnaper’s ram scheduled for tomorrow in Bronx, will he sidetracked -dear the way for the removal hear Senator T. IL Gore, tin* an- companion. Adam Richetti. ditorium was quickly filled and Special Agent R. J. Caffnoy, of the crowd overflowed to the the division of investigation, Ott lawn below.    Reed, chief of police at McAles- The distinguished visitor ter. Okla., and the Kansas City brought frequent applause as, detectives William J. Grooms, with his usual mastery of words and Frank E. Hermansion, were and his customary biting wit be the victims of the gunmen’s fire, urged support for the democratic They were mowed down at close party in the coming general elect-1 range as they placed Nash, re ion of November.    'captured at Hot Springs, Ark., in IL* scored the republican can- an automobile to return him to didate for governor, W. IL Pine, the federal prison at Leaven-at the same time urging active worth, Kansas, support for the democratic ticket. J    Floyd and llirhetti Sought This county, tie said, is safely] Stanley said the division in the democratic column but investigation would push vi jtioiis through Oklahoma since announcement of its consummation was released, the Carter is added to the Mag-, nolia Petroleum company as a [leading major operator in the ____ J    field. PrinRlne: the    hest    of wishes    Consummated Monday and assurance    from    Governor! The big deal was brought to Us William II.    Murray. W. Cofinal    stages at Tulsa Monday of    the state I "’itll    Delaney and Miller meeting surface Harden re- of a size that has sent r'everbera- J Ports from 30-2-7 told or Deep the industry in I Rock No. I D. Harden drilling at of New I pipe at the No. 3 Jersey. With the big purchase, | in 30-2-7 at 483 feet. Other Prisoners From Penitentiary to Assist in Boy Scout Buildings 2.460 feet; Magnolia No. I Dawes Harden at 4,090, Magnolia No. 3 Dawes Harden at 3,666 feet. Moore No. I Woodruff, in 29-2-7, was drilling this morning at 1,775 feet. Moore-Deaner No. I Edwards, in 2 7-2-8 near Tupelo, real bed a total depth of 6,666 feet. Hughes, chairman j board of affairs, told the Lions I club today that arrangements iwill be made for prisoners from the penitentiary at McAlester to help in building the structure at the Witch Hole, newly acquired property of the Boy Scouts. citizen with President C. H. Lied other Carter Oil company cials. Delaney and Miller returned to Ada. The tracts involved in and off i-then of Ada iof O position to get I 33-2-7; northwest of southwest! 31-2-7 is spudding today and ..mn ami the'^r •>■> *>--. southeast of northeast'    *    Akers,    in    ...-.-I north-much elect - to un. the to a* there are counties in the * * I- ii part of the ."late where work is needed before the ion. TTie speaker, famed as an orator, urged practice of utmost economy in government as a method of winning back to normal conditions within the country after several years of bitter experience with troubles which hr attributed in considerable part to the policies of the republican party. of or-Floyd Judge Hughes, nnfu *n i and one of the strongest men in .the Murray administration,    as-' ;sured the Lions that he was de i lighted to be in this aid for the camp and the    10f 33-2-7. citizens of Ada can rest    assured of 25-2-6. mi«iv Its    inn**    snnrrh    for    Fined    thal everything possible    will be; The    onI production already on a    «o»e to push the matter along.    jthe leases    involved    is    the    De- FlovVwU described bv Stan-‘ Allhou^h the jud”€ has been    , lanev and others    1A    Cradduck,    in Hojd was described by Stan    f    Ada    mogt    of    the    time ley    as a    notorious    southwestern    fftp yfhft lamt four vears>    he    has outlaw sought by several staates I From Friday’* Daily) Moore-Deaner* No. I Edwards, 1 near Tupelo in 27-2-8, today reached 6,692 feet, having been in Sylvan shale since 6,638 feet. • he This is the deepest test in the transaction are; East half of graben and is several miles north-southwest of 30-2-7; north half Past of the area that has been southeast of southeast of I designated the John Pitts field. „5-2-6; north half of southwest j    Moore No. I Woodruff of 28-2-7; southeast of 30-2-7; »n 29-2-7 is drilling at 1,950 'north half of northwest of Foreign Minister Barthou and Policeman Die; General Georges Dying ELEVEN WOUHH Bl SHOTS Assassin Dies of Self-Inflicted Wounds; Two Suspected Under Arrest ox -con v i ct to Fleming-. where be was indicted for the killing of the tin* alien ton. N. J Monday I baby. Extradition will be fought, however, by the Gorman carpenter's attorney, James M. Fawcett. Fawcett can ask the governor for a hearing hut the executive need not grant one if he thinks the evidence justifies turning the prisoner over to New Jersey. Defense counsel can also, as Lehman pointed out. start habeas corpus proceedings as soon as extradition is authorized. New Witness \ppears T ll TO At cam p a meeting of W. of Confederate was proposed Ti. Byrd veterans that the wa; Governor Moore sey announced discovery of a first to place the Hopewell ll berths on the when the baby his crib. The wit ne withheld during a statement. “If his story can it will sew up *h** Hauptmann,” the elated. Although there of a murder trial vember election, outstanding chara Jersey's moves to into its custody. of New Jer-last night the new witness, th* Hauptmann neat line of the Lind night in 1932 are the the stolen from •s’ name was ‘heck of his be h Ii* veil. case against over nor (le is little chance before the Nospeed was the cteristic of New get Hauptmann Governor Moore signed tho necessary papers late yesterday, scarcely 24 hours after the indictment was handed up, and Attorney General David T. We Ie ut z turned them over to Governor Lehman less than 2 1-5 hours later. Sam 1 Sunday i* Sons and Daughters organize to carry on the work hitherto carried on by the veterans. This camp, once the largest in the state with more than IOO members, has been reduced to a mere handful and if the work is to go on it must be taken up by the sons and Daughters who interested in perpetuating traditions and memories ol Con federacy. To make plans for carrying out the work a committee was appointed consisting of Paul Norte!], Joseph Anderson, Walter Black. Snow Dunnigan, Byron Nor re 11. Luther Franklin, Oscar 'Cantwell. Janus Ellis, Mrs. IL F. Jones, Mrs. Jessie De Moss, Miss Cecil Smith, Miss Margaret Hardee. Said committee will he expected to he present and report • at the next regular meeting of the camp Sunday. November 4. I at 2 o’clock at the court house Canning Notes for numerous bank robberies and murders, who has successfully eluded capture since he escaped] en route to the Ohio state penitentiary in 1930.” The officers had led Nash across the union station plaza to a parked automobile. As they grouped about the car, they were ■ subjected to sudden blasts of j machine gun fire at close range. I Stanley said investigation of the slayings had disclosed that it was Galatas who went to a tourist camp and informed Mrs. Nash that her husband had been arrested by federal agents at Hot Springs. He added that Mrs. Nash then communicated with “Doc” Louts Stacci, proprietor of a roadhouse at Melrose Park, Chicago. In the meantime, stanley said, Galatas accompanied Mrs. Nash to the home of Hi*rb and Esther] Farmer at Joplin where last min-, Ute telephonic instructions were! given to Miller. Mrs. Nash, Farmer and his wife, Stacci and Galatas are under arrest. The night before the group of; machine gunners attempted to! free Nash, Sheriff Jack Rollings- ‘ worth of Boliver, Mo., was re-' leased in Kansas City by Floyd and Richetti who had kidnaped him that morning. “Verne C. Miller was identified as the leader of the gunmen.” said the department’s statement, “and through exhaustive investigation it has been conclusively established that the other as?*-assins were Charles Arthur “Pretty Boy” Floyd, and the hitter's I lieutenant, Adam Bichetti.” feet; Moore etal No. I Smith in • Kin the j who 6 is rigging up. Over in 24-2-6, the Magnolia No. I Cradduck is at 4,463 feet. In section 25-2-6, Blackstock I .No. 1-B Cradduck is drilling at • 25-2-6, one of the several wens ^85 feet; Fleetborn-Superior which with gusher production | No x j Norrig is at 1870 feet;} Cradduck, in j on ground; is at MARSEILLE. Oct. 9.— <F> — King Alexander of Yugoslavia and Louis Barthou, foreign minister of France, were assassinated today as the Yugoslav monarch came to France in an effort to improve Yugoslav-French relations. Alexander died of three wounds iii the chest. Barthou was shot in the arm and one leg but he died as surgeons labored to give him a blood transfusion. They were shot down by an assassin later identified as Perris Kalemen, 35, a Yugoslav. (said to be a merchant recently 1 arrived in France. He attempted ! to commit suicide by shooting himself in the mouth but was cut ! down by police sabres. Seriously j wounded, Kaleman died a short time after his arrest. I First reports said another as-j sassin, unidentified .had been shot dead but authorities later denied this. They did. however, arrest two men near Kalemen but they said they were not sure these two Wilcox sands w;ii!...........—       denoted    fi-j    jHackstock    No.    2-B * nally that the Fitts field was the;    has    ris soon be back to join his nian^ |mfl-nr    nf    year    in    Okla-;^ Susan Norris away from Ada most for the last four years, always shown every consider^- j tion for the community, j major strike of the year in Okla- j gaaffer Xo. .1 x „ homa.    3 055 feet, C. E. Cunning, presider, tot tile.    0il    company    Monday    ’ scout council, told something of boa„ht    section the work of the scouts and was1    "    ’ proud of the part the Lions club} has had in getting it started. He Alexander of Yugoslavia, died in Marseilles, France, this morning soon    after    being wounded by assassins while on a * goodwill visit to    Prance.    His suspects    had any    connection    with death may complicate the already tire crime. delicate situation existing    in    the! F1Pts,    reports    indicated    that Balkans    j Barthou    s    wound    was only slight [but that of Gen. Alphonse Joseph Georges, of the French superior war council, also shot in the at tour at a land office tracts in Coal county, announced the donation of the Witch Hole by John Fitts, R. W. Simpson, W. B. Osborn, Frank! Fleet, and probably others. He] also announced that M. O. Matthews will raise the money for. the erection of the buildings. Mr. Miller introduced Jack Stockton and Jack Price who j made short talks. The college quartet rendered two selections. OII FIRE TRUCK Fi remen Flave Been Building Truck to Fit Needs of Local Department touches; it, the* use at or Vas and Greens Can Be Can ned at County Kitchen Now, Announcement MEET TRIT KIGHT Jorn* y et c**d hi' W' mint of that New war-time The dei J. Foley, district atli ronx county, announ-uld ask for a post poncho extortion trial so Jersey might try the machine gunner firs?. ♦ iise lawyer had said earwax! seek a delay in tin* case PRORATION SET t Hiiiniisxioii I*or Four \|qu oxes \ griM'ineiit Pools for October 1 Word has been received at the county canning kitchen that anyone desiring to can peas, snap or shelled, or greens can do so by leaving the same toll as those canning meat. I Those desiring to can peas or greens are asked to see the rural !supervisor, Miss Morrison, or call the kitchen, telephone No. 69 2, for appointments. Vegetables should be gathered the day they are canned. They should he prepared for canning after reaching the kitchen. There on. \HO.M \ Approval was penmen today proposals of o line companies CITY gh en Get. bv ti u* -'.Pl are plenty of cor-; available for vessels and water |jn. District 38, A. F. and A. M., will hold ii.*- regular meeting Friday night. October 19, at Roff, according to announcement of M. Z. Thompson, secretary. District 5x includes Pontotoc and Coal counties. The feature of the program will be a contest between Ada Lodge No- 11^* and Dougherty Lodge No. 33. The meeting begins at 7:50 o'clock. When Amity of Oklahoma City and Ada contested June 25, the Crowd was so large some could not get in. Another big crowd is expected for Friday night’s meet- When the siren atop tho city hall sounds its clamorous wail to announce a fire call, a new truck, bright red and speedy, dashing out of the fire ment quarters with the equipment. Although the final have not been put on new truck has been in ready for almost a week, i The firemen have been spend ing many hours on the !building it from a chassis into a j real aid to the fire fighters, an estimated saving of $2,000 more. I Chief Ed Haley, head of the de-ipartment for IO years, has in that I time developed some ideas of a I medium-weigh I truck constructed for certain functions, and the new truck is the realization of his I ideas. I It's equipment includes a 150-! gallon ‘booster’ water tank, space for carrying 200 feet of three-fourths inch hose for the booster tank, 500 feet of regular 2J inch hose, and all salvage equipment, in a .tarpaulins or “salvage covers”, (brooms, mops and other articles. ! On the front of the truck is a j pump capable of pouring 500 gallons of water per minute through a hose. sale, j No. tracts and prices being as follows; West half of southeast of southwest of 6-2N-9E,    20 acres, $364.60; southeast of northwest of northeast, southwest of northeast of 7-2N-9E,    50    acres, $911.50; northeast of southwrest, lot 3 (northwest of northwest) of 7-2N-9E, 73.89 acres, $1,346.01; I northwest of northeast, west half I of southwest of northeast of 16-2N-9E, 60 acres, $1,093.80. Friends Congratulatory Friends of Delaney, King and Miller are heartily congratulating them on the outcome of their I negotiations and on the fact that ] they are “cashing in” profitably on an    area in    wiiich    they    in vested their hopes and resources when many others were loath to believe    that the    area w’ould    be really productive. They opened the first gas frell in the Fitts field and have had a major part, since others were attracted to the area by their discoveries, in developing the field, now ranked as the major find of 1934. comes! It js    field    which    has five depart-1 wells capable of gusher produc-othei j don from the Wilcox sand, which is one    of the    busiest    area**    in the state with more than a dozen ,, j wells now’ drilling in the Pitts j field proper and several others testing other parts of the Franks truck, I gra„b.en- 30-2-7, Deep Rock I Dawes Harden has reached 2,515 feet; Magnolia No. I Dawes Harden is at 4,140 feet and Magnolia No. 3 Dawes liar- Senator Gore Says Must Revive den is at 3,760 feet. The Mag*    _ ,    D nolia No. 2 Dawes Harden is    I rade to Kecover Prom drilling cement after correcting    Depression the hole.    I tack was more serious. King Alexander had come to France on a warship, convoyed by a whole fleet of French naval vessels. His visit was regarded as of the utmost importance, for Yugoslavia is a member of the French-intituted Little Entente. (From Sunday’* Dnily) Reports front the Fitts field and graben area southeast of Ada dealt largely with drilling reports Saturday, but some of the reports indicate that more wells will soon be added to the growing roster of producers for the field: as they are nearing the forma-1 Policemen Dead, General Dying MARSEILLE, Oct. 9.— (Ah — Policeman Galli died today, fatally wounded in    the    hail of    bul- 4‘We cannot tax ourselves    in-jltes which killed    King Alexander !to prosperity. We cannot bor-]of Yugoslavia and Louis Barthou, row ourselves into prosperity, j foreign minister of France. We cannot    spend ourselves    into] Galli was one    of    eleven    per- iprosperity.    We must trade    our»sons wounded. Georges F (Continued on Page (J, No. 2) __ way into prosperity.” ! These wrere the proverbial sentences uttered by Senator Thomas P. Gore before the Lion club today at noon. He was tracing the history of depressions and the way out of the present one. He called atention to the fact that 1 the the first time panic occurred of Christ and during Gen. Alphonse Joseph wTas reported dying. Inspector Terrier wTas wounded. Seven women also wrere shot. gravely others .have occurred with tragic regu larity since that time, j If we expect to come out of _ _ I    the trouble, it is necessary to j First of Three Payments Puts]set back to work the millions] formerly gainfully employed. This cannot be done by doing away j with foreign trade, but foreign $25,000 in Their Pockets Here The field also has walls producing in smaller quantity front higher Formations, tremendous potential gas production from a shallow gas level that has with , its pressure forced operators to j take added precautions w’hen : drilling past it for oil. Already, too, some of the gas coming into Ada’s mains is from weirs in the Fitts field. Pioneered in Area Sincere and earnest are the congratulations wiiich the Fitts area pioneers are receiving now that they are less deeply involved daring venture in wiiich they Slightly more than $25,000 in corn-hog payment checks has been made available here within 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- j ment under the federal-corn-hog j control program and is made on j a basis of one-half of the corn payment and $2 for each hog. Turning loose of these thou- • sands of dollars cornus at an op- I portune time for many of the farmers as it puts cash into their 'hands which many cf them j needed, according to the county j trade must be stimulated. The senator also called attern Aion to the mounting tax burden. . .    4    .    .. (For the year of 1931 he recalled!™ci,al antagonisms among the Had Turbulent Life Alexander I, born the second son of an exiled prince of Serbia, became by dint of successive wars first the regent of an expanded Serbia and then monarch of the greatest south Slav state in history, the modern kingdom of Y ugoslavia. Created first as “the kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes,” the domain’s title was changed by Alenxander on October 3, 1929, to conform to his program of wiping out centuries-old tHe ' that the tax burden in Oklahoma ‘was more than the entire income from cotton, wheat and oil. The state ow’ed more than the entire 'assessed value of all property. Senator Gore ca.fie to Ada yes-1 terday, spoke at the court house (last night and wras spending to-jday with friends in the city. south F Lli BUTTE!! CENSURE various branches of the • Slavs and knitting them together under a newr national consciousness. It proved a prolonged and j troublesome task. ! After struggling for eight years with political parties whose quarrels culminated in a shooting af-j fray on the floor of parliament, the king on January 6, 1929, p.o-j claimed himself dictator, clapper ion a strict censorship, abolished ! a 11 political parties, wiped out the 1 ancient provinces and divided the i country instead into nine “banats” land the federal district of Bel- washing vegetables voluntary jai the kitchen. to th **Taters and tank J in four pools to I production during prorat ber. The naval reserve pool of Osa count> was r* stained to 7.* '' barrels daily, South Burbank to Io.oOb, Chandler to IM barrels per well and the Gray pool to the same production as last month. ■¥ ---- CITY > RAILROAD MAN KILLED Oc to-    _ MCALESTER. Oct. 9.— | \Y. B. Cain, 64. veteran master here, died early from injuries received aft was hurled from a freight Amity, Dougherty and Ada have engaged in a series of spirited contests, with steady improvement in the work and with a keen .V — j yard-j today j »r he j train ! spirit teams ierest of competition that has built up in their contests. * between much in- ROOSEVELT WINS authorities handling the program. I The    payments have been    re- 1 LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct.    6.— fleeted    in    trade here as almost LR)— After reversirtg their    cen- all of    the    money has gone    into sure of Maj. Gen. Smedley D. of business.    ;Butler’s radio language to    give hitn a pat on the hack, and call- I*resident Best Fisherman a Also* Baseball Forecaster ii d Hard-W orbing Stork OKLAHOMA Oct. 6.- < /p>—Application of the Fleet born Oil company to reclassify its No. I well in 27-£n-8s Seminole county from class D to a stripper well was granted today by tin* corporation commission. The well is an extension of the old Wewoka pool. when some youthful transients set the brakes by pulling a coupling pin. The sudden halt causal cain to hurtle 35 feet into a cri*‘ k. Tin* accident occurred near Haileyville. His widow’ and four children survive. County authorities said arrests would be made in the case. I GREENBURG, Ba.—Laurelville ; is proud of the Charles Sullen-]berger and Ira Shaw’ families. {neighbors, Mrs. Sullenberger and Mr?*. Shaw were in the same hospital. Within a few hours each eave birth to a child, the 14th for J Mrs. Su Hen berger, the 17th for Mesdame Shaw. Create invested returns for the amount - News Classified Ads. WASHINGTON, Oct. 8.— (AV— President Roosevelt proved he was not only the hest fisherman on his week-end ermse down the Potomac river, but also that he was a number one forecaster of baseball scores. One of Mr. Roosevelt’s guests reported today    the executive caught the most fish in a contest held in the rain Saturday afternoon. There also w*as a game of guessing on the outcome of yesterday’s world's series contest. The president won with a perfect prediction of 3 to I for Detroit. the channels No deduction for exnense of administering the program was made on the first checks. Thi-w’ill be taken out of the next payment, for corn not produced, and the final hog payment. TURKISH FORTS. ing for immediate cash payment of the bonus, delegates to the national encampment, Veterans of Foreign Wars headed for [home today. The 1935 eneamp-; ment will be held in New Orleans. Radio Station WAVE had cut {short the Inlander of risked their entire fortunes on the outcome, and in which they spent many    hours    or wmrry and watching of    early    operations. Mr. Delaney came to Ada by way of Allen and Calvin from Arkansas. At Calvin as    a young |    UIIIMUII I UH I Ut I IILI1UII ishort the    dynamic retired complin* When Mr. Anglin    moved to ]    GUIDO    CYPHUNCF QUljlQibecause ^    of “objectionable” Holdenville, Delaney took over,    J||jr0    L/yjjUhllbL ullU IU ; phrases in    his talk. The veter- the practice    and,    to eke out ms      ians    formally    approved    the    action, earnings as a practicing lawyer, ISTANBUL, Turker, Oct. 8—CP) j but in the final session late yes-bought lease* for oil companies. —Tbe gluing 0f two French (terday the convention did an He was married there in 1914. (destroyers in the Gulf of Smyrna about face and condemned the Three years later the family [Saturday by Turkish coastal bat-jradio station’s action, moved to Allen, where be con- ueries was “just a misunderstand- j James E. Van Zandt of Al-tinued to combine practice of law|ing,“ according to an official ex- toona, Pa., was reelected nation- « har»rf pjanatjon today.    a1    commander.    Bernard    Kearney, Turkey    protested to France! Gloversville, N. Y., was elected over alleged violations of her ter- geni0r vice commander , and Jos-ritorial waters by the two Frencl. eph H. Hanken, Revere, Mass., vessels, but it was understood the junior vice commander, matter had been settled to the hand Allen and oil dealings, taking a in the development of the field. In 1924 the family came to Ada, where he entered a law partnership with B. C. King. Delaney and King also shared in ventures Into the oil game, became convinced that the Franks graben offered real possibilities (Continued on Page 8, No. I) complete satisfaction of both Turkey and France. The French returned the fire. The skirmish occurred In the Gulf of Smyrna. grade. A new’ constitution, put into effect by decree Spetember 3, bulwarks crumbled one by one today under the relentless pounding of guns of the Spanish government. Most clashes were marked by the feeble resistance of rebels against regular troops. Leaders of the newly formed rightest cabinet, confident the leftist rebellion is all but crushed, were to go before congress today, there were indications the republic might be placed under a Marines* broadcast military dictatorship. Reports gathered by The Associated Press and official sources showed the principal revolutionary strongholds in the Asturias, Oviedo and Gijon, as well as many other centers ware taken after short air, land and sea attacks. A circle of steel was gradually closing about the Mieres mining region, in Asturias, the last stand of the insurgents in northwest Spain. ] Several days may elapse before the entire territory is subdued, I military authorities said, because of the almost impenetrable mountains. Forced marches are made - — + - OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 6.— LP) — Three men held up the Park-O-TelL tourist hotel near the state capitol, early today and escaped with $112, (Continued on Fag® 6« No. 6) ;

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