Ada Weekly News, October 18, 1934

Ada Weekly News

October 18, 1934

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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1934 NUMBER 29 Hauptmann Denied Habeas Corpus Writ, Takes Case to Appeals Court With Mrs. Stoll Safe at Home, Peace Officers After I Accused BEIIEVEHTCHICAGO l Sloll Family Kind Feelings For Robinson's Wife, They Report Kv O'M- "Mill" Oil Ktins 'Heavy Tex.. Oct. oil riniH to Kant Texas rentiers' decreased on a dally average (if 5.01-' barrels but hot oil run through tlie refineries contln- tieil about barrel.-) day for tin; week ending Oct. the weekly report of till! refinery department of tli" Kast Texas division of tin; railroad commission. Total to refinery stills for tlie week was fiZH.- MU barrels, or a daily average of 73.1-0 barrelM. NKW YOKK. Oct. Hearing on II r 11 n o Ulclianl Hauptinann's appeal from an or- der dismissing a habeas corpus writ liroupli which he tried to escape to New Jersey to face trial for the murder of tNf kidnaped Lindbergh baby to- iday was wet for 2 o'clock novt I'rlilay tUtrnoon In tilt; nppel- late 'division ol the suiircine court, i NKW VOKK. Oct. I-T) !Tlif which Iir.ino Ulc'iar'.l Huuptmnnn'H app'j-il from an order dismissing a writ through which he sought to extradition to New Jcrv Lynch Test Gets Show In Hunton Tops Hunton Lime, Running Pipe and Preparing to Standardize Tin- death peji.illv will lie asked tor Thomas II. jr.. "i Iddnuprr of Mrs. Alice Speed Sloll. ,1'. S. District Attorney Thoimi.1 J. Sparks -.ml today. E. G. WELLS OF MAY flBEA LOriSVlLLK. Ky.. Oct. Hampered no longur.uy any danger Mrs. Alice Speed Stoll. today concentratedl 'heir cflorl's on 'running down! Accidentally Shot in Side; Man] r Ihe wVm'an''r from her1 Hurt Thursday 1 Indictment charging he n in, __ i i., Tim l.tiri Wi-ilnej-day for Iiome here last ransom. In Louisville, decision whether Itohinson would life Imprisonment or of hinged on a consultation s to face death to lie held between IT. S. District At- torney Thomas J. Sparks, iin-l Commonwealth's Attorney Km m' t O'Neal. Kentucky provides death In the electric chair as the max- imum punishment for kidnaping. Tlie federal government, under the Lindbergh law. can go no further than life Imprisonment. "We can give him O'Neal said, "but we are not taking any steps towards prose- cution unless we have the full approval of Mr. Sparks." {depended today entirely upon !iU counsel. The wrll of habeas corpus was dismissed lust nlghl by Supreme Our. Justice Krnesl K. L. Ham- mer after a two-day hearing In tlie Ilronx. He ruled thai Haupt- mann had not established that he was not ill New Jersey the night the Lindbergh baby was ordered removal on an miirder- led the Infant. The burden of was proof rested upon Hauptmann. The office of D'-'fensel James M. Fawcett wild today he was awaiting a copy of Jus- lice Hammer's formal order be-. Five More Wells to Be Started In Fills Field in Next Few Days K. C. Wells of Konawii brought to the Sugg clinic morning nfter accidental dis- charge of a rlflo In the hands of a companion sent a bullet into his lower left abdomen. This afternoon his condition was reported to be serious. 1'hv- slclans had removed the bullet developed today, and had given b 'stands rendy to hear the appeal transfusions to replenish a do ml Kuwcott intent even supply weakened by losses while Ada. The uccl- fore filing Ills appeal with tin; (o .appellate division of the supreme tion. .court. i Ulght back Into the picture has come the Lynch et til NO. 1 Thompson. In 1-1-7. near Jesse, which had stirred up brisk trad- ing several miles soulheast of the Fltts proved area In the grahen only to have to suspend drilling for two weeks while 'fishing' to get oul a sluck drillpipe. Total depth when the fishing Job began was feet. Today, after drilling hud been resumed. Hie well had topped 'tin; Hunton lime, penetrated II about four feet to a total depth Counsel I feet and had such a of oil thai the operators an; running S 1-1 inch pipe and I will standardize before contlnu- In tlie Hunton forma- Section Illackstock Iween state ami federal prosecu- tors over the case. getting him dent occurred east of Vumoosu. Jack Hughes, who gavu his Iiome as Sayre, Okla., was seri- ously Injured late. Tuesday after- noon about a mile north of Ada on Highway IS when he was struck by, or walked into, an automobile. Hughes was taken by ambu- lance to UK; Sugg clinic, where It was found that thu left kid- ney had been seriously hurt airJ a possibility thai Ills back had been fractured. Karly Wednesday .morning Henry Johnson, In charge of 1'ie FKKA work lists, was slightly voumled In the chest by one of the men In the group walling to the list of those being called to work today. Johnson was back within a few minutes after tin; Incident and early tills afternoon uo com- plalnl had been filed. tills morning at feet Flectliorn-Supcrlor No. 1 J. Nor- ris at feet; Magnolia No. j 2 T. Norris at feet. In Section Illackstock No. P, D. Harden Is drilling at 1.H70 feet; Magnolia No. 2 Harden at feet; MagnolUi No. Harden at foot and .Mil-l lime HcM Mrs. Sloll. daughter of one of Kentucky's wealthiest families, wan given complete Isolation to- day in order thai she might res'. She lay In her own bed in their home on Lime Kiln Lane. Joy- ous relatives stayed away, from the IG-acre estate but received reports that she was recovering from tin; shock of her experience. She was slugged when kidnaped while 111 with a cold and Harold Nathan, department of Justice In- vcHtlgatur said, she had been bru- tally treated at times during her captivity. He added thaat save! for a few instances of nsuce. tlie kidnaper's "behavior was that of a gentleman." Kohlnson was believed to lie somewhere In the mid-west, and It was hoped Mime clue might be found In the apartment house III Indianapolis where Mrs. Stoll spenl six harrowlnu days. Mrs. Itobinson was reported In police circles to have been taken there by federal agents to point out the apartment. The latter declined to say whether she win still here or in Indianapolis. I'os- Hlble clues to her husband's whereabouts and lo the missing; part of the ransom money still l nri> sonuht. Federal agents said; only had been recovered. Ml-. Itoblii'-oM I'llll-eil Mrs. who was In custody for questioning last night afte'r Mrs. Stoll was found by federal audits near bnrg. Iml., In company with her and Iwo relatives of the Sloll family, was praised by the Stolls today as having protected the kidnap victim. Mr. and Mrs. Ceorue Stoll went to the federal building and coll-' mlted with Investigator Nathan.; KCglStratlOn obtain an earlier hearing should lie get the consent of presiding Justice Kdward H. Finch. I Fawcett last nlghl obtained I from Justice Hammer u stay which prevents Huuptmann's re- ;moval 10 New Jersey pending up- m.iy (lays; Deep Itock No. 1 Hard- en at feet; J. 10. Crosbie

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