Ada Weekly News, October 25, 1934

Ada Weekly News

October 25, 1934

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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1934 NUMBER 30 SOT Ft OFFICIALS ON IIISIT TO Steal Two Automobiles and Head For Hills Where Officers Pursue STflGElOBBEBIES Create Small Sized Reifin Terror Making Ready For Flight officials, of the Santa Fe railroad were In Ada today, meeting the business men. thank-; Ing them for business given to; their road and soliciting mo.-c, Accompanied by local agent. J. H. Shaklefor.l. j they called on many of the mer-l chants and manufacturers. Those in the party were W. Netlleton. trainmaster of Calnes-j vllle; Frank Hupiiert, traveling! Committee Demands Payment of Bonus MIAMI, Fla.. Oct. The American Legion legislative, committee tomorrow will recoin- inent to the convention that It go on record as favoring immediate cash payment of the bonus. It was learned today on competent auth- ority. _. The Associated Press learned freight agent, of Oklahoma The Associated Press learned the J. 1C. Nlmno. master mechanic of immediate cash payment and W. II. Perrlgo. j llf the premise funds Mayor llernarcl F. Dickmann of St. Louis personally extended an Invitation from his city and hand- ed over a I2.1.000 cheek "In pood faith." W. II. Perrlgo. Fort Worth. District FLEMIN'c.TON. N. J.. Oct. 21. rvoman. were picked up at Vern-ji.Vi llruiio Itlchard Haiiplmann on. near Hanna. [pleaded "not guilty" today In a On Aug. If. Johnson. Hooch.; loud voice to the charge of niur- and two McAlester girls, Maudlo ;derlng Charles A. Llndb I.awson ami Docle Heavers, iil-jand brs trial was set lor Jan. 2. legfdlv robbed two filling sta-' When he was arraigned lieldn Arpelar and Calvin, and 'Supreme Court kidnaped three farmers at Arpe-iW. Trencbard. lar. later freeing HHMII sans cloth- jturned ing. I There was no word of the] Pucketls and It was assumed Prosecutor they still were captives. If not slain by the fugitives mill their bodies 'hidden In underbrush. of the bonus oil the premise so released would alleviate the general economic depression by putting a large amount of money nto Immediate circulation, there- by relieving unemployment to a great extent. Debate on any one has jbeen limited by'the rules commit- tee to two hours. However, the I bonus issue, most controversial of I the convention, probably will he 'given ureater time, with Various angles of the. question being bronuht up as separate issues. Without discussion, the conven- tion adopted a report of its lime and place committee awarding the convention to St. l.ouls. Cleveland. Ohio's. Invitation for the convention was pre- "jsented liy David S. Ingalls. while William Casey presented the bid of Atlantic City for the I'J'.Ki gath- ering. MIAMI. Fla.. Oct. Louis today formally was selected as the convention city of the American I.cglnn. Time of the convention will he set by the na- tional executive commit lee. The committee's report was adopted without discussion. MIAMI, Fla.. Oct. I. Without discussion or a sentlng vote, the Amerlan dls Leg- Determined to Stop Inroadf on Industry Made by Illegal Production OPPOSES PRICE CUT OH Industry Awaits With Keen Interest Outcome of New Effort FLOYD'S MURDEROUS CAREER ENDED IN OHIO DY SHOWER OF BULLETS FROM GUNS OF PURSUING U. S. OFFICERS Radio Operator Killed Instant- ly in Collision of Auto- mobile, Truck EABLY SlOftUIORNING R. Kellogg of Shawnee, Turner's Companion, Badly Injured s. Ily WILLIAM VOIC.T. Jr. AonrlaUri Staff Wrltrrl TFLSA, Okla., Oct. Ion national convention todayJThe heaviest legal guns at tho adopted a report of Its atlonal command of Secretary Ickes, tliu adopted a report of Its national, petroleum administrator, were be- Increaslng the standing army to! lug pointed In East Texas today 14 (MiO officers and men. as the campaign to dry up the Consolidation of the army, "hot" oil trade broadened Into a navy and marine corps air ser- i movement also to prevent a crude vices was opposed In the report. oil price cut. Construction of an American A slight Inoard Into the dollar navy to full treaty strength price that has prevailed for more advocated. i totoc county early Sunday inorn- The report proposed a national 1 by a small operator, nut it YaH IIIR when Kenneth Turner, rf guard strength of 210.000.R re-1 Important only as It Indicated a wos instantly killed iserve officers corps of 120.000 trend of, and.his companion. It. S. Kel- m en. and necessary The reduction by the i IOKIT, also of Shawnee. was serl- atlons to provide IJO.Ooo men Pipe Line company, from injured In a collision about with reserve corps training cents for East Texas crude, ,wo am, nf the next fiscal year. .made u tangible Impression only 48. CAREER ENDS I From Monilnr'x llnll.vl Another highway disaster w.i< entered Into the annuls of Pon- Day by Day Happenings in Pontotoc County Oil Fields upon the owners of the wells I (and of the royalty under them) I from which Atlas draws its fi.OOO 1 barrels dally production. I Tho size of the movement downward was negligible from i this point of view, for the East (Texas field nlone produces more B01) FLOYD llla-xing guns of l'< officers spelled finish to the fan- tastic career of Charles "Pretty Hoy" Floyd. Oklahoma outlaw, as he fled across a cornfield near East Liverpool, Ohio, Monday iiitnmnhlle crashed al-! afternoon, no longer the daring, mol head-on mtck being bandit hut a man hunted and driven toward Ada by Luther j desperate In flight, jflreen of the city, the truck be- ing owned by Wick Adalr of Ada. Oreen suffered a painful back Injury but was not believed lo tl'r..... Dull? I What's doing nl the Lynch well? That Is a frequent query In oil circles here these da) s. j The Lynch and others No. 1 retirement Thompson is In 1-1-7, near Jesse, and If It comes In as the kind of producer some hope will be it will start another burst of Ing and drilling for the and. many say. bring many ed over the meeting. IK-IU I.HFIIC dangerously hurt. He was 'than a half million barrels of oil takon from of the opening; (1.lllyi mldcontlnent area wreck hospital for with expressed appreciation for js responsible for more than cooperation Fills Held operators j three-fourths of the -entire pro- have shown wlth_ the proratlou. Of about bar- authorities and ices In helping ough of th trad-1 MI-, raben offered his serv- to ranch a thor- prngram for development field. Delaney then outlined dif- es wells drilling In the field y IIIOK have bad with gas. preliminary lo Irels of the Hulled States. However, there were rumb- lings throughout the area that the Atlas action was but a be- i ginning and that within 48 hours I a reduction would be general. These rumblings, which have i wreck treatment. KelloRK Is In the Sugg clinic, suffering from severe lacerations pi of the right side of the head and over the right eye, concussion, shock and a compound fracture 'of his right leg. Until Wltli Itndlo Station Turner had been associated with radio station KOFF In i tends lt.< provisions lo persons not i engaged In Interstate commerce. "The retirement act confers Its benefits upon all employes of any .company to which it relates with- out regard to distinction between' Interstate commerce. Intrastate commerce, or activities which do .not constitute commerce at all." ;--------------fr- iii detail, however. I find it contains provisions, which, in my opinion, were beyond the power of the field proper '.vlll thej Maunolla No. 1 Cradduck. In ress ami which render it uncon- Magnolia No. Daves Hardiu. iiij24-2-ii. waiting on cement after stitlitlonal. the southeast of northwest of j plunging back to approximately "In the first place, the act Is northeast of ".0-2-7, drilling today 1170 feet. unconstitutional because It feet and reporting a food Carter No. 1 Lucy Smith and show of oil. On the west side of the Fltts field, the I'.lackstock No. II! Crad- duck In 2.1-2-r, Is drilling at 2.411 feet, and has rli; completed No. 211 Cradduck. In the same sec- tion Sharer No. 1 S. Norrls Is sil'i wailing on cement and the born-Superior No. 1 J. Norrln is drilling at feel; Magnolia No. 2 T. Norrls is at feel. I In section lifl-2-7. Ill addition to .the Magnolia No. II D. Hardin de- velopments, the Magnolia No. 2 D. Hardin is drilling at feet; Itlackslock No. 3 D Hardin at 2.020 feet and Deep Uock No. 1 D. Hardin at feel. J. E. Guilty to fj-osble Is building rig for his No. 1A Hardin. Ed Moore No. 1 Woodruff. In Is drilling at il.l'.in feet and Is reported to have topped i Ilunton lime. i Moore and others No. 1 Smith. In I! 1-2-7. was drilling this morn- ling at 1.7SO feet. j Moore and Deaner No. 1 Ed- I wards. In 27-2-S. Coal county, is 'drilling at 7.Old feet. Cled Oil No. 1 1'urgerson. In was at list) feet mornluu. I Desperado Dies Few After Encounter Without Firing Shot HIT SHINIES Denies Part in Kansas City Slaying; Had Tried to Make Terms For Surrender EAST LIVERPOOL. O.. Oct. 23 Arthur "Pretty Hoy" Floyd, the terror of the Okla.- homa badlands, lay on nn uniler- 'taker's slab here today In expia- tion of Ills ten years of crime. Ills black hair slicked do-vn meticulously even In death. In cenluate llie pallor of Ills faiv. the braggart sought for the Kan- j'sas City I'nlon station massacr" a year ago last June bore tbu marks of four bullets, fired at iilx 'back- The law finally caught up wl'h i the desperado, listed as pu'.ill': I enemy No. 1 since John DIlllnr-T S. and local! under a rain of lead In Chi- cago three months ago, on an i-ui- lated farm, seven miles north of lu-re, late yesterday. For Floyd, who, like his kind, boasted he never would be alive. It was an Ignonilnous enu. Alone with federal and city offl-" leers poured a death-dealing flw at his retreating figure, the. ban-, dlt charged with the deaths of I at least seven men, remained a j solitary figure In death. His mother, who bad Indlcu'nd she would come to East to claim the body, advised Coro- ner E. H. Sturgls to send It to ner home at Salllsuw, Okla., for burial. of Educator. Lawyer i sturgls was completing n plece- Anrl Riminens Man to Be Perfunctory Inquest lo- And Business ivian 10 DC i hltl, of Held Wednesdny 1 from department of justice agents land East Liverpool police to com- il-'riini MiMHliij'n linily) Iplete the record, liy afternoon he' William Charles Farmer, well to lurn tlie body over known citizen and attorney of, to mortician, for re- a! lo tlu' wnlcl1 witnessed so many of his bloody escapades. An autopsy revealed only four after a lingering Illness ot. hod found their mark. Two several weeks. He had reached ,ort, through him. back to front. the age of sapping Hie desperado's life wlth- Slnco coming to Ada more than I jg minutes after he was struck four years ago. Judge Farmer. A third lodged under a has taken an Interest In all the A fourth pierced an arm. things for tho Improvement of; the coroner said a cursory the communrty and has made. showed Floyd hart A'-cusct! Pleads Not Charge "f Murderinn Lindbergh Fialiy prepar-lotber parts of the Franks graben lu ni- mi tr-uie out tmi-iv were 'm follows- palgn against the "hot oil trade, i and spending some n! I Lynch No] 1 Thompson. In 1-i Ordered to this tlmp nt ,MlnH KADA. Martlneaii yet was expected to j require 24 to 4S hours to pre-j A Hhort tlmc