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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
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