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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE AHA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV URGED TO PECi Agitators Threaten to Use Guns In New Onslaught Against Workers PRECWJAKEN Officers Station Machine Guns Behind Barricades and Await Next Move on. -I.T- A mnii! Of aboil! Strike agltatOIS I whoi-c leaders urged llii'in In! "I t police bullets wllli gathered :il SIlllUI hail L'llglcwond today for another march cm Uen- VIT relief projects Inn disbanded when armed officers airlv-d un- expectedly. Tin- mob was tin- .sum- tint clashed In ii lilonily riot Oen- VIT police yesterday when It at- tempted In halt all ilenver fcdcn'. relief work projects. Police 111" belief IIS members were Instructed I" ly pacs Into Denver from Kngle- wood tills morning iiiid m Ill till- lliiy ill (VlltlM-. niT Ihe street from tilt' CiTiurado l llOUXC. After about 100 had gallie nt tin- hall of tin- Ann-i Iran Wo C-rs l.'llloil 111 KllgleWOod till' crilW.l diminished rapidly when .ho Knglcwood police force was In- creased. Meantime I lying police. arnii'il with and tear gas liniuli: Pecan growers In Pontoto" and adjoining connles are urged by tin: countv association to par- ticipate in the county show that will be held In Ada November and 1 I. A pint of each var- iety Is Miffl-lcnt for an exhibit but a grower may make more than one entry of the same va- riety If he chooses to do so. There Is no charge of any kind, all entries mad.- free. Winning exhibits will be sent to tin; state show. It has not be n dcflnltcl." de- termlned where Ihe show will he i held. vear It was In the Mobbv of tin; Aldrnlge hotel but tlvltles that IE FIGHTS II R STATES ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1934 Where Oklahoma's Governors Live NUMBER 31 Fusion Ticket in Tennessee; Bankhead Opposed; One Contest in Virginia ATLANTA. Oct. i dry contests are stirring Interest j In'tbe general election In the j ratification of the democratic nominees. In Alabama there Is a special effort to roll up an overwhelming democratic vote in approval of the i New Deal. Illbb Craves, demo- icratlc choice; for governor, has 1 on tin- slump along with a due to the oil activities inai11 mack, who Is not place Is usually rowded. so It may be found impracticable to a vote of con Probably It will tin- buildings on treet near the old hold I! there. In (ini- o[ West Twelfth postofflce site. Novemher ii that will J doubting Thomas." fldeiice on husli every That Is their answer to what at first was viewed only a gesture by the republicans. William llankhead. who i sponsored the cotton control act Iwith his brothel', Senator John H. 1 liankhend, has a fight with an In- i dependent on his bands in the 'Seventh congressional district, liunkhead Is one of :he leading PACIFIC FLIERS HITLER DROPS OUT OF HUGH BUTTLE Kingsford-Smith and P. G. Taylot Complete Difficult Leg of Voyage Bold Aerial Navigators Making Long and Dangerous Flight From Australia to fill- he 111- of. of I IIF.ULIN. Oct. vlces of thanksgiving will be held -Sunday bv churches opposed the nazl C.ermaii Christians. Chancellor Hitler ras decided and his party are no Ioniser lerested In the church fight. Thus der fuehrere disposed for the present at least, om the most difficult and far-reach- ing controversies evor before him. His attitude may ultimately lead to separation of the church and stale In (ierinany. The chancellor's stand, taken at a conference with three Insurgent bishops, was cheered by oppoul lion forces today as a smashing victory. It climaxed their long I fight uiiuinsl Itelchblsbop l.udwlg Mueller and his dictatorial pro-, m, I gram lo unify tlie (.erniaii Lhilsl-, Ian or evangelical church. II Duce Formally Ambitious Military Policy For Italy NATIONlB CftNIP Compulsory Military Training To Cover Half of Average Life Span (r, u t, H a A Next l-inuarv C.oveynor ernor's man'slon et k- I Ships in Trouble. Temperatures Riinyc Downwiird Far Into South G 0 V C K tl 0 K'3 H A N I 0 H William II. Murray will move from the guv- i -diown above) after a four-year residence there governor and his family will move Photo. '.h- 1 ver and bioke up all gioups of warnings told of high winds loiterers. j gales from lioston to Hutter-n. Several men were nrrcMc I i Snow fell early wben they appeared at a :lo.vi day III eastern Pennsylvania, cov- town hall where tin- rioters lip.l U-rlng tlie Pocono moniital.-t agreed to meet at a. in. toil, for a mass march upon i.-il Leaders assert "pick and shovel workers" have been discriminated against In the reduction of work caused by diminished relief funds. Officer- on (iimnl Officers today guarded all to-' lief project-i to prclcnt tin- lio'e, from repeating their ice of yi'.-lcrdnv when appealed at an oiithlng work relief tlon and attempted to halt v-ivk. When they threw the :ln- workers into nearby Platle ilvei the police liiierlerred ati-l a ilot followed In which on.....dice offi- cer was critically hurt, one curli- er was shot, a'viiit 20 were wounded and a filling and police car wrecked. The rioters had announced I'ny planned to march to m nit.- taln. mile.- west of li-.ne- 111 hall a piojert there. Win In (lie project announced aoithl "stand for no Intel feiem-e -n-d house. j In Tennessee, Jot; llyrns, a ma- jority leader of the house at the! past session and a candidate for j speaker. Is unopposed for re-elect-j ion. 1 Florida Is angling for some of; California's move business by vot-j ting on a proposal to exempt mo-J i Hon picture studios from taxation! for 1.1 years. Joseph Schenck, pro- i ducer. told Florida recently that I he would move to the state should i 'I'pton Sinclair be- elected gover-j i nor of California. I Florida also votes on a proposal to repeal the stute prohibition anieiiilment. Fight III j a coat of three lo four incnes. fusion fight rages in Tenn- I There were flurries yesterday I Hooper, who was parts of New Jersey, New Yor'i, governor 20. New Knglund. and Ontario. I years ago In a democratic split, is Temperatures dropped to Kenneth D. Mc- lug yesterday In Maine and "-1 Kellar democrat. In his bid Tlir Illuslerhig advance at Invaded sections east and south today. I At least ships sui'fi ret! In 'storms off the Atlantic coast: squadrons of fears were felt for the safety of machine guns'two men missing in an open boat ruilsed Den-, off the Maine coast; and storm HONOLULU, (let. LI" Wing Commander Sir Charles Klngsfnrd-Smilh landed at a. m. today p. m. CSTi at the army air base at Wheeler field, completing his second suc- cessful flight between Hawaii and FIJI. Already the first to span tin- ocean by air from California to teal which brought him International nltlon and ford-Smith added new laurels to-' Spectators Lose Sense ot I ro- day by flying from Naselnl lleach. 20 miles from Suva, to this field In 2f> hours and minutes. The plane Lady Southern Cross flcl. 29. echo of disarmament The last talk died Mussolini, resplendent In the uni- form of a Fascist warrior, not motion machinery to make Italy a "militaristic" nation. Kvcry nrtile Italian between the ages of S to will he trained III tlie use of arms under Urn i of an Inspectorate of, post-military m-rvlM Inaugurated thin' priety and Create Con sidcrablc Disorder pn- and which ho noon. "Hack swooped cleanly to the field. Af- I ter the all-day and all-night flight. Day Celebration Saturday, Impressive Cere- monies Planned Committees of the Normal! Howard post of the American U'- glon have about completed ar- rangements for the observance here of Armlstlc Day, be held on Novemher In ed to In Maine and as low as 2H In upstate New York. They reached "7 In York City, and the weather bur -an predicted they would fall to !0 first freezing weather of tin- season for the metropoli- tan area. In the ranged In ties, with Wvthovllle for November 11 comes on Sunday, j citizens of this state to The annual parade will he held from the effects of the and encouraging reports have heat of .Inly and part of been received already of plans of various groups and organizations re-election. Hooper has joined (l) In Uie procession, forces with Lewis S. Pope, who is Following the parade Cecil opposing (iovernor Hill McAlesti r i Trai-bcrson. state Legion com- for re-election. Inlander, will deliver an appro- Pope, who calls himself ;1 jirlad- address at Convention hail. tralght was defeated Tin-re will be prizes ottered for SALI.ISAW. III which Klngsford-Smlth and his, curious person navigator, Captain P. Taylor. crushed flowi cut across both the equator and (ootstoncs, tin the international dale line, they came In "under wraps" throttling _______ the motor to approximately 100 Thermometer Goes to 38 DC-; miles an hour for the last :'.00 T vt- u. M miles of the flight. grccs I wo Nights. [No j A crowi, of u thousand Frost Reported Yet which had driven the miles ._______. to the field from Honolulu hung October has neen a mild sort lels of fragrant flowers about the of month, co-itrlhutlng to Okla- I necks of the aviators as, cramped boma a pleasant Indian-summer i mid weary, they tumbled from the season as II to make It easy for: cockpits of the single eiiglned, which will Nature to repair Ihe damages of low winged monoplane. slimmer drouth and for the) They said they did not to the Klury or and "a revival Sparta" are phrases __ has used to describe the OkTT Oct Mussolini Intends to forge. roxliiiately which only n trampled graves................. of Italy Ills- few recover terrific August. Saturday brought a sudden re- of weather lo tin- state and to Ada, however, as If to suggest that October could have done tilings In a big way to the weather it the month had been so Inclined. Wind blew out of the northwest sight land until very close to the archi- pelago. Heavy clouds blanketed 1 the Islands, but with regular shots at the sun they held strictly to i their course until the oblong- shaped Island of Molokal loomed i through the clouds. i The blK plane arrived over Honolulu 2-1 hours and inlri- utes after leaving FIJI and land- i__ "l-iw was "lit-i Premier when he appeared at ie country cemeterv of Aklns, Venezla palace, headquarters ot I re veVterduv" Inspectorate. A law 'so 'reat was te'press of the crowd, composed mostly o' men crowd of curious that once the and boys who now will bo called llev W K. Uockett. pastor of upon to take up arum, was the First Baptist church of Sal- ered outside. saw stopped during the fune.-, The Inauguration con Bled m.'rvlc" to reprove the crowd. I chiefly of an address In which Mr Uockett who conducted! Mussolini outlined the the service, assisted by the Rev. j that had prompted him to Oweii White of the Aklns llaptlst! drastically militarize Italy. church took as his text. John! Kanklng In Importance n-xt to (the army, navy and nlr mliiU- .lesus therefore had re-j tries, the deiiM'ttnent Inaugurate.! Ived the vinegar, he said, It Is today will be the i-ronry I for- "fort" to --f. nil al'1 l-i rrected a st themselves. Police guards also were ih'nv.n aliout tlie national -u.ml aimorv to prevent any attempt Officers also were I' a of dynamite and tear tas h l moved out of an apartiiK-n; il- town liy some- of the i-' The iinllce later raided h p and aneMed three men .mil women. Police said lui llli'V KIIVI- Here south, th the thirties and a mark of ".2 at I Va. Weather bureau I officials warned many Honthern communities today that it would he "very much like winter." A schooner yacht, listing off the VlrKinlii Capes, was towed to Newport News. The Line freighter Senilnole and the Colonial oil tanker Haven M--1I collided III Newport News The tanker, her side In. [went aground but was rcfloaed. The flshln- trawler Kxder 'wallowed III heavy seas, her rtid- 'der lost '.in miles east of Nan- tncket llKht ship, with coatt Kiiard raclni: to lier assistance. The sclioolier Tlieollne wan uls- 1 allied, but was taken In tow by I the freighter Kmplru Stat" and proceeded toward Cape Henry. The steamer Stonepool went 1 aground near St. Aiicnstln. tjne- bec, us the strongest Kale of the iyear howled down the C.ulf of St. bv III the democratic primary. Pope and Hooper claim that democratic Lawrence, but was [slight damage. Waller Cliandl Lewis Chandler. 2." refloated r. and missing -dnce In a sought "I'f I'ai iin-ts w ho haM coiton lax exemption certificates which the> will not need to gin Ibelr crop Ihl- year should turn them Into tin- national nool at once if Ih.-y will lo sell them through I hi-- pool, said County Agent J. P.. Hill and Win. John- Mill, county assistant in cotton ad- justment. The assistant will re- ceive tin- certificates and give re- ceipts to their owners. Clo-dng the Mirplus cotton exemption certificate pool for receipt of surplus certillcat Tenn.. oci. 'i.l'i- -Thomas H. Uoblnson sr.. 'ic-' ctlsed at Louisville In connection the kidnaping of Mrs. Alice Speed Stoll. society matron. wa- OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. Oklahoma stale pecan .show and meeting of the Pecan C.rowers association will he held In Wowoku Nov. 21-22. D. E. MoorlftB. secretary, said today. Federal, cers were seen multitude but no arrests were reported. UKKRNVIU.K. Tex.. :tl jf. McMahan. widely known railroad attorney, died here today after a month's Ill- ness. BLUE EELE HSION WASHINGTON. Oct. Another business leader came to the forefront In SKA today It 'developed that W. Hnr- rlman probably will get the of administering the unit as special agent of the notr governing board. Ills new duties are impeded to Include those formerly done hy Col. (Jeorge A. Lynch, execu- tive ofllcer under Hufili S. John- son Their exact nature Is null undefined but the choice of a mall of Harilmun's prominence IH be- lieved to mean that the Job will he even more Important than In the past. Harrlman Is chairman of hoard of the I'nlon Pacific rall- road and a director of ninny cor- porations ami hanks. He, has been with SKA for some, months, once nerving us division adminis- trator lu charge of heavy Indus- 1 tries, The mention of name, some observers thought. In new evidence of the IncreuBliiir Inlluence of lurpe-ncale butiluiiBU iu reorsunizlns
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