Ada Weekly News, November 8, 1934

Ada Weekly News

November 08, 1934

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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1934 NUMBER 32 yWVrtl M ARLANDjjAJORlTY MORE THAN Alleged Kidnaper of Robles Child Under Arrest A A >P XTPII7 OFFICERS TRUE Will Be Chanted With Sending I Extortion Through Mails DENIMJDED'RANSOM Child Found by Searchers Chained in Hole in Ari- zona Derert Record Breaking Majority Given Democratic Candi- date Tuesday j SPEGIftL SESSION CALLED OFF Only One Republican in Slate Senate, Eif-ht to Be In House DEEP ROCK WELL WASHED IN LATE WEDNESDAY OKLAHOMA'S NEW GOVERNOR Bromide Again Proves To Be Pay Sand, Newest Addition to Field Flows 100 Barrels of Oil in 10 Minutes Test As May Result in Leaving Huge Surplus Near Present Level EXPLANATIONS VARY I'HOI'.NIX. Nov. 7. Oscar II. KoliMHi airalgnod before Hie I'. S. roinniisi.liiiior In -o ludiiy on a fiirniiil of lild- obi June Uoliles last A pill 2T.. llolison's bond sei at 000 by Ciiniinl-sloni r I.'an Hurley. and he Imme.llalely was remand- ed to Jail. Hohroti. wealing a largo cowboy bat and dres-ed In a blue suit was Immediately escorted from the Con Miissioner'.s otliee by three depailment of justice men and a deputy I'. S. marshal to the coun- iv Jail. He appeared frightened. the WASHINGTON. Nov. 1.--I.V'-- The department of justice today announced that its agents bad taken into custody Oscar II. Itob- son upon aulborlza-1 lion of the F. S. iiNorney of riioenlx. Ariz., on the formal charge of extortion in connection with the kidnaping of sis year old June Kohles. The dopjartinenf said that a federal complaint is being Hied charging llohsnn with Hie sen.l- Fnlted Slates malls. iliKiui. a "1 -year-old resident nt Tucson, was Identified by the various handwriting ex- perts who declared that the hand- iiTltlir. In the eMortlon letters, which called for payment of JI.'.HOO. was his. For several years he has been connected with a dance hall In Tucson. I'niiooiii Doniiindoil The llobles child was kidnaped by an unidentified man abn'il p. in. April 2." while she was going home school. Later the same afternoon a Miiall Mexican boy uave her fath- er'a written demand for the 1100 In live, ten and twenty dol- lar bills. The boy who delivered Mr1 note said he had been given cents by a man be did not know to deliver It. The initial ransom demand was roughly printed In lead pencil bearing the signature "XYX" and contained speclllc directions for delivery of the money. No further word was heard from the kidnapers until April when a second letter was dis- patched rrom Tucson to the girl's father repe.itlnc the demand. fien addressed through Hie newspapers a request to the kidnapers that they submit proof bis child was still living, llohles expressed willingness to comply with all their demands. Early In the morning of May f, the 'third note, similarly slun- ed "XYX." reached the uncle of the kidnaped child. This note saiil the child was health and again demanded delivery of the money. On the afternoon of May 14. June was found b> her uncle and her father's attorney and return- ed alive to her home. OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov.S -LI1 Covernor-elecl K. W. Marland; .today pondered the creation of la "brain trust" to bring the new deal to Oklahoma. I Given a record mandate by the 'voters and a virtually solid dom- 1 ocratic legislature. Marland an- nnuticod be would open an of- flee .it I'onca City at once to dl- 1 reel detailed studies of a slat" I referendum for submission to th' legislature In January. 1 Mill-land's majority continued 'to mount as additional returns .were received. When jclncts were reported the vot" Iwas: Marland. IMne 21 a majority of more i than 1 votes. i At the same time Governor Murray announced that lie abandoned his plan for a spec- ial session of the legislature i November 21 for the purpose of; I remitting penalties on delinquent itaxes and preventing tax sales, i Democrats made a clean sweep I of state capllol offices Tuesday. j So overwhelming was the dom- publican, a holdover member, will sit ill Hie senate next jaii- nary and only eight represeii- j tatives In the house. Incoming re- .turns Indicated today. While complete returns were not available tonight from nil counties, the 22 democrats 1 ing lialf the senate seat-i this year swept the ticket defeating I every republican aspirant. George 1 Ilutchlnson of Knld. whose ti-rm does not expire until will be the only republican in ih" senate, unless additional return.i change the apparent trend. The fiuhl over of the two houses already has he- gun. Leon C. Phillips, of niah. candidate for of the house, has opened headquar- ters In a hotel here. Developments at the Deep Rock No. I D. Hardin late last caused oil operators and other interested parlies to watch eagerly for news of testinK, after the well had been washed in Wednesday afternoon. v IWause of difficulty in setting water to the pirmps it re- Wallnce Says Due to Lack Of, Funds in Other Countries; i Critics Caustic Ily SAM HLF.DSOE (Axnrlalril Wrltrr) WASHINGTON. Nov. rowing concern over the shrlnk- quired one and one-hnlf hours to wash the well in and get ready, had spread today from tho for tests. The well is located in northwest of southeast of northeast of Station 30-2-7. After the well ,hnd been opened, it was allowed to flow through tubing for ten minutes, produc- ing 1 00 barrels of oil. or at the rate of 600 barrels an hour. A leaky collar between 4S flow-line anil the how-! ever, eansed the well to be In for repairs and at lateit report early tills nioniliiu. tests liail not tieen reRiinied. (iiik I'tv-.smv MiUli The shul-ln presmire of the well registered SIlO pounds of L-as, which Is said to he a er tas pressure than that of any other well In field at that i The total depth of well Is now 424-1 feel. 1 On October 27, seven Inrh pipe was set at feet and on Oct- ober :'.0, the plUK was drilled. 'Slnre that time the Well been closely watched as a slble producer. I Opinion nt observers last nl I were thai I lie new well n-lll lie as uood a producer as any In the 1'ltts field. It is Illiely that the 'of the well' will be completed some time today. 1 Well Kvlcnils l-Melil The completion of this we'l AAA to other administration sec- tors, with various proposals being1 offered as remedies for the situa- tion. Figures loll the reason for tin'; alarm. The cotton year beings on, August 1- Kxports from that dato this year to October Sii were only; 1.1 bales, compared to 202.000 for the same period last! year. J i Kxports of the staple have aver- 'aged around S.000.000 bales an-j 1 uually for the past several years. continuance of the present ex-; port rate would nee the cotton season end next August 1 with only 12.000 bales sent out of the country. 1 Since the AAA began Its crop, idjiistment plans, the III.OOO.OOO j Sale carry-over of American cot- ion lias been reduced to 600 bales, but the latter figure Is: the third largest carry-over of the staple on record. I This year's crop, estimated at bales. Is one of the! Ada Man Fatally. Injured One smallest on record but unless con- feet; Crosble Nn. 1 A- J. llaidln In soulbwest or northeast i of northeast illUKliiK pits and rel- llai; Delaney No. 2 A. J. llardln i drilling at feet; Magnolia No. i 2 Hardin at feet. Near In Oled Oil No. 1 Fuwrson toil.iy was ut feet; in Hi-ls-Se itre I I'elty No. 1 McMillan was at 1.1..." feet today. Other Hurt, in Weekend Crashes i I'piini Accidents tool; heavy toll yes- adds another Uromide sand pro terday. one of I'ont oloc couniy ducer to the crowliiK cluster of i resultlim fatally for I-.. J. IU-s- has f'in'enter such wells In this area. The new producer Is situated just one location east of uiro-idyl liigsiiy was "J SeeHon more activity] He was taken to a local hosplta Is nmle'r wav with Stanolind Oil where It was discovered that 'company moving In rigs the! had a skull fracture :.No. 2 Hardin, in northwest of. He died th s morning about .northwest of southeast and o'c ock. leaving; asstir h- INO U Hardin In the southwest 1 relatives a son. II. sumption, both foreign and domes-, I tic. Increases, the AAA will have i Imade little progress toward get-; i ting rid of the surplus. I The contention has been advan-i ced. too. that the through Its offer to lend any pro- I _ ducer 12-cents a pound on his col- j Deliveries to be Made ton. has pegged the price and ere- QI Stores BeKinninp ated an artificial value for Amor- TO DjZZHEjHIS Final May Give Lead Of Over Republi- can Opponent PARTY mmm SWEEP All Candidates For State Of- fices and Congress Win Election Otilnliinnn giivei-nor 2U71 of .-WII.- Mnilnnd. 11., IMne. H., OKLAHOMA CITV. Nov. E. Mar- lanil. hearing a record manduta from Oklahoma voters, plunirpd Immediately Into tho, tasl; today of producing a promised new deal, an C.overnnr "Alfalfa Hill'" Murray abandoned his plans for' a special session of the new loR-' lulature. Murray, who had annoiincod he planned to call the session lot' tax relief, said senators pledging to Ignore the call would "dally" and delay passage of the tax pen- alty waiver legislation until It! was too late. PlaiiR for openltiK an ofnco at I'onca City nt once wero iinnottn-' ced by Marland. From there ho will direct detailed studies hr volunteer committees and em-' ployed experts Into various dras- tic statewide reforms. He also will besln preparation of his pro- gram for BuhmlHHlon 10 an almost solid democratic legislature In January. Marlnml'H Mnjorlly MniintK New Auto Parking Move Rear in Parade and Program With Cecil Harberson, Legion Commander. Speaker BLL PECflN INVITED TO EXHIBIT Invitations are being sent out to pecan growers in nearby counties to send or bring exhibits TOl'KF.A. Kan.. Nov. 7. '.V' Kansas out today as an isl- and for republicans anil drys as .another lioo.-eveli tidal wave en- gulfed the nation. Cov. Alt M. Landoi. republican elected two veals ago ill the face of the democratic landslide, re- pealed this year, defeating Omar ill. Kerhnm. "7-year old prlnler- mayor of Topeka. who charged Landon's administration had not cooperated fully with the New Heal. The stale affirmed Its tiadltlon- dry stand.' defeating emphati- ically a proposal to repeal Its .VI Ivea, old conslitiilional prohibition amendment. Returns from of pre- I duels gave for repeal. j against T h e deiiKioratlc membership corner of the section. Sianollnd has also announced a location for its No. 1 Norrls in southeast of southwest of south- west of 'J.'i-2-O. From the J. Sledye and oth- ers No. 1 Thompson In 1-1-7. .it Jesse, came reports that total depth is "i.iloti feet with no fur- ther show as the operators drill 'through the Hiinton lime to the basal pan of the formation. Di'llllni; Ahead Deaner-Moore No. 1 Kdwards. by of Ada. and a daughter, Mrs. Claud Bryant of Henryetta. Funeral services will lie heUl Tuesday afternoon at o'clock "at the chapel of the Crlii- well Funeral Home, followed by burial In cemetery. Officers are said to have In- vestigated the accident and to have ascertained who was in I lie car that hit Mr. IMgsby. A young man named Mlers was .shaken tip In an automo bile accident at the corner n'g'y'piian'Jind otheV staples. Some new parking regulations ________ The market price Is around 12 i will go into effect here lo a few sixteen years auo oil November cents now and 12-cent loans al-idays, according to readv have been made in 1.711.-I today of city authorities. Jubilant fashion the signing of th "bales of cotton. Unless the j All delivery trucks and vans 1 price of the staple rises are to begin soon making dellver- modlty credit corporation may les at the back of stores Instead find Itself with from one third tojof parking on Main street and do- om1 half of this year's crop on at the front. Merchants who do not already Wallace l-Xplnlns 'have arrangements made for Secretary Wallace and his aides J handling deliveries at tin that acreage reduction and'asked to make them now. I he loan policy of the Increasing need of nil available lion are not the real reason forispace on Main street for moving the precipitate drop In shipments traffic Is responsible for the new of America's foremost regulations, delivery trucks don port product for that hie parking or stopping in i middle of the street putting traf- Tlie'secretary's explanation Is fIc under a handicap, that Inability of other nations to Sixteen 11 Ada illant fashion the s------- .armistice that ended hostilities In I tho World war. Kuril year succeeding has found the fulled States observing Hie anniversary of that date with n deepening sense of obligation ami .seriousness In restrospecliv" cen- roar of the greit -onilicl Otliei-H Drlllllil! Abend I was sliaKen up in an ainmn..- ln.llimtj. other nations lo; Deaner-Moore No. 1 Kdwards.! bile accident at the corner exchange, lack of pur-; genatorg OpDOSB in 27-2-S. near Tupelo Is still dril- Nineteenth and Oak Minday aft- other words. Is. _ i c but was able to return why customers OpCCial In Section 2.'.-2-R. reports of to his home after receiving, on their States activities today Included Illack- treatment at the Ada hospital. He cites Oormany WaiQrep OldlCS stock No. Ill Cradduck drilling ai Two trucks and a passenge. example and the complaint 3.74.- feet: Carter No. 2A Crad- automobile were reported to! officials that they can- n.. f. j.. 111 i ti ;i i i Inill ll 11 iiiiii'Miiii n an example and the complaint of German officials that they cau- not buy our cotton unless the I'nl- more Gorman pro- feef Carter No. 2A Crad-j automobile were reported diick drilling at l.OIIO feet; Mag-] have been involved in a nolla No. 2 Tom Norrls drilling j at the bridge acrusi and No Tom Nori is I adlan river north of Ada Mill- up rotary. day In which no one was In- I Tin- Moore No. 1 Akors In Jured. '2-.; was drilling today at Driver of a truck loaded 'feet and the Moore and other? oil field casing was said to u is cheaper than the :No. 1 Smith. In at escaped serious Injury or death feel, Section today had Hlack- i slock No. Hardin drilling at I Administration critics, however. I reply that there has been an In- I crease in the use of foreign cot- feet; Carter No. 2 ltlchar-1.' by ducking as the load of bas come the came crashing through the upper! t, secretary Hull part of the cab as the truck was cotton halted suddenly. I' (Continued on Page 8. No. 2) SHAWNKK, Nov. Senator Tom Waldrep announced today that he had obtained ex- pressions from n majority of the state senate, denouncing C.over- nor Murray's call for a special session of the legislature Nov. 21 as "unwise and unnecessary." Canton had been held up by two uhir session In January would be able to carry out governor Mur- ray's purpose of preventing tax sales. ______ i..... land what It has meant to the na ttlon. to families and to liMllvld- 1 uals. Ada will have the nnrual i-b.-rr- vance on Saturday this year. wiTTi and program. I The parade Is to begin at lo o'clock. Already many group'' and organizations have Indicated that they will have floats piepa.od Tor the procession, there will be and groups of war veterans .inil the usual Inspiring march to Con ventlon hall. At the hall the program if t ls desire to confine the show to home people. It Is not yet ful'.y determined where the show will be held. It may be In the dining room of the Aldrldso hotel, but If is found it will be in a liulldtng on West Twelfth street near the old postofflce site. __________K.------------- ni'HANT. Olila.. Nov. Nelson Postoak. Choctaw In dlan. was killed by 'a passenger train south or here early today sifter he apparently had fallen asleep on the tracks. Ills widow and three children survive.