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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1934 NUMBER 38 A column of talk more or leas iibout the news of the time. By Members of Sl.iff Tin- nation-wide drive against: crime Is not hein- ov as Ada city and cnunt> olliclals, work tn I.eep tlic element under control in Ada and {'onto- j toe county. Two e-.tia policemen have In en added tn (In- city pnliri- lorce dtir-i Ing tin- Chri'tma-- v. In-n more acllvHy mean: more disliir-' hancex. and plan- an being work- out for a permain nt Incieaso in llif city fori e. Traflic lirhts at inli Tsectiniis downturn -ttciTs have been under dbcussion tni Mime time as a po.-sible improvement anil nnw a radio di lo maintain contact with patrol cars ov tin-, city i- up IK: consideration. II Ada continue.- in glow. n is al-n going to In- neec--ai y to i-tabli-h it police mini, thus separating tin1 ilillli-s of police judL-e trom that of mayor. 125 YEAR OLD flT Japan peitectly willinu In gain or at h-asi not tear Hie riimitv ol tin- other world powers. Tii" lilll" i-land kingdom kviil no! to a continuation ot Hie na-.al IreaM between tha' roun'iv and Great F.iitain .1 nil 1 1 1'nlled State--. You will that in Picsid-nt Warii-n Gamaliel Haitlim.' called a naval di-ann- ronlerence in Washington. In that con! ei eiice Ilie meat naval powels p.ll I iclllal Iv the I'ni'ed Stale-. Giea; iliilain and Japan agre.il to scrap certain ships which were then 1-nildiiiL: o: had licen planneil. In the au'iecmint. il was deciileil that ih" I'niteil Stales and Giea! liiitaln should cijual on the .-ea-. The men e a v.ny ot .1- Inu the ol crafi.l lull naluiall} do not any of liL-unni; the stn-nulh ol the hu- inan element. At the s a m lime i I was a-'ieed ihaf w h e n Ihe I'niled Slate- and reji itain linve Japan would luue Illlly Hirer .-hip-. Thai i- how Ihe flve-tlve-t hri't- i- a t I o come- in. Now the little yellow fellow- lii-l.-i they tiiiisi liavi- a a.- and ,-tiuni; as any oilier natioi.. Of couise. Japan cannol catch up with either the I'nlted or Cieal Miiiain il a race in war ship- weir ill. hut sucli a i.ii'e would he MI and so that it feelns would not elilrr il itlit you cannot tell what a will do when It liecome.- war III :e or terriloiy mad as Japan seems now to he. You will want lo watrh the action- of Japan .1 yrar. Il seems that .-time o' rials helli-vr llial II. Hohinson. Jr.. the former iiur.iii ot an insane wiio i- ai- in kidiiapril Mr-. i'.  V. Sl-jll in la.-.i O.-l- olier, I- and ahoul the countrv dre--ed a- a That a picture of criminal- llial is generally tmeiun to the piildic idea of a liiu had man. Miel of the Kidnapers and Killer- ir- soit to dilferent form of ilisiaiises. liut far we heard of none (hem on the gar- ment. nl the inndetn tlappei. Max- IM- Itiihiitriin i- noi ol liie hi- haii w oil type. K. Mailaml u! In i eiu lU laimuia's state i> tie1, eloping lapldly. A will -tudy laii- nes- o! contract- entered into hj Ihe highway coniiiiissioii Until its tel'.l espilis; the slatf- will pmhahl> appropri- ate lunds loi leliel t he naliiioal ha- h- n asked to up an Hi" to t'lvr out food and cloIhiiiL- when- einei mn- cle- ariM'; Marlani! a -tate re-ouice platinini: hnaril. a state- wide. ion-; An indidiiieni :m a motl.ev far more severe the rullru of the ci-uM !ia- I" H now in the hirle Vaiul.-r- Idlt. for who-e riistody her moth- ei and an autit eiiua'-ed in a court hatth-. The mini, a- wa- axv'ard'-d caie o.' Ilie jni- :no-: Ot Ihe llu.e. ti.e Iliothel to haVl Jier on wi eKcr.d.-. Now it cume- out thai Ciloria. when a-keil i; :-he mi ant curies aiul cm-- in ieiters to her mother in ii- nnle and hii-.-. -aid that wa- what they d Inn that flu- didn't mean them. Asl.i d if she wanted to with her moth- er in the conntr> she said never. she wanted to alw...i- Ihe with her aunt. A.-ki-d it -he had lived a loiii: time wi'h lii-i mother, she leidi-d that had Inn :aid. "Inn I hardly .-vei ,-ee her tilill- Ol hel. She has Iwe'l nice to Such word- tr.iiu ll.e liille I it'll ale "Ti- ilenre of the atfectioii the mniiier Itas -acrlticed lor of a litth- attention and i.indh ti-atniet.t ol I. i i 11 .-111. i i I 11 e i. Woniiin Who Traveled "Trail of Tears" In I 81? 3 Taken By Death Mil.I. CltL'KK. Okla.. Pec. 19 i.Ti llotato. year old lull Idood Choi-law Indian woman, died al her home near Granite mountain today. As a year old till she rode .1 pony over the "trail ot tears." I tollovvi-d by the choctaws In w'icn they exicteil tlo.n Mis- sis. -Ippi lii ihe hind that i.; now I lahoma. SI.e vvas believed the oldest pel in tin- state. She lived with her only daughter. I.o -nine Moholetiilv. so. and bad not been off her land lor all years. Halt a centuiy ami she was a familiar figure at family ovv- wnvvs but sin- ijuit her social acti- vities at She never had a laiiinad train. Her hearing iind eycsUht vvas nearly perlcct until ileatli. Ann'. had never Ir-en p 11 o t o L-i a i h FERA Gives Work To All This Month I'RS Seeking to rind Jobs I-or Unemployed Not On Relief Rolls Offers to Loan Money to Cities Desiring to Build Public Plants MORRIS JUBILANT Olhcr. Points of Legislative Policy lo Be Announced In Near Future PHOP05ED TE BELT OKLAHOMA CITV. Dec. in. from which the fed- tree belt program in Okla- homa will liir directed will opened here this week. George It. Phillips. Ukliihnina stall- fur- 1 FLOOD ester acting director for Tlie lederal government Is do- ing II- part toward making this Chrisimas a merry one lor I'on- totoc county lamjlics. Kvery person listed on the rolls- have been given tiom 'J to i days work this month, thus providing some ii.oney in practi- cally every needy family III I 'l e county. K. iimrity administrator said night. The first two days of this week I employment was ulven to lull IM-n on FIJI! A projects, stated ami work vvas to eonti'i'ie Tiiuisdav. when ihe olllc-' would be closed down until the latter part of next week. The of the tamilii workmen deiermiii'-d th.. ot davs worl, i-ach i. especial attention v.as dv the miMler lo e iliiit on tile rolls received at 1-a t days work this month. ('barb's Hotiensniu. di'e of Ihe Federal Keemploym- n: f'ei vice III-: I'. iislietl Ihe oj tlie Ada Junior Chamber ot Cni'i- lueice in locating jobs lor Ihe unemployed iffice in tin I WASHINGTON. Dec President KooM'Vell is i loan federal funds to York ior other cities for construction nl municipal power plants it In- v i'st ig.itions prove they can be i operated ctieaper thiin by )irlviite companies. This was made Known todav jiil the president's semi-weekly press conference in giving his v lews on current topics. l The president took up the suest ion niday with .Mayor I.a- Gtiardia of New York and City Coiiimis-loner Davidson. They have refused bids of private com- panies in supply next year's pow- er on the glound they were hoi -Idtant. The president said he I maintaining silence on his legir'- jlative program until il Is jsented iii congress on January In all probability he will not report to the planned before bell program, said today. A. N. Itutler. tree expert from .Michigan, will be assistant t" Phillips. Nine Oklahoma 'Minnies will be touched by the belt of wlilch the federal covei ninvnt idiir.s to plant from in the Gulf of Mexico as a. droith prevention measure, PliilUps said. He has begun selection ot I seeds and small trees suitable re'idy in i for experimental planting in 1 fill 3. Necessary Part of Homestead And Industrial Development, Declares in Speech Austin Smith Signs Confession Of Killing of Lon S. Gregory Two Slain As Mob Tries _ To Seize Accused Negro INAUGURAL _PLAN5 Names Six Important Points of Administrative Policy When Installed No One Injured, Considerable Damage in Blast at First Baptist Church I make the r.ulio illation lie had congress meets. Carefully his messa-e to lioosevelt   Manpicss of wrlilni: In tomorrow's Sunday Dlsii-iteh, says Adolf Hitler recently was vtjciinl from the air while he was [lying over Fast Prussia. A Iraveler who Junt ret nine.I from Cermany told him tin- 'ale. the Maniuess writes. nil de f swooi iendoisemen of the central com- mittee. "II Is his Intention to d i that when said Drake. He had b  .-el up ii national guard organi- zation lo adniinisti r food an I clothing lo destitute III event of food riots or other emergencies, such as tin- recent hunger marcii at McAlester. Lithuania. The slnry say-. er Illtlei nor his pilot was hurt but In cbjirg" the realm leader's safely were greallv alarm- ed and precautions to pr.Tt-cf I 'in thereafter were redoiibtr-d. In his art'cle he also says- that the traveler, whom he -lid not name, revealed thai Paul loseoh FREES SUTEI "The womei of the par imaiul one siai dard for not land women In bundling pitronau" and In all parly Mrs.: lira Hargrove if I.awton declared.- i llalph Cliam'.iers of Plclie.'. for-! I nier state repicsenlalive. wan nn j 1 Ills feel In a rush, "W" have confldenct In K. W. .Marluml and Howard I rake and I OF ICE" BORGER FREED CANADIAN. Tex.. Dec. Arthur Huey was actjultteil tonight of a charge of ec (inal WASHINGTON. Dec. Hi -M'' The tlrriiiiin-Aiiierlcan "cotton deiil Wiis reported today i u n into ii in doubt. authoril} who firefened he iiuot'-d hy inline, said Hoosevelt wiis vvilhiiold-[ ii decision on the t ransaction l possible le-.isions. I'nderi liii- nrcsrnt plan IIMI.OOII to oiio hab's of American cotton I would he bought by Gel man nier- i chant" with the understanding that li.is rniiLfy would taki- Gei- in.in gnoil- In return. I'iroiigli a e: ed it iirl nient. ftreatesl returns for tlie amount invested News Clarified Ads. It was emphasised the adniin- istration is detei-mlnetl tn ahead with its campaign for cheaper power. The companies whose bids v.i-ie rejected by New York City were members; of the Fdisou Jolnllii; ill the White Hn.lse power conference was Head Ad- lie ibeii Uakenhns, who cnndurteil a power investigatt-ir. lor Mr. Itonscveli when he was I assistant secretary of the n.uy I during Hi war. As a result of that Invesilga- tion, Mr. lioosevell advoca" u I'onstruc. Ion of a government power pla-it in the u I navy yard It was built. WOODLAND. Calif.. Dec. 1 "nnwrltter law" had lit; J wav hen per cent of i month pension and Hi today wber il jury of ele- j ven men ant1 one wo.nan aciiuilted The president said hi- regiirds the power as largely one of simple mathematics- a whetlier it is cheap- er to buy Irom prlviitt- companies or constriut one's own plant. It also was learned that Ihe rnmi-nt has not paid some ot its bills to the Niagara son Power company since hist j July pending an Investigation of v, -.ether ihe rales are excessive. Asked about proposals for c nut met loll o: n canal Ihrough Nicaragua President Koosevelt observed iion-coium it tiiltv that fatb-r >eiirs ago had Inves- in such ii proposliIon. .ludson C. Doke of murder in the slaying of hN attractivi- wife's verse-writing lover, l.amar Hol- lingshead. Tlie courli'oom crowd cheered as Hie verdict vvas announced. With tears in his eyes, Doke. I- year-old Siin I.''amlro. Calif., milk inspector, lhanked the jurors and shook hands with each. The aciiuilteil man then began seeking ball on a charge of -111- bi-xxling of city fuinN in connection with his Job. Tin" accusation developed from th; vestlgation that preceded ihe ling of the muni ei- c'uirge. attorneys also said In would I suit for divorce. i It was Poke's second tr'X. and jury deliberated 2'i first trial endi'd with I h e jury deadlocked seven in l'iv_. set SAI-T J.AKK CITY--SP..-CI.-I Officer Charles Itobn "Ironed out" his difficulties with an al- leged crook in short --irder. After llnlin had arrested th" suspect and recovered a flatiron lie was alleged lo have stolen, the man started to inn. tiohn :i a stiite minium.u ill jears. Kent asked for an opinion on tin1 a-c am! 111-! laii'.ount to be paid. Marland re- jt'erred the matter l-'i Ills nension 'committee, polnnng out fiat tlie pension would tin take care inf many of the aides j to be cut off the federal rolls and miulit reduce state appro- j prlatinns for relief. .Marland after a conference Inf tin1 federal restirces jibit i boiird, announced be f.ivored it slate planning hoard ID in- work in conjiincii'iii with Hi-.1 t natliinal board. llisi l.mig Time Highway Prognim fiii-1 (i. The liigbway advisory com- liuittee will be as'ke 1 by Marland lo formulate a long time "plan- ned" highway program, winch In- declared lie believed tile state should have. In connection with aiinounce-l plans tor the Imuigurnl el._h: bonorv coltinels lo si rvt! of Mar- j land's staff were announced. The colonels will be Howard Drake, campaign manager; Clarence Page, chairman of the Inaugural committee; IMdlenian; 11. S. Graham. Oklahoma City; Frank ull FEDEBO WASHINGTON, Dec. A proposal for pulling unem- be P. Douglass, me'nb.-r of the .n- hurled the Iron. Several stitches I C-intiniU'd on Page S, No. 5) lu re In tlic uiau's htud. th lo President Koosevelt. The suggestion was advanced by Ihe Hev. Carleton White o'f Chase City. Va., chairman of a i committee on Christian education I and ministerial relief In his own presbytery. Asserting reports that there are! llliemploved "must be sonn-wheri Delia IJuarells if v Ice chairman of Hie second moved that "th'1 Hon. Mr. Drake be directed tn Include the wnmen vice chairmen it his selup li Ilin: afipllciints lor jo is whose endorse- nients they must get." Chairman Moore hel I Hie 1.10- lion out of order, i "Governor Ma 'land to go through (he con ity organisations for emlorsemen s." said puke. cannot ex iect tie sta-.i i chairman and v ce -h.-iln ian in ganization. j The 1ury dellheraled but (wo i hour.-, ami 20 minutes and reach- ed Its verdict nn the first ballnt. "Thank you, genllcmen." Huey said as the verdict was read. He walked from the courtroom wltli i his wife. Only a few spectator'! j Were present. The stiite for tin' death penally for the slaying of llorger In the postofflce of. the which bore his name. Huey, Hiilchinson county tax assessor ami collector, claimed self-defense as the motive for i Hit- killing. i Tin- argiiini'iitH of slate prose- cutors ami defense counsel cen- tered about the testimony of K. II. Nowan. llorger utilities offl- iask: "Is that a pmmlsj Him and Hulchlnsou county dep- will the endorsniii-ntmif ]nty -.lu-riff. The defense vigor- fact." he wrote the "R> -MI K.....I asked. li-ndi-il story which said All of tlies-e men need an op- ,it 1 lit-i.'! wa-lt elllered tile postofflce with nnrt mi It v t n work in t lii'tr i n rof "-Ion' I it I 11 ve h, eV, you Tom. Inside his coat, engaged piofessions but I b -lieM- In Ihese t ;lft. days the nation needs them In this ,Vill not g. t -r i sc, f rod four "hoi" Into work than they need "Do ,L'' work. Is a great moral forco. ,.llow 7 that j In.000 applicants for j d., and l.AKKIN, AriT. Kerr i will have lOO.Ooo. before we get through.' Jerome Fisher, chiitii.an of Tnlsa county, moved lo support to "Governor ;n his selection of em.iloyes hocaiise we had confidence In .ilm liouglit a mule with the thrown In for 51 at a sale. He took home Ihe and lefl Hie mule. hrldl public. bridle Greatest reuirns for the amount Classified Ads. J we ask llllU." the peop e to vote OKLAHOMA CITY, Pec. eli; cows from I'latt National park will ho placed In the McCurialn county KHUIO pre- serve In an effort to start a herd on the preserve. Until. Chand- ler, slate Kuiuu warden, sntd to- J day.   

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