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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - December 29, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIIADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1932 NUMBER 40 LEADERS TRY TO JAPANESE Will SITH FE SEEKS II SERIES IF UKES FOR BARTLESVILLE Prolonged ( ampadgn rn Mar Petitions } or Permit to Junk To Seek Other Possible Sources Of Revenue Before Turnin'’. lo na M a kes M any ( han^e .sec es?>ary ECONOMY WATCHAORO Effort Bein^ Made to Lop Half-Billion From Appropriation Bills '    \\    \    -IIINGT ON I»* i th I >K Vt (I f J apa! a 'a Road From Ada to Lehigh, Byars to Purcell \Y \s H i VLT* IN. I lee. 27. bi* J I'• rmi.- ion ta abandon iii miles ! o' rail I oat) in    On La iiouia    was a k* . <• t ;* inn r f. • * coinn.erce conj iii — i * * 11 too.i; in aa appl ica-Pion Ti .a* |,y th    Melt I-oil, To- i pc 4 ,* o Santa I’*    |{a ii road Co., I alai ta. ok la oona < '• tit tai Flail OKI.A HOM \ CITY, Der. 2^ -I    DA RTLES VILLE,    D**e. 2k — hi’ Work for I.OOO men will .1’*— Residents of Bartlesville Ire assured to.lay    wit i    t: •    a wa rd-. and Washington county will    be in-4 of contracts    by    the    state    provided with free fishing lakes highway commission as part of built with funds from the recon-t he $4.500, Ooh federal aid road st ruction corporation, provided program.    Governor Murray approves    the Sixteen projects to cost ap- project. Tile proposed plan would proximately f3 62.000, including furnish labor for the county un-the controverted Wellston imp employed under the direction of paving on IT. county, were hid    upon    yesterday    the made work program. PRESIDENT SEEKS RABIES MENACE GOVERNOR AND 'V** Vacation Fleet Moves South Where Mad Dog Roved I ow ward. Fishing Still W ith out Result Develops Symptoms Indi cating I lydrophobia By JOHN' F. CHESTER WITH PRESIDENT HOOYER A vivid reminder that til*, m.ui-aee of rabies    has    not *ntu*!\ IN I LORAH A INLAND DA>>Af.E disappeared ere .is conn iii de (Hi in Lincoln ; Joint Horsley wlio is in charge of'Dec.    2S J‘    President    Hoovei    s    velopment in a    cow    of s\ mptonts I fishing j*arty.    which    so    far    has    iniliratinc i it    . ..    was Miff.u - A11 .copt the Wellston -ap eon C. E. Burlingame, oil and gas ~one fishless, today pushed far in_ from imp** titer southward one** mer in it* owner aim mg ti .< lid : f-I !,* ast >1 tm a ti on xx I* mil/ added wold I } ■* I' ir f bis I 11 4 'ii .•due. < Is ii** • i • lilt tot I Ii rn. j i- put jMIS* i Japan I as mu d**d I»* i fled Ifit ces I *• * r wo ult POSS! bi* r< a ti jus* 11*- a jato tor lr::: 11... * t ion * said as in tie I    i* i I tm J    I ti Iv...    s. et ions, an    ran -    i out    I .* a i _ n    I ii i 'na i ti iii1    ii .la    .    'o    Via    junction it I*.»ii• ott*e . .unit . a iii-talice ii i"    mil. .    .«t    *1    tie other fioui tx t. -    j a fief I    it    i y. lo I’ ire. ll in the - ame colin y, a <li I atlee of 21 rn Hen* . a * tile«.! hoi f x s 'he -evil. I.- of line ai • no Ion. * ie* <1* d t hat    t    ii.    \    ar**    ojieratin- a    i lo    a n.i    t hat t rn a ** is no    | !.*•    poet    of developing    hu.-im ss    I ii i in tit#- f ut it it to warrant j ’out in ti *i operation.    1 tract,    which must he held nj. at    man has volunteered his services    J least    ten days to allow plaintiffs    in securing sufficient funds for    J search of better angling iti t ie for an in J motion to file an ap    the    purchase rn land, approx! ma-> deep sea game 'i-ving -rounds plication for a supersedeas bomi.    t * * I y    1,000 acres for    tile lake, pro-j off lower florida, will he awarded today.    vided Governor Murray apprompt    Held Jo slow rrni-in speed    drew a numh.-r of s. O Maxes or Durant was t ie location and provides the la-* yesterday afternoon Tit ca is*- o' wnt tin apparent lo,, bidder on th**    biir.    It is planned    to make th.*, shallow waters iii    th. 2 2*. mib s of pavement at Well-    fishing resort self    sustaining by    I East Coast Canal,    the McClain c mn-J Ston,    at S.',*' :,b 7. Ledford and    the sal** of cahill sites, campi ll Way.    of Walters, at I2K.3M,    and hunting seemed low on four bridges on    sal** of hoard in : and concessions th** gap. the anim: So*) ll after sh#* !m*u an 1 *> act queer! Iv an id as the di- ‘ti S** ad x atle* * i ti), act inti- t if \ lit* *■** x ti I * xx a ii amb* r of pc "pie (0 wa tell her its. foal I! tl!g al t Ti*' moat! J. .-ii e da-hed bi null.. at any lh im* f bat cam** nca j ■ lier Ere \ ions x sh*’ ii.! d t Tie r cpu ta! iou of I >**ing of g* •ut I* * «lis> nisi First Care Will Be to Cut Appropriations to Lowest Possible Level MURRAY AGAINST BONDS Says State Cannot Borrow Itself Out of Present Financial Crisis L COURI Vs a pi * faut HHMTX meas was killed owner of the coxx lived E cxas Railroad ( omiilission Restrainer] I* rom !enforcing C j a s W cli C )rrlcr expected to make a decision !>* along    with    tile    the tim.* Daytona Beach    wa. reached today whether to    take a    ti on Txvo locations are    being    con-    train on -out Ii or continue    ahoatd    me side red. one on Hogshooter creek , ship.    T and another on Butler creek.    j In any event, a refueling step    very mar ti*    place where a small    cie? I for the depleted Hoover fleet xx is    dog recently    xx ♦•ut mad and hit    .lax I set for Daytona, with an iminedt    a nu rn her *>:    children. ate start onward toward    Dor?    * Pierce if the water transporta ■ tion is to he continued. Vt the reduce.! speed ordered for the presidential flotilla v# -t etal ay. nearly two days would he ---—    rent tired lo reach Fort Pierce bv \uthorities Announce water, with Palm lh ac1 still sail INSULL BATTLE I IK I \ ll. >M \ CITY IN** 2s I*    ll* clarin    a j **«1 net iou t*» Si ..immi IRM) jn -fat** apptopria lion- *«»i * i* ii \t ivx«i yes is pos -itll* it I had th.*' power of fra in i ii    the 11 lid get and certain chang*    o’ ad in inist i alive agen t iovi * ion    Murray said to hop* s    I o in mg ilk la- homa    h el - et w it bin ,i 122. E BEATEN TO DEATH I ti , . e    J    ,;    some    distance    axvax    ami t .hor to .Secure Extradition ...    .    •    . fishlng grounds of Mian IIM <1 • id* r* ne#*. x OI I XX find dept. CHM IIM'II* Of was in.possihl p.***s« i.t crisis.” pi rn I pally by th* arm > for    aunt bel i^u iii Manchuria f rom opt la I o* •ut rn <j J n lilt it ■ I Cf I * as * cl* ut f «2 se**ale -'till Ii. Ii* * .**<*« senate x* as lit f * * ess i i*la x t * ii. a t toil ii ahi. d I*. \t«*a n ii. a rill .1 lienal pl. I ll* d* a 11 Zed Ie « barrel a* . a in pa m tie japanese budget of 2.239,** tom oeo yen (about $470,190,-(intl I ha- air. ady been approved bx th#* cabin*! and vxill com** before pa* Halt * ni xx ie n ii reassembles January 2** The budget is t ie largest in Japan's history. * The war office declared its purpose was mm aggressive and that Japan xx as merely trying to dose a gap bx xx bidi it hitherto had lagged held nd the military progress of of her xx or Id powers. \ xx ar office spokesman said Japanese forces in Manchuria al present xx ere under 1b,nun men but that readjustment in the course of th** biennium xxiii make the strength from .‘.n oun to I II in i 11 i n t OKI, MIMM \ <’ITV. Dee. 27 bl’1 \ healing on th** application of t )* Santa I « railroad *<» abandon its lines Im tween Purcell ami ami between \*ia Junction and Lehigh probably xxiii be in lo* oklahoma »ht\ K I. Thompson,    AUSTIN, T* a Dec 2* I*    Not    Cjiven I p    farther remove. rn, in pi. rail)n,<d division of iii.* ror I A three iud ** I nilled Slaps    -    —------------ i    During    Hie    crui ,|V porat ion commis ion, aid today. ! district cornu has grant**'! an i 11    CHU \G(). lb*’ 2s. bl’1 Ihe \ugusdne yesterday.    j *#»* et    xxas **'1 Aba ndonment of tit** txxo bran- , j ti net ion restraining the i **\as fig at *o firing Samuel Instill, glowed at times t<» harelx on** eh* tin ’list 23 *» miles long md J railroad <*©mmi? nm from enfdirc hack to the fill ted States to lace    f I <* an hour, sounding constant    MI SKOG HH. Dec 2*    <    I*    \ tie 'Cond    about ll    miles long. ling an unlet    olo-ing a portion    bis accusers    is    lo go    on, blit    jv Jo axoid shoaling th** I S S.    middle    aged    dressmaker.    XU? xx mi Id ;*ax    a blanch    in opera! ion i Of th* xx*-* astir    ga • licht    there was a    hi -    .pi*' I    ion mark    Sequoia, flagship    of the flotilla    Ylaix    We    t*-nb«*i    . •    r.    xx .»<    ton ad connecting x 11 h the line through I lint ii certain operators t her* can today as to tin* met hod of pro- The route lay through a xvind-Siiaxxm*    'id.lain a mark*! out! I lo:    their    eel!in**.    ing [>assage, at sonic points hate- WliH lot    ji -.palate heating be- I product-    This was    Indicated    today Tty    1\    50 feet from    shore to shore fot«* til.* corporation    commission • Plaintiffs    in    th* case    xx* t* tin*    th.* pi o-**ciij    ion    xx licit    accused    The depart til en t    of coin mer* Mystery \s Scan Ii ! < >i Murderer Bruins MIM) *1*1(1 Int. ii ulei * I exist I ii ; coll • iii iou ll* * • i / * * I ll poll P re ui nt ,’lect I J (MHC x elf n < 1 pp< * -Hi OII lo Hie ma n u act a J * J s sal* ’N tax t ti praise I lie <1 entori. 1 ti** cl 'tam a ad to .* ? -• a a i? 0 X . J nm* ut al * * \ pe lout tir**s Hi list It*' bi • Mi g ill lei 11 xx I ll** I **t a I J ll* *>IM ♦ ' s<| bat ii O' sun* I II - unix Im* ii **d t*> **a re f# »r t ie polit I*- at* n to d .it :    .it    til**    \\    est hi. school Ii**!** tin- morning, and an (borities xx et * * hard put to Ira.* h* slaver- ot' their motix«*. a ml pix official debts “lf xx «*    *    *    I oh t of I Ii is I r.ui- ble xx* must not create .moi fo r addn tonal ilnlkn of debt.” lo* -aid “VV* are obliged to reduce th* Ic id *t l>* low t n* rev en lit h received, Ill OI it *• t that the -III pi as 11 ( rev. Itll.’ may be lls* d I'* ink* cat* "! t i. urn* rn ployed and gran Ma tx reduce Ho* public debt, today, but Thompson said thejand iii** i'iti*> .*> stale xxiii have j. right t<» pi ot est j aux. Th** ordei any ut ab t* of th* intel -ta ill* tee coiiimi-sifoi. They lea'(ted -ii** bad telephon w hich t- Un * tx res|*oiisibb* Tor !i**r sn old mother at their J o* ex ii- thai beset us," the gov e case we adit Kilkenny, which is of deep erx ice Ca- comp- cen* and emb* //dement on w hich *,f dtaft tlian lite Sequoia. at tint if appeals at <*-H almost stopped.    ‘‘;r    night,    informing    her    et    no:    -ai.!. order his ex- One of the coast guard cutters ,vw<’nhl "!*,v    *‘ 1 night    xx itll    **\\,.    ran not botiow ourselx* < som* mi* , bm J de mot lor. x* to is ,mj ,,j* this tnttiid.' nor can we circuit Midge, .md Duval I mullion pi un* i ime.t Man- .... •**;*.............uartiaHx deaf. did not catel, the xx as sign* bx tin Creek colin Mi I coin    I Joseph    c, H trie her-®! i.    ii-..    I ni ted    Af hen - Feta ! Mate    circuit pttig.    and    Duval    t aditioti to lac    United    .States    ..ii    accompanying    the party ran into failed    to    bite or engine    trouble during the \\* st ii ii ti Robert J McMillan, I i I 'oiled Stat'*- hist : let iiidg. - I f Th.* plain t if I - a r* : xx o pip* found deposition! j t iii** allegations. ■ re xx a.- a puss! ti 111 tx t Fiat E lilt* com JKI iii es on who.-** petition State- \tlorn< this same court bist June r !' Ii oui as J. Con it day and had to tu n back. Midi ln*r boa*! was dispatched down the outside passage from Fenian na ni* To.lav Musk pol ice .lffie. I - ti* t l ac fie nun ti! Mea - ll lid ad tent a i Ma 5 Ode xx * recall* ell equipped ti d that file "OO p ary off , nsi .* Jo M . neb 1 o* north \ -A ll f' I I , west col tier ol ji. 111 j ii*. ,|;i r m iii, lilt* in dei >s** contact xxi <*t a mix . j 11 Gt lion v Ti Soviet Russii a's * * t«> xx a I d Japan is at ! I'! ent 1 rely frb’tidiy, it lid** to forecast Ga** fi ii t u r aid, riierefoi** xx e iii inn To roes in Maude ii ria ate of < *ff o i* n**>. mod ♦ rn s and rn* •cl ani?.it ion *•* mal of t h»* Red amu ” V Jal fiatiese gove: -aid recently •hance of a 1 th de i"” "''1" **    '    Ulna, Fbi.,    to    replace it. "-> *•*.''« *•-!*  .....  1    *    Durlns    mud. of tho die. t slialned Iii*- rulioad Will lo ism*    al    XVa-hlii-l-.n    ii.    reiuesl pri.H|d,.n, wolked al an limn U frotit    teqniring    tit in    to    f lare    n,,. ore«*k    g.    vetnne nt    to    deport v <j,.Hk on th j t belt    ma!    iv I    with p<*rs<.ns    own -    Mr. In? 'tug xx    *lls    in    th*    field    having no    which market    out let.    hilt    he 1 The latest shut d*ux ii order was ?>ite    ansvvet    f<» this    phase    «»(    tip*    stop at    St. (issued upon complaint.-    *d in (IL- ca **. j pendent operators in    th*    His    r*i "in* tax fOrots for El * * • <1 that pipe line comourn*- ma xx. j*»* taking gas from xxi!}- oxy ii- Fiat h** would mak*- no further **(1 bv them and refusing to put comment. chase from independent    without    H**    did    -ay.    how**x*r,    that    he (nark*t    outlet'.    •ti    ibl fir-)    ask \>    islam    State? t(l aiJ t.»\j>ax * i *    ,‘l,‘    ' 1    ,h;':    ,1,,‘    ,,r'l‘r    • i;**ru«*y-    Chari**s    A.    !P*lio«rs    a»«l bond    oui •    I \ es    out    of Ibis ceil rn.nile    d in    - on    \\ »    must remove if* caus*- that |»i«»u - h I it about ,    ,    ,    .    lf    all nations could take th** mein - batling up to th* circum    ,    ,    .... „    i.i    i    » .....    I    , i ,    •    bankriiptcx    law    urn! .til Cit i soils stances w in*hi tnougfit about lo t cl**;*t!    t he I nit***! Slat**- were freed V Opa rently.    th,    x    -aid. she    bad fn>m    ,,H'"    fi,‘bth    togct bt r with >t,«t*‘ and public dehts. our Floiik- t*. Be Mailed From Federal Office I arly in January ................. ' x i sea desk on I :i»* seiiuou, givin :    , .    ,    .    ill    *    .    a    ma    nntaic    # ill to some co a ut rx from (.onsiderit ion to war debt and    ' fl,mi ' nio,o: rar    i    ,    , •    ,    ,    ‘ n'mtu* ration to war a* rn atm    Rjoadwux a nd .it a. */ed about 1 oubhs would be over »♦ in eg hi I).* extradited, other problems and answering    ‘    A    7    ,    ,    , ii, alit# > I,, , .a,    •»    ,    ,    ,    ii- . . ,    .    •»    > a * d s iicross the sclo.ol Meanwhile. Murray * d' 1 me.! t*. -• v* a uetI- mail placed aboard during a Lit#? ,    , ,    ,    ,    ,    .    , 1    a:    : Iii K fit t    i    '    r    a    I    o    'i    ' i I Ii - . ii I    .    I    .    .    t    j    I xx a thai lie “wambl •v et \    < i fort ' but Im \amd r yea V < II I' .la ll Ila ii ti j I IK •ut I, J ll md Japan a resit in pf I n::2 v* 111 [jet Hector *.f ill lh:::: ut».non f*u in h* mil filed rt « a I* lidar x t rec Iv. I he propel ai write to In*’    '"I ii i t < \ * ii it* . i > iv la hoaia Cif x . t »w is i,o* tint'’ to bag in 'fig-* on the iii or me tax re-1own<*1 -, J *n I* 'urn mu-i b<* fi led »r before March La, I I .I Ii in a. iicv. I IM upon IO RETRACT mod fie!at rounds to a place of conceit Intent hud **t committee met to com behind ;i wing of the high school pl* ie it- recommendation- for building. Her slide? found *>u !h* -beliing $ I djinn,OMO from budget g I on lid-, a Opa i«ai t x had I >* • it lo -a i* qmst— for the Hex I I* a* ii ut nm ,,f!" 1 to    of th. <|S rompare«l with Hic present two X * ai I s. de lo ll- for tile I* /..ceil- wa »»"u‘ comp* iiiH- plain! if f I ion to < Any who *l*»i form ii ,    r    initied til** d* , collect or or i J ieel Iv share bi H' pc Ult Ll UMH Ut I, TO TIDAL DELAYED < (\\ \ I It*- I \ M Ii I till MW Hi iu.I \i:I/1v/. v|.mu NL Vt Urns W.miI.I M tao Ii* lax HGR N FELT. Mo Within fix. year bee I i caught bl IhiUii* ndistel and lo re.    Nu mite! 1 x today by a < ii t.I Schoen, I it of I leer VV I D* II K. Ka Ka a t ion ,• Jirp*’ *    »'    \nd J < xx J. Vi le ,')- lo sc if it *\ indirect- is possibb’ lo ;\pp»a| from th** what the    court    had    n*    derision of the Greek court, da ill- Loin    iii-    which held til at Mr Insult had compelling    them    to    do.    no fraudulent intentions when heir inutile!* with Go* paxm-mt of *i.»..00u and $ 10 t.W'1 oI \\**ll- jinxing non**, ail* godly wet'*' mad** to look* t-t he roan said ill its opinion    tty (liner McC.h mick. treasurer Id Th** court no'*;j th®! the com- of fie* utilit - s rom * a us. in he-I iii Is-I on had act* d “without a al! of Mr. In- ill - lirot lier, ! statute ant uori/in-. inde* d. in Martin TF"* latter is now out on ti,** face of j. statute uroh ii»; < in houri at < Ii 111 ta. tint., pending th** • the oil rtn i I iii** n I o'. produetion. stat®** next none on chat aes sim-j except lo pr* \ en!    wast*    of    lu.t    liar to I n.-e made aga inst hi*- ural t*e sou jr.*-.'"    ; broth* r. Tin opinion a!-o staled that* \\\ ,.fforfs m aiiard against th** ronimi-siou xx as “undertaking t**cnicalities xx hic?* might pi**-to itupos* unon plaintiffs    v**nt Martin’s extradition, t1'** th** ill* gal condition that th**v lir()...rU,Mr .ani. would Ic* made. -hare their facilities without |j(, .,nn*.un< **d ilia’ his office IM III V The XV OI ti it ti    was    iii sci lh* d as lh or .0    \. ,ii    old,    and weighin'- about I 7 A pounds. Sh** hud bei n .•Iiiftl.e.l brutally', foi th# top of , | ^    lier ll* ad Wa- b«*;if# ti 'n Ray C ounty Bar ( onclemnH \h - VV*»it- ti»*• i - j had I*.. u a Stiitcmcnts About Judge t xx. ut \ : i \ venrs and xx ,i - pit ■ Duval in Miller ( one    ticubilly known for her chai its xvo k, often making layettes aud OKLAHOMA CITY Dec. 2*. othe* clothing for th.* needy. Ko (.I*)    \    retraction of    statements    th* last ♦ iglu    x * a i - sit.    had tau lit mad**    tty    Gov#*!    not M un ax    and    in    a free s.-wmg    cia-- at    Ut** Youn terpreted    as    I cfi* ct i ok    ufcaitist    Women -    ('n J-t ii.n    Vssoeiat ion Judge ('laud Duxal s handling of Sit* wa- th< dau-lit**i *»f Lethe    litigation    involving*    business    late Iud    a* W    >    VV «>lf.*n bet **t. who ca im* to    Musk og.**    from Fort Smit Ti, \tK .    about 32    veal- ago. wit I * •MMOMX St»VXM’#l OKI,A ii* IM \ CITY . I lee 2 -x “Economy' xviii to* in nib • d iii hold I* Ii* t on th** gonial oils of th*- two lo ti uelo ■ of * Ii** Oklahoma I* - i-bitix.* if th. is**- and pi ughn-tlcatioiis of law tit ii K • • aud fate off i« i;ll?» Ilia lei -la ii /** W bib (Joxernor Muiriiy pills tie tilt!- in t o itches into Iii ti: t iii* -sa ** to fin* stat** a ss** iii bl x and poi Mina! affairs of <hd. Z;i« k Miib*r. o! J i•    101 Ril’d was asked today it a * solmioii jidopt od ox the Ka> County Bai \- ocia non. Ti!** ;ill**g**d .let ogatory -tate meats wen* im hid* d irx an **\**cu fix*- OI der is- led lo t h* (IX *1 DOI in freeing Col Miller fro jai! at s, com iii it 1 *'**s i* •pi es#* ii I inc * in oui \ 01 . a ii 1 /.* I ion - and tax a! II el 001 ifs a : *• lob'* XIII*.* ll.* I I x .l id . Wolf* tiber..    . V bi ot lur of Im d I *• killed in ac* ion do i iii w a r. Tw o si-t.    , H e ;* Ii, a i •* ' in tdox» d i ii * HOUIN III islil!of s. hopi it to se** that Itta V lo ill/ I .‘lie! xx as |,, World It* til ’ o I • at was Balm* own* Ztto u 'I 1 . prisoner admit led * J Bt a icbmm. N 152 Oklahoma p* nit • ut *..i x which h* escaped last Jt after serving -* v* ii y. at •*n •’,0 \ ear lenin for -af fug' Ii*'‘will la* returned ut J --ie amt Black xx ♦ I school * la x > d t od a x bx >1,1 .a J a o a J -add'll girl hi* a rut* up JI J enc ll* i hi! co. ii peii.-a non “Til is I- ' | int'-rest    ,§ r •ground    th- I a ta Kiii g **f J lo give it xx j not to t ii** p j I It i- not <lu* ' fiscal ion " or, wit in * h i * xv n mf .-aid. “It i pi opt rt \ **! *>ti« J t com p» a t ioJi , but to another OC* -. it is eon Prof. Rautenstrauch of Columbia Expounds ‘Message of Technocracy IO DEBTOR J ii Di sc ussr* Development of Machine Methods. I heir Fffect of Civilization and Adjustment of Human Race to ( hanged Conditions In (he I utuie. HT TO OFFICE I)K LA HUM \ CITY, Ih c 2s P \\ H K**rn* -av repr >Y\ #*a K W VSHfNGTON \* k . mr 27 *.P! To his “delinquent ens I oilier*.’*    Dr.    L. M    UL    Ila-    proposed a    way    to settle    their    ac counts with him to the hem fit * * f ssot.) jiaji *qi “I propose that a! I < •f .»> ; have a surplus of i* in    * * ti t i 11 • *,1 to    11 old *    whatever you can    j a jJi-Gr* of th**    -talc I    prix trig your ow n rainily to t h* court    ex en though    his    Red Cross.” lie said    in    an ' i*d at    tTi** time of th**    tisement published    in r S    tem    ■ a1 * I*/lion    Iii    j    newspaper. I th J    (oda., bx    attorn    j “They    will    iss'n    ,t r* I xvo oil com patties as>\- you can p*< -ent t«» my i-SJI I of a mot kin to 'a- cr and receive credit oi opiliiotl written by' count wit Ii me lo Go wa? amendiiig til* wan ant on New Kirk He had been jailed Tho xxiii* i Martin's removal from tar contempt of court tot failure to pi ox, 11**0 of *)nf,iiio i> son-lit, pay * I" p.ont lily alimony to bis >\ -ub-t it i|1 in g Iii** nam* of one e-t i anged wife. of M ! C,!n rt rn v's a - -isI a ii t > for The i **sol u t ion charge-    \| ti 11 ay I ai    (if fo; me) \v-isfant Stat* -    alleaat i*>ns a re “fa!.se"' and    n * * s Yttoi n* y    John    Hampton,    xx ho    based on court i**co»*j-,    d**f.*mi- b 11 (in*    pro editor s -fuG Follow    lite jmliciat conduct of    Judge Du InGo defeat of Stat* 's Mtor v *B *t!,'! asks Gj*' gox**mor f*» Hex John \ S xx a ie on to th* No , “con f * >- *>n or.' I pun receiving the resolution, v * sn tor    election.    Judge Duxal a - -ai!*-*!    Mur i ax s Me.itixv til** (here i- to b»* no coridm t ami saki til* ••\ecntix* or* !"t up in i Th f * *# i < al gov * nitii**uf - dei “in tills instance has no foil u-in*l u ny ii. J * * th# ut fair.- *»f til** dation in law and the all*-gat iotis 1 (* ni! com pa it i'*-, YI * I v i n Ll I *»i r therein ax* no foil tola * ion nu vis,    chief of lh* Gh ira go office    tacts. H i- fictitious in    law. ami O' I    1 bu “.'lo O' i ii vest i g a ! iou in    f JI I -« ill fact. ta de, .1 'Im*! O’ ju tic -aid    ♦ i    lim.:    Won’t Sell His voted a -aia-t    t ••    th* gov* rum* ut is e\p» c»«*d f*> tregiu , it- own extradition proc* > *1 in-.-, i m!**p- i.d* nt <>f aux act ion xx hi'*' i As aul; ;oriti**s eontinm <1 ti" in vest ignition *d    I Ti** la x in. ,    ta* xx* re    inclined    to    t>* li**ve    Mi W i I f **n too g* J wa- th** xirtim of a a --a Bant who a 11 »-m pl * <i ?*» t a K h**f p»i J -»•    The put * . police J * x * ab ti,    xx a    boil I to t to po! if station    bt    ’    rd- ‘A at about »• ‘I o clock    bx    a    m g rn, ***i i»«i i * Smit! xx ho -.i i<1 b*- had picked it up ti* . iii#* school building. I ii    f h‘* pill J    **    wet'*- built* pa pet -    and a life I Ii st in Mi-- YY'ilf*min ri et th Go* It * * in * ow liar ami the * ma ll th tm st reef Vltbou-h Governor Miiruiy ba iv* n    indication of th*'    tr»*ml    of bt-    m * «iiniii.*mbitions,    Im*    is i.i r *tin closely the text matt.) It ii f 11 all j ex Lion,- aud *l**t.#»L ax** »* ll « oui pl**! **d. lf xx a * not ■ p* < I * h ** xx mh i d ma I • I ti • in * -a *    (.ut,ii- f«* po Id lea I toil L# * f * * t ** I Im ti tm- of its delly »*r x. Ft "iii alt ions. Hie »*ht* f »*\* t- .Die i approaching his Im* t Int iv proc ,i*>i in ai ocii ibe am* xx .I .* gov **r uors of otto J tat** and th* p? e-id**ut * bd, in ic*    policy    xi* v<    ut t * nu1-funding    need    for ti    im    ,    I*    ( ut.(tim* >*!    <*:    e\i**‘u • -    and    d** i rout itc <I on pa ♦* s Nh ( on' in fin Fa No :: i ay bx at to rile vw ow n on said rec**! *t The physician set and Tidal Oil • plan bec a i-e he sal* xxioi a reversal»those owing him could not *ii-pose of their surplus fa: tn pro d ucts. lotion xx Garter s which at;* cr. ,nt\ Gisttjct con t bx Wayne {taxless. f>d. fake rout de-1 may I ICI b* pend 1 n.. in i i* c count x. I ’itira _o OU! IS Of 1 LYYVTON I N e can'* Th* h#*li#*x*■- 2 t *1***1. R Ro id ion 0 1 to t:. * * TI xx* * J ti of J.* 11 * * * T , Cl O'! « iii- Mai - Rose cotton iii Rns-ia an a*i\«*r rn! 11 1 - y< -?* day prom pf« *1 fo nu W*MI i*i pTOV ** ti* J I J UM ■ntai ?*> ttic a local cr \ - Un',ut J >1 a I **'n Yttorney \ no*! iran * <*! ion f.i J til *r V Ii Cid Ii, ii 11»I **»* t' * -a , f is ai aa U>at • ut iv • g 1 <*x **. * 'cima ne Tie 1 roil n t > la 1 mer, 1 * ■ I* * ■ ' Bi » J a * ■ Af To n- ha d (ak* *i ha- refused an off* ■t from 1 !>** Yin Im ha k k ♦ * hoot it-0 if • • rig Tu to N ,i V torc Tradii! g rom j* an * I to pit reb a -'* von r a- - amount win* I n>jj t **r til*1 a*b -ations iii x. 1 ** criminai in a - ;* 11 > -1 I *» j ♦*ec** ti;** s;>< ciai .staph* ‘ dev# loped. X a I i**t V lip ilclK I I , I IX f I a I Sg T • co rt's de<u-i*#n I k **XX 1 -* “I would not I* 1 I. hi I x pi • ai u* J CO Jo hi t ii try 111 Mi IVV f I r ie, I to * * - poi* a I,, j iou as to what j to a count r y iik* I tll- .ni a YAT by in Past Year One of Turmoil and Uncertainty for Oil Industry Special Cotton    - Staple To Russia Price Slru’: ;lc Between Majors and Independents and Battles Over Proration Chief Events of Period; Stocks of Crude In Storage Show Decline. der < la: * noir** district judge who was I “Dust off your conscience and :* said. loll **♦! \ Y\* elected as KorneCRv's successor. Yttornexs for Taylor Kl I and [ I o’ • r claimants to the valuable let dart a n* xx d* a1. * a How a North xii t« chimera* ll* sit int opt I la I ell gin* es ill; His* “Hi* -.*a IC” xx , store which he -a d lect .of lo loll of th* ggiii- *. le-teum:.    h*- km»w- no holy ip ol j places’ w ii* i♦ ’n dare md ti* ad. * ; Beginning «,i INixxer lCexolmi*»ti I Luccr,I The power :* volution began * v I ii "oui 2"** x * ar.- ago. he said, in 'ailed 1 Mm pie machine- for use iii home head spinning and in mints. That iii of event I ai-* d man out of a condition thai had * xist* d unchanged lir-t, file for ♦* *’d a x« ar- in which “tile urn ne-- phy sical basis of civ iii/.atlon in m- t r, va- (Continued on P,< g a 4, \t*. Ii I “ii * -'a'* of the at** Nancy Eli. a G * HK*1*' Indian, had charged k en* - ay s term ended with th* * * lion xx Ile he maintains the I* in ran- until January. 1935. — »  *— <.ip (.els Desserts TALIHINA. Ok I a . “Black Clip,” a marauding wolf blamed for tiling more than 50** sheep. heifers and pigs this year. got paid in kind Ed Hiuies. hunter. trapped and shot him Black Gip cosf farmers about ll 5.ho*! in the 1 a t four x ea cs. would I Af hen--aid    I nj carried tiack to V 110*1 ira a pris-*uicr, bi*! rallier    d* sir* d    t**    estab- YYASHINGTON    Der    2k    J’    hi- inn***** ne*    and    t    >**n    reoil    the    plea    that    th*    ’arm* /s    tut ii    voluntarily, didn t .tx* motiex :** ,1 • in! fairs *    -a    -■— - the bo -odax reduced t * de-!    From I’arailLv* To I’ani* pa.1 Due ct of agiruiture appropri-l I'lTTSBFlfGH Willard Ken-ati*»n for participation in    t    tem    u*iiy    !h" (iiEference b*jtw***n from ISO bOu to n0.'»"    I topia and trouble is ten times, Representative Algood (D., Ala introduced the amendment. “With 5-c» nt cotton. (J-cenI tobacco and 4"-cent wheat." the Alabaman said, “tile farmer . is-      ^ tit any money to attend these YVhy does a fat girl ai wa* s refairs If you ready want n*    re-    reive    a six or seven five-po and duce ex,*emiitu.»•-. yon can    -lash    boxes    of chocolates for Christ* a tiff I* * re    ma*? By VY* I LL! A M Vt HG HT, J J ' T* •*    jtr oration    law in th* ' Akonrialrd I’m • > glad yx 11**1 !    ' '/I'1 - brought ail **fl#l 1*1 I **■ ’Pf LS \, Okla., D* c. 2k I* -J    physical    wast#* taw.    It had    Its lo to* YI Id * ** * f > I in**ot »»i F ar* a * »•    birth in    a special legislative    h**s ;»a ss in g 1 **ar wax one filled wito    «jon In    1931, and    its demise ** lenient al >tr i_ g|es still far from    came in a special    session    last glided,    fall,    w ben it was replace*! Iiy a Two factors -i*vv    to    comuian*!-    proi st ion taw p«*rnt ii t mg    curtail in- pr** ■ • > j J ion ?* during    toe    >•*.*;.    men!    to market demand. 1 -nil -    next    mo*.*    a few veal-    they would glow    this    and settled Only to an armed Tile Oklahoma    conservation Vt .lite jmint in the j cot t on on sucii a iatg** -caic th at truce at ii- * done.    law    was upheld by the    United • • *:*;>- is counsel the cotton ': a*!*• won ai Tie ruin* *t On* of these xx i* I e conflict -laten -upreiiie Court in Hie did    not    .vish    to    be: for th** American farmer.    Cos-    (»\**r curial’uM*Ut of current pro-    1 lamplit! Refining    company test glove said.    d net Iou and in it toe state of    ca^e, but til** law’s    t**»*tli were CX* • 'o-grfixe    na- exhIMte«.l *»**i'i of    Texas and its numerous oil pools    traded by a rilling    Giat the pen- ' you *» eve in signs. Vt a Northwest Pennsylvania toss mads. he found two signs: ‘ I’aradise- 2 miles. I’anic -H miles,” cotton taal ha \ *• 14 loci r*> to- ■ {da cd a    large part. The ot Tier    ai'v clause    was inoperative, boil. H* Ti a- dev* lope#! the special was a dramatic battle between    The same    court    ruled the    gov- xai i**t v aft* r 40 ye;*: - work ot . t “ major oil firms and the in- ©rnor of T**xas ha«l T*e#*n wrong the project.    dependent* Over supremacy in the in sending state troops to the — -lr    —    j cr ide oil price making field. Ka*t Tevas sector a year and a OKLAHOMA CITY". Dec. 2"    Forming a diversified back- half ago. and held that a gover- bV Governor Murray today d* si-j ground for tile first of these was nor's military actious are subject gnat**d H. B Hosey of Idabel to the endless litigation ov*-r prora- to judicial review. The ruling r**}»re-~nt him at the south wide Hon, the    fail of the principle of    was handed    down    after the    need governors' cotton conference att physical    waste control and the    for such military    action iu    Tex - Memphis tomorrow. He will be- uncertain status of martial law as bad passed. unable to attend personally. j enforcement of oil regulation*. As the year ended East Texa5* TTie Oklahoma governor said | Thievery, in the tense of mini- r*utni>s and boilers were stilled he had no definite plan for re- ing oil from wells counter lo while the stat** railroad commis-ducing crop acreage for rn vt year regulator., orders, also played its sion sought statistics on field but was sending Hosey “to see* part in this industrial drama. I conditions to permit equitable what they have to offer.'    J    Constant hammering at the • (< onttnued on Page T, No. ti) ;