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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma NEW ADA. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1932 NUMBER 16 CURTIS MUST PHY Ft ID GO TO JtJfORYEnR Court Fixes Penalty For Lind- bergh Caie Hoaxer at and One Year RPPEflLlOE TAKEN Great Done by Ver- dict, Attorney Tells Court rLKMiNfrfosTV J-. John Hughi-n Curtis, con- victed nf hindering capture of the .kidnapers of the Lindbergh baby, wan sentenced today to otin in Jail anil a fl.....'' The muxlmum possible sen- li-nce which could have .h'-cn Im- pn.-o-il under til" Indictment on which Curtis wnii fouml gulltv wan three yi-ara liniirliionmenl unit a Hue. The sentencing frillowi-il a fcr- viit attempt I' l'iirl "r ili-fi'iiM- In halt nctlon against fiirtls In-fore Hi-nleiice was Im- llOM'll. defense moved lor Jim-Hi Judgment on the HUIII- urnund" Ihnl three separate at- tempts were made during trial In halt tin action before 11 reachi-il the Jury. After a heated argument, iliir- liig which pommel tthouled back Judge Adam (1. Moli- lhat these al- been passi'd on olid motion. Fisher, chief firgued that Curtis contact with OKI.AIIO.MA CITY. July state-wide oil iirorallon order has been extended for the liext two months by the corpor- ation commission. Slight changes, however, were miide I" tin.- .order. Issued yester- day from the bench. Uay .M. Collins, state; umpire, recninmen- ded reduction of tin: pool outlet from barrels to 2, barrels. The Oklahoma City field al- lowable for the next 17 days was set at barrels dully In a separate order. The iillow- lible In (be Infill Held shows a decline of barn-l.i dally Irom the last prorallon period. Mrs. Grover Melugin and Miss Lucille Kelsey Fatally Injured VICTIMSWSISTERS Children in Car Come Through Accident Without Serious Hurts FIGHT ON Stntc Election lioartl Saya Witli- Jurisdiction in Election Contest 12. and forth, bins ruled rrnily bad denleil the Lloyd C. for Ctirlln. OKLAHOMA CITV. July lingers, llii-rural homa itchool leaclit.-r who Mil-j ercn prised the stale Ibej II race for the- democratic nonilna- j sey. Ml.s" Lucille KelM-y Ibis afternniin at 'J: I." o'clock I r..... Injuries i-ereiietl uli'-n nil iinliiinnlille wlilrli sin- ilrUIng slrmk by a train nl a crnsslng al Stuiieunll Monday iilletnonn. Mrs. Grover Melugin. of Slnnewiill. died tit a local hos- pital Monday night as Hie result of injuries received when an aiitninnbile In which "In.- was ildlnu was struck Monday after- noon about I o'clock the O. A. A'- A iiinior train at a the the Him an rongri'Msman-al-large. won i Itlng wai bis fight Tor a place on run-off ballot today when supreme court refused to I jurisdiction In Hie null of congressman K. It. Howard strike Ilogers' name. eain In stale prlsnn nod a flue 'of I In an Impassioned jden to cinirl before sentence was Im- posed. Fisher dwell al lellKlh upon his assertion that prejudice hud Curtis' conviction. lie said that Curtis was Hied "In a rnurl room steeped with prejudice In which the most fa- mous mini In Hi-- country. clng urged to ciualify for Clse of the franchise. OKLAHOMA CITY. July Judge T. I'. Cluy Mangum today was assigned to hear the suit of Han.....i county cessor. to enjoin the slate highway commission from build- ing 1'. S. highway fit nlong tin mirth Instead of the south side of Hie railroad tracks at Hollls. Meanwhile. W. C. as- sistant attorney general and C. II. Madden. Harmon county nl- oriiey. agreed tn niodinnillon of i rnitnly court order Issued yes- erilay 'restraining the i-ommln- slon from receiving bids on tin- project July UK Lewis also pre- pared a motion to set aside t Ill- order, alleging County Judge S. A. Fowler exceeded Ills authority. ( Attention of oil Interests her Is directed Just now to th Flc-ethorn's Norrls No. 1 III III northeast corner of 2S-.ri-fi, whlcl came In Saturday afternoon am flowed 400 barrels of oil In th first 31 hours, although the tnpj of the lime had been only crack- ed. Oil was found at a horizon which has proved erratic In the past, so that the production of the newest addition to the Con- nervation pool Ada can not he known for several days. Tim well, which Is beside High- way 18 about six miles north ot attracted hundreds of In- terested visitor" during Sunday. Decision to drill to tho lime In which tho present flow was found followed failure to find more than a show of nil at the 1.Ton-foot level from which tho No. 1 llrown nearby Is producing. The fracture was seen to lit Irregular so (he well was driven down to see what could be fouml untl at feet the oil catin with a rush as the drill hit thu lime. The Norrls No. 1 I" about a half milt! east and out! location south of the Slick wildcat which In September of 1327 blew tn with a fury that aroused fever- ish excitement and nil Intensity of trading that has not slnco been equaled. The well, familiarly known the "Old Slick Well." gushed oil with a flow variously estimated from Il.tlOO to 21.000 barrels a day for a few days, then died away as suddenly as It had mailti Its meteoric appearance. The Slick well has. however, been producing steadily ulncu. small production, to he sure, but nevertheless wllh a regularity and volume that place" II about on par with the shallower wells In thi! Bant" region. The Slick well produced midden outburst of oil at 2.G50 feet. Three offsets proved to no "dusters." The Norrls No. 1 camo In at 2 450 and there Is much curiosity as to whether It Is from th" same lime as Its noted prede- Statement of Neville Chamber- Iain in Parliament Makes Trouble A difference of Interpretation nf u new 'agreement between France anil Great llrltaln ap- peared to have developed today after the agreement vat. announced "Imullaneoutily In London and Paris. The official llrltlsh Inlerpre- tatliin was that liiilh govern- ments, under the ticcnrd. will consult carh other on all mailers which concern them Until. Parlia- ment was InfnrmiMl .that It had nothing whatever In do wlllt ill-Ills owed to tin- United Slates. While Sir John Simon making nnnnuncemenltl In Luiidiiii Premier Herrlot was tel- ling tho finance committee In tin' rhamlier nf deputies that the first of IheMiew agreement IH that In the future (Treat llrltaln rannnt inako dehl payments to America without 'Irst consulting France. The per capita cost of govern- ment In the f. S. last year was the the We can account-for 20 cents hut not for Times. If thlnni'M becomes tollable for men as It women the country may Alouzo Taylor. WASHINGTON. July Iteprct-eiitatlve Sncll. permanent chairman of the republican na- tional convention, expects form- ally to notify President Hoover nf his rcnomlnatlnn sometime be- tween August 5 and 10.. Tho New York representative 1 11V W f is fash- said present plans call for notl- has for ficatloti cereaionles at the White bo the grounds If during the day, or inside If al uisht. lleved' there would be no veto of a measure containing that sec- tion. The motion to reconsider the vote by which the modified bill was. passed, was rejected 60 to 10.__________________ WASHINGTON. July Congressional leaders today re- newed their drive for adjourn- ment by tomorrow night. Speaker Garner told newspaper- men efforts would be mado to reach final legislative action to- day on tho relief bill and thf war de- partment supply bill. "After passage of those bills we will be ready to bo said. virr PAYMENT HILL I.NTIIODIXT-'.O WASHINGTON. July While several thousand Teteranft clustered about the eapltol, a new bill waa brought forward calling for Immediate payment of the bonus to those- In need. Tho was prepared by Jtcpresfntatlvo Patman (D., Tcx.l And patterned alone tho lines of petition presented yesterday by group bonus marchers from California. Patman estimated It would riv quire about a billion dollars. Tho Most Township Races in County Go Into Run-off llesulls of voting In several townships over the county In last Tuesday's first primary settled few races for Justice of the peace and constable, so that run-off contests art! assured for several. Official tabulation showed the 'ollowlng results: Allen Justice of the W. H. Phillips. Allen Hayes. Stonewall Justice of the peace __r.eorge Young Joe S. Iteck tor., C. O. Flshel Stonewall Mlnra Lee Jumper 267, J. D. An- derson 2-tfi. Midland township Reeves 21C, J. G. Gaar S D. Chambers 151. Midland township S. F. Ilerger 225. O. J. Emer- son IS7. J. W. Cooper 2J1. Fltzhugh township J M. Dnnman 439. Tom Ivor -25 Fltzhugh constable L. C Prlvetts 2.r.7. J. M. Etchlesoi 398. Ed Thomas Mother's figure may not getting slender. but fathers figures Lumber nmn. RECORD IIOTElLLED IN REGENT PBIK OKLAHOMA CITY, July !.V> Oklahoma voters sel a rec nrd In Tuesday'n first pri- mary election. official tabula- tion's of the mate election board reveal. More ballots were than In unv similar election In tin being polled it the race for democratic nomina- tion for Hulled Slates MMiator The previous record wits In the first primary In The official tabulation mail' no changes In standing" of can- didates an reported by the Asso- ciated Press. Kh-ctlon board officials pre- dict an unusually large vote will i- cast In the run-off primary lection. July 2fi: dti" to In- rmsed Interest lu both stale ml county races. I'nltcil suites Senator Elmer Thomas, set-king renomlnatlon. ecelved the largest vote. Mfi.- ,112. Comer Smith, Oklahoma :ily attorney polled 76.217. provisions by which the need of the veterans would be ascertained would be laid down by the Vet- erans' Bureau. Pence Is something like pros perlty; there are mighty few na tlons that can stand LONDON. July real llrltaln and Franco havn agreed that In the future they will exchange views with com- plete candor nn mailers similar In (hose settled at the conference. Sir John Simon, the foreign minister annniliiceil; to- ilay In the house of commons. First of all, he said, they will cooperate lu hiyltiK ,oiil the ground for a world economic, conference. Then and therenfler Ihey will Iceitp each other mutually In- formed on any iiueslloim coming to their notice which may affect Kurnpe as a whole. It Is to be hoped." said Sir John, 'other governments will join us In adopting I bin pro- "The Frencti and lirlllsh gov- ernments Intend (o work logeth- er with the other delegations nt C.eneva to find a solution to the disarmament which will be beneficial and Jusl to all powers concerned. "They will cooperate with each other ami wllh Interested gov- ernments In careful, practical preparallon for u world economic conference." The two governments also agreed, he mild, that I.....ding negotiation ot a commercial treaty between them, both .will avoid any action which would discriminate against Hit) Inlerests T Hie oilier. II was officially announced hat the new accord has, nothing whatever to do. either Implicitly' ir explicitly, with the debts. >wed to the United Slates. Aside from the provision for i commeiclal treaty.'tho accord H In no sense special or exclus- ve. sir John said lie already had given copies of thn agreement representatives of Cermnny. Italy and Ilelglum and Invited those uoveritmentM to associate themselves with Ills "I wiint to lie particularly; on he have itln-ady announced our Intention of cooperating with the United States at Ceneva and 'I am going buck there now In help work out thn principles of Prenl- ilenl Hoover's prnpnsals." The suggestion to other gov- ernments, lit- mild, was that they adhere to the rule that "we shall endeavor to promote polit- ical concorn In Europe open, friendly discussion on all' point" of difference; by seeking u solu- tion at tin; disarmament confer- jice which Khali be beneficial ml eiiulliible to all. and by en-. perilling In preparations fur llio. ll-lmportant world economic (inference to Inke plucn utiimn In connection with which we hope to have the advantage f American assistance." The official count gave Will logers. virtually unknown Moore pedagng, 5C..2KH for ead In the race for democratic inmlnatlon for congress-al-largf Mabel llassett, stale com- nlxslnncr of charities cor- rections received f.Z.'JHS and E il. Howard, of Tulsa, 4S.450. In the corporation commis- sioner democratic race, Jack Walton's vole totaled A. S. J. iShaw. and C. C Clillilern. Incumbent. Ilrpubllcan balloting was Ugh only fi 1.680 ballots being cnun for United States senator Of that number Wlrt Franklin of Arilm'ore, head of the Ind pendent Oil producers assocla tlon received 30.60f, and Jame A. "Ills Jlui" Harris of. Wag oner, 17.2S3. HUPItKMK CXJIIHT TO IIKAll WKNTZ CASH HKIT. OKLAHOMA CITV. July ittato HUprotno court bear oral arguments on tint appeal of Lew WenU for or- riiltiBtatlns him as minority member of thn stato lilsliway commission September C. An Informal order ovorrullni: tho motion of Miss Maudn Thomas, appointed by Gorcrnor Murray to replace Wontr. to din-" mlsH Wenta'B appeal waa iMUuU by Iho court. Another motion by Wontr. to- advanco thn case. Is pending bc- foro Iho court. "Pretty Iloy" Vloyd In In tlie limelight again. If ho keeps .going at the present rate, he'll soon becomo Important enough to try .for Inconnj lux evasion. At thn Soviet Rovi-rnment Is beginning to show of real efficiency. A recent order; Issued byrallro ad beads rcqulrim all locomotive engineers to carry" watches. ;