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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - March 15, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XXXlll ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1934 NUMBER 50 I HONGKONG, Mar, 14. (Thurs day i—</P)—Two rescue vessels reported early today they had saved 187 men from the Toited States gunboat Fulton which burned in Judee R. L. Williams on Bench Ii* bay, sn miles northeast of ^    I    here.    It was believed the 18 < composed the complete ship s personnel. The British destroyer, H. M. S. Wishart reported she would ar-i rive in port at 2 a. rn., with 129 I men from the Fulton including Court Makes Rapid Dispositionj rapt. McHenry and his officers Of Criminal Cases Listed As Criminal Term of Court Begins COURTROOM THRONGED On Docket 11 rom Mnntlii J '* Hull? I Federal court wa" conducted for th** first time in the new building here today, with Judge R. L. Williams on the bench for disposition of a docket in the eastern district of Oklahoma. The courtroom, not large, was soon filled and tin* crowd overflowed into the hall. By afternoon# however, the press of people had cleared somewhat as a number of cases were disposed of. Attorneys, defendants, curious^, ported alike thronged into the courtroom and watched with interest or participated in the proceedings of the court. Disposition of cases this morning was as follows: Dallas ii. Barron, Seminole county. Act of June 20, 1919. pleaded guilty, continued to Pauls Valley in June for sentence. O. E. Crockett, Hughes county. Act of 1919, pleaded guilty, continued to Pauls Valley for sen-! tence. Owen E. Crockett. Seminole county, Act of 1919. pleaded guilty, continued to Pauls Valley j for sentence M ans nu Young Farmers From All Sections of County Turn Out For Event INTERESTING Mil Many Hard Fought Contests Between Clubs and Individuals Decided 4 Trout    Daily! Pontotoc county    4-H clubs held their annual rally and contests Friday at Ada with the best attendance of 4-H members and their parents for the last three years. Prompt Iv at lo o'clock Friday Th., r. S. S. Fallon and H.M.S. j morning the mention wa. rilled Wishart bad    both benn    on patrol:    u ' ■    ' ' (tut v against    pirates in    I.ias bat I ;l -‘'lit. and    Mr. Va"    Inning as- The cause    of    the    Fulton's    de-    s>stonl    a,-ent    wecorned    the struct ton    was    not    immediately re-    ^oui,s.    »Jr: Van Hyning    dire?t-j ed the activities of the day. Mrs. Jessie Morgan, home demonstration agent, and Mrs. Ii. E. Collin:-, assistant, aided in handling the groups. In the contests of the day |! Fitzhugh club    won first wMh the ’ highest    total    of points,    closely pressed by Vanosfi. Owl Creek, —    -    I    Picket! and Frisco followed with ! Defendants Arraigned high totals in the order named. 1 The Chinese S. S. Tsinan reported she had 4 8 members of the crew’ aboard. They started for Hongkong from Bias hay with the Fulton still burning fiercely. \not her British warship, H.M.S. Whit shed, stood bf the burning ship aper a two-hour journey from Hongkong tinder forced J draft to the rescue of the Americans. Many T oday in Preparation for C riminal Term The Frisco club opened recreational program, followed by j Owl Creek, Maxwell, Colbert,! Fitzhugh grade club, V anoas, Fit/h ugh    high school, Egypt, Paul Crane to Have Charge of Engineering on New Outlet ' MORE THAN TER MILES Road Will Connect With No. 18 at Asher Bridge When Completed OKLAHOMA CITY, Mar. IL— (.P>—Gov. William H. Murray drew a barb today from the I women’s democratic council for I his published reference to “bewhiskered female politicians" seeking equal rights to state office. The governor said he thought the constitution, which specifies men shall be the major state officials, “ought lo be changed, but the women of the state will not vote for it when it is paraded by a number of bewhiskered female politicians, for no one respects that class of politicians or ,    ,    „    v    like class among men.” From Monday** Daily)    ,,    . .    „    ,    rt;i n>.’. R. V. Black, district engineer Replying foi tilt in charge of the local offices of ; Whoosit Sisters wrote:    T    lev the state highway commission, | ain’t got no mustaches, but they announced this morning that he. are out again government by had received work orders for tho! mustaches.*' The governor has a new highway to be constructed J copious mustache, from Ada northwest.    I    The council, headed by Mrs. Work is to start on or before Frank Korn of El Reno, will have March 20, which is only a week its. second meeting at Tulsa off.    •    .Saturday. Contractors on the project are!      * Jones & Brooks of Oklahoma’ City. Paul Crane, whose family’ lives here and who had charge! of the engineering work on High-J way 12 and the cut-off on High-, way 56, will he the resident en-! gineer in charge of the construct-1 ion. The highway will start from Kerr Explains Method or SSS’M -Trent alert-! Guaranteeing Normal Term westerly direction towards the I    For    This    Year Core Shows Oil and Pipe Being Run Preparatory to Bringing In Well BESEE GETS WELL Jacobs Well on Fire For Time After Being Brought In Tuesday the be (From Wednesday** Pail}) Another oil producer for Fitts field is expected to numbered among the successful wells of the area when the Manahau No. I Norris in SW NVY SE of 18-2-7 is drilled in within a few days. The McAlester sand, a producer in the Manahan No. I lleynolds-Wagner well which extended the Fitts field more than a mile northward, was cored to 1,7 7u feet with a show of oil in the core. Preparations were made to run pipe and cement the well and it was said today that it will probably be Saturday before the well Is drilled in. Confident that the Norris well will be a producer, those who . have been watching its progress j are now speculating on whether (FrtMii Vli«nila>Daily) Judge J. F. McKeel worked rap-.    _ .    „......,    ol_. , Idly through ar arraignment duck-|    <>"" ■■    |    ,,a,|(.,s    ' r sentence.    I    t.'.r -i t rtti'ir'tt'V. rtit'of court whit'll I    The high scoring song le#der| Ted Cohert,. Seminole eounty. ‘ J ;    •    ,    , March 2fi [came front the Pickett club. She. Ae, of 1919.    of    the    case* w« as -    I»«g*o*    Robertson    Game tinued to Pauls Valley for sen- i f<,l lows *    j leader honors went to Lorena fence.    .    cecil Bryant petit larceny (ap-1 Parker, Frisco club; stunt h*atP r. Ted Coberly,    Seminole    county,    . f tri *1    ‘    to Jeanette Smith. Fitzhugh! 1919    and    revenue    laws,    VV. E. Drake and John Drake, I grade club; timely topic to Lo- | .burglary in second degree, bench rene Barker, Frisco chil), for, warrant ordered,    j girls, and to George Lucas, Fitz-j Homer Butterfield, robbery in j bu uh grade club. for boys. ln< first degree, bond forfeited.    I team demonstrations, V a n o s s B. F. Walker, false and bogusl girls and Egypt boys won. The cheek (appeal!, for trial.    best president was Fitzhugh h«gli\ Edna Sorrels, drunk iii public ; school’s presiding officer. Honors j place (appeal I for trial.    I    for the best balanced program t I Francis Hardin and Eunice Mar-. went to Maxwell. dis, assault and battery (appeal),; This spring showing was a bet r—and then some. \\lif>n splint,-like zephyrs inst permeated Sultana s rocky lair in a Milwaukee zoo, she cinel"- • <1 tor a public appearance, bringing with her—yes, you’ve i n* -- <1 ii th** very mw* t thine in polar hears. The woolly newcomer. Sultana*) lith eft min bein in captivity, first saw th*- dim IL bt <>; rn eave tin * • mon-Ii a y o. but not until the bist mild day did Sultana ive her cub this peep al the out- world. ale Act of 1919 and pleaded guilty, continued to Pauls Valley. Charley Case. Pontotoc county, Act of 1919, pleaded guilty, sentenced to year a day in I S. Southwestern reformatory at Iii Reno. Ben Fain. Seminole county. Act of 1919, pleaded guilty, continued to Pauls Valley. Harry Spann and Mrs. I. W.    .    . Scarbrough. Pontotoc county, Vet J .    ; of 1919. verdict of guilty, sentence deferred until later. Cecil E. Reed. Carter county,*    .    . __    ,    ,    •    ,    «    i    w    cli\ ♦ii t i me Harrison narcotic act. pleaded    v    Al.. guilty, placed on probation. Cecil E. Reed and Floyd L. Rice, Carter county, narcotic act, pleaded guilty, placed on probation. Edward William Mozingo, Pontotoc county, forgery# recommended be whipped by grandmother. James Millett and John Moore, Seminote county, counterfeiting. pleaded guilty, 90 days each in *ail* . . ^ T. A. S ta nett and I red Gay. Pontotoc county, Starrett five SEMINOLE OIL HURTS FATAL TO Asher bridge. It will be a biti    __ ,—    .    - more than    IO    miles long, and!    yiore    specific information    about jit    will    exceed    the    first    Mananas will follow rather closely the the plans of the federal govern-j test in output, watershed between Springbrook! ment t0 ajd schools of Oklahoma;    Progress Reports and the Canadian river.    Un completing their work for the    Other reports from the Pitts More Work Eater    j vear was given out at a meeting field were encouraging, telling of While the road will not at *    -    *    '     ~    -'♦h- present be completed to the Asher bridge,    it    is expected that within a short time the contract will be let    for    the remaining dis-, handlinR    types <> 3>    4f „ ta ii ce and    also    connect with the’    *    *    * teac“h’er *    employment    across    the    line    in    Coal    county. Byars road at Highway 18    explained    his    plans.    Pon-    was reported at 1,000 feet at 8 When completed this road wi I • * county's preliminarv moves! o’clock this morning. The West-| SIV. a direct outlet for the oil J    accordance    with    his! heimer-Daube .est three mites to fields of the Bebee-Maxwell sec.-    j    the nortil was reported shut ion, and will afford a short cut explanation at East Central State Teachers! rapid progress in drilling of otli-college Tuesday.    cr wells, pointing to more com- Ed Morrison, state high school j potions in the next few days. inspector, who is in charge ol * Deaner-Moore No. I Edwards i and 61 in NW NE SE of 2.-2-8, just to Shawnee and other towns    —•    •    ,    i    H o»ti    erintendent,    explained    I>«>e    I.    H north and west.    >    plans, this tvpe involving extern- in NE NE SE Practically ail right of way hasJinn nf nrf.sent school terms and ported today t_ been purchased. The grading, .    h    }    f    u    x    in_lIt    is    south of the Manahan Rey drainage and graveling should bojhem*, the one thai is *    ,    w    producer ,completed by the middle of sum-!teiest to tearers now empire (        ^    ^ mer or late summer at the latest. Clay Kerr, assistant state sup- down, L. Blackstock No. I Lewis of 19-2-7 was roto he a 1,130 feet. About 250 boys and girls from    -    . over tho county were present. Dr. Stocking Announces Action Rich Warren, burglary in soc- j Everv riub showed good training orui degree, bond forfeited.    intensive    study.    The    work    j continued uDt*l 8 o’clock at night • Jim Frasier and Al Kemp, murine. Wilson, maiming. Pending Negotiation For Settlement of Demands before the judges could give their j decisions.    j The club members brought. MEDIATOR HOPEFUL Owen shy waived time. *    !a:[,    ^    •    tiieii own lunches and enjoyed    £.    .    .    »    r» two miles south of Centrahoma tomobi I * , waived nine.    j      ,..........  phased.    No    Definite    Announcement    t>y..r Mrs. Neely Dies After Accident, D. D. Mauldin and W. C. Hamilton Injured (From \\ i ilnrnday'l Daily) Mrs. Stacy Neely of Coalgate j *• —*» — ------ - —-    ia‘>noi    t*rm was fatally injured and D. D. | this will make the eighth high-i the_ 19o0-31 term. way radiating from Ada. This will make the seventh highway from Ada, giving the j town one o fthe best road sys- Mauldin, Calvin, and W. C. Hamilton, Stuart, were seriously hurt in an automobile accident about M. Ut*. u dl't'U univ.    « D. Roberts, sodomy in two the noon hour a* t. J ** Lew    bo    rs"'    "raiic second de-'hie and Coal county, with th, ■    extension    t'irce    of Pontotoc coun-j Visitors from East Central coi gne. waived time. Cecil Polk and Barton Wright, Companies Operating In Seminole Field SEMINOLE. Mar. 14. -RP for trial. Alma Burton, assault with intent to kill, waived time, Raymond Edwards and Barney i’m -day afternoon. Mrs. N ely died at ll o'clock Tut a1 nj ni ~ * it at a local hospital. .Mauldin and Hamilton are in the Ada hospital for treatment. Mauldin suffered painful injuries about the head. Hamilton is years in Leavenworth and fine of Edwards, burglar' in tv, were entertained at a lunch-appeal from justice of peace court,Icon m die ionic ut Mr. and Mrs.    di    „ conciliation conferenc* Jot U Davis, south of Ada.    betw«m    representatives    of    certain    lea    about    the    head    Hamilton    is I    :    believed    dangerously    injured.    His f leet County Officers    major    oil companies and their    i ; t . t , ........, uled for today, has been post- The federal government, he! Fleetborn No. I l^*ynoUls-\Vag-said, guarantees to each school nor, offset to the southeast o iii Oklahoma a term of normal the Manahan producer, was relength this year. This normal I ported at 850 feet LOda>. I lown one u lino west tua« OJS. "s11;    .    .    ,    inhti    Mahee    is    reported    build- I which'^s* reaUy^a feeder^"? IV. bTiu’conMrS'as the lengih ut ins rig 'for the No. 2 Lance in .......p    I    o**    0-91 term    I    I    a --1. To be eligible to participate in A new location sported today j federal aid set aside for this, is that of Cosby and .. o •purpose, a school must have nude| the SW SWT NL of 30-#,-7, for a maximum efforts in its own dis-; Wilcox test i trict to have a full term, and to!    Well Just Bi mig 1 j have fallen short despite such! Fire at the Renedum-T    . ! efforts    I    1 Al Jacobs well in 28-0-5, Be ; The federal funds, for extension I bee field, furnishes some excite-■ j of school terms will he paid only mem. after the wel was b ouf, I for teachers- salaries and there i in Tuesday The well is estimated .    nom for «ppvir.?s i good for 150 barrels a da>. Damage to drilling equipment DIRECT RELIEF ---- ,    I for teachers’ salaries ami me Social Welfare Director Dis- will be nothing paid for sen ic Val $750. Gay continued It) Pa ley for sentence. *T. A. Starrett, Pittsburg county, counterfeiting, placed on probation. Mrs. M. Rawls, Pontotoc county, Act of 19 19, placed on Hon. F. J. McCauley, Pontotoc conn -econd degree. bond forfeited. Jim Welsh and Granville Parker grand larceny, waived time. In cera were elected as Kennel I Hudson. Uitta, county, .    .    Mort;.,    Pit/bMrh    poned Indefinitely, presides,; Jack Ma . jj ■    , T1 f announcement was made vice in. -idem; LOI ens *    today by „r. ,:<.or;P s.oekiiiu of Roy Deaton, arson    in    second    de-j Prs-co, • r* a: .    ,. ,    the national petroleum labor pol- <1 time.    ! M conference it w as <Ie . ic board> wj10 js arranging nego- ■onestJ to hold the 4-H camp joMitly^ wit    tiationg atween the oil compa- roha- forgery    second    degree,    reset    for Foal county club mi m ers as    nies and duiy authorized repr©- arraignment first day of term. (»' < last t :,rm*    .'’V,# I j sedatives of their employers.” R. L. Klepper, obtaining inoneyivill h* at L> ds Min au-w j “several major oil Iv is bone is broken and a vertebra in the lower part of his svine crushed. gr« e waive Bill Bird, tv. Act of 1919. sentenced to two by I iii >♦ * pretenae, waived time. and is. tricts County for Aid Distribution (From WedDcsday'N Daily) Mrs. Dora Webster Cox, county director for the Social Welfare organization now in charge of J federal direct relief, is rapidly prior to February 15. years in federal penitentiary at Leavenworth. Ernest Forbus, Choctaw county. Act of 1919, on probation. Mary Bishop. Hughes county. Act of 1919, on probation. J. M. Beddinafield. McCurtain! county. Act of 1919, on probation.. Bailey Howe, Murray county,; Act of 1919. fine o' $100. Bill McIntosh, Pontotoc county. Act of 1919, on probation. J. H. Robertson, Garvin county. Vet of 1919. continued to Pauls Valley. A. E. Reynold*. Pittsburg county, Act of 1919, pleaded guilty, six months in Soul!.western reformatory, El IL no. 11 nun IV nliii'#ilae*> 11»11 > > Judge ll. L. William- was nearing the end today of the criminal docket which he took Up for \rthur Arnett, murder, waived t Vi^ito • i ^/operating in at tile rally included .* EST Sm “oTO President Sees Danger Should time and pleaded not guilty. ROBBER SUSPECTS Mrs. Duvall, assistant state club have expressed their willingness istant state duo tQ negotiate with duly authorized emiua    ‘    representatives    of their em- j leader; Miss Beni ma    representatives I diet rift agent; Mr. Green, district pj0yes>” federal mediator said. J agent; Mi - Sullivan, hom<* deni-, “Representativ’es of the em-] on st r: lion agent for Coal county, | pjoyes aro preparing evidence of ’and Le® Craig, county agent ol    authorization    to apeak I countv. Mrs. Duvall. Miss Such Policy Be Adopted By Government lur •ase *ee i disposition hen He will take federal district morning, Marc Disposition ti Monday, on ha John Bell, Lilt lier uel Boyd and Franc* county, revenue act 1919. verdict ct gui to Pauls Valley for Millard WI Monday. p a civil ter court Mo I 9. from as foil -ii! if Ii, Kuhn. M J un* conli ne* SEMINOLE, March 14.—hp)—j Oklahoma A Two pals of Charles “Pretty Boy”; water. I it Floyd, long-sought Oklahoma out- j J’- Icing, law, are enjoying shiny new automobiles, officers said today, as a fruit of the recent Whitesboro, Tex., bank robbery. Two men believed to be W. A-(Shine) Rush and Adam Ricli-etti, “Pretty Boy” lieutenants. I ; purchased the cars (a Ford sedan’ and a Ford coupe) yesterday af-’ ternoon from George Fowler’s nu*1 tomobile agency at Maud, paying for them with currency which visitors assisted >f was identified at a hank as part WASHINGTON, March 14 — I AIM Without mentioning di.  __________ .    redly the house action in voting Coal county. Mrs. Duvall, Miss employes of such companies." j‘or ‘cash payment of the bonus, Malone} and Mr. Green ar* from j    Demands    Set Forth    President Roosevelt said today ' and M. college Still-’ Federated unionists, demanding    there was danger in paying off in wage Increases, abolition of com-    government obligations in paper pany unions and cessation of a1-    money in that it might lead to *    --- leged discrimination against union    me« ting running expenses of the workers, had set noon today as    government by such a method. Uhe deadline for their employers The president expressed this to act. At tHat time they ha*!    opinion at his press conference as expected to complete arrange-    t . house sought to send to con- ments for a 48-hour “holiday” on    iv re nee with the senate the indole minutes’ notice, should no    pendent offices appropriation bill move come from tile oil com-    increasing by $350,000,000 allow- panies.    anet s for veterans and govern or. Stocking’s statement today ment employes. •risonuu'Bt in Hie McAlester pen-!was the first indication of any- President Roosevelt said he jmntiarv    was    imposed    upon    Wal- j thing more than passive resistance    fears that once a legislati\ e body ter McCarty, former    guard    at    the on the part of the employers. He    gets in the habit ut paving e s and machinery was estimated at $3,500. After the first report ot the fire, whose cause was undetermined, Hie chemical truck of the Ada fire department went to the well, and when it arrived tho blaze was apparently out. WASHINGTON. March IO—HP)    However, it flared again as the A program to aid rural families    well started (lowing and I ie a - handling dispensing    of    relief J of the south now on relief to be- j    tie with the Dames co"l l*^,*lV without all    applicants    having    to.comp more self-sustaining; will be    until about 9 belock Luc. . . tn Aria    .inaugurated    March    12-13 at a night. Hereafter, those who have ap- conference in Atlanta between be no more giving out ot sup ,    Knnn„nt%Amt>nt nf th* plies at Ada except for the Ada; district. The county has been district nearing completion of plans for Announcement of the meeting I was made by the relief administration. As the demobilization of civil works in the south is finish ktiv# Three workmen received minor burns but there were no serious injuries. (From Tuesday’* Daily) Today the Manahan No. I Norris test in SW NW SE of 18-2-7 the Fitts WOODWARD, Mar. 14. -HP— sentence of four years’ im* Anc uiimvj    ——    i    civil works in me soum is immu- . took the spotlight JA    •    „ ed. Two workers will take care.^ the pr0^ram will become ef- field deveiopment. TIhiis n*°rnln£ of the Roff district, two at Stone- fective and it wm be fashioned to the well was at 1,6»5 feet and it wall, two at Stonewall, two at .ye continuity to the cooperative : was expected to ieach#the . * Allen, one each at Vanoss, Bebee measlires of the federal govern- ter sand this afternoon or tonight, and Francis and three at Ada. ;ment    and    states to    relieve    dis- The    No    I Norns isan    ^ Investigators will call at the’    the Manahan No. 11 R.eyiioId*^ - homes of those who have applied.    ln    tbe    recent statement    of    ner in    SW    NE Sh of * for helu and about whom the or-    president    Roosevelt    on the    ad-    found    oil    at    it-tt ganization does not already have ministration policy for dealing the McAlester sand* * rfrnvp sufficient information to determ- with distress and unemployment,! Many interested groups d inc whether the family is entitled to aid or has sufficient resources to not qualify -tat* ^ptial for Insane at Sup- ndav of the Whitesboro loot.      ....    . I Fowler said the men had th* ply, today by Distrie Judg*b O. C i ooh titles made out to Hush and Rich- s Wybrant. un til' |»ai i    in'    v    •    *•    I    .    *    ”• J *    .*11    I conferred yesterday and last night *n paper1 money, thole ^viii De no i Ui, and officers, after an invest!-j McCarty’s attorney with both elements in the situation, meeting until early Hi is ave notice morning Aith the federated coni um ;ation. UUD T in, tUlAi on    j    JRVdlt,'    e    Oimiie;    ...........^    -    ii asserted their belief tin* „* appeal and he was remanded mittee representing the several “ men were th© 'Floyd associat* s. I v OUI    ...         I the san IP Whitson. Poatoi son and (ic countv 1919. Millard Whitson two years| in federal penitentiary at Leavtn-i worth. Beulah Whitson two years] Rush and Hlchetti are wanted on pending the completion of ^ i several charges of bank robber}.; appeal bond. ^tat*' operatives ruslied here from Oklahoma City last night \ in an unsuccessful effort to trail the pair. limit to it. Once veterans are paid in such fas!’ion, he believes it most prob-that other workers — war time munitions workers, the gov-ernment employes and others — will demand with some justice Th Instil Al- Ponn laced In th s. Indust ria derson, W. Va. Millard Whitson county, act of 19lf probation. John Heck, Robert Horton. Odie Heck and Bryan Hall, Coal county, act of 1919 and revenue laws, verdict of not guilty as to John Heck and Horton, verdict of guilty and s- ntencf of months at I*. S. Southwestern Reformatory at El Reno for Hall. verdict of guilty and sentence of two years at III Reno for Odie Heck* George Phillips. Pontotoc coun-. (CQiiUnued on Page 4, No. 3 { OKLAHOMA CITY, Mar. Ii. 1.7* s. P. Freeling, former state’s attorney general, announced his candidacy today for the Democratic nomination as congressnian- custody of the sheriff j unions in the great area Since Monday night# labor lead le-ii norm    ers    in the district have been ob former guard was convict,tainlns signatures of erap^es i^n    wa# made plain that if th** bonus bill should pass ins with the oil' cokpanieH"in;the senate it wit br vetoed. compliance with section 7-A of the    BURNED    TO DEATH oil code te«l of second degree manslaugh-1 an effort to obtain Ute •>! per cent icr in connection with a I |approval necessary for negotiat-beating administered an inmat* at-large. f  ..... "\ Holton Report WASHINGTON. March 14— (AP i—-Cotton consumed during February was reported today by the census bureau to (lave totaled 47”.890 bales of lint and 59.674 bales of linters, compared with 708.03 4 and 57.769 for January and 4 41,-2<n; and 50. *02 for February last vear. ’ of the hospital last year. Similar were dismissed atter tile jury returned the McCarty verdict, j Judge Wybrant said today, in j sentencing McCarty, he thought a verdict of manslaughter in the I first degree should (lave been returned. He criticized management of the hospital for requiring two guards to care for more than 50 violent inmates. - * -  — OKLAHOMA CITY, Mar. 1.4— HP)—A 1-cent per quart increase In retail milk prices here was agreed upon, effective Monday, by producers, bottlers and distributors today. Milk delivered to consumers new is 9 cents a quart for Hi** culinary grade. tile relief of distressed rural fain-; to the Avell during the day t ilies was one of the three phases' cheek up on progress of the wen f    listed.    The other two were re-j which may    be    the next producer Fveiltua\\v \lrs Cox expects to lief of families comprising strand-:of the field.    „    .    ,Q    . have warehouses    over the countv    ed populations in single-industry    Deaner-Moore No. I    Edwards in and schedules M    Ter[ain days    on    I towns    and the relief of unemploy-    NW NE SE    of    27-2-8,    was reported schedules o( certain ta    in    cities.    led at 650 feet this morning. This which    qualil    f    ‘ j Agricultural and relief execu- test is one that is being watched are to call for tJTeir suppli - . jtjveg who will attend the Atlanta ! with intense interest as success in j meeting will come from Texas,; locating good oil production .Mississippi, Arkansas, L o u i s i- \ would give an eastern outpost for , i . I----•>    .•#•    ana, Tennessee Oklahoma, Flor- a six-mile stretch bordered on tho hooka haugh l.eaves lositnm ''itll;    Georgia    North Carolina, west bv the cluster of earlier cow- Hapitol Hill school    |So^    Carolina; Alabama and Vir- OK LAHO MA CITY, March 14. ginia. —(,P)—Jim Lookabaugh, coach of    '    ^ NEW COACH FOR TULSA the 1933 champion Capitol Hid <,KAXI\pjYi; ,|UHVHLhV IHEKI high school football team, an-nounced today he had accepted1 More than 60 per cent of one large company’s employes had signed tliis approval early today and similar progress was reported in other groups. There are 56 companies operating in the area, .Motlier anil Child Lose Lives Iii Fire iii Richer Home PICHER. March 14.— Cl?) —A young mother and her two year <9 ......- -    -    old son died last night in flames including Consolidated, Carter,    swept    the family’s two t en r f~\ K « va <1 n Dom cfi fill    .    «    _    _    »    f T. T. I. O., Amarada, Barnsdall, room home }iere as a result of Shell, Shelly, Phillips. Champlin, her atteinpt to kindle a kitchen Empire Oil & Gas, Stanolind I ipe- with coal oil. line, Oklahoma Pipeline, Tidal. TIlP dead are    Mrs. Christine Texas and Gypsy.    Peace,    22,    and    her son, Billy Dr. Stocking, an economics pro- Gene. fessor front the University of T|1P husband and father, Ger-Texas, planned to go from Semi- ajd peace, a zinc miner, rescued nole to Tulsa, thence to Washing- llig f0ur.yearold son, Horace Neah ton. returning to Seminole in peac*» was working in a garden about IO days for the labor con- wjien the explosion occurred, lerences*    _    1 _______    (From    WrdneMlay’*    Dolly) the head coaching position at] Eugene. Willis will fac*1 pre Tulsa Central, signed. Lookabaugh will go to Tulsa next week to start spring practice. He has been at Capitol Hill 5 years, his term being undefeated in twelve games last season. His new salary was not announced. plot ions near Franks. H. L. Blackstock, et a1., No. I Lewis in NE NE SE of 19-2-*. was reported early this afternoon at 700 feet. Fleetborn No. I Reynolds-Wag- - ner, in NE SS SE of 18-2-7, offset No contract was; liminary hearing Friday, March I 16, on a charge of grand larceny | growing out of the recent theft of a bicycle belonging to Billie Kent Hoipkemeler, 801 K. Fifteenth. Willis was arraigned before Sherwood W. Hill, justice of the peace, and pleaded not guilty to the charge. The bicycle has been recovered. OKLAHOMA CITY. Mar. 14.— q-P)—john A. Cane, erstwhile veterans’ hospital mental patient who confessed killing his wife and three children and led officers to the bodies, probably will be tried for murder April 16, prosecutors announced today. Greater returns for the amount invested — News Classified Ads. OKLAHOMA CITY, Mar. 14 — (5P>—A blanket ll per cent wage increase for Oklahoma City municipal employes, effective April I, has been approved by the city council. The increase will be a restoration of a cut made last fall. to the Manahan producer, spudded in .Monday night. Rig was reporte*» completed for the M. S. Hughes ti. ? in NVY SW NW of 20-2-7 on land formerly a part of the Collins Institute, for many years a Chickasaw boarding school, until its discontinuance some years ago. In the Bebee field Deaner-Moore No. 3 Lakes in St, SW NL of 25-5-4 was reported rigging up standard tools. National Oilwell Cementing company reports cementing for the Los Angeles Petroleum company well in NE SE of 36-5-4, Bebee field. at 2.003 feet where a good show of oil was found. This well is said to extend the field (Continued on rage 4, No. 4)4 ;