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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE AD A WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIVADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1934 NUMBER 32 MARLAND MAJORITY MORE THAN 100,000 Alleged Kidnaper of Robles Child Under Arrest OFFIDEBS IME SUMI DEEP ROCK WELL WASHED IN LATE WEDNESDAY f OKLAHOMA’S NEW GOVERNOR Will Be Charged With Sending Recorc| Breaking Majority Extortion Letters Through Mails Given Democratic Candidate Tuesday DEMANDED RANSOM I SPECIAL SESSION CALLED OFF Child Found by Searchers Chained in Hole in Arizona Deceit Only One Republican in State Senate, Eight to Be In House Bromide Again Proves To Be Pay Sand, Newest Addition to Field Flows IOO Barrels of Oil in IO Minutes Test As PHOENIX. Ari/., O ear If. Holton * before t he I S. ennui today on a formal e Ila (it ii : ii >« a I oh! J ti i April 2 5. Robson's bomi wa OOH by Commission*'! anil lie immediately od lo jail. Hobson, wearing ii fiat and d tossed in was immediately e tlie Conmii depat t men deputy I tv jail, ll* Dan 'ort' t.T id at $.70.-Hurley remand v WN"Marish! Wednesday afternoon. Developments at the Deep Rock No. I D. Hardin late last night caused oil operators and other interested parties to watch eagerly for news of testing, after the well had been washed in May Result in Leaving Huge Surplus Near Present Level MHK VARY Wallace Says Due to Lack Of Funds in Other Countries; Critics Caustic f r lorn ion shul to ti ired Dig St WASHINGTON The depart arnut announced that its taken into custody O justice son < Hon of P boon i) charge with D old Jut The [luster » the IL . Ari/., of extortion ie kidnaping ie Hollies, depjart meat ’ar ll on ain attorn* tened. —(JPff— tod av i had Rob* oriza * i t form inectii 11 11 Lr *en *rs in dent federal complaint charging Hobson w ing of extortion h the I lilted Stat* Hobson, a 51-year-old i of Tucson. Ari*.. was identified by the various handwriting ex-perts who declared that the handwriting In the extortion letters. which called for payment of $15,000, was bis. For several years he has been connected with a dance hall in Tucson. Ransom Demanded :obl< The ll by an unidentified 3 p. rn. \pril J5 a going home    sr child was nu ile id ii; about * wa* Irater th small Me*U er a writ lei OOO in five lur bills. The boy note said I cents by an i d< . ti ane TOV na i afternoon £ gave her fat 'n d for the $:>o. id twenty do! today ponder* *1 the creation of ■ a “brain trust” it* bring the lien j deal to Oklahoma. Given a record mandate by the! voters and a virtually sol id dent-1 derat ic legislature, Marland announced he would open an office at Honea City at once to (fired detailed studies of a stat0 referendum for submission to th legislature in January. Marland*** majority continued to mount as additional returns were received. When ‘Hois precincts were reported the vol** was; Marland. 335,143; Cine 216,970; a majority of more than Ilk.HUO votes. At the same time Governor Murray announced that he hid abandoned his plan for a special session of the legislature I November 21 for the purpose of * remitting penalties on delinquent taxes and preventing tax sales. Democrats made a clean sweep of state capitol office So overwhelming wa ocratic victory that only one republican, a holdover member, will sit in the senate next January and only eight representatives in the house, incoming re-, turns Indicated today. While complete returns were not available tonight from all counties, the 22 democrats seeking half the senate seats this year swept the ticket defeating every republican aspirant. George Hutchinson of Enid, whoa* does not expire until 1.936 will he the only republican in ti'” senate, unless additional return.* change the apparent trend. The fight over organization of the two houses already has be- Becaute of difficulty in getting water to the pinups it re quired one for tests. By SAM BLEDSOE (Associated Press Staff Writer) WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.— (/Pf— C.rowing concern over the shrink-, age in this country’s cotton ex* and one-half hours to wash the well in and get ready, ports had spread today from the The well is located in northwest of southeast of|--\AA to other administration. oec- ,    tors,    with    various    proposals    being northeast of Section 30-2-7.    After    the    well    had    been    opened,    offered    as    remedies    for    the    situa- it was allowed to flow through tubing for ten minutes, production I figures tell the reason tor the ing    I OO barrels of oil, or at    the    rate of    600    barrels    an    hour. A    leaky collar between    the* flow-line and the separator, how-    .    . at 74s feet; ( roshi* ever. ca lifted lite well to be Bhut <•»" ;*•>*.    No. I A J. In for repairs and at the latest Hardin ti southwest or northeast >s*aiot northeast digging pits and cel-' ar; Delanev No. 2 A. J. Hardin alarm. The cotton year beings on j August I Exports from that date I his year to October 25 were only report early this morning, I* had not been resumed. Gin* Pressure High The shut-in pressure of the well registered 8o0 pounds of gas. which is said to be a higher gas pressure than that of any *Uher well iii field at thai ho;-izon. The total depth of th-* well is now 4244 feet. On October 2 7, seven inch pipe was set at 2,141 feet and on October ::0, the plug was drilled, i Tuesday, •"'im'e that time the well has, the dent- been closely watched as a po*- j sible producer. Opinion of observers last night • were that the new well will he as good a producer as any in the Fitts field. It is likely that the gauging ! of the well will be completed ,* some time today. Well Extends Field Th*1 completion of this we’l j adds another Bromide sand pro drilling at 503 feet; Magnolia No. 2 I). Hardin at 3.730 feet. Near Wapanucka, in 26-2s~6e, 1.153.nun bales, compared to 2,-202.000 for the same period last year.    ; Exports O’* tlie staple have averaged around S,OOO,OOO bales an-J anally for the past several years. . A continuance of the present ex- Gietl Oil No. I Purger son tod.tx port rate would see the 1934-35 was at 1.835 feet; in 16-ls-St Petty No. I McMillan was at 1.1 feet today. Ada Man Fatally. Injured One Other Hurt, in Weekend Crashes From Monday’* Dally) Accidents took heavy toll yesterday, one of Pontotoc TO Dizzy HEIGHTS Final Figures May Give Lead Of 150,000 Over Republican Opponent PM MAKES GLEAN SWEEP All Candidates For State Offices and Congress Win Election Oklahoma governor—— 2071 of Bitt Jo pets.; Marland, I)., ;U!ii,8ij5; Pine, It., ’2(19,087. dimer to the growing cluster of I resulting fatally tor E. J. cotton season end next August I with only 4,612.000 bales sent out [ of the country.    ! Since the AAA began its crop • id just men t plans, tile 13.000,000 j jab* carry-over of American cot-. iou has been reduced to 10,634,-i 90b bales, but the latter figure is tlu* third largest carry-over ot the . staple on record. This year’s crop, estimated at 9,443,000 bales, is one of the smallest on record but unless consumption. both foreign and domes-: tic, increases, the AAA will have) made little progress toward getting rid of the surplus.    i The contention lias been advanced. too. that the government.; county through its offer lo lend any pro-    .    —fT    I - ,    u ,,s_ deicer 12-cents a pound on his cot- Deliveries to He Made at Hear, E. W. MARLAND New Auto Parking Move I Ll Ri lived ton. has pegged the price and ere- :,rm such wells in this area    .    I ft’Ada ^'T'nmnber° o^years ' ated an artificial value for Amer-j me new producer is statuted in Ada jot a "“"‘eked down st lean cotton which has caused con-1 just one location east of already    Rigs by    was knocked Flown it    ,,    tn    hllv    indian proved territory and extend* the|the intersection of Sixth and *    *    ,    o    til    et    staples    ! field iii that direction.    |    Broadway late    "'The‘market price is around 12 will go into effect here in a few In Section 30-2-7 more activity j He was taken to a local hospital    A,    t    loans    a1-    days wav with ctnnniinrf oil i where it was discovered that he c lits no a -    •    .    • Of Stores Beginning in Few Days Some new parking regulations Parade and Program Cecil Harberson, Legion Commander, Speaker OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 7.— hp)—Governor-Elect E. W. Marland, bearing a record mandate from Oklahoma voters, plunged immediately into the. task today of producing a promised new deal, as Governor “Alfalfa Bill”* Murray abandoned his plans for a special session of the new’ legislature. Murray, who had announced he planned to call the session for tax relief, said senators pledging to ignore the call would “dally” and delay passage of the tax penalty waiver legislation until it was too late. Plans for opening an office at Ponca City at once were announced by Marland. From there he will direct detailed studies by volunteer committees and employed experts into various drastic statewide reforms. He also will begin preparation of his program for submission to an almost 'solid democratic legislature in January. Marland’^ Majority Mounts Tabulations of returns showed Marland steadily increasing his majority over TV. B. Pine, the republican nominee. It appeared the majority would approach 14 0,000 when all of the state’s precincts are heard from. Indications pointed to a total vote of 580,000, a record for gubernatorial elections. Returns front 2704 of 3365 J precincts in the state gave Mar-; land 295,660 votes anti Pine, With i ii* ive ed t ven gun. Leon C. Phillips, of Okemah. candidate for speaker of the bouffe, has opened headquarters in a hotel here. ti .n i ti iver it. did The initial ra t n un den land was roughly prime d i ti lea d pencil hearing the sig pat ut* * X VZ’* and contained spec! tic di rec! i ohs for delivery of til* * n i ey. No further WO rd w; is heard from the kidna per; inti! April 29 when a secott* I let ter was dis- patched from I ’uc> on to the girl s father repea ti ti ti e der nand. Robles then ad* I re ssed through the new spa per*- * a r* ‘que; M to the kidnapers that lh* *v sub! nit proof his child was s till v i n g Robles expressed willinger ICS s !( > comi»ly with all th* Early in f, the third ii* u the od “XYZ” re ached I he uncle of coop' Cie kidnaped child. This note Deal said the child was in good health TI and again de ma tided delivery of al d the money. ! cully On the aft ernoon of May 14. year June was foul id by hi pr uncle and amel her father’s a Homey and ret Hen ed alive to h< Violin* I ^ IL _ . I cinel TOPEKA. Kan., Nov. 7. <F Kansas stood out today as an island for republicans and drys as another Roosevelt tidal wave engulfed iIi** nation. Goy. Alf M. Lando I, republican roof elected two years airn in the face of the democratic landslide, repeated this year, defeating Omar B. Kechum. 37-year old printer-mayor of Topeka, who charged Luadons administration had not rated fully with the New • state affirmed its tradition-y stand, defeating emphati-a proposal to repeal its .*4 old constitutional prohibition (intent. is under way with company moving in rigs fun Hie No. 2 Hardin, in northwest of northwest of southeast and the No. 3 Hardin in Hie southwest corner of the section. ^lanolin*) has also announced a location for its No. I Norris in southeast of southwest of southwest of 25-2-6. From th** J. IL Sledge and others No. I Thompson in 1-1-7, at Jesse, came reports that total! depth is 3,936 feet with no fur-j ther show as th** operators drill through the Hunton lime to the J basal part of the formation-Others Drilling Ahead Deaner-Moore No. I Edwards, iii! 2 ling. In Section 25-2-6. reports of •hanolind Oil ' where it was   ...........-    ,    . HI    t'r    icture    ready    have    been    made in or iiin g about 905 bales of cotton. Unless the All delivery trucks and vans according to announcement 1.711,-I today of city authorities. v- price of tile Staple rises t!-~lftTm- are to begin soon making deliver- J t}ie ^'orpj Sixteen years ago on November 11 Ada celebrated in noisy and jubilant fashion the signing of the armistice that ended hostilities in activities today included Black- treatment at the Ada hospital. May sign- JLL FERAN GROWERS INVITED TO EXHIBIT igiiim ms from I 49*'. of 2691 pre gave for repeal, 17 4.11*) I 221.330- stock No. IB Cradduck drifting at 3,7 4 5 feet; Carter No. 2A Cradduck drilling at 1.030 feet; Magnolia No. 2 Tom Norris drilling at 3.5 5 and No. 3 Tom Non is rigging up rotary. The Moore No. I Akers in 36-2-6 was drilling today at 2,465 feet and the Moore and others oil field casing was No. I Smith, in 31-2-7, at feet. Section 30-2-7 today had Black-stock No. 3 D. Hardin drilling at He died this 9-20 o’clock leaving as surviv- I11**'** »» l,,r’    «■ —...... ine worm war. ing relatives a son VV. H Rigs-    modity credit corporation may    ies at Ute back ot stoles    ins    ea*    Each    year succeeding has found bv    of    Ada    and    a    daughter. Mrs.    find itself with    from    one third    to of parking on Main street and de- j the rni*t,.d States observing the Claud    Bryant    of    Henryetta.    ane ')aI* ot    >*ears crop on    its livering at the Dont.    .'anniversary of that date with a Funeral services will be he'd bands.    I    Merchants    who do not a u > ! deepening sense of obligation and Tuesday afternoon at 1:30    Wallace Explains    have arrangements ma***    01    , seriousness in restrospeetive c*n- o'clock    at    the chapel    of    the Cris-    Secretary Wallace and his aides    (handling deliveries at the rear are    , templation of the gnMt    .om*hPt well Funeral Home,    followed by    assert that acreage reduction and    asked to make them now.    an(j what it has meant to    the na- burial    in    Wynnewood    cemetery,    the loan policy of th** adnilnistia-I    Increasing need o! a axal air    tion, to families and to    irdivid- h ive in-    (ion ar** not the real reason tor    space on Main street for moving;    t ua|g and    to    the precipitate    drop    in shipments J traffic is responsible    for the new; ‘ ^ w[U haye thp anrual i>h^r. in    the    abroad of America’s    foremost    ex- (regulations, delivery    trucks don I Vance on Saturday this year, wiFFi port crop or product for that    hie parking or stopping    in    the    ,ule    and pr0Kr‘am. matter.    'middle of the street putting tint-, The parade ig to begin at 1 rt The secretary’s explanation is    fie under a handicap-    o’clock    \lreadv many ground and that inability of other nations to*      *---- lotaanLti'.ns ha“ indicate* that buy dollar exchange, lack of pur-; Senators UppOSe    i they will have floats prepared for chasing power, in othei words, is j    . o _ _^j the procession, there will be bands the real reason why customers! OpCCial ^CSSIOIV land groups of war veterans aud abroad are cutting down on theit ,    Waldron    States    th** usual inspiring    march to Con cotton buying. He cites Germany,    VYalurep    Cldlcb    Vention hall. as an example and tile complaint ,    ——    - of German officials that they can- j SHAWNEE. Nov. 5 -(.F—State not t.uv our cotton unless the I nt- * Senator Tom Waidrep announced -    *    ‘    he had Officers are said to vest i ga ted tile accident have ascertained who was car that lilt Mr. Rigsby. A young man named Miers was shaken up in an automobile accident at the coiner or 2-x. near Tupelo is still dill- j Nineteenth and Oak Sunday afternoon hut was able to return to his home after receiving Two trucks and a passenger automobile were reported to have been involved in a crash at the bridge across South Canadian river north of Ada Sunday in which no one was in- jured-    ,    ,    ,    n    reply    that    there has truck loaded with! * -    .    , obtained e\- ted States buys more German pro- j today that pressions from a majority of the ara post ot me dUOtS-    r    I    state    senate,    denouncing    Cover-’who are in clu Driver of a 1,292 escaped serious injury or death Administration critics, however been an in-1 nor Murray’s call for a special - I session of the legislature Nov. 2 I At the hall the program is lo begin at ll o’clock sharp, ac’Hiding to those of the Norman Howard post of the Vmerican Legion irgo of arrangements. by ducking as the load of pipe came crashing through Hie upper,    ,    thaf part of the cab as the truck    1 There the assembled audience will have music by college, senior and junior high school bands playing as a unit, introduction of dis- Invitations are being to pecan growers i nearby J counties to send or brii a g * exhibits ; to the Pontotoc < 'OU my pee a o show that will be id in Ada Tuesday and Wed rn •sd; IJT of next; week. A full line of ex Ii itiiits is wanted regardless p I where grown and Font oto c cou nty growers will welcon ie any others from elsewhere w o w1 sh to min pete wVh them# Thf *re is no desire to confine t he how to home people. It is not yet fill Iv del* ermined where the show wii I b eld. It may be in the dii vins r oorn of the Md ridge hotel I nit if this T Ii e democratic membership in congress may remain the same. Edward Patterson, democrat, was leading Harold McGugin. harasser of Roosevelt administration, Iii the third district; on the other hand Mrs. Kathryn O'Loughlin McCarty, congresswoman from the sixth, was succeeded by Frank Carlson, republican. .9 55 feel; Carter No. 2 Richards i halted suddenly am    to    navp i    crease in the    use of foreign cot aul    to    ha\e ;    ton becauge it    i8 cheaper than the    as “unwise and unnecessary. I domestic product.    Canton had been held up by two i From the south has come thejular session in January would be Secretary Hull    able    to carty out    Governor Min-    {jnguisht'd    guests    and    an    address (seek additional outlets for cotton    ray s    purpose of    preventing    tax    by    Cecil Harberson    of Bartlesville. (Continued on Page 8. No. 2) sales. _   i    recently    elected    state    command*    r i of the American Legion. Election Briefs From Various States Complied By Associated Press Reporters CIRL FDGITI All nine of the state’s democratic nominees for congress were elected by wide margins. Additional returns from the eighth congressional district showed Phil Ferguson, democrat, widening his lead over T. J. Sargent, republican of Newkirk. “There was one surprise in the vote,’’ Marland said today. “I expected a larger vote. The weather w’as fair, conditions wrer*> favorable and I anticipated a vote of 700,000/* Tile governor-elect said the next twTo days probably would be be devoted to the selection of committees which will study tax, school and other reforms and report back to Marland. He also is negotiating for services of technical advisors from the Brookings Institute of Washington to aid the committees in studying taxes and budget needs. “I am expecting the committee to do the w’ork. however.’’ Marland said. “The technical advisors. experienced from wrork In other states .will merely he there to aid.’’ Will Announce Plans Marlanti expects to announce definite plans Sunday. Remaining up most of the night as friends joined in a noisy celebration at Ponca City. Marland expressed more concern over the congressional race in the eighth district than his own. When informed Ferguson was ahead he said he was pleased that Oklahoma had given President Roosevelt a solid democratic J delegation. Frank Norris , Hurt In Auto Crash Saturday ******* ******* is found impraetiCf in a building on street near the site. -—k bl> We old it will ne Twelfth postoffice . NORMAN. Nov. 3—CR—Frank Norris. 25, of Ada, was critically injured and three other per sons were crash so ut heavy traffic which followed the end of the Missouri-Oklahoma D football game here late today. (Il> Th«* Akhorialfd Pre**) Alabama — Bibb Graves, IL, was elected governor and the usual solid democratic delegation of nine was sent to the house. Arizona — Henry F. Ashurst was reelected senator and D. IL Moeur. D., was relected governor, j house to ***** -h * was returned.    'The state voted tp permit the Colorado — Edward C. John-'sale of liquor and to exempt son. IL. wa* reelected governor movie studios from taxation for and four democrats were sent to 15 years, this being designed to ******* lure business from California. Georgia — Eugene Talmadge, and the house. Connecticut — Francis T. Ma lonev, I)., was promoted from theiD.. was reelected governor the senate, defeating j ten democrats were sent to the j Priest^^negro,    jas rt in an    automobile    i^en "Isabella    Green Wav.    D.,    was!    Senator’Frederick C. Walcott,    R., Moore    in    '!"•    'lecieJ    :    one of the First republicans    lo Arkansas    —    J. Marion    Futrell,'    make the new deal a campaign ttad governor    and i    issue. Gov. T\ llbur L. Cross,    IL. was i The injured were W. B. Rice. ' also of Ada. and Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Wilkins, Little Rock. Ark. seven democrats    were sent    to tim,    72. once on tile    \ ah’ faculty, w house.    I    given    a third term. Four demo- California —    Frank F. Mer- j    erats    and two    republicans were riam .acting governor, republican, sent to the house.    ^ rxi’\ vt d’i t Nor - rf* -I    born    on an Iowa farm, defeated ! Delaware    John    G.    Toy\n- Wlson Post oak. 4 5. Choctaw I.. ; Mrs. Wilkins received hip and,Upton Sinclair,    democrat,    whose    send,    IL. was    reH*'et**d senator. eager! shoulder lacerations, and may plan to “end poverty in Califor-' A democrat Wilkins nia” was a campaign sensation, house. hav-| Florida -rnell, D., diam was killed by train south of here after be apparently asleep on tile track i {»a earl' bad i<iiit 'I I His widow hospital, and three children survive.    emergency was sent to the internal injuries. today* I have c»i ; was released from St. Anthony's Senator Hiram W. Johnson. Oklahoma City,    after ing both republican ami demo treatment.    crane nominations among others,' democrats were sent to the house. — Senator Park Trani-yvas returned. Five MCALESTER, Nov. 3.— '.P — \ 19-year    old girl, Maudie    Law- ator Arthur    R.    Robinson,    Jr.    >»"• who Iowa —    Clyde    I,.    Herring. r>.,. county jail    Oct.    I wit I fit.    otor was    reelected    governor.    , '“f-    surrendered to roun > Negro    I teats Negro    .officials    bere today. Mie was beld Illinois —    Hep. Fred A.    Brit-, on three    charges of robbery. ten.    IL, was    defeated by    James Three    ot- tj,e fugitives, Arthur McAndrews. D. Rep. Oscar Ii- Gooch Okmulgee; Myrtle jyindig. i    .    ,    ^‘Teated    F(m Sniitj, aIHi Ambrose Nix. house.    ,b>’ Arthur W. Mitchell. D„ negro.. arP at larw. Iflah0 _ c Ben Ross, D., was The state elected neither senator reelected governor. Two demo-j nor governor.    ( Bill Johnson. 27, Okmulgee, al erts were sent to the house. De-; Kansas — Alf M. Landon R.Sieged leader of the break, was respite    campaigning bv    William    E.    was reelected governor. Tim captured near Quinton last Satur- Borah    R    every republican    can-    state refused to permit the sale day and Henry Hurst was appreciate for* national or state office of liquor.    .headed at    Fort    Smith Wednesday. Kentucky — Hider its law this state could not start count-! County Attorney frank Watson ing until today. Neither senator! said Johnson had offered to plead nor governor was elected.    i guilty to two highway robberies Louisiana — Eight democrats I and kidnapings and to take a >0- didate for national w*as defeated. Indiana — Sherman Minton. D., war veteran, once football and baseball player at Indiana SC school" wtntcted'to‘ were”sent"”to th^bou*.”"Hue?! year sentence in an effort to avoid the senate, defeating an arch critic of the administration, Sen- Long put across 14 constitutional ’a possible deaf It sentence. No de-(Continued on Page 8, No. 3) cision on the offer was reached. NINE KILLED IN POLITICAL CONFLICT (By Th** Associated I’rexs) Nine persons were killed in political conflict accompanying the general elections- Five died after a gun ambuscade at Kelayres, Pa., where they marched iii a democratic eiection-eve parade before the home of the republican town leader. Gunmen seeking to keep negroes from the polls killed one white person and wounded two others at Holland, Mo. The terrorists escaped before state troopers arrived. One man was shot to death in an election quarrel at Cedar Hill. O. Another w’as killed at Greenup, K.. as he wrestled with his brother for a gun with which a third man was wounded in an election argument. The ninth was stabbed to death in a fight at the polling jdace in Weeksbury. Ky. ;