...from the Oklahoman Newspaper archives in Oklahoma City, OK, dated:
TEN ARE MADE NEW CITIZENS
Naturalization Papers At Hearing Granted
Ushered into United States citizenship with patriotic talks
by representatives of the American Legion, American Bar
association and Daughters of the American Revolution, six
persons Friday were granted naturalization at semiannual
district court hearing.
Naturalization papers were issued four other state residents
Friday following a hearing before Edgar S. Vaught, federal judge.
Papers were issued to George Gossen, Thomas B. Cave, Samuel
Falkovits and Hinrich Meno Hinrichs. Falkovits had his name changed
to Falk, while Hinrichs took the name of Henry.
In district court, the citizenship rights were granted by
George W. Clark, district judge, after an examination by
Michael McCaul, Kansas City, Mo., assistant district
The new citizens were Thomas Queder, 611 West Frisco avenue,
native of Austria; William H. Schlemeyer, 19 Southwest
Forty-second street, Germany; John S. Ginnakopoulos, 350
West California avenue, Russia; Max Alexander, 34 East
Second street, Russia; and Vasilios Panagopoulos, 904 East
Petition of Mike Begarek was continued until July and that
of Cornelius Everaard was dismissed without prejudice to
allow further study.
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