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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1928, Greenville, Mississippi With tfer Greenville WEATHER H or STANDARDJEARER AND HIS RUNNING MATE TOLELANDROADl COOK SIis KAKLY OF PKOJECT IOOZE ANSWKHEI WHEN THE DELEGATION ALLOT ELECTED AT1 NO SESSION MVEN AN OVATION is liledcdiiij IJt Male liTHeflicrt Hoover by at Concluding Session in Kansas City Runs Very Poorly Asaoclntoil Press tjoh Kansas June So roads the Utgmhltam hiiidsiiue ut evcii mtdislaiiciag that iii Hefljert Hoover was named last night the at ils eon today elecied Keua as his ami Soiiih joined in lu Uioiis rivalry to give tribute and conlldciico to the swan by of Iiidjaa once aw a Slates DELEGATES WEARY Ncgrolliainnaii of iMagiiiilia StiililDel Fnllills Shcldriii Ilciigation Irc Iiariiig to Leave for lie South if d4 nomin vice Senator ijnrlis of Kansas jcamp to the convention hall iam ifqqyer tongialulales Juno Hiiivor Curtis core gratnlaliiit on tlic letters nomina tion on the Kepiiblican before Iliji roil call was completed luday ill City ioliil vote cast was Hire did not Tab number of voles nee ssary fora choice is urlis re Tiveii ant Had Nomination in Hands lyaasas June onlj with Ihe task of naming a running mate Hie Republi can niUluntll convention met today at KMl for the leaders imped last Although enough vice presidontial booms topiece out a dozen party tickets are bobbing over Ihe Senator of appeared to have nomination in his Ihe Xew York and Pennsylvania delega tions voting lo support him at meetings held prior to opening of the of Xew Iliimp I and of Xew after a announced they would re fuse lo penult Iheir names to go before Hie and would swim Iheir suport io of who nrigiiially declared for Dawcs for re not only switched to Cur i bat make the nominal J ing speech for Massachnsells the convention its in es nil the lirst ballot would go to Oororuof Fuller by a vote of tile lele in ciVutus RlBEDBYTeiO IOFFICK FOKCK is IIKMI vr HY TIIKKK MASKKI fiLNMHN tlly Tho Associated Press Kansas June Herbert wilh Ihest words called olit by UCKra it Mound when iissippis name was called on the lirst last Hip lelegaiion to the liepiililicannational givenin lie early days of the local he aim viih only Ibe shouting over the vice residential io be the after nearly two vceks siieiil in Ihecoiivenlioii eily be ause of Ihe contesl by led by leorge of iCharles of are preparing leave fin be Soulli or as soon as possible after Ibe nominalioii of the vice presidential candidate brings Ihe to a Delegation lo The delegaliou was oxpecled to cau us during the morning prior to order for Ibe final Hie on a choice for the vice residential 1 Mississippis standard was raised high iu the wilL demonstration last hat followed the appearance of John of on the plal Iorm to place Hoover in me of ihe delegates selling the slall iiid waving It madly iii Ibe while be convention ball was transformed in into a veritable bedlam or nearly S during which be jubilant Hoover bosls paraded Ihe led by the exiillaul Califoriiians mid singing and cheering and waving Hags as they marobod under Ibe weird blue while glare of ihe laauve ealcinni Prailically Hiiro Mississippi delegation look part march ami joined in eelcbra lioif dial followed the nominaliiig their exuberance standing out iii slriking contrast to the silent group if a few yards who kopf their seals amid Ihe general up roar and saved their for the nomination of Senator HERBERT HOOVER CHARLES CURTIS IS TO HOPOFF TODAY TO HOOVER IJAI i niiv t jjti i fMHDY ATLANTIC HEfOltTKD WATCH FRIENDSHIP AZORES EUROPE I PRAISES QUALITIES Jlrl Flier Motored to Johns and j as lo When to Kn1 Wlnn Pn Mans to Itetnrn to Harbor Jrare Plans toKetiirn to Harbor Jrari This Weather and Keiiurls of Storms Prevail n rope be heasihlellohl SliBhl llope if WrallifiWill Pcnnil Start j Telegram is ScnlWill Serve Tliis Afternoon Illy Tl Disiimlion bad wealbcr re1 1 Ill IU Ibis and nuerlaiu to when the ap him lllIC nfinrrtiimi I i 1 lcM ll tuni licrc Iliis TinCnlitni nT Im Knrnpi hin is jouly Inn with j nnil rcpurts SWK it is m il Mir jind i it i ill i In slarl Ihe would Miss iilid her j The llicr held a faim hope thai Ihe clnsclv Ihe liinvciiiinl ill I i lowiiKcbisciy Ihe of Ihe wi alher would clearullicientlv lo per crew of Ibe mil a slarl this lbgraplr DOCI MINT SKKTClfpOSrnON Message of Hoover Diclalcd to Chair man Moses for Transmission to Dele Agricultural Pro lims Must lie Solved FOR LOW WATER Surfaced ijoad To lie Ivxleuded oil Icinl For her Mile From Lauding To jive Low Wai IT Landing Far The Advice has reacil Ihe handier of Coinmerce thai is bigiin on Hie Ilinhujy ihal give a waler landlliu for Ihe irccnvillo Arkana Harn of Lake VIII ami probaic judge of ha wrilleu Cllaai her Sam Ilium ami Ilmi as follows We ban ibe eslen lo begin the aolual clcarin The learnare prepared ami ready lo start fill and b Ihe lime tliese are ado ami ollv uradhiL lilfil be on Ibe job to Willi an weath er ImHiN ibis road will be ready to ivehe gravel al Ihe end of Ihree innhighway diparliainl is being ihis iniiditinn and we hope lhal von will also solicit their allon lim to ibe importance of early relief ilmm Ibis We are advised that Ihe present rise i Ihe Mi isippi will probably iiiainlaili a water level sufficient for facMiiies Ior a longer peliml THOMASW SPEAK TONIGHT to A Sporting Proposition STOLEN WHITE MEETS ENTHUSIASTS AND LOCAL BAND BOYS Plans To Visit Greenville A Week To insfriirliiins Tn Il of High School iiidils in Casli I Tluiujiiind Dollars in Wllen Olllce Forte ill Hiissel iiihpniiy Ilrtii Illy Tho Associated IreiM June iked guiiiiieu held up Ihe olliee force Hu llilselbeek Chiiese here escap wilh in cnsh liiitl seveial thmisilnii Morlli of one of Hie mi lions outstanding figures iu Ibe Irain iiig of amateur and boys was in Greenville this morning and met wilh boys of Ihe band and memliers of the Delta Musical Assoclalioii seeking lo further the Interests ofthe High Schoolha While In Ikeil to the boys on file value of brass band to lie com of groat ciliicnllniiiil value to tlninselVes and of tile greaiUppor luilily that lies before Mjiin should they lake advnutage of tlwoiipiiWuii lly that Is offered lit told Ihnii how they could be of service to ft commuully and insisted that Ihe boys be punctual and regular in their ai V Whltiiihnis with the boys here once a week during summer His Mhcdiilo he iiuiioiinccd was deliheralch hi Ihe unal uole of Hie posilion be will lake as Ih We will and liml nlminii of lhal hiini criiiiiv and eolileli meal In ibis urea I union of our pc be MOAT RACES WILL BE HELD SUNDAY DRIiT LESSENS nil Annum I li iii wood Silirlhen of Ihe Hlleea Knal anpirr Ihe races are i be The rapid rii iu Ihr Ialhel of Wilierhas alum il 11 great deal nf 11 ee and driftwood nf all kind lhal are licilii scurried on InwardIbe Scbelbeii aid thai if il as al all lo run the races Icly lhal would liol am an of racing boal driv lo lake Iheir boa I nul inlo Ibe river ami uel lliem said I he the boaljis If Ihe boal races are Hie triphy lo Ihe w inner is be do lulled by lisehels Ciuar Ihe aiitinuaccmeiil thai he would award a lovlua cnp in Ihe Sundays regalia was made here by tsa dore There should be inter hi Ihe races Sunday if Ibe amount of ill lessen JETS SUSPENSION TOTAL FIVE DAYS Ifajall Kiclied ell liiing Called Out on Days lor Had mpirr Ifirnian iiv CI1 lEollle Sboucr X lor hollle Ihrowilli liiarkei ys iaiue between the mill Louis Cardiiails stf of Ifiday inexeualily bad lnlldml nil Ihe I 11 Ills sllspell by lleyi ibe Ilic Icamic based bis aelloli held ae nlabbfor Ihe who lirccied a barraLe of iop bollles al inpire who banished lloriis V hc 11 Im called out on PARTY OF WILE TUOMi WINI MIGHT DltlVi CltKW MOKK TOWKST SNOW LAST NIGHT llaliy nlamond should Jerre Olio inrvys luy DiMV and olbevs tvlll be slrong There are ciluallyas a good iliouhl result Itexiie Parlies Now Seeliiug n Mrautlrd Men Off Lnnd Snow al ni Suiisliiue Sticrced MiihiiiK Iavorahle Couililiim iiy rim Associated Press Kliics Juan slroug wind loday made It luob driven more in Ihe direction Ibe rescue parlies are iciih mm off land II Hie siinvhhii tanking tot ftntlitr
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