Ada Weekly News, June 23, 1932

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June 23, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1932 OOM NUMBER 13 LONE ROBBER HOLDS UP SULPHUR BANH BIG CELEBRATION ; SULPHUR. Jun** 20.— H—A you nu roan wearing dark »p*cta-r*l#*s robbed th#* F’irst National MAN'S LEFT ARM FOR ROOSEVELT Flays Party Platform as “Political Expediency’ in Senate Speech. cash i#* and New-described years old PUM NKQUTE Hank her#- of *1,569 this morning and escaped. C. E. Collin* ton nice, boc ti*#- robber as and of all Kb! s Pos**** inuit* cli ane of tb*- r a Kre#*n (Buick on alate bigha Passing Truck Shears Off Arm of K. J. Cowger of Byars Sunday Night. Idahoan Says Convention Strongly for Repeal of 18th Amendment, took up the who fled in *. southward (AA W A -‘IUNCT*June 2<» Senator Borgh, a powerful sup-j»orter of president Hoover In the I '#2* campal KST, announced In the amate today he will not support the president for r# th# platform adopted ca co convention. com pan-on High* to Byars their car election on at t he Cbi- W A - II I SUTO N J me 20. 11nertial? an attack on th** R lira ti prohibition plank Borah tit. Idaho i told - CP-pub-Senator the a*»n- Killed For Present Session Tabling of Motion to Reconsider | WASHINGTON, Jin#* 18. The soldier- bonus will not paid this summer. Definitely, crushingly, the at* Int** last night defeated by CV be sen-t En ate today it we adopted for “political # xped!* ncy** and that the convention wag overwhelmingly for repeat of the Eight-<*nth a mend m#*n t.    I A crowd'd and intent senate t listened to the ldah#» orator as he began his long await* d speech fin the plank adopted bv I he It** publican convention at Chicago lit week favoring submiss!#)!) #*f a new' amendm»Mtt. Word had rotten around that Horah wit* to #■!*• ak. and the galleries were crowded as well as tin* ** nate floor. Horah said lie Would confine his remarks to th* prohibition plank because the platform as a v hole w as "Inadequate’* and fell dead «* the feet of the Amen can people "It is char that the Republican campaign will not be fought around that singular platform,’ Horah said, adding that it had ignored til** "realties of the campaign" and th** increasing demands of the people overburden* d with the depression. |<*«»r “Naked Hep®*!’’ Turning to th** ptank he chose to discuss. Horah t-ald it was “cid ir that a majority of the til embers od AU*' convent inn were for repeal of til** Eighteenth amendment oak* d repeal, There were in th** convention. lo* laid. 204 delegate* from til* Democratic states which will not send Ii* publican electors to the electoral college mid more than 200 federal officeholders who voi d as they deemed it “i>olUi-cully expedient •The two who had most to do with drafting th** plank." Horah told, “were two tit*Anhers of th* cabin# t. both of whom at * op* illy and oncotnpr.uiiisitn 1\ for repeal ll*1 added that be r* f* rr* *1 to l'„sii,!|. i- r < ,* n# ral Brown and Sect eta tv Mils. Senator Fess of Ohio. retiring chairman of th# Republican national commit tc* ray I **I don’t thin any Mr, Hi ow Eight# • nth amend rn* nt Horah said he bad talked with Brown « month av** and added that he would show he was for i,«p« al In the convention. MHU for IU*|##*al “Mills, who had moat to do with shaping Ute plank, bos been att op* ii advocate of repeal for hill by which thousands upon thousands of veterans of the World War had hoped to draw |mm««llately almost two and a half billions in cash from tiffed* sal treasury. The lr# nu ndous margin of 62 to lk was rolled up against the measure de.-pit** an amazing daylong siege which nearly 10,000 clamorous ex-service non laid down upon America s capitol. It was evident that the decision turned principally on th* issue of safeguarding th** nation s financial stability, t Senator after senator gave as explanation for ids adverse vol** tlu> reason, divorced entirely from th** merits of giving aid to tip* veterans. Th** fat* ful roll call was counted out under galleries packed solid with former sidlers. Hundreds more pressed up to the senate door.-, and I rom the outside were plainly audible the songs, cheers and botts of thousands who swarmed over t o* broad plaza, blocking all traffic but causing no disorder and voicing no threats. To make doubly sure the bill would not come up again this S'-s-ion, its opponents resulted to strategy which is as rare in th* railed States as it is effective: Tabling a motion to reconsider pa -age. This extinguished lite lavt hop** of sponsor# to bring th** question tip later. To the s* a of upturned faces . outside the capitol a spokesman j for the veterans announced the; def**at. “We have received a temporary setback," he shouted, “th#* senate bus refused to jk» -< the bill." A half stunned silence, and then a |r*vueiidous boo. “Hut w*- will stay here until is pa hi," h»* roared cheers reverberated stately walls of the I building. Quickly ire of a bond started Ii. J. Cowger of Byars is in th#* Ada hospital recovering from an accident of unusual nature which cost. him his left erin Sunday night. Cow ger, with three ions,    was d riving west way    lh on their way about 11 o’clock when met    a truck.    .    J According to the injur'd man., who    was driving, his    left arin; wa resting on tin* door of the.^e%v automobile, which was not traveling rapidly. T *• front part of the truck pas-ed safely, but some part of the    body projected    out    far enough to strike Cowger’s arm, shearing it off cl«*anly just abov# tlo* * Ibow. Cowger stopped the car quickly and his party halted B. W. Collier of Edmond, Okla., who got    th*- Injured man    into his automobile and dashed to the hospital, where ho was given treatment. Decision of New York Delegation Center of Interest Today. Wintersmith Park to Be Scene Of Picnic, Political Speaking NEW WELL SHUTED N Reed Wed- Rev. R. Moore and L. K. of Seminole spudd*-d in nesday on a new well in the Conservation pool north of Ada, tho Brown No. I in sw sw ne of FOR RE-ELECTII Suggests General Cut of One- GATHERING IN CHICAGO Friends of Other Candidates Preparing for Final Effort. CHICAGO. June 20.- <.T Ada will go in for the Fourth of July in a big way this year. with a huge political rally at the city lake in Wintersmith park and with the fine facilities for the entertainment of outing groups. There will be fishing, boating, swimming, ample space for picnicking parties in the beautiful setting of hills, woods and water. Committees are now at work making plans to handle the huge Third in Military and Naval Forces WOULD SHIE GREIL SURI 27-5-6. They are below' 200 had a light This well of *> little they now down a feet. At 135 show' of gas. is two locations east the Smith-Bowles Miller No. which Is reported to be mak inc oil bv heads at 1.4SO feet. Great Demonstration Follows Nominating Speech by California Man -1 CURTIS WINS France Rejects Proposal Once; Wants Security, Official Says WASHINGTON, June •    *    *    *    •    *    *    r    *    -    *    iiiiirv    iii—,    pitmr    n'    *•    >    -    —    , York with her 94 votes be-. crowd expected for the political I resident Hoover. r i    ,    .....    Lind    rim    ma    tie    sin! in a came the sudden local point of |ka*q of the celebration Democratic preconvention skirm- i Candidates will begin speaking IO o’clock on the morning of ishing here today as leaders of Gov. Roosevelt looked to the Empire state to make a choice for him in the quarrel with Alfred E. i Smith. I The Roosevelt captains say the .New' York decision, expected to be announced soon after the arrival of the delegation heads here ,Wednesday, will put their man I"over the top." James A. Farley, of New York, head of the newly established T:ii- morning Cowger was ap- Roosevelt camp her**, won t compar* inly recovered from the ! went on the probable decision in shock of the unexpected happen-ibis state hut he smiles and insists! log and able to relate what had, "Roosevelt will w in on the first occurred.    (ballot—I meant that."    *    j at IO o’clock on the the Fourth. There will be plenty of time allowed to dispose of picnic dinners before th** speaking is resumed. The rally will give the voters a last-minute opportunity to see and hear candidates for count * I offices and also some who are seeking high* r offices. I At 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon a patriotic address will hellions calculated ! delivered by Hon. Luther Hard- $10,000,000,000 and (irame tic announcement at the White House today, proposed principles for reducing the arms of the entire world by nearly one-third. With Secretary Stimson at his side, the president read to a small group of newspapermen hurriedly assembled at the executive mansion a statement saying that “the time has come when we should cut through tho brush." and adopt arms r**duc-to save between I and    $ 15,000,-j Convention Moves Toward Adjournment Expected Late Today 22. LI** sudden Convention Six Days Away, But Leaders and Candidates Busy EARLY TUG OF WAR FI! I GAGO ST ATI I’M, June IO, — 1.1*> — \ Ice President t'hades Flirt is was renoml-natcfcl oil the first bull#*! teds) l>> the Itepitblieim national convention. The official total of the Hrs! ballot on vice president gaxe I Airt is (t i l t !; Mar-XIder 178 3-4, ami Harbored Itil ti. son of Oklahoma Citv. Formerly a resident of Ada, his ability as an orator is widely known among residents of I’ontotoc county. OOO.OOO during the next ten j j years. He proposed: I Abolition of all and tanks, large cheml- mobile His coupe was damag#*d very lilt I* . the door handle being torn off and a glass broken. His companions . ot th* tau number of j the truck as it drove on down tie* iii uh way and officers today \s> i» checking tip on ownership of the vehicle in an investigation of th** accident. HUNTING ACCIDENT TI Charge From Gun of Father Destroys Sight of Oren Bradshaw. Hut there are about as many claims as there are candidacies in democracy’s swiftly gathering convention conflict on this historic battleground and a lot of milling around is in prospect before the gavel falls next Monday. I The prohibition dispute which divided the recent republican con-, ; clave is losing the spotlight to the j ; presidential race among Hie de til-, i ocrats. I Friends of Roosevelt are snap-I ping up tile repeal substitute rejected by the republicans as their! banner for the 1932 campaign.' ! This proposes submission for a I repeal amendment to the states with control of liquor traffic to Following Harrison, there will ral warfare be addresses by Congressman suns Tom D. Me Keo wn and Judge Orel* Reduction of one-third in the Rusbv after which will come the strength of all land armies oven remaining county and state rep-jand above “the so-called police resentative candidates. Then icomponent. time will he given to any other The abolition of all bombing .....total    prohibi- Hy BYRON PRICE (Ai'oriitrd Pre** Stuff Writer) __CHICAGO    STADU    M.    June    16. c* ci T\»«f Qftrortnik    Im    ' With tioisv approbatmn, the First Test of Strength Due in ,Itipuhiioan convention today re- Election of Permanent pledged itself to lie:bort Hoover. State after state first marched Chairman candidates or their representa- i planes, and the tives for state or national office. The celebration is a county-wide affair and with favorable weather Is *\pecte«i to bring thousands of people to the pars* to spend the day of patriotic observance. all bombardment from returned repeal. to Hie states in event th bonus again, and against th** bi uh dom* * then the bb (fmni Mon*!:*r’% IL.flj) | A bunting accident Sunday I morning brought gri* f and tragedy int'* the home of Cecil Bradshaw, for Ordo Bradshaw, 12-i year old boy, will never see again. Th#1 accident occurred when I Oren and his father were squlr-* r* I hunting. Bradshaw, armed with a .4lh . botulin, is said to have, sat .down In a likely spot to “still hunt." telling tilts boy to go farther north and instructing him to find .* place, sit quietly until the squirrels stirred about so that he could get a chance to : ba. some of them. Ut**! ti short time, Bradshaw j is s .id to have noticed what k<* linn bt to be a squirrel's tail behind a tree and fired, not real- Two-thlnls Rule \t tacked In the melee over the* presidency, th#* ancient two-thirds !nomination rule of the democrats is up again for its customary round of speculation. There seem to be well founded reports that Hon of the air." Reduction in the treaty number and tonnage of all battl#1* ships tty one third. Reduction in the treaty tonnage of aircraft carriers, enlisters and destroyers by one-fourth .and of submarines by one-third with no nation having more than In ti roaring half hour demon- CHIC AGO. "June 22. -CP* Re-j:Blr<*1',"n ltln    ,21“"    Z Dewed demands for a prohibition :cw *7* I*    f    m    , . .    I,-    «    *    tangible fashion of official sup- repeal submission plank came •    ..... e l ,    .. i i i    port as the convention reacneu from d«*mocratic    chieftains    to-    ‘ day as they    on    .he    »'«*    »    “k-    «,»l ronvontion scene    for    the    prelim-;    ®    ,ttl'onI n!n'n    ,    nnomnrlnc 1    Only    once    was    the    outpouring of re ly ;> .OOO tons of submersibles. Tie Taxi Driver in Pasture, Return to Hold Up Station Here I saint- high in the Roosevelt conn- j Two hijackers Tuesday night 'cli would eliminate this rule tn s took a local taxi d*'vt mifo-E favor of !| mniAritv nnmtnntion I away from him, held up a    - if the in a majority Domination candidate goes over the ' alation at the intersection of line and a deadlock majority sues. I nt that decision is going to walt th*1 last minute developments on th* week en- i Seventeenth j disappeared a n d and Mississippi with the car. According to county officers, who are investigating the whole convention scorn- hero t'his ! affair- th** 1!lir"l a taxicab development* particularly I belonging to the Sloan Taxi com- Simultaneously with the presidents pronounciamento today it I was learned in authoritative I quarters that the proposals suggested already had been approval fully by Secretaries Stimson, Hurley and Adams, by th** chief of staff of the army and the rill t f of naval operations, and by the entir** American delegation at Geneva. Mr. Hoover’s broad and drastic plan was placed before th*1 Geneva conference today, almost simultaneous with his reading of it to a group of hardly a dozen newspaper correspondents assembled in his privat#* office. inary maneuvers of the battle for the presidential nomination. Alfred E, Smith, a leader of the fight against Franklin p. Roosevelt, demanded repeal prohibition and Immediate vision of th*1 Volstead act. ll*1 was his own favorite for the presidential nomination anti expected to join in the fight to make Joliett Shouse, chairman of the democratic executive committee, permanent chairman of the convention. On this fight will come the first t* st of the strength of the Roosevelt forces. They are sup- of Hoover praises interrupted. but that was In an extraordinary manner. Dr. Joseph I. France of Maryland, the only man beside the president to be placed in nomination, tried to address the convention, saying he wanted to nominate Calvin Coolidge, Not a delegate, he was, refuse* recognition by Chairman Snell. and finally escorted from tho platform by police and convention officials. Then th*1 Hoover seconding speeches went on steadily. Snell said h*‘ would hob! th*1 conven or Mon Hoover States Principles with Charley M us grave?, I in the New' York delegation. ; ’*any. John Curry, Tammany chmf- J driver.    ,    , .    .    ,    . tain, arrives Wednesday. Edward* Ibex foioml him to < r w J Cl vim. New York secretary of j southeast of Ada and about a state, accompanied Farley here1 mile south of I mon \ alley, tied Ding that Oren’s hair do interrupted to you want ii I* po t o them ira,’' Th* the nun hut to th ing a chorus of **Amar-1 blowing in n leaders pleaded wit ii to return, not home, cir billets for the night, I t campaign plans year*," Bota “It is r! was overwh »»f th#* Filth' “lf th* voice wa* h t ion I It* ti 1 h for repeal amendment. “Then w! i added. ar the convention lining!) for repeal «*• nth amendment Republican party’s a * >1 to that convento publican party D of the Eighteenth did they not de clare ll w ho for naked r Is just to voted for rpeal? say that those the plank as for sheer polit! this for out- adopted did so cat expediency. “It was de# flied unwise In ca un** Un to declare openly repeal." said Borah, long an spoken prohibitionist. “It is not thought sufficient 1> wise a- a party maneuver to call for taking th* Eighteenth amendment out of the constitution. “Just as soon as the campaign U oler and the reason for plac tag it in the platform has disappeared. the party, in my judging nt, will stand unalterable » r*Veal of the Eighteenth amendment. “The proposition of rep# the Eighteenth amendment is mistakenly incorporated in platform," Borah reiterat'd. having flirt bet fur tit#* morrow'. F ill realization of th** extent of Heir defeat apparently had not sunk 4a as th#* nu n yielded I to persuasion and trudg**d off, a I f#*w at a tittie, \dditiottal thou-i sands who r* main* d in th** acronal catlins w# ut, to b« *1 h*-*li#") lug the final vote was still to come. Th#* v# ter ans (tad start**#! as-i s«*mhltng even before th* senate came to work in th** morning < jand their numbers swelled steadily. It was an anxious tim*1 for police, hut members of congress land leaders of* the bonus army : kept up a steady serb s of talks I for order. ent**rtain« rs led the j men in song. and all was peace- I In t v * veiling the police blocked roads hading Into the city from th* outlying camps. keeping s* veral thousands more ,from reaching the capitol. They raised a bridge span across th** Nnacostia river to keep several ; hundred men out. while other bridges w**re block'd by patrol cars. causing terrine traltm I tangles. it was a breeze. Ut. r reloading his gun Bradshaw walked over and found the bov wounded in th** tuck amt face and with his sight gone. ll was rushed to the Breco hospital and -hen such Dentin, ! f a*- was possible, and this morning was reported to have a good chance of recovery. BELEGftTES DOLO FIR yesterday. He is a Bronx leader where there are several N< w A ork delegation votes. Reports *)f a conference between Gov. Roosevelt and Curry prior to th** announcement of selection of John Mack of Poughkeepsie, as tin-' man to place the governor in j nomination added significance to! ’♦he speculation here over New j York. Today. Roosevelt has 5 6    ( pledged and claimed votes. Indiana’s 30 will he picked late in! the day or tomorrow. A majority of the convention is 578 and two- i I thirds is 770. Mark to \#»niinate Koo»*evelt j The whirl of preconvention activity lias brought decisions on many routine affairs. For Rouse ! veil, it was announced that Ar J thus F. Mullen. Nebraska’s hard j fi rated national committeeman, would he the floor manager anti Mack the nominating speaker. Mack placed Roosevelt in nomination 22 years ago for his first public office—state senator. For Governor Ritchie, of Maryland. It was announced by his mni rn sum*.    cun)paign    manager.    Robert B. ro sp favoring sub-    0f    Baltimore,    that Senator Tydings, of Maryland would place th- governor in nomination and tim; Richard F. Cleveland, of Bal timore, son of the former pr**si-, store cl* nt. would make a secondin his hands to a tree in a pasture, using his shirt and belt. While he was working loos-*, the pair returned to Ada in til*1 car. a Plymouth, took $17 from the filling station attendant and left. Musgraves was found by officers following the trail of the hijackers, having managed to release himself and reach the highway. No trac-- had been found today of the hijackers or the automobile which they took from Musgraves. The principles enunciated by the chief executive for slicing the world s armaments by 33 per cent were read by him as follows: “First:    The Kellogg-Briand pact, to which w** are all signatories, can only mean that the nations of the world havt‘ agreed will use their arms defense. This reduction should out not only by broad in armaments but the comparative that they solely for “Second; be carritvl general cuts bv increasing porting Senator Walsh tana for the post. Senator Hull of Tennessee prominently mentioned for chair man of the resolutions commit tee, said the concensus of wets and drys in the party favored submitting to the states the I question of retention or repeal of the eighteenth amendment. Hull is dry and a Roosevelt supporter. He declared, however, prohi-tion was subordinate to the economic issue. “I am not minimizing prohibition," said this supporter of Roosevelt, “but it is a damnable outrage that this subject is paramount to tint economic crisis. The people ought to rise up and kick all the politicians into Lake Michigan if they don’t meet the economic issue." Economy by “ruthless retrenchment" in federal, st#ite and local government was advocated by Hull, together with a straight declaration for reduction of tariff. _ I tion in session until It finally completed its work late today. Ii.) byron puk e (Annodated l're»» Stat! Witter) CHICAGO STADIUM, June 16, t.P» Its prohibition dispute statued at last in favor of a submission plank, th*- republican convention turned its final session today into a noisy devrtcMi-stration of loyalty to Pre*HR4it Hoover. Assembling beavy-eved and with lagging step after th** wight meeting, which had k«*pt the sU sling words of the prohibition debate flying until aft#*r I o’clock the delegates soon picked up With usiasnt under th#1 urge of tnuaic and exhortation, as th*1 conv* JI* tion proceeded swiftly to a Hoover renomination. Under the leadership of California, which had brought the paraphernalia for a big demonstration along with it, the convention shout-*! anti applaud**.!. power of defens** through decreases in the power of the attack. JOE GUEST HELO SETER KILLING “Third: The armaments world have grown iii* in mutual relation to each 'And speaking generally, of the general ot lur. such preserved in NEW POSTSGE RSIE EFFECTIVE JULI 0 OKLAHOM \ CITY, June 18. O’    Xii attitude of allegiance to i .    *r» bidential hopes of Gover nor Murray is revealed in a poll of 27 o? the 48 Oklahoma deletes to the D#Miiocratic na-i onal convention, the Oklahoma t it\ Times sax- today, along with delimit -.-ntinunt of some members of th* _ mission of the prohibition ques- , tion. Most of those polled said they wer#1 for Murray “all the way" and had no eond choice. Former Governor Charles N. Haskell, one of the delegltes-at-jlarg* -aid he favored "genuine prohibition as always heretofore. I before federal usurpation. It is properly local state self-government.” The poll indicated that about lo delegate* will not attend convention. One, Senator Elmer I 11    i    responding noisily to the deair#* 1    j    of the barters that the gather ing give to the country a visible Senator Huey P. Long or    evidence of    solidarity    after the Louisiana produced a    plank    wrangling of previous    days, which Ii*1 said as a memtmr oft It was 11:43 a. rn. when the the resolutions committee he b*1- convention was called to otd#*i lieved    tho    democrats    would    in-    by the chairman, Congressman sert    in    their    platform.    It    said:    Bertrand Snell of New Yo*k. At “The democratic party    favors    the chairs    request    everybody submitting to the people    of the    stood and    sang a    stanza of United States in arrogance with J "America al of th* **    Thomas, said he would    return tof Postmaster    Lewis    state*    the state as soon as congress ad-#__ th.* postoffice    is being Hooded    .>urng tQ Avance his    campaign livity. wf.h r-itl, inquiring    .bout    when i f„r r(.nomina,lon_ relativity should b# making reductions. "Fourth: The reductions must he real and positive. They must first **ffect economic relief. CHICKASHA, June 22.—CPL—;    "Fifth: There ar*1 three prob- Joe Guest, Rush Springs store-    lems to    deal    with    land forces. I keeper, was rushed to Oklahoma air forces, and naval forces. City for safekeeping today follow- They are all Inter-connected. No ing th© fatal stabbing late last part of the proposals which I night, on a Rush Springs street, make can de disassociated one of P. P. Worsham, 57, a former from the oth**r.” deputy sheriff.    *    The    pr#*sid#*nt    paused signifi- j Officers said    Worsham    was    can ti y aft^r enunciating    this part stabbed while talking to Dan    WU-    of his statement, and    then «d- ! Ramson, tow n    constable,    who    ded: earlier had admonished Guest    “Bas#*d on    these principb-s, I land a woman in the merchant’s    propose    that    the    arms of thd Williamson said Guest world should be reduced by came up to the couple, point'd i nearly one-third.” speech. Howard Bruce, national ( fjnirer af Worsham, cursed committeeman of Maryland, will an(j then struck at him. A    ____________ be the floor manager.    i seconds later Worsham collapsed, ital today, that Mr. Hoover has stabbed in the neck. He died    no idea    that    the    United States soon afterward.    should act alone upon    the prin- Invest!gator*    thought    Guest    eipies ho proposed, but    would do ____ hav.- blamed Worsham for so only if the other major pow- Serator Tom Connally. of T» xas, causing the constable to enter his tho already has been named as the, gtore previously. He told Bryan man to nominate the speaker, Hammon, another officer, that Meanwhile, headquarters are, Wortham Article 5 of th*1 constitution of Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserm.in th** United States, tion for repeal of amendment, so that described in the pro positive I nth by such pro-the constitu- hi*n it was learned from highly few authoritative sourc**s in the cap- i William G. McAdoo, a leader of Hie advocates of Speaker Garner is due here tomorrow or Wednes- j dav to join in an active campaign. I mi^ht of St. Louis, Mo., delivered th** opening prayer. TI*1 prayed that America “with faith in humanity and with Idealism in our souls.” tion of the United    States,    tin* might carry on th**    heritage    of people have opportunity as they th*1 ages. desire! to settle the    question.” j    Then followed a    ro!l call    of James A. Farley, spokesman th** states for the official autor Governor Roosevelt, offer**! nouncement of the new members no comment at ills subsequent of the republican national compress conference about the Smith mltttee. declarations.    s« °tt Nominate*    Hoover Headquarters were    opened    dur-j    Snell rut a corner    by not    fir ing the dav for another prest- dering the call of th*- roll f#»i (initial candidate— former Sena- nominations for president, ii** tor James A. Reed of Missouri, merely announced that rf,*, time Coincidentally, the Byrd and for receiving nominations had Garner headquarters swung act- arrived, ami recognized Joseph L. ively into the campaign.    Scott of I^)s Angeles, picked Colon#*! H#*nry Breckenridge, weeks ago to mak*' the nominal* th new th -Cent rate on Bass mail lakes effect, many be-The Eighteenth amendment, j iRK uncertain about the time. he pointed out. forbid* tranapor- For the benefit of a1! he slates taiion and sale of liquor. This.‘that the new rate will not become he aa id, is th* heart of amendment,. The heart of platform declaration, on other hand, he argued, is nutting transportation and of liquor. The amendment, he added, provides a national policy by w hich all stat* s are hound while the plank "permits 48 different ay alenu* in the United States.’ “So there is absolutely nothing left of the Eighteenth amendment," he asserted. Roosevelt has named two lavr-yean to advise him on the Jimmy Walker case. One for each side, we suppose. the I effective until July 6. Only letter the! maB ;iffarted, posies d- and the I other clares remaining at the per-! present level. !*ale    a FON FEDER XTE VETS AUE MEETING IN IIBTIMOND RICHMOND. Va.. June 20. <V A* a hand plaved Dixie and veterans gave the shrill rebel yell, the star* and bars was raised on Virginia’s capital today as th** opening event of the tort;* second annual reunion of United Confederate veterans. The exercises were attended by General C. A. Desauwure, commander-in-chief of the veterans, who arrived today from Memphis. BODI OF PELE MIERS f ers should accept them. Affect*. America lip* Little i As analyzed here, the presi- --------  .    had    been “giving* him dent s proposals w'ouid have I#* t taking on plenty of color and ac-, trouble." After Guest w*as placed f-ff^ct upon the American army *!< ity.    i    unde** arrest, officers said, a an(j navv than    thoso of Euro Hearings before the resolutions n..wly sharpened knife was taken committee are planning for Thurs- fr0fC hjm Charges had not been filed this morning, pending an investigation. KONAWA. June 22.—UU*—Toe bod., of Peter Myers. 82, was found near his borne about thre*1 miles south of bere on the Oklahoma City. A la & \toka railway di.y. On Friday the national committee will go into session. The resolutions committee will f-anie the platform. Farley said: ,“I dc not believe the democratic convention will pussyfoot on pro-i hibition." Harris Quits* Senate Race OKLAHOMA CITY. June 20 ((P —Moses E. Harris announced W1 . LOGAN COUNTY FITS TA A A BI .E V A I.C ATIONS GUTHRIE. June 22—*UfWThe    lea Logan county excise equaliiation, - board, meeting as en equalization bodv was on r#*cord today adoption of a resolution navy pean powders. Figures are aval I-abl#’ here to show that American army has been demoboliX4*df below the police component given Germany and the other stat'B following the war. which Mr. Hoover would use as a yardstick for measuring the size of all on** of th** three Virginians in charge *>f th** headquarters of th*- former governor of the Old Dominion, said Byrd would sup-( port Shoo se for permanent chair-?ing kleig*. man of the convention,    dark    gray. ing speeeii for President Hoover. Th** convention gave s**ott a hand as he appeared at the edge of the platform under the blind-He just was dressed in a shade darker Walter L. Barlow, one of tho than his iron gray', hair. He fit-leaders of the California drive,ted a pair of spectacles under hi* for Garner, said the wet and dry bushy dark eyebrows, adjusted question had be*n injected into his manuscript on the speakers the primaries in that state by stand, and began to read in a Smith supporters and those of #big voice that carried out to the the speaker and of Governor far corners. Roosevelt had not taken part | He was applaud* *! time after jn jt    slime    as    he proceeded* but the William C. Walsh, director of really big demonstration was re-the Ritchie-for-president commit-j served for the **nd of the speech. California, with a front seat tee of Maryland, also arrived to open quarters for the Maryland governor. tracks last night. His skull was today he had discontinued his crushed.    !    campaign    for    the    democratic    nom* Officials said he had been dead, batton for the United States sen-about 30 minutes when found. {ate and would support R. M. M/- No trains had parsed within th it time. Bi!! Cavett and his son were arrested and held In the city jail pending an investigation. Greatest results for the amount invested—News Classified Ada placing a blanket reduction of 25 per cent on the valuation of real 'state, improvements and farm lands for 1932. The reduction becomes effective when the budgets for next A Pennsylvania woman gain- fiscal year beginning July I are ed    22    pounds    while    serving    a    completed. The reduction will sit    months*    Jail    sentence.    OurTorce stringent curtailments in prisons are getting inhuman expenses of all America’s bombing planes. tanks and chemical warfare, of course, would fall under the proposed ban. McAdoo For Senate Cool. again, it seems. (school departments. LOS ANGELES, Jun.? 20 — « P* William Gibbs McAdoo, former secretary of the treasury in the Wilson administration today flied for United .States senator in the democratic primary. The seat is county, city and, h#dd by Senator Samuel Short j bridge. Counterfeit Money COLBY, Kan., Eli Mace. Canon Jack Standish. Oklahoma City, were held    today for federal authorities who planned to question them concerning their passing    of    alleg'd counterfeit money. just to the left of the chairman, set it off. When Scott concluded with an oratorical flourish, saving the name of Hoover, after i    •*>    /    custom, until th** last, his fellow fMtv For ”~and 'Californians came to their feet City. col., ana ,n>untljr Most of the delegates over th#* whole convention floor joined In the parade which circled the vast enclosure, shouting while a Und and the thunder-throated Rip* organ alternated with the music, Mary Garden la going to make starting with “California, Here I her comeback July 4. Just prov- Come." ing that ah** still believe# in fire-1 Every state standard was in woritS    I    Continued on Page 8, No. 5 ;

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