Ada Weekly News, June 23, 1932

Ada Weekly News

June 23, 1932

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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma NEW VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1932 LONE ROBBER HOLDS Flays Party Platform ns "Po- litical Expediency' in Senate Speech. PLATFORM "IN'MIPTE Idahoan S n y s Convention Strongly for Repeat of i Amendment. of R. J. Cowger of Byars Sunday Night. CLEAR MAJORITY FOR ROOSEVELT SI'Ll'HI-It. June young iiinn PassinR Truck Shears Off Arm rlea robbed the I Ir.-t National _ _ Ilnnk here of Ibis morning mid escaped. aunoay C. K. Collins, cashier, and New- i ton Itlce, hookeeper. described robber as about 2-1 years idd (and of slight stature. Immediately took up the i phase of the who fled In jd green Iliiiirki coupe, southward on state highway IK. WASHINGTON. June Senator a powerful sup- porter of President Hoover In the campaign, announced In the senate today he will not support the president for re-election on tin- platform adopted nl the Chl- raco convention. Bill USES compan- on Hlsh- to llyars their car Decision of New York Delega tion Center of Interest Today. GnTHERIJTCHlCftGO Friends of Other Candidates Preparing for Final Effort. DIG NUMBER 13 FoonvoF jnur Wintersmith Park to Be Scene Of Picnic. Political Speaking Aila will go In NEW WEIL mm Suggests General Cut of One- for the Fourth of July In n big way this year, with a huge political rally at the city lake In Wlntersmlth park and with the fine facilities for tho entertainment of outlns groups. There will be fishing, boating, swimming, ample space for pic- nicking parties In the beautiful setting of hills, woods and water. Committees are now at work making plans to handle the huge _ crowd expected for the political President WASHINGTON'. June llueiiliig nn nttack on Ihe Repub- lican prohibition Sem.tor llorah (U.. Idaho) told the sen- nle today It was uiloptod for( "political expediency" and that the convention wan overwhelm-1 Inglv for repeal of th wise as i. party maneuver to cull fur taking the I'.lKhteonth amond- melil mil of the constitution. "Just as soon the campaign oVer and the reason for plac- ing ll In Hi" platform has dis- appeared, the party. In my Judg- ment, will stand unalleraniy i n'.ioal of Iho KlKhleonlh amend- ment. "The proposition of repeal til the Klghteenth amendment Is inlstakably Incorporated In the platform." llorah rellerated. The nmendmont. hit polnlrd oul. forbids trnnspor- tatlon and sale ol lluuor. Th s. ho said. Is the heart of t be amendment The heart of th" platform declaration, on tne other hand, ho argued, pof" milling transportation MIC of liquor. The amendmont, he odden. provides a nailonnl policy all stales bound whllP the plank "pormlls 48 different Bystems In the United States. "So thero Is absolutely nolli- Ing li-fl of the Klghtei-nth amend- ment." he assorted._______ Roosevelt has named two law- years to odvlso him on tho Jim- my Walker case. Oni- for each wo suppose. t lie 1......... them singing a chorus or li'ii Then leaders pleaded with the men to return, not homi hut lo their billets for Hit- leaving further campaign nlowlng In a breeze. tvelt and Curry prior to the nn- f "r reloading bis gun Hnul- of selection of John shaw wa Iced OV.T and found the Mack of I'oughkeepsie. as tin- s (he nock mid man to place tin- governor I" sight yielded otf. a for the morrow. Kull realization of the of llnMr di'feat apparent! not sunk -In us the men to porminslon and trudged few at a time. Additional Ihou- who remained In the sev- eral camps went to bed bolli-vln the final vote was still to com The veterans nail started as- sembling oven before the M-nate came to work In the morning and their numbers swelled stoatl- llv It nn anxious time for police, but of congress and leaders of the bonus army kept up a steady series of talk; for order, entertainers led tin men In cong, and all was peace- ful. In t i They forced him to drlv southeast of Ada and about a mile pouth of Union Valley, Hod his hands to a tree In a pasture, using bis shirt and bolt. While lie was working loos'-, the pair returned to Ada In HID car, a I'lymouth, took from the flllins station attendant and was found by offl- followlng the trail of the The principles enunciated by "the chief executive for slicing 1 the world's armaments by 33 per cent wore read by him as fol- i "First: The Keliogg-Ilrland Ipact. to which wo are all signa- tories, can only moan that the of the world have agreed that tln-y will use their arms solely for defense. "Second: This reduction should be carrlivl out not only by broad general cuts In armaments but the cotivuntlon. On this fight will come the. first test of Hit) strength of the Roosevelt forces. They nro sup- porting Senator WalHh of Mon- tana for the post. Senator Hull of Tennessee, prominently for chair- man of Ihe resolutions commit- tee, said thi) of wots mid In tho. party favored submitting lo thn slates the question of retention or repeal of the tJghteeiith amendment. Hull Is dry mid a Rtiosevwlt supporter. He declared, however, prohl- tlon subordinate to tho economic Issue. "I am nol minimizing prohibi- tion." wild this supporter of Roosevelt, "but It Is a dmnimbli outrage that subject Is para- mount to tln As a bWld played Dixie and vet- erans gave thn shrill rebel yell, the and bars was raised on Virginia's capital today the opening event of the fort7- second annual reunion of United Confederate veterans. The exercises were attended by General C. A. Desaussure. com- mander-ln-chlet of Ihe veterans who arrived today from Mum- phis. real and positive. They must _____ (first of Tod economic relief. June "Fifth: There are throe prob- Joe GuoVt. Hush Springs store-Moms to deal wlth-laml forces. nominating speaker, n.-epor. was rushed to Oklahoma air forces. anfl Mack placed Roosevelt In noml- city for safekeeping today follow- They lire .atlon 22 ago for his flrstl fatal stabbing late part of the pro senator. night, on a Rush Springs street, make can de disassociated one of P. P. Worsham. 57, a formcr.from the other. denulv sheriff The president paused slgnlfl- Of cor. said Worsham was cantly after enunciating this par stabbed while talking to Dan WII-'of bis statement, and then tul llamson. lown constable, who'dod: governor In nomination and i earlier had admonished "llased on these Most of those polled said F. Cleveland, of Ha'1 were for Murray "all tho way Senator Huoy P. Long of IxiiilKlana produced a plank which In; said as a member of the resolutions committee, he hi llevod thn democrats would In- sert In their platform. U "The democratic party submitting to the people of the United In accordance with Article 5 of the coiiNtllullon of Ihe States, the proposi- tion for repeal of HIM IKth .in tlmt by such pro- j lly 1IVKON 1MIICK I'ttt. CHICAGO STADIUM. Juno U. prohibition dlsputo sot- tleil at last In favor of a sUli- mlsslon plunk, the repuhllcun convention turned final slon today Into a noisy ilelHWi- slrallon of loyalty lo I'rt-sldVht Hoover. Assembling heavy-eyed with laKKlnK if tor meollng. which had kept tllng of tho prohibition deliatn flying until after 1 o'clnfk DID soon picked uu en- under tho urge of and Hxhortullon, an tho conven- tion proceodetl Hwlftly lo a Ofyt- renomlnatlon. Under tho leadership of Cali- fornia, which had brought ,tbo paraphernalia for a big dempji- stratlon along with ll, thu cpii- vonllon Hhoutitl and applauded, responding noisily to HIH deslrn of the leaders that Iho gather- ing give to tho country a vlslblu evldunce of solidarity after tho wrangling of previous It wan a. in. when thn convention called to order by the chairman, Congressman Ilerlrand Snell of New York. At tint chair's request everybody stood and sung a ntanxa of "America." Rabbi Ferdinand M. Issertnan of St. Louis. Mo., delivered 111" opening prayer, llu prayed that announced by Robert II. I of" tho ut enl of some mem- manager, favoring suu- j itnlilmore. that Senator prohibition of Maryland woulil placi a woman In th am a w jtlmori-. son of the former presl- j more. Williamson said O u J.ltnt. would make a seconding canln up to thn couple, point' d a nearly N- wrd Ilruce. national at Worsham. cu arms of reduced that the. should h ...___ one-third." Worsham'. cursed hlmi It 'was learned from li struck at him. A few authoritative sources In the by Howard Ilruce. national of Maryland, will ates-il- .C1, lUteeman genuine floor mas sani no wuum stale as soon as congress on of color and ac- with faith In humanity cesses described In the and with Idealism In our tlon of the United heritage of to s'ottle the question i Then followed a roll call of James A. Farley, spokesman th- for the official an- for Governor Roosevelt, offered i nounccment of thn no comment at his subsequent'of lln> republican press-conference about tho Smith mlttlee. wore Ing Iho day for unolher .derlng the call of the dentlal Sena- for tor James A. Reed of Missouri, merely announced that tho Ilyrd and for recehlng act- arrived, mid n (Scott of Virginians In speech for I-resldent Hoover. of I The convention savn -Scott a Garner hea >1y Into t Colonel one of the, of swung or- had Joseph I.. BOD! IF PETE NIIEfiS NEAR mm H Joiirns to advance 'or renomlnatlon. ss vs, KOSAWA. June body of Peter Myers. S2. was found near his home about threfl miles south of here on the OKia- homa City. Ada t Atoka railway tracks last night. His skull was crushed. Officials said he had been dead about 30 when foun-J. No trains had passed within thu nil! Cavolt and his son were arrested and hfld In the city jail pending an Investigation. Greatest results for the amount distilled Ads. Hearings before the committee are planning for Thurs- On Friday the national com- mittee will go Into session. The resolutions committee will '-ame the platform. Farley said: -I do not believe the democratic 'convention will pussyfoot on pro- troubie'.'" After Out-st was upon the American under arrest, officers said, a and navy than thosu of sharpened knife was taken powers. are avan- rom him. lablo to show that American Charzes had not been has been demobollzed oe- morning, pending an Invesil- )ow the police component given iion Germany and thn other following the war. which hibition." Harris SeniUe I.CKJAX roexrv errs TAXAIH.K VALUATIONS GUTHRIE. Logan county excise equalliallon aoard, meeting as an en.uallza- OKLAHOMA CITY. June E. Harris announced today he had discontinued his campaign for the democratic nom- ination for the United States sen- ate and would support H. M. Cool. A Pennsylvania woman gain cd pounds while serving a six months' Jail sentence. Our prisons are getting Inhuman again. It ieems.% gallon. Kuro- Mr. IO1IOW1IIK Hoover would use as a yardslIcK for measuring the slie of all America's bombing planes for Garner, said the wct'and dry'bushy dark iiuostlon bad be-n Injected Into inaiiuscrlpl on the STuIV. the and of Governor far had not taken part C. director of the Iiltchle-for-presldent commit- tee of Maryland, also arrived to open quarters for the Maryland governor. Roosevelt in It. William tlon with body adoption nit: r it; a an t and chemical warfare, of record today fall under the pro- placing n blanket reduction of 25 'per cent on the valuation of real estate. Improvements and farm lands for 1932. course, would fall under the pro- posed ban. The reduction becomes effect- ive when Jhe budgets for next fiscal year completed. beginning July 1 The reduction McAtloo For Sviintc LOS ANGELES. Juno IT' William GIbbs McAdoo. former secretary of the In the Wilson administration today filed force stringent ...ifor United 'states In the In democratic primary. The seat Is expenses of all _ jschool departments. m county, city and held by Senator Samuel Short [bridge Counterfeit Money COLDY, Kan., Ell Mace. Canon June 22. City. Col., and Jack Standlsh. Oklahoma City. were held today for federal authorities who planned to tlon them sing of money. concerning their pas- alleged counterfeit Mary Garden Is going to make He wan applauded tlmo after time he proceeded, but the really big demonstration was re- served for the end of HIM speech. California, with a front seat Just to the left of the chairman, set It off. When Scott concluded with an oratorical flourish, Mr- Ing the name of Hoover, after custom, until the last, his fellow Caltfornlans came to their feet Instantly. Most of the1 delegates over th-J whole convention floor Joined In the parade which circled thn rast enclosure, shouting while a end the thunder-throated organ alternated with thn music. starting with Here-I In ;