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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXX11 Convention Called to Order at Noon; Barklcy Delivers 1 Keynote Address PROHIBlMlSSflllEO Fifjhl Coming Over Rciubmis- sion or Recommendation For Repeal ity MYiiiiN TMMCI; (A.-.I.U'I HUH Wrlltrl CIIICAtiO STAUII'M, Juno it- Choerlni; "ml ilcmonslrallm: IIH HM onilors lambasted the re UeaiiH mill asked lor prohll.l lion rep-iil. I hi- democratic. na ll'iniil conviMillnn bomin loday with ii i-imloii peaceful tho surface hut eiiclrrlcd with ROOSEVELT FllTO ALI1ANY. N. Y.. June trl-moti.-red alrplnne, fuel- ed and with two crack pilots! slamlliiK by( walled at the AI-, liaiiy airport toilay lo fly I.over-1 nor to the ,ChlniKo democratic national con-, ventlon. I Tlie plane was to In- used, II f vas nnderstooil. In Ihe event the! governor received the lul nomination and decided to, iildn-xn the convention. The Kovurtio.-. asked rovardlin; Ms plans for use of the plane., nor'ly and repeated a1 previous Joke about usliu illilimrlne. The f.hlp's crulsliiK speed of II'.OO miles iin hour affords Hie N'-w York governor opiiorlnnlty to roach Chlrauo from Albany well under eluht hours. ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. JUNE 30, 1932 OPENS FIRE ON G. O. P. RECORD NUMBER 14 n Bolh Louisiana and Minnesota Contests Decided on Floor of controversy. AlVhouith" Hie lioosovelt maii- tool, temporary control ol every convention iiKonoy. II" of Ihelr support m tin- proposal to do away wllli Hie old two-thirds role l.il some of I hein lo eon- ilder abamloniin: project en- tirely, rather Hum permit Ih" IHMIO In come lo a doubtful de- cl-.lon tomorrow. on this iiuestlon proi.....iled aiiimiK knots of dolo- snH-H on the floor and behind scein-i mi the convention went iinniiuh a previously nwreed on pror.ram of prellmliinry or- ganization. The only Meincd to be a steady urnwlli of Insurgency In Itoosevelt ranks. .Me.inllmo. as one speaker after iMiolher, Ineliiillnu J. Iin l.iili. Ihe nallomil chairman, nnd Senator Albi-ti Itarkley of K'-n- lucky, iho keynoier. asked for n prolilhlllon change, It develop id Dial a floor flKhl on Ilia ilueHtlon, IIHI. was In prospect Senator Walsh of Massachusetts, nn Al Smllh supporter, said be would lake to Die convention Itself a plank cnmnilttliiK parly I.....peal, mil ilivn ly mli-slon. IliiKkob's rsiKilli-.il of n repeal submission plank was contained In a surprise Hlionch. itrucc'dlnt llml of Ihe keynoter. HO do- l tared Ihe lime Illld come III do .iwiiy wllh Ihe laws. Itaikley. Ions: liiaile almost Hie ihillon In lh ill controversies under a -ernilnuU universal ni'Ke lo have one com eiiHou day. at flee from strife. llpolilllK CHIC A U O. Juno 27. Striking a ko> until of temporary hariiioiiy while they girded for the strife in come, the Demo- cratic national convention assem- bled today In Iho stadium with the fiisl-spurrlim llonsovolt lo- hi.ldlni; the whti> hand against a "till dospemtely resist- ing oppiflllon. lloonevell moll swnrllled the pliilfnrm. lakltiK over temporary urbanization, rlalmlm; a wide inn- Jorlly on every commltlee, and fortifying themselves, on every side against the desperate on- slaught they must face when the bis quadrennial show rmlly cots down to business, probably lo- morrow. Outwardly, the convention look no note of Its promised trou- bles, however much they wore In Iho hidden IhnttKhls of deleuat.-s nml loaders. According lo custom. only Iho cut and dried fnrmull- tles were on tho calendar for opening day. Their hlsh spot was the keynoli' speech by Senator Albeti Itarkley. the bin-framed, tile-voiced Keitlucklnn chos.'ii temporary chairman. A elirorlns convonllnn thoroughly agreed In support of his Jibes at the Ho- publicans, welcomed him In what lonkod for thu moment like .1 love feast. llul out across tho xpreadlu" floor of the mime hall In which the Uepubllcans but 10 days ago fought out thi'lr difficulties and renotulnnted Hoo- ver nml were plen- ty of signs of the approaching Almost solemn despite the llll- IIIK cfforls ot Ihn stadium pip" orcanlil and a bery of bands, leaders Rathercd In knots to put Ihelr heads together and whis- per of war and rumors of war. Nearly every dMesallon was be-badced for Us candidate, and the lotal of nearly n dnieti asplr- Contlnuetl on M, No. O A. A. Lucas of Solomon and S. Lowe of Vaiiosi and W. W. Price or Hofr, was appointed to Investigate sov- etnl tracts of html which has.- been stu-i'stod and In recom- mend lo tin- county fair board the proposition which they con- sider the most suitable from all nniMos. Tho committee Is to report NIHIII to Ihelr fair board. the run of the tide appeared rath- er Impressive, too. toward the f elect ion of Senator Walsh over Jonetl ShotiNo. of Kansas, the choice of the opposition. The roll call on Ihe Louisiana contort devolor.od several angry arguments, particularly In Ihe del- egations from Iowa and the Dis- itrlct of Ciilumbln. When IVniisyl- jvanl.-i Iliiiilly tipped tho balancing scales wllh tho needed votes Sen- liitor LOIIK Jumped to his feet on I hiti chair and waved the Louisiana I state standard'hlKh at the center 'of a near-riotous celebration. "This Is a ISoosnvelt said Lone, "this menus Walsh's elect- iind Koosovolt's nomination. i DcmandH Speedy Dry Repeal i And Modification of Vol- Ada. Carl cot nl least Full Committee Adopts Repeal j Plank by Majority of j Two to One Jum stead Act iM llamlell Wells. 'J2. was Mllod Instantly and Wilson Oliver, received Injuries which proved fatal when an automohllo In which they were rldliiK rrashed on a turn Just mmtli of Konawa S.'irlav ahont I o'clock, neck was hroken. Herhetl Williams, wild 'a iiuve heen the driver of Ihe car. today was reported sufferlne ff'.mi Injur- ies the extent of hail heen fully delcrmlned. l-'iineriil services annoiltireil liy Crlswell l-'uneial llntuis are as fol- l-'iir Itandell WellK. nl the lionn'. 1000 West Main. afler- at for Wilson Oliver, ill the chnpi'l of (he fun- eral home al clock .Monday afternonn. Wells, a nf Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Wells, was horn In I'ranU- lin. Ark. Survlvln relatives uri; his parents. Ills widow, a small four sisters and a lini- Iher. The sisters aro Mrs. .lenu s- sle Thompson. Ada and Juanlla Wells, of Ada. and Mis. Kllon llen- nllleld of OklalioiiM City. The hrother IH Itohert Wi-lln, Ada. Wilson Oliver dl.-d Mimilay nliiK at o'cloi'lt In a local hospital, to which he Had In en niched from the sc-Mie of the aicl- denl for treatmen'.. vertirhrni' In Hie W'ls Blvti as the causi; of his il-alli. Ills parents, lone residents of rontotor county, are Mr. and Mrs. C. Ollvor, living south of Ada. lli> Is survived hy four Misters and live brothers. The sisters are Mrs. Mary Curley. Mrs. Xemma Curley and Mrs. Clyde Stringer, Ada, and Mrs. Clandle Covey, OKLAHOMA CITY. Jimo for Lew Wontz. (muted by Ciovcrnor Mtirrny from tlm lilKhwny commission, worn tiroparod toilay to (Ilo a motion to advance dupromo court HtlKii- tloti over the commission post ns soon as briefs hnvo -boon flhvl stippnrtlnK claim nf Maudo O. Thomns, appointed by Bovernor to succeed the oil man. Miss Thomas lias 30 days to file hor brlofs. The Wontz briefs, filed yesterday, nrguoi! Hint tin' constitution should lie amended If tlm removal order In upheld Ills attorneys urKo.il nn early ilo-J clslon, asklnc the court either to. Instruct the dlslrlc.l courl to re-' Instate Wenlz or to Issue an order directly reinstating him. HELD BnpLTERS Army and Navy Make Surprise Conferees Near Agreement on Unemployment Relief Bill WASHINGTON. Juno The somite, today m-lll tin' nt tlm ton uiinual supply bills Ihi! While HOIIHC. approving wllhoiil
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