Ada Weekly News, July 7, 1932

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July 07, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - July 7, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII APA, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JULY 7,1932 NUMBER 15 NOMINATED FOR PRESIDENT Roosevelt Wins on Fourth Battle When California and Texas Switch. Gin BT ICOHMTNM All Factions Unite to Give Texan Nomination for Second Place. CHICAGO STADU M, July 2. i,|'» To K® forth th batt I** bo* Rid** Gov* rrior F rank I iii Ii. Rooie*-vt |L against I Ii * repabtlean ticket, S}»*'Mker John N. Garner t today wan nominated for th* vl'« ■ presidency by the twilit uour ar* j cia mat iou of the Democratic convention. presidential Bomi- lls say from ai rs 11 it a ie While the ti*** win god nany lo add) a SM*til blase, ruste d to Garner. Even the knot of Smith shtetl held out to til against the New Yoric governor last night, Joined to make the M-eond-place choice ananlniotis. Th e Tam many delegation Itself, through the voice of It* leader— John F. Curry accept Roosevelt's choice for a running mate, although it opposed the governor ti I tim** lf on lard ii I k t J t s decisive ballot. Alfred E. Smith was not) Franklin among then, however, baliti g night bvt! left for home in th** afternoon candida!* I Htlil refuging to say whether ii**; Iona! «■!* * t How Pontotoc County Voted STUTE ELECTION FOR VICE PRESIDENT I Unofficial vote totals cast in I Pontotoc county Tuesday in the first primary election on candidates for township, county, state and national offices are given below.    | These figures were taken as read directly from official rectums of each precinct in the orifice of the county election board and. while not final, are believed to be an accurate report of the ballots cast. Tile News expects tomorrow to publish a precinct tabulation of .all county races and til* more j important rac»*s for stat** offices. Delay in getting returns In to the county election board held up compilation-of the final, oflicial tabulation. Creeks went out of their hanks as th** result or last night’s heavy rains, and some or the dirt roads of the more remote precincts suffered from j heavy downpour of rain to make it impossible for some of the i officials to get their box* s in until W* ll into Wednesday morn- MIXED RESULTS Runoffs in Most State Contests Indicated by Incomplete Returns WRS. BISSETT LUBS Thomas Leads For Senate; All Congressmen, Except Hastings, Safe OKLAHOM A CITY, July 6—LF) { — W. W. Hastings, for nearly two decades democratic representative from Hi** Second Oklahoma district, gripped a slim 673 vote lead j for renomination today over Alex Johnston, Okmulgee oil man. as tabulation of yesterday s primary vote neared completion. A run-off July 26 Seemed inevitable because of the vote polled by NI. M. Alexander, a third can- 1 inS*    i I The unofficial totals, cast byjdldate. Pontotoc county are as follows: • Hastings, the east-sid* I (HATY AM) TOWNSHIP representative except (Vunity Judge v**it. Friday Thompson - ---------- County Attorney j Wimbish  ------------ 'Harrison _------------ Stanfield _------------ Sheriff Phillips .------------- Franklin  ------------ Kaiser _-------------- Miers _ --------------- -Hey of til** In tin _ would back the ticket fall. His lips curling slightly, his word on boarding the train was “I have nothing at all to my.** Not a single “no” broke the at I litten* that had fallen ox* r the thousands in the stadium when Senator Tom Connally, a fellow Texan, asked lf there wa an; opposition to Garner. Hut wit* n In* called for tho*** In favor to speak, a thundering roar of “a>e” had mad** tie* rafters ring. \jmA by the Jubilant hand of Ga; Herpes vi ho had come here Iii fittest of the ticket-topping nomination for the doughty south* westerner, a aernl-flnal parade of shouting and shoving delegates welcomed tin settlement of their problem*. Many held to their places on the floor, however, a* though to rest for the climatic windup to come when the governor of New* York finally arrived. All wa* net for a turbulent welcome when he took the Sp* aker*® stand to make HH formal acceptance of th** nomination honor, and *o enunciate his Intentions for t months of campaigning ah* ad. When Senator Walsh of Montana ordered the    cal! of t ie stat s. Alabama yielded to Texas Up stepped I* eprescotat I x Rayburn Garner’s    mans governor of N* w York, nominated timer, tic conv* ntion in Chicago as the parly’s    "    _    _____ I nit*-*! States in the coming nut- I mocker "III___________ C< iii rf Clerk -.............—    ’    .    Hobbit!    _------------- j Redford _ ------------ Summers _ ----------- Treasurer OF MEE VICTORY TO SETTLE MOST I Hopeful of Election in First Voting on Supreme ( <»urt I    Ka*    e IU*!urn* i * (iiti -on |»r‘ rind*, mil ut it*— in th** Light ills!rid fur the * let) I* (erat ic nominal ion fur Mipieiue court pix**: Hush}    I IM rn);    Tliremlgill I .ti IT; * la* k 15, ll I. Or* I •turns lr ted cont Rushy a lilac** on in voting nt bet wert J. W. ( the state court now held by flack -afternoon pointed to a * jorlty for Runny in t! of HOO !<• 1.t)o*» \<*t**s over IOn, I ballots polled bv I Jttd »• T treadmill swept S**n»itio!** countv majority, and with en Iv missing had 5.66.. -Cl iii- J ti Judge] lark f**r | supreme J ar!v this clear ma- ] Eighth dis til cl of Hard Fought Campaign Brings Many Close Results THOMPSON AND HUFF WIN All Other Contests Split Among Badly Divided and Numerous Fields j Powell _ ------------- •Grindstaff _ ---------- I Williams _ ----------- I Vaughn _ ------------ I McCoy _-------------- County Clerk Garner _ ------------- Reek _ --------------- * I Prince _-------------- Assessor I Floyd _ ______________ Whitford _ ----------- Peck - -------------- Hrady - -----------1--- ( aunty Superintendent Hyden _-------------- Huff _ _______________ Constable No. 2 J Of < (unit x district’s for one term since lh 14, has been a steadfast friend of the Indian and has a strain of Cherokee blood in his own veins. He was the last national attorney for the Cherokee nation. Johnston, popular Okmulgee civic leader, campaigned actively, telling the voters it was time for I a change. Mrs, Mabel Rassett, Gov. Mur-4-100 j rays political foe in til** stat** 4,1 house and Elmer Thomas, incum-bent, maintained their margins in 256 i the Democratic congress-at-large and senate contests, respect lively. Meanwhile Jack Walton, impeached governor, took a slight lead for corporation commissioner in a surprising comeback. Senator Thomas, a leader in the recent fight for payment of tin* soldier’s bonus. Increased his lead over his nearest opponent as additional returns w**r«* tabulated. Comer Smith, prominent Okla-1 boma City attorney went int*) sec-o nn > i end place and ll. M. McCool, ’’    • *    - *:      —    - third. out of is 6 5,-M cC ool 5,473 3,920 1.761 4,507 2,9 4 4 276 1,741 4,OSS 3,581) 1,304 1,899 1,405 1.747 2,786 SAFELY IT BERLIN Griffin and Mattern Make Quick Time in Flight Aeross Atlantic NEW SPEED RECORD Making Better Time Than Post And Gatty; To Moscow Next 11* I ltarkrs»*'h john Garner, fiery Texan, speaker of the house of representatives, nominated Saturday by the national Democratic convention for vie** president as Franklin Roosevelt** running mate in th** rilling election. How States Voted Roose- '’ 684 democratic chairman, was t I’r*I ti I Upturns from 1,295 o 13,309 precinct s gave Thoim ;2,787 and . ncr 767, Smith 4 »*6 ' ; „ r ti 1,836;    ’    ____ 591 j OKLAHOMA CITY, July 6. </F> 1,505 Oklahoma’s senior United States 722 ‘ senator, Elmer Thomas of Medl-I cine Park, today faced a run-3, 624. off contest for the Democratic 5,428 nomination iii his campaign for | re-election. Harrington ______________j Incomplete returns from yes- CYuiiinissioiier N*». I terday’s initial primary indlcat- Thomas, to w. H. H. H. Ha rf on _________ I /Oma n---------- J net ti,, com! Clark ann Rushy for a bit on** precinct a In the hunt for the presidential j nomination.    ] With the To vat* doh standing on Its chairs ami I ti g pennants currying tie lure of thoir favorite, h v<*t**s to 2,992 for Thread-111. Pontotoc co b> ad' .* ut a v* t*» Clark s 3.1 for CTark and 4V Pontotoc county w**nt polls Tuesday and cast a record Not** which went "-ll ,Mf’yon<' j j,eroy Ilushin , hmm im.til in response to a neat- _ od campaign which for weeks and j ,f llit arous..d nu- politic*J,    ^    ___________ I. v. r ol Hi. county to a hl*hjw/T Wpl)t) ______ ,,n,h    -    the    J.    D.    stewart --------- are I J. IL Pinion ---------- dies C. Roberts_______ 1,810    od    the    white-haired I ',c..... —    116'leader of legislative fights for an 222 oil tariff and payment of the sol-1 h7 dler’s bonus, would be opposed Caldwell ______    1    362    bv either Comer Smith, Okla- County Coninil-.si.mer No. -I j boma City lawyer, or R. M. Mc- 28 7 ; Cool, Democratic int' a* with o and bi d to Bus f, ,4 HU vote* Tfir*‘a*lti ill * una ulniom Jot! pl ac tain**! Represents! I \labium to It OII! I ll tit lot), T!»at was I activity by th IU oui Im‘CS Cif t boon close I ti >o,4im that tie re'SM.    IDOM it men who have iv, a number lUUt**m took his name. cons* ii Mel) if § spcuiV at iou > wa v- ’ pl— cit>» i t f**r ie *»fl **r in ow • (mw it h ti * VV * lit t Mf d * at ti w lilt ow -i las! I I * K Ciai k, report vol* Gains which swept over countv in the bit** afternoon    ^ believed to have cut down come-J Goo. R. Collins--------- wl.at t!u rush of voters who USU- ]C. W. ;i 11 v -warm into ti)** balloting Will!** places in th* final hours Nev* rib* less, most of th** \:: ti LL mil* dm wit ut' ii V » atm * w ho in ti * n In peals-bim let ut tho I O actor ie hem hi Garner has Im ; bls k no wn of Hie national the floor to s* of ha \ e I 30 collin se leaf* * *1 a cb I * — t uili tti win i peels Hi Im* so nu than I. 1,5 bt* i bv in I *g county, with J 1 ti ho ll* a id FI OIH ,v, and hard fonu Ii <' I a j k conc* *1***1 ;t tty but wit advantage ii would , I;    (I    j,    PX    '    ii* , Me i! v pf* <1 U'!* d J t awat out ic* colin at ctM th* t it a in | seven show- I'lm • Ii ai ti Cl * pi os-won Id moi *• 1.2nu to for Bus- Martin --------- Webb __________ • Charles N. Johnson----- votes W. H. Pattesoii-------- 1 (minty Commissioner No. , minty ami all precincts In Ada John Sparks ---------- i I, total count rolled high, as I). R, Davis  ---------- ow i bv iii* unofficial tally from George ram* in and from all parts of the, VV*. McKoy------ th** following account is settled in th** h* CMP ». -T* dt a) TV DD tai -vet i Jo it i N* N M. J! conv* lout in - d In r and if *n ti* . 11 t to I 0(1 I **! Ma r lint ti* it I n .id g I w bleb taken, Several races wen first primary Tuesday hut most of th*’ campaigns will have to con -finn** through the next tin*** v .us to th* second primary befop th* democratic voters »d th** ami ii t> make final s**leotion of i!t**ir si.it* tor Sox* tuber, noiuina-i ion Im in. * quivah ut I** *1* /mn Dos rock-ribbed democratic count v. ('laud* V Thompson, county re,, p. t i i\*l> defeated Aubrey ‘ a was making his I ar w a. pal \<L JUU! M Kt*rr. " attempt in Thompson cinct®, but Hire with “T! *»s 8 ""‘Fch. Jack Rrower __________ J. W. Murphy_________ Hell _  ---- Justice Peace No. I Lunsford _    ----------- Hill _ ---------------- Too mer _    ------------ Justice Peace No. 'I Evans _ -------------- Anderson _ ----------- Collins _ ------------- Haddock _------------- (Willoughby —  ------ Constable No. I Diam ukes _ ----------- haptuan _ ----------- state chairman, in the run-off primary July 26. While Thomas was supported by a vote exceeding that of Smith and McCool combined, ballots cast for foil** other candidates prevented him from getting a ; majority and made a second con-I test necessary under the state’s I run-off primary law. I Wirt Franklin, independent oil man of Ardmore and Oklahoma ',-v City, known fort his leadership of ° * , , Continued on Page is, No, I 41   *- -- - — 401 453 1,167 1.589 i 33 t t «.«•) I 46 347 9 90 518 316 614 184 1 68 8 - votes, 12 16 votes. 26 Boose- 20 Roose- Roosevelt. I 6 Koose- 36 for Roose-Roose-Hoose-Roose- 1 8 H *lH Widely Separated States Hit Hard by Unprecedented Rain Storms D I ti de i our. i<* i a political campanili. **"'     "f Weigher Hagler _ _____________ Montgomery  --------- Kerr cut s six* abb Into volt 20n 1,112 t\ *» 4 412 1,438 437 votes, 63 Smith, in oth- in;* t Wit) Lade O' It v air us'd**! rom dial ii ic lit it OU! i > i ad* tip I lie inurns -w ho nom I ti ated in a fourth-initio HU * p,** .* rn tic convention rn.** I Din***    dr.* peen the Mad! ii in ceylon by the tlL pules of the ti** tis of tint it (Mi Just pr**c«*dtnL and !iL acceptant i * ui, generals!*!p racy, the d* legates rordar.ee w*th codent % I ha ii it rom hr* ct I I* X al I 4 ll I ^ ti fOli JHI 26 Wit Truman Harrlsott, making a. vigorous lac** to succeed himself ■ Ko>* in the of liq* of county attorney, out in >p**d Robert J. W im bish j .md W V Stanfield, but failed by j 200 \ot*N to get a majority vol* > csf"t. and was forced run-off vv iih Flan field. a most 1.200 votes ahead of VV I rn- dsl ti ut I In Mild i\ * act «filch N • Mfc k I ch**ers nut Iona tie?* hit reception of th** s'ip-f Hie d**tiioc-rallb d. in ac-wiah<*«* for id it Lh it prim t i mc * * for th* ii Id JiL aration d will ». a< a*i I It! it!1 d* many Chicago mn and .paco in on th* Speaker tiartier for ' ic* ptv d* ut, and Garner s* ti* word from Waatiingt**!! he would accept So thoroughly prearranged sip ti** Garner nomination that of the delegates bad left C duriiig the night for there «** re s»uue empty the delegate section floor. Conspicuously ahaent was Alfred E. Smith, Roosevelt ** longtime friend and political ally, aud the only on* of the 1931 candidates against him who did withdraw last night When Roosevelt victory became parent. (< 4Milinned Mn Page was peri* >d to b« Reg! lug ar July 15, aero rd i n g t o J. w ell, county r« gisttar, There will be sum** w not registered for th* whose* Intr “est desire second vining trns from ■* in than Mg i "t ration f prima:/ 892 3.266 3,186 STATE AND NATIONAL I*, s. Senator McCool    _ ------------- 2,191 „ of    Smith _    -------------- 1.493 into aiThoraas    _ ------------ 2,523 who was    Hunt _-----   lb    * (Tongreseiian-at-larfrt' 1 Wolver _    — ------ —    l.°59 I Russell _ _____________ ***»^ Bassett _  ----——-—    1.145 !Darnel! _ ------------- 187 Howard    - ------------ J    2 9 I Douglass _------------ ;,**55 (imam** this morn ♦* throng . Ro; Several IU***" 4’lose Proiiahty the most spirited con-t. * of all was that between Luth-* r Franklin, running for re-elect-imu .*■; *i . . lid Cly*l* Kaiser. Hies** <| inkly left the fiehl behind    ^ Mi d -tav**d on even Cerias until McKeown _ ----------- *•*-Jh .ti ti. dos* of the count Kaiaer I Phil 11 pa _ ------------ b tl Franklin 60 votes. The run-j Aldridge _----------1.853 of: will >*'tle th identity of theiCheatham  ----------- 223 ~ .-! :•* for th* n« \t term. The]    ('on*oration (*»»niiiissi<»ner fi -heriff S race drew the heaviest I McAlester  ----------- lion aroused to a ballot in the Others are c to cast "till other> have jus residence req-uireaien moving from on** pre other. Heax v re Kl** ration comp let 5 after r*'-inct to an ent* ut the campaign in this coun- Childers tv.    I»ng _ \lr-. india Redford I* »l Bill J Shaw _ ■-tunniers, now court clerk, iii a; Walton 4 I hard battle for thht office, but A th* to th- election result * next pn*c* ding just held Is ex pertei in light **egistration fbr xoting date. P Alamogordo ►tty, 15. had not the a ii- No. I j Claude Bobbitt annexed sufficient \»>t* s t«> make a run-off between the first t*o named necessary. For hours th* five candidates for the office of county treasurer slayed bunched, with no clear advantage to any. Finally, however, Fred McCoy began to pull away and Charles Grindstaff and Tom M    lf Ralph I Vaughn staged a heated race for that golf    hall. I second. GrindatmJT this morning e would lave    been I getting a distinct h*ad to go into With en* all. a the run-off with McCoy. C. S. William.- and VV*. H. Powell trailed hut got enough 'Oles to leave the two remaining contenders with (('«Mttiiilsxi «m» Page 2, No. I) Allen _ Cook - N champion blanket and 50 cent.-, he won the C'oudcroft. N VU, tournament. He acted as hi** own caddy- and kept an eagle on the bail. Sjtrrmr Court Rushy _    ------------- Clark - -------------- Th read gill  ---------- Repel Mcatativo No. I Orton _ -------------- Strickland _ __________ RepreM-ntati'e ,\<*.    2 Ebev  --------------- Williams _ ----------- 467 1,458 •IM ^ 1,545 1,571 68 1,587 5.400 3.170 2 2 7 3.290 5,058 4,504 2,642 State government costs have increased 760 per cent since 1911, the California Tax Research Bureau reported to Gov. James Rolph, Jr. KANSAS CITY, July 6. GD Householders fled today befop flood - which visited widely s**p-arated parts of the nation on th*- htads of tornadic wind?* which kill***! four persons in <a> and N* brash a. Streams fed by torrential rains partly inundated towns in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, ohio and \Y**-* Virginia. Most of th** extensive damage was suffered by farm crops. Tornado, k killed three persons Monday at Washington. Kan., and a fourth n ar Hubbell, Neb. Another trick of the weather brought a killing frost to Star, River valley noir Grover, VYyo. Growers said th** 2 5-degree tempera! ure damaged virtually all potato plants ami other vegetables and ruined an alfalfa crop. The Frio, Nueces, Guadalupe and Colorado rivers apr* ad fear in parts Of Texas. Tin* 34)0 residents of Tilden, in McMullen county, evacuated th*- lr holies ahead of the Frio flood waters. Bodies of two victims of Texas floods were recovered. That of Charles f> Greenleaf, 45. of 011-ivet, Mich., was taken from th* vat* r at Kerrville. The body of Tor* bio Alvarez was found at Knippa. Ten lives were lost in that state. A sudden surge of water chased 4 Oh persons from their hora*; in Oklahoma City last night. No loss of life was report’d. Refugees were quartered in church*?* and schools. The usually placid Neosho river in southeast Kansas was three miles wide at Emporia, and stood three feet deep over the town of Dunlap. The Cottonwood (« «>ntlimed oil l**g»* I, N*». **5) Fourth Ballot Alabama, 24 votes, 24 vt* It. Arizona. 6 votes, 6 Roosevelt. Arkansas, 1H votes, IS Roosevelt. California, 4 1 votes, 44 Roosevelt. Colorado, 12 votes, 12 Roosevelt. Connecticut, 16 votes, 16 Smith. Delaware, 6 votes, 6 Roosevelt. Florida, 15 votes, 14 Roosevelt. Georgia, 28 votes, 28 Roosevelt.!”1 Idaho, 8 votes, 8 Roosevelt. Illinois, 58 votes, 58 Roosevelt. Indiana, 30 votes, 30 Roosevelt. Iowa, 26 votes. 26 Roosevelt. Kansas, 20 votes, 20 Roosevelt. Kentucky, 26 votes, veil. Louisiana, 20 votes, veil. Maine, 12 Maryland, velt. Massachusetts, 36 votes, Smith. Michigan, 38 votes, 39 velt. Minnesota, 2*1 votes, 24 velt. Mississippi, 20 votes, 20 veil. Missouri, 36 votes, 36 ; velt. I    Montana, 8 votes,    H Roosevelt. !    Nebraska, 16 votes, 16 Roose- ] velt. i    Nevada. 6 votes, 6    Roosevelt. I    New Hampshire, k    votes, 8 for I Roosevelt. New Jersey, 32 votes, 32 Smith. New Mexico, 6 votes, t, Roosevelt. New York, 94 31 Roosevelt. North Carolina, 26 votes* 26 Roosevelt. North Dakota, IO votes, IO for Roos* velt. Ohio. 52 votes, 29 RoosceveR, 2 Ritchie, 17 Smith, I White. Oklahoma, 2 2 votes, 22 Roosevelt . Oregon, IO votes, IO Roosevelt. Pennsylvania, 76 votes, Ii Rit-Kan- j chi**. 51 Raker, 14^ .Smith, 49 i Roop*velt. Rhode island, IO votes, IO Smith. South Carolina, 18 votes, Roosevelt. South Dakota, IO votes, IO Roo ev< It. T• ntiessee, 24 votes, 21 Roose-vel t, Texas. 4 6 votes. 4 6 Roosevelt. Utah, H votes, 8 Roosevelt. Vermont, 8 votes, 9 Roosevelt. Virginia, 24 voles, 24 Roosevelt. Washington, 16 votes, 16 for Roosevelt. West Virginia, 16 votes, 16 for Roosevelt. Wisconsin, 26 votes, 2 I Roosevelt, 2 Smith. Wyoming. 6 votes, 6 Roosevelt. Alaska, 6 votes, 6 Roosevelt, ! District of Columbia, 6 votes, 6 I Roosevelt. Hawaii. 6 voles, 6 Roosevelt. Philippines, 6 votes, 6 Roosevelt, Porto Rico, 6 vol**;, 6 Roosevelt. Canal Xoue, 6 votes, 6 Roosevelt Virgin Islands, 2 votes, 2 Roosevelt. Totals: Roosevelt, 9 45; Smith, 1904; Ritchie. 34; Raker, 54; White, 3; Cox, I. Thomas, Mrs. Bassett and Cook Take Lead For Other State Offices I fere Tom D. McKeown, congressman from th** Fourth district, and Orel Busby, candidate for the state supreme court, carried their home county by decisive majorities In the election of Tuesday as shown by the unofficial figures. Both faced intensive campaigns on til** part of their opponents but th** voters of Pontotoc county rallied in most of the precincts to t hose two who a*-* seeking high offices, one re-election to the national congress, til** other elevation from the district bench to a place on the state’s highest tribunal. McKeown won an advantage of 1,194 over Grover Phillips, Bart Aldridge and Judge Cheatham, all of whom made drives for votes into the veteran congressman's home territory. Aldridge with 1,853 led Phillips with I,-376 and Cheatham hardly tallied with 223. Busby's race, which bos been one of statewide interest, found the district Judge capturing most of the precincts of Pontotoc county and in those where he is best known far over-topped th** showing of his opponents. J. W. Clark, whom Rushy is attempting to unseat, Hwept several rural prerin'*ts while Tltread-up 227 votes here for I 8 for gill picked and there. Clark made inroads Into Pontotoc county to get 3,170 votes but Busby’s 5,400 sent him Into a solid lead in his home county. Pontotoc county voters showed by their ballots something of the division of interest over the state in the race for United .States senator. Elmer Thomas, now senator, took the lead, but "as pressed by R. M. McCool. Comer Smith was in third place and Albert ! Hunt a poor fourth In the eoun-1 tv. Thomas won 2,523 ballots and McCool 2,191. Mrs. Mabel Bassett, now state commis ion* r of charities and corrections, saw history repeat Itself for her in winning a lead in Pontotoc county voting on candidates for congressman-at-large. getting 1,14 5. REGLI V »lul> ft1"* Lib——The Matteli»-Gritfin rouml-the-worht fixing learn hopped oft for Moscow tndfi\ at IMH! p. nu, Berlin time    p. in., E.S.T.) fo lia.' . BERLIN, July 6 Ll’! The American round-the-world flying team, Bennett Griffin and James Mattern, set their red, white and blue monoplane down in Berlin at 5:40 p. rn. (10:40    «. rn., C. S. T.) today, and thereby set two new marks for other aviators to shoot at. They brought their “Century of Progress” across th** Atlantic in th** amazingly fast time of 18 hours ami ll minutes, and became th** first American trails \Cantle fliers to reach this capital non-stop. Their fast    crossing    from    Har bor Grace put them two hours and 55 minutes ahead of Post and Gatty. the round the-world record holders, at the Berlin stage of the journey, on tho basis of elapsed tim**. When Post and Gutty struck Bertin    after    stopping    af Harbor Grace, Chester, England, and Hanover, they had eat en up 34 hours and 34 minutes. Although Mattern and Griffin took more then IO hours to reach    Harbor Grace    from    New York,    they    reduced    the    Post Gutty margin of over four hours on that trip. bv cutting out th** intermediate stops to the German capita). (Post and Gatty spent II hours and x minutes sleeping In Berlin and th** Mattern-GTiffin team may K«i” more time b? proceeding immediately toward Moscow.) Mattern ami Griffin could have made lf to Berlin in even less time if they had not hail to fight a terrific windstorm in th** Hanover area. They apparently maneuvered around the worst of tie* blow, and thus took longer than expected to complete the hop. As a result only a small crowd was on hand to greet them, hut TVmpelhof airdrome officials did their utmost to mark lh** new heights of trans-Atlantic aviation. As the graceful streaks of red, white and blue circle*! around Tempelhof, and dropped lightly Into th** runways, the Stars and Stripes were raised* and a hand played “The Star spangled Banner.'* Unfortunately, A in b a s sudor Frederick M. Sack eft, who had received retorts of th** fliers’ progress, hod left til** f i * * I ti U* minutes befur*- they arrived, figuring that they had probably stopped between Hanover and Berlin. Mattern and Griffin wen* first sighted after having Harbor Graee at 3:59 p. m., C. S. T.» Yesterday, over Rosapenna, North Dom gal. Northern Ireland, at I (J: 39 a. iii., British daylight tim* (3:30 a. Bl.* C* 8. T.j# Their plan** apparently was I performing In great style, and shad averaged more than 150 miles an hour all th*1 way across. I They held to this average to Hanover, hut hist It on account of the storm, They are shooting at th** round-the-world n**»rH of 8 days, 15 hours and 51 minutes. BEHLIN, July 6. L19 James Mattern and Bennett Griffin, American round tie* world fliers, landed at Tem pelhof airdrome at 5:40 p. rn. (11:40 a. rn., Eastern Standard Time) today. They brought their red, whit*; and blue ship down on the field ia little more than 18 hours afU*r I leaving Harbor Grace, Newfound-j land. More than two hours before Claude Weaver, no stranger to, ^ landed they had been sight many residents of Ada. was a ^ f>(, Qver H;innVor. Usually tho flight from that city Is a matter of lens than an hour and when they did not appear at * Ternpelhof within that time, tho** who await'd them at the field. Including United States Ambassador Sackets began to worry. I it developed, however, that eneral showing.|u,ftre waa some bad weather heals© took h**avy    an clo;;** second with 1,059 ballots. E. B. Howard and Cam Russell got enough to h*ip their cause along some, but the real siirpri\s of this contest w*a« the vote compiled by on** Will Rogers, not tip* famous comedian, who carried several precincts and made an excellent general showing. Stanley Clark CANTON, Cima, July The Cantonese government was alarmed today by th** receipt of news that 50,000 communists who retreated from Fukien recently had suddenly appeared on the Kwangtung border, capturing Namhung and Nananfu and threatening Chilling. majorities in Bom*• precincts and rank* d high in others. I. L. Cook of Atoka barely won a h ad in the rar»* for corporation commissioner In Pontotoc county. Approved by Gov. W. H. Murray, lie carried some boxes and mad** a nteady ins in others. tween here and Hanover, and the globe-girdlers had been obliged to KO out of their way. Hts I 587 ballots were not press!v*%y favorable, however, in th* light of A. S. J. Shaw’s 1.-54 5, Jack Walton’s 1.571 and C. C. Child* rs’ 1.458. WILL ROGERS Kl'NS PRETTY FA III RACE MUSKOGEE, July 6. — CF) — Will Rogers ran a fair race for show- [congressman - at - large on the Democratic tirk**t in yesterday’" im-i primary election—but it was not th* Oklahoma comedian. Newspaper offices throughout the state received numerous Inquiries as to whether the candidate was the humorist. Rogers, a school teacher at Moore, t!**d the vot** of Campbell Russell, James Trusiow Adams, “T h ** Topic of America,” has sold to the extent of 100,000 copies with an advertising espeDditur-s OI former corporation commissioner. $10,OOO.    _ iin two i*r*1,’t"c,,! h‘,re- ;

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