Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Ada Weekly News Newspaper Archive: July 7, 1932 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Ada Weekly News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             NEW XXXH ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JULY ff Rootevelt Wins on Fourth Bat- tle When California and Texas Switch. BURNER BTACCLftNlnTION All Factions Unilc to Texan Nomination for Second Place. CHICAGO STADIUM, July OVi __ To go forth Ih batlle bt nldii l.ovi rnor franklin Roose- velt against t h republican ticket. Speaker John N. Carner loday was nomlnaled for tint vice presidency by tlm Imulltious ac- clamatlou of llin Democratic con- vention. While th'f presidential noun nee wlnr.e.d his way from Al- bany in address thii entliuslaslic assemblage. Hlitlii after ittaU rushed to Garner. Kven llin knot of Sml'.h which held out to tin; last I againnl tho New York governor lant night. Joined to main; tlm secoml-place choice unanimous. Tho Tammany delegation !t- Pi-U. through volcu of K. Roosevelt's choice for a running male, although H "PI'OHfd Um governor himself on last s decisive ballot. AlfrcMl K. Smith was not nmong them, however, having left for home In the afternoon nllll refUHlni: to nay whether he would luck the ticket In the fall. Ills lips curling slightly, his word on boarding the Iraln was "I liavii nolhlng l say.11 Nol a single "nn" broke Ih. Htlllnens that had fallen over th' thousands In tho staillum Senator Tom Connally. a fellow Texan, asked If Hiero was un> Curlier. Hut when Ins railed for Ihosi In favor to Bpeak. a Ihund'-rlir. roa'r of "ayo" had made tin rafters ring. lA'A by lln> lubllalil band til OarnorlloH who had conns here In of ticket-topping nomi- nation for Ihe doughty soulh- weHterner. a Heml-flnal parnde -if shouting and shoving welcomed the settlement of Ihvlr problems. Many held to their places nn the floor, however, as though tn rest for the climatic wlmliip t" rome when the governor of New York finally arrived. All win net for a turbulent welcome when lie took the sp'akor's stand to make his formal acceptance of the nomination honor, and !n enunciate his Intentions for the months of campaigning ahead. When Senator Walsh of Mon- tana ordered the call of the nlal-s. Alabama yielded to Texas. Up stepped Reprcsulilallve Sam Hayburn- earner's manager In the hunt for the presidential nomination. With th" Texas delegation standing I'" Ing pennants the pp- lure of their favorite, he tuined unanimous consent fur Koprcsontallve Mi-Duffle "f Alabama In plare the speaker In nomination. That was but the ginning activity by one after aiiollier of of the house who have been close to Carner In the M-arii thill he has be-n In etm- Reciting his praises an men who have known him close- ly, n number of the national log- lislalors took the floor to second bis name. How Pontotoc County Voted Unofficial volt- totals cast In I'ontotoc county Tuesday In the flr.'t primary election on candi- dates for townHhlp. county.' state and national offices arc given below. These figures were taken as mail directly from official ro- turns of each precinct In the of- fice of the county election board and. while not final. nrc believed to be nn accurate report of Hie ballots cast. The News expects tomorrow to publish a precinct tabulation of ail county races and tin: more Important nicen for Plate Delay In getting In to tlie county election btmrd held of thu final, official talMilatlon. Creeks went out of their banks as the result of last night's heavy rains, anil some of dirt roads of the more inolr precincts -suffered from heavy downpour of rain to make It Impossible for some of tin officials to eel their boxes In 5TftTE ELECTION MIXED RESOLTS Runoffs in Most State Contests Indicated by Incomplete Returns MRS. BflSSETf LEADS Thomas Leads For Senate; All Congressmen, Except Hastings, Safe until well Into Wednesday morn- ing. The unofficial totals. 1'nntoton county an; us OKLAHOMA CITY. July Hastings, for nearly two decades democratic ropresontatlvi from the Second Oklahoma ills trlct. gripped a slim vote leac for rcnomlnatlon today over Ale: Johnston. Okmulgce man. a: tabulation of yesterday's priinar) vote neared completion. A run-off July 2fi seemed In evltable because of the vole pollei M. a third can TOWNSHIP by M. 1 Hastings, the east-side district1 FranUlln D. Roosevelt, f.ov.-rmir light by Ilie iialloiial lleinornitlc CD candidate for the presidency nf the iiiual nf New York, nominated Friday nvonllnn In Chicago as the party s Culled Stales in the coming nat- TO SETTLE Mnpcful i'f Klcclinn in lrirsl Voting on Supreme Court Race Itrlllins ri-iiin proi-lni'l- of III Hie I'.lghMll-l'-l'-' l.n Hie dennicialic nunilnallon lor siipieme mint Iltl-ln III.ISO; Thioadgill Vlinl; IT., 11 I. Returns from voting Hie tplrltod between .Illll-e (irel liusby and J. W. Clarl; tor Ihr plar.....i the stall- supro..... court now held by Clark eiirlv tbi-i afternoon pointed lo a clear Jorllv for llusby In Ihe Highlit ills-, Mot'of Mill li- voles over, the rnmbl.ic'l ballots poled by Clark and .Indue Threadulll. lluMiy swept Soinlnolo eonnl v I for a big majority, and will, only precinct mlsslnt: had votes to Inr CTark anil 4s.. for Piiiilntnc counly added to llus- advantage will, votes (Mark's ThreadLllI s End of Hard FouShl CampaiGn Brini-s Many Close Results THOHIPSOfWHOFF WIN All Other Contests Split Among Badly Divided and Numer- ous Fields COUNTY AMI Oinnty Judge Thompson _ Kerr _ County Attorney Wlmhlsh _------------------- Harrison _------------------ Stanflcld _------------------ Sheriff Phillips _------------------------ Franklin _------------------ Kaiser _--------------------- Mlers _ Cole _ Illocker _--------------------- Court Clerk llobhllt _----------------------- 1 lledford _ Summers _ TrenMirrr Powell _ Crlndstnff Williams _ Vaughn McCoy------------------------ County Clerk Carner _ Heck _ Prince _--------------------- Assessor Floyd _ Wliilford _ Peck Itrady _ County Hyden _----------------------- 1 4 27fi 4.1 nu :i 1 r, representative except for on term since 111 14. has been a stead 'aat friend of the Indian and ha i strain of Cherokee blood In hi uwn veins. He WHS tho lust nation al attorney for the Cherokee na lion. Johnston, popular OkmulK" civic leader, campaigned actively telling the voters It was lime fo a change. Mrs. Mabel Ilassett. Mur ray'n political foe In the slat house anil iClmer Thomas. Incum- I.ent, malnlaliH'd their margins III the Democratic roimress-at-larne nnd senate contests, respectflvely. Meanwhile Jack Walton. Impeach- ed governor, took a slight lead for corporation coniiulssloner In a sur- prising comeliack. Senator Thomas, a leader In the recent flcht for payment "f FOR VICE PRESIDENT John earner fiery Texan, speaker of the house of no lined si lurdav by the- national Democratic convention for vice president KrLuiln Roosevelt's running male In elecllo... 1.405 1.747 3, OS 4 1C -1HU Griffin and Mattem Make Quick Time in Flight Across Atlantic NEW SMlECORD Making Better Time Than Port And Gutty; To Moscow Next tiKlll.1 X. .inly Tin- ii-Urllfln li-nin off for lodny nl p. Horllti Ilinx p. K.S.T.) lo- ilny. I IH i 11 i the soldier's lionus, Increased his over his nearest opponent as additional returns were tabulated. Comer Smith, prominent Okla- homa City attorney went into sec- ond place and R. M. McCool. democratic chairman, was third. Returns from 5 out of :i precincts gave Thomas C.5.- 7fi7. Smith and McCool 25.207. ij OKLAHOMA CITY. July fi. Ml ,5051 Oklahoma's senior United States 722'senator, KInier Thomas of Medl- Iclne Park, today faced a run- for tho Democratic How States Voted llnllol voles, 1 liuose- i in. ____________ 3.B24 (iff cotltesL Hiiff 5.42S nomination In his campaign for Alabama, 21 veil. Arizona, fi voles, fi Roosevelt. Arkansas, 18 voles, IS Roose- Callfornla. II voles, -It Roose- Colorado, 12 votes. 12 ROOKO- velt. Connocllctit, 1fi votes, Ifi Smith. Delaware, fi votes, fi Roosevelt. 15 voles, 14 Roosevell. Constable, Nn. how CIIICACO STAIMI'M. July 2. U" Their nallnnul convoullon .ill over hut Iho shouting.- the ilemocrals r--a-si milled In the i.tadliiM, lodny In hour and cheer the Hcceplaiice of their prcsl- deollal nomliH'o. Franklin D. Konxovoll "f New Yolk, and lo John N. dirtier as riitinlng male. With a diamallc Hutch which nu.de new political precedent. C.ov ramc from Albany airplane to receive Ills mission of leadership direct ly frnm the hands nl the delegates who nominated him last night In a fonrth-lxillnt landslide. HN appearance In tho great convention was the last act of a Ihrev week drama which bad neon tho Madluin In MIC- resolon by Iho cheers and Ihe disputes of the national conven- tions of both iMirtlos. Just preceding his reception nnd acceptance of the sup- reme generalship of the democ- racy the dolegatesvrallied. In ac- cordance with his wishes for Speaker Carner Mr vice presi- dent, and Corner sent word from Washington ho would nccopl. So thoroughly prearranged wns the Cnnier nomination that many of Ihe delegates had left Chicago during the night for homo and there won- some emply spaces In the delegate section tin the floor. Conspicuously absent was Al- fred K. Smith. Roosevelt's long- time friend and political ally, only one of the 1032 candi- dates against him who did not withdraw last night when the victory became ap- cc.unlv went fur anil al the last report Clark with voles, with IliiHby i-rnwdlng him 1.2fifi. polled Coal county. Hughes ronnly. wllb seven vet in he heard frnm. show- a cbiso and hard foii-hl con- with Clark conceded a chance to win Hie counly but wllh prns- that the advantage would he so small thai It would be than taken up bv the In r.iio ma v predicted for HUM- bv In Clarl. lonk Marshall c.....ilv u distinct Here In- I voles, iioenrdln- I" reports afternoon, with P.ii-liy L I ll'.ifi. Tlitciidulll w.is lav lar behind' with 77 ballots there. I The pnpnlar Ada Jurist lias waged an clean tril-n a'-aliist the occupant nl the ii'llir'-nie court bench and votei.; in the Ki-hl district h-ne responded wllh eiic.mra-in- ,'s in CU.V.. .-r "Iven P.usliy fine majniilb'S hi oilier parts nl'the district. Pontoloc county went I" "10 polls Tuesday and cast a record vote which went well beyond the i, lino mark In response lo a campaign which for weeks ami months has aroused Ihe tvvor of the county to a high 'ualns which swept over the couiitv In the late afternoon are hclicvcd to have cut down some- what the rush of voters who itsil- ally swarm Into tin- balloting places In the Dual hours. Joe Harrington Ciinnly No. I Clies C.' Roberts---------- W. H. H. 11. I Incomplete returns from yes- terday's Initial primary Indlcat- 1 the. white-haired Thomas, 11fi leader of legislative fights for s.n tariff and payment of the sol- Thomiw. Mrs. Bnsscll nud Cook Take Lead For Oilier Stale Offices Here Tom D. McKeown, man from tho Fourth district, and Orel .llusby. candldiito for the slate supremo court, carried county by decisive FOR W 26 lit No sooner bad returns from the first primary come In thaii It was time for the registration period for tho run-off prima.v to be held July I Registration began this morn- ing and will continue through Inly according to J. well. county registrar. There will be some who were not registered for the first elec- tion whose Interest has he. n aroused to a desire tn cast .1 ballot In the second. Olhers are coming of age and Sllll olhers have Just complet-1 residence ronulrcmonts after movlng from one precinct to nu- 01 Heavy reglstrallon preceding the election Just held Is expecli-l to result In light registration fbr the next oting dale. A. F- W. T. .1. D. Stewart J. R. Illnlon Ceo. H. Collins-------------- C. W. Martin Willie Webb Charles N. Johnson------- NVveVih'ei.-Hs niosl of the votes I W. H. Patleson------- cam n from all parts of the I County MI. tv Vn.l all precincts In Adu'john Sparks rount r.Hled high. II. .l.own bv the nnnfllclnl tally frourCoorgo W. which tin- following account Is Jack_ llrowor--------------- rapes wen- Fettled In _ llrsl primary Tuesday but most of .In-llro Pence No. I Ih.. campaigns will have to con-j l.unsford _ tlnue through Iho in-.xl three Hill---------------------------- weolis the second primary lie- footiier _ fore Iho ilemorraHr voters of the .lit-llco Pence No. il county make imal selection _ their slale for November, nonilim- _ being In _ In ibis rm-k-rilibod democratic eiiunty. Wltloiigbby _ Claude V. Thompson, county No. I juilue, decisively defeated Aubrey' M. Kerr. who was making his tlrsl attempt'in a political campaign. Thomiison won most of the ducts but Kerr cut Into tin Hire wllh a sizeable vole In llarrli-on. making n] vigorous race to succeed himself In the ofllco of counly attorney, outstripped Robert .1. Wlmhlsh and W. V. Stantleld. bill failed by votes lo get a majority of votes and was forced Into a run-oir with Slanlield. who was almost voles ahead of hh'h. Several Itm-i- Probably Hie spirited con- test of all was that between I.uth- cr Franklin, running for re-elect- ion as sheriff, and Clyde Kaiser. These quickly left the Belli behind and slaved on oven Jorins iintll at the close of the couiil Kaiser b-d Franklin (HI .voles. The run- oIT will nettle the Identity of the sheriff for Iho next term. The sheriffs race drew the heaviest vole of the campaign In this coun- pro- plc- oth- IDIsmukoH _ lllack Richardson _---------------- WolgbiT Hauler _ Montgomery _-------------- Hfi :i 1 7 51S r.ifi 1 184 :t IfiS i to i 1.1 IKS 17K '200 fif. I 412 In tin- run-off primary July 2fi. Willie Thomas was supported by a vote exceeding that of Smith ainl McCool combined, ballots cast for four other candidates prevented him from gelling a majority and made a second con test necessary under tin; state run-off primary law. Wlrt Franklin, Independent oil man of Ardnmre and Oklahoma Clly, known fmt his leadership of Conttiineil on Pngo FLOOlSTE PUCES Widely Separated States I lit l-lnrd hy Unprecedented Kain Storms IT. S. Senator McCool _ Smith _ Thomas _ Hunt _ 2.191 _____________ 1.03 KANSAS f Hoiiseliohlers whirl, arated parts lTYTjIiIy '.11- fled today before visited widely sep- of the nation on Illinois. 5S votes, fiS Roosevelt. Indiana, UO votes, 30 Roosevelt. Iowa, 2ti votes, Roosevelt. Kansas, 20 votes. 20 Roosevell. Kentucky, 2C, votes, Roohe- velt. Koillslana, 20 votes, 20 Roose- velt. Maine, 12 vo'es, 12 Roosevelt. Maryland, Ifi votes, Roose- vell. Massachusetts, voles. for Smith. Michigan. IIS votes, Roost- veil. Minnesota, 21 votes. 21 Roose- velt. Mississippi, 20 votes, 20 Roose- velt. Missouri, votes, KG Roose- vell. Montana, S votes, H Roosevelt. Nebraska. Ifi voles, Ifi Roose- velt. Nevada, fi votes, fi Roosevelt. New Hampshire, S votes, S for Roosevelt. New Jersey, 32 voles, li'J Smith Now Mexico, fi votes, fi Roose volt. New York, 'J4 voles, fill Smith ;il Roosevell. North Carolina. 2fi votes, 2 IIcd one Will Rogers, not In; famous comedian, who car- ried several prfclncls and mado in excellent general showing. Stanley Clark also took heavy I "Hoy. In some precincts ana ranked high In olhers. I. L. Cook of Atoka barely won a lead In the race for cor- poration commissioner In Ponto- loc counly. Approved hy Cov. W. H. Murray. In: carried somo boxes and made a steady show- ing In olhers. His 1 587 ballots wer" not Im- presidvtty favorable, however. In the light of A. S. J. Shaw's 1.- ..45. Jack Walton's and C. C. Chllders' 1.158. 11KR1.1N. July fi. Ml American round-the-world flying team, llennetl Crlffln nnd Mallern. set their red, while nnd lilue monoplane down In Ilurlln nl P. C. S. T.I today, and thereby set two new marks for other nvlntom lo shoot al. They- hroughl Ihelr "Cenliiry of Progress" across Ihe Atlantic in Ihe amazingly fasl tlnm ot IK hours and II mluuleH. anil ho- came the first American IreiiN- Atlantlc filers to reach llil" cap- ital non-slop. Their fasl crossing from liar; hot- Crace put them two hours and 5r. minutes ahead of 1'ost and Catty, tin) roiind-tho-wnrlrt record holders, at the llerlln stage of the journey, on Iho of elapsed time. When I'ost and Catty struck llerlln after slopping at Harbor Crace. Chester. Knglaml. nnrt Hanover, Ihey had eaten IIP 34 hours nnd 34 minutes. Although Mallern and firlffln look more tlnm hoiint reach Harbor Cmcit frnm New York, they reduced Ihe, Post- Catty margin of over four hours on that trip, by culling out lin) Inli-rmedlate stops to the Ceruian capital. (Post .ami Calty spent ll hours ami S mlnules Hlei-plng In llerlln and the Mnltern-Crlffln learn nuiy Hum by proce.'dlng Inniicilliitcly toward Moscow.) Mallern and 0 riff In could hav" made It to llerlln In even less time. If they dad not had In Ight a terrific windstorm In tin, lanover area. They apparently iianeuvered around the worst of he blow, nnd thus look lunger hail expecled tn tho op. T AH a result only a mnall crowd vas on hand to greet thi-m, but 1'empelhof airdrome nfflclals illd heir iilmosl to mark tho new lelghls of IraiiM-Allanllc aviation. the graceful streaks of red, while and hlini circled uroilinl und dropped lightly HID runways, tho Stars unit stripes wero rained, nnd u Imnil played "The Star SpanKled Ilnii- ner." Unforliimitely, A in h a s sailor Krederlck M. Sackell. who hint reci'lved rmiorls of tho filers' progress, hud left tlm field -15 minutes before they arrived, fls-' urlug Hull Ihey hud probably stopped between Haiiovur iiml ll.irlln. Mattern and Crlfflu were first sighted after leaving Harbor Crace at P. m.. C. S. _T.. yestenlay, over Rosapeiuia. Norlli_ Norlhern Ireliind, ill. 1 a. m.. llrlllsh time a. m.. C. S. Their plane apparently WHM iierformlng In great slyle. antl had averaged more than ISO miles an hour all tin, way iicroim. They held to this average to Hanover, but lost It mi account of the storm. They uro shooting al tho rou nd-l he-world, record of K days. 15 hours and SI mlnules. James Truslow Adams. "T h Topic of America." has sold to the extent of 100.000 copies will! an advertising cxpcndllurw. ol IIKIIMN. July fi. JnmiM Mattern and llennelt Griffin. American round world fllerit. landed at Tempelhof alrdronip.at p. m. a. tn., EuHlent .Standaril Time) today. broiiRht their reil. wliltn nnd III un ship down on tin) field a Illlli) more than IS hours aft-sr leaving Harbor Grace. Newfound- land. Moro lhan. two hourn Jieforo they landed they had been sight- ed over Hanover. Usually tho flight from that city Is a mat- ter ot lens than an hour ana when they tllil not appear at TVinpfillinf within that tlnm. HIOH.I. who awaited them at tho field. nclmllng United Stated Ambas- sador Sackott. began to worry. It developed, however, that hero was uomo bad weather be- tween hero and Hanover, ana tho globo-glrdlers hod been obllsr ed to go out of their -way. WIM. IMKiKltK Itt'XH piitrrn' PAIK RACE MUSKOOEB. July Will Rogers ran a fair raco for congresBtnan at larso on tho Democratic ticket In primary election but It wan not the Oklahoma comedian. '.'V Niiwspuper offices throughout; Iho slate received numerous In- iiulrles as to whether tho candi- date was the humorist. Iloccn, a school teacher at Mooro, .tlwi; the vote of Campbell RuuelU former corporation commlsalODcr.' In two preclncta   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication