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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE AD A WEEKLY VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1932 NUMBER 18 ARE DEFEATED and Rogers State Figures Almost Complete Give Walton Lead of Over Shaw; Rogers Swept Into Congress by Landslide HJMBtHIHEHE f GARNER RESTS AT TEX AS Hastings and McKeown Nominated; Swank Only Member of Congress Running Behind Opponent OEM LIST OF OKLAHOMA CITY. July C. (RnrirT Jack) Walton, deposed plowed more than votes ahead in newest coinrliack to toward democratic nomi- nation as corporation commissioner of Oklahoma over A. S. J. Shaw, runner slati: tirasurcr. An Will the school teacher, sal back and watched his enormous majority for Krow over Mrs. Malicl Hassntt. state's charities commissioner, interest swims to other run-off primary contests. Although Alex Johnston.. OkmulKCC oil man. was not far I.ehind Ihe veteran democralic representative, W. W. Hastings, in Ihe Second district, he sent Hastings a pledge of support. Meantime, another democratic incumbent. Rep. F. B. Swank, climbed within striking distance of O. B. Mothcrscad. who had been leadiiiK consistently in the Fifth district. Karly nfleriiooii reliirns put Frank Friinu. former territorial governor, ahead f the difficulties In carrylns through n program elsewhere. Letters written hy Rowland but not jvt mailed also were taken; These, Marmon said, ask- ed for reoorts on the progress of" campaigns nnd sugRrsted means of procedure. There Is no question that the dollar ot today goes much far- ther. Tho trouble Is that-It goes so far. that It's usually out of reach. of verv real concern to the Amer- Joe Mlers won the nomination lean branch ractorles In Canada i for justice In Stonewall town- ami to American business inter-! .-hip polling 5til votes to -ll'. psts supplying products to be fln-ijnr I.ee Samper. Ished by dominion or other con-j Cooper or Midland township rerns within the empire. won a narrow decision over tier- There Is a notion unions thc'.ger for constable. vote being delegates that the percentage of empire content should be uni- form among the and colonies with excepted where necef.iarr. A sub-committee was appointed 40ii to 1'rlvitts pecured nomination for constable of KltzliiiKh town- ship by def.-atliiB Ktchlcson 52H to ITMJJS, TOMS, ROBBED yesterday to consider the com- parative adTantages of: 1. Hleh empire content exceptions downard. 2. Ixjw empire content exceptions upward. lUltlsh Industrialists want an j Increase In the British empire j WII.I.IS. Texas. July 2 content rate. They argue that It The First Stat- bank of Is not high enoush to prevent Was robbed today of between American manufactur-rn sending and by two young parts to Canada, as-embllns who fled In an automobile. n a Canadian branch I C. A. Johnson. ImMness man- anil shipping the finlah-tl prod- User of the bank, and I.. K. ail- uct to Great Britain under Brit-ljock. the cashier, were locked in sh preferential rates. And If thcj.Ue vault. M W. custo- British rate of 25 per cent werejmer. chanced In shortly after the Increased to the Canadian rate robbery, heard the cries of Pad- Amuxont! sank orr Holland and MS were lost. On December Ifl, the (jiH'Is.'iinn was rammeil near M.ilta with a loss or 40 drowned. Captain IfiMiet Capt. Mueller or the steamer Theres.i Iluss reported to porl authorities today how he. rescued the :17 men rlounderlng In the sea after the Nlobe keekd ove.r. "It was p. m.. and tin- weather was good." he DO-X (German flying bout) had Just passed over us. We made out the sailing vessel off the port side. "After we began signaling I noticed a black cloud squall creeping down nn the ship. At the name Instant the wind whip- ped to the strength of 'nine' and ship turned over. "We put around and raced ror tin. scene. During the dash to the spot. 1 ordered all hands lo prrjdire the lifeboats Tor launch- ing and as soon as we got there all the crew save the cook and myself went over the side In boats to aid. "At the same limn the boats I were called from Fehrmnn light ship nearby. I can't say how long It was from the time, of the catastrophe until our arrival, hut It wasn't long. All the Niobe's officers were lost except the captain and rirst mate. "Our boats kept plying back nnd rorth, picking up men from the water. Some of them had had to swim for hour before we gnt them. Only six of the group that was attending class survived. They had been study- ing the theory of navigation." county campaigns, brought nom- ination In Clyde, Kaiser, wtui edged nut with a majority nf HUI votes over ShfHff L. K. Franklin. Official returns guvo Knlser G.52K and Franklin Two of the closest races on record here weru thosn BtnKed hy Milton Garner nnd Jon Ili-ck for count? and dies Hoh- erts nnd A. A. Cahlwell for coun- ty commissioner No. 1. Garner, who In the. past served two terms In tho office, haclc Tuesday to upset Hfck'n ciunpalgn. Uncle Is present holder The recent statement ot Phil-j of tilt) office. lips Petroleum Co.. Unrm-r-Heck Clone vllle, is nn example. This of hctternd 41 nrnfit of v, shown for th Knr0rh mil until nil did K able part of which was. however, a non-reiMirrlng profit occasioned by Ihe purchase at present price easily won _ Corp? saltl" f. p Its position Improved hy match- over year condition In 1931. Other companies of the Mid- Continued on H. No. Jl liSlETS NOT TO BE MISLED Trnireily of 50 per cent, they have pointed out. Canadian labor would bene- fit In proportion. American business leaders were quoted here as advising cau- tion In Canadian branch factorlos lest those which merely assembl" American parts across the border find their costs. Jeopardized the possibility of an economic conference ptittlns Into effect lower American-Canadian tariffs as a result, perhaps, of a pen- Contlnard on 6, fio. 5 roDwry. dock, got helpers and dug a hole throush a side of the vault to re- Paddock and Johnson. Gillette, dy- ing begged In dellrum to take her 5-year old son. Johnnie, with her In death. Doctors sent the Ind out to play. He wandered over to the railroad tracks. His mother, still allre. continues to hep that "Johnnie go with me. But Johnny cannot. He has gone on ahead. A realization that the sinking of the Nlobe was Germany's greatest naval disaster since th. war came today with knowledg. of the full extent of the tragedy the appalling loss' of life was added lo by the fact that prac tlcally two-thirds of one year's class of future naval officers perished. Flags on naval ihroughout the nation were a half mast. With an oil patch on tho continually fed from the Nlobe' motor room and a ring of buoy raurklng tho spot where the shl went down preparations for sa raging her bepan. Authorities abandoned all hope that any o those ojj the ship might hav been rescued br Lapland fisher men or reached shore by swln mine. WASHINGTON, July 27 Senator Illngham, Ml.. Conn.) In letters today to officials of repeal organizations, warned them not to he mislead hy the democratic prohibition platform and to ascer- tain the views of congressional candidates before, extending them support. Kxplalnlng the purpos. Illngham told newspaper- icn more republicans hud always oted to change the prohibition aws than democrats In congress ntll the recent senate vote to uke up the Glass resolution which llngham said was based more on tut republican than the demo- ratlc platform. This amendment. Hlngham aid. referring to the Glass pro- "Is the worst possible trnddle. It Is a deceitful straddle, t Is worse than the republican datform which I fought ho republican platform did not iretcnd to stand for straight rc- >eal and this tOAIl MAY KMPI.OV 1KSO.OOO MKN now occupies, and tho boxes were In slim lead appear by 46 votes, pol CaldwolPs 2.IOC. Truman Harrison over fi.158 t county Har- rison led the entlro ticket In Mrs. Delia lied ford finished [.'well out ahead of Hill SiltumcM. clerk, with 5.C54 Siimme.rs' Fred McCoy retained his de- cisive lead over Charles Orlnrt- staff for county treasurer. hU majority of 2.102 belnR ono .'ot tho most Impressive won In-tho Tuesday election here. He secured to Grlndstaffs 4.022. George Collins lost his place on the board of county commission- ers from District 2. Charley John- son's 2.007 voles belni; sufficient to overcome 1.89.1. In District 3. II. B. Davis held his lead over John Hall, winning to 954. Minor chances resulted In ad- dition of absentee votes In the state nnd national rac'-n. and thu n. ,.i '.standing of tho competing candl- dates remained as announced earlier by Tho News. .Senator Klmer Thomas held his advantage orer Oomer Smith In the country, polling 5.041 roles to Smith's CHICAGO, tions to aid July federal approprla- gtates In highway construction Is wxpected to furn Ish men with 30 hours j of work each week for 11 months. This was revealed In a na- tional survey which Indicated that highway construction would be tripled In many states hy thn federal appropriations. The states McKroun Gains Congressman Tom D. McKeown Increased his lead with a major- ity of 31 votes at Jesse, bringing (Continued nn Page 0. No. 1) Referee Begins x Check of Income Tax OKLAHOMA CITY. July D. French, state supreme court referee charged with super- vision of a check of Governor Murray's Initiative Income -tax petitions, said today he expected the Inquiry would Bet under way late this afternoon. The court authorized the cheolc. after John Carlock of the League had protested sufficiency of the petitions. They were held sufficient by Secretary of SUte must match benefit by action. them tho In order to government's Sneed. _ OreatMt reaulu for amount CUMltlwt   

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