Ada Weekly News, November 10, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - November 10, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS GOVERO ROOSEVELT’S VICTORY GROWS IU SIZE nrnnon H UL*D l^LVV situJhJ Majority For Roosevelt and Garner Creeping Towards 300,000 Mark As Late Returns From Delayed Precincts Filter In The Nation's New Lea ders ROOSEVELT HIM HES SNHBT lib* im Gill LOSES Roo ,< veil Heads Party Votes As Pontotoc County Is Tabulated RLL MAJORITIES IMPOSING lack Walton Wins by Safe Margin; Henry County Stand, by Governor on Jack Walton WIIK .J, ‘    j    Income Tax, Opposes Oleo Johnston Wins; Elmer * nomas and E. W. Marland Also Elected Tax Repeal OKLAHOM> I < -ll if’ tax la VV of ( 41 , ndn of votes I »rhi itll' top Lira v v i Im Mag© With I©'* thai rn it rn any thous* < «.lint, show-the- < Ie in un < ham r it < otild rol hr v\ on l< I I. Vf»tr I heir < <#ntr*4t* for 111 I ran kiln the- 30U,<HMi ii I kcwise th* i ( |,n k ) Walton, o oir sa >n< r, vs r re n< lorn,©* oil Mid** (jabber, x rtrran I Inst s..|,d * one ie* let!, th- me,inure ie appeareti no •vet, had dei Jar I in the popular von m<»st of in* R* * Pf Hie toward tv ts out. ml J. C. I .rn* r Re •ti cun i \l.-i iud. tin' tat iv e M. ( the state it' iiiaioritv »« lr. in < 11* H * MM t IC*. VI. * pa it I! ICC* J f UU VIS niriip|iam I xx* ll \4 III IC Hi I » Ml'* I'l l*H s I in »VI I*. \ lait in on Responsibilities to R^t < Roosevelt Rehire Ta* vim Problem* of Greatest Import I are Comm * Session of Congress; Voice of Prcjident-Klect to Be AU Powerful in Councils Of His Party, W Ii r A* chn t orlon* I* < at iii in*. • viriat i«t| G N Leads in 42 States With 472 Electoral Votes, Leaving Hoover With Six States In Northeast and Electoral Vote of Only 59 HALEST OVERTURN lf! RISTOW Incomplete Returns Indicate Popular Plurality Will Exceed Hoover's in 1928 and Set High Mark in U. S. Elections •nought the vote j loosovejt. demo-* a rid ilia a < * for president, In j county led the ticket in ating precincts of the w ((it ».% * ; . d* -i hoc rat ii* on the ticket going over; majority* moderately heavy vote ; in which a total vote of ras polled in the enmity, i Et swept ‘-very box with , whelming margin of 7,227 1,207 for Hoover, lemocrat* went down the * i j nominees, only Jack t il ; iii ii ~ for corporation ion, failing to keep j ii! the others on the ticket. i democrats in this county J bliaut with a rejoicing that ! ti <t‘-iti* d < hem since IG I ti, nor the landslide that car-I rn ti k 11 ti I*. .Roosevelt into hest posit ion I*1 I Ii*1 nation . ng next March I. .erats of Pontotoc county j hare in rolling up the tre !• poptilnt \ «»t*‘ w liich ti)ad( fit s election a matter of t lls majority will he when es si re Dually tabulated. I til' t»\ I oil* 11 ig.li the exception of the pres! \ot?, Pontotoc county vol -. . im ! ilushy. district judge Horn on filmily estate at Hyde Pa i , N. \ oil :i*.w JU die. elect for lit** Jan. JI*. I KK2, the son of a wealthy vice president court, eighth de- of tin Delaware <v Hud on railway, whose aures . hi I • I \ ote of the gen- tors had immigrated from Holland to N* w A ms ter • Mon v> Ph 7.J30. Next to dam about I •*"• \.it < itam*- Tout D. Mc com res onaii from t hr ’,1, 11-jet. w o amassed 6.* Grew up amid wealth, aid had p Hale tutors. Attended Groton, a private ehoul for hois, and later .tx food v Governor nl!V;irij (Pd.imhin I ti- * sit* Law "bool \d I be topmost tip of New I .m iami atli! three othei eastern stales still marked the only I loovcr spots on the elci lion map .is tabulations progressed toward completion. Returns on Tuesday’s balloting showed the Roosevelt and Carnel walk-away brought them not only leads in 4J states and control of the new congress, bul sent several republican govcr nors, many members of senate and house and numerous other G. O. 1\ office holders looking for jobs. Oveitums of democrats were scarce. lire anti prohibition drive continued to increase in strength, both rn the new rungless and in eleven state referenda. President I louver in his six states—Maine. New I lamp shire, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Delaware could muster only I*) elec toral votes. Roosevelt kept a tangible lead tor 4 7 2. He was almost two to one ahead o! Hoover iii I first reports from Kentucky, which began counting today. I he popular vote from 7f). GOO ot the I I Hindi <*h»* tion unit j showed the New 't urk governor with I ),88J,|00 and I loovei i with I I .bi 5,008, indicating a record popular vote. Maivhiu resolute)\ iii the pa FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT JOHN NANCE CARNER in as can: n u Mtm..# ... ,,    p.,    a.:,-    <«r an initiat'd ".IU <1 to online for a rev ision of tao incot in- tax schedule, givin ll a \ a tai a ml Columbin I iii r in I 'n'" al a Horn in a log house in Red Hi vol* county, I* va Nov. ILL Impi, the son of a farmer wIiom pan id had moved from Toolless**® to a Fe.va - hoim "ad in is 12. bringing He ir six small child *n in covered wagon. I.AKI I IHI. ANI) MDU CAT ION Walked three miles to school, st tidied law a cow boy. spent one year in Vanderbilt Fur. iii ml continued his study in law of I ic*- i: 'inn iii! , Texas. Admitted to bar in is'1" at lh* a of 21. KOI l l IC XL I .XKI .UU .NCI'. rude which takes Houses cit to th* White Hon • a ml t la met lo th*1 lie** presidency, Democrats continued to mon down their op polo tits in numbers which becalm* startling as the count of Tuen-da h eh*'lion neared its finish. With th*- democratic triumphs tor congressional) cont rid w **nt I ,.(!< si I'.slim.iii- Kl.ii *-* (’top .,1 1............. hit ion is) s. while mf' r*-noa on tin nor re illation iii It states show Nearly I webc Million Tales Lie margin bv which the hill ope a I to I < p* al t he »ax i,ii alin* found Pontotoc tiling in line w it Ii t lie re st it** to turn down I 002 i oters w ho an against repeal of I 2 ti who I fit el I « MU* int le v,,ll s S laliulation of votes in conni> in Tuesdays g**n on show *'d th** following Mar- ie*l \ nim l h s nor Roo en dor** Roo evelt • iis "WH sifc* has four -ohs amt *im* (taught* rn with miami!* paralysis in his ii in l»s, and has won heal ii old,i* v a r<- iv i iii iii i ne a lid Humps cd th** wet .md** ah* ah. Out oI congress, out of govet* W YERINGTON, Nov. 9 LT> nom* chairs and minor offices Th© cotton    crop    or the country    republican#    tumbl'd from    coast was estimated today at 11,947,- to coast. OOO hahs of atm pounds gross President Hoover, apparent! weight    bl    tile    it fla tulent *'    mot*    decisively defeated    than agriculture on the basis of con-j wan Alfred IS. Smith in lhl>. ,.    ,10    ,    Dilions    as of Mf iv. I A month ago    dun    to a    bate six nut es.    mal I hi i«l t«riii; *d**ct*>D lo stat* -legislature iii    MTK ami    I,ahs    were indicate*!,    calin:    th*-    pousibiliti of an ail re-elect od in 1900; elected to (’on r* - - in I b 0 2 ami - ~ '•    '    IT o'* k OOO tin* '-coni I** iota! nit** of IT.: New X ork jias since h**«'ii re-elected I t times. h* comin- I. i,l; *'    ‘    pir goo evelt. h:',n. or of Congress in IDJ.    '    ,.    ,    vi,,ia 0f j ;$ *' The Lit Mi a popular vote In in lids of Hut cot I oh per aere|72,0o« Of the country'* nb.0<m .    ...    s    i    eb-'d ion «li'tri«ds was I! ♦,0U,*MJU . a niece of Then- Married Et Ii** Kheiner of I valde in I    •    nm    n    " 1    '    ’    '    *    i    for    I ,,ut of tw*nl\ ti'.** million. con'■in* in H-U'-; sh* had opposed his apjmint ment a- pud.* ,, p u imai*-«l • e|»L I. w.. i    | .    1    ,    .    licking    tins    v«    ar,    as    comp.ti** I mw ii. Strick- vMfti before. Sill* has been his se*rf ’an * v* i L;,    it**'’ * p ct* d to mat*    •Hat* o1    Nm N o    k    in 1910;    Vppointed    to    county    j lid g* ship    at    Ii.bb.    T* \a: h.avj majority    wt.a    u,    i*.    it)    1KD2:    elected    for    second    term    hut    d-!*at*.l    lo -tut;    *.ote    The    Sd-    appointed    assistant    secretary    os    nan    hi    I resident , oi <; I    tailed    to over-    Wilson in    I '• I ;    wa- l)«-mocrati<*    ca ml    oia t e for vie* pr«-"icl«‘i*c> ii; I'ma; eh ct* *1 o\ -rn*' e.i New \ ork    has since been re-elected I t times, te-comim |***.i ,n I'tjs .ii D ■« . ct ii to t! it ollict ’n IDSO.    er Of Congress in 1931. I i ll. MAN AND HIS FAMILY ie i Cid pp)I (I ti-, hi His 11 no Iii -1• yea th before. tsp** has n*n ms -• <"1 ’an *v*! since. They 11 ii \ * * one soil. Tully (ranter, ai at Forney, and I i \ •* modestly in medium pru-.-d We-o in ton iiot* I. His hobby is ttolling. ’n jnppiTn th n *>11 ‘libtriD * orumtssioii Ji.l'Hson < It uihli Hear Josh Lee Friday ii J lu» I I rut I roil rf < <I>i h.TL*. »»y to apis \\’irPS ( ongratu’ations ! Successful Opponent; Buck .ti* nu court, Hist. I    f() Vt ashing ton 11 <;t t jo. Wilson * H !» 11 nu court. Hist th Al hut * Ji < *• PALO ALTO. Calif . (A*)    Herbert    Hoove president of th*- t nit**: ip* cine i-iiii!’. Dint. "* feat* d    re-**!'**-’ion Hi ti, HRL M o«*re iR> has promis'd IT* sic Roo-* I elf to *di«*D ice I * ladies of I h*-    \«I ji I nit \ nu I* iii Legion \UN i a ii t * you to ii * ir Josh (••ak on *Tnivors4il Seral i i Convention Hall i Ll id a v at ll o'clock. I . , will ex plain lh® ( iii ct of th*- American with lid.:; pounds indicated mon th ago arid 201.1 poult picked last year. Indicated production by stat* Virginia 2k,ODO hales; North ly have Carolina 575,000; South Carolin# republic; *.50,000; Georgia 807.000; Florida 15."OU; Missouri 250,000; Terne ss* **    395,000; Alabama XfiO.nOu; Mississippi 1,100.not); Louisiana 580,000; Texas 1.2 2<»,-PDO■ oklahoma 1,000.(IOO; \rk-apsas I ,I OD,DOO; New- Mexico - •    sh,OOO;    Arizona 8 1,Dim; Califon- Retires f.arly I,lection Night; ja j _* min all ooh - tat* lo • pp" - ami lower California, M* . Po (not included in ll. S. totals) I 2,000, Pima-Egypt tan long staple led totaled 1:1,000 N'-w s of thi- landslide broll bt a r*at chorus of optimistic reaction from for* ign nations. ti! ;;", pie rnatorial ejection i this >*-ar, til** democrats definite Iv Ii a I e ca tried IK, taking 7 from Vermont and Sew* it*-. Hoover states, return-p; h a ll -OI. *■ I MOI M and oil nun. w* 11* I* tiling in ini' int** returns. ■on r* , t Iii* democrats ,t 21) vOtl* rn a jot tty <* at** and appealed headed i* i lords cont rol of t h** S[>eiids },<»rt of Day Read jug I clegranis N»-v\ I higbiiul Dix Ided I VALDE. T**\as. IX cotton, tn ian. War cost , John N. Gam* ,uDn human live*-u. tm ai ^ and lilts- ©lect o' * go fls I lift: Fait* d > today. IF court. Dist * I* i 7 J ’a). Cooper < H ) * * v el y IMO'>i T *i pf ti t err* CU live WI ceded defeat la<t night. "at* I homas * D i - a t mi ii today as to his ; Sin (K> 1.321. Mild- j (), immediate tutui*-* ll, Hopeley * I nd » I. ron<idering serious iv boa hid) ll. I i ailing find! hpwiaj train tonight to I i«* White Hon ii ■ i take t rf s - ii f - Ll vu 4 H*iw afd ( H . Tay lor < I) :r**vs, fourth 11) i i, Reg®* I f.Oi,'*. IO. distiict Ken; J* *# ( D I Shive Mc-I ll i 1.- Si-vi whom ed* st e*l Mr battle dose ri bemail in A *. Hoover ship trip d I ♦ ’if# ;i I iv#*. Dis L I ma Cl mat was I p t i # | j *"( t’ and ft)* k. Hr* ant TI) Hi T.452. me tax bill 4 GI. Fri ,) I , tv Dis Whit ak* 11 146. — for ck (ID ft. 2 *r < ID 5.009. I»re sh: what heavy were * • r h< he wilt d angling vote in still com into this I#-*tit *1 I Dsi cal’oleo tax — for 3,120, 1 He the e annotine* lection tc I    4 ,002. II    \ otes cast S. 4 '* v porn I IL* # lard time aktx I I CA /I moo rat Ic ♦ick't V f *1 • will tell how pied v. it I; « i d* lug- of ganizations p ro 1 jinn nu in on him. ll th* ‘prof it out of j JIT**! * ut I to answer all (.•fore i na hi ad I hut h. id a good tim* {Hut si bi Ii lly. t hem. World war was Orth Hi! nil v. I* 1* - rain n int 11 i nail** a, it j mean a ti J vt ling to him akin u 5,000,$ 00 ; differ* tit t his time. I mn pan pers. and has r* •ai i/.e d that I ii rec "!‘p hants. lf Texan e vet - to be ©lee *■ war. let s give second ig] lest office ii dbl n J M * IMI IW I * »"* s fin I h« A -*«** *a**-*t I**r* • IU#urn** Hawi! *27 lg out "* :*.*,! j un ii*** I ii* * tine tax lull g»xe 2TH..A I.", I"* nod «!*•“», AI *> against. He!iii ti- from 27**l -LH • on th*- oh-iuiiai gatme let* nudum give 220,702 l*»r ami 2*2,r» ’»<* again**!. In I Id* 4s a r, tiny D* •la w.t *■© I v * i I OO V * r its (hr*’** cl • (•tora I ii« t while I Ii * d**moefS)t m were pin** N< • w York -intl N< I* W J e I’ Th** P r.sent chief ©s ,*‘CO( I » (J in I’* n iisylvania, in which st! r»n g 11 r republican V hi lad* 1- d ist t i* •is gav«* him a vt"* Tim Illy I no t,000 below ilia t which f I,, hi. irs tit* re g* •nera fly New Hug tan •red off the M line wa lei hi ma a re was hit No. I j rom M t bority to I well as Charley stone, I*nit. A. I- A. * UU I I intr ll BILL 11TR09UCEB Garner w**nt to re d IJ t * - s before h o Clock H«* listened to radio » his usual bedtime, ti himself from a larg friends, walked ffon of his son, Tully * Ll the way to his own d pulled up the covers I 0 Hoover s Future Attitude Towards Roosevelt Matter o[ Speculation Situation Now Confronting Nation Recalls Contemplated Actions of Lincoln and Wilson When Defeat For Re-Election Appeared Highly Probable. ill- Cf Pa No 5 i I tm »f,\ hi r \\ i n»%> IPMIX Fit V YORK. Nm . 9. f.J’* J j*.. sl({ tit * I* et Frar i kl i ii D. t»! { I oilily the fol- I towing I ftn* srn11 i to JTesid ut j lloov** r al Lulu A It**. Cal.: I ii fM'i&t 4 * yot IT getier- I tills I * hzrmm f« *r th* » immedi- s WHI xlN for the more I I ii I ll i t** I jot i in your I grad*! us c \ i)rc> >imi ( if a com- mon i itit I ie Ii •fut ©lfoft tat night, in the midst of a stirring seen*;* sur - rounding his one Whii* a group of Stanford f'ni versify .<i* on w **s« he lives, throng* d the driv* way o his home, and while a score o bis neighbors and fte-nd- waif*** in the living room, Mr. Hooi* dispatched from his st inly th* th lowing telegram to Roosev* Lf ii th* Biltmore hot* I in V w X irk. “I congratulate* you on ’he <m port unify that has come to you i lie of service to the country and wish for you a most successful ac ministration In th* common pin During th** til -- • d across to Ii IN. Texas, Nov. 5 -CT*' ,tnd .aid, **fatl !«» control cotton acreage concedes th© rod need in th* house of Roosevelt and y .as legislature today. It “That s what re©uire crop rotation and tQ p. ar •- j.ajd t Till is Tat J* fly JAM EM COPE ( A '<•* **t a I’ rem* -luff W ri*-r WAHHiNGTON, Nov. f. r ama tic cours«*s ar** op* Then Hoov r in his rem; v ii I *; -our) try p> r coit of the cultivat-    f;esid<*nts of Fvald* we in any y* ar to any one f,r fiaz,,,i They hardly bn crop.    |lo do with a vice ptesid* let would apply only in    aff however, ami wnuld s a xx it-on, -av unwrapping d« f«*at possible In lived to I ti I n over t he i i office Im in **d tat* ly ton day. H can be dom* in ting of more than 5"    , of t he land to cern, soy beans, pens or o*h-i< ? were planted along o ii* d, they par Garner ha* I *i areal rn* must Ie- return;" if I r a1! home. But h* W •as ash * p. He did not know th a* they d * moastra- ted. It wa S I OO late fo r him. Th** fir* d **pf irtm* ut appar <i( u s jiartlcipate d in that d ©monst ra ti on with sir* UIS and all Garner wa s in p* * ft n g r**v* when lh© st 111 cam** u p. 11 I start Hug act ion. I- * w se pi I rat * a; president have don© ant * t bin# ! but get along a- they con id | with congr* ss until xt a reb 4 (brought freedom from of fie r\ Or * e t dona Sty. as i j. the c*i I fie I*! {president Taft, t h**y ar ran i#-l| t*l keep ti© bicorni ng pr-sifie ni In- • formed and faini ii ar with * rit leat s dev* loom©nt -* fit! which a*-! iou brabant I. mg month ed defeat jins** of a f all of de myself to ©very possible he)pf j J < Continued on Pag* No, 5 I - we; • killed ami an unknown always is an early ntier wounded in the Cuban •lion dux battle#. #»I?*. during ta® J his first term, lid proposed to I in bis    successor for coopt ion during the final mouths. Hut both    won, and Hi*- extra Unary plans came to naught. *» nubile    was not even aware I* ’ *'M He m unlit tong aft* r. M*»sf d* footed presidents; af- .ji.i „ , ,,ln,in„ Ainra*    .ii**    '    disregarded their imceesaorn always is un * any i is* r an*■    *    I    ^Hut    *    historv    reeords    two    pro-    {    until Inauguration dav ****** pl for not let the vice preside-s.cy inter-1 Hut .tis! »r> r* ^    ^    J    C()ljllriiui(,    ftn Pa„p s vnmber4i r*’*i aired I rn mediately liming of fir P re with his program. I OSU both mentioned In t d on Pa t 8, Number 4) J ;

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