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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma NEW AL A, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1932 NUMBER 33 OSEVEU'S VICTORY GROWS IN SIZE SETS re iM! WHITE 10 The Nation's New Leaders Majority For Roosevelt and Garner Creeping; Towards Mark As Late Returns j From Delayed Precincts Filter In IHBOETIIX Bill LOSES Roosevelt Heads Party Votes As Pontotoc County Tabulated ALL IBWORiTiB'lHIPOSING Jack WaHon l Johnston Wins; Elmer Thomas and E. W. Marlarid Also Elected Tax Repeal (JKI.Alin.MA CITY. l i-IIOUKll. Ib- vole; drastic in-'lor l-'ranklln lloosev-P 'crac.v's caiididal- for president. I'1 .-..mr Cov.-rm.r Murray's slipped many llmus-' county Ib- ,1 Oklahoma's show- ini' top-heavy ilemonalic uii.jurities. iippioa. lu-d the cle.in-up j L-olnt.- tax i I Willi l.-si tlii-n I pin ili-tM Ill'- measuri l U I. and ..-a- a majority] In a mod-rai-l.v heavy vote Tuesday, in which a lotal vole of .v s -v.o chillier il'rmilil "Alfalfa Hill." Ji-.wrvrr. liiirl flrelar- mamln nf he i, i' i" volr. 'There it may succeed, since Mima. contests for fiiendly members yslciday. Franklin U. Koosevelfs Oklahoma m.ijoiitv r won most ol his lm. .lack I Wall..... for cm poriitlon ah- n w 7HH I the wide of .Senator Kln.er Thomas and J. v Walton. vow-mor running com-, th- laml.Md- ear- j mnuunnrr. were Imldini; up well. And I'.rnrsl .xlarland null..., i -I u wtn.se rlection over M. I nest March t. former oil Midas vsiios. i lion i Hemo-rats of I'onlotoc county Garher veteran Kir.l.'li di-lncl r.-pubhcan. th.. ..lal. it.. lirst -..lid l.is I" loimrl I .....___-_____, emoc hail a i-hiir- rollliiK "I' lr-- IIKI.AIIO.M I'lTV. Nov. (.I1) Itll-hllll- tow.lid ii nmill ma Imilv ol for I lanl.lin ;i "I nl. liiboma halliit caul-.I -'lih II ,lnv Ih- -I nl Ih- -tat- hi-l loll il-.in..-lain- .nii-l-- -.ii.nal .1-1' Wilh iwn.llilnl- "f Hi- v........ pi.ll-d. Ml-al-.l ballot- ali-i.d ri-'-ii.-i-- llnnvel. who-- malnliU "I nun inni >eais iii-o -.-'-ai BSflES S! 1MB DO j v. hat lib' majority will be when ilh- vole" an- Dually tahnlat-d. I l lltc-li) Vnle Illuh t With Hi- of th- pr-.sl-: I who Is now for :'.fl. I ss.1. sou i, weallhv vl 1 l l. i I. .1 I FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT JOHN WANCE GARNER. Horn In a lot: house In lied Itlver county. T-sa-i. Nov. 'J'.1. Hie son of ii fill.....r whose iiiid nioved from Tennessee lo ii boine-u-ail In IS 12. Ibelr simill cliildr-n In a covered Thin, Nun- Million >nl tiin Leads in 42 States With 472 Electoral Votes, Leaving Hoover With Six States In North- cast and Electoral Vote of Only 59 GRHTEST n'erii IN ram Incomplete Returns Indicate Popular Plurality Will Exceed Hoover's in 1928 and Set High Mark in U. S. Elections The liipmiiMl tip of New Rutland and thiee oilier eastern jslales still marked the only Hoover spots on the election map as tabulations progressed toward completion. Returns on Tuesday's balloting showed the Koosevell and Gainer walk-away brought them not only leads in 4J slates and control of the new congress, but sent several republican gover- nors, many members of senate and house and numerous other G. O. I3, office holders looking for jobs. Overturns ol demo- crats were scarce. The anti-prohibition- drive continued lo increase in strength, jholh in the new eongicss and in eleven state referenda. President Hoover in his six New I lamp- shire, Vermont, Pennsylvania. Connecticut and Delawaie---- could muster only V) electoral votes. Hoosevelt kepi a tangible lead for 47J. He was almost two-to-one ahead of Hoover in first reports from Kentucky, which began counting today. The popular vole horn of the I I election iiiiit.i showed the New York governor wilh and I louver 1 with I indicating a rerun! popular vole. MaichliK: resolutely In the pa- rail- which takes l.'onscvell I" 1 Hi- While linns- and IJarn-r lo t be vice presidency, ileiiincrilttl continued In mow down Ibelr op- liniieiils In numbers which becatn- iis Ih- count of da.-'ti -l-'-IInn n-ar-d finish. Wilh 111- demncralic Illiiinphil 1 lor eiiimrenKlniial control went mounting tor aiill-prohl- lilllnnlsls while iclcrcnda oil ll'l- nni reuiilallon III I I staled show- ed the wet Hide ah' ad. i Onl of i-iiiiKress, mil of nms1 chairs ami minor office.'! I.....Id'd trmn cn.inl Lalcsl lr.slimati: Places Clop Nearly Twelve Million Hales tale tip lii that lime. M. C. Cat v-leiaii ran cnlif i-s-Mian limn the ill-illlct. went ilnwn In def-.il b. tine I'.nicsl Mailaml. nm- ii1-- mllllnnali-. m dl-nl-i d-mociatlc Ih- ni-l llm- I" i. .t.'.l. ,1 li'.l-l.'J mil In I.....t In m ail> I l....... M.les with Ih- tal.lllatl..n tin-, The dellll.clallc Mill1- w-l'l vlcl.iry all I lie partv'- camlid.it--- li.l- iniijo: oflic-.. luclmlll.-: -I i .lad, Wallnn. who w a- HIM" -il and mi-ted limn H'" -hall In Wallnn gained a on lln eiiii.ni.ill........mm'-- deli alir: I II .liihllMnll. h> uppioa. I Tniled Slat'- Thorn.i" was i- I. I. cell lin al.inil 11 In "in- .l-ci-imi OM-I Will I'lanUln. i-piildican. n. nl liiileiieinleiil ml i.p-ialni and TI'. U Ill-.l. lil.-ll.iln of Ih- loni: llchl foi a p- inn l.illlf. vlmlicalli.ii. l.llii- all -.n ll-niy S. Johni-lon. d-pn-.. d a-- In headed In w.lld virlliiy over J. I cmu-ini. leplllillcall. In III" state I ac- In Pawnee and Noble cniiiilie.-. KAU..Y LIH- AND KDUCATION cnm.r-tsman frmn Ib- Walked three miles In sellout, studied law as cnw- dh-lrirl. w'io amassed .i.-'Cr-w up amid vv-iilth. and had P.hal. At Vanderhill I'liiv-r.-dly i.n.li leiided :i private M-hnnl fnr am, i.iiei sillily 111 liiw "Mice al ClarKsvlll.-. Nnv. !t LI'1 county by Ciivermir iMIiiiuhiii I niseisilv Law School. Ad- Ailmlll-d H" bar III l.Vm ill The cnltmi crop .if the cnunliy '.I'' 'willlani 11. Murra> In his cam-, jwas lodar al of ll'i- lor of an Inlllal-d I crm-f H. I hill p.ovldliu: fora revision of Hie )1.1 1 K. Al.. I.AI I..IMI .INV_l.. I weiuhl by the .1-pa'......nl n In i- hur-aii I" ..tale's Income U-IVIIIL- f s lo county jml-iv.hip at I v an basis of hall 'hal- vnie of ''.I" full-'' "v-r-j Wilson In ".a- D-i......ratic eand'dal- lor vie- In In fVear's crop was 1.................... I nf'Aiu-rican- -m- the marulii by which the bill l-i-ii; un-.-rno- ol New York Mlls .Inc.- I......, II llm-s. :-.p-ah- liooH-velt. 'l-.l. i, to that nllic- In ei of Conuress In yield of 1 N.-'v 1 la-I v-ar The proposal Intep-al Mi- MAN AND HIS FAMILY poll.....; of Hut .....Ion P-r aere I- Th-i.-' were 1.00- voters win hallo', ai-ainst lep-al tav.aml who vot-d Hi- i-i'-nl. 117; filllclnl ISeMills milcial labulallon "I voli-s in il III, -I' Of Tll-o- Kniea-vell I his own cnll-llll. ill has four sons ami om- all -.Town. SlricU- f-n with inliinlll- piiralysis i" l''-l. which c-.-ippl-d liiiibs. and hii.' vviin brav- uphill Ills 1 I bohld-s an- imnilir-; iiml posta-e lo coiisl. Hoover. appar-nlK nime decbiivelj defellleil Ih.'lll wiis Allred H. Snillli III lo ii bare Hlal-s ejilliiK III- of ill! llni- electoral volo of Ijnnsevelt. Tim hiller'ti piipular vnlii In 7" (Illll of til- enunlry'H I1II.IIU" efe'-ll.....llslrlcln was II.BUO.IMIU mil of million. N-WH of the liimlBlldi! brouubl ii uieiit chorus of rn- I'onloloc county 111 Tiles-day's N-w M-xlco -T.- .ilV'lNro.1.1" Uo'-.-v-l. 7.2ST. I .ii_'.l- i ..117 all iilh-r slat.-'. 7.1ST. Hear Josh Lee Friday sine- Tli-y have one son. Tnlly Catm-r. an al- i 11UI, iul.t ponnus j i Hf ibi-i' I Missouri -r.u.miii: i "d republican .Mahama Iwo were In Hi i-i criminal court nf app-als Congratulations l-.arly to! Opponent: Hack l I! i Vis. laili-- ot Ih- A.la Tnll AIII-I -Iran hull- .-al, 1 .ou'lsii'itui T-vii's III -nnur-ss. tin, deinoe.Hln mH, (.lilahotna A, cllnch-d a :u IH'.IMIOU- New M'-vlco the s-nale and appeared Arizona SI.IMMI; Callfor- for Iwo-llilnlK conlrol of III" .In-ill. --iii'i-m- eonrl. Hisl. To Washington ..enale i-iniil "f Imp- which on-ti d J.ihnslon. HKI..M1PM flTY. In di-d KNfi.XVII.I.r. T a n-s-. ,i...................... le.'cb-r. was badlv blll-n Al.Til. Calif.. Nm. M n-n..-.. Crabbed a hall b.U and 7 of the I'liil-d Hlal-- d-, iinliu.il enurt. Hist. f-at. d rt.-le.-Mon -inc.. Dshoin proiuis-d IT-idd-nt 111 e pupil-- W n H I" 1 _ Uoos-V-ll lo IIIV--1I lo, f; i: .......1 ini Ih- Illltlieillilte Illtllle. lie was xi.i Ketircs Early Election IJ'i.miU; all oilier males Hi.- lion von lo hear .losli i, and lower Ciillfm nlii. l-Iiujluml HUI'I'-'I i "I'nlver-al S.-r- i Spends Mart ol IJay iiiclml-d In I'. S. In iln- east. liny Hall Tclej-rams 'lalsi rJ.'HHi. Hoover Ibr-e el-eloral in Mia l-'ilday al II o'clock. I i plnia-K-ypllan bmu nlapl- while the democralrt wet- Mr will explain I In-lud-d toliiled I N.-W Vork siml New Jer- of Ih- Am-rican I'VA Th- present chief; exeriill r- I... i.mi UiNilliiry. cost N. Lain-, v.....i.-nn in. ii...... .iioni tin1 1 mini hunian live- :el-el "f Ib- I'lilt-d Mai-.--. na-oM MUft-rtna and nils- flslilna loday. II- .Ini, I..... will tell now l'l-'l will, a d-ln-. pro- l-ourlnu In on him. 11" Tin- d ntb-r 1 and a calf In r-li-allnu. bu! was l.it-r l.ill-d. Thomas (III Responsibilities to Rest on Roosevelt Before Taking Office Is'.. I laiiKlin I Ii l l....i. Immediate inline. u- den i Iml. i 11. llop-l-y Inil i I. seriously boiinlin- hi- ll.mchin i Iml i II. rranlnc Until triiln loniubt to i-lui-n 10 IM TAX lioin -JTIU "til ol mi Ih- liicmne lav bill UIIM- nualn-l. T'onnn-my. I-'--is d mlllinnalres. It nieaii anlybl.u I" him bul v., __1l..o_ In, jillffereii! Ibis time, nnally. h-, ai-o j_ .1 .1.... i... tn lli-'imiflt out of mill th-r-ror- niaK- all pr-l-ml to nnsw-r all hill h.i'l uoml Hm- In PI nnsylvnnla. In siron-ly r-imhllcan riillinl-l- plila him it voln ton-lily I nn.noil h-lnw tliut whl-li pan.' leiiilisrn Hi- ro ci-nemlty count niMiii. i In N-w Kiislaml. MallH' wlil-'i iwaml-i-'J off Iho -rvallnn In wim 1 Cniillnn-il on I'ilKU 5. No. 1) -1! Howiird I It I.i ill. II. Taylor (I fonilh illslrlet Me the While Hnus Si-veral of his aides-, on- of Sl" whom described him as "Hie lii- man In Ameiica." have -il Mr. Ilnnv-r lo Problem, of Greatest Import Face Comm, of Voice of President-F.lect to De All Powerful in Councils K-own I Dl K-mp (Ul 1.- th- Piina- in-i I'-inil I'1'' State IHst. 1 _- has not d.-.-l.l-d nnal'.y Siticklaml Mick 'wlult in do Of His Party. KIKKK Wlltrl WASHINGTON. Nov. The swi-llln tidal whh-li lodav swept I'rankUn I low-ill.! 1 h e U hit voice In I'.irU ji.iw. s-ini. be hacked by 'be preslllellllal w.-aimn to he into his Land. Till-M s'liite ri-pn-.n.illative. Dlst. r-inrns from Ih h-iivv vole In favor of........ I'.bey (in IK rlimiim into th- Honv- Summers ill II'.. _ when Ih- liicom- las bill for ...oo.i. "Ill b- iiuiilnst lI.Ml''.. 111- r.iiicession of 'vlll K.-peal oleci for ...12D. his d-nincral iiu-iilnst 1.002. Total votes cast .S.Ir.s -standard time, last Tin1 lit'innrraur tiruf v n.irri.. maKln- jillfrercn. l-'inally. h-. ..U..I..M.---------------------_------------------------------------.-------- Hoover's Future Attitude Towards Roosevelt Matter of Speculation I.. A. lhl'< tiNtial Ill-it __ ihluis-ir from n 1 BILL --nld :is well as "b-for.- !i o'clocli lasi ul-ht. A. Oliarl-y Stone. I __________ X Now Confr-mmB Nation I of bis son. Tullv Carii-r. i 'the way to his own doiaii ii< pulled up Hi- cov-rs. UOn I winni.i of Lincoln and Wilson When Dcfcnl For Re- Election Appeared Highly Probable. wasli-.l np al-" pr.'-p-cls new iiml un.-ni i.-pnii-.lhlli- to lie linnet upon him h- takes iifflee m-M .Marrh. Itelweeti now. wllll Hie llniml' nf arehilm Ilien when Ih iireM.I-nry And party decision- of Impnrt in lb- ennnlry may be iil- ii-ady lh- c.imiiii; se--inn nt ci.n-ress II all-mpls a-aln. b-.irlii; Hie sears of the el Hoi, on roll-. I" balance Hi- national I" make Virnint illlll-s otluond' mi jd-dv.. s by all to blm on -ttb-r side that noli" During th- Tully 1 _______ e.l iirros-. to his father's 'mm-j M'STIN. NOV. M.-. llonv-r, "bill In control cotton arrcase tin- -l-clinn lo Mr. j r-ieine-w i- mtrodiired In Hie house of and ynn." In the I'M- today. It; "Thai's what I'd I.....n Ity .IAMKS Cdl'i: UrllrO WASIllNCTdN. Nov. 'J. tblB rami'iiiKii. wliirli are fr- I'r. sld-n. Hnnve, H l.aml If l" iCnnlln'.ied on Nn.' I 'tnidsl of a stlrrlnK lit n-H-lnti Uei ana a-ii of Hie winter I nie-l In In th. natl.m ImiiKry or to shape Hie In tb- bill'T winte.- inontlis ah.ail. What form I III leader of his vie- will take t f torious parly, affirmed by Imll- ealed maJ.irltleH thai MaBK.-r m- Oovi-rnor Itoo-ev-ll a In D-cemher; development of l.-e i Continued on I'JIKO S Number 3) NKW I'll .-.Ident-i-lert Franklin II. lloo-evelt today ?enl lb- f'll- lowlu; I" rre-ld-nl Htiover.iil Palo Alto. Cal.: appreciate your cener- nus lel.-sraiu fnr Hi- Inimedl- iiie as w-ll us fnr the more dislant futiiie. I join III your uraciims of a cotn- inon purpose hi helpful elfnrt for our country.'' .mir-' v.iiiild crop rotation and ..aid the vie- L Slanford n The imblle was mil even nf Ili-m nnlll Intii; afl-r. u MoM il-f-nl-il prenlili'iitn nl- illHr-saril-il Ib-lr nuec In......dlalely ifflce. pnwl'.'. on I'a3e S. Numlierj)
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