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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - July 28, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE AD A WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1932 Walton and Rogers Sweep State Figure* Almost Complete Give Walton Lead of DI HT TH IAIRFPK 6,000 Over Shaw; Rogers Swept Into ilLUI IU IIIILUIl Congress by Landslide f GARNER RESTS AT TEXAS RANCH DI DEUTH LIST OF Franklin, Summers, Beck and Collins Go Down In Tuesday’s Runoff Primary Heavy Voting KHI TO MIE Hastings and McKeown Nominated; Swank Red Citator* Sought to Start Only Member of Congress Running    Runs    by    Circulating    False Behind Opponent    Rumors OKLAHOMA ( ITV. July 27—(AP)—J. C. (Karin* Jack) I ONE ARREST 0R0ERE0 Walton, deposed governor plowed than 6.000 votes ahead! |ntercppted Letter Gives Details today in hts newest comeback to drive toward democratic nomination as corporation commissioner of Oklahoma over A. S. J. Shaw, former State treasurer. As Will Rogers, the school teacher, sat back and watched his enormous majority for congressman-at-large grow over Mrs. Of Operation of Red Gang PONTIAC, Mich.. July 27 (.Th of letters and other in a botel room here the existence of a - Seizure document cai group designed to undermine j country started mid- t Mabel Bassett, state s charities commissioner, interest swung to > ren,,~ campal^n” by a radi other run-off primary contests. Although Air* Johnston., Okmulgee oil man. was not “ 2! *'law ^areement agenes* on behind the veteran democratic representative, W. NX. Hastings, L ,a roil today fur the ringleader in the Second district, he sent Hastings a pledge of support, j of t o    said the letters re- Meantime. another democrat!* incumbent, Rep. I IL Swank. ’ vi . j(,d ihat George Rowland, wlio climbed within striking distance of O. B. Mothersead, who had j canu ll*^{^etore conducting brin leading consistently in the I ifth district.    campaign    against    banks    in    mitt    I    not*. Indiana. Ohio and Michigan. Party afternoon return* Frank Plant*, former terr governor, ahead of Halle? It tin* First dihtt ie! R. [*ublici( >. regional nom in a t ion. R* p Mrk.'own kept .1 h ad in the «’ r .* I Ic* Fourth district lac* I un XI rid ae. Senator Kisser Thomas, erat and Wirt Franklin, rt can oil man, ap papen11' general election tick* t atonal contect without (iii said, are ii lieu t ho * I? oil I How I itiididiit***• Stand OKLAHOMA ( ITV, July t.p Comi*lete. unofficial r* from the Fifth t today gave O former State *, h; mi v 7 role lea* ct.11 ic conk ! «**►»' over Rep F. Kl. From 4 25 j*r I n:.0; Ss I * tilted State* era t Ic, Ti loiui Con Hoover Appoint* Atlee Porn erene Member of Finance Corporation ret urn distric 31 mo 11 WASHINGTON. Ji President Hooter, Democratic leader, responsibility for tin law although lo* Itll! majority of Democrat Reconstruction lion. That was the five Rainer of s r* action announce enc. fori r 27.—LF? th* house in*t doll ie new* relief select * d a, to run the Finance corpora- up Ho Poi wav Represent a Illinois aiimm.-d ,la' to Hip White11* '>*• I' ll eat that Atlee <’ lier Democratic stat I 4 I I I IM -rat i< I ic itor from Ohio, had been v< ten for one of the two remain- ti places on the corporation's w no! Other directors, the?’ scattered over the country, eircu-ating rumors against banks. Apparently warned by a conred* rate, Rowland did not return to bis hotel room as ofticmls waited for him. An order was issued for his arrest, and all law-enforcement agencies in the large cities of the midwest "ere asked to cootie rate. PONTIAC. Mich., July -*- 7J (p Stat* police sent out ordetsj today for the direst of Row!md on a charge he rh* Detroit agelt of rii ,ji which planned a social revolution by tin rumors attacking *t I.., by ilks in the country. Th* * rs said that a raid of Row botel room here vest elated the ramifications > plot. t, ira police, tit ion tere for sevi led th** raid T Nation Stunned by Sinking of Training Ship in Squall THIRTY-SEVEN RESCUED Officers Not Blamed For Unexpected Blow; Survivors Taken Ashore Here is the Garner family, with “Speaker Jack" taking it mighty easy during vacation days, on the front lawn of the Garner home, Uvalde, Texas. Seated, left to right, Mrs. John N. Garner, Speaker Garner, Genevieve Garner. 9-yeaj-old granddaughter, who is a favorite fishing companion of the speakers, and Mrs. Fully C. Garner, ____ daughter-in-law. The Garners’ only son, Tully, is standing behind ja~d ►his mother. KIEL, Germany, July 27.—L-P» A group of buoys signifying tragedy bobbed on the surface of Kiel bay today over th** spot where 69 German naval cadets rowed yesterday when the old tilree masted windjammer Niobe, used as a training vessel, went down in a squall. The 69 youths were trapped at their desks in the schoolroom j between the decks when the I Niobe sank in a twinkling in ll fathoms of wat**r. Only Six of those below decks saved themselves as the Barkentine plunged. Thirty-seven in all were saved, including the captain, his lieutenant, 17 of tlie j crew and Ik cadets. They werej rescued by the steamer Theresa Puss, which was nearby. The Niobe was a war prize. Originally she was a four-master was reconditioned for a Pontotoc County Picks Winners In States Races, Majority Going to Thomas, Rogers and Walton Official tabulation of the results of Tuesday’* runoff primary election made no changes in the relative position of the candidates as announced in the unofficial totals compiled I ues-day night by I he News. Addition of the returns from Jesse came in this morning to boost the totals of all candidates, and several absentee ballots arriving in the morning mail contributed their bit to the final totals of votes cast. The election brought out a vote in Pontotoc county which swept into the discard all preceding high vote totals, 10,893 being cast in the sheriffs race between L. E. franklin and Clyde Kaiser. In only one of the county votes previously announced was there any change beyond addition of absentee ballots. Bill Summers picked up I 0 votes in the recheck of the returns. *    .hss**    Vote iii Late Several Major Companies, Formerly Losing, Make Gains George acted a radical circulation of number of SUFFER LOSSES J. P. PUCE HERE TULSA, July 27.—LT>—While the way is long and th** path tortuous the oil industry is showing through its mid-year statements and unofficial releases that training ship. For two years shelit actuajly \H advancing in spite was commanded by Count Felix 1decreased consumption and Von Buckner, dubbed “tile Sea Devil’’ for his exploits during tile J war. 1 Tile catastrophe Is the third of 'its kind to overtake tile navy. On iffic tai the 'Nov. 14, 1861, the school shit* j Amazone sank off Holland and „    —    ,    _    __    1145 were lost. On December 16, - Ottawa Conference Considers Several ( lose Races hor I own- 1^00, Hi** Gneisenau was rammed Plan Which May Damage    ship    Offices    Over    County    near Malta with a loss of in '    ,    -p    j    j drowned. American Interests    I    uesaay __    _    -- I    Captain Issues I lei tort OTTAWA, Ont., July 27.—(T»    Soy* raj spirited races devel-f of more than IOO °iH‘<i in Tm sdays primary The future Wall u t, DI lf*, ** 0.49! d 1 re* pt orate in ti Roo sex** It TI tip ii PJI min tn lent s a ve D* mo 'said 1 hat letti *rs ' c rac # four iii r* ■ • tor.* il© desig- h'ize d in the land r ; nation of a R ejniblic; in for the tTiat Ro" lui last post mil bring ti 1 * ir nuin- < ircti latioi 1 of I , ber to til 1 rec T*ank » in Illinois I R ai iicv sa i d Pome r< ie was a land Midi igan ail cut “man «*f u n lestione d ability,” b« * 11 inn trutn* 1 bul add* (I: a gait fist ti ae F i rst There Un’ t anv pi tion about |$f* |*4 * II. Marmon of who directed an in-,f Rowland's activi- val days ami1 American branch plants in Can on his room! ada. representing a h*avy Invest Eiptel yesterday, meat may be jeopardized by tm and telegrams P^n of “empire content sub J,.    mttted be a sp-etal committee. -aid established ..F i; Content” is the per lee-1 Capt. Mu* lier of the ll 4 .Hi < ic Mi 24 404 4 4 it a rids OI Hi st responsibility for the existing \ lief law. The* president has I his own way about the kind i relief law he should have. I I fails, the responsibility will h<* Ibis. II** can t dodg*• it II** vetoed directed the rumors against indiana. Ohio that he had [ in attacks National Rank room was en-,,1 ter*d and documents seized. Mural. orders for th** arrest mjn hut did not return it of 1 centage of empire materials o~ labor which an article must contain to qualify for customs entry under empire preferential tariff rates. At pr-sent, with certain exceptions in individual instances, the standard of empire content that capacity, I. ?-6 now is 50 per cent in Canada Walter I * and New Zealand. 7 5 per cent in canipai-n Australia and 25 per cent in the by pollin steamer 1 ti on between candidates for jus-jTherese Buss reported to port tic,, of th*1 peace or constable. authorities today how he rescued in some townships of Pontotoc the 37 men floundering in the county.    sea    after the Niobe keeled over. Several eliminated all opposi-J “It was 2:30 p. rn., and the tion in the    first    election three    weather    was good,"    he said.“The weeks ago to reduce the number * DO X (German flying boat) had of contests to be settled yester-; just passed over us. We mad** day.    I    out the sailing vessel off the In Ada,    J.    D. Willoughby    port side, clinch* <1 nomination for justice; “After we began signaling I of the peace    Me.    2, defeating T. 'noticed    a black    cloud squall O. Cullins, a former official in    creeping down on    th** ship. At to 1,606. I the same instant the wind whippy made good his ped to the strength of ‘nine’ and for constable No. I'ship turned over. l.P2x to Gaston Dis-j “We put around and raced for LU w< uotel. Marmon believes j    Free    state,    the    United    rn    uh    c’s    1.39 7, when official r®~(tbe scene. During the dash to ' 4 21 if of 317 the Garner relief h Pom erene. the s is wan led *d bv a confederal! turns were tabulated. ulenf sai ti Ta Harr rind ! 4 2 4 ratio! . 21C Hell 6 ll* will be elected chairman ol $n,ROU,OOO.One corpora Hon’-hoard which now lines up like Continued on Page ti, Xii. 4 FAMILY NEAR WACO, i TEXAS. POISONED Kingdom and ^outh Africa. What the conference may I about a blanket increase in j required percentages or in special    justle* restrictions on selected articles is’With a von against    banks    and    that    t ^ ^rv real concern to th** A mer-    .Jo*,    xii** vs    won the    nomination    boats    to    aid. ber    of    subordinates    wore    J jcan branch factories in Canada    for justice    in Stonewall    town-J    “At    the    si and to American business inter land Marmon said that the letters} showed that Rowland was one of several regional directors of attack a numb working under his Itll, middle west. particularly !    the    spot, 1 ordered all    hands to Jo    in .Midland    township    Mr.    Gaar    pre;/are th** lifeboats for launch- he    pulled ahead    of    Bob Reives for    jng    and as soon as we    got there of the    peace    and    won    all    the crew save the    cook and >f 403 to 550. I myself went over the side in same tim** the boats Jesse’s vote in some cases cot down the lead of winning candidates, in others made the difference more marked. The close races In several contests indicated how hard the candidates have worked, and f* w successful offlceseekers ran away with their races. The sheriffs race, which was the most spectacular among the county campaigns, brought nomination to Clyde Kaiser, woo edged out with a majority of 163 votes over Sheriff L. E. Franklin. Official returns gave Kaiser 5,528 and Franklin 5,365. Two of the closest races on record here were those staged by Milton Garner and Joe Beck for county clerk ami flies Rob-difficulty in rationalizing prodeo- erts and A. A. Caldwell for coun-tion and refinery operations. tv commissioner No. I. In some instances the better-1 Garner, who in the past served Blent is shown merely    through a    two terms in    the office, came decrease in losses    and    not    hack Tuesday    to upset Reck s through profits.    j campaign. Reek is present holder The recent statement of Phil- of the office. lips Petroleum Co., of Bar.lee-,    (ianttr-lterk    Clow Ville, Is an example TM- firm r    0arner „ vo„. of s>30$ bettered loss for the first half of    19321 „    . ,    . . .    .    _ ne* v    ai was $812,491.82, hut    this    was    f ,j H    °’*’    y actually $1,861,661.36 h’ss than na‘‘°18- th** deficit for corresponding pe- Caldwell seriously threatened rind of 1931.    Roberts’ hold    on the Office he \n actual profit of $2,324.- now occupies, and not until all 430 50 was shown for the second the boxes were in did Roberts’ quarter of this yea**, a consider-’ dim h-ad appear safe. He won able part of which was, however, by 46 votes, polling 2.1 a1 to a non-recurring profit occasioned Caldwells 2,Ina. bv the purchase at present price Truman Harrison easily won levels and retirement of almost, renomination over VV. V. Stan-11 500 OOO In company bonds. field, polling 6.158 to Stanfields A B Reosor, president of 4.198, for county attorn*-/. Har-Barnsdall Oil Gorp., said hts rison I*! the entire ticket in company’s mid-year statement, to total votes won. be released next week, will show Mrs. Della Redford finished its position improved by approx!- ? well out ahead of Rill Summerly matelv $1.445.i»oo over the mid- court clerk, with 5,654 vote.* to year condition in 1931.    Summers’ 4.848. Other companies of the Mid- Fred McCoy retained his do-f’outinued on Page h. No. A j cislve lead over Charles    Grind- 4,    ______ j staff for    county treasurer, iii* {majority    of 2,102 being    one of Hie most    impressive won    In the Tuesday election her**. He secured 6,124 to Grlndstaff’s 4,022. George Collins lost his place on th*- hoard of county commisslon-—UTR from District 2. Charley John-VV ASHING ION, July «<    .11 son’s 2.007 votes being sufficient Senator Bingham, (IC, ( onn. 1 n »to overcome Collins’ 1,893. NOT TO BE MISLED direction VV ;er 24 Win dis Val- I a em defeated result laden ot I poi sol nominal- 'mixed 1 rt justle iii. a (Kborn ami Ha * Ie** OKLAHOMA CITY. J ll*. -Monroe Osborn, Pi Ie?*, attorney, apparent)? District J ut! ct John It 1 Ardmore for democratic Ion for stat*' supreme co in District Five, lute ta hula ti* revealed tod*?*. In District One, Wa yin Bay! defeated E A Summers for democratic nomination I MAH I; WD D VIGH I KR IXJ! HFD IX i’OMJ*IOX|“! DUNCAN, July 27 James Middleton. 70, a farmer living pear her** was killed and hi* daughter. Mrs. Eugene Duke, 26. va* probably fatally injured when their automobile collided with a VV \( Two I f * \ *1! IM* fig all? J Ut V St. d**ad a tic of their it! today food wit) -cr — RPV en family as a w hic h Chicago moi Cleveland. Telephone conversations from - ferns within tile empire Rowland's hotel room, which were tapped by detectives, Marmon said, showed the method of operation of the ring. Agents th* ring. going into a new * • cliv, sc Ineat I director) cur**d the names of prom-i,sin**ss men from the city called them by tele- 1 n j a ml to American business inter- ship by polling 561 votes to 446 were railed from Fehrman lightorganizations, warned them *n jests supplying products to be fin- }or Lee* damper.    J    ship    nearby. I can’t ’ ished by dominion or other con-1 cooper of Midland township 1 long it wa> won a narrow decision over lier-(the catastrophe until our arrival. There is a notion among the g* r for constable, the vol** being hut it wasn’t long. All the delegates that the percentage of 4<to to STT.    I    Niche    s officers were lost except empire content should be uni-:    Brl    vt    tts secured nomination the captain and first mate, form among the dominions and for constable of Fitzhugh town- “Our boats kept plying back colonies with excepted item- hip by defeating Etcbleftou 528 jend f0rth, picking up men from where necessary.    I    to    392.    the    water. Some of them had I In District 3, D. B. Davis held Minor changes resulted In addition of absentee votes in the state and national rar**s. and the standing of the competing candi- A sub-committee was appointed yesterday to consider the coni- tean Ii Bran-were \jured ms in wa von east of D alg bt. Richard Barish and R. C non of Berne!!, who als ridinu in the car were slightly as were three per the wagon. - ... + — -University of Michigan t»*ts are studying plant H*e fringes of Green laud glaciers TTiev hope to determine by their studies whether o* not we are emerging from an ice age or entering Into one. I tell, i I Mrs «a rf . jill that physi ight die. Th* her children recover. Att inYO'tig;5 belief that gi which had be* kitchen shelf ack* had been in a hatch o pared for the day. One of t year old girl, dough. was believed t< I have I ice 1 accidentally. K. url Non ma: d Jack Norma in, 9, < Jiei gilt at th© ho rn* of t bel 1). 1. Normal 1. near Ax 1 Mela man cc mn tv. Norman, a ha b?' girl an n year old bf n were s oldie tanks nd warned them that the . parative advantages of: their money was j in an unsound ared 11 and th cha ne** in whir deposited was condition. Th* names of firms and individuals bavin u large accounts in th* First National Bank here w* r* found in list- seized in the ey; rai(i on Rowland’s room. Vt T to j wlt J I. High empire content With wit! BIK IT WILLIS, TEXAS. ROBBED Iliad to swim for an hour before we got them. Only six of th** I group that was attending class I survived. They had been studying the theory of navigation.” Tragedy Appalls Th VVI! I IS    Texas    July    27__4Jpl—    A realization that the sinking First*    State    hank    of    Willis    °f the Niobe was Germany’s greatest naval disaster since the w’ar cam*- today with knowledge of the full extent of the tragedy. the appalling loss of life was ion led to the iss hopper poison 1 in a sack on a lear the cornmeal mixed bv mistake corn bread pre-noon meal yes!erie children, a 12-bad mixed the exceptions doxvnard. 2. I/ow empire content exceptions upward. Rritish industrialists want an increase in the British empire content rate. They argue that it , is not high enough to prevent wa* robbed today of between 1 bif*»r t cmI ill signed * American manufacturers tending $3,000 and $4,000 by two young initials only, included some I P*rU lo Canada, assembling them lm«.n who tied in an automobile. *ndin> Rowland for s_ riut I UUU    uiu.-*uni    »    axer v. mc «■*»***    —* --- - -- s ticaiiy two-thirds of one >*ear class of future naval officers perished. Flags on naval buildings throughout the nation were at half mast. With an oil patch on the sea American business leaders    h~~Mr«    Gillette,    dy-    continually    fed    from    the    Niobe s were quoted here as advising cau- letters today to officials of repeal . , .    -•    , 1    ,,    .    "Vi    I    his lead over John Hall, winning say how j to he mislead by the democratic .    ( limn of prohibition platform and to ascer-1 * tain the views of congressional I candidates before extending them J support.    t Jctti'rs!* li'inc*ham * tSldCw^^T- ‘™»}"**    39    announced men more republicans bad always *ar i.-r by The New,. voted to chance the prohibition Senator Elmer Thoman heM bln laws than democrats In conure.,; advantage oyer Comer Smith in until th*- recent senate vote to the country, polling 5.041 votes take up th*-Glass resolution which to Smith’s 4,311. Bingham said was based more on the republican than the democratic platform. This amendment.*’ Bingham I » in a Canadian branch factor/, c. A, Johnson, business man-.    .    .    e..    ‘    and    shipping the finish**d prod-    ager of the bank,    and    L. R. Rad- added to by the fact that prac campaign agal rn-?    hank*    in    a    -    uct    Qreat Britain under Brit- * dock. the cag ier,    were locked in cag**, Marmon said.    rt"    preferential    rates. And if the the vault. NI. W. Thomas, a custo- nrted on the progress of work    rate    Q{    25 per cent were mer. chanced in shortly after the in other cities, and some told inrreased t0 the Canadian rate robbery, heard the cries of Pad- of 50 per cent, they have pointed    dock, got helper**    and    dug a hole out.    Canadian labor would bene-    through a -dde of    the    vault to refit in proportion.    base    Paddock and Johnson. leaders!    - *clen e *1 »J *"? r San Frau C Tm k rot one T01 - Pi ■val M. R. of ire cousin «*i j mea n . the king of Siam, doesn t want to b* called “prince.* Arriving to study at Cornell, he explained he wanted to t»e democratic. “I don’t like to Ie' burdened. ’ he said, “with a title.** of the difficulties in carrying through a program elsewhere. Letters written by Rowland hut not yet mailed also were taken. These, Marmon said, ask-wi for reports on the progress of campaigns and suggested of procedure. Th dolla thor. »re is no question that the of today goes much far-The trouble is that it goes so far, reach. that It’s usually out of Pittsburgh—Mrs tion in Canadian branch factor! s |r-- begged    . .    . with lest those which merely assembl- h**r 5-y* ar old sou, JohnBi«; with American parts across the border find their costs jeopardized ny' lad the possibility of an economic..over conference putting into effect (hotaer, still alive, continues to lower Am^rican-Canadian tariffs beg that “Johnnie zn with me. as a result, perhaps, of a gen-i But Johnny cannot. He has gone Continued on Tag© 6, No. 5 Jon ahead. in delirum to take motor room and a ring of buoys marking th© spot where the ship went down preparations for sal raging her began. Authorities abandoned all hope that any of those od the ship might have been rescued by Lapland fishermen or reached shore by swimming. in death. Doctors sent the out to play. He wandered to the railroad tracks. His Mr Known Gains Congressman Tom D. McKeown Increased his lead with a major- said. referring to the Glass pro- R    Totes    at    Jess**, bringing posal. “is th** worst possible] straddle. It is a deceitful straddle, j (Dontinned on Page 0, No. I) It is worse than the republican J    —— *    - k«!2? Ussr dw*not Referee Begins Check of Income the republican plafform did not pretend to stand for straight repeal and this does.’  -—4r-----— ROAD WORK MAY KM Pl .OY 250,(KN) MKN CHICAGO, July 27.—CP)—The T*    r% I ax Petitions OKLAHOMA CITY. July 27— CP* -AV. D. French, state supreme federal appropria-jcourt referee charged with super- $120,000,000 —     ------ tions to aid states in highway! vision of a check of Governor construction is expected to turn- Murray’s Initiative income tax Uh 250 000 men with 30 hours petitions, said today he expected of work each week for ll the inquiry would get under way ,    jlate this afternoon. rn,"’    „    revealed    in a na-    The court authorized the check, This was    reveal    o    in a na 1 ^ John Cariock    of the Citizens tional snrxey w ..    Ilf    »League had protested sufficiency that highway construction would|of ^ pf,tit|ong ThPy w„re h<ijd he tripled In many state? by tr,#* 1Jsufficient by Secretary of State federal appropriations. The stat** g„eed. mud match    them    in    order to’’ -—4-- benefit by    the    government’s*    Greatest results    for ’he amount action. I- invested—News. Classified Ada. ;