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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 30, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII SESSION TUKE UP BUSINESS Convention Called to Order at Noon; Barkley Deliver* Keynote Addrest PROM WH ASSAILED ROOSEVELT HH FLY TD WACO ALBANY, N. Y.» June 29.-■ y*5— \ trl-tnot* r< *1 airpkin*, fueled anti with two crack pilot* standing by( waited at the Albany airport today to fly Governor Franklin I). Roosevelt to th** Chicago democratic national con- V « fit KOI. Tin- j»lar»<* wa - to Ie* used, it wha understood, in tin- event the governor received the presidential nomination and decided to address the convention. ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1932 OPENS FIRE ON G. O. P. RECORD NUMBER 14 Fight Coming Over Resubmission or Recommendation For Repeal ii! he governor plans for Iv laugh- <! ions jok* na rim ak* d regarding of th*- plane, and repeated a a tout using a By in BON HUCK * A (»*•# iiMrd I'rt-*- S*«lf W*1*f A I HI- AGO -TAHH M. Jon* * I an it j. ilei lion I Iona wit ll im i ring in a torh Him and rep* a1. i eon vs a Pena f»n i ti** sn *' .I a ti tit* ll I ti’* \ it hong ii hkcrn took I V*-Ty erin lo em iii bl i iig * | * TO posit old bd a bat ,, i a 11 * to cor J* 9 * at <1 d* mon-trat it** la ill ba ted t Im f- asked for prohibi Im* democratic na* * ion Im*gun today ti peaceful enough The ships cruising > [•< * -I or 1300 in ll* * an hour affords the N« w Yo* k governor opport ii nit y to r« ach Chicago flout Albany vvHi under * igilt hours. Both Louisiana and Minnesota Contests Decided on Floor WALSH EXPECTED TO WIX Second Test of Strength Coming on Election of Permanent Chairman , CHICAGO FT MUHM, .lune *jv ( p Ti»c Boo-* v* It delegati on ti ms Minnesota was seated by a majority i nu- today in the <b mocratic national convention. ire ring or < lh* IFK** tem poi ary ntion a > if I lo ir I til *lo t hit dr d with filii rove t - \ | evi It ma a* | control ol | ;et»cy, the I support on a w ay wit!» 11 < i in I ii a t i n m , Roff .Jo rn- iif them to cfm Ag the project - ii than permit th*. to a doubtful d t it* tie IU) j bl lit. I cm ion tomorrow, Conf- i an' * s on thi* ques* i«*n proceeded among knots of delegate- on tin floor and behind iii# scenes a I th** convention w* tit tin < tug ti a pi av Iou sly abreed on program of prelim Ina rv or* .a in /a t Iou Th** only chan? •• II .-tiM'd t** 'a a - I < • - * <l \ .row t i j of Insurgency In the Boos* velt j ranks. M» nut nu*-, as one speaker another, including John J. koh, th* national chairninii S<nator AIben Barkley of Kentucky* th** keynoter, asked tor ii prohibition chan'-* , ** developed t ital a floor fight on that question. t«*o. wa a in prospect. Senator Walsh of Massachusetts. un Al Smit Ii support at. said he vv on id take to tin* convention ii - .lf a plank c*»inniit ling tho p.trf > to i • p< .ii. not mt'M iv sa•*’ miaul on Ka Soh * < spoil*.ii of « repeal! submission plank wan contain**! J in a -iii iris* p***a-a. preceding I tint of t In* k* > not* r. ll-    de- eland th* tim* had come to do «;\v.»v with til*' I* igii of the dry I a w a Bat kl* v. bing a pnihlhitionist, mat}* almost the* game recommendation in th* c*iursi of a k* ynote * p • t-b which also asked for lower ta * it:    rat*    s    and coml- inned i > publican “blundering**    at Wa (Iiitiglon. univ n I• w formalities, aside from that, were before lb*1 con* v • ntion ai its on*ming    mn The dele*.flea afiprov. *1 a I * iii -pot a rv abit! of officers hy aecia-i tation» set lip arui work its platform, aud rule committees, Smith, Albert (Litchi Davis, Hairy Byrd, McAdoo. X it all.« Hill manv others as (lev i Im ir (daces on I Im- t i*•-1. neil t** I Ii*' read In. ; i Hun v first Inaugural Mlogetlier. it Was SHE FOR FUR Offr*»s Land For County r, C ommittce Fjt amines I h oposals STADU M, June 2k. Ti * supporters of Frank -IEoii * velt won by tit- nar-«.t margins tlieir first test <i* mocratic conv * ut ion teal mg Huey Long s Lo u ltd-U iation and moving along sh*- election «if th** Hooka - ( t    'I im '.t;« J ■ Klans for seeurii *nt location far th were discussed at * iii the office of the .1 H Hill, Monday (J * * n«* rn I int* -if tit fair IK-*;*** ll..ii* I •g, a per man-; • county fair! meeting h**ld * ounty agent, night, t in til** matter! Bion was bidi-1 LEW WENTZ TUES TO HASTEN COURT ACTION Wells Dies Instantly, Oliver Passes Monday Morning At Hospital CAH LEAVES HIGHWAY Reported Herbert Williams, Driver, Injured Undetermined Extent OKLAHOMA CITY, June 28.-pl* Attorneys for Lew Wentz. J ousted by Governor Murray from th** highway commission, were    _ A""* «"d M“k* Sur«*rise Ilion over the commission post as; I soon as briefs have been filed | supporting th*> claim of Miss i Maude O. Thomas, appointed by * the governor to succeed the oil man. Miss Thomas has 30 days to file her briefs. The Went* briefs, filed yesterday, argued that th-' j constitution should bt* amended. j if th** removal order is upheld. His attorneys urged an early decision, asking th** court either to. I Instruct the district court to re- Move and Accomplish Aim Without Bloodshed CONSTITDTIOH GRANTED Much Distress Among People; High Taxes Cause Bad Feeling BANGKOK, Siam. Juno 24. -(.I’*    \ constitutional moan achy instal** Wentz or to Issue an „ _ «»umi0h«iI *» sinai today order direct Iv r* instating * ll I in. •CHf*'d itl I I .'JU ut * ii i Yanoss, Boff a with a t;ik«’ th*' 1 rn un By. land ti- * mid ( rhiti H«*fr <1* door of pfp'-*i t*. i Im attend!* ne f rom Franc} lent a in co I of KIL Boff •tied f* land, begat* -th** * It am mon Ada. Stop and Boff, trong d»d< a1 that y fair to • O'. J • !>' t -I or a fair accord iii is at cit v. wit! t ban wall. CHICAGO —Uh— Un D. row* st in the day, s* ; ana d«* toward ‘ \ Ht-backed Senator Walsh of t Montana a permanent convention j ' chairman, I Til- vote on the Louisiana con-i < t **h i was: f*»t the L*»ng delegation,! I; against til** Lone delega- i I lion, ".14 1-2. Oklahoma cast its 22 vote." against til** Long delega- ; , t ion. \» ch - *-rs. boos, ant! torrents of I debut# ma fed across the conve»-1 lion floor, arni Roosevelt scouts js*urri**d everywhere, the Louisi-ana cont* -1 was pressed to victory with almost the solid support of th* N< vv Yorker's convention ma-,    , ,    ,    ,    ,    , ..ins a few who broke over crats to deliver the keynote address, recounting *r r«‘»*» 't*H»*li*V ’n I*...I Ai Randell Wells. 22. was killed ( instantly and Wilson Oliver, 19,, received injuries which proved j fatal when an automobile in which I they were riding crashed on a turn j •just south ot Konawa S irlav | | morning about I o'clock. Wells I neck was broken. I Herbert Williams, said *o ’lave I been the driver of th** car. today • was reported suffering from injur-| lies th** extent of wrote Ii laid not j I been fully determined. Fun**ral services announced by ’ Criswell Funeral ll nu** ate as fol lows: For Randell Wells, at the home, j 1000 West Main, Monday after- ; WASHINGTON, June 29. el*' i noon at 2:30 o'clock; for Wilson |Tht, s‘,imt0 today sent th** fifth I Oliver, at tho chapel of Hie fun- <Qf {hv {en annuaj 8Uppiy bills to, jeral home at 4:30 o clock Monday*^^ whit** House, approving afternoon.    ...    I    without u record vote th** eon-* *.    V™    I    I*,    r    fer**iico report of E. W. Wells, was horn in I lanolin. Ark. Survi\in: relatives IIC his par* Hts, his w idow, a small Conferees Near Agreement on Unemployment Relief Bill ! without u fercnce report o«MA independent priation hill. lh** $9*2.000,-offices appro- Ii-lit Un -legation would hat com-* give th** ground.! lo the1 Iii* very h wat*-r a bul 4 joritv. | 'n flout flu* opposition rank; of the ; mcnts anc| aims 0f the party favorite sons. With whatever eff« ct it may j liavc < ntually on Roosevelt's bid for lh* presidential nomination. bord* r. \    numb- r '*1    (Et** Roff    no n sai«t Ilia! if t h* «» :**r is acc* pl* -I tlo v    will h* ii* «    r«ct buildings. ll*u*. ' v* r. I b* \ hai*1 I bey ar** {working in full cooperation wild jill- county tail board, asking (only    t bit I their    proposition    and ’sit**    Im* cohsid-    r* d along    with ot Ii*■ rs. Th** cliv of AH* *i bad pi* »i*ms- 1*1 iii Iv o!!*-;-*d fair. \ coml ar- V A. Lr Solomon and Vanes-! ami VV was appoint'd «*m! tracts of h*-en sn slim lid ti* th** I iv - laud for a *. whoa*- m«‘mbers lea **i \da, Carl S. ll. l/»w** of . W. Brie* of R*iff, to investigate s<*\-land v! bidi hav <]    , a n -1 to I *M*Olll county fair board lh- nm tit tin* tide appeared rather impressive, to*>. toward the •election of Senator Walsh over Joliett Shoos*-, of Kansas, the di*»*C(* «»i tin opposition. Tin H*ll call r»ii lh*- Louisiana A'ont* . t «|t v**1ojh (1 hcvctal angry ai Mini* lits, particularly iii the del* • ation Mom Iowa and th** District *ji Columbin. When Pennsylvania finally tipped th** balancing •ca . With th** needed votes Sen-a: ot Dim; jumped to his fi*i*t on in chati and waved the Louisiana .fat-* standard high at th** center -ii a m ar-riotous celebration. “Till rn a Roosevelt test,” said; Long. “this in-ans Walsh's elect- j ion anti Roosevelt's Domination. I Roosevelt will get at least .IO» moi** than we did.” Immediately, !>- hind the Louisiana contest cam*** •Ail*’ lrcun Minnesota, and then th* i batt Ie over the chairmanship. Jem* s-1 Ada and Wells, of Via. and Mis. Fllen Ben-' Ini field of Oklahoma City, The j brother is Robert Wells, Ada i Wilson Oliver lied M* aday j iii a had J urn* 29. —-t.n Congressional conferees on the . j was quiet. was established in after a sudden but brief revolution in which univ one titan was killed. The army and navy r* balled without warning and the city was taken completely bv surprise as mutinous troops poured into ti**' streets afoot and In militay tanks. A number of them ha*! machine guns. The re bela invaded the palace and captured several in em hers of the royal family, a number .if cabinet ministers and other high government officials whom they Imprisoned I ii the building. The navy chiefs sent a warship to Huahin where King Pra-jadhipok and Queen Ramhat were spending a hoU#%y. The leader of that expedition was or de red to bring the monarch aud hts consort hack to Bangkok. Th** mass of th** people apparently took no part in th** movement and in th** main the city , daughter, four sisters and a bro- WASHINGTON, Senator Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky, chosen by the Demo-jther The sisters are Mrs the achieve-! ..^l0inVs,on' Via.    182,300,000.000 democratic uneni ploy men t r* Ii* t hill cam** clos* i ^    appoints    the ministers and to an agreement today, with    *Hs-    ;|jj    other    high gov*    Aliment cession centering    around    1 ll*‘I officials    and    he    may    remove mottling    at    3    o'clock in a local I *500,000.0fl® public    works    pro-    t,u.m    wh,M„.v<»r    ho    semi fit. Th-'re hospital,    to    which    hi la t (i d to cr- d* lit la Is ch. at*ai \* • , J->h ii W \\ 11 Ii i III ti. Xiii* rn v a 1**1 app* ai * <1 in floor, a 1**1 J* r- proposit ion aider th*- most and* s. Th*- committee Talon to their fair a which the) coii-'ii i ta hie from all D to board. report DIEL WOULD SAVE IE • if oh . with color a ii*! ii* . Apian*** of Ms hero* s to * ling Ms r- a1 cont * ox **r» a -* * uiiii- iv univ* i - ii iia V e IAH* COH V Milt 1*01 tea 1. t ie* from m i if a*. session a v with it -moth--s under urge I«» day. at r it 11| am I a I ii g I m-% toil fill IC X G (I. .tun*' 27. <r» Striking a Ka harmony win t It*’ strife ti* erat ic nation* hied t a st ,*> I ii t il tin* fast spurring I tons holding t against a st iii de tug opposition Kamas* veil men plat form* faking organization, chili fortt j on * vei \ note of tem poi ar) ihey gir*l* *i for j!“ c* a nn*( tile Demo 1 contention ass**iii-stadluin witfi Roosevelt le-** whip hand (a rat a i v resist- swarmed the *a\ * f temporary aine a w id-* ma commit!* **, ami i’rcparc to Pave M»>r<* oil I ligh-way 19; Grading I ast on Highway Ii W«irk it .oing 'Headily f,,r-w trd iii ms' pluc-*« in Pontotoc county on stat** highway *•*anst r net ion. !!><!. (binstruciion company of Find is preparing to pa va* : miles from th*’ end * * f pa* log <*n Highway I'* through .stonewall th* emmy line. Hvd- i* installing Til" cm-her *s|* •-f o* I «* w * > rn** wilt haul the chat from th fortifying themselves on every side against th** desperate onslaught they mn-t face when the big quadrennial show t * al Iv gets down to business, probably to-morrow Outw a'dl*, th** coni‘ tit ion t**«»k no not** of Bs promised tron-tdes, (tow• v« r much they were In the hidden thoughts of delegates and leaders Xccordlng to custom. only til** cut and dri*d formall-tl* s were *m the calendar f->r optming da>. Their huh spot was the keynote sp* mc Ii by S* nator Alpen Barkley, th* big-framed, big - voiced Kentuckian chow ti temporary chairman. A dice ring convention, thoroughly agreed in support of his jibes at th** ll -publicans, welcomed him in what own and re to the j**b. This plan is providing more work for county laborers Work has begun ell ll*-I w <\ 12. grading A*f fiv** mil* * * a-i **f \*ia. cutting straight through along th** s-'C* loft Un** t«» * liniiii-at** t ii*- winding ciirv--s which now constitute the rout-*. J K. smith c Son of Noble are contractors on this project. Muskogee Iron Works has bridge construction un this project well under "ay. WASHINGTON, June 23.    Ll*)! A w ait iii President Hoover’s up-P royal at th** White House is I gi Alation to enable 97,UUU world ; war veterans to renew their 5-j viar government insurance con-j ira- ! tor an «qual period with-<aut further medi-ail examinations.; Un such renewals, premium rat- would he fix d according to iii an ins* I age, which the vet-i i a n • bonum estimates will average -i y« ars In July when in-i t **! th-'se r»-year policies expin*. Br* • n? law demands that upon . v ,n i.) ■ t,»ii these policies limy he ef»ii v * ’ i*t* ** I f*» high* i -pc* rn I tun pol- ICO -•‘I (ia low - issued policy to which tin 5-year term policy univ    be    eonvert**d is til** ordinary Ii?**    policy.” -aid the bons- v*t- Ainmitf***' that (»r**|»ar*sl isiation. explaining this form <i contract would cost $171 annually fft.Kon of insurance. “Thf re ar*' appl«»xim«t-'lv 9 7.-ans aff* ct* d liy this commit t - e said, * on cl extremely serious ntat-♦bii. because so many ployed and unable per-inake their insurance Full Committee Adopts Repeal Plank by Majority of Two to One CREATES SURPRISE Resubmissionists Expected to Offer Minority Report to Convention CHICAGO. June 29 CT After five hours of wranglir over th** next democratic campaign document, th** democratic resolutions committee today adopted a prohibition plank committing the party in favor repeal of the I ^tIi amendin and immediate modification th*' Volstead act. TIM* declaration was put into tit** Democratic platform by ♦ ’*»* resolution coni mitt** att* r th** |majority report of th** suhcoiu iiii11* c for a Kubtnis-ion plank' which did not commit th* party wa - rejected to tk. The surpris«*d advocat-s ot submission were undecided momentarily whether to **arr> • In* ; cause to th** conv* Bt ion floor, lull it was predicted they would Demands Speedy Dry Repeal And Modification of Volstead Act rushed from th** scene dent for treatment, vertebrae iii t lo* n< *. as the cause of his <1 His parents, long ihintotoe county, ar** bi en * * i the acct** Disbyca - <i w is giv n 1 ^D*; h. of ut ol CHIC XKO, June 3D. Ll9 The Democratic leclaratlon for rep-*ul of the I Kill amendment and im-mediat* modification of th** Volstead law has drawn a 19 *2 liquor issu*‘ between the two major parties. It is th* alignment of 192K Intensified amt moved forward a long step toward doing away with the prohibition that has held >way these 12 years. Four years j ago th** parties espoused law enforcement and went no further in their platforms, but the Democratic candidate, Alfred lh Smith, took a wet stand while* ii- rh* i t Hoover spoke of prohibition as an experiment noble in pu pose and requiring further time. This year; “VV- La \ or repeal of Hie I Mn a mend men t, slates boldly the , plat tut rn OI DemocraC). The IU-pu I) I leans lore lwi> weeks ago declared; “We do not favor a subnii- ion itu the people) lim-it.d to th*' issue of retention or repeal,” -uh*- on th ii to outline a new aim mini* ut, alternative to the I nth. keeping in the constitution a federal declaration of aoli(*e power t*) “protect those gram voted by the senate. Au agreement    lat** today or tomorrow as    predicted by ak* r Garner    would dispose ,8I!(    |of the last major congressional residents    of    ‘problem standing    in th** way or Mr. and    Mrs.    ■ adjournment. G. C. Oliver, living south of Ada. Both houses acted speedily on | He is survived by four sisters j vital appropriation bills, sending land five brothers. The sisters arc Hum in conference or to th* • Mrs. Mary Gurley, Mrs. ZemmajWhMe House. When the last one 'Gurley and    Mrs. Clyde    Stringer,! had passed th**    senate, it began Ada, amt Mrs. Claudie Covey, I consideration «,r th© philippine Maud. The brothers are A. W. j independence and an appropria-Olivor. Munsey Oliver. C.    II.    Oliver ' tion or $40,Otto    for American at- and George    Oliver, Jr..    of    Ada,|t«*ndanc«» of a    world monetary and Floyd Oliver. Connersville. MILLIONS IN DOLD UKEN F BR KST. France, June 23.    <.P> Thirty ingots of gold, valued at 11,DOO,OOO, were stowed away in the hold of the salvage ship Art-iglio II, today a* divers, with renewed vigor, dropped into the sea to fish up the rest of the $3,000,-000 which went down with the liner Kgypt t< n years ago. The $ I.ODO.OOO which was dumped down on th** A rtiglio's decks yesterday represents four year's of dogged labor against the powers ol the storms and sea, It is blood niOpey, for to dat** 13 intrepid seamen and two stout ships have been lost in th** quest. conference is railed, rejecting a proposal to finance delegates to an international economic conference. Senator Horah (R.,Idaho) said an economic conference would be useless in view of the reported imminent collapse of the Lausanne meeting. is no party government and no parliament, and the king is UH own primo minister, t'sually. however, he consults with a supreme council amt a cabinet oil important matt* rs. rrajadhlpok succeeded to th** throne on the death of hts brother, llama VI, In 1915. He is the seventh monarch of the present dynasty. There is a good sized arinv In Siam and **v- rv able boil 1***1 man is liable to two years service in the regular army. with longer periods in th** three reserve forces. In the standing army ar** two divisions, each with two n z-linents of infantry, one of artillery and on** of cavalry. The aviation eorps is employed chiefly In the development of civil flying. Th** army recently acquired IO tanks. The navy consists of five gun- Horah also served notice he boats, three destroyers, four tor-would seek passage of «. money vedo boats, th** royal yacht and a number of small craft. In .ill stabilization men t. bill before adjourn- E there are about 4.SDD office *■» and men on th** active list and a reserve of about 20,000. OIE ORDER STAND Willie Jackson Held, Albert Jackson Sought to Answer Charges (IIM lull fbi: V* Ie I he i- an in ti ll ll* ID to lit i \ ieir inst av<* this im! thus »*ir Ins1 Si* lr (am make a minority report tom The plank rays iii its first paragraph; ‘‘\Y> favor th** repeal of th** I Kill ani* mini* ut.' Tlse prohibition dispute unreached after the committee had wad-d through extended dispute oyer th** stiver and tariff declarations th-* party would Ink- to the people ill the CODI la g el* et -, ion. It worked throughout the day Wflib th*' conv* nti'ili wa:- idur to await it'- report, s The v -»t * on tin prohibition plank was adopt* d 35    17. lit. I states wh ist til* ire I I a • - a *a v Ut **T Q' will b ran***- ti nu hi unless extension of will b* forced to ca**ry i th**y can i 5 years i to drop ranee and so deprive j IP s of protection.” n AT TEAGER SONDAY Pontotoc County Singing contention will hold its next regular ■ session Sn Iola v at X eager school I houM\ In th* northwest part of I tho county. As usual it will be on all *lay affair with rilnn* r on th* ground. looked for love feast. But out the moment like a aero*** til** spreading floor of th** stadium —the same hail In which the Republican* hut IO days ago fought out thor difficulties and renominated Hoover and Carli* there were plenty of signs of the approaching storm. Almost solemn despite th*' lilting efforts of the stadium pipe organist and a bevy of hands, leaders gathered in knots to put their beads together and whisper of war and rumors of war. Nearly every d legation wa** He*badged for its candidate, and the total of nearly a doz* n aspir-i'ontinned on Tage S, Ko. 5 These meetings always draw . (loll crew d- of sin-.♦ !* aud visitors. The convention bas H* en in * xlstence since before state-never c* as* d to it organized. hood and has function sine* IMTTKBKOX IH IJt ON %**%TLT CHIM**: SH AWN F.K. June 2 7.    U’ Charges of assault w ith intent to I kill were filed today against C. C. Patterson, identified by policeman j W. M. Jones as tho man who 'hot \\ \ ll I; IH IFS DtMXGF iv non di i; c%\vo\ DFNYKR. Jim*' 27.    -    *    B*—A ftve-fo *t wall of water swept dovn ltould*'** canyon north of Denver following a torrential rain late Sunday, endangering t ** lh es of many motorists and fishermen and washing away nearly ’wo miles of highway. No livt v were r* ported lost. Three motor cars were swept fro-ti the hi-hway. Those w o sought safety on the mountain sides reported the rn s and carried large gnat distances. -----flc SFLBHl’K, June 29.— rv— William McC«’y, 22. of Ardmore. was bound over to Murray county district court at hi* prelim-i ti ar v hearing befop Justice of tb* Peace Oscar C. Shaffer today a chergi of robbing the Park bank of Sulphur of Pf! Ill WASHINGTON. Jim* 2T .V» lien** wed ('ommttnistie activities stirred th* honus-se*K mg war veterans encampments toddy as an aftermath of internal *iis-putes within the ranks. Six metnb* rs of th* Workers Kx-Service Men s Lea-’i**. a F«* :i-munist organi/iifion. were arrested at one encampment and held for investi-gation. They were dis-trihuting a two-page h ill tin attacking the vet era TU leaders who were frantically trying to hod; the rank and file in line. The bulletin urged Increased ‘‘panhandling’' on the streets., re prohibition may exam! safeguard our citizens ry where i i rom the return of .-aLu* u and alt* miaul abuses. To the latter, the Democrats said; “XX ui th> enactment of such measures by the several stat-- as w i i I actually    promote temp* rune- .    effectively    prevent the j-*-til rn of the saloon ami bring th* liquor t at I ic into the open under complete supervision and control b.> the states,'’ then continuing: “We demand that the federal government    effectively    exercise its power to enable the slates to* effectually    protect themselves t against importation of in toxical - j in.: liquors in violation of their laws.” “To eff* ct such repeal, we de-, j i j a»i d,    said th* D**mocratic as sembly. “that the congress im-mediately i*ropo»** a constitutional amendment to purely re;*-r* -entative conventions iii the • slates . lib ii to act. solely on that • proposal. i “> ut*ii an amendment < as outlined by the g. O. i*. plat form said the Republicans, “should be ; promptly Submitted to Die stat s • T>> coriin ss, to be acted upon bv * a * * conv *ntions called f**r that {sole purpose in accordanc* with J the provisions of Artic!** V of the constitution and adequately saf* guarded so I! representative.” HADL AT ARP, TEXAS TYLER, Texas. J un- 23.    <19 Two unmasked rubbers held iii* th** Arp Stat** Bauk this afternoon un*! escaped w it Ti $D»,O00 after locking two bank employ**! and a customer in th- vault, They sped aw«\ in an aulo-D rob! Ie hi th* g**n**ral dir-cti*m «»f Gnuip with posse- of officers from several east T- xus towns in pursuit. OK LA HOM X CITY. June 23.— Ll9 Acting Governor Robert Burns said    today    he would not revoke Governor William ll. Murrays newest military order .... i, .    taking over proration con I rot in (Dram VI**#*!** t* I *•*»»>    *"*    .    1    .    .    ii Charges have been fil«*d against | the Oklahoma thy oil field. Willie and Albert Jackson In coil-1 Xlthough    he    disapproves or nertton    with    several hijacking    th* order.    Burns    said lo* would affairs    which    have taken place    not inter B r** with    if “as It is IU! recently in the county.    (Murray's)    own    n    sponsibiU!    j Willi** was captured last week) Burns pointed out two orally Officers, but Albert escaped boma governors” have b«*«*n im-and is now being sought to an- peached for “misuse of th** ml-swer Hie Charges along with his 11 Ila” and added that hi* wanted brother.    to keep “my records clean, when There are four complaints filed th** legislature meets next Jan in justice court of Sherwood W. nary" to loved!.ut*- Dr* situa-Ulll.    tfnn in th** oil field, as it prob- On*> chark** all**g«*s robbery ably will.” wit ii firearms on June 21 >f Ihclarlng Murray ra!!**-t bim Anti** Patterson, with a bat, “a liar” several months a-u sh<*es and $4 being taken; the w(,t r, chat * •-<! royalty owners second is robbery with firearms I were being defrauded by secret I in connection with the taking loll runs, Ruma said Murray's I from a Mr. Gibson of his hat,(order now points out ”ri- id 1 n-pocketbook, necktie, watch, knife jforeement” is necessary t<» st*»p and $3; th** third involves rob- j “•filching” ®f 8)H b**ry with firearms June 21 »n taking $3 from Charley Muse craves and th** Plymouth ear b-- OKLAHOMA CITY, Jun* 25 *,19 -Although the state board of affairs yesterday placed orders    ,    _    .___ for ma! rial for Ho- sub-prlaon | ionsin;; to the fcloao Tax' -oin-„roi.-, t in Atoka coomy approx!-1 fany and driven l» Muagrave*. Hughes, • the mating $215,900, XX'. C. board chairman, said today the cont •'acts would not be I-1 until the CAOirts ha'. ** rn 1***1 on th** authority of the board to build the branch penitentiary. A court t* st Is expected soon. Lieutenant Governor Burns in the absence of Governor Murray fourth charges robbery of a filling station at the eo-n**r »f Seventeenth and Mississippi th** same night. Allen Stanfield, deputy sheriff, and P ie Woods, city office-, arrested WHI Ie Jackson after they had learned of a ii Hacking at Francis, scoured part-* of Bein-Pottawatomie and Ponto- r cee ut iv halted work on th** prls-pno!<*. tor counties and Thursday evening located the two Jackson.*- at the underpass of the old highway on. claiming were unlawful. the expenditures as to be truly BRANDON XX ll I* 4 U L ROOST VK I.T BALLOT CHICAGO, June 2*.—The voice that in 1 92 4 Bd off -ach1 manner of sub- Democratic convention ballot the two planks with “Alabama casts 24 votes I for (Underwood” Is Just the same ate** uprooted I and claim-d credit for the resi boulder* nation of Walter W. Waters, the * "' °P' “ veterans' recent commander La mission alone, I lit J (D € IO*® *,"tl chif4f*    .    ..    “Pending    repeal,”    said the I this y* ar, but th** tune is changed $I0«T«7 t^ “J^br fhlrW Oemoc a,s. "we favor imnmdime;to "=4 vote* for Hoo^e.t. .rte, of rolumbia potiice^.„d j    m^mac’tu^ a"d bonus-seek-    of    beer    and    other beverages Inc arniv to their homes or mi of such alcoholic content a* is him in a gunfight last Tut -day j “n morning during which S. A. MU-1 atjonal Br. a spectator, was killed by a| $1,559.    . . A stray bullet Meanwhile, ballistic Tomorrow District Judge test* were being made to deter-; ' ’» Ijong, at Pails \ alley, mine the nature of the bullet [hear an application for a writ va ti ic ti kitted MilBr. W. will I Alf habeas corpus for McCoy. health commissioners ring members of the or in i caring for them here was proposed to the senate today in a resolution by Senator Copeland (D., N. Y I. Copeland, a doctor, said the health of Washington is menaced by existing conditions. permissible und* r the constitution and to provide therefrom a proper and needed 'revenue.” To this, the Republican plank did not address itself, but it spoke at length of the necessity i **i»tiiiu**<I on Page Ak No. q 24 The owner of the vole*-, former Governor W. W. Brandon of Alabama, has the b ad-off place on roll calls. Brandon predicts a nomination In less than six ballots, and he bas a reason: “I started out in New York In 1924 in a $25 a day suite, but before that convention ended I was eating hot dogs. And, boys. I don't like hof dogs.” into Byng. There was an exchange of shots, the officers said. and Willie was captured. Albert escaping. Willie Jackson led the officers to th** Plymouth car taken on Tuesday night. It had been concealed a mil* and a half northwest of Byng, gov- red with brush. N'.W York Wiser but ruder is the way Pr* sid«-nt Frederick IL Robinson of City college l**oks on the modern college student. He said the boys today are brighter than 20 years ago, but they are know-it-alls and “I must admit their manners are much worse.” There Is no iiA-cesslty for military occupancy of the *»il field**, Burns continu'd and charged It Is “wrong *ih «i matter of public policy.” “It is a dang-9ooh precedent. (ie concluded, John Wright "To Jail, Result Of Extortion Plot ALVA, June 24. BP* John C. Wright, young achoo! teacher ac-cused of attempting to extort $5,DOO from W. IL Myers, Aha banker, began a 50-day jail sentence today after Myers had Interceded to save thA- youth from a possible penitentiary term. The banker r*fus*d to prosecute Wright on more than a misdemeanor charge. \s a result, Wright pleaded guilty to “unsuccessful attempt at extortion” and received tbs Jail sentence. Wright, 24. a summer student at the stat** teachers* college here, was captured by offices who were concealed n**ar a culvert east of Alva where Myers had been directed in a threateu-enlng letter to leave $3.OOO In currency or gold. The officers said Wright stopped to get a dummy | package left by the banker. ;