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Olean Evening Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1931, Olean, New York Press Pickings Our buck mis mil tho in- u Financial CLOSING PRICES VOL. LIT. NO. 314. NEW THURSDAY AUGUST FROM ORLEANS Arrest Find Police Net Suspect In Cleveland 28, Found Asleep On Road Map In Pocket With Scene of Crime Marked In Pencil Aug. 13 A 2S-ycar-oUl man hero early today as possible suspect in connection with the slaying Tuesday of the two hoys and two girls near Mich. He a Michigan road map in his with the name lanti marked with a Found Sleeping on Truck found man sleep ing on a truck had jus here from He was roughly am appealed lo be of the detectives The he had He boarded the true while it en route heie fror The detectives said he tol he hod been m Michigan nnd that throng His were ivc when they tried to learn wha he had been doing f Four Others Questioned Four other young men who the same It nek also were j They said they to I The one who said he had been In wore a cap and tan He ahot five feet eight inches and weighed about MO AS ONE USED IN Two of Four Victims In Auto Murders photos Of two of the victim Fogs Hold If Take-off for berian Coast Could Be Made Says Colonel Aug. 13 ering clouds and lain today delated the departure of Col. and A. flying for the said it was if the take-off for the Si coast could be made this couples were and shot to death before their bodies tlie The unfavorable unknown The two are Vivian Cleveland Harry of her The other two f Against California Laws On Libel Change Tomorrow Aug. 13 motorists may roll along the open morrow nt 45 miles an hour cut fear of being arrested for The 1931 State Motor Vehicle raising the speed limit five miles an goes Into effect The libel laws also will he A will be In effect permitting newspapers of libel to escape lary through printing retraction of tlie libel as ently as the libelous article was Texas Backs to Aid Oil Fields Houses Pass Legislation to Put Stricter Curb on In War Comes Austin Texas Aug. men today looked for better times in a distressed Police Baby Killer In Alb an also a plane fiom leaving for the East. In No Cleat Hurry In commenting on the delay in cousin their Lindbergh said they Anna May also of in no gieat and could r v and Thomas of I well await clearer j I I 11 C y Mich. hazardous 1.067 mile flight questioning two suspects in Hie to the ni Mechanics have gone over the speedy monoplane m its on valets of 21 miles ihe Rast and the gasoline tanks navo hern filled to more i than 000 rallons The lo nn short ice. i Meanwhile they have i the Alaskan variety of en given by the riti of this historic j Last night they were at an Deny Fall Executive Clemency nm orl Head for Pa. Line Frank Larkin of Arrested Year Ago For Among Trio Making Away In Stolen Prisoner Gets Into Sheriff's Office and Aug. Three prisoners escaped from Ihe Penitentiary this after ging the Frederick into try due to a conservation passed by the Texas legislature and eight days of enforced shutdown of Oklahoma production by H. Tne Texas designed to put a stricter on oil was overwhelmingly approved by both houses ind signed by Gov. Ross S. Sterling list a few the adjournment of a eral Mitchell Announces Application for Mercy Would Not Be Granted by Hoover session called by the ir to enact oil had threatened to follow example and use martial law to enforce a shutdown in the oil fields if the legislators took no An indication of a bicak in re- to hike crude oil prices to the a bariel minimum demanded hy the Oklahoma Chief uas been m an offer by the Gushing Refining and of Three Who Escaped The escaped prisoners Edward 24. of charged with a assault on the Lark 38. arrested a year ago for or Orleans The were reported to have stolen a truck and to be headed for Pennsylvania state Spent in Shower authorities was said to haie disclosed that Blaszack was not locked m his cell last night but spent the light in a shower bath This he said to have slipped into the sheriffs office and stolen a As the returned from a to the stiuck him over the head and then freed the two other The thiee men awaiting July in October on charges ot burglary Aug. ID clemency i i today to Alheit B. Fall j Oklahoma fields August except for the Gushing after having Health Officers Gel j seen a few horns before an Eskimo ANN Aug. 13-tll I A tinned over to ing officials by the chief ot police nf today was Identified hy police ballistics expel ts as the Kim with which Harry one of four young persons caily Tuesday on a country near was shot lo Officials did reveal the gun was Lore's thice Thomas Wheatley of Anna nnd Vivian both of were slain by an revealed Then their bodies weie placed m Wheatley's on page 8) Police Had Coll In Business There But Not Find Press Jailer from Parran In Whirl i Ue Major Re- liance Should Bo Placed On Educating Public 13 Piess said that th Coll. New York whose i ob la suspected of the play in which a baby was killed and foui injured in Harlem Len days last night Albany an 1 Coll x x the Knicker Good Afternoon Tersely Told From 'Round the World Aug. 13--l.Tl. Holding that attempts nt community tion have always proven Dr. Thomas of sent a ter today to all local health against in combatting infant Dr. Pairan be placed on i for n of the public as to search foi Vm and on diagnosis and Return treatment of all cases normal adults as likely lo dren and with day ties for it is practically and wrestling In tbc on the water Eskimo kwk lacing was the In flail skin one man to a several Eskimos put out half a mile into the Sea and laced back to Ithe the a viri to the historic gold fie e huge dredges were seen at In a brief tour of the community other points with their hosts Mr and Grant R Have Dinner Territorial Senator and fred J. gave the a typical Alaskan dinner of roast reindeer meat in the the day oi ray that amount foi JJ 1 Munay slopped production ml I Inside accepting a Mitchell an- that the application clemency would not be granted by Ask for Clemency The leason for the denial was given none nf the three and judges whose opinions I re on the petition advised I conservation hill was aimed at the but East Texas field where production was generally credited by oil men as bringing about unprofitable low prices for crude possible even for the most isolated community to create anv which will not ultimately break Dr. Parran advised adults whose families are in the and whose business is in ties in which there aie several in- paralysis cases should avoid pairs of flannel yachting have had the townsfolk gaping and The no little to I he Spanish Princesses Beatrice and Malic They were wealing the trousers when they landed here while on a NKW Is filing in a motor bus. plans a tour of the country her troupe of 40 nml a making WASHINGTON Some day the face of Secretary Mellon will pear on a one dollar or perhaps a In keeping with the loms of adorning money with tures of past cabinet members thr of engraving is having trait made of all members of the delegation of has protested to tho prime minister against of women employed liy The had tho sympathy of un- married who chances nf matrimony lessened by I ho The prime minister laid It necessary to tho of men with upon wives urged tho of mm employes married women bocker Pi ess be- ing sought were rife in spoiling that other York gangsters weic guests at a mammoth party given Jack Diamond in Albany on the eve of for Federal Court in New Yoik I visits to their own police and o where there General John i gatherings staff pi no ledge of Uic g and it was the postponed and took plac in Albany 1 be awty from Tuesday was children's the health commissioner alt closed that Ottawa had the Canadian about visiting watching a big being made to the Canadian hu had told officials he would visit the herders in their quarters East of the if but that the fog prevented them finding the herd on their flight fron to Point The next hop of the couple will take them over the Northern executive order signed i Won't RoundTable consulted advises clemency the I not be sent to except in exceptional i Denied The attorney said he there was reason ake n special submitting the cally was Besides the and a diy Fall was fined began weeks ago his sentence Santa New POSTPONE RACKS Aug. 13 The 11OMBAY, Aug. 13-CT.I. The National today definitely not to participate in the second found table on Indian affans at London this Devidas Gandhi as he left a meeting of the Working is absolutely no chance that my father uill go to Dead In Cuba Revolution National Police to Search Havana Houses for Anns In Effort to Preterit rising from Spreading In Capital City I Herbert said lice to be the owner of the gun used to slay Harry one of four young persons burned bodies were found on road here was under here Ho hemp questioned a dozen Detroit and With re- yesterday's bringing thn unofficial death list in Cuba's i evolution to moie than 60. National Police today were pre- pared to stall houses for aims in an effort to pre the uprising All buildings m the capital will he and found amid sent to Cabana foi ti it was announced after police chiefs conferred with Dr. 10 interior Twenty-three fell in combat m Del Rio scene of all important fighting A three-hour bittle at Cejas Del Negro accounted for In including one rural while students were ambushed bv soldiers near Artemisa The women to Lakeside after their re- els lost 26 turn from a steamer exclusion on i In Del Rio troops lie apparently became looking for Gen Mario G confused in his foi he O. Aug 13 Trapped inside a small sedan when plunged into Swan Creek here I last three women and a man vere drowned while five young men the accident made frantic to save A fifth occupant of Mis Lucille 2S, Mich was but was in a critical condition when taken to a The dead were Joseph 40. driver of the Mrs Joseph 23, Miss 35, all of and Julia 27, of Ind Keogh had started to duve the took a dark along the who edge of the The lights to be leading the the car had been giving and when failed to see a sharp the auto plunged the committee's to have i no nait in the conference was based 000 classic r 000 classic of serious tlie trotting horse was of the Delhi pact by the poned today for the second sivo because of a muddy if ho inn if the on It will be inn weather was honor reliably The is said to have lasted until early The police yesterday believed they had Coll the business section but could riot Coll also was reported to have used a t in nn Albany He had vanished when from the underworld be under competent supervision and nil of illness be promptly isolated and attended by a RaVS Of Distant Late News Bulletins Surrender Is to Be YATES IN GOLF LEAD FLYER REACHES SAVANNAH Aug. 13-W. Aug. of Swathed in bandages nnd weak A- 111 favored American entry In from the Canadian amateur golf held a lead of three nf Mm and Capt. Aug. Japan Orders Flyers Not to Leave Tokio TOKIO Aug. Asks Hoover to Send Doak to Binghamton For Celebration Aug. IS President on the suggestion Oj William N. ican flyers held for questioning be- cause they allegedly took graphs of fortified areas while mg over were ordered today by government officials not to leave again will pending decision of their penalty of O born and Hugh j has requested Secretary circles In New paper Coll the 1 would at- of the Army was brought Into this morning after clinging for 35 at the this morning clinging for 35 TO Ooen Gates OI Fair end of nine holes their hours to the tail of his wrecked AU i r sea 16 miles off i final match tempt to the beer fic abandoned by Diamond the State smashed his gang Greene County have caused usual activity on the pait state investigators to seek it is x V 193S World's of light from the i Aug. which is estimated by scientists to I lish woman tennis today nil to Iho of Eastern lurf court a 0-3, 6-0 T be 100 miles from the Doctor Is Near Death From Wound by Nurse NEW Aug. 13 in Dr. Milton 31, Brooklyn i was dying In a Hospital years to reach the the day a result of a In his I to be used to star the office in Miss Agnes will have s journey back in 1893, the year the world's Columbian trie cell the 40-inch cope of Observatory At liams to im- pulse which will tuin on opening the fairgrounds starting machinery nnd turning on the light of 26 a was The with a bullet In his maintained silence about the Police said that the nurse in a quarrel with Ihe physician had shot him In the hack and then had her own Several ncd chairs Indicated that luul tried to tho Irom her U. 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Aug. 13 receipts for Aug. 11 were toms receipts for the month to tho closo of business Aug. 11 were tu g lory over j ill Cup America from Boston SEES IMMINENT Aug. 13-Hft of a member of 1'reildcnt Hoover's emergency committee on u n e m p 1 o y m o n warned American Industry today that unless It takes care of Its own a dole Is 1m- in After weeks of over whether the of the War com- mander should be depicted this Fall at the 150th anniversary tho United States town Sesquicentennial Commission announced last night the surrender scene would be A variety of reasons were given for the proposed Among them were that the scene might be offensive to British that difficulties would be encountered in naming a laige body of troops in ISth tactics and that it was national glider contest here has the of the army to sliders and j uie surrender of a foreign ies Into the one fOCi in thorn to glide for more seven hours and miss a new record I hy less n minute and n under plane In choppy sea 16 miles off Capo N. C. TAKE TO AIR Aug. A wind arising from the long lethargy which marked the curly of the SHERIFF Aug. 13 Thomas W. of Doak to go to Binghamton Aug. 26 to deliver a After calling on the Hill said he had asked him to send Doak because 30 years ago F. Johnson went to Binghamton to make The Shoe Company resulted from that beginning As a result of co-operation be- tween the company and its em- Hill said Binghamton had 1 liomas ui of the Re- i not suffered so much from the de- publican State and one j as other of the leaders in the Philadelphia Among other foi nib of co-operation Republican died in an the company hab for some years Atlantic City hospital today from paid to its working forces one-half heart i the profits of the TO GO TO Aug. this accepted u return backe Wife of Lindbergh Flight Backer Dies GLENS Aug. lowing all illness of several Lillian Tutlle wife of William K. wealthy St. Louis died last night at their Summer home at Lako Bixby was a of tho Lindbergh On Kidnaping Count Aug. 13 in Attorney General John J. Bennett is to biing Jack to trial heie on a when the term of Supreme Court Sept. 13. He said last night tint the opportunity for the State to move the afforded when j I Diamond released on bail Mrs. Hoover Gets Many Reads Them at Rapidan Camp By SUE McNAMARA i to Receipt of all books li Aug. acknowledged by a White House Hoi beit Hoover has perhaps the secretary and occasionally Mrs. widest choice of Summer reading Hoover sends a little personal note of any woman in the if the author 11 some one she One of the first things many knows or if the book particularly seem to do when books come off the is to mail nn autographed copy lo the dent or Mrs. Most women authors apparently prefer books to the First The is too busy to do much reading so Mrs. Hoover most of ngl which Interest her she along to tho camp appeals to She the labor involved in wilting as n 1912 she col- with the in n translation of De He from Basle's edition published in 1356 Tho shows appreciation of booki knowledge of mining and
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