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   Olean Evening Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1931, Olean, New York                                Press Pickings Our nii'iniir) buck I" mis mil simple, IIIHl J'O-I nlh'iic'i' tho iiopiiliir pliniM li.v tiiii'- in- u Advcr- Financial CLOSING PRICES VOL. LIT. NO. 314. "OLBAN, NEW YORK, THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST THREEESCAPE FROM ORLEANS TEN' Arrest Man, Find Police Net Suspect In Cleveland Man, 28, Found Asleep On Road Map In Pocket With Scene of Crime Marked In Pencil CLEVELAND, Aug. 13 A 2S-ycar-oUl man arresled hero early today as possible suspect in connection with the slaying Tuesday of the two hoys and two girls near Ypsilanli, Mich. He hac? a Michigan road map in his pocket, with the name Ypsi- lanti marked with a pencil. Found Sleeping on Truck Detective? found the. man sleep ing on a truck -which had jus nnived here from Chicago. He was roughly diesscd am appealed lo be of helow-avcrag mentality, the detectives said. The miipccl he had n- add, ess. He boarded the true while it en route heie fror Chicago. The detectives said he tol Ihcm he hod been "up m Michigan nnd that -Kf Tiad..passed throng His answois were  'ight in Shower Prelimmaiy investigation'by pcn- tentiary 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 moimng, he said to have slipped into the sheriffs office and stolen a revolver. As the jailei returned from a .isit to the cells, officeis icportcd. Blsszack stiuck him over the head and then freed the two other pus- oners. The thiee men awaiting (Jrand July in October on charges ot burglary   diagnosis and Return treatment of all cases befoie paralj'sis appeals. "With normal adults as likely lo dren and with ptescnt day ties for travel, it is practically Manuel-tossing and wrestling cxhi- In tbc aftpmoon. on the water fionl. Eskimo kwk lacing was s-howii the In flail skin crafts, one man to a boat, several Eskimos put out half a mile into the Be1 Sea and laced back to Ithe b" day. despitr the rain, a viri iK'de to the historic gold fie e huge dredges were seen at In a brief tour of the community other hibtoiic points vnsted, with their hosts Mr and Sirs. Grant R Jackson. Have Urindrrr Dinner Territorial Senator and Mi" Al- fred J. Lome" gave the Lindberghs a typical Alaskan dinner of roast reindeer meat in the evening. Duimir the day Lmdbeigli clis- Gncdinf Compiiiv oi uustimg, Oklr.. ray that amount foi JJ 1 ciutiu ]1 deniedl Munay slopped production ml J[ I Inside Auto, accepting a biibe. Attoincy Gcncial Mitchell an- nounccrl that the application clemency would not be granted by Preside.nt er, Xone Ask for Clemency The leason for the denial was given Inr.t none nf the three prose-. cutois and judges whose opinions I re rifkcd on the petition advised I ]cents. Texts' conservation hill was espe- cially aimed at the young, but gigantic. East Texas field where ovfl 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 baiiiei which will not ultimately break down." Dr. Parran advised adults whose families are in the coimtiy and whose business is in communi- ties in which there aie several in- fantile paralysis cases should avoid PORTAFERRY, Noithern Ire- pairs of flannel yachting tiousers have had the townsfolk gaping and gossiping. The fuiore no little cmbanussment to I he Spanish Princesses Beatrice and Malic Christine. They were wealing the trousers when they landed here while on a crvitso. NKW Qiiinnn Is filing liarnslormlng in a motor bus. yiio plans a tour of the country her troupe of 40 sirl' nml a Il-piecc hand, making onc-nlslit stands. WASHINGTON Some day the face of Secretary Mellon will ap- pear on a one dollar bill or perhaps a five. In keeping with the eiis- loms of adorning money with pic- tures of past cabinet members thr hiircau of engraving is having por- trait made of all members of the ofticial ftimilj'._____ delegation of nivcs has protested to tho prime minister against 'dismissal of miirrled women employed liy tlio (fovprnmoiit. The dclcjrAtion had tho sympathy of un- married wnmi'ii employes, who rc- xanl 'Ihclr chances nf matrimony a.s lessened by I ho (rnvcrnment's coilrso. The prime minister laid It necessary to safeRiiard tho jolw of men with dependents. Where- upon (ho wives urged tho dlsmlssitl of mm employes married women nttli dowries. bocker Pi ess continued, "was be- ing sought here, icports were rife in spoiling ciicles that other York gangsters weic guests at a mammoth ('farewell') party given Jack 'Legs' Diamond in Albany on the eve of hi" dcpartuic for ap- pearance 'i Federal Court in New Yoik City. I wneVen'd visits to their own _ -Whllr police and membeis o where there c-hil- Attoinev General John i BenneU -unessential" gatherings staff pi ofcssed no ledge of Uic g and bimiliir party, it was loported the postponed and took plac in Albany 1 ucsday ..wini-cn be kept, awty from Tuesday night. Diamond, 'it was Regarding: children's caAps, the health commissioner urged'that alt closed that befoie leruing Ottawa (he had confeiied the Canadian 'Goveininent about visiting watching a big icindeer being made to the Canadian Aictic. Lindbeigh hu had told Ca- nadian officials he would visit the herders in their quarters East of the Colvllle River, if possible, but that the fog prevented them fioni finding the herd on their flight fron Aklavik to Point Barinw. The next hop of the (lying couple will take them over the Northern executive order signed i Won't RoundTable consulted advises clemency the I papois "hall not be sent to the) lent" except in exceptional cases. i Denied The attorney gencial said he had' deteimined there was "no reason to] ake n special ordci submitting the cally was denied. Besides the >car and a diy tence, Fall was fined began seivin weeks ago Mexico. his sentence seveial Santa Fe, New POSTPONE GOSHEX RACKS GOSHEK, Aug. 13 The 11OMBAY, India. Aug. 13-CT.I. The nd'an National Congicss today dc- ,vided definitely not to participate in the second found table confer- )ence on Indian affans at London this Fall, JIahatni-i GandhiV son. Devidas Gandhi as he left a meeting of the Congiess Working Conimit- ler. "There is absolutely no chance that my father uill go to London." Dead In Cuba Revolution National Police to Search Havana Houses for Anns In Effort to Preterit Up- rising from Spreading In Capital City YPSIKWTI, Mich., AUK. I Vi. Herbert Smith, said po- lice to be the owner of the gun used to slay Harry Lore, one of four young persons 
                            

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