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   Times Evening Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1935, Olean, New York                                WEATHER Cloudy with showers be- ginninj: late tonight or Tues- day. Cooler Tuesday. Sun sets Sun rises TIME ERALD EVENING Final Stocks .VOL. LXXV., No. 136 DIAMOND JUBILEE YEAR MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1935 PRICE THREE CENTS Kidnapper Hangout Found In West Thousands Of Farm Belt Republicans Are Massed In Illinois For Convention Ten States Repre- sented At Spring- field Where Dele- gates Will Write Creed. By LYLE C. WILSON United Press Staff Correspondent COLISEUM, STATE FAIR "GROUNDS, SPRINGFIELD, Thousands of farm belt Republicans massed today in this tanbark arena to write a grass roots politi- cal creed and establish "defense of the Constitu- tion" as the prime issue of the 1936 presidential cam- paign. The meeting is a national politi- cal convention drawn to the scale of ten farm states whose dele- gates have been arriving bv bus. train and automobile tor forty- eight hours. Bunting, bands and the whoopla of politics mark an occasion tor which prairie state Rcpubiicans have been impatiently waiting. The Grass Roots creed may be- come the framework for the 1936 Republican presidential platform although its influence will depend largely upon popular enthusiasm after results of this two-day rally have been analyzed by the folk back home. Delegates have brought scores of resolutions for considering, but most of them will be lost in the resolutions committee shuffle. From farm relief to labor and "sound the tentative planks cover a multitude of sub- jects. .Minnesota has raised the "sound money" battlecry. John 1. Levin, delegate from St. Paul, handed to the committee a "sound money" pledge and an- nounced: "We can win with an honest dollar declaration in our plat- form, the same as William McKin- ley won in 1S96." Today a barrage of criticism m- vitcd old-line Democrats to desert the Republican banner year. Former Gov. Frank O. Ixr.vden of Illinois sounded the Grays Roots! keynote with a summons to mm and women of all political faiths to defend the Constitution against challenge from "high Harrison B. ijpangler. co-sponsor of the rally and national commn- tccman for Iowa, charged that the j Venice? No, Executive Committee Denies Pitts Position Bird's eye riew or a Venetian canal! That may be what this scene resembles, but it's really a picture taken during high tide on Man- hattan's main street, and that doesn't mean Broadway. Poynti enue. principal thoroughfare of Manhattan. Kan, Is shown under several feet of water after the nearby Kaw river had flooded. Damage done to the city's stores mounted Into the thousands of dollars. Medical Fraternity In Session Leaders And Students JMeet To Discuss Import- ant Discoveries. LOS ANGELES. CALIF., where my old friend Alfalfa Kill Murray says he is with the constitution if he has to be a Republican decade. The convention's agenda includ-' ficial croj. iiilion sacnficcd foreign in.. and even com- pelled imp i.iti.m of foodstulfs which shinil.l in- grown here. "The MI determined to force a he said. JMIJIV by thc farm- dclutc over endorsement "of birth cr and p.iitiy oy thc consumer. I conliol to the convention floor, ultimately its way to foic.gn Surgeon General Hugh D. Cum- lands. To further j-enalize thc far- ruing. So obtain Association we find the price of goods the suppoit for a icqiicst that part of farmer must buy has gone higher she JI.SSO.OiW.OOO Federal Work-' and higher under thc codes, mo-' Kelicf fund be for nopolies and restriction-; of NRA." huje campaign of immunization Republican backers o! Ihc MiJ- ag.nnst disease, i west lally iccogntre that the tatm Convention spokesmen predicted and labor questions to be raised 'hat the disruption of birth Con-, here will be difficult to deal wish. Irol. as in the past, would be con-1 After their opcn.ng bla.'t against hncd So She Association's house r.' I Xe-.v Deal methods and suggested j delegates. Thc house's attitude rcvuion of thc Constitution, thc' heretofore has been that laws P.epublicans plan to pioducc tomor-' fccting birth control arc social. I row Sheir own political crccJ laSher thin siiRgcMions" for i _ draling wilh proUew of CollCgC skirteil She farm ques tion. dcvolmg practically all o: her. Hut now (hat my little joke i.-J over, let me tell you something about Hill Murray. My daddy was a mcmher of the constitution- al convention (hat made Oklahoma's scenario and he (old me "Willie, this Mur- ray guy that's running this convention is smart on con- stitutional law." Hill has majored in that, with a forty course. Yours. Ruling Of Judge J. Bra in h a m K e e p i n g Y o u t h From Baseball Berth Is Upheld. executive com- mittee of thc National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues today denied Edwin "Alabama" Pitts, former Sing Sing prison athlete, permission to play wish the Albany Senators of the Inter- national League. The committee, ticaded by War- icn C. Giles. Rochester, upheld a I ruling by Judge W. G. Bramham, I Association president, barring ex- convicts from organized baseball. The committee's decision was unanimous "While wo arc in sympathy with the program which gives to parol- ed convicts an opportunity to re- habilitate themselves in society." an official statement handed to j Two Die In Farm Blaze Day Of Rest Proved Fatal To Two Of Four Farmers After Hard Labors. EAST Sabbath, the one day of leal rest for the four farmers who took over the large Vermont Hill Road farm seven miles south of here, was tuincd into a day of mourning by onraai stateuiB i iwimuu i-j blazing inferno which claimed newspapermen said, "we arc of the two opinion that the interest of tile The farmers. Simon and William Berry, brothers; their nephew, Ernest Hunsbcrger. twenty-three, man will be served by offering that opportunity in some field where his activities will not oe, _ constantly subjected to public I and David L. Roush. eighty, had scrutiny and comment as they worked hard to earn their day of would be in baseball. Pitts, attired in a dark gray suit, was outwardly disappointed as the decision was read by Chair- man Giles. The committee, consisting of three members charged that at- tempts were being made to cap- j slept soundly in their italize on "Alabama's" prison rec- j barn. Fire" broke oul ord. "This in our opinion." the state- ment continued, "is particularly true where the in the case are such as to give the appearance that the office of em- ployment in a greatly publicized field a prompted more by a desire of the employer to capitalize on the prison record of the paroled convict and the publicity, attend- ed thereto, than it is to give op- rest. It was past midnight when the horses had been let out on the field to graze and the men were ready for bed. Perhaps they had worked too hard, for a small oil lamp was left burning while the exhausted men converted out and in a few seconds the place was a mass of flames. Roush and Simon Berry, were sleeping on the first floor, were awakened by a neighbor and escaped. William and the ne- phew, however, were trapped on the second floor. Their bodies were burned beyond recognition. Roush obtained title to the farm four months ago and entered into Penalty For Plotters To Be Demanded Coal I Peace Seen Alan And Wife Ar- rested At Salt Lake City Confess To Part In Abduction. i _____ 'hangout of the Weyer- Prospects For Averting haeuser was Strike Brightened With'locatecl Spokane, Tentative Agreement. Wash'> Director J. Edgar Hoover of the Federal WASHINGTON Hopes for Bureau of averting a strike of 130.000 bitum- ul inous coal miners next Monday. 1'CVealed. brightened It M 1309 based on amendments to the Guffy I and was coa! bill. Hoover said after a long distance Tiie agreement was reached at telephone call to the West where conferences over the week-end be-ihLs tween the legislative committee of I o the National Conference of Bitu-1 dS minous Coal Producers and rep- resentatives of the United Mine I ransom. Workers of America. I One nlan and hl3 wife have been The report of the legislative in Salt Lake City while committee will be placed before a' man now is being sought meeting of 300 members of the I "I'cnsivcly. portunity to the paroled convict to an agreement with the other men capitaliz'e his talents i to work tllc lanti cooperatively. "We are of thc opinion that the a'l 'he 136 acres of interest of baseball generally and the interest of players in our as- sociation will be best served by not admitting players' who have i been convicted of a crime which is considered by society a much i greater offense than offenses for which our own association rules j permanently disqualifying a plav- cr. land was planted with wheat and corn, he said. War Is Near To An End Hyde Strikes At Roosevelt Former BUENOS night fall today, three years of bitter war- fare in the Gran Chaco between Bolivia and Paraguay may have ended. Mediators of half a dozen Amcr- ican Republics, including the I United States, were waiting today wonl that With the words of Abraham Lin- coln as their inspiration, mid- west Republicans gathered in Springfield. III., in "grass roots" convention, to launch war on the New Deal. Here, beneath a pic- ture of the Emancipator, John D. M. Hamilton. Topeka, Kan., permanent chairman. Is shown with-the gavel of black walnut taken from the home where Lincoln courted and married Mary Todd. Bituminous Producers' organiza- tion at meeting tomor- row. The committee was in unani- While Hoover was telling how the cupboard in which the nine- year-old boy was kept was located mous agreement upon the the house, he received a long- i Announcement of the agreement' distance call from Tacoma. was made by Charles O'Nciil, "Have police guards thrown j chairman of the legislative com-1 around the house and don't let i mittee, who said his organization 1 anyone go Hoover told his represented seventy per cent of the caller. "We will permit newapa- bituminous operators. Some Wett Virginia and Southern operators, however, were said to oppose the Aged Man Tried To Keep Pace agreement. "The committee is O'Neill said, "that its recommen- cations will be accepted by the conference because of the unanimous vote of the seventeen members gf the committee, repre- sentative of practically all coal-producing states and j tricts." pers to take pictures of the out- side of the house.only." Hoover had upon his desk a closely-typed statement of soraa fifteen or twenty pages, which hs said had just arrived by wire from Salt Lake City. He said it was Man Of 115 Wined And Dined Himself Into Bel- levuc Hospital. Wiley Post Waits Chance dictated by Harmon ir. Wiley and his wife. Margaret, who were i arrested Saturday and who con- ,ji3. i fesscd their part in the kidnap- ping. "I am very sorry but I cannot make public this statement he said. William Mahan. suspect who escaped from police in Butte, ilont.. Sunday, is the object of a vigorous starch by Hoover's men. At eleven o'clock last night Hoover began the printing of the Arthur, Bolivia and Paraguay had agreed disconsolate toda-I dclivcred a sharp formally to a peace" formula ac-! iitaVt -r, a shafP formally to a peace formula ac- j awaited in a dmsv attack upon President Roosevelt I ccptcd here by representatives of I tenement todav the" n and the New Deal. j both governments. 'We do not join .Mr. Roosevelt, It was indicated that the gov- m his admiration of thc powers, crnmcnts would telegraph approv- of Mussolini. Hitler and Stalin." i al today. LOS ANGELES. Wiley Post waited at Glcndalc Airport be- side his stratosphere plane Win- identification orders showing the me -Mae today for weather reports fingerprints, photographs, crim- ragged and ,that send him racing across inal recorl] am] description of Ma- thc Rockies at dawn on his fifth han. At 6 a. m. today. 25.000 of attempt to span thc continent in tnc orders were moving west by eight hours. 'airmail. Fog settled over the San Fcr- gucsts anxiously East of a i genial host and benefactor. Abra- nandg Vallcy shortly before mid- he told delegates to the first Re- But meantime, some 35.000 Par- ham Wishkowsky. who. at the age of 115. wined and din irto Bcllevuc Hospital. of 115. wined and dined himself, er continued. stant contact with thc airport am or "We are making an intensive search for this gentleman." Hoov- publican "grass roots" convention, aguayans" and 45.000 Bolivians mould-v Delancey Strcjt. weather bureau, hoping the mist "WC would first of all preserve were" fighting fiercely on the Bol-1 of the would lift or prove local. the approach of the liberty. Other iviaii "border" Ch'acoT with i W'illiamsburgh bridge, was filled Post's previous failures to prove such action as fits their" char-' the Paraguayans claiming impor-! xYlth SIoonl. as Aoic Goldman, the feasibility of commercial hiph- most certainly under bonne statute." __ __ Hoover refused to speculate on acter. We do not envy and we tant More men were fall- j sixl-v- one of thc permanent speed flights in the stratosphere shall not ape them, thcv may ins: each hour while the mediators pucsts wondered where his v.-ere caused by defects of his mo. cigarettes were coming from ar.J tor and oxygenating equipment. he would feed his host's nine 'And I want to cm- that anvone who him more than the kidnap ted abandon liberty and fly to" w.iitc lorship" The agreement which waits rat-1----- The Hoover cabinet officer ification is understood to include: eats. clared that Abraham Lincoln. ;f An immediate twelve day truce slivc today, would urge his during which thc armies will re- low-men to "fight if we wish to main in position, neutral commis- be free." sioncrs supervising. Hugh Gibson. American ambass- ador to Brazil, arrived last night to participate in the mediation pro- jJaps Make Demand military authorities today notified Gen. Shan Chen, new Chinese command- ant, that a military airplane c.irry- inj a most important official Equals Word Record OSAKA. JAPAN. Yoshioka. woalJ fly over Tientsin en route Japan's fastest human, equalled to Pcipin.c. and demanded ade- quate protection for him. Thc of- ficial was not named. Wishkowsky spent thc night be- fore thc Jewish Thanksgiving with his friend. Rabbi Langncr. 'n order to be on hand for the cele- bration in the tiny one-room syna- gogue Saturday. All day there was wine and feasting and he ker-t up with the best, ing. thc old man's conversation got incoherent. At Bellcvuc officials said Wish- kowsky was "extremely confusM Little Girl Loses Life throe member.' of ganc. but added: "Thine? have been breaking ex- ccedingly rapidly during thc last IS hours There may be more news afternoon. TACOMA. WASH. The death _ penalty will be demanded for alt CHKEKTOWAGA. Police to- princip-il? in the Wycrhacuscr kid- day Investigated thc death of n.ipping ease and there will be no Toward even- Catherine eleven, shot to compromise in return for pleas cf nc.ith as .--he returned to her ;uiity. Prosecutor Harry H. Joans- home after borrowing a cup "f sugar from a neighbor. the world's record for thc 100 meter dash today by sprinting the but that there was no Immediate distance in 10.3 seconds. dancer. Since last October, when Wish- MM. HtNlMkl IK Italy Independent Of Raw Material Imports SAS5AKI. SARDINIA Italy we will utilize all pur re- is independent of foreicn imports sources !o lead our people to of raw mater.als in case of war and greatness. U is time to Premier Bcnilo Mussolini said So- before you the dummy which day in a trenchant speech to the has become a fetish abroad." people of "I a-n speaking about k said foreign jpcculat- op.r.ion. The enormous who are attemptins to force maws of people, hundreds e-f Italy So bow to the netc.vity of tnoiiMnflS' of them, gathered in r.e Prefert, former Buffa'o in his mind and still quite feeble." City policeman, admitted the shooting, authorities announced. He claimed it was accidental an-i thit he was shootinc at a skunk .Tl.ivf JMI- kowsky buried his sixth wife who whlch h'lj hc'1- at 102. five men have live-i eoop. on Wishkowsky's monthly old age penrion of J2P. Chartcs Accoman- j do. janitor, said the oM man I Irom Poland fft year aso. He has a high for the uses if ton said tod.iy. -The law says death, and .vo wll Johnston sail. "I cj.i have some sympathy for a ir.in who kills another in a brawl. b-it nor.e for a kidnapper. There be on a :n return for a plea of Parents of the child had quarreled w.th them mr-ney ami shares whatever he has with any and all who applied. I'r. :rr the IP." r.ot bcr.n invoked brfore. the pfr.ilty in fir-t degree ki'J- c-if'-s 'if.ith ;-iry leniency, which wo-iH mike the maximum penalty Youth Gets Large Fish Open Drive For Extension stateHmkcrs .Colt WASHINGTON thc Ser.ate tc-'ay to pnc nght-of-way to thc M! extending a skelclorr.rcil NP.A BR1KUK. X. J. Fishermen for nine and a Jialf mouths shich go :ntodo- College. Yale, and president-clcct i and expressing a rawtic consumption." I of the University of Rochester. j peaceful solution. j> to bow under tte. yoke of ir.c dur.nc thc of thc Pre- reien thread l.nc with and raw matcr.alJ', we reply lmicr'a inspection of Sardinia. i hickory rod. a sTrcng effort to speed a vo'.e, which rr.ay Company of KochtJtw j corr.c today. vice-pres.dtnL   

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