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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - July 9, 1930, Miami, Oklahoma                                Associated Press Leased Wire Feftures DAILY NEWS j Ottawa County Population Publlshad Every Evenins Except Saturday and Sunday Morning by Miami NewsRecord PublishinB JULY Office of Publication 8537 A Street liami and a 9MileRadius 1930 Including North XXVIII 3 RIPLE HANGING OF BANDIT TRIO lET FOR JULY 25 1 SILENT WIDOW SEALS TRIOS DOOM ansas City Awaits Execu tioft of Policeman Happy Smiths Slayers is Woman Whose Intervention Might Save Them Is Silent to Appeals KANSAS July Three men will go to their deaths the gollaws in a triple hanging here July 25 because the woman who was made a widow and whose four children were orphaned by their bullets refusesx to say the that might save With the wholesale ansas City will have settled its count with the bandits who com itted a particularly sepsational robbery and coldblooded mur ir while the Republican National invention was in session here in And the death of Policeman Happy one of Kan sas Citys most popular traffic of will have been The woman whose de spite tearful pleas has kealed their dobm is Happy Smiths If she should ask raat their lives be spared they Wight have a If she does they have no She in sts that she will not move to save Home Is Guarded As the day of execution e have placed a guard at for friends and rela of the bandits have put se pressure on her in a futile ef fqrt to win commutation of the d6ath the three condemned Na Tony and John under heavy guard at the county jail where ma chine guns have been mounted to any possible attempt to t Several times the mothers of condemned men have gone to Smiths home with other women who identified themselves as mission On each oc after pleading with the visitors Would fall on their One of the mission workers would Let us and the visitors would offer a jprayer asking that God move the tVwidows heart so that she would for the fe Smith and her orphaned children would stand with bowed heads while the visitors prayed and each when the was Smith would say 1 am sorry for It is ter rible for any mother to know her son is to be I could not interfere even though I wish Now the city is guarding widows and the bandits relatives and friends are not per mitted to Plead With Parents Another object of attention on the of the slayers relatives has been the home of Smiths fa ther and and Roney who live on a farm 100 miles from Kansas Sev firal times the mothers and friends have called when they went on thoir knfies before said Those men did not hesitate to take a life in the I can not do anything for And the dead patrolmans moth told Lucille Messino and Carmelia anthers of two of the bandits I cannot interfere with the REED GIVES HYDE AND LEGGE HOT RECEPTION James widowed by the bandits is pictured above as she reads a newspaper announcing their her chil dren beside They are 2 8 and Inset is her late Policeman Happy Below the three men facing the gallows Carl Tony Mangiaracina and John MERCURY GOES TO 100 TODAY Three Deaths Middle ture 106 in Montana JAKE PARALYSIS CRIPPLES OFFER SELVES IN TESTS OonHnupfl nn Pafjp Two todays best news Index to Commercial Activity in the Great Southwest for SunProof pROWN DRUG jji K MENS needs for for a ft ELLIOTT MOTOR Unsur passed used car GLORY B THEATRE Strictly CONSUMERS GAS incinerator COLEMAN THEATRE Beau MILLNER ture for summer SAPP Insure your auto LEMAN HUTTS Vacation tooth brush MINIATURE GOLF COURSE Loop the SCOTTLIVINGSTON Final clearance sale on womens ii JTjlMES TIRE SERVICE Kuup Scool with Firestone JUXONS FLOWER iSjt with JpRST NATIONAL BANK RATIONAL ADVERTISERS XfCuticura Frisco Groves Hills Julian Passion Play Santa Fe Zemo viRaleigh Milk of Magnesia Cun niriffham Summer shot par in Miami to day For a scorching one hundred Recorded on government in struments With the usual Sol pepped up his game to day to strike off 100 degrees above zero on the government thermom eter here for the first time in Yesterdays maximum of 98 de grees above zero was tho highest mark until Thehifeh mark of the summer until last Sanday was a temperature reached sev eral days in Street thermometers in several places here today registered more than it is to the reflection of the suns rays by the pavement and brick buildings near the The govern ment instrument here is enclosed in a shuttered but wellventilated and roofed wooden located in an unprotected OKLAHOMA July victims of Jake crippled since today of fered themselves to medical ex perts to be used in experimenting for possible cures for the mysteri ous One of the a has no use of his and his hands also are The others feet are paralyzed and he has been un able to work for four Until which has isolat ed to the satisfaction of investiga tors a drug known as tricresyl as cause of the is complet it is probable the volunteer vic tims will not be Every resource of the state has been thrown behind efforts of Turley and Oklahoma City medical to discover exact cause of the which affected 600 men and women Jamaica ginger consumption pre ceded most of the New supplies of tricresyl were ordered today for further experi Early results indicate the paralysis is of the ascending physicians but this has not been proved Speaking on Same Program at Kansas Executive Scores Their Policies VOICES COUNTERIDEA Suggests Curtailment in Farm Machinery Instead of Wheat Acreage Reduction July Dif fering sharply with the policy if wheat acreage reduction advocated by Chairman Leggo of the Federal Farm board and Secretary of Ag riculture Clyde Reed today declared that can agriculture has been asked to definitely and permanently subor dinate itself to Speaking on the same program with Legge and who are making a tour of five of the mid western wheat producing Governor Reed suggested in place of a wheat acreage a curtailment of the manufacturing of agricultural implements so as to limit the output to domestic re thus eliminating the exportation of this machinery to other countries for the purpose of enabling them to produce more wheat at a lower cost so as to be better able to compete in the world market with the American wheat OverProduction Not Large The United Governor Reed said in his prepared produces a surplus of wheat and a surplus of agricultural imple About 20 to 25 percent of the total volume of production in each is Has there been any suggestion of the cur tailment of the manufacturing oJ agricultural implements The Kansas declarec there was no substantial overpro duction of wheat in the world at but there may be if the American manufacturer of agricul tural implements can bring it abou in order to create a market for hi excess In order to meet the situation thus being the American wheat farm er is asked to reduce the scope of his Low Price Not Justified Present world conditions did not NATIONAL ROAD SYSTEM URGED AT CONVENTION Shortest Routes Advocated by Losh as Only Traffic Solution WENTZ IS HONORED Elected Vice President of He Decries Political Highways OKLAHOMA July of an increase in nation wide travel and the need and absolute necessity for a number of continuous major routes completed to a high standard is universally apparent and a national system offers the only state highway engineer of told the eighteenth an nual convention of the United States Good Roads association to Highway departments in the fu ture will be with prob DIES IN PLUNGE OVER NIAGARA ssociafed Press Photo July 9 The scorching heat today had melted away north and middle western temperature records of long stand the prospects for immedi ate were There were three deaths for which the heat was held responsi Temperatures above the 100de gree mark were reached in many cities with Miles blis tering Jnder a 106degree for the days Emporia baked under a 105degree Sioux wag 104 d Continupd on Pagt Six Chamber to Hear Talk on Taxation With tax valuations and similar government al problems much in the public eye at this Thursdays Chamber of Commerce program is expected to attract a record crowd of Miami Scott a member of Holloways unofficial tax commission foi will make an Thompson is expected to in part at the work of the tax commission of which is a member something of its justify Governor low price of Reed Large Youth Gets 3 Years For Miami Burglary Pleading guilty to a charge of burglary in Ottawa county dis trict court this Glandon was sentenced to three years in the state reformatory at by Judge Glandon is about 20 years With Rouse and Glandon was captured here Jrane 20 after the trio had looted the Continental Oil com pany warehouse here and a Bax ter produce Hopkins anr Glandon are serving terms in the Kansas state prison for the produce house in which chickens were and Glandon pleaded quilty to burglary of the warehouse Clay Cochran and Jesse merchant policeman and city pa arrested the three all of whom are about 20 years wheat crops of 1927 and 1928 did produce an abnormal he but the surplus has been absorbed to a point where the only substantial amount of wheat on hand is in the United States and Canada and the excess above nor mal in the United States has been brought down to a point where it is not Regarding the remedy for the present low price of the governor said It is my understanding that the agricultural marketing act was passed and the board created for Federal Farm the purpose of dealing with just such situations as thisIf the farm board were not created for that purpose and given to work then I have misunderstood the pur port of the whole plan of farm re Low Prices Not Justified Jackson Taken for Trial attractive and sus 25yearold manicurist pected accomplice of a band of fastworking and desperate auto mobile will leave Miami late today in custody of an Okla homa oounty deputy She will face charge of automobile ilieft at Oklahoma where the car which she was when arrested here by Sheriff Dee Wat was deputy is taking the wo man to the capital WEATHER FORECAST Oklahoma and Arkansas erally con tinued warm night and Thurs 1J lv fair Anight 4 and Thursday continued Jill AMI TU Temperatures in Miami from 13 oclock Tuesday until noon Wed Some criticism of the board for what he termed its failure to act was made by Governor Reed in voicing his opinion that prompt action by the board would add probably 20 cents a bushel to the going price of the wheat crop now being harvested and I cannot understand why the farm board hesitates to act in situation of this It has been suggested from various quarters that the farm board was not acting in this instance not from a lack of belief it could improve the wheat price but because through a continuance of an abnor mally low price a curtailment in wheat acreage would be brough The Kansas governor said he Continued on Pace Two lems other than the construction and maintenance of Losh Contact with the public vvill come through roadside protection and control of road side advertising or its vehicle registration and police patrol of high roadside concessions and oth er matters touching upon the pro tection of the traveling public and the preservation of the Highways should be built on the shortest practicable line giving due regard to such natural condi tions as flood hazards and general Highway right of way should be widened and prop erly taken care of by the depart The time is at hand when traf fic regulations must consider the safety and convenience of the road user and also the preservation of the road Chosen Kirkpatrick of was unanimously elected presi dent of the association and Char lotte was selected as the 1931 meet ing place of the organization in ts session here Lew chairman of the Oklahoma State Highway commis was elected vice president of he Next years con vention will be held the first week in Following the election of offic report of the resolutions committee was in which the association commended President Hoover and Congress for their generosity and vision in increasing the annual appropriation for fed eral aid to good roads from to and recom mended the annual appropriation be increased to and plac ed on a continuing as an in vestment Seek Cabinet Place The association went on record as requesting that Congress cre ate a secretary of highways as a cabinet in the belief that importance of roads is such and transcontinental high ways are so vital to the welfare of the republic as to1 make such an office a Politics and highway Improve ments should not be Wentz told the To expend state funds to secure the success of political parties or candidates Is To for political reasons employes who are 60 90 percent as efficient as other employes that be is a misuse of state funds to that he George died of suffocation in a woocfen barrel of his own in which he rode over Niagara The above picture was taken a few minutes before he entered the barrel for his fatal Lone Bandit Uses Eight Hired Men For Atmosphere LOS July bandit with a flair for showmanship moved his com pany into the lobby of the First National bank of Artesia yes terday and staged a perform ance for which he exacted a fee I have a gun on Five men within and three read a note he handed the Hand me all the money you My men will stay here for half an hour af ter I The robber took and de His men strolled in silence about the bank until the police He hired us at an employ ment agency to work on a the leader explained when informed he had been an accomplice in a bank He told us to follow him to the bank where he would get pay roll t Convinced the menunsuspect been atmosphere1 for the police released the first known journeymen bank robbery SHOWDOWN ON HUSTON NEAR Republican Young Guard to Bring Resignation Move to Head Tomorrow Hospital in Vinita To Have New Ward OKLAHOMA July contract for building of a ward at the Eastern Oklahoma hospital at will be let by the State Board of Af fairs July Roy mem ber of the said Palestine money bears inscrip tions in Arabic and He Senate Group Renews Call forJTreaty Data Alabama Contends Secretary of State Is Responsible to Congress and Not to President Delay Worries Pact Advocates KANSASCENSUS GAIN Total Population Placed at Coun ty Has Biggest Decrease July population for 1930 was a compilation by the Associated Press of preliminary census re ports from all of the 105 counties of the state showed The increase over the 1920 fed eral census figure of was or a gain of approximate ly percent in the 10year peri totals Of all Ihe counties with a population of showed the largest popu lation increasing Wyandotte county remained in first place in the having a to tal of although its increase was but Shawnee county gained and held third place with a population of The county with the least popu lation is which reported a gain of nearly 700 over its 1920 Showing the largest Crawford dropped to 305 and was displaced from fourth place by Montgomery which made a gain of to July Republican leaders are determined to have a showdown with Claudius Huston over his continuance as na tional chairman at tomorrows meeting of party officers and they have arranged for those officers who cannot be present to send their Officers of the committee are without authority to remove Hus but after several conferences today it was decided to lay before Huston tomorrow the opposi tion within the Republican ranks to his continuance as The Republican chieftains are taking into account the possibility of a fight by In that event they are going look to President Hoover tive committee in spedal Senator Fess of Ohio has been slated as Hustons successor with Robert Lucas of the commissioner of internal acting as chief executive officer in actual charge of campaign organ ization Difficulties in the Republican na tional organization increased today with the foes of Huston repeat ing demands for his retirement as chairman while he apparently was just as determined to carry Republican principally the Young complained against Huston to Senator Watson of the Republican They suggested that he go before the meeting here tomorrow of the officers of the national who have been called together by Watson Loath to Act A close friend of Sen ator Watson indicated he was loath to move and there were signs today that he had put the issue up to President The President is still so far as anyone on what steps to if FIVE TWO PLANES CO DOWN AT SEA FLIERS MISSING Two Americans Lost With German Craft in Landing Off Denmark Coast ATLANTIC HOP PAILS Ship Rescues Frenchmen in First Mail Flight From America to Africa July Two Miss Ruth Patricia 25 years of Philadel and John Burkholder of Mount were believed today to have been drowned with three other passengers in the cap sizing of the German flying boat D864 which made a forced land ing off the coast of Denmark in a rough sea The boat left Ger yesterday afternoon in the KalmarStockholm A gale came up anfl engine the pilot to make an emergency landing in the sea near theIsland of Life Belt Way The mechanic and one senger were rescued by the Danish ship which had taken the plane in but the other fiye passengers disappeared in the sea when the plane Efforts to rescue them were made by several other boats which had rushed to the assistance of the but so far as could be determined none of the five still was picked although Miss Northrop was reportedto have missed only by aTiarrow margin when her life belt parted as efforts were be ing made to hoist her aboard the steamer Meanwhile today the German cruiser several German destroyers and several Danish and German airplanes weje seeking the Baltic for the missing Rough Seas Thwart Rescue Pilot Kuring of the flying ma in a report to the Luft Hansa said that he be lieved that the Spaes had picked up several of the missing Captain Born of the reported that rough seas had baffled all his attempts to ap proachthe distresseed and rescue the five persons clinging to 1 nesday 2 4 6 8 10 Midnipht 4 6 g 10 July Advocates of the McKellar resolu tion calling on President Hoover for the international correspon dence leading up to negotiation of the London naval treaty re newed their arguments at the opening of the Senate today while administration leaders pressed for an After a bare quorum of 49 sen ators answered the roll Sen ator called for adoption of the resolu tion on the ground that it involved a right of the Senate and was not a question of Treaty proponents were not BO much concerned over the document resolution as they were over the delay it might cause in reaching a vote on the treaty Senator chairman of the naval com was waiting for a vote on the McKellar proposal with a the the 000word speech against He hoped to make address before the was Late Flashes This question of the informal negotiations transcends in impor tance the question of the treaty Black I voted for a favorable report on the treaty in I expect to vote for it in the I shall how if a motion is made to that to postpone a vote until the rights of the Senate have been recognized and The Alabaman contended the President was not the custodian of the files in the State depart ment and that the secretary of state was responsible to Congress and not to the chief Senator author of the document resolution and an opponent of the placed in the record a let ter from William Gumming a former president of the Daughters the American Rev complimenting his opposi tion to the She wrote she was sending letters to all senators delay in VATICAN July Cardinal 93yearold dean of the sacred died late today after several days ser ious With revolt against Huston crys tallizing at the capitol in view of his seeming unwillingness to re there was talk also of a drive against Senator Moses of New it both arrived in Berlin July 1 and were booked for passage to Stock Ocean Mail Saved July Jean noted French air man on the first westtoeast transAtlantie air mail flight be tween South America and was forced to come down on the sea when well over halfway across He and his two cpmpariibns Leopold radio and Jean were rescued and the 600 pounds of air mail which they took aboard on leaving was Mermoz three hours earlier had discovered an oil leak which ap parently was not but two hours before he came down the oil pressure dropped alarmingly and Continued on Page Six RALPH FLEAGLE MAY GO TO HIS DEATH TONIGHT Continued on Page Six Parole Granted To John McBee OKLAHOMA July the 20 paroles recom mended today by the advisory par don and parole board for the Gran ite reformatory and announced by state pardon and pa role was a parole for John 20yearold Ottawa county farm youth convicted of larceny of an automobile in July a majority of only three the MacDonald government today scraped through a division on the finance bill which had been re garded as July player relations with tho five non draft minor leagues will be biok cn off by the American and Nation al leagues unless the minors accept the universal This drastic resolution was passed today at a joint meeting of the major The Ottawa county who reared on a farm near Miami and has many relatives in north eastern was sentenced to serve five years for car theft beginning Twenty months of that time has been serv McBee was the younger of two men involved in the car theft cass in which he was He believed to have been drawn into the crime by his more mature com He was only 18 years old when he went to July From sources very close to Gover nor it was learned today plans are to execute Ralph Flea Lamar The governor heard a lengthy plea by Fleagles Unless new evidence in the case is presented Governor Fleagles death penalty will not be commuted to life imprisonment and the hanging will likely be to one of the governors clos est advisers No new evidence was contained in the July Senator New said in the Senate to day that Senator Republi was wrongful ly in possession of the secret documents leading to negotia of the London naval Babe Ruth Receives 3Day Suspension NEW July Babe Ruth received a threeday suspension today as the result of yesterdays altercation with Um pire Brick The Babe protested Violently about the umpires decision on a called third strike against Charley Huffing in the first game of yes terdays doubleheader and was or dered from the Notice of tho suspension came from President E Barnard of the American league after he hud received the umpires Two Youths Hold Up Bank at July Bank of 14 miles northeast of was robbed at oclock this morning by two un masked men who held up four of ficials and four customers and es caped in waiting coupe with ap proximately in One of the officials was able to give the but due to con fusion the both apparently in their late had little dififculty in getting out of They eastward to ward The officials and customers were ordered to fall on the floor faen down and later were shoved into the vault while the robbers scoop ed up the BLAST KILLS 18 MINERS July Tele gruph Union today reported from Breslau that 18 coal miners killed and scores were imprisoned by a coal gas explosion in the Wen ceslaus near Metal Market NEW July New York spot East Louis spot Zinc steady East Louis spot and future July 9 spot 2s 6d future spot Its 6d futire 3   

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