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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - May 19, 1932, Miami, Oklahoma                                Associated Press Leased Wire Features MIAMI DAILY NEWSRECORD Ottawa County Population Miami and a NineMile Radius 1930 Including Cardin North XXIX 277 Published Every Evening Except Saturday and Sunday Morning by Miami NewsRecord Publishing Co ISGHWAB LINKS TAX CUTS WITH TRADE REVIVAL ays Government Costs Must Be Reduced and Credit Jams Broken MAY Office of Publication A Street and First Avonne ONFIDENCE NEEDED Tells Steel Insti liftute Balancing of Budget H Must Be First Step May Charles Schwab today reaffirm eS his optimism for the but asserted that costs of government be reduced and existing credit broken before business could In his semiannual presidential to the American Iron chair of Bethlehem Steel corpora said a most important pre equisite for the restoration of pub ic confidence was the demonstra by federal and local govern that they can and will live Swithin their under stress Jfof if The federal budget must be in order to protect our fihational he and in OView of the vastly depleted ability the public to it must be chiefly through the meas ure of reduced Stee Industry Cleaning House The steel he thas put its own house in order and Jthe Federal Reserve system is do ing its J above the federal gov which is the heart of our must balance jJts budget and restore confidence From awhich is the lifeblood of Swill be transfused into our retail yers of re that faith which is so necessary to the flow of God speed the day I am still an even present I continue to have hope and belief in our fu because I have lived so long and have seen our people work their way out of so many trying In this country we have great resources and a great heri We are all of pioneer whether recently or generations The pioneer spirit is iijdevout and Such a cannot permanently be Not fearing the ready to face every and de terminedto fight for whiS wfc1he we are on the path toward f Must Lighten Burden Unless there is a steel output of only 16 to 17 mil Jion the smallest since is indicated for the industry this Schwab pointed The Continued on Page Two GAPSIAMENT Commerce Quapaw S e g ment to Be Included in June 7 Hawks Says OKLAHOMA May for two more paving projects which will complete i Highway 66 across the state will be advertised for June Sam State Highway commission said The two strips are about 10 miles in Ottawa from Com merce through Quapaw to the Kansas line nml the strip through Davenport in Lincoln The commission Wednesday ad vertised for bids for more than five miles of pavement through a project which has been controversy for several years because of the demand of the Fed eral Bureau of Roads for a cutoff to avoid The commission has agreements with the bureau to construct cutoffs at Wellston and 5 Davenport within a I See By The Paper Today TWO SCIENTISTS PLUNGE TO DEATH ON McKINLEY Law and featuring Walter showing Friday and Saturday at the Glory B Sky with Richard Arlen nt the Coleman theater Friday and Spalding tennis balls 4 for at ihe Crown Drug Swiming suits featured this at v The swiming pool openingwill bend many people to Anthonys for bathing Fresh strawberry sodas and sundaes 15c at The national advertisers have good GlyCas Lucky Strike Krutehen Salts MPI Pickwick Hotel Pink j PRICE FIVE CENTS STATEWATCHES AS BURNS SITS IN FOR MURRAY Treacherous ice crevasses of Alaskas Mount highest peak on the North American contin have claimed the lives of two more Allen New and his of New according to reports from Both Carpe inset who was leader ol the and Koven fell into a Koven managed to climb out but died of ex posure before he was Carpes body was not The larger photo shows Carpe on a previous expedition pictured peering into a crevasse similar to that in which he The expedition was plan ned to study cosmic COUP IN STOCKSIS AIRED Group Made Pro fit in Sen ate Counsel Reveals May How John Raskob and other prominent persons profited 078 from a weeks pool operations on new radio stock in was related today in the Senates investigation of the stock The which brought in almost in that short was placed at Those listed by William counsel for the as having culted handsome returns along with the chairman of the Demo cratic National committee included Percy Charles Walter David Fred William Fisher and Charles Testimony also was introduced that persons who put up no money for the pool shared in the among them secre tary to the last President and Eddie the With Card Up Sleeve Senator called it the same as gambling at a card table with a card up the The pool operated through three Meehan Button and Block Maloney Com In the seven Gray shares were bought for He described the ra dio stock movement as having gone from Y 34 on March 5 to a high of 109 14 on March Thn pool began the twelfth and closed out between March 18 and Raskob was listed as having put up and profited while Schwab invested and made Late Flashes HASBKOUGH May Earhart Put nam from Terboro airport today for on the first leg of what she hopes will be the first solo flight by a woman across the The takeoff was at eastern standard May The German airplane re turning to was reported by the steamer Cavalier as passing Cape at m She was flying low through clear weather toward her first scheduled stop at Harbor Tulsans and Miamians Break Even At GetTogether Luncheon Here Spokesmen of Good Will Visitors and Hosts Exchangi Mutual Taken on Tours of Mining and Farming Districts Fiftyeight Tulsa business men sat down between 58 Miamians at Hotel Miami for a good will lunch literally for there were exactly enough men from each city to alternate seats and come out even at the ends of the This afternoon the Tulsans di vided into two both of which were in charge of Miami and made trips either to the zinc and lead mining field or to some of the best examples of Ot tawa county agricultural There was almost a proVolstead atmosphere of geniality at the luncheon despite the fact that it lasted two hours arid 10 and every member of both organizations was The friendliness did not have to start at the There was already a good for more than half of the Miamians knew one or more of the visitors and the same rule applied to At Vinita Tonight Tonight the Tulsans will eat din ner with the Vinita Chamber of and some of the Miami group may see the oil capital resi dents that much of the way president of the Miami introduced Dexter Moss of who first introduced Newt Graham of Tulsa and William Hoi executive secretary of the Tulsa TriState Mining Reviewed The Willmoore Kendall re plied to a request with one of his short oratorical gems which have made both himself and Miami fa fous a la Will following which secretary of the producers as gave a brief summary of the mining Zinc and lead mining began the southwest Missouri district with the output mostly but zinc came into demand about Since then the TriState dis trict has produced an estimate o tons of zinc concentrates and tons of leaf concen trates worth about the engineer In tin same area produced 30 percent o the United States he said adding that the present low ebb o mining should not be discouraging in view of the prospect for grea increase in the use of metals fo almost every There has mined in the in all previous Harbaugl and the next 25 years shoulc see even greater demands for me been more meta last 25 Aears thai tallic I Cy A very Speaks Cy pioneer Oklahoman former rqad commissioner an state made a short on followed by a talk b County Agent Walker on th value of orchard red top yellow hop clover and the sight ply pasture mixture for year around cattle feeding and livestoc A Mutual Objective John chancel lor of the University of rtis claimed a philanthropic motive on the part of Tulsa in making goo will but declared his grou wanted nothing of Miami tha would be any good to Miamian Ours is a program of mutua enlightened th chancellor elaborating on how Tulsa could provide amarke for Miami and TriState farm am mining how Miami am Tulsa could cooperate for strongtl in obtaining their share of fiat roads and other how Tills could provide amusements anc weekend wholesale and industrial facilities needed bj Others introduced were W Chat Skinner of 0 Buck of Bavtlett an William Wav of 800 MEN LABOR 1 TO RESCUE 50 BURIED ALIVE Avilla Bank Robbed Cashier Kidnaped May cashier of the Bank of 12 miles east of Car kidnaped this afternoon by two men who robber the insti tution of an undetermined amount of money and escaped in an auto driving toward Carthage on Highway NewsRecord Daily Theater Guest List May Definite indication that the 50 men entombed in the Las Raices tunnel near heie yesterday were still alive spurred the efforts of the rescue crw of 800 to redouble their ef forts Early this morning it was dis covered that the entombed men were handling the air values run ning into the It was the first indication that they had been able to survive tho severe cold and dampness on the The rescuers said hoped to reach the men by The rescue efforts were pushed vigorously because it was believed that if the men were not reached before 50 hours they would be in danger of drowning by water ac cumulating in the blocked Torrential rains were falling and tho weather was bitter The following persons are in vited to the Coleman theater as special guests of the News May 19 Butcher Lloyd Trigg Watch for your name it may be next Clip this and present at the Consolidation of Counties Urged OKLAHOMA May 19 Consolidation of Oklahomas 77 counties into 20 would save annually in says Ford State Chamber of Commerce Declaring consolidation of coun ties offers the only psrmanent tax Harper estimated the program would renult in a tax sav ing of on each He i abolition of the states 956 townships and consoli dation of the school districts into not more than SeguoyahlndianClub Will Meet Tonight The newlyorganized Sequoya Indian club here will meet at oclock tonight in the district court it was announced today b the Grover presi who is calling the All of any wheth er already members of the club are invited to WEATHER FORECAST 0 k1 a homa Fair tonight Fri day partly cloud A r k a n sas Fair tonight Fri i day fair some what warmer i west and centra w h a t unsettle tonight and some possibi ity of showers in extivme north slightly warmer tonight in east an southeas in north south and in extreme Friday cooler Friday and north central MIAMI TEMPERATURE Temperatures in Miami from oclock yesterday afternoon unt noon today Cognac bvrjdy is often aged in oak casks for more than 70 2 4 i 5 10 midnight 80 2 4 b 10 lut Acting Governor Laugh ingly Parries Queries as to His Course EAST Jumors Current That Tem porary Executive Will Lift Martial Law BULLETIN OKLAHOMA May 19 another blow at the Atoka county subpris on project sponsored by Robert acting today directed Berry King to in stitute any proceedings neces sary to prevent the State Board of Affairs from making further expenditures on the OKLAHOMA May unfinished f business at the capitol faced acting Rob ert Burns when he took over the duties of the governors office to Murray was en route o where he will address a farmers festival gather ng He was accompanied y Murray and Cicero Mur a distant cousin who is in charge of the military unit super vising oil proration in the Okla loma City field Cicero Murray was reported to be on his way to Wash to appear in support of a bill by Senator Elmer Thomas proposing compacts between of producing states for regulating unconfirmed reports were current that who re cently advised Murray that if he didnt like the way I run the stay at home and run it your might again take a free hand in countermanding certain executive orders promulgated by the May Lift Martial While Burns refused to comment one report was that he planned to lift martial law in the oil fields Despite a decision by the supreme court in Washington this week up holding the Oklahoma proration Governor Murray said he didnt dare lift martial law be cause the inferior federal courts might take While Governor Murray wa cariipalgning in the interest of hi candidacy for the Democrat nomination for President in Oregoi several weeks the lieutenan governor countermanded an orde for construction of a subprison in Atoka sponsored by th chief Prison Action Blocked Governor Murray dashed bad to Oklahoma and put the subprison order back into criticising Burns for his Before the governor left for a man lamus action in thf prison casi was drawn It was to be filec in the state supreme court todaj to test validity of the board of af fairs expenditures on the prison This action was expectei to halt any move by Burns t thwart the governors prison plan Whether Burns would take ad vantage of the opportunity to re call the national guardsmen fron the oil fields was a matter for con Cicero Murrays absence left the governors First Lieut Myssena and First Lieut John Callihan in charge of th Oklahoma City fields army of oc Burns Merely Laughs Burns laughed when asked abou reports he might lift martial because of the supreme court rul Murray is governor what di he say about that he queried When the governors words wer Burns In going to be at the capitol pretty Well see about In the governors absence Claude his as signed Murrays personal stenog Armine Kingslanc to the acting governors office While the governor was in Oregon Burns charged little effort wai made by Murrays office staff t aid him in his extra Burns is handling the work o the governors office without pay the special fund for paying th acting governor having been de pleted because of Murrays num erous GARNEROFFERS HIS ECONOMIC RELIED PLANS Speaker Proposes Issuance of Billion in Bonds for Building Program May Ipeaker Garner today in a formal tatement made three suggestions o relieve the economic situation n the country and said he hoped he administration would cooper ate with Congress in enacting them nto His program called for the is uance of one billion dollars in londs for a government building broadening the base of Jie Reconstruction Finance cor oration to add one billion dollars o its present two billion dollar and passage of the Hud dleston bill to place in he hands of President Hoover to e used in relieving extreme suf fering in any section of the coun Opposes the Dole Garner said he was unalterab y opposed to the but it must e apparent that before Congress adjourns some real effort must be made toward taking care of the unemployment situation as well as he people who are in physical dis tress as a result of lack of food and Ever since Congress met in Garner it has been discussing and undertaking to pass legislation that would be helpful in relieving the present distressing economic Some farreaching legislation has been placed upon the statute Distress Has Increased I have been hopeful these legislative efforts would tend to bring about better but the facts are that the unemploy ment and distress of the people 60 Americans Face Red Peril in China 65 7 May Thi safety of GO most o them was threatcnef today at Pengpu by a host of 000 Chinese communists which wa overrunning North Anhwei pro The communists had a force of Nanking troop west of Pengpu threatened t cut the TientsinPukow raihvaj south of blocking the arriv al of reinforcements to aid the em battled government Reports from Americans a Pcngpu said they doubted the com munists would be able to caplur the bul the apprehension wa The Chinese government rushei to Pengpu last Monday a the request of the American lega Three thousand troops wer sent from here and another divi ion from Apparent it was this force which was re ported surrounded by the greatl superior force of CURTIS CLEARED OF ACTUAL KIDNAPING DEAN OBSTINATE WOULD WIDEN Also Suggests Hoover Get Fund to Use in Extreme Suffering Woman Teacher Grilled in Ransom Inquiry Mary Who Rent ed Apartment With and Bills After Tele phone Talk With Con Is Questioned NEW May Wary Brooklyn school for whom Assistant Dis trict Attorney Jacobs of Kings said he was look ng in connection with the Lind jergh kidnaping was in his Continued on Page Two AH Miami Program Wil Be Presented at High School Commencement No hackneyed phrases rehashec from another days oratory will dul the lustre of the 1932 Miami high school commencement night for seniors and the hundreds ofrela tives and friends who will attenc at the high school auditorium to The class of 32 has prepared a program new in design and now in with almost every pari representing the class noi spine outsider coming here for the and possibly the last time to talk to strangers as a stran ger aboXit something in whicl neither the sneaker nor the listen ers may be High school high school Miami ministers members of the school board anr executive officers of the schoo will present the program which follows high school orches the Harry Cur First Presbyterian The Class of Claj The Mantle of Peggy Lou Sun Down Sea Edwin Sleek Girls Glee Miami High School as a Com Nich Training for the Worthy Usi of Gertrude By the Waters of Babylon Virginia Lee Pat Helen Clair Virginia Lorena Training for Commercial Robert Training for the Colleges am Charles Waeckerle Presentation of the Class of to the Board of F Presentation of R Continued on Page Six Fire Routs Commerce Razes Home May Commerce resident section was dealt anothrc blow by fire last night when a fivcroon dwelling was burned with all th furniture and a tworoom adjoining was demolished although thn furnishings were The blaze was discovers about 1 oclock this and Henry Gunnel and their two daughters barely caped alive from their They wfrp awakened by smoke th crackling of flames afte half of thfir 120 North Vine was enveloped in They had barely time to dash out of the house in their night Th fire apparently started in the kitchen from some unknown The adjoining tworoom Imisc owned by Miss Artie Potts was de but almost everything wan office late this being Jacobs was ab set Public School where she He said he told the detectives to pro ceed to 33 Riverside Man where he said she rented an apartment two weeks Jacobs said he was informed Ford paid for a months in with and Continued on Page Six JAFSIE ON NEW MYSTERY TRIP Condon and Detectives Go to West Study ing Maps En Route WEST May John the Jafsie of the Lindbergh kidnap ing arrived in West Point late today and went into confer ence with a member of the faculty of the Unit ed States Military In his own trailed by two New York City detectives in an other Condon drove to West Point from in the murichhig santitvieSies and studying maps en On his arrival at the he held a long whispered conference with the two They ap peared to be studying Then one of them got into Condons car and off with his Condon apparently di recting them where to Condon then hailed a passing motorcycle with a side and the other detective got into the side directing the man on the mo torcycle to follow Condons Condon then went into con ference with Colonel Alexander at the latters home on the academy Colonel Alexander is head of the department of map drawing at the academy and is said to have in his home a large col lection of maps of the whole east ern Condon drove to West Point by way of it had been he was to inspect the pictures in the rogues gallery at Sing but he did not stop at tho Before going to West Point to he paid two visits to a police station in the On his re turn home1 from tho first he received a and then im Held in Jail After Waiving Hearing on Charge of Hampering Ship builder Bitterly Implicates Churchman in Bid for Payment of Ran som CLERGYMAN REFUSES TO GO TO JERSEY But He Expresses Willing ness to Be Questioned in Norfolk Develop ments Retard Search for May of State Po lice Norman Schwarzkopf an nounced today that there is noth ing that would in any way link John Curtis Norfolk with the actual kidnapers of the baby and the colK tion of the ran som Curtis was jailed at Fleming on yesterday following his confes sion that he had perpetrated a loax on the Lindberghs in claim ng falsely that he was indirect contact with the kidnapers of their After Jie investigation was immediately begun as to Cur bs whereabouts on the night of March when the baby was kid and the nigut of April when the ransom waspaid y John Awarz topfs statement today came as a result of this Condon Cooperates After exonerating Curtis of im plication in the actual kidnaping and collection of the Schwarzkopf said that Condon lad been most cooperative with police and had offered to come to Hopewell or go anywhere else with the A message received from his daughter this Schwarz kopf indicates that Condons physic n has ordered that he rest for several fore his activities arc As soon as Condon is rested he will continue taking him mediately returned to the police SEDAN STOLEN HERE A black fourdoor Model A Ford sedan was stolen from in front of the Howard McBrian 207 First avenue between oclock last night and oclock this The car car vied four new Peerless tires ami had a gold stripe around the The tag number was McBrian Mouse Put in Den Of Snakes Emerges AsCoiiqiieringHero May Little Daniel Mouse today was rechristoncfl Richard the Lion It conquered a whole collection of rattlesnakes in a downtown store display a tiny rodent captured in store by amateur natural was put by them yesterday in a cage containing 12 reptiles owned by Wesley high school whom one of the snakes bit and sent to a hos pital two weeks But the who had equipped themselves with stop watches see just how long it would take the snakes to devour the got the surprise of their Little Daniel advanced bold nipped two snakes who were the first to bare their fangs at him and drew blood from tho big rattler that bit The oth ers quickly Leon local and Lewis store lifted the mouse from the cage with a gave it a feed and after the re turned it made comment on the telegram from the in which the Norfolk associate the Curtis activities declined to come to but said would give all information to po lice going to No Way to Coerce Dean Under these said it will not be possible to confront Curtis with which at this lime we are very anxious to There is no legal way irPwhich we can force Peacocks presence in either Hopewell or The full statement as it applied to Curtis follows On April Curtis was in the company of Richards and his actions are accounted There is nothing that would in any way link him with the actual kid napers and the collection of the ransom When Curtis was first questioned he manifested concern for the safety of his family and we requested the director of public Charles Borland of to protect the Cur ts No reports have been received that any threats nave been made against any member of his f Didnt See Ransom Notes It is understood that Cur tis has a Continued on Paije Two Chambers Sells Banking Interests May Katharine of Jop has acquired the banking in terests of presi dent of the Bank of and the Thomas another large it was announc ed today by A re organization of the bank for recognition of the new stock own ership is expected within a few a banker for the last 24 years and known through Oklahoma and the TriState dis has been in active manage ment of the Quapaw institution since In Im the First Na tional bank of Quapaw and the Quapaw State bank consolidated with Chambers as Twentytwo years of Cham bers banking experience has been in Oklahoma and 14 years of that time hrheaded the Quapaw Chambers served for two years as the Oklahoma Slate Bankers as sociation president and two years as the Ottawa County Bankers as sociation I have no immediate ex cept to catch up on some fishing and golfing that I have been neg Chambers Metal Market NEW May 9 m Lead dull spot New York East Louis Zinc stead ier Enst Louis spot and future May spot J2s fid future J spit 12s 6d future   

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