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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - January 19, 1934, Miami, Oklahoma                                Associated Press Leased Wire t XXXI 172 Published Every Evening I Except Saturday and Sunday MornlnK by Minmi NewsRecord Publishing Ottawa County Population JANUARY 1934 Offico of Publication A Stree and First Avenue N PRICE FIVE CENTS Advices Received at Local Headquarters of Reduct ion in Working Time by Hopkins Due to Dwind ling ol National Fund Week PAYROLL IN COUNTY VIRTUALLY HALVED Workers Through out Country Affected Steps Taken to Speed New Appropriation Jobs for Women Workers Being Outlined A relay order today from state headquarters of the CWA advised Crockett county supervis Blood on Auto Inspires Fears for the Safety of Kidnaped Bank President Senator Questions Legality Despite Republicans Map Assault 19 A challenge of the constitutionality of the Roosevelt dollar devaluation bill was given to the Senate today by Carter as the ad ministration speeded efforts to ob tain enactment of the legislation by The outspoken who was secretary of the Treasury in the Wilson administration and re jected the same position with asserted that Attorney General Cummings in upholding to cut tho working hours over j C the county from 30 hours per week thc constitutionality oi the meas to ID hours per except in towns cf more than popula Miami and coining in above the are allowed 24 working hours lessen the regular lime by one The slice in working hours which was authorized by Harry Hop national was clrvigned to keep the CWA within its All expenditures for supplies ure had supreme court de cisions pertinent to the The administration passed the word that passage of the measure by Tuesday was imperative be cause of refinancing operations to be undertaken Republicans Organizing Republicans in the House today mapped changes in the bill that probably will throw askew the plans of Democratic leaders to were also ordered discontinued by pass it on to the Senate by tomor i vow Members within the mi I nority yore disclosed to be County Payroll Halved supervisory and prcfesj organizing all possible strength who have been behind two One working 1C a will be j would place control of the proposed trimmed to tinder the curtaili stabilization fund in inrnt orde Ihe action the hands of the Federal when it was board instead of the Treasury sec found payrolls continued far j Another would limit the life of thc stabilization The amendments will be intro duced tomorrow unless the Demo cratic majority finds some way to blook the In any event some delay was expected despite the urge of the administration to get the big money bill Treas ury officials hoped to have thc stabilization plan made into law quickly in order to combat further adverse changes in the foreign value of the dollar such as occurred in a memorandum placed in the Congressional cited two supreme court decisions which he said held that the fixing of compensation for property seized by thc government is a judicial and not a legislative Indications Are That Ed ward Whose Father Is Personal Friend Of President Was Brutally Slugged When He Resisted Cap tors in naires Mobilized to Help above original estimates and ihve to exhaust tho CWA fund within a week or days It was also ordered that no new wokeys bo employed except for replacement of perrons dropped from the regular This order applies oniy to project Scrivner s and not to the KU pcvvirory or clerical The cut will mean a slke of ap proximately onehalf from the weekly payrolls lie CWA Work Percy Smith was appoint ed yesterday by the state office of the CWA to direct all Ottawa coun ty projects for A of the duties assigned Smith is to determine the need of proposed projects in the Immediately after receiving tho Smith began a survey of several such projects now Women to be employed on the CWA projects must be registered through Ihr offices of Harry Bal linger of Smith raid The work will not conflict with the PER Among i he first group In be called frr this CWA work be Iivn women to the Miami public Thc work there will consist of rcbimiing and recondi tioning many of the books that have bicnmo The CWA office at Miami will have ivitiiing to do with the de part PICnI under the control of Women to be emplovod un setup arc being Freeman Dies In F airland at 82 pioneer 19 S2 years old resident of died at 1130 oclock this morning at his home following a several He suffered a stroke about three or four years ago and has been in ill health since that He was born and reared in the Indian Ter ritory and was part Cherokee In He was engaged in the mer cantile iiisinr s for several years until be retired a few years He war a member of the Odd Fel lows Funeral services will probably viod at tlu1 registration be held in IPIS that they will be called In The basketball games scheduled woil in manner of for tonight between thu Commerce poiting naircs or through the Mi1 and Fairland high schools have postponed until a later of Ihe dealh in Fairland of grandfather of Du mas Commerce on both front and rear seats of Edward Brcmers automobile today inspired fears for the safety of the 37yearold bank helc for ransom by kid napers who have threatened him with Splotches of blood smeared tho front scat of the Bremer sedan when it was found in an outlying residential district shortly after 10 Wednesday it was revealed Indications were the kidnaped owner and head of Commercial State whose Adolph is a personal friend of President was brutally slugged over the head when he re sisted his captors as they invaded his sources close to the family the unconscious who at Wednesday had left his at the exclusive Summit grado school and started for his was dragged into the bark which also was A ransom note gave instructions for assembling for his freedom and warned he would killed if the police were summoned or the newspapers Legionnaires to Help American Legionnaires were called upon today to make an ac tivo search for Spurred by the made in a note on the back door step of the home of Walter a weal thy contractor and friend of the abducted the local legion outlined plans of the search by Minnesota members as well as by members in he neighboring Edward Carruth of Havring national vicecommander of the who spoke here last indorsed the Both Bremer and William Instigated by Some of Accus ed Financiers Assert ITS RELIEF TO SOME Direct Action Welcomed After Weeks of Gossip About Trust Crash a mixture of feelings Tulsa today availed judicial sifting of zleinont charges against 25 of its financial including Harry the oil The filed on complaint of special investi gator appointed by William grew out of the crash last spring of Exchange Trust into which clients and investors had poured The accused men were directors and officers of the company Springers complaints allege em bezzlement of through manipulation of trust absurd and in stigated by political dislike were terms used by some of the accused financiers in commenting the Others withheld state A Relief to Some For many of the trust companys investors the filing of charges brought a degree of relief in that the action meant bringing things to a head after many weeks of gos sip and rumor about the affairs of the defunct financial which formerly was quartered with the Exchange National the par ent in the imposing 30story Exchange bank The bank was reorganized as the bank of Tulsa last spi Sinclair Avoids Arresf Sinclair and Frank re tired New York oil were spared the indignity of possible ar rest on fugitive warrants through judicial Pleas Judge Bradford Williams agreed to let attorneys for outoftown defend ants notifiy their clients to come to for preliminary bankers and eth ers who paid lo kidnapers york city last are Police Agree to Hold Back The death threat was made to prevent a notification to the police Sinclair is on vacation in and Haskcil is reported in New or newspapers of the and caused the missing fa ther to beg city police to hold their forces in They Shortly after thc elder Bremer voiced his Frank star operative of the federal De nartment of arrived here by airplanes from further swelling the federal forces that arc being No word was forthcoming from the fovernment men as to whether they would respect Bremcrs Family Ready to Pay the who snatched their victim last Wed were reported to have made no effort up to early today to communicate with either the Brcniers or their Thc fam ily was represented as prepared to nay the 1uU The elder thc first man to to President in Chicago that he would bj the next is in ill yet despite he and an unmarried I Five more appeared pleaded not guilty and were freed under bond They were Foster of Pe ters and all of Danker Defends Sinclair A not who his name be com mented Harry Sinclair put nto these Why should he embezzle S500 from one ana S900 from another Would he bother with this comparatively small sum And Jim put in twice a mucli as Harry just lo try to keep these companies from going under The complaints cited seven spe cific ranging in amount Continued on Page Fourl Vigilance Maintained in This Area For Convicts Rein for cements Sent Route of Previous Flight Is Watched 8 t OTTAWA ft 6 HOSTAGES 8 KiLSCUJ g 0 State Agents Rush To Northeast Okla Expecting Felons to Head for to Aid OKLAHOMA guardsmen may be called into action if peace officers surround Bob Brady and oilier con victs who from tbc Kan sas penitentiary and who may be headed for the eastern Oklahoma state criminal bureau said Heavily armed with machine Kay John assist ant and Arthur state left here shortly after 9 oclock for Two carloads of Oklahoma county deputy sheriffs expected to assist in the man To Search Cookson Hills Kay said he and his deputies would begin a thorough search of the Cookson hills famil iar to Brady and Jim both former Oklahoma I believe theyre heading for their old said It is our plan to get there before they If we surround the fugi we may call upon national guardsman lo help us close in on Kay said he would keep in com munication with Governor Murray during the the gov ernor issued orders yesterday di recting state guardsmen to stand in readiness in event of any crime emergency and invited local officers to call upon guard units county sheriff and whenever necessary without seek a posse of six men were on their way to Miami to assist local coun ty authorities this afternoon and tonight in kefping a close watch for seven convicts who escaped from the Lansing prison in Kansas this FORT scon a CHMUTE PITTSBURGH ft a PARSONS INDEPENDENCE W flCHcTQPA yOPUfJ f An unofficial report from Okla homa City today said that Stanley Continued On Page Thirteen The report as mentioned that all The Department of Agriculture leading into northeast Okla day reported that winter wheat noma be closely guarded to planting for 1934 was 23 percent nEnt anticipation that some above acreage expected under the escaped men would try to mako I the the crop reduction program of the 1 hideouts in the south and farm Roosevelt to day authorized an increase in veterans allowances of of Sheriff Dee Walters could not be reached this afternoon for confir mation concerning the activity of the Oklahoma City but it is known that all officers of towns in this vicinity have been warned to kcrp all roads co ercd until defi niio plans of protection can be laid this and Prison Plot Reported Days Board Member Says De nial Made by War Telling of of an impending prison break re ceived from convicts several days ago had been transmitted to prison officials for member of the slate board of said to board of administration is the governing body for state penal We had been tipped off some WAUNKD OF PLOT of Detectives John Duncan of the Joseph police department said today he noti fied Lansing prison authorities at oclock yesterday after noon of a contemplated prison Advance knowledge of Ihc escape plans obtained by de tectives here was so Duncan that two of tbc convicts did escape were named in yesterdays tip as partici We notified Lansing prison that the escape would take place between yesterday and next Tuesday said Chief We noti fied the prison that changes clothing and weapons were hid den a short distance from the Chief Duncan declined to re veal the source of his informa j convicts were preparing fina Woodward While we always arc getting re ports rumors from convicts desiring we always made il a practice to pass on for although they sel dom prove lie faid the report was the escape would bo at Warden Itenies Tip en Lacey Simpson denied today that prison officials had received advance tips on the escape of BRADY AND CLARK ARE IN BAND OF FUGITIVES Long Termers Overpower Who Is Unlock Doors With Keys and Go Over Wall With Aid of Improvised Early ESCAPE MADE AMID FUSILLADE OF SHOTS Marksmen Believe They Hit Some of Apparently Well Planned Group Sighted Later Mak ing Way Along Railroad Toward Missouri Fear that the seven convicts who escaped from the Kansas state prison today reay have kidnaped Louis a teacher in a rural school near as a hostage was expressed by prison Dresser failed to appear at his school this Dreser was reported to have been seen in a car with two prisoners seated beside Miss Ruth Bak teacher of the Stony Creek not far from the Mission and Donald a pu said they saw the teacher and the prisoners pass them on a road as they were going to school this Sheriff Al Becker of WyandoUc and a party of deputies rushed to a farmhouse near west of Kansas early this afternoon where one or more of the prisoners who c from Lansing state prison were reported to be Lawrence chief of the state aviation took off with a pilot and two policemeni A nrp M A armed with rifles this afternoon MAIM to lead the hunt for five men who SPOUSE SAYS OF the bank of Biirds Ship Almost Crushed by Iceberg from to the men were char Not all o with each Charges against Marry Sin lair in connection with affairs of i trust recall the loner sixyear fight which mulUniillionaiifi oil magnate made to clear himself of growing Continued on Fage Four A Midden on thc pir rdiing out of nw with ihsll in al working was the ofi the Civil to day lo its fandwindling money Official s lhai about CWA in every section of bis j Harry Ilio Solve Four DOM ection of the Iniled investigating the winild draw IodiKTil pay en Of Postmaster Stewart his wife and two To Funds j burning home here yester today reported a shortage of in postal bullet hole in the head of one Corciiior McCall reported j hi finding of the bole in the kid of thc John Car charred bodies of the four I of the family were found reins of their home here af fire yesterday Excavations Corroborate Genesis j v J V c i V i f r Citadel of King Saul Among Discoveries Reported by Archaeologist After Digging in Jerusalem w Funds Fioing the limo be fore exliatiMinn ir civil 11i Hie ration m puf under wy didav a I pcdilc Ibo Presidents for ove a CWA he until a i aci ivil y ielined iladniiniMnj on in be ii iiiiicj he White it a tha1 alic on Canitol liill i 1 to haMiii the to be j nfin by foi j cni hourin cifiv to a wek to ihc l0ll on Pago SlNDAY I for Henry Gillis 17yearold high school sopho mori who died at bis home here Wednesday will be held at J oi lock Sunday afternoon at the Baptist Thc Oicn will Hui inl be in the cemetery iimier the direction of the Todd Indertaking A r c b aeological that corroborate stories of an cient civilisations as told in thc Book of Genesis were re ported by William Al profesor of Semites al the Johns Hopkins en retuvn Ibis week from At excavated tile citadel of thc liraelitc King The age of thif massive stune structuri placed at I liad been damaged liy fire and was in a pour state of the walls crumbling At in thc Land of Mo Albriirht mado his most significant dis covery and in a most unusual Inhabitant told of seeing long sparks of fire1 leap out of the ground at a certain Albright began exca and unearthed a tomb that dates from befun thc remains of an Israclile ante dates tho Hebrew The story of the Book cf a civiliza tion in IMouh beyond the river had not been although it wa bflievud primitive nomad ic tribes may have inhabited Iho in thc lart if a vdopel with wcll dotiiicd lieforc and hiring lie time of the h Fruin Kirjath Scihor in South an cily in Biblical he alabaster us and The thing tho Al brigbi that the finti will fin niI of tho of thc LITTLE AMERICA Via Mae Kay radio Uichard Byrds Antarctic expe dition flagship narrowly escaped destruction today when a huge ice cliff toppled into the Bay of The flagship bearing most of the members of the was moving slowly through the Bay of Whales seeking a moor ing place from which supplies could j be to thc permanent i camp at Little Admiral Byid himself was on the The tliip moving ut dow about 200 off llv Suddenly ot mile of thc barrier ijs ing from 50 to 70 feel above the of I he roared inlu The flagship was rucked by thc force of the a waves piled the culm surface of the wa The close ii five years Larrier gave way on top of two of IJyrd City of New York and can or Moinbors of tho eribcd ice pill like a ciaper OKLAHOMA a smart always told you he was a smart Thats how pretty 23yearold wife of Bob Big lioyj took the news of his third prison break second he has made from the Kansas state prison at Clad in black she stood in her mothers small home here and then collapsed in a chair wcip Says She Jets Blame Isnt that tile way thing she It seems I gel blamu for everything he They wont believe I never have had anything lo do with his Only a few days ago officers dis covered thai a girl who had flcctc to go to jail rather than pay a traf fic fine was Subse quently they detained Jim wife of Bradys companion in both his Kansas last Memorial Both en have been thai time Brady said she wouldnt pay the ffi fine even if had the money because her mother j needed it more than tle uni added ndins1 that T dont have much lo do wait for I cant Icll you how happy 1 seven ccnvicts from Kansas State prison early If we bad received such re port we certainly would have been better prepared for what hap he The warden explained that both Bob Brady and Jim des peradoes who apparently led in thc had been confined to the solitary coll since they were cap turtd in Xew Today was Bradys he to help two trustees at the cell house do cleaning Warden Simpson news paper iiRii an account of how the break maneuvered in I lie cell at least four of orconvicted escaped from the Kansas state prison shortly before 7 nil today after but not Guard Clyde Three hours after their escape they were still at Prison national g u a r d s rn e peace officers of nearby cities and counties and fed eral agents were engaged in a The flee ing convicts were not when they scaled the wall with the aid of a lad d e r improvised from scrap wood is ji Brady Led Attack he attacked Clyde tho cell house and threatened him with an ice Brady look keys from the guard and unlocked all the cells on thc Harvey now first where 2 prisoners icrving a life term in were j federal penitentiary Brady invited all to join him in for participation in the lirudy anri a hose used who fired al them in the believe soire of their bullets took Two who fled were Bob Brady Jim two of the 1 who Memorial day under I leadership of Wilbur thc Ibj soviii hen to an exjri yard near liic celllmnsi and dl tainid discailcil which brought hack to the cclliioui corridor airl to build the ladder for th Tools were obtained from the Guard Unarnicl Lecd tc as Inis a sp The edition doi Three Robbers Shot I As Store Raid Fails Three men were wounded at Wood s south early allegedly they broke into store at and took 1 1 nth of WIH held Iv if Willi tho third m tj a wheiv picted to j Alien parole from tb TVxa been convitl In r if an and Jack I Allfn was taken net hall county a 00day I i in the rob thc tie I doni wheth er I ever get to see him ul1 it a greal comfort lo know laS I was angry with him thc last lie wrrte me he onlj said two or three Improvement In State Economics OKLAHOMA in the economc condition i indicated by a demand for bonds of state counties and and ad vancing Oklahoma City b iid arge blocks of bond found that eastern was biMing in coin th first time cks of City well abovl WEATHER FORECAST OKLAHOMA Partly cloudy to night fair warmer in west port ARKANSASTartly and Saturday colder in and MISSOURI Generally fair lo nigin and tlighlly Saturday and in rxt KAXSAS fair to niirnt and Satnrlay slightlv or in iKirlb jifirtiMii tHiigliL and i and TEMPERATURES bidding for for customc capitol alho two years five percon jiar wc abduction of Charles Oklahoma nil Others who escaped were Benja niin Tomniio Frank Ihcd Cody and Charles Clifton alias Milton adjutant gen eral of tho national iirdcicd out two batteries of ar Fort Scott and lola and a troop of to guard against the convicts gaining ouilaw IQlreals in the Kpavinaw uf Si Thpy Scattered The last dcfiniln report of the convicts from tho Thry said the o v n n scattered MS foon as tin Lai c r there WOP reportconvicts bail been seen near and Victory not far from the cn ci tho collh Metal Market NKW Mcady sput New Louis spot and pot f11 IDs filliir fnlure c til tlo   

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