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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - March 15, 1934, Miami, Oklahoma                              Associated Presa Leased Wire XXXI 219 IAMI DAILY NEWSRECOR Ottawa County Population Published Every Evening Except Saturday and Sunday Morninn by Miami NewaRccord PubliehinR MARCH 1571931 Office of Publication A Street and First Avenue N PRICE FIVE CENTS Insull Disappears From Athens Eluding Policemen TT U H Greek Government Admits Fugtitive American Has Made His Escape WIFE IS IN CUSTODY Police Question But She Denies Knowledge Of His Destination March uel wanted in Chicago on charges of embezzlement and grand fled from his apart jnent home early today and it was believed he was on his way to After hours of official silence and dozens of conflicting unofficial the through the department of alien ad mitted officially that the 74year old former utilities czar had es Insull apparently made his es cape through a police cordon that surrounded his where he has been in refuge from American au thorilies more than a The lale was told that he left dressed ns a Police Quiz Servants Insull was taken inlo cus tody and queslioned by Ihe They also quizzed Kuy Ihe Greek wife of a Baghdad date a close friend of and Per sonal servants also were ques Insull told the police lhat her husband had she she had no idea of where he had Insulls sudden disappearance came while high government au thorities were declaring that Insull positively would leave the country tonight in compliance with the of ficial order that he had to quit Greece before The news that he had escaped the surveillance of the authorities hummed through Athens like a The people gathered every where to discuss the oncepowerful industrial magnate who had foiled their countrys May Have Fled to Island Some believevd that he might have fled in the darkness before dawn on a small boat to one of the thousands of islands of the Aegean some of which belong to some to and some to The barren hillsides surrounding Athens do not present much chance of a hiding but lo the north west he might find a haven in the wild mountains of where hitter blood feuds rage between the fierce hill one of whose clans might protect him against the world if it were worth their The consensus that Insull had Paris in mind when he left It was said that when Insull left his home in feminine guise he was accompanied by a that the couple entered an and departed to board train for the express Middleman Is Facing Milk Process Tax March LT middleman may be stuck with a processing tax for the first time if farm administration plans milk control carry The suggestion is a departure from previous plans of the admin istration for levying taxes designed to be turned back in farmers bene In the programs for and corn and hogs the processing taxes have been levied with the expectation that they would be passed on to con The proposed milk processing tax is expected to be about 5 cents per pound on butter and proportionate amounts of fluid and other Officials maintain this will no justify increasing the retail price of milk by one full cent per ExPostmistress Is Held as Embezzler In Dillinger Mystery A mysterious woman who posed as John Dillingers wife to visit him In Jail at Crown before his was identified by police as Evelyn Frechette Sparks divorced wife of Welton a convict In Midwest police sought her as the mystery of Dillingers whereabouts Associated Press Photo Pilot and Passengers Escape Death When Craft Falls in Antarctic LITTLE via Mackay March T Richard Byrds mono carrying Lieut Isaac navy re and three crashed at No one was seriously The plane cracked up 500 yards south of the expedition camp In the plane besides Schlossbsch were Arthur Mount Fred Re and Harry New All suffered slight cuts and were severely shaken but otherwise The plane a singleengine was completely The engine and instruments can be The plane had just taken off on a flight preparatory tu a flight toward the South Pole in company with the other expedition mono The two planes were to have acted as transports to a being established 100 miles south of The planes were to carry food stores aequired for the advance winter base Admiral Byrd propos es to establish on the Ross Ice Bar 200 miles Less than an hour after the the other monoplane occu pied by William Bowlin and Clay United Stalls took Continued on Pago Six TO ACCEPTNO OF UNDO Conciliatory Reply Made To Fliers New Tirade Against Mail Order HE REPEATS Purpose of Inquiry Mis understood by Secretary Answers BULLETIN NEW March Charles in a telegraph to Secretary of War George today re iterated his refusal to take directly or in the secretarys investigation into army March government declined today to take no for an answer from Charles The flying denouncing the Roosevelt administration for a second time far its action in turn ing the air mail over lo Ihe spurned last night Secretary of War Derns invilalion lo help in a broad study of army Willing to Testify notified the Senate postotfice committee by lel egram loduy he would be glad to appear before the committee to morrow to testify on the permanent air mail Early today a conciliatory an swer hummed over the telegraph wires to the In it Secre tary Dern said Your telegram indicates a mis conception of the purposes of the committee on which I asked you to I desire a comprehensive study of army aviation in which carrying air mail will figure only inciden tally as a lesson in determining Ihe efficiency or shortcomings of the army air regarding which the public is bewildered so far as national defense is I am sure your counsel would be very Airman Says The new break between the fa mous airman and the administra tion over the whitehot air mail controversy stirred much interest today Such terms as unjust and contrary to Ameri can principles dolled the telegram in which Lindbergh turned down the War departments 1 greatly Lindbergh the honor of that I become a member of a spe cial committee to study and report upon army aviation in realtion to national the telegram be I would of course be glad to contribute in any way that I can to the maintenance of an adequate national accord ing to the announcement by the War this committee is to study and report upon perfor mance by the army air corps in its mission to carry the air mail as di rected by executive Aviation Damaged I believe that the use of the Continued on Page Two In Kidnaping Case March sought since her indictment two days ago in the 1031 kidnaping of in Circuit Robert McElhinneys court at Clayton today and was released under in Overdrawn Murray Relief Checks Are His Own i Tribute Paid to British Tars for Gunboat Rescue American Skipper Lauds Gallantry of Men on Wishart Who Saved 187 Bluejackets From Fiery Death on Flaming ny the Associated Press HONG March 15 gallant tribute to British tars who saved 187 American sail ors from death on the flam ing gunboal Fulton came today from the Fultons Com mander Harry While the a United States navy still burned on pirate waters north of Hong and his men in harbor their harrowing They were brought in early today by the British destroyer saved the steamer a commercial All were laken off by 10 oclock last The which broke out in the Fultons engine room about oclock yesterday was ex pected to roar for hours as tugs began towing her toward Hong Kong As he told the story of the thrill ing escape to the Associated Commander M H e n r y plainly showed the effects of the His face was lined by and He had not had time to Proud of His Crew His first thought was for his Eight of the crew were in I am very Proud of the way the crew of the Fulton carried on and poriormed their duties under try ing he Then he added I cannot speak too highly of the courageous action of the crew of the whose display of seamanship will go down in naval Eight Men Injured The eight men injured included Filipino broken leg Marine Schene crushed fingers Electrician serious injuries in fall when transferring to Wishart Coxswain badly gassed Cook badly burned Three whose names were not respective from smoke in the a bro ken arm and a broken In heavy seas at the scene of the 50 miles northeast of Hong Kong and six miles from Single Wishart re sponded lo Ihe Fultons By very masterly seamanship in rough Commander Mc Hcnry Commander Todd of the Wishart placed her bow Continued on Page Three Editor Files Suit Over His Arrest March for charging iileival was tiled today by Vance news paper against the members of the House lobby investigating committee that sent him to jail for refusing to tell who wrote a letter to the Louisville CourierJournal criticising tne Kentucky general as The action followed close upon the House voting 5 to 21 yesterday to fine and costs after a special committee had tried him on charges of con Arnicntrout said last night only way the House could collect the fine and costs was by suing him and that he House Members Suddenly Soften Slicing Expenditure Items GOES TO CONFEREES Agreement Satisfactory to President Is Expected Late Today March manymillioncd veterans benefit productive of turbu lent uprisings in both Senate and was headed today toward a compromise acceptable to Presi dent Behind closed possibly late conferees from Senate and House planned to try for an agreement on payments to veler ans and government Sud denly softened demands were voted by the House last The Senate some time ago tacked amendments on the independent offices adding about 000 to veterans benefits and pay ments to federal This the administration considered a blow at the economy program and a veto by Ihe President was threat Expenditures Are Cut The House modified the meas ure last cutting the expend itures down to about First indications were that a compromise could be reached with out long The attitude of the was not finally House after once bolting their capitulated suddenly last night to open the way to an As the threat of a presidential veto was waved repeatedly over the Senate substan tial House majorities voted for compromise proposals not far re moved from those proposed by the Gist of Amendments Here are the amendments adopt ed by the House A compromise by Representative Taber to World war pre sumptive cases to the pension rolls Continued on Page Two Green Warns of Strike as Corporation Official Defies of March American Federation of La bor gave warning today that a mo mentous strike impends in the au tomobile industry and General Mo tors corporation gave simultaneous notice it wjuld never recognize an of union as The views given were as far apart as the scenes with Presi William Green of Allotting to Federal Administration Specifies That None of It Shall Be Used in Taking Up Claims Contracted by the re Arrested in Missouri March Dollie former postmistress at and her James v ho pprvpl as her are held in Amarillo for Oklahoma ftd rra officers on charges of tlement of postal The in dictment on which postal inspectors here made the arrests charged the embezzlement of last De March Federal Relict administra tion today ma do an allotment of to hut made it clear none of the money was to be used in taking up worth of checks alleged lo have boon over drawn during Gmrrnor jurisdiction of relief in that The money will be divided tor general relict work hiring March and and 000 for educational ac tivities during Senator I iiomas re cently over to the adminis tration a wire from Robert Burns of Oklahoma charg ing around destitute Persons had given overdrawn checks totaling before administra tion of relief was removed from the Murray along with an ap peal that Washington set aside money to make good the Aubrey assistant to Administrator Harry the federation appearing before a congressional a statement by Vice President William Knudsen of the corporation was addressed to the NPvA labor which is seeking to conciliate automobile employers and the Stricter obsen ancc and enforce ment of the NRA occupied both the and legislative Aware of widespread noncompli ance President Roosevelt reinforced the regulations that re quire government contractors to re spect the Green Voices Warning Advocating the Wagner bill to strengthen the labor Green j told tiie senators the automobile industry is on the verge of one the greatest strikes in the his tory of the nation Ottawa County Puts in Bid forGlen Wright Picture of Outlay Captured in Osage Hills Raid Has Been Identified as That of One in Fata Shooting of Convoy Company Employe in Picher Holdup May Prisoner Wanted in Galena Bank Ottawa county authorities have placed their bid outlaw for Glen Roy captured near Tulsa this The prisoner is wanted in connection with the murder of William Witten old employe of the BartonRobison Convoy company at who was brutally slain last May Witten was killed by one of a group of five men who staged robbery at the convoy station and took a now Ford V8 which was found abandonee1 the following A double charge from a sawedoff shotgun killed County Attorney Perry Porter and Sheriff Dee Walters talked with Department of Justice men informing them of the evi dence against Wright in the Witten Pictures Idenlified Two employes of the Barton Robison company at Picher identi fied photographs of Wright the day after the slaying of Charles captured with is said to be one of a group of men who held up and robbed the bank ear Wilbur Underbill were the other ly last fall and later fired on Sheriff Dee Waiters and Deputy Sheriff Gerald who engag ed the men in a short gun battle near and Ed Clanton two men in the car at that it was Wright has been back in Okla homa a Sheriff Walters said He and a man described as being about 50 years old passed through Miami midnight the night of March Sheriff Walters was tipped off a few hours later that the outlaw was headed to Tulsa from He immed iately called Hollis of the Department of Oklahoma and stale and government authorities went on the alert for a clue to his Detective Joe Anderson called Sheriff Walters from Anderson was sent lo Clearwaler to investigate the killing of a night marshal there this He informed Wallers that he was leaving immediately Continued on Page Six Rain Drives Plane Of the First Lady Back for Brief Stop SAN PEDRO DE Do minican March After a delay of one hour by a tropical Mrs Franklin Roosevelt and her party left at easlern standard time today for Miami in a PanAmerican Airways flying The big plane had arrived here at after a flight fromj San Puerto A terrific downpour of how reduced the visibility over the mountains of which occupies the western half of the island on which is situated the Dominican The Charles Dew taking no decided to turn Roosevelt was perfectly On the return to San Pedro de Macoris she had lunch and made no commenl whatsoever upon the A throng of wellwishers got up before dawn and went in the dark to the airport at San Juan to see Roosevelt off at 6 Many presented 1 think you are all wonderful to get up at this hour of the morn shouted Roosevelt in bid ding farewell to Puerto Head of Nat ional Farmers Dies in Washington March of Oklaho ma j Farmers union and for two decades a leader in the battles of the Amer ican died early today in emergency hospital The last act of his long career before legislative bodies was an appearance yesterday before the Senate finance where he spoke in opposition to a proposed federal gasoline He left the committee room and collapsed in the Senate office building with a heart ailment lhal ed frequent treatment for some Physicians ascribed his death to coronary which was de scribed as a clogging of the ar teries leading to the The body will be sent lo Oklaho ma City probably tomorrow Fu neral arrangements have not been Blackie Thompson Is Sentenced to Die March Irvin Thompson one of Oklahoma prisons three fisher men was convicted and sentenced to death today for the robbery of the First State bank here in The jury deliberated about two Thompson was accused of the robbery along with Whitey Walker and Roy all three OKLAHOMA CITY March Simpsons 20 of farm leadership were turbulent They took him into bitter national political attacks on national ad minislralions and dozens of stump tours in which lie shouted the de mands of his followers For 14 years before he national president of the Kayinern ruled the Okla homa union almost singlehanded and built it into a powerful organi Ho was mentioned for a Oklahoma escape i time as a Possibility for secretary from Ihe prison after gaining permission to go The three were convicted and sentenced to iO imprisonment at Bryan Sunday for the robbery of a jewelry store All three wTc indieird today at Crimeroil for the Buckholts hank Continued on Pago Flashes Star Captive Also Wanted For Killing Tulsa Law yer and Bank Raids SWOOP IS BLOODLESS 28 Officers Participate In Osage Hills Coup Arsenal Is Seized March P A sunrise raid on a little white house in the edge of the Osage near today result ed in Ihe capture of Glen Roy wanted for questioning about the mysterious slaying of a Tulsa lawyer and the murder of William Witten at Seven companions were arrested with Twentyeight officers surrounded the cottage and closed arrest ing the seven men and one woman with but faint show of A number of a steel and three motor cars were Officers from three Oklahoma from the federal Depart ment of Juslice and from Ihe Kan sas highway patrol participated in the which were accom plished without firing a With Wright was a man tenta tively identified as McAtee of Coffeyville and but whom officers said bore a strong resemblance to Harry wanted with Wright for the Tulsa in which Earle an attorney who was laken for a fatal ride in Ihe summer of was Ihe Taken to State Prison About 0 Sapulpa who had jailed Ihe seven in the Creek county began moving these eight to state prison at McAlesler for safekeep man who first gave his name tificd as Shades of wanted for the 4 kill ing of Al deputy slvoriff at and for slaying one of his two Eddie Clan member of the Cookson hills A woman arrested with Cot ner gave her name as Grace Cut of Coiner was known as a companion of Ford recently killed neat Fort who also was wanted for Ihe Chelsea Others arrested included Alonzo alias Ed and Frank believed one of the Clarence EnoBradshaw gang sought for a bank robbery at Le Ira occu pant of the farm a man who gave of and Winnie of Ark In addition to the Smith Wright is wanted in for the fatal shooting of Chickasha employe of an automo bile convoy who was killed at Picher during a Wright also was hot in Payne where he was subjected of a raid on a farm Three Motor Cars Found All wore hurried to the Creek county jail at Three motor one an Olds Oklahoma IU3ti license 487887 believed to have been us ed in a Kansas were others Kansas license 50049 Ok lahoma 1MH1 license HI Welding equipment and other tools Continued on Pago Two he used only for concurrent expenditures We regard that matter as solely Governor Murrays and not he add saifl todays grant j ert of Frank of originally had dyed Both re held here to fice probable charges of carrying concealed March heavilyarmed men arrested late last night at a tour ist camp restaurant on Che high way near Willow Springs by State Trooper Ben Both men carried pistols and in their machine was found two nize They declined to ad a quantity of roofing the hoard had any jurisdiction several rolls of and eight different sets of licence tags from Oklahoma and prisoners said they Roh RAIL LINKS HKKI March Responding ti a by Pres ident Koosevi railroad managers today proposed to the1 employes lhat no change he in present until WEATHER FORECAST KS OKLAHOMA Parly SALT LAKK March warmer in extreme east portion Four eartii the that Friday partly cloudy andMirst were felt in this city would be traceable to the effort to coitr compel workers to oolong to com early scene of repeated i i Tti iiii i Police Issue New Mad Dog Warning The Miami police department sent out a general mad dog warn ing today after answering two calls Wednesday afternoon to dispose of animals showing signs of The owners of both dogs chained them up following the scare here several ago police were called when the pets evidenced signs of going Roth were be lieved to have been bitten by the hip red dog police sought here pany Notice was being given the bur board by automobile leaders that they would refuse to rucog jand wanner tonight Friday partly j vibrations last The j week colder in west and south severe tremor was at Many dogs are chainc ltl l L I j aiil at and MISSOURI Generally fair mountain night and slightly warmer NN damage was in extreme southeast tonight over disputes wilh their f 75 Persons Missijig When Cyclones Pass Mar ptrsons either drowned or are missing to day as the of on the I north coast of center j ins between Cairns and i KANSAS Generally fair toi IS GlARDKU night ami Friday cooler j AITIK KIDNAP THRKAT Temperatures in Miami from 2 March 151 oclock afternoon until A wa1 ninjr note of a poi to noon today iinnp hry 2 2 Id ho inherited 4 4 from lie Timktn roller R fi healing r her 8 X lias caused a gunni to 10 10 he over palatial Del I up at the present hut others that may have bit I en may bo Police Chief Wiiltcr Young said He advised all persons to he on the lookout until danger idefinitely Metal Market NKW March Lead ilull Nrw York Louis quiet Louis MJJII future t Kit til IOK future 17s Inliitv   

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