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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - February 26, 1937, Miami, Oklahoma                                Leased DAILY NEWSRECORD T T iw Ottawa XXXtVNCK2o6 BNft NWi FLASHES SUMNER BILL PASSED 2 The Senate today passed and sent to the White House the Sumner bill to permit supreme court mem bers to retire voluntarily on full pay at 70 year of The measure was swiftly approved after brief debate during which some sena tors said they not respect court members who retae under present This Sew was expressed by Senators Johnson an d Burke D opponents of the fres fdent Raosevelts court reorgam PRESIDENT WILL ADDRESS NATION MARCH 9 NIGHT Officials Close to Him Indicate He Will Dis cuss Court Issue DEBATE IS SENATE Upper Chamber Considers big Democratic chamber an amend cnamoer M went by Senator Bridges whkh would have postponed opera tion of the bill four or until after President Roosevelts term FIRE FATAL TO SIX Six children burned to death when their tworoom log ho Old Lick creek caught fire from The victims ranged between four 14 years m Their Turner tenant his wife and a 16yearold Louise were dragged from the Coroner Robert Borders said he was informed the house was enveloped in flames when of the children threw coal oil in the BANDITS GET Four men and a ed and heavily robbod bank messenger of in a rain eight miles west of here to day They overlooked bwi denunder a seat of automo Threatening the Guaranty State bank messenger with quintet partially disrobed found the money in a and Bill for Voluntary Re tirement of Justices 26t President Roosevelt said today he would make a nationwide radio talk the night of March 9 on the state of the It is expected by White House officials to include a discussion of his court reorganiza tion Although the President warned newspaper men at a press confer ence not to go out on a limb in pre dicting an address on the court is there were wellfounded indi cations he would touch on that sub FEBRUARY 1937 BATTLE CARRIED INTO SEWERS OF ANCIENT OVIEDO Off let ftf A tint AttBttt The speech will be for one half hour beginning at leaders started a move today for an immediate showdown fight on two bills increasing the g The President made his an nouncement just before the Senate made ready to debate legislation to permit supreme court justices to retire voluntarily on full pay at the age of Administration lead ers hoped passage of the measure might point a way out of the threat ening impasse over the Roosevelt judicial reorganization To Discuss Many Problems Replying to repeated inquiries whether the court would bedis cussed in this the Presi dent said the speech would touch on a good many problems affecting the state of the He added he had no idea what he would put in it at this Asked if there was any signific ance in selecting March day the Senate judiciary committee will begin hearings on the judiciary Roosevelt laughed and replied he was leaving for Warm March 10 and Edson Walker Dem ocratic judge during the 1936 elec tion in Kansas was among four men sentenced to prison by Judge Merrill Otis in federal following conviction on grand jury vote fraud He and the others sentenced were released upon appeal AP Photo Loyalists Drive Defenders Underground in Alciwar Of the BATTALIOlTwiPED OUT Fascists Claim Madrid Sue Quits In ternational Patrol BY THE ASSOCIATED Annihilation of an entire bat talion of Madrid insur gent officers declared wiped out a government offensive on the western border of the cap ital near the Segovia The handtohand struggle for the Alcazar of the As spread into the ancient sewers of the devastated ad vices from on the Fran coSpanish The beseiged insurgent blast ed out of its fortifications above was said to have entrench MADRIDS CITIZENS FLEE AIR BOMBS ed itself gruelling in the sewer after backtothewall battle Press Photo assist cross production tax on oil to 10 The fight began when the House oil and gas commit tee submitted an unfavorable ma ioritv reportend a roinor Rlty report on the Speck increas 15 ing the oil tax to10 percent andI OB other minerals from threefourths to 5 VICE DENS DECRIED Orr ant attorneygeneral and legal ad viser for a special grand jury in vestigation of vice in Jasper said mere too many honky tonka in the Sawyers explained tnav bv hanky tonks he meant gam Ming spots and other disreputa ble grand jury to day completed theseventh of its investigation and adjoirned until Monday Sixtylive witnesses have been examined so wanted to make the address before The measure before the already approved by the House is not a part Roosevelts broad but it has been in dorsed by Senator Democrat predicted the measure would be approved by this would send it to the White House for the presidential signature that some PATRONAGEDATA SURPRISES SOME Many State Employes Are Sponsorless as Legisla tors Disclaim Them 26 Many persons on the state pay roll were sponsorless today as some legislators perusing their patron age lists declared they did not know some of the state workers who claimed them as Each legislator received two One carried only the names of persona from the legislators county employed by the The other carried the names of the per DEATH MYSTERY DEEPENS TODAY Tests Disrupt of nearly a The British steamer Llandovery her bow dangerously stove in by a floating mine she struck yesterday off Capo dock ed at Port with 300 Dutch Ship Seized Gonzalo Queipo de Llano bCientUlC broadcast from Theory Killing of Screen that an insurgent gunboat dam Writer Was Accident aged the Dutch steamer Ramboy with shellfire before capturing it 26 and seizing 120 tons of war nate tests jarred police rial destined for Madrid governj theorieg today that Humphrey mertt The entire population small town of after screen was acci of the d in a shooting at his talj in a shooting desert home Wednesday es air raid in which more than 100 paraffin impressions of the hands bombs were reported to have been dead man and his of was said to have fled to the Revised general orders failed to show powder marks which would indicate either had fired a pistol sons who said the legislator spon sored The lists were given out under a recent action of the Speaker Daniel declined to make complete list available to o eiwier JUMI a mand the soviet army to meet the evidence was produced on the statement by Police Boller thafc Pearson arentlv was wounded in the chest tried to f rustrate his attempt ro Alf red enemy on his territory m case of it was disclosed au Russia Quits Patrol Pact Soviet Russia withdrew from projected sixpower neutrality Peggy Garcia and Husband Jailed on Bigamy Charges NEW 26 UP With her silverblonde tresses gleaming harsh Kleig Peggy exfollies star ed wileeyed at a hall fullof de tectives at police headquarters lineup today and spoke about her past and present martial The babyfaced arrested on bigamy charges along with her Michael La tomb tone salesman miled engagingly as she answered questions put to her by actihg aptain Richard Were you ever married be ore boomed Captain Peggy deftly patted her felt oque and drew her sealskin coat little closer around her shapely she lightly finger WINTER LASHES AT STATE AGAIN Snow and Sleet Spreading Eastward After Heavy Fall in Panhandle BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Winter stormed across Oklahoma PRICE FIVE CENTS BLOW IS DEALT TOSITDOWN STRIKEPOLICY Stern Eviction of 341 FVdnt Aircraft Plant by Arm ed Police Ends Siege RETURN TO PICKETING New Technique Abandoned On Many but Continued on Others BV THE ASSOCIATED Hundreds of strikers thfc new sitdown technique of enforcing their demands and turned to the older methodto i Although new downa cropped out along the widespread strike some state and local officials indicated they were pre pared to deal sternly with strikeri who refuse to Police armed with machine tear gas bombs and pistols evicted 341 strikers from the Douglas air craft plant at Santa largest of its kind in the world The sitdowners were jailed on charges of illegal seizure of tha Union organizers recruited pickets to carry on the strike volving Some 75 men went on a sitr down strike at the Northrop cor Douglas subsidiary em ploying and 40 men walked out of the Rocky Mountain Steel Products plant in Sixty sitdown strikers at Daroff Sons clothing plant in Philadelphia marched out under po lice Banned in Connecticut Wilbur Cross of Connecti ro patrol of The who of entering the couples euousl to a news Two reasons were advanced for the surprises on the In some iployes probably cases em nre county congressmen have forecast would result in one or two retirements legislators from the high f 8f in federal courts letters of md vinf i after their original sponsors had left the state service and gave as indorsers the names of succeeding in the cases job had been had objected strenuously to a trality committeerulmg signed their wa unctuated by a rships to he r ougb P hearing voices inargu Pear signed warsmps to xousu sons body was slumped the flooi waters of the Bay of de Pearson hys cided they no to I they no longer participate with Germany and Informed sources said the Soviet withdrawal will not interfere with the carrying out of the patrol which is designed to keep Argentina Stirred By Kidnaping Hunt LA 26 Argen tinas Public Enemy anc1 Little Boy Marti escaped today after a gun bat tie with police seeking the kidnap Rrs of Eugenic Peyrera 2 yearold son of a wealthy known as a lieutenant IT lOWer leUciiU alreadSy have legal permission to asked of from apph retire on Ml but supreme cants home bounties court justices wishing the Daniel himself said he did not bench have had to take a chance know all the employes who gave on Congress granting them penhim as gions I dont know four people who Cold to Borah Proposal said I indorsed he Senate debate on the bill ternFormer Speaker Leon Phillips porarilv overshadowed the more said he was going to do some fir turbulent controversy over the when he discovered he was un Presidents proposal enlarge the acquainted with four employes who supreme court by as many as six gave him as new provided older jusRep Brewer of Beckham county tices do not Into this 42 persons charged to wide dispute a new issue was he was the correct num jected by the proposal of Senator ber wWle Rep shoemake of Mus Borah to amend the Constitution j kogee COUnty had foreign men and arms out of to permit state social and economic The ong to Andrews Borahs proposal drew I f Kay countyi he was his a cold response from administration U islative XlAr1 I The revised already in ef state Any attack on the territory of workers and peasants will be re pulsed with all the strength of the armed forces of the Soviet Union through the transfer of military op erations into territory attacking the are of them in the great red which is second to advised they should fight the enemy imme diately in case of invasion with out waiting for special and that they should immediate ly and courageously attack the foe wherever he is the widow is held under guard at the Riverside community Blackmail was orderec questioned Information was gleaned by offi cers yesterday that Pearson trie several times to take his life afte Irinking his wife frustrating jbf the dead gangster j who tacked employes gave T Mills as their spon P H chieftain Face and Marti nez were believed implicated in the disappearance of the child from his fathers estancia La near fashionable Mar Del As squads of officers searched the extensive grounds of the Pey rera Iraola detectives ques tioned a Jose who was implicated in the kidnaping by the victims 5yearold He refused to give a full account of his they Argentine newspaper deferred to the kidnaping as Argentinas Lind bergh One paper began a campaign for a Lindbergh law prescribing the death penalty for convicted to be handled by federal Farnsworth Given Prison Sentence Police Hunt for 350 Poison Arrowheads tures below freezing Northwestern Oklahoma lay be neath a snow mantle from one to two inches western and eastern sections had while rain and sleet was reported far south as Durant and Ard ng a corsage of violets She eventually answered in 12 years and five after some verbal Next came the curlyhair ed La who said he married Peggy arid denied that he had ever been legally married though admitting a commonlaw With the lineup parade the onetime Harlem hatcheck girl as ern Snow continued Oklahoma and inparts of the in the state with a low of reported an inch of snow with more Guymon had onehalf inch of snow witli flurries still sifting haran inch of snow Snow was falling at and Oklahoma City while Chickasha reported sleet turning Harold Hoffman of New Jer had made a similar statement Minneapolis residents protested nterruption of electric service dur ing a picket strike of electrical workers at the Northern States Power company Some sec tions of the were in darkness during the Police guarded plants and In a at approximately 60 deputies un der the command of SheriffLawr to Alva had a twoinch Woodward an inch and Elackwell an inch and Enid nearly VioTntt U Snow was falling at The 43yearold writer was de scribed as an intense in dulging in liquor after the sleepless strain of finishing a An inquest will be conducted in Banning at 10 Three all were found at the Pearson but only one appeared to have been fired Officers said it was in a One bullet entered Pearsons body and another struck the The Pearsons were married 18 tor heart left with Snow was falling at fclk City her husband to go to the district in western attorneys The suit against Snow flurries were reported at RuSf was discontinued Wednes Tulsa and Sapulpa in northeastern in southeastern Okla Peggy and La Rocca were in dicted on charges of bigamy short ly after noon by a New York coun ty grand UnionGroupsQuizzed In Redwood Murder NEW Sandhogs clambered down into two subterranean workings of big Sam the subway today to signalize the end of a weeks strike while authorities of two years ago after both attended Ohio states continued their investigation KANSAS FUGITIVES AUTO IS FOUND AT VINITA 26UB Ralph McPhail has asked Missouri officers to watch for Koy thig morning and Jack Des the on y onment today a charge spiring to sell naval secrets to the Sentence was passed by Justice James Proctor in federal dis trict Farnsworth had thrown himself upon the mercy of the court by pleading nolo contendre to the He later asked Justice Proc tor to permit him to change that plea to but the justice re The grayhaired former naval fliers last move before he was sen tenced was to ask an arrest of He withdrew that motion most instantaneous Police anxiety was increased by fear the brought from Dutch Guiana by Arthur had been stolen by small boys who wanted the American explorers col lection of trophies from South American jungles to play who obtained the arrow heads from an Indian lee an expedition last year in search of Paul long missing avia oners of the five who escaped early this week remaining at Mc Phail returned John Van Hoi Clyde Strahan and Bert to the county jail last night He said he believed the other pair had headed for Missouri as an automobile stolen in Dodge City had been recovered WIND RAZES DERRICKS 26 windstorm last night blew over four oil derricks in the Haus rhildSaxman north of Nick but a score of workme around them escaped without nr The sudden burst of wind was confined to a small area Fall on Ice Fatal to Claremore Doctor pioneer Claremore physician and widely known in this died at his home today from the effects of a fall on the ice two months ago Actress Executed as Spy by Spain Rebels 26 Spanish film star who for merly acted in several Hollywood movie was executed as a spy by Spanish insurgents a month it learned here t Senorita Diaz went to mt southern where she mingled in military cir Five Arrested in 26UBTh bizarre aftermath to the early morning nuptials of Quin Chicagos assistant corporation moved swiftly apace today as police held five persons including the brides on kidnaping Marguerite the bride and expectant continued to elude police efforts to serve her with a kidnaping Chicago authorities left for Ga to arrange the removal of the brides and George a WlA held in the county to Chief of Detectives John Sullivan said he would question them concerning the alleged cere mony performed at on the morning of 3 after an automobile ride from who is claimed he had been Authorities had expressed some skepticism when he first related his story of an abduction as the bride told them he had gone willingly to the knot State He was president of an advertising agency in Colum before coming to Holly wood in His scenarios in cluded Ruggles of Red The Great and Palm FATE IS UNKIND Policeman Earl ordered to investigate a boys found a youngster sprawled on the a bullet in his He and an other boy had been playing with a It was Policemans Wrights own bis own He arrt ed the second his 9 yearold of the Norman Redwood Members and officials of two la bor unions streamed through a Manhattan office for questioning about the shooting of a leader of the Tunnel Diggers at last Friday John Bergen New would say only that anything may happen after He had just questioned a uni dentified mannequin regarding her had a freezing and Ardmore had a sleet storm with the mercury dropping to Rain fell overnight at Frederick Warmest point reporting in the state was McAlester with a low reading of 31 degrees Mus kogee had a reading of 27 Heavy snow began falling at We Snow and sleet fell at but the fall was thawing rapidly Shaw to Intervene in Young Democrat Suit OKLAHOMA Shaw of elected president of the Oklahoma League of Young Democrats at its conven tion Monday at said today he would intervene in a district court suit tying up league funds and challenging the election Oklahoma county chapter filed suit yester day for recovery of in mem bership declaring his chap OBrien contended he was forced into an automobile on the North Side driven to put through a marriage and then stripped and held pris oner for more than a in which his hip was He is survived by his widow and was three Lee Claremore George William these sources declared to have She con nected with a secret broadcasting station whhh supplied thp govern ment with information concerning insurgent military plans Stnorita Some of the lines surveyed was charged with such George Washington still Ionv icted and TWOWAY SPLIT 26 Ever scince 1 the two Demo crats and one Republican on the board of county commissioners had wrangled over allotting orderfor But everything is all right One Republican and Democratic dealer re ceived the or freezing rain tonight and Saturday not quite so cold Saturday and in ex treme west portion or freezing rain tonight and Saturday contin ued cold tonight not quite so cold MISSOURI Mostly cloudy snow in west portion tonight Sat urday possibly changing to Rising temperature Saturday and in west portion KANSAS Snow tonight anc possibly changing tc rain Saturday afternoon slowlj rising temperature tonight and Sat Temperatures in Miami from oclock yesterday afternoon until today UCllHUtU I whereabouts on the night of tersvotes had been thrown at to learn that she had spent A Friday evening with Joseph More president of the International od Carriers and Building Work rs Moreschi supplied her as his The object of the current ques explained was to get a picture of the strife over eadership of interlocking unions m subway and sewer 4 6 8 10 2 m 6 8 10 2 newlyelected AGREEMENT REACHED ON PHONE RATE HEARING OKLAHOMA 2R An agreement was reached be tween attorneys for the state cor joration commission and the South western Bell Telephone company to reopen arguments March 9 on rate hearings affecting approxi mately 120 state W general solicitor for the telephone asserted there are only 12 city exchanges in the state now paying all their expenses and that Oklahoma City and Tulsa are carrying the Unless the telephone company is successful in a hearing March its indicated an appeal would be made to the state supreme court to open the way for rais ing rates of the 120 Rtad all the obtaining attomeys the Tulsa A temporary restraining order was granted tying up league Well have to Shaw This looks like a friendly suit between two defeated parties and well intervene in the interest of the The suit enjoined Harden retiring from turning the funds to the league Shaw said he would be repre sented by 25 or 30 men in the House and Senate at the court hearing March 6 at which Moore will ask for an One North Miami Candidate Files Elsie who filed as an in became the first candi date for town office in North Mi ami She filed for town clerk secretary of the County Election said ho die not believe any of the the of which will be held will create much in terest this The filiiVg period will close one week from Only two Holland and OJin have filed for office in Both eek reelection to the District 23 ioard of t the FansteeT Metallurgicalcorpora tion plant at North The sitdowners fled from factory buildings withstand ing a gas attack for an The rout ended a 10day Prospects for settling another Il linois at the Illinois Watch Case company its the American Manufacturing both in appeared Strikers among the 700 prepared to tighten picket lines over the At Detroit conferees for the eral Motors corporation and the United Automobile Workers of America apparently were dead locked over the latters demand for a 30hour the Murray Corporation of America studied a request for a A conference the Chrysler corporation was in the New strikes broke out in Detroit pittite of Swift the Detroit Delivery the Bon Dee Gojf Ball and Mitchell makers of auto Strikes at the FerryMorse Seed the Arvey and the Pal ace Model all in were Gas Routs 61 Strikers 26 UP force of 50 deputies poured barrage of tear gas shells bombs into two plants of the Fan stele Metallurgical corporation a sudden attack today which drove out 61 stubborn sitdown strik ers who had held the buildings through a 10day siege Cough ing and weeping from effects of the the strikers fled the fac tories after holding out for a pun ishing hour and 20 minutes SheriffLawrencc Doolittle Continued on Page Two 14 Plead Innocent In Vote Cases KANSAS Fourteen defendants pleaded in nocent before Judge Albert Reeves today to federal vote fraud conspiracy charges as he prepared to begin the trials of 16 others on similar charges March Both groups were included in 75 thus far indicated by a federal grand jury in its investigation of the November general election Sentences ranging from six months in jail to three years in federal prison were imposed by Judge Merrill Otis yesterday on seven men already Metal Market NEW Lead steady spot New York East Louis Zinc steady East Louis spot and future Lead sjiot and future i spot Us 3d future 13s   

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