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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - October 6, 1939, Miami, Oklahoma                                Associated Press Leased Wire Ottawa County Population 83 Pnbliihed Ever Evening Except Saturday and Sunday Morning bj Miami NewsRecord Publishing OCTOBER Office of Publication A Street and Firnt Avenue PROPOSES BROAD PEACE SETTLEMEtfTAS LAST BUT IT IS RECEIVED COLDLY IN ALLIED CAPITALS SECOND GUNMAN SHOT TO DEATH INTULSATODAY Detective Kills v Missourian In Hotel as Suspect Tries To Shoot Sergeant young i gunman was shot to death in his room today as police sought to arrest him in the kidnaping of a Tulsa couple and the robbery of a The dead identified as Paul Grafton was killed instantly by a shotgun I charge fired by Detective Lloyd Loving was the second robber suspect slain in Tulsa in less than 3 24 Yesterday a man iden tified as Al sought as the brains of the robbery of the First State bank of j was shot to death on a Tulsa Shot as He Pulls Pistol Loving was shot as he lay in I bed after he had pulled out a pis tol and pointed it at Sam Youngs right arm was powderburned by the flash from the shotgun as he lunged forward to grapple with Detective Felix Altaffer said Charles arrested a short time ji before the admitted be ll ing Lovings companion and led 5 officers to Lovings uf In a signed statement to Altaf Marsteller admitted he and Loving robbed Gerald McNeely and Miss Bernice both of of a small amount of money as they sat in a parked then later looted a cafe of Abducted Tulsa Couple McNeely said he and the girl were accosted by one armed then told to drive a short dis where another waited in an The man and the girl were ordered from the Mc Jij Neely bound hand and foot to a fence McNeely said he pleaded with the two to re lease them and one of the armed ppmen cut the cords and permitted fjSthem to return to their The two men then got into the with McNeely and the The four of us drove all over j 3town until nearly 2 related Treated With Courtesy I begged them to take Miss home and they finally They treated her with re Continued on page three Industrial Output Nearing 1937 Peak The Federal Reserve estimate of industrial production has climbed almost to the peak reached in The September rate averaged 110 percent of the 192325 boards monthly bulletin re ported last It said that out put was well ahead of 110 in the closing days of the if The 1937 high was 118 the maximum since the depression started in Last years high the reached in 1 The report that yhile employment and national income increases as is they expanded less rapid ly than industrial 22 States Will Have 23 Thanksgiving j BV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In 22 Thanksgiving day will be celebrated 23 this i year in accordance with President I Roosevelts wish to move the day up a 23 in I eluding will observe it j oil tlie traditional last lays on both dates will be observed in Colorado and Mississippi remains THE WEATHER cloudy to night and Saturday warmer in ex treme west portion cloudy to night and Saturday local thunder showers in northeast portion this I afternoon j tonight and Warmer in north and 1 entral portions j tonight and Sat iBrday warmer in west and ex trcme northeast temperatures in Miami from 4 jtcjock yesterday afternoon until 2 today 4 m 6 m SO J 2 2 4 G 8 10 Funeral Pyre For 400 French Sailors FUEHRER CALLS FOR TRUCE WITH FINAL SANCTIONING OF GUNACHIEVED STATUS THEN ARMAMENT LIMITATION Allies Scoff at Nazi Tip on Plot To Sink American Liner While Rushes Warships to Protect the Craft The billowing black smoke in the background conies from a blast that destroyed the French light cruiser Pluton and killed 400 officers and The explosion happened while the warship was load ing war supplies in the harbor of 21 GENTRIES IN LIVESTOCK SHOW Prospects Bright for Fat Stock Event Scheduled to Open Here Monday With 210 entries on record and more expected officials of the second annual Northeast Oklahoma Fat Stock shqw prepar ed today for the opening Monday of an event that will attract sever al hundred 4H and boys and giiis toMiami foif Uiree Farm Agent secre tary for the announced that 98 29 sheep and 83 steers have been listed here by 4H club bers and members of the Six counties are represented to by the 4H or or including Rogers and Entries are anticipated from La Bette and Cherokee in and from Delaware and Washington Far Ahead of Last Year The entry list exceeds that of last year by more than 100 exhibits and president of the figured that on the basis of increased displays that crowds would be greater Because boys and girls will be more parents will follow and more business people and farmers will be inclined to see the Bids Solicited For the last few one com mittee has been soliciting support of business men in surrounding cit ies and asking them to bid on the prize livestock to be sold on the final day of the threeday In another composed of Durham and Roy has been contacting local business Entries must be in place by noon On judging of lambs and calves will be completed and an exhibitors bar becue will be offered that The auction sale will begin at 10 Wednesday at Miami Jay Woman Quizzed In Bank Funds Case Lu cretia resigned cashier of a bank at appeared at District Attorney Whit Mauzys office today to answer a grand jury indictment accusing her of misapplying of the banks Mauzy said Wallace had made restitution to the After a conference with she was permitted to return home on the promise she would appear next Thursday to enter a plea to the in Andrews to Quit WageHour Post HYDE Roosevelt gave the first official intimation today that Elmer Andrews would leave the position iu federal wagehour ad Rumors have recurred in Wash ington recently that Andrews would become alien property cus todian and be replaced by Col Phil lips Fleming of the army engin Easy Money Lured Brothers Into Picher Bank Says One of Claremore High School Boy Although White House Dis claims Any Belief in Re port From Germanys Ad a Precautionary Convoy Is Navy and coast guard craft sped today toward a midAtlantic ren dezvous with the American liner Iroquois after the White House disclosed receipt startljng in formation that the refugeeladen steamship was to be The tip came from the head of the German but it left un answered the questions of how and why and by whom the sinking was to be it of ered no explanation of how the Reich acquired the The White House disclaimed any belief in the several naval ships and a coast guard cutter were rushed to ac company the Iroquois to New where she is due Wednes The captain was ordered to Easy the same kind that has led many youths to a law breaking lured George Hen ry and his into a plot to rob the First State bank at In Sheriff Watters office a NewsRecord reporter talked sev eral minutes with the Claremore who admitted roles in the kidnaping of 49year old Tulsa and confessed that a slain gangster had been the of the George Marshall sat in the salesmans car when Al killed by police bul lets at Tulsa engineer ed the daring Wednesday afternoon robbery of the Picher A 60Hour Foray Step by they recounted their spectacular 60hour in spired by a blond gunman who told them how easy he had obtained in the burglary of a build ing somewhere in the The sheriff had already heard the Claremore yesterday the trap was sprung that resulted in the capture of the two youths at their one mile west of Leon Marshall related that he first met Rice about three weeks ago at Looking for He Says I was there looking for the 15yearold Claremore junior high school student It was then that I first heard about a plan to hold up the Picher Rica talked to me about it that first time I met about five eight inches spoke Dark his face indicates the oneeighth Indian blood cours ing through his Hes about five eight inches Then the other asked when he first joined into the scheme said I heard about it first at Clare more some time after by brother had been at Rice spoke to me about it Elder Arrested Previously Sheriff drew admissions from George that he had been ar rested twice once at Claremore for a car wheel and tire that I stole and last year at Muskogee for car On this latter he gained freedom on the count at Claremore he serv ed 30 Have you ever been arrested be fore Leon was the boy said George Marshall has not been at tending He said he had worked several days lately as a plasterers He admitted a new pair of blue new shoes and shirt he wore had been purchased with part of the bank Boys Got We got together as our George so we bought a 1934 DeSoto sedan for off a used car lot at Tulsa the day after the bank Remainder of loot pre sumably was held by al though all the bank money has not been George about five feet ten inches in said he didnt drivp the fleeing bandit car as it sped from che Picher He said Rice jumped into the front seat and behind the Leon was not with them when that job was The law alleges he stood guard over the Tulsa sales man on a lonely road east of Miami while the others used the business mans Both boys were returned to the county jail here last night from Claremore by the who said he didnt know yet whether the FBI would be given first opportu nity to prosecute both on the bank robbery charges filed at Tulsa yes Charge Is Filed Here This County Attorney Barry filed a robbery with firearms charge against the older Marshall who admitted to this in the presence of the that he held up the Hudson Oil company service north of Monday The complaint alleged he got but George denied he obtained that County Judge John Venable set a preliminary hearing for Tues day when the boy professed com plete ignorance of court He entered no but the prelim inary was The younger Marshall was not charged Both are held without Iron Lung Mother Dies Baby Survives Gertrude who gave birth to a baby girl yesterday dur ing a brief time she was removed from an iron lung respirator died She succumbed to what describ ed as heart Hospital attendants said the 6 pound baby was doing an infantile pa ralysis was removed from a full length respirator and taken to the delivery room while fire de partment rescue squad men ad ministered artificial respiration aided by a portable respira tor borrowed from Fred Snite the young man who has livec in an iron lung 3 GERMANY SAYS German comment on Grand Ad miral Erich Raeders warning of the possible sinking of the United States liner Iroquois was liniited today to the following Ask have done our duty by giving the It is now up to Britain to Authorized sources said they could not disclose how Raeder came into possession jn formation but they expressed the opinion the German admiralty might well have picked up a radio message which it had been able to BRITAIN SAYS British admiralty commenting on the German statement that the United States liner Iroquois might be sunk said it was surprising that an officer of the former im perial German navy like Admiral Raeder should bemean his uniform by lending himself to such base The made to Wash ington through United States naval attache at Berlin by the commander of the German navy Grand Admiral Erich the admiralty enables us once more to realize and measure the criminal mentality of the Naz party Germanys Dead in Poland Placed at Hitler BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The main theaters of the war today were the worlds air waves and Berlins Kroll opera where Reichsfuehrer Hitler propos ed an European peace settlement f wide In the course of his speech Hit T announced that German casual ies in the Polish campaign were wounded and The German high command re ported Hitlers visit yesterday to roops at where he re viewed the units which conquered he Polish Near east of the ast remanans of the Polish about were reported to lave laid down their On the Western a calm night was with the ex ception of the usual patrol activ principally southwest of the cey German industrial city of Sources close to the British ad miralty brushed aside as too ab surd to deny an official German ip to Washington implying that the liner now en route to New would be sunk in fulfillment of a British search the ship for explosives anc to double his lookouts and patro Left Ireland Tuesday The a vessel left on Tuesday with a crew of 212 and 584 passengers Ambassador Kennedy said in Lon don last night that only those who were able to prove American citizenship had been permitted to book The vessel was chartered by the United States Lines to bring home Americans caught in Europe by th it was in the east ern coastwise White House Statement The navy declined to divulge the names or number of the ships rac ing toward the It also kept secret the latters Continued on page three Ore In Annual Hear Details of Determined Fight To Obtain Restoration of Tariff operators gathered here last night for the annual meeting of the TriState Zinc and Lead Ore Producers as sociation heard for the first time full details of a determined fight to restore the tariff reduc tion that has imperiled the Tri States chief The meetings keynote was one of determination with leaders out lining vividly their pursuance of complete tariff restoration to pro tect this districts main source of bread and butter from invasion by cheaper foieign Approximate ly 115 members of the association listened Howard Young Speaks Howard Young of president of the American Zinc in spoke his views plainly in an off the record He em phasized the need for full tariff protection to American GerA of New secre tary of the American Zinc insti stressed the fight waged by zinc leaders and friends of the in dustry to restore the tariff to its former He of pro motional charted by the in to provide avenues through which greater quantities of zinc will Charles field repre sentative for the and G field describ ed their plans in sales of seal oj quality sheeting and metallic zinc Directors Are Heelected John Robinson of Miami president of the pre sided over the which fot Continued on page three Reichstag Hears Its Master Imply Britain and France Must Accept Nazi and Soviet Gains or Face Conflict Which He Pictures As to Be One of Unexampled British government said tonight that Adolf Hitlers peace proposals would be subjected to careful examination in consultation with the governments of the dominions and the French re the statement it is necessary to remem ber two things no peace proposal is likely to be accepted which does not effectively free Europe from the menace of that something more than words would be required to establish confidence in any peace proposals jermany might The government read by a foreign office said that Hitlers proposals in their present form xxx are in many respects But it is noted that they contain no suggestions for repatriations for the wrongs done by Germany to other By LOUIS LOCHNER Elitler today proposed an European aeace settlement on a compre icnsive but added that if the Allies rejected his outstretch ed this statement will have seen my Then we shall he went and pictured the new war as 3ne sure to bring unprecedented liorror to the May those peoples and their eaders who are of the same mind as himself now make their re he said in his hour and 20 nia has been summoned as next to sign on the dotted line as Russia continued today her march toward domination of eastern Ob servers speculated whether the So flushed with its diplomatic successes while Europes other ma jor powers were at would summon Rumania or Af ghanistan after Pre mier Daladier today in effect turned down Adolf Hitlers peace proposals with a person al declaration that only a FrenchBritish victory will as sure a regime of real justice and lasting peace in a v a s French news agency published a dispatch today from Luxembourg reporting that heavy German ar tillery bombarded Rusdorf near Sierck is in France at the southeastern tip of Min istry of information announced to day that the British steamer Glen 876 had been sunk by a The crew was picked up and landed but one man hat died of Japa nese government today recalled Hiroshi ambas sador to Germany and long an ad vocate of a military alliance among Germany and No of ficial reason was but the recall has been considered inevita ble ever since Japans foreign pol icy underwent drastic change as i sequel to Germanys conclusion oJ a nonaggression pact with Russia Chandler Will Quit for Senatorship a high of ficial source disclosed wil resign Monday and be appointee senator by Keen John who will succeed him as th states chief Chandler will take the seat lef vacant by the death Tuesday of Senator 5 PRISON GUARDS FIRED OKLAHOMA chairman of the state board of announcet today the dismissal of five guards at McAlester Smart said two more guards would be dis charged soon and that none wouk be The he said were in line with a move to reduce minute speech to the Reichstag and the And let who consider war to be rejectrmy outstretched His Proposal Formal He challanged the Allies to in terpret these opinions of mine as cowardice if they I need not occupy myself with what they think I make these statements simply because it goes without saying that I wish to spare my own people this suffer Collaborators said Hitler re garded his proposals as formal and that he would now await for Britain and France to act on The Fuehrer was time and again conciliatory in to both Britain and The worlds he showed that in war there have never been two but often only Neither force of arms nor lapse of time will conquer he It is infantile to hope for the disintegration of our peo The Material Phases These were among the other material phases of his speech renunciation of further territorial save for his old colonial declaration that Germany and Russia would re lieve one of the acutest danger spots of Europe by working for a peace zone in eastern specific assurance to the world that he had no designs on the the Urals or Denmark and an expression that in eastern Europe and Scandinavia as his inter ests were wholly New Order for Poland declaration that one of Germanys tasks in dealing with fallen Poland was the establish ment of a new order of ethnogra phic that is to say re settlement of nationalities and a further declaration that it was a problem not restricted to this particular sphere but a task with far wider for the east and south of Europe is to a large extent filled with splinters of Ger man whose existence cannot be Saying that if the present war was allowed to go on the vigor of every nation will be sapped on the Hitler added it would be a struggle in which there are no longer any ob vious reference to Britains vulner ability to air Such a war carried to the he would leave a frontier of ruins and endless graves be tween Germany and No Demands on Allies he had no demand to make on England or and thus there was no reason for carrying on the cies and aims of European states reorganization of the internal eco nomic systems of individual states along with organization of mar kets and currency regulation to revive international trade estab lishment of an unconditionally guaranteed peace and a sense of security on the part of individual nations by sanctioning Europe as remade and by reducing arma Why War in West Why should this war in the west be fbught he For the restoration of Pdland The Poland of the Versailles treaty will never rise This is guaran tvKjr of largest states in the world Russia and Ger He thus ended his speech As Fuehrer of the German peo ple and chancellor of the can only thank God at this mo ment that he has so wonderfully Continued on Page Ten NO IS LONDON PRESS REPLY Hitler Too Late With His Peace News papers Declare curity Clarification of the foreign polispot and forward bold singleword no captioned the main editorial of Lord Beaver brooks Evening Standard sounded the keynote of early British reac tion to Adolf Hitlers proposal for an allinclusive peace Hitlers speech changes noth the Standard If he has made his last peace he also has made his last war The power of democracy in Britain and France has taken the decision from his They have decided to finish with He has spoken his own fu neral The British Press association an nounced today that the speech was received by British newspapers in full and The censor did not even wish to have it submitted to The Standard declared editorial ly that Hitlers peace would mean a Nazi The Star said In any discussion of Hitlers peace it is essential to re member how much weaker he is than he was on the first day of the There is plenty of evidence to show that Hitler is fighting Observers in London gave the Hitler proposal an extremely re mote chance of They pointed out that any peace terms would be guaranteed only by Hit lers which is unacceptable to the British government they questioned whether a peace would remove the constant threat to Europes security and considered it unlikely that Britain and France would agree to Germany and Rus sia reconstituting some sort of Po lish state between Metal Markets NEW me per steady electrolytic spot Those were the prerequisites he export Lead steady spot listed as essential to European se New York East Louis Zinc steady East Louis   

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