F.A.Boyles

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F.A.Boyles - Einstein Mourns Michelson's Death OXFORD,...
Einstein Mourns Michelson's Death OXFORD, England, May 11.— (JFl —Prof. .Albert Einstein today expressed his sorrow at the death of Prof. Albert Michelson, whom he once characterized as the man who inspired in him the concept of the theory of relativity. "Dr. Michelson's investigations were of decided significance to the theory of relativity," he said. PASADENA, Cal., May 11.—(/PJ —Dr. Albert A. Michelson, who died here Saturday, will be buried at Mountain View cemetery, Al- tadcna, late Tuesday or Wednesday under plans subject to change after after arrival of two daughters en route here. The daughters are Mrs. Philip Maher of Chicago and Mrs. Festus Foster of Dahlgreen, Va. Services attended only by mcm- Ders of the family and possibly a ! :'e\v close friends will be held at e iTioclest residence where the tamed physicist practically com- pleled work supplementing his prior computation of the speed of light. Reports that the body might be cremated could not be confirmed. the peace could not put a person on probation. Boyles later called at Lanham's home in an effort to collect collect the fine, Lanham related. Boyles conducts his court at night in a small house on his farm just across the Osage county line from Tulsa. U. S. Farm Exports May Top Imports WASHINGTON, May 11—UP)— American agricultural exports this year may exceed imports for the first time since 1920. The value of both, however, probably probably will touch one of the lowest levels in recent years. Figures compiled by the agricultural agricultural department for nine months —July to March—show exports of principal commodities totaling $879,858,000 as against $868,605,For $868,605,For the corresponding period last year imports were ,f:l.,44 l J,239,000 and exports of §1,312,279000. Since 1926 the excess of imports has averaged averaged $300,000,000 with the totals of both near §2,000,000,000. Some decreases in principal exports exports as compared with last year include: Meats, $37,117,000 against $58,294,000. $58,294,000. Wheat including flour, §96,284,.000 §96,284,.000 against $157,870,000. Cotton, $367,071,000, against $602,153000. Three Arrested in Running Gunfight McALESTER, Okla., May 11— (.•P)—Three men arrested here last night after bullets from pursuing officers slightly wounded one, and crippled their automobile, were returned returned to Holdenville today to be questioned regarding the robbery of three Negroes at Wetumka. E. J. Shellman suffered a flesh wound in the hip. Earl Bicknell and W. E. Lee were unhurt. All gave Tulsa addresses. Acting upon information of Calvin, Calvin, Okla., officei-s, McAlester officers officers intercepted the men 10 milea west of here and pursued them a mile before the arrests were made. Jack Bonham, Tulsa detective chief, reported three men of similar similar description were sought for a robbery there Saturday night and the thaft of an automobile. The Wetumka Negroes were robbed robbed last night. Tulsa Celebrates Station Opening TULSA, May 11 — (/P) — Tulsa prepared today to celebrate the opening of her new union railroad station. A gala program, with railroad officials and leaders of neighboring neighboring chambers of commerce taking part, will begin at 9 a.m. tomorrow and reach its climax at 8:30 p.m. with arrival at the station of an old-fashioned train drawn by .the first locomotive to steam into Tulsa. Tulsa. A delegation of 300 Oklahoma Citians is scheduled to arrive aboard a special Chamber of Commerce Commerce train. The new station, on the site of the old Frisco station, was built by the Frisco, Santa Fe and "Katy" railroads. Officers Can Shoot, Holford Is Convinced Clyde Holford, Miami jailbreak- er of a few weeks ago, who stands charged with robbery with a firearm firearm in district court here, recently sent some advice back to a friend here by mail. "If you ever come west/' he said, "don't ever think these officers officers out here can't shoot. One shot at rne four times and I've got five bullet holes." Holford was shot at Gallup, N. M., when he attempted to hold up a deputy sheriff and night watchman. watchman. He led a jailbrcak here and escaped in a car taken from H. A. Stout with the aid of Jack Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald. Neither Fitzgerald nor the car has been found. Holford will be relumed here as soon as his wounds heal, Sheriff George Payton said today. a John W. Sweern Dies at Age of 73 John W. Sweem, 73 years old, died Sunday night at his home, 401 B street southwest. Funeral services were held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Holiness church by the Rev. Laurence Gates. Burial was in G. A. R. cemetery by the Cooper Undertaking company. Besides his wife, Mrs. Elmira Sweem, Mr. Sweem is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Oma Baker of Miami, Mrs. Iva Kimball of Miami and Don Sweem of Miami. He is also survived by two brothers, 0. H. Sweem of Miami and David Sweem of Raymond, Neb., and one sister, 'Mrs. Josephine Josephine Andrews of 'Coffeyville, Kas. Township Justice Court Under Fire TULSA, May ii_(JP>^-The Tulsa Tribune, continuing its investigation investigation of the court of Justice F. A. Boyles in Black Dog township, Osage county, says Bruce Lanham, 32 years old, Tulsa, was forced into into serfdom on Boyles' farm because he could not pay a ?38.50 fine for alleged drunkenness. After working for Boyles four days, the Tribune says, Lanham returned returned to Tulsa upon advice of attorneys attorneys who told him a justice of Courthouse Will Have New Roof The Oltawa county courthouse is to have a new roof and some new sidewalk around the south and west sides, adjoining the building. The roof is leaky now and the sidewalks sidewalks tilt so that rain water runs in the basement. The commissioners this morning voted to ask for bids on the jobs. Miami Sales Day — Second Monday in each month.

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 11 May 1931, Mon,
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