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en the her A. attend lady but husband to had in her at of publisher, her her said few was of Fergusons Confesses Part ROOSEVELT PASSED DEMAND TO SENATE TO BALANCE BUDGET PRESIDENT! AL~ULTIMATUM COMES AFTER SENATE INCREASES EXPENSES Clarence Click, who with six other persons, was arrested in Amarlllo, Texas, in connection with the kidnaping of Miss Mary McElroy. She is the daughter of City Manager H. F. McElroy of Kansas City, Mo. Click confessed his part in the kidnaping Monday, and led officers to a cache of port of the ransom money. CHINA GETS LOAN OF FIFTY MILLION BUY WHEAT, COTTON WASHINGTON, June 5.—(/F)— Under President Roosevelt's direction, the Reconstruction Corporation has arranged a $50,000,000 loan for China to buy American cotton and wheat, a significant step in the campaign for foreign farm markets. This long-sought deal, calculated TWO STILL BEING SOUGHT CONNECTION M'ELROYJIDNAPING ONE KIDNAPER MAKES CONFESSION AND LEADS OFFICERS TO RANSOM CACHE WASHINGTON, June 5. — (ff*) — President Roosevelt passed on the recalcitrant senate his command for a balanced budget in a talk today with Chairman Harrison* of the senate finance committee. Senator Harrison (D., Miss.) was called to the White House just before the finance committee met to vote on new levies to finance the public works program. Mr. Roosevelt last night warned house leaders if they accepted the senate increase in _ veterans' expenditures they must add new taxes to pay for the $170,000,000 cost. The presidential ultimatum appeared to be slowing up the movement in congress that has upset the economy program and the industrial control proposal. Congressional leaders delayed consideration of the senate's 25 per cent limitation of veterans cuts until public sentiment on a new tax program could 'be determined. Mr. Roosevelt made it most emphatic that he regarded a balanced government budget the keystone to the return to prosperity. Consequently Speaker Rainey said, Chairman Buchanan of the appropriations committee will not call the independent offices bill up on the floor until tomorrow or later. Representative Snell of New York, the republican leader, indicated that little help would be expected from his party in an effort to reject the senate amendment. There are no plans at present for a democratic caucus, majority leaders said. Rainey, like other leaders, con- Parole Revoked After Arrest On KANSAS CITY, June "Death and nothing less" is the punishment T. A. J. Mastln, county prosecutor, will ask for the kid- napperss of Mary McElroy. He made this determined announcement as Walter H. McGee, 28-year-old former convict, and Clarence Click, confessed leaders In the plot were being brought to his office for the filing of charges. The other actual kidnappers, named in the confessions attributed to McGee and Click, are George McGee, brother of the principle, and Clarence Stevens, fugitives. The prosecutor said he intended to ask for the extreme penalty In the case when the kidnappers go to trial. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Johnson, arrested with Walter McGee in Amarillo, Texas, and indicted Saturday by a federal grand jury, were'released by police. T. J. Biggins, chief of detectives, said the police will pay their fare back to Oklahoma, where they became involved in the events of the kidnapping by starting on a "Joy ride" into Texas with McGee, R. E. Vetterli, department ot justice, bureau ' of investigation, said the government would ask dismissal of the indictment against the couple. Abe Starr, Leavenworth junk dealer, held in connection with alleged deals for cars obtained by the kidnappers, and Lucille Gates, former wife of Walter McGee, were sent to the prosecutors with McGee and Click. Miss Cates cooked meals for the kidnappers and Miss McElroy, a statement attributed to her by police says. ...KANSAS CITY, - June 5.-> (fP>- Seeking to round up all the suspects in the kidnapping of Miss Mary McElroy, 25-yearrOld daughter of City Manager H. F. McEl- ARRESTED IN M'ELROY KIDNAPING EXPANSION GREAT RAILROAB HOLDINGS TOLD T PROBERS 0. P. VAN SWEARINGEN TELLS BORROWING START FROM MORGAN FIRM • Five persons, Including two* (women, were arrested in Amarillo, Texas, in connection with the kidnaping of Miss Mary McElroy, daughter of City Manager H. F. McElroy of Kansas City, Mo. Left to right :*Walter H. McGee, 37, alleged ringleader; Mrs. L. R. Gilbert; L. R. Gilbert; Wendell Johnson and Mrs. Wendell Johnson, are five of the seven persons arrested. WASHINGTON, Juno 5.— (XP)— Advance of the Van Sweringen railroad holdings from $2,000,000 borrowed in 1926 to the vast expanse now held was chronicled today in the senate investigation of J. P. Morgan & Company by ex- aminatlori of O. P. Van Sweringen. Prodded by Ferdinand Peoora, STEPPED INTO PATH OF AUTO, WOMAN IS INSTANTLY HILLED FATAL ACCIPENT OCCURRED SUNDAY AFTERNOON ON committee counsel, the Cleveland ! Uir.HWAY 11 NFAR RIVFR operator traced the entrance of HHiHWAI Jl HtAK KIVtK himself and his brother, M. J., into the rail field to a deal by which they got entree into the Nickel TARIFF PROBLEMS BEING CONSIDERED BY I), SJELEGATE5 EXPERTS CLAIM~MUCH GOOD CAN BE DONE WITHOUT "GIVING" MUCH Mrs. J. R. Denson, 62, was instantly killed Sunday afternoon when struck by an automobile said LEAVING By CLAUDE A. .TAGGER Associated Press Staff Writer. S. S. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT SEA, June 5.—(/P)—The view that the London Economic Conference offers a chance to cut "deadwood" from tariff hedges that encircle many countries was put. forward today. As the vanguard of the United States delegation sped eastward led by Secretary Cordell Hull, delegation quarters urged that tariff problems bo approached with this understanding: By States around flight, feeling He minutes (This ahead world beat.) m.. Ing a sky He Moscow on After standstill up by aviators several an among correspondents "It home port the where wishes oil and information landing The of the he of the waiting An feel fingers

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  1. Corsicana Daily Sun,
  2. 05 Jun 1933, Mon,
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