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 - at although taken. An Experienced Gang? The...
at although taken. An Experienced Gang? The rlowness of the kidnapers to co mm i themselves their demand. hesi- today as the importance exchanges. spurted more Smelt- micate led the wife, relatives and friends gathered at the richly appointed home to believe they must deal with an experienced gang that will bide its time until the proper hour for action. City, county and federal officers remained away from the home, leaving the way clear for unmolested negotiations, but the kidnapers failed to avail themselves of the opportunity. Members of the family late last night emphatically denied a report that a ransom note had been re-1 ceived. Ex-Wife Accuses McGee KANSAS CITY, July 26—<#>— Miss Lucille Gates, divorced wife of Walter McGee, furnished evidence against, her former husband today at his trial for the kidnap- ing of Miss Mary McElroy, in which the state is asking the death ganize This particular industry's week, company appeals head code try is bled of united most plain es: Sol- , i Case, National Union. of its penalty for the former Oregon convict. Miss Cates said she was living /ith Clarence Click in the farmhouse where the daughter of the city manager was held prisoner, chained to a wall, while her father raised $30,000 ransom money and paid it to the abductors. She testified Walter McGee, his brother George, Click, and Clarence Stevens, still a fugitive, were all at the house during the time Miss McElroy was held. Miss Cates said the defendant gave her approximately $1,000 of the ransom money, and informed her he was going to Oklahoma or Oregon. She said McGee had a large amount of money at the time. Waitress Disclaims Affidavit Against "It its is of be ry level going ~ the now. ly the that to or

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 26 Jul 1933, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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