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Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - March 3, 1932, Sandusky, Ohio STAR SUPREME fOUNDED 1866-NUMBER 53 MARCH 3, 1932 PAGES at Poit O. as 2nd Class Mall Act of 187 CLEAR WAY FOR RETURN OF LINDBERGH BABY * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * RANSOM READY IF KIDNAPERS WILL BRING CHILD * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Japanese Military Operations At Shanghai Are Ended Negotiations for Terms of Peace at Shanghai to Offer BULLETIN 1932, by United March 3 - Fighting was in progress tonight at and the Chinese announced in an official The announcement ended hopes of the immediate peace the Shanghai although the Japanese stated earlier that all military operations had been ordered to is 20 miles west of on the railway to Liuho is north of the on the ITie Chinese refused today to accept the Japanese idea of a neutral zone around demanding Immediate and complete withdrawal of the Japanese The Chinese later announced that Chiang commander-in-chief of the 19th route would order cessation of hostilities unless the Japanese renew their By H. R. EIvINS Press Staff 1932, by United March 3-Jap-anese military operations at Shanghai ended with the Chinese driven 12 1-3 miles back from the city and Japanese holding all territory contested in bitter fighting here since Jan. 28. Cessation of Japanese military activities just after tlie Chinese to 3, No. 6.) THE WEATHER Rain tonight and Not much change in Moderate northeast and east Minimum temperature 34. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. James 534 E. a fit Good Samaritan DEATHS Miss C. 430 NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Sandusky and Vicinity Early opening of fishing season means In wages in Sandusky area that wouldn't have been paid fish men Accuser in Home prosecution becomes Eight flee to safety in early morning fire at General News Roads cleared so kidnaper will return Lindbergh baby to home in N. J. Boston woman posts letter to Lindbergh and is Japs announce hostilities cease at but fighting League of Nations told China cannot accept Jap LATE NEWS FLASHES 3- Tho name of. Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York was entered today in Wisconsin's democratic presidential primary April 5. by Otto A. state who filed a petition with 10,000 Mar. 3-Senate investigation of the department of justice's action a year ago in dismissing a federal Indictment charging using the mails to defraud against S. Chester president of the Defunct Mortgage of was demanded hy S. Senator Robert J. Bulkley of federal indictment had been was convicted iii common pleas court POSTCARD IS FIRST HOPE OF LINDBERGH BABY'S SAFETY 1932, by NEA Service Inc. Transmitted by In the midst of the sorrow that has invaded their home near Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh gave to NEA Service and to The the picture of their baby which is reproduced as a telephoto Never before this picture discloses to the world for the first time the charm and infant beauty of the boy who was kidnaped as he slept iji his nursery League Meeting With Leaders Skeptical Of Peace at Shanghai BULLETIN Mar. 3-Tlie Japanese terms for an armistice in are absolutely to the W. W. Chinese delegate to the announced at an extraordinary session of the assembly Acceptance of the terms would be to Yen feel the only alternative is further resistance to the Japanese ' regard the continuation of hostilities as March 3 - League of Nations were skeptical of permanent peace at when the special League assembly convened today to consider the Far Eastern The Chinese regarded the Japanese action halting operations as a trick to hold the territory They doubted if the Chinese government could accept an armistice made entirely on Japanese Japanese want to remain where they are instead of Dr. W. W. head of the Chinese told the United is just a to maintain the status A prominent League leader told the United Press he doubted the permanency of the sudden change at Shanghai because the hopes had been dashed so naturally welcome an will anxiously await further news from both he Joseph of France opened the which was called by Chinese under provisions of article XV of the League Paul Belgian foreign min ROADS TO ESTATE KEPT OPEN BY POLICE BUT NO PUBLIC Ail Night Vigil at N. and Surrounding Cities Brought Hopes Charles A. Would Be Back at Home Before Noon But These Expectations Based on Rumors and Uncertain Clues Direct Contact With Child is BULLETIN N. March 3.-Col. Charles A. Lindbergh and his tortured by many anxious was elected the as president of the League was chairman of the opening Hymans received 45 votes of 47 reminded the delegates that the extraordinary assembly was the second In the League the first having held to admit Germany to The assembly was held in the same somber hall where the plenary sessions of tho disarmament to Page 3. No. 7.) Complainant In Home Squabble Is Accused Knowlton T. 40, Thursday in the county jail to which his affidavits confined Sergeant William Weber of the Home Monday and This time Weber was the Ih his according to Sheriff Parker and municipal Weber charges Bieder with receiving stolen property and with resisting an The property Is declared to have been a blanket owned by the Besides Sheriff Parker stated Thursday that Bieder will be charged with intoxication and disorderly Parker says Bieder was sober nor when he was arrested Wednesday Bieder was expected to be brought into municipal court Weber is free in pending completion of the hearing on a writ of habeas corpus in which he seeks to have a bond set by Justice McCabe Completion of the it is awaits filing of a formal transcript of the justice's court Weber was arrested Monday and charged with operating car without Justice McCabe in to Page No. 2.) United Action for Employment Give a wage earner a Put one unemployed irran to A Million is the goal of ACTION TOR in the W A This great has brought together more Americans in UNITED ACTION than have ever before sought a single end in time of We gone back to war days to find at last a method of fighting the appalling specter of Give a wage earner a Give an hour's or IX day or a In ACTION there is no cheering Nobody is left Go to your local employment bureau and OFFER Every and woman who will win out of it a of And the great army of unemployed will be marching back to Already regiments have turned and are no longer The head of the long of want and is turn KEEP IT Hire a AT LEAST Hire a man or a woman now AMERICA HAS MUSTERED ITS STRENGTH IN UNITED ACTION FOR WAR AGAINST This city cannot alfOrd to lag behind the great Give a Join your local UNITE AV I T H AMERICA in for JOBS VOR 1932, by NEA Service Inc. by Skimming over hundreds of letters at his rack in the busy Newark a mall sorter singled out the postcard shown in telephoto Startled and thrilled he notified Within a few minutes the word was flashed to and Mrs. Charles A. Alone estate near N. J. they received the first clue that indicated their little Charles might be At the same time hundreds of police were searching entire eastern seaboard for the a year and one-half who was kidnaped from his crib in the Lindbergh nursery during the A said to have demanded ransom was reported left GooF But Anxious Mrs. Lindbergh Statement of Baby's Health So Kidnapers Will Give Him By COMLEY FRENCH Press Staff N. March 3 - Anne Morrow remembering the flier's a cool head in - has remained calm during the search for the curly-headed Mrs. Lindbergh's tearful eyes betrayed the strain under which she carried but she retained her She thought first of the baby's Charles was suffering from a cold when She also made known the baby's hoping Its publication might catch the attention of the kidnapers and that they would give the child the proper Mrs. Lindbergh is expecting another child in Yesterday - she went about her household tasks as keep even though the work was only It served to keep her mind occupied on beside the baby for a tew Lindbergh appears even more to Page 3. No. 3.) TWO PAL GIVEN LIFE March 3 - Pleading guilty today to two bank holdups In a mother of four her two brothers and another man were sentenced to life prison by Judge R. Cahill in common pleas court Mrs. Pearl 23. the leader of the bandit whose confession at last week implicated the was sentenced to Marysville Reformatory for Clyde and Clark her and Clifford all of Delphos and were given life in the Ohio All received their sentences without sign of Their aged parents in the courtroom broke down and They were sentenced for the robbery of the bank where they allegedly obtained Dec. 4, and the which yielded The gang also had confessed to bank holdups In Osgood and and a long series of I store Fred V. I Cuff Many Including N. March 3 - Capture of kidnapers who stole the Lindbergh baby from his crib in a second floor nursery was believed today to hinge on a three pine a ransom note and shoeless footprints in the mud outside the A multitude of clues have been Many have been run barring immediate safe return of the of them will be shown to be Each section of tho ladder is seven feet long. The sections are made so each will telescope into the each section being slightly wider at the bottom than at the Pencilled markings on the ladder were carefully examined In the hope that they the lumber yard from which the timber was The markings consisted of a classification Class and faint probably those of some Newly made saw marks are distinguishable on the raw ends of the The bottom section is believed to tho first made one trip to the Lindbergh home and that two sections would not This conclusion was reached when it was discovered that the steps are nailed to to Page i. No. 4.) wailed today in their tain home for news leading to recovery of their kidnaped Charles jr. Gov. A. Harry Moore visited their retreat this afternoon and with word they had heard the By BATES RANEY United Press Staff N. March 3.-Mystery deepened today in the kidnaping of 20-month old Charles A. but hope still prevailed in the big stone mansion on for the child's safe early The region about the home of Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh had been cleared of lingering newspapermen and watchers and the paths were open for contacts looking to return of the who was seized from his crib by a kidnaper police finished clearing away of the yir J of the Lindbergh mansion move which with Col. Lindbergh's desire a free path up agents could or he and his emissaries might go to treat with who so boldly and brazenly seized the little child who lay ill in his There was a feeling the day might yield important developments toward clearing up the mystery and restoring the but from the dwelling back from the main highway there came no fresh word to alleviate the suffering of the mother and father who haVe been almost sleepless since their first born was torn from their During the night a state police detective told the United Press Col. Lindbergh had communicated with the kidnapers and was expecting early return of the Forenoon came today and there were no fresh reports to show what was Two thirds of the state police force were still on full and headquarters In Trenton are following every They would not say whether the work justified optimism or Many False Clues to Page 3. No. 1.) Said Early Fishing Means To Sandusky Area starting the spring fishing season in advance of the opening date fixed by means that approximately 1,000 men the most of whom have been will 12 days earlier than they expected and that these 12 days will bring them something like in according to fish men here Around 500 of these men are residents of Sandusky and immediate the rest of Port Catawba and the Lake islands North Middle Bass and according to an official of a Sandusky fishing win average per day in only fishermen go back to this official and kegs are there's trucking to bo and a lot of other be nearly as many benefitted indirectly in the matter of as are benefitted directly you The fish men were wholly unprepared for the opening of the season Ir. advance of March 15, having been to Page 3, 5.) Guard Husband After Die March 3 - Police kept watch In Lutheran hospital today over Leonard 32> whose wife and two children were drowned when their automobile plunged into the Cuyahoga Mrs. Ethel who Is 37, and her two 10, and 8, were Pegg kicked a w out of the submerged car and swam to The family lived In O. driver of the said his foot slipped from the brake to tho accelerator and the car speeded from the street into the river before he could He said he tried to save his but became too Firemen and coast guardsmen pulled the car from the river and attempted to revive the mother and two Detectives said Pegg and his wife had quarreled frequently and had been separated three They reported Pegg had attempted suicide Pegg Is a graduate of LETTER T Boston Postal Authorities Importance to and Sender is BULLETIN Mar. 3-A of a house H waa baby vill be was contained in an airmail letter addressed to Colonel Charles A. and posted by a woman here police Mar. woman de- Eight Flee Burning Building At Oak In Night Clothing OAK March 3-Fiie of unknown origin that broke out in the rear of G. grocery and radio store on just off Oak main business shortly after 3 o'clock this the store and badly damaged the apartments of William Sharp and Hay and their on the floors before it was controlled by the Oak Harbor fire department and the Fremont and Port Clinton departments which were when ii ai ed that surroundings were In The loss is estimated at It is partially covered by The four members of the Sharp living on the second and the four of the Hay occupying the floor escaped In their night The flames were to the store but heavy damage was worked in the quarters by smoke and Property around the burned building was saved by on the of the 4 What You Don't Know Can Hurt You When you overlook the buying opportunities you might be finding these days in the Classified Columns of Register and And what you do know about these opportunities will make your household budget reading at the end of the Get in the habit of reading the little Want Ads every It will be worth your Or if you need a Want Ad PHONE MAIN 28 scribed as about 60 years old who spoke with a German accent mailed an airmail letter addressed to Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh at a station On the outside of letter was no Deliver this with all speed ' Postal authorities awaited permission from Colonel to open the letter and Inspect Reports she had alighted from an automobile bearing New registration plates were disproved when they found the car with its Harry M. at Parkman boulevard near the He explained he drove hTa mother and another woman to 765 today and later went to City hospital to visit a sick He showed authorities the visiting card he had After the hospital he he drove to Station in the same section of the to to Page S. No. 8.) Road Work Delayed March 3-PecelvJnj of blda on two state highway tracts has been postponed ly because of right-of-way State Merrell announced - Other bids will be received highway department Contracts will not be f tU later i Paving of 1.1 miles on the In estimated cost of struction ot a concrete the same road at an of 126,629.41. ot two on at
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