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   Marion Star, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1933, Marion, Ohio                               EATHER t- aid No 25s. THE MARION STAR HOME EDITION MARION, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. 27. SIXTEEN PAGES THREE CENTS. RELATIVE OFPUBL1SHERS D1E KELLY ADMITS PART IN PLOT Law Confesses i to Texas for v ;nap Ransom. "DENIES GUILT To Rush Desper- >A 'e To Oklahorrm 'or Trial. and Wife on 1 -ice 16. 2-- e a' age-t f the ce announced a -oT-ev ard of George c corfessed r- m Cole- ft. of the -a-som monev was recovered a L.e'-ed to W, T r' ce ec ives this 5 wi'e were i iaso b--eau of r' -Slice 'aid u w.i h har Geral .irl re of tit Tex from Keil had nd rep -e- daugf I KcmcvjJ Planned v. _ "o tha' o remove the Kel i r p'ares at the whn wo lid nrt be nn o r-T removal] -c 'TOT Federal Judge at Jackson Tenn The of'ice-- said the riadp todav but he i whetne- the Kellvs d red to Okla iv came to Mem went to the Ram i-ere wife, a 'an lived teiephcmed J ir 1 engaged a room pa- Tichenor like w f- and S E -f '--i heH r hand It was at -c the Kelljs KILLED ON HIGH WAY TWO Final ARE SHAKEN pUC[ ERA ICE hNDS INVESTIGATION t' SL 4 Two of Ohio leading paper died night tlbert Hall BaWer (.hairman of the board of th Cleveland Plain Dealer propressne CIMC leader tharle> 1 HnlRht 66 (holow) was the militant editor and publisher of the Akmn Bearon-Journal Hi seried one term as 2 NEWSPAPER LEADERS DIE i i Death Takes C L Knight of Akron and Elbert Baker of Cleveland BY OUTBREAKS Ten Desperate Indiana Cnm-1 mals Evade Police Traps Twice DISTRICT I S TERRORIZED Philadelphia Pen Scene of Rioting. Warden Hurt m Clash. BT The MICHIGAN ImJ Sff' II Ten despe-at" corvic ftei frcm the Indiana vvhe e -hev escaped armed elaborate police traf- tviav The were be'K .d 10 have separated irto three Fcur of the men Mil1 he c1 i ap ive Sheriff Charles >eel o' Co-vdor Ind Two other xictims whose ..omobiles the feions '-ad been released One of the police trap- was in woods near fhi- f ton Score" of vigilantes scaiohed through barns farm field- and the failed to ove-take i the four fugitives who had i i cheriff as hostage j had wrecked the car near Wheeler as well as another automobile they commandeered Clerk Mat Die Phvsicians said Fmlev P Car-or a prifon clerk sho in 'he hip ami ardomen during the might die Plans were under wav 'or an In quirx as to the convicts ob- tained arms marched diagonallv grounds without Old Age Pension Plan U Given Cleveland Selected for Next Meeting. OF IMPORTANCE Donald McCaniimn. 16 Nea- Mt G-leac4. Victim of Av idfc it. Pv hinr -M-tf a'-e-Ced 'he The M I'cen co-ver' is n lesred urn The trover nent a'teir-ooP a- e had picked i. lev eland neV .onvcn'ioi ritv snd hs 1 approved R -foljlion inli miiK old ape pension The crvfn ion i -t-r. rn the fourth OUM -'artel th r i continued through the i r 1 hin wi ho K a m or rer 'o clea up f --si r-UMnc p V v foi 10 ICl.  Approval AWAITS OK, OF JOHNSON NRA Head Studies Details of Retail Charters and Other Developments of ferem-mx nil Page S morning' T--lon in The Star au Th" new of fleet Hdiv.v H o' Cleveland K-and rhanrelloi Robert 1 es'her inghrfin .f Berfiholz Rraiid vuc IS CLEVELAND WOMAN Pythian Sisters Pioceed With Counting of Ballots Cast m Election Today. h' al T ftl Hotel dli rr Mm it n -w hi of i cv flm hie' and ui Ihc three dm BOTH INFLUENTIAL M E n., across the pnson i and out the front door Former Widely Known as Mill- meeting opposition from wnitnBtWiA VnO'h w all tant Writer and Ohio Political Figure. AKRON O Sept Landon Knight 66 Charles a militant who line the high wall of the prison Five others -were reported seen near where thev re malned until nightfall last night Thev terrorized William Werner and his familv and then 'led in the i direction of Lafavette Ind still ed ti'dav n tirii L. to s i f the rhaiceln r nos 1 lenk'ns of o r inv enlioi f I Itimhus grand prclat- rank Reid i i. -ulle I of I hiuh'ville grand master at Oi ganiration am- M E Hall of St Clairsvllle this after, oon grand inner guard nnd J K Dust of COMPANION IS UNHURT Did Not Passing Car lit n'irn Mil Hill Irn st ,1 i man of "iouigstown grand ojtei SUIn addition tu Mr Punn the in stalling -taff ctr-iMed of U F'll" f' dumb -ei-teta the supreme tribunal illlam r Bruce of Mt Gllcad one of supreme representative- from Ohlf J  i authoritiea ex-1 c friends rter attack in an r a him beirg made he'e o ocatc part of the KciH raging bad -1 n an a'l steel cage i "rce o authontv m "ie -outhwest ion to Okla ajburn ha red n'nu'd on Tage Nine COUNT? MAY ENLIST IN WORK CAMPS t-iy 25 Eligible To c es m Refor- on Corps. h is in 25 i- tne rd cated toda ne rel c' N coui p-r- and chai- U hi'e Va-ion coun e-vation corp5 -e additional a-n work earlv in rarks which 1 Sv desertions _. and publisher of the 'aeon Journal and pub of the Massillon ,_____: and as insurgent gressman during one term, he b" came known as a picturesque crj writer the foe of wha he saw as panv bossism and o' bureaucrarv a newspaper bJilder ord at one time a leader in 're Druggie to re organize the Rep-ib ncan partv m Ohio Before he began his editorial ana rewspapei career in the 90 had received a iaw decree from Co lumbia umversitv had traveled i through Europe writing articles 'or American magazi-e" and had practiced lav. in Bluefield W a From 1896 tn he was an erf i tonal wri'er for the Philade'phia I Times In 3900 he became assistant I editor of th" Home Com parion anc1 was editor'n-chie' i when he joined Major T J Kirk patrick in bu ing th" Jou'- nai in 1903 Ir 1912 he first drew rolice a I militant eduor At that time he threw his support to m the BJll i'oose mo- ement Two vears later he namei V-enberg, M, Continued on Fare Mne the order Convention delesHef meeting In the r-all their n this mrrnlns f the el. ilo-i "f f'l r I ti ci GreftinR- fiom the Krard lodRC sei in ronventlon nt The nud. lorium were brought to the lempK1 and ludse A H Kunkle of Spring df.iPKa.eH "hmth -ffr the nprniap also a aupr-n e .rprr-rnta h, ,.r.ml he F O of Mt Ku'.l of Martett. the retinrg Krand chancellor r bpr, 1 eth.ri, C> .n. Marion II aconvertion won Rain of from PUb national and state officers attend I- spe I I other I Hi; M ci i ft f ode I he Continued on Page Mne 'was in a of eligible will b" pre re- OJ-T. s onfcina! fitted racn countv will -d abojt 25 ojota in the -r according to f-om Major director Plain Dealer Executive Dies BT The CLEVELAND O Sep' 27- Elbert Hall Baker who in his own liked 'to see a paper irg to improve the community died last night 35 >ears of plan nirp and building for the Cleveland i Plain Dealer and the cit> itself was 79 3ears old He was chairman of the board of the Plain Dealer Pubushinp Co and a leader m the newspaper lie d throughout the country He was a I director of The Associated i for 1" >ears From the time he and Charies t Punithment Revolt in Cell, PHILADELPHIA Sept ing not set off b> revolt again t punishment for bitter convict swept Eastern pemtenuan, night throwing the prison into i one of the worst turmoi'i in of hiEtorv While and flames 'rom burnrg mattresses arose in cells arf condors practicall> the en tire prison population of about 1 ffi Ion? timers for more than hrer h are kept the ituion m m-sor e- earning and smashing ceil furnl'hingj Warden Herbert J 'Hard Boiled) s-n tr- groping tnrough the ,n a" attempt to quell tne riot felied b> blows on the read b a piece f co. wielded -hrough cell b> an enragej stitches were I ?KT in h 3 i Queller! b) Firemen More 300 cit> police state ope i who dashed here and three f rp companies fmall> brought not under control b, half-drown- ,ng con.icts with streams of wae- f-om high pressure hoge tnose who resisted Warden Smith a veteran of many ine the -se-won here praise was Riven three Marlon men who important parts in at ranging the convention M L son general chairma.n of the i convention committee t irr" 1 Davidson chairman of 'he ei tairment committee and Htn-v H ODowd chairman of the Hate i i. Memorial ceremonies a Its i ternoon i Seyklng The election of the grand guard for 1935 'o he thi- Derembei in lodge election' 'vn the state has so far drawn declarations of canriidatj 'roni Pettibone of Por' Thnton E R HcMsel of Cincinnati This poi' the elective rf 'ice since the other officers arc- moved to the r'xt higher post each vear for supreme opntative tj the- sjpreme lodge whom will be elected in December is cxpcc'ed to be ar. nounced b> O O Barr of Lima William F Bruce of Mt Gllead now serving in capacitv and F G Sparks of Mt the re tiring grand chancellor Candl IU turnrxl i.reetings frnm 're Pvthiin ters convention vr-e relumed b> Mi. Mollle Kelld of Cleveland uirrrme miHire-.i of leroidd nnd Mrt Jenrie Sc hif f tr fcrand chief of Mt er and Mrs '-haw of C Icvr a r! 'he- trccmilrg grand chief (he elertion finnl of rescinitlona ind the Ir o' will complete- HE" I; n i fixe- I v ill --M i II IK') I i run i It nn f Iv that i Ir. i lit' ritv c nUniit f'l p b ui c (I n  Senntor Ihonu- I'liiioiint nf oklnhomn tr, Maicl luck I'll t Pc' mil f III tllil nf Ml Pi ciee'n cxpun I ii pi mi" W I i 1 hi mi' pc i i I lc-1 Til UM of 'he m ffl I i n tint rf Kuc-nniei' fiKdiclen Ivvn. ri liu llic-lr u'tif to necill wilt I lie of bor i. fur m NPA One- the p ir Ic vi il r tin'io-i fc in raih r" Rt' I' K f M i tr H! c- c rn i" J'fif -tr c It w mil I r jiei ill ilr m uul ff r "I' MOJC- thnn tlollnri r public' w 111 I been oil' hul Mlvv H n lirro Hi of lln> i luting Icitlitt N, hnnlilt honip in tiKljM of levr- In  II of nf "Ann re iiilni, rjtri an KUIII tiling Attoints- Mjcia oom- Uilnm Hour of i line Sidney nf Nnw Re. I ford Mnw Milton i nf New KeilfoKt uwnei of eai The men the> driving 'n ulllfta alnio enilv inttcnlu. n urnliik Hudcilph njlr.1 thiil he h nl tnk'ii the wdrrl nt LexhiRlon Iti inllii from of (he niililei) and thul Junt piumcil coi he struck the H" that did not ice miner of hut that Mispprd lhr> rnr whmi heard n K of h' ir i Mi in ike I 'I ill-' nnrt Mi McCumrnsn wtin ntudent in Mt High nchool until lut hr qul! Bislden hm pnronls ftnu ultuein Itmlvi, Mett> ftntl Uslo >ln ununin, nil lit home Funeral not 1 tl I f j Memorlml hfrtlc-r of temples jjhoj' 'he itnle were hont red m-moiiil hervice night In i Klitf) Hirn conducted h> pv'hinn More than cnd'cl the nrrvice ronduc' r memberi of Marion and r nrr f, h r r I i rr tl-' fr Mr. owr 1" a UrKe AJmlstiiiB In Baker Model Kitchen Is Feature of Cooking School A mo'lr! kitchen on Ire l-ctur-i mrstor a..d hunrt.ulH filled w.tl, the and Ur.nit, H th- school Kennedv leased from L" E the Plain Dealer on Page Tells of Care Taken Against Ohio Pen Breaks Precau'ions taxen at Ohio pemtertian ii Columbus to p- such outbreaks as occurred in Michigan Citv Ind, tiar> afternoon RICHARD DIX'S WIFE DIVORCED IN MEXICO LOS ANGELES, S-pt 27 The j film colon> had another I" d! orce to talk about toda. in that' rna of Ricbmrd Dix screen and. aP-moon former Coe San Fran society plrL Mrs Dix attorne> disclosed she had obtained decree at Juarez Mexico, on the of cruelty June 29 but like most recent separations and her husband issued a joint statement ,'f, Torn M' ovn ard Marion Columbia b> nominated and re- and chairmen tne jenterday die- Holden in i893 to this mornin? bv P E t sharing basis Thomas warden of the Ohio pen! who attending the of PythiM convention in which said they were part- ing the of MAIL CLEVELAND Sept 27-' rowd of 15000 watched be night mail. r-fk in Hie iiiorliim (jut like n ing their In thtlr tchool rookmj women atteiMl bMf ccwkJng I" torium. eallmnleil lnfUXiO' on strike I n i i nrrtklUr c nnimuniiK wi kciuu trleil dklll of nii-iln'c High ipotn cif thr> Bltndti'in wci" Delrnlt Auto tool imk'ir 'n nlilkc Tholr leailcm e thr rtum "f utrlkeni at M WW thciurnn 1 F rd workeru out Rihinn'on JSUA meilm l'i nettle (111 to Ktrlkft of HuRk iinil A f plug rkeri I Hnt Mirh llHrifo'cl tonn Tiuck truck nifier to return and If I MIA I putern.n N J Silk ron tlnues although   lurid Quuin uf Marion I" Rn o, Ne lit nfier irfiltjiis hm wifi hocl nulii Inlnrcl AM iltltude of ciiitipletc In illffrinuc I him il irlng liuit twc. n to an dl-i'ouri from thnt WAA ftt horut riHKh 30 per cent til thr ilmi- whru Id whn  tqulprnwit In 't JIM. Ruth tWf food and will conduct wiB ter NRA. W tfl month K v> It oat with but uj> two month. M Quinn tKi b wi hern by V 1-1 3l but Fv PROMISED O new promised b- assistant direc- praising -'a-, jchool districts 'O 15 "Vit StlU 'z s atJre inll EUC- -o financing a sDortinz proposi ion see thev couM? the anima! to, Knight, poured all hu ef'oits he into making fie successful IU But Short Time Actiiei. at work uVil 10 fa' 'O.'. he an abdominal operation IM- Fndav. He suffered a relapse Monda> right from which he failed to rwover As a progressive civic leader fte heartily backed the "Mall plan for Cleveland public buildings, ated a plan for aetUement traction war, helpefl the National RepuMfeaa t'on for Cleveland years a teadeer to drives. Baker 8V 'a.   been thrown over in the night, warden Every truck which the yard a clo-ely M U, ru loid IU Second Major Meeting of SafetyCampaign Thursday Marion IndurtrUl Executirei To Addf-m fcy SUte CoouDiMion will try f.milter oM 200 BOW COUISMMI term. Mn. HAND POUQHKBKPStK, Y.. line bM Ni-MSPAPJ-Rl fo r injured at 2 a, m a {OK collided w A hole wl condition N and The Mcond major frwup of UM thto OivUtkm of the wtn be btfd la 1 to Ntw the Tip ao ted 'ha and I" W SPA Pi-   

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