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   Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - March 6, 1932, Sandusky, Ohio                                exclusive jlssociated press (ff) service The SanduskyHegister REOIfiTBR  WAUt ad8 BRING QUICK   RBStTLTS SanduakVa Oldest Business Institution-F OUNDED    1822 --More Than A Century In Your Service. VOL.    110.    NO.    5 6. SANDUSKY, OHIO, SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 1932 �D -D T n �p  three cents PAth% P K I C l!i .|:f(3Brr cents Sunday LINDBERGH 'GO-BETWEENS' ARE SELECTED John P. Sousa Dies Suddenly FAMED BAND DIRECTOR SUCCUMBS Stricken In Reading, Pa. Hotel After Banquet. READING, Pa., March 6- Dead (Sunday)-(/r^)-Sousa,  famous -John Philip bandmaster, JOHN PHILIP SOUSA died .suddenly early this morning at the Abraham Lincoln hotel, less  than  two  hours j after a banquet in his honor, j-__ given by the Ringgold band, inMin   0101      1 H this city. The band, celebrat-1 yniU   UlllLi   I Ul jng its 80th anniversary today,' had  invited  Sousa to be its guest conductor, a service hej Jiad rendered it on a number j of previous Ringgold anniver-Baries, He delivered a speech at the dinner, but appeared very �weak. A heart attack is ascribed as the cause of death. His home in Washington, D. C, was immediately notified by order of Dr. W. H. Ani-arell, coronei*. Sousa would have been 78 had he lived until November. Before the dinner he had conducted a rehear.sal of the band. He was apparently in good condition on his arrival shortly before 6 o'clock on a Pennsylvania raili-oad train. John Philip Sousa waaborn at Wash-jngton, D.   (J";-Former ConBres-sman Martin I/. Davey refused to make immediate an.^wer today to demandB for his candidacy as B Democratic gubernatorial a-spirant, but took occa-'iion to flay foes of a Br>f'Cial I.yeeislativo relief Be.--sion. Davey i-poke before a meeting of SOO Democrats assembled for the purpose of giving momentum to tl-.e "Dave y-For-Governor" movement, started by the Cleveland I^odge N'o. 133 of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. "1 shall not undertake to give you ftn answer today," Davey replied to speakers who urged his entrance In the May primaries- against Governor George White. A decision will be given next week, Davey promised, not later than Fri-da.v. After shelving the qiie.stlon of his candidacy for the time being, Dav�y launched Into a plea for if lief of needy persons. Mrs. Luetta MacGrauder of Ober-]in, vice chairman of the Democratic Btate committee and president of the Federated Democratic Women of Ohi� led the fcpeakers who -urged Davey to enter the primary. Ii: her address, she attacked Governor White for reducing pay of state employes. HELD 24 HOURS, FLEESJIPTORS Suspect Arre.sted, Then Freed; Child Imprisoned in Garage, Battled Attacker. ton .MIUS, O, iMarch 5 (JP) ~-Held   er, lltt-lo 10-year old Marfcha Ford wa."i returned to her anxious parents today.   A suspect was also arrested, ."^uffrrlng from   exposure   to   the cold weather and bruises about her body, the child tonight rested in her home, to which she was removed after receiving treatment at a hos-l

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