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   Sunday Times Signal (Newspaper) - March 10, 1929, Zanesville, Ohio                             jg- -t 1 f40 PAGES TODAY UNDAY TIMES-SIGNAL THE WEATHEB Sunday and. Moo- day wiib. rising ZANESVILLE, OfflO, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1929 SIX CENTS PEE COPY. READY TO .N BORDER REBEL BODY ADVANCING ON TORREON MANEVER ing on Torreon; WeU Equipped With Arms; Troops Taking Families Along V El Paso, Texas, 250 rebel soldiers L a group of officers entrained for the south from Juarez Se today to meet Mexican federal forces reported Yalta, -ho led the successful attack against Juarez, was in command. soTdiers were equipped with arms am- munition and machine guns. Families of the soldiers went thREBEL LEADER EXECUTED Bavtona Beach. 9.-W-With beach improvement. Major IL O. Sejrave of England and M- White of PhUadeJphl. had hope tonight of making their to shatter the world's speed reeord foe automobiles tomorrow oter the nine mile ocean speedway here. Although tbeTndv stretch has out. there were a few tad which would prevent any attempt at high speed. The powerful Golden Arrow racer which Major Segtave has brought here for the was gKen a careful check today and was pro- nounced In perfect condition for his assault against the present rec- ord of 207.53 mUes an hour. The Triplex owned by Mr. White, also has been tuned to perfection. Both drivers seek the same objectlve-to Increase mans tend speed -ouTeach has selected a different route. Major Segrate contends Warns Law-Makers rajvsLEEPERS IN power, stream Unlns Is not Both cars have refrigeration cooUng sjsiem and at the end of each trial will he packed Ice. Heine the challenger foe the record. Major has been siren the privilege of his UlaU Itot. If the beach dltl-m tomorrow, ho make his first appearance on the coarse about an hour before low tide. occurs at 2-06 p. m. sttttjSS-Z BOOTLEGGERS OBBERS INDICTED --i to be a Villareal, presidential candidate who also is with insurgents. "FOURTH" TO GUARD BORDER _. _ Marrf, Fourth Brigade of Fort D. A. tes within the last 24 sours. ARMORED CAR ON TRAIN BOMBED Medco CW. March 9.-W-A diBpatch to El FAIR WITH US SAYS JQLPEIO Family Subjected to Humilia- tion on Account of Arrest of Son-in-Law MAN ARRESTED HEREf WILL PLEAD GUILTY! PROSECUTOR SAYS Three of Tour Indicted For Hicksville Bank Job Will Plead Guilty -One man told us that we had stolen money and that herdldn t want onr trade and to other humiliations, decided Albert Madlnger. Llv- avenue. Saturdaj evening in dUcussIns the arrest of bis ISn-liSaw. Bernard (Barney) Mavnard in this city on a or "bank robbery early In the week. HMOKEJJ UAtt VAN bss been very fair with Mexico City, March dispatch to from Queretaro said that a bomb was exploded today un- car of a passenger train bound from Laredo 1_ Villorl arid another Bounded. ioU3d unaer the bfttnrub in Bernard (Barney) Maynard. arrest- ed to thU city last Monday, was to- dicted by a special grand jury Satur- dav for complicity in the robbery of National at HicfcsjUle 10 ago. Mavnard isill p'ead guilty to tne charge Monday, according W> a stateniens of Prosecutor J. R- Bol- lock of Defiance Saturday. Mavnard. 22: Melvin HaUerman "8- Laverl Stevens. 23 and Josepn Kowalsai 28 were an Inaicted for robbing 'the' wricsvule bank. Ta special grand new Ford on North Maple vesue Monoay. He had a. loaded revolver to the car but made no ef- o-i to attack the officer. Two bot- les of whSsiey were also he car Later police recovered a grip in which teas found and later additional was turned, over to ..he money. It is claUu- 3fcr an armored car 01 a passenger of to Mexico City. One soldier n-as killed and After soldiers had arrested a man on suspicion 01 plac- ing-the bomb, the train proceeded. in Br The associated from DECISIVE BATTLE IMMINENT By the Associated Press rebel outposts, and ty continued op- a. siiccessiui Bibels-Maln forces, to ap- to remiorce border patrol west coast .o.sjuffl. Fiftieth Anniversary unaer the baifcrab deplores auv pUDliC "WiiiCii te or hurt 'the Madicger Stevens Mayuard I I IANTINCQUNIY M1PES More Than Thousand Pullets Burn to Death When Mil- ler Plant is Destroyed Tbe Paul "Republican Party Cannot Escape Responsibility-it Legislature Enacts Revised Criminal Code That Does Not Suit the Earhart, Attomey For League Says The "sleepers- alleged toy to lie n the hUl are previsions that deooslttons upon which toe ariesc of bootleggers are made abalt be filed with the of the- _ thas magistrates need cot a warrant lor a beotlegger If -he reason to believe -he will upcs. summons but merely to the court to tr _ _t_ 4_ penaity is nos penitentiary; Columbus, March. 9 Oo2o Anti-Saloon league, through its at- tornev. Cbsrlea M. Earhart. today warned the "BepuMIcasx party ami that it "cannot es- cape responsibility." If the present legislature enacts a revised criminal cede that does cot sals the league- Ac the saaae time, she Ohio Wo- men's Christian Temperance Union broadcast a "call to areas to she long suffering women of the ers their influence in behalf of the bill pending before mprisonment la hootlefgexa choose in which county iher to stand, trial If "he bootless ia ang: countv and Is arrested to taat bootleggers can waive arv hearing and, allow the to" examine the witnesses fir state: that officers may not seapenr. for or seize evidence if they arreae bootlegger as his place ol opewMoo. The W. C. T. TJ. appeal for ijg per DUI was made on ground ibe bUi is. an "anti-beer boll provides for flnes or meet or both for convlctioo. of era be not left unmolested-- "per .anti-aaai- the legislature Having been unable to induce either the senate or Its Judiciary committee to Insert his amendments In the Glllen bill to recodlfy the criminal code. Ear- hart issued a statement In which he named five -sleepers" In the bill which would favor the boot- SSart cited tHe Republican par- ty's control of the legislative and ex- >C. was a received as bis snare from the roo- ,erv. It is claimed that he received S.OOO as hJS share. 01 iDarunEton part of tbe money he had destroyed by fire abou _ XZH sin Prosecutor. 33 BPG eidltv Monday, according to tn it is un- but KowalsM, U stand trial. and FAL AN DUE MEN u TB Lit iZsnesvme. was %iJT 230 o'clocs: Saturday afternoon. The oes includes about twelve hundred white leghorn pullets. The Miller chicten farm was one of the largest and best equipped to Se The main building was 20 feet wide and 20O feet long and completed just one year ago. U heated lay a rurnace but enclosed on COMBS IS FIRST AS A CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE OF MAYQH had e with. Its machinery equipment so included In the loss JHe oiraer 2. Zanesr-ae -when the fire Will Ask William to Run; Slack Becomes Active Indiana- the presence of _May- Governor papers while ef-j his release were peaa- o osn his reeas Ingin the courts Munde where he ber brosner wno was in a hospital j ?oaowlng an operation It was visiting cere teas tne po- jce arrested Mayaard lor 30 years. Police raret thai Madinger and Fo famUv have been hu-i "since Madlnger- ted'them in cleariag u? the Xiift stolen ey. _______ arrested. was arrested by Piersoa Cable Breaks and All Are Thrown Into Mid-stream in Kanawha River idarleston, W. Va, March TOS 2. an- "discovered and returned home to Oi5CU-eiciA als olant ia rutos. Only a was "saved. Calf- n authorities had declared Miller's iann one of ess ia tbe state and other houses were built from his plan The loss will reach S------ irita insurance covering about He haa cot de- MJiarleston, W. Va, jaarcn ,rft-a insurance covenag I Six men at wont on a. cev oriole loae Q, tbe loss He cot d( across the Kanawiw river feeredrown-1 yeste-dav if he would rebuild, ed todav woile crossaK tbe stream .n j -------------_---------- ,___ 6F S sKlJsf2Jf rKJ CouncUman Wilfiey Combs occu- pied the center of stage m po- UKcal circles during the when -wcame that he was the of the prospective candidates to a petition into circulatloa as a -----Following tius best efforts to have him candidate. FranS. Woratall. contractor: will also be a building lenees. not concrew it's too early to but he was doing a good political fences acocrdU_ Jljn Scott. coandUnac. candidate tor mayor two GOTON ......._ 'LANS GOLDEN JUBI Only FO LEE of the Suspect Declined to Questions About Liquor Imports Sturtevant Company to be L crosstCsr j caoic A Lble was attached, broke and the i occupants were thrown into tbe r.ftiv running water. The bucket was near mlostream the cable collapsed. of the men struck out for the bank bu. went down oefore ne could reach It. The otneis saa3c almost immediately The men were employed by a con- struction bu-Jding the Fa--- ricfc street brsoge. %a- Charles Anderson. Danville. Aa- T. Koocker. Henderson. C- R." E. Balvard, Gauley Briflse, Nicholson. Tifest_rnlon, W. Va E. C. tacy. mghpolnt. y. AH of ac. tne were employed Special Meeting of Commis- sioners For Final Vote on Bridge Project x action oa tlai rebuilding of the ehooce to run and perhap make any such, .statement to get petition. between now and' a. one sjcvv.d-i SSSl it oa the dowtnown corners------ clocS strucS 12. miasigbt, last nigat- Ho an politicians do cot go ..o oeo when the chickens go or words tn of the biggest surprises -was that walcii connected ____ GoodUve with the Mr GoodUve was a former and Ee was a member o- the city zs a niemoer of tbe fund trustees While It was announced positively that ne h linzuy eaireutiicsi RETREAT AT FIRST SIGIS IS OFFICIAL golden juoilez. anniversary of tbe SEurte- rv, beads ar.d buy- advance sn tbe reported tbe member of anfcnown, but In some tlie graaeviae VUIV VV C to ana George Huater. supenntes- s of tne construction, were held T. Co.. W tovestigaUoa Is being by the Atlantic Bndge compaay. I was being dragged tonlsbt la e-.o-vS taiea a roe street county Saturcay night -isg engiaeer r o- Braun Hyman. .ngton. the it in dlolomatic life la "nes enjoyed lilv____t all of tbe _ [tlac slcoboiic liquors, Jtion centered oa who io greatest of tbVcorps mlgbt be. _ event ever Mown ixs said taat it was the .e. roTTs tae VSscouai. a OI tslC Ob o. Co of Portugal, who bad H thmt bis legation project meets eSarovalo: iSe three commis- no reversals are New jjarch IAD ES JITLJM __of Merger Ttum Causes Setback to Bull Movement Moaterey aad _. _ troops had been w. cearer Torreoa. wi for vcars ss be wet temtcry ia a cry f -iST Reports or heavy' 3nd uaoer A S5S? teea IO' acre, were coatelaai in press dls-, ia an? important Tae rebels were said' Genera! wao oif a.-ter spirited] (Continued on TWO> ITHREE GENERALS JOINIHEREBELS jdiateZy i i lOHIO STATE GLEE CLUB THIRD IN CONTEST f in i Making Escape; Shot a cr on Being Captured notation cf America. OOECU old stocfe. wbicls sojd as .ow a share on S464. losing only of Its new stocs. w-oico sviUe. ra-. Mlouel. 28-vear-old slayer who from tne sctajlWH county ment by caused -only to t tbree miles tie state of name- snd baited to bis many; t-lle his ra a oalv about ICO rsae: cenerai. outnumbered by tae Andreu els, as ibsy tbat __ josned tbe and it is said UL Democratic Councilman One of Few Local People to Hear Hoover Take Oath Councilman H. was "on the proceedings and his only rfalnt wfls the brand of weather M out on day. He was of W3 brother during his also at his old home In 
                            

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