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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1932, Zanesville, Ohio                                THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL L1I, NO. 273 EDITION' ZANESVILLE. O., MONDAY EVENING, MAR. 14, 1932 'FINAL PRICE: THREE CENTO IYSTERY NOTE LINDBERGHS WITH BODILY HARM ETS MEET DEFEA T FIRST TEST VOTE IN HOUSE ON PROHIBITION ISSUE COLONEL H h ME THAT IAPER LEFT PC Close to Family Reveals Startling Information pencil N J., Mar', h H. A HT- i the pmall urmiji m'rei-'s to SORII OF PROTEST GREETS POWER'S PROPOSAL Awaiietl hy oil as IMS? ridiculous and Incapable ot en- the propoced new Ordl- f.   m IOT inB "Forced Account" basketball tournament, to b? Cleveland, .played here neit iTiday and thejday. Marc-h 18 and 19. were made to- dav tegt out ir hA H .f1--1" 'he the double-shifting plan on comity oer County Engineer George R. Ev- vagaoona ijcner. white. highways, as a means of saving It developed Monday morning: ______ voted Mou- count, and building o. l h dnced nlfhtly as nlckel-a-dance girl In Broadway dance hall, while of culverts to be done by workmen un- KREUGER SUICIDE claimed The pairings for class A teams fol- the "same time [that bids he ner millionaire father-in-law doing their share tow'ard aiding the'highway had already been r this lo- and that contract will be let late this i LONG AWAITED POLL SHOWS DRYS IN LEAD BY 227TO187 C. Ellis Moore Votes With Drys; Underwood Against FINANCIAL WORLD I low: Defiance vs. Pcmeroy. 3 p. m. Fri- day: ZAliesvllle vs. Akron West. 4 p. m., Friday: Akron East vs. Ashland. p. m., Friday: Dayton Stivers vs. head cf the month. However. It was agreed that Melllck Co. Her husband Is Allan Paris, March it second game, 3 p. m-. Saturday; win- -Governments o, tnlra game vs wlnner ot nel and Mrt. ax cord- this inforinuiit, were told not eiitlon the to liv- EOUl." Thfv weie admonished o notify and were warned; financiers moved today to prevent j fourth game. p. m.. Saturday; final exactly they were told. For j vujrld wide complications threatened: at p. m.. Saturday. of iinv sort, the nate th Of rvar Kreueer The class B pairings follow: 1 n-.doeralis' '.voul-.l come to tne OI vf. Rossford. 1 p. m.. "the iftormant said, wiicse mighty lortune built on tiny f-iday: Margaretia (Castslia) vs. he note he wild.'wns written In matches had strengthened the fman-i Dayton Fairmont. 2 p. Friday: ell 011 wn'.tc in uu up-anrt- clal framevvcrk of 12 natters, luclud-j Stewart vs. Sugar Creek, p. m Legislation was passed to have work'the work of grading the highway ;p- Carlisle, 30. she said. should be done by forced account. Young Carlisle has deMrted i with a, double-shift of men put ---------1 work. his fill: Frauleln Irene I highest paid m world. Listing amons Washington. March hlbltloulstfi today lott their to bring the Beck-Llnthlcum vaoltt- tlcn before the house but iimrtei'ml the unexpected strength ol votes In the first clear cut test OD prohi- bition in twelve The house voted 337 to 191 spinet discharging the Judiciary committee I from consideration of resolution. The resolution called for BUfetnUalon to the states of an amendmeM to the constitution in effect returning to tbe suites the control of the liquor ral- any- flc. Discharge of the committee above. have brought the resolution in the directly before the house. her clients; The vote place to an acocan- HITLER DEFEATED! to father's luxurious suite, the entire 18th floor of the Vanderbllt hotel, j County Commissioner W. R. Burck- and has established his bride of three i holtcr expressed himself in favor ot months in a furnished flat la Creen- the unemployed- Village. BUT HllMDtNBUKGistatecl that he dld not The bride claimed she bad chosen ITA the proposai to jct WOTk by a MA w her park avenue nusDsjidi I v 'I forced account system, but moderate allowance, rather j members of royalty and the richest paailment of 4sry speeches and it- wcmen of Europe, she realizes about; minders thai this "is the tdes ot I up and be counted." 1 Dry orators, m such they trom 'her work annually. START FINAL FILE Berlin, March Paul script. Handwriting experts, ing world powers. Friday; Ostrander vs. North Canton.; Von Hindenburp, seeking reelection in the presidential POLICE GRAPPLING LAKE FOR THIRD DROWNING VICTIM Lima, O., March 14. Authorities today were trruppling for the last or None of the deed man's financial three boys who perished In McCul- othcr who entered the case or business friends expect- lough's lake here when they broke the f.ist elav have nakrr jjer-icd linanrial repercussicns as through the Ice. A fourth child, a OII to see it tut been re-ir.ormally would irtBtcate. they said, jglrl. owes her life to the warning call, ed. according to the Informant. Moves to prevent such repercus- j of her lather to return to hours after the kidnaping, islons, however, were taken In Swed- The dead are Everett Line. 13. and: nkergh was said to be visibly aat-ien. where a government moratorium his brother. Clarence. 10, stepsons oil because the existence ot the was declared for the benefit of Kreu- i Jesse Rupert, and John Woods Jr..! election but Sundavilng auaaay. _....j of the-hiant of the script and Krcuger. dominant figure In the p. m.. Friday; winner of first; in what may be the last battle of a i manner of writing, believe It was immense Kreuger and Toll interests, game vs. winner of second game. 1 glorious career, turned beck tteii by n perstui whose native; tinea himself Saturday, his heftrt de-jp. m., Saturday: winner of third; bid for power Huge wiih other than I pressed by world economic distress.: frame vs. winner of fourth game. 2 p.: i it Latin tongue. The note be-' his shoulders bowed by the weight ofim.. Saturday: final at 8 p. m., Eatur-: ed an imperfect knowledge of the responsibilities his fortune; day. i. There were se-Wral mis- thrust upon him. words and several grammatt-j m health was the immediate cause ors. It, was -unsigned. the suicide. Kreuger's friends' Lindbergh, it maintained. "Suicide while despond-: wholly on impulse when he ent." was the police verdict. pollen tlii right cf the ab-; Krister Llttorlr.. a business asso- He showed the note to the Ecia.te and close friend, said the effect i high polive officials to arrive :0f the world crises on Kreuger's com-, then, thinking better ot It, "led him to make the de-; ;t carefully Into his purse and has'clslon." Kreuger left a letter for Llt- further dlsplsyed It. Detectives.'torln. .rtment of Jus'lCO Investigators. dlng for the building of bridges, Involved a Reno trip, verts, etc.. with the county road building force doing the grading. W. T. Osborne, president minority, Galleries were crowded with and women sitting in the aisles. Defeat had been expected by the antl-prohlbttlonlMs. Only the moat optimistic wet leaders thought tbe She met young Carlisle In thej Washington. Mar. ex-, minority would to gainer Broadway dance hall, where they perts estimate Americans will pay be-i BUcn strength as it did. It repre- UA Eccount system, but moderate allowance, ratherj WAD JflAJUlVll lirtrongly m bld-jtBan accept a generous settlement ftM UKilJ MJK sentiments of be- dance in lavor of the forced cup. she the teamed as partners in a collegiate candidates Ing him. Von HlBdenburgi led his nearest ri- val, the da pperj Adolf Hitler, who, heads the Ger- account system, primarily as a plan; They drove to Port Chester. N. Y., to assist, and grant additional work' last December and were married, with for competent and willing unemploy- i a tail driver as best man and the preacher's wife as matron of honor. i That night the bride returned to rm a Ithe dance toor for the evening's lARfcN was nothlng else tween S150.000.000 and ai75.000.000; !ented the largest wet strength In the In income taxes by midnight tomor house since 1B1T, when tM amendment was submitted. 1MB. The taxes, paid by Individuals atili The anti-prohlbltlonteW wete aided corporations, will ewer the first qua.i- materially number of repreatn- ter of the calendar year 1931. Theyi tatives listerf dry who felt that will go Into the general fund for Beck-Llnthicum repeal reoolutioik fiscal year 1932. should be brought before the house A last minute rush to file returns (or a direct vote. The house nefer Is reported from all pf.rts of the, Before has cdme so close to voting country. Payments have been slower; directly upon a repeal proposition OOO votes. Official' figure! in prelim- i Inary final re TDITDICT fA 11 PI I? for me to she explained. "Allan faan in any recent year and the! The Importance ol tne vote was ob- U 1 I ail iv. ent to a party on Park avenue number of returns is smaller. vicus on thq floor and in the gallery. _ ....v.i-KK.nwTfn given by a group of debutantes and! The budget, deficit March 10, cov-i u was preceded by brief but warm I IraDRERfiHSi J didn't want to stay all alone on mylerimj 9 months and 10 days of the! debate in which only one of tbe drya. LailftSWldiAVUUJ wedding night." i current fiscal year which ends June, Representative Moore, Cambridge. O, Allan and 1 are together at 30. was The total participated. Crossvllle. Tenn.. March A falr- haired baby resembling Charles A. Htadenbnrg turns showed the' Lindbergh, Jr.. but said by Colonel president had Lindbergh, and New Jersey police not failed by 188.453! to be the missing child, gave this votrs to win aji1 commulllty of 2.000 Inhabitants its absolute m a J or- j t exciting day in years. Ity. so a second j The baby was taken from two tour- last. I'm not working any longer.! deficiency last year was less than half The roll-tall was interrupted by When It came out that we were mar- J that amount. The treasury now ex-; applause when four women membera red Allan declared he would not I pects a deficit of atout voted with the anti-problbltlonUti: have his wife dancing for a living." i for this fiscal year. They were Mrs. Florence J. was generally known. He ad-'ger and Tell companies, and in the i 1C. brother of Tnelma Woods, wlu be necessary in April be- j 1st couples giving the names of Mr. DEMOCRAT PARTY A study of treasury figures chows 'Republican, California; Mrs. Buth. the federal government has been op- 1 Pratt, Republican, New York; sirs. r !-_....__ rt m I T V iwlice to cease discussing world's llnanclal markets. i slain with her escort and thrcwn tlle two leaaerBi and Mrs. Homer Mitchell and Mr. Md WHIPS KALLY 1111 days after the abduition.i The Kretif-cr and ToJl interests into a stone quarry less than a y-ar'am, Hitler. Mrs. Richard Ycning, traveling in at v, came an' official denial of Its reached from the workman's match i ago Turn to 'Inu OHIO CHECK TRAIL IN LINDBERGH CASE Satidusky, O., March rc'cue which caused surprise since existence of a note had been re- iled quite openly. liie United Press informant read note only onre mid then In the ense excitement immediately fol- discovery of the kidnaping. He illed that the note was trief, jl-ip and to ths point. He said it; D by H threat cf harm should e be notified, told the parents; ty would "hear again." and ended! to make ready a Chief C. A. Weingates of San- center cf the for rnii''om. The sum dutky today were vrorkiii. to information pre- ate invpstlgatlons which The total vote Sunday was approxl- battered Dodge sedan with new Penn- and was rescued j NEW SALES TAX Wasntngton, Marcn 14 Party crated during the past nine months at an average dally less Of The cause of this bad financial po- jsitlon Is expendi- ture end decreased revenue. Expenditures to date Of Mary T. Norton, Democrat, Mew sey. and Mrs. Edith Rogers, Republican, Speaker Garner dW not vote. Bis name was not called, in accordance with the custom ot the nouse. 058.61 die greater than I rule provides that a speaker may Cast those cf the corresponding period of I his if he desired, but be It roll C. B. Fussier leaped into the Ice-, 37 660 377 out of sylvania license plates. encrusted lake in a futile attempt to i brcke all captain Hubert Crawford of the I IT____________ _ ___ records. The election was or-; Tennessee national guard called the wn'i'pg 'cracked the house today, the fiscal year 1931. Total revenue, ally is not expected to Lindbergh home and described the Democratic leaders were trelnz to'from all sources has decreased Washington, March official standing of the candl- child. Its distinguishing marks tal- rebellious members into line on'6Bl.G75.03. from to call of Ohio delegation Ott motion. _.---- v.-ith preliminary final returns, ln but one important respect jth_ revolutlonanr sales tax feature ol ;In the houss of representatives to of the mining Lindbergh the new rcvenue W1J. Decreased Income, _te receipts, i center the Beck-Linthlcum cold and the eisht hours Immediate- iollowlnit tile naby's dlsappear- Colctiel Undbcrgh was frank (ro-operative- wit'.i police. After he grew secretive. help in solving the Lindbergh r.eath tho Furface. reached the opening in thr Sheriff Parker said he was working. ite the children had gone down Oil a "hot tip." tone declined to tell fcr me After repeated the nature of his information. Chief ne was unablc to locate the weinRetcs he knew nothing of todies and apparently would have has received lurcher Pnrker's investigation. sone donn, t0o. had it not been for rrrm thc News of the sheriffs "tip" came to the arrlval cf hls with a rope. 1 when Prosecutor Alvm 8. Wei- Marcella Rupert, a half-sister chei received a telegram from Colonel Lluc her brother.- H. Norman Schwarzkopf, hend of Newftnrt woods coming toward the shore .lersey troopers to the kid- trcm tne started across the naping. The telrgram tald; ice wnen her father called to her to "John W. Parkrr. county Jail, your retlrrn to rhorc county, has telephoned important in- formation relative to Lindbergh case. Wanted investigator sent from here You RSSICII investigator to follow up Tlie state frcm vour offlre tiheriff Parker Beemed surprised when the prtJsecutor called him to au_ his office nnd Rhr.wecl the telegram. sheriff F.ild he had font to B ne.irby city to telephone St'hwarr- Experlmen his father wt _ ________________ __ __ nausteci by the Adolf baby. i am as follows: H'vler, IFascisti ll.S28.57l: Ernest, Ty-e waj noticed by [rtrttegy. the leadership now seeks toj with U.1B5.895.495.19, a net For Bolton, aevelsnd; CTOwer. ir-rrrtv nrcurred Hint .Communist i 4.971.079. Bm u j armer at one.'15 miles Iforce th el ssue. confident that the op- cf SS19.707.6fl8.88, are chiefly Cleveland: Piesinger, Ohio; Harlan. The triple uagrd. occurred Duesterberg. (Nationalist) lrom where the tourists stop-1 position to the two and one-quarter responsible for federal Hea, Cincinnati; BoUtoter. iped Saturday night. He notified cent tax is ready to collapse of Its In- !come. Ohio; Knlffln, CHiio; Co- -ind and unite on an umbua; Polk. Highland; Sweeney. substitute. D A TTI r CT VI7TC Ohlo: underwood. New Lwtngton. represented _the__LeaKue or i tlre Jouett Shouse. executive chairman: O A I I JU C FUUCillJ West, aranville, ana White, Toleda ffi. v pff islknd in the fo? :2'5S7-876' Oustav ior tne mainianci. _ ,n the -r-ssris Turn to Page Two Tlic news that the of the Democratic national commit- NI7W MFMRFR IT D SI IP Mr. I, II U K 1 UVB v v v I C W A A T 14 I V FJ ll A 1 O olone! Llndberph. Mrs. Lindbergh. Mtrr'jw. is privy to fiery c! tlic cafp. nr.cl t'olcnfl Henry .-.dvifrr to March N. cardczo 'cicanve an official and iactive assc.iate Justice of the United liie news inai me juinaoergu i or me uenwxrano national commit-: 4 rvvr ABalnit Brand, Drbmna; Cable, taby" had been found drew 1.000 peo- j tee, yesterday Injected the national, V f All Y KllR Hilwlll Cooper, Youngstown; Jenkins, pie to the Jail by 9 o'clock. The baby party organization Into the bitter! FUIV McClintock. Canton: lloore. was held in the Jail window for the j sales tax battle, urging party mem-! I mj n Mouser, Ohio and alur- crowd to see. Then It was put uri-! bers to support this feature of the fUjll 1 I PI I SteuOenvUle. The Ohio vote der the care of a trained nurse in the j bill. i 13, against 8. sheriff's residence adjoining the Jail.' Both Acting Chairman Crisp of the Aboard U. S. S. California, at Eea. Speaker Garner did not tote and The baby and Its elders, it was j ways and means committee and Ma- Mar. dreadnaught West Vlr- his position was not announced. learned, had been held four days in Jor'lty Leader Ralney expressed con- ltd the United battle fleetl a Virginia village on suspicion, thatjfidcnce that the tax would be pass-1 through calm seas In the path of trade CFfTK LIFE TERM the child was the famous flier's baby, jed by the house. winds today, bound for the Pacific 0; the Line reco-.crod Sundav right. Although attacking the "Kepub-1 coast In a war game of "hide nnd tniy of Rumors entwi. J.. Mar. btillrtin the Llndberpii cake rrt tori.'iy in tlie course of Ini! a'.l cluef. th les ;in reporv a mill. .Mug fiom Denver. lind (omi1 by .ilrpl.ine ti in ai'tivitii's In ami lid HUT. 1011 tn ci.itr has ot.lilii-' U. u a> IS REGAINING FORMER COAL TRADE The lustallaticii of jurist the newest the Will IFAVE'lloan deficit." Ehousc declared that seek" wit !i the scouting fleet. ct rmirt In hrief hut 1m-' v MJ h hM hesitated to advise The giant battle line was camou- brotnw., states supreme court In brlrt but-im rATE MONTH Dtmocratlo members" to vote for the flawed as much as a force of its size, r-rcssive cerrn-.cnies Just after noon J VMS IjA 11 iTTUllII H bt. and strict radio Mlencei odav Washington. March Ambassa- the wjdget was maintained to keen 'ts where-: famous Adtnlnistration leaders have already, of the i I h M i been hard work on the Republican 1 lice'. and Minority Leade-; Once the blue fleet, faster hut leui Jr" a i States On March 22 aocord tne E- jonn bid ;.ir cfiurtroom whlc.i wati FOR KIDNAPERS O.. March impris- maximum penalty for Bd- today was asKed for i, 31, first man to i UC'" NUes. CoUimbw, O. March nation's hlj-'liest court attracted H current iwtie of th Engineering of persons to the small! xirt thn adequate bukine for the salrs News, published by Ohloj rrurroom whlc'i wati Hironito will oia inc among hls tMaven. ..Ill imt want "the iintverFlty, Professor M. E. "vnf J With a solution of this oontro- aid although Ohio coal procluc- cnce the the Lmted, Ambassador Joseph; vtnM which all navy's fell off nearly five per cent in states senate. 'K.'.I ?V', "n crtRP nls commlttw Into will 30, who, with Har- ti> out around here." Wcichel 5aid Pwrkrr told him he would not n.-ojTnitp with anyone except an m- veMliiHtcr troiTi the ruM. "If PnrkfT show rue lir's fount: iinjxirtan; I'll assign hir.) faid Weii'hel. will take part 1931, Ohio mines supplied a larger ..harp the nation's luel supply than :diior. Bv noi'n Ohio prod IK ers in recent yeErs Rratl-; lisve of 'in1' trptl" ftfter 1923. WliDi-' t hill hoc TiiTfri-i' fnr to mo h" fo1 to to minor was held prisoner W the house several days. He was not 1 harmed. Officers found him on a, 'he courtroom Iherp were more than c outside nnd tlie BETTMAN TO S -.as rrcwdeii In   stndv aiithrojx-.lovy and tribal hubitv It v.i-f. procif-fly tier failure to uiv-l these tribal which! her jies'h. the defer.se is ex-j Joni: p. refused to indiint i-.N has bren RnTsne thr liirtlnn? thar Srymon Iwfii 'led" Jntt tlip Throiitfi DAVIS TO RKTl RN FOR CONFERENCE Wash.il.-'I'll. ii 14 (Vc-retiir'. ,innoun< f i! t.xlav ;ii..t .'.''.ina.i H IW.it.. cir.e (I tne TO thr :rr. pnd ONK KILLED. THREE INJrRED IN CRASH IV..' thr Of I. liter lie thrrr I- h wfrr siilfrrine tixliy ns thp Roiif- TIP ON BABY tl  mir-iu W.-IB -..-.t- Abduction upon ellmltlatlon of the excise sturdy cnii.'rrs. "surface eyes" of the B___________' canned In addition, ar. fleet, while rU-wr in wr.re the destroy- nvnf exemption from the elertrlt-ilv ers with .-team up residy for hlRli spwcl' HUlWIfo AT MAYOR'S HOME bombs O. Mar-ii 14- Attorney will be voted for western maneuver-.. They may moment Gfneral Ci.l'.wrt Bettman. candidate farmers u'lnc flectririty to pump be rnllffl to rcjwl an a'tHck __ for the Republican nomination for or Irrifratlon prnjects. A liBii' forres. Chicago, I'nltrd States senator definite- iflcAt-on ot the telegraph tax rr- The twttlr- linn dnllf-d today in WCTe at the home of Mayor neTtsps.perB and prens asswjla- T'h ar.irndment lions also will be considered. iin rxlri state- ly snnoutired that lie favcred rr.od- tficat.on at Bettman. mrnt. the :ssve tjccomr time for words and puuy fcwtihi." and that he h4' views on prohibition >o that Ohio may read them The attorney jrer.frsl said lie fa- vored mofllfUBtlr.n no that the Mates eotilcl STiveM home rule on prohi- bition and modification of the Vol. SHERIFF'S OUSTER BY COIT Cleveland. John hoga. county was upheld today In ft derision by the Hamilton county i l-.y Vi'f Admiral Luke MrNnmec Franic A. Csnboy Of Blvfr Orove, In the i tectliB of the blue suburb, riurlnp the night but no one flppi. RUhaid H. Lrtgh. high was mjured In either explosion. C'TiimannYr. all The Ms t bomb was thrown oil It and many years of jroiit porch of the house during to manruvr battlefihlps In: evening and the second missile evolutions--great ships evpioded in the same place several turninit in ;iiid r.ut of fcriTistlcti with hcurs later. stead art constltutlor. In the appealed from conviction bv Common PlraA C. Overmyer of Fremont, O who Tound him guilty here last December of misfeasance In cffitr. The charges nxmtist the fherlff were that he permitted zamblinjr certain rate tracks hr-f> last Mirrmfr The Cincinnati were r.illerl plf-A.- the stuff ttiday an'! sanctkrr.efl hoga withdrawal of d.vision and Its J a mlirfl by Cien- rf ill eral ShIjnomctrj the war area. I.t Oen. Jir.vour p MM. ant ihlef r.f the frrred with tl.r order was It March of M. Sulzmann of pretlslcn ard timed dnllfrl trnc-pE. is attalhW by t.'-.ti hridt'e .trie! "M.-iiniins The drill Wxlay wa.' quick deiilciyment f-r nction. It hut as the fr.n: dTrnrtna'.llVita Ir.tn position flelivrr !l-fir bTnadrfifiei of gunfire in tiir.efl salvrs. WITHDRAW TROOPS FROM WAR AREA Tokki, March 14-ftmprror Klrohltti Japonew In To hear the witen Cuya- f I IJ mctlOT.efl hoga court rotild not get all three of I% i to the rsse becau'e LOST CONTROL WHEN SAID "YES" H assist con- Mfre the understcofl HOTEL MEN BRING PROTEST TO HOOVER Washington. Mart h 14 President Marr- time I ;ic-< iv.ai-.r. ftck'C Elle-n CWhritvr rr.nrry him. or. a I ss tv. 'f ternary KenkiChl by It with a petition NO RUBBER LIMIT U iKlon. March 14 ffovr thr said tn- riav, utter rjinntdfriiii1! report from Fir Er'.c. (h thr Tiria visl'.- fd essterrt ref-nt'.y. Hoover was prf toOsy lay prohibition The petition was pfix-ritw hy rielritntiisn. memhfrs tf which faid (hHt In YrrX arm _....... large tic asainit f.unuy were glflSA HICCOrGH VICTIM LL TO HOOVERS AT RITES 14 Hoover pUntieti to attrnd EIGHTY MISSING Koreii. Mar. flTTfl 'flilces far (iff TCP vrr. A sefor.il of th' ii 14 Eighty rhurrrt lit 4pm Muni IT. ISO- nl! ,ji lilt today Ira A Tin rcr.t hit cough, d''-: UitU hero nr months crt mi In- AIMEE COLLAPSES BEFORE SERMON I.os Aiizeles. March Almee McPherson Button, evangelist rested todsy folowlng a collapse trrrtay as site prepared to deliver her sermrm at Anpelus Temple. She swayed and then collapsed aft- tr the services had scarcely befuo. carried from the temple to he- home sdjcning and retired. Her hi.'.MjHtid. David Mutton, "It Is r.othim serious." ROOSEVELT FILES New York. March Frank- D. Ri-OMvelt signed today papers r.er.Marj- for entry of name in thf F'.or'ids. West Virginia and Clll- fornla president lei accort- ;nif to nn.-xj'jnrsmeiu Jrom Boosevelt NOT O. March Raymond .o of Dftyton, todty pWadM r.o', when nmUgned here be- fore Dnrift on a rfiarse tf making false statement to the siat- securities department la connection with a ot cornpflny cf which M M official. Kir.U FAIR. WARMER Fair and colder day fair with rtowly rtt4Bf tem- rftvire: wnrtnrr Wednesday. 'EWSPA'FER   

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