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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1932, Zanesville, Ohio                             Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL UI, NO. 3C2 'FINAL ZANESVILLE, O., SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 'FINAL EDITION' PRICE: THREE CENTS APTURED BANDIT WANTED FOR MURDER OF DETECTIVE OT GUILTY PLEAS PREDOMINATE WHEN ALLEGED COURT olumbus Man Held rith Companion For veal Theater Holdup Clock Fixes Time of Blatt Copley, Columbus, dap- id young man. charg- h highway robbery here in con- n of two local theater men here ight and wanted for murder jr. ind. police detective at Oak m.. Will fight extradition for lys and then accompany Illinois rules back to that state to de- lUnself against murder charges. ling to a statement given to a reporter at hesdquar- laturday afternoon, ley and Ross trnno, 48, Joliet. arrested by Newark police riday night after the) had fled this city in their Hudson sedan Ing the daring hold-up of rd J Mechling, secretary-treas- at Brown Theatrical company, airy Bugle, manager of Imperial r. at Fifth and Main streets as the day's and Im- theaters, slightly more than In an "after night depository" at First Trust aad Savings bank. All but of the three bags in the rear of the auto- mobile which they were driving. A check was made on the returned funds today by CUdweil H Brown. general manager of Brown Theatrical found IB Copley arraigned on a charge of highway robbery before Municipal Judge William Frelllch Saturday morning, pleaded not guilty, and waived examination. Bond set at S10.000, which Copley unable to furnish. Dano was not arraigned, but I highway robbery charge will be filed against him today and he will be arraigned here probably Monday. Police Detectives Milt Btotts and Ray Warner questioned the prisoners Saturday morning and obtained a confession fro m the two that they tbe them- 3M1SING CAREER YOUNG WRITER )SED BY DEATH isrd Hastings Hunt, -who for a ler of years was connected with Eahesvllle Publishing Oo, died B home of his parents, Mr. and William D. 512 North Sixth Cambridge, at 1 SO o'clock Sat- morning. Death followed a illness. 33rd Copley also admitted that he par- ticipated In the attempted robbery of the Amesvllle bank in Athens county some time ago and that he and a companion, Charles Lamberson, now in custody, fired shots one of which struck snd injured the cashier. Ath- ens authorities are enrcrute here to-! day to interview Copley. Copley also admitted holding up two employes of Fogg drug store clock round In the debris of the Flare Set Off At Lindy Home ago and making away with more than in cash snd two bottles of pre- building that was b> an explon, Bopswell, H. J.. Apr. _ neslum flare lighted early today at the home of Col. Chatles A. Undtwrgh atop Bourland mountain. Illuminated the countryside for and lead observers to believe It a signal having a significant bearing On ef- forts to return the kidnaped son State police at Trenton eald that _ state trooper stationed at the Lindbergh home had found the flare yesterday. It was described as being an old one. a "dud." trooper de- cided to test it, so shortly after Bald- night he took it Into the >yard and lighted It An aviation expert at Hopewell said the flare was of the designed for parachute landings at night, cost- ing from to each. Re estim- ated it could have been seen from tbe air SO miles distant and from the ground 30 miles The flare burned for five throwing out an intense white llgh which was made more conspicuous by the elevation of the Lindbergh j home, I Newspapermen watching beyond I the deadline set up by the Mew Jer- state police reported no planes could be heard overhead, but one O state nould liave been, lixes the tune of th' SheriH Clote Call in Riot to He told officers the men who at- Llberty theater a few mysterious blast at 3 42 p m Tr-e clock had been btowu from the wall and found by Assistant Fire chief Clarence Osbom, shown above, after ln a nettrby might been waiting m Sunday, April 10. He was a late of Barnesville high school le class of 1918. attended Ohio university. Columbus, speclal- in Journalism, and later attend- hio Wesleyan university, Dela- where he studied music He came to Zanesville. where he be- proofreEder for The Times Re- r, and did special writing for for a signal. firemen fought a three-hour blaze following the explosion. Eight work- i An airplane bearing the- number men were killed. S7 hurt in bleat that caused. damage to NC-3746 flying low oVer th. nearly clunaxed a nigbt Q, and disappeared. -------_ of more than usual activity at the 250 More Militiamen Will Help Enforce Sheriff S SS? Order; Two Already Dead in Field Among the late was a Shsrlff Maurice WOoster when he led deputies In with striking coal miners, with the auto he using at the tune. Sheriff Wooster was stand- Ing on the running board when bullet, tired from the roadside, shat- tered the windshield and the) window beside head as shown. later by offi- cers during the riot, but recovered. INCREASE GUARD IN CADIZ MINE REGION 14 Charged WithAtbck Onfiwn One Confession of Gvfit Out of Panel of Twenty-fllx Twenty-six April grand Jury. Judge C. F. RlbbU tt court ef com- mon Saturday uonlaf and m save pleaded not guilty to Tar- Fourteen men, ly Implicated in stuck ers at Musklngum Coal on Tuesday. April MM guilty oood In VM and MOO. to in court Saturday moraine. mltted tie right to appear Monday for arraignment. They are charged with riotous conduct. David Bay. M, named In too In- dictments alleging pointing at a tol and carrying cancelled pleaded guilty to the given a suspended sentence. lUbble warned Bay to refrain from drinking for a period of two yarn. and Sunday Times-Signal. He was I killed In a raid sefxil in his work here, but was elled by falling health to leave coition and go west When he Copley and Dano became opm- panlpns at Jotlet about two weeks ago the latter man accompanied him to Columbus where they have been living since. Tte dapper young man told a re- porter today that he was wanted for the shooting of Police Detective James Kelly, Gary, Ind, who was shot and on an apartment house In Oak Park. 111., exclusive re- sidential suburb of Chicago. He said that he and a. gang resided there and: BLAME ACCUMULATED GAS FOR EXPLOSION Most Probable Theory Temporarily Accepted; State Will Continue Its Investigation the period of time during which the court holds small coupe carrying two men. Thej Columbus, O, April Co. H-, Toungstown will be moved Ikense plates on the car were Frank Henderson today an- with cloths. One of the occupants resembled Dr. John F. Condon, "Jal- nounced he was increasing- the num- ber of state troops in Harrison coun- ty's troubled mine strike area by ad- the coupe apptartd.tditum of 260 men. a, girl who Identified herself as Greta The move was made, Henderson lot improve, he returned to his'that Officer Kelly was shot during a in Cambridge, where he had raid on the place. Officer Kelly and for some time. Hunt was a talented young being a writer of verse, and since tie has been ill, he had an poetry, sending it to friends eal newspapers. While in this le took a part In different dra- performances aad was n to the younger set other police from Oary trailed them to Oak Park after a series of hold- ups in Gary. Ind. He told potloe this morning when Informed that he to be taken to Joliet, "It'll be too bad for Illinois authorities were reported to Zanesvue today to return jCcpley there for trial. He will not be O., April n ulatrd RES the explosion which pcrtlj wrecked OHloX office building, according to a final report prepared today by F. B. Blckle. technical chem- ical engineer for the DuPont com- pany, whoVlmrestlgated on invi- tation of the governor. Blckle said definitely the blast was not caused dynamite, TNT or It could only i Gray, 38, of Minneapolis, Minn, a r Hnntrtirr of the colonel's mother, was that Joseph c. Hosietier. i said, in an effort to prevent possible Iocs of life In an uprising and after a "flaler troopers who telephoned personal tour convinced him would assume ithe nome OnJ w" permitted, prescnt military establishment i to enter Immediately. Her visit was! inadequate into the county. There are MO and men on duty at present. Sheriff Maurice Wooster In a proclamation stated that a con- dition of lawlessness existed. Inter- fering with peaceful travel upon country highways and the domestic tbe and business rights of citizens. It was] forbade more than three people from holds jurisdiction In Wilbur F. Myers, charged In an in- dictment several ago with non-support, pleaded guilty to charge, but sentence to the peniten- tiary was suspended when bond was furnished to insure payment of sup- port money. Those who entered not guilty are- Roy Inman, Loren Bennett. Ar- chie Murray, Charles MclnUre. Jim White, Hugh Delrympie. George Cttr- dy, "Snowball" White. George Jones. Arch Maxwell. Allen Maxwell Anders, Charles Seetnea and Payton. These men rith riotous conduct. a to tne younger set woere IOT JIB wm am of, addition to his parents, he is.anugned here unless obtains a re- have been caused by natural ned by one brother, W. Dean'lease on the Impending murder of the home. A sister died 35 [charges. ago. I Detectives Lceter Art Barnwville. aeral services will be held at 1.Laudenslager, Clem Owens and O. W k Monday afternoon in St pbllllps, all of Columbus and Oetec- s Episcopal church, Cambridge, 'tives stotts and Warner quiaaed both junal will be in Ebenener ceme- men at length at police heaaquar- 'ters this rooming but were unable I to secure dues or identities of per- jsons connected with several theater I holdups In Columbus and In other I parts of ihe state. Copley said that the only jobs he pulled In Ohio were the two here and the one at THER OF GIRL LD FOR RANSOM WRING Wilmington. tprll te-year-old Hilda Brodtkv. kld- while enroute to school terdai. Is safe and will be re- Tied tonight to her ordtng to a telephone call a man made to RrodMty today. say seven companions whose operations were widespread over the central United States, are in custody. They made Cax Park their headquarters until the raid in which the police officer was killed. immgton. Del. April 16 old Hilda Brodtky has been tened with bodily injury, police re. in what they say was a ran- e girl failed to appear for classes chool Friday morning, and is is known, has not been seen WANT SHOWDOWN OF MURDERER IN SLAYING" gas, fee Mild. Columbus, O, April that the explosion which wrecked the as state office building Thurs- day was caused by gas accumulated In a subterranean chamber virtually was accepted by all investigators to- at the governor's request to no connection with the Fire Marshal Henry "gave his private opinion that a gas combustion wreck- to nUht aunuelma- the building However, other ex- Martin Bernstein, opera- to Page tives of the Central Detective bureau, ._ of Brooklyn, drove up to the estate AI They they hud an appointment I Ltl lit! 'l with Undbergh, but when asked their with tne day The blast caused the deaths of eight persons, injury to three score and damage of Si 000 000. The four members of a committee named by Governor White to ascer- tain cause of the blast are of the STATE RECORDS SAVE DAUGHTER Kaleigh, N. C. April 16. Grey- haired Judge John H. Barwood of the North Carolina superior court, and bis 27-year-old daughter, Lola, were behind prison bars cause- the daughter speculated in _______ (stocks to finance a romance, and the i instance to "deliver jcate. nature that to discuss them might cause serious injury or death of the child." In the metropolitan area Condon's activity continued. Col. Henry inridge. Lindbergh's legal advisor, was at Condon's Bronx throughout some of otnmtttee distinguished father altered to ascef- Tfrnraa to her from dtsEi court of his lec- opinion that It uas originating i in the. sub-basement, it of. records to save her from disgrace. They were sentenced at the termln- a dramatic court scene late today after they had romnleteil a fcene that would have Marshal Frank Henry Prosecutor HOsklns of Franklin county. Lester High state officials and members of tures. Boston. Apr. little British freighter Femfleld was searched in vain on her arrival here early today for Kerry Flfcieher, wanted for ques- tioning in the Lindbergh baby kid- naping case reports he might I Honolulu, T. H.. April IS 60 Darrow was confronted by prosecu- tion demands for an immediate show- down in naming the slayer of Joe Kihahawai when he rose today from a sick-bed to resume defense, of four accused Americans. The murder trial, Interrupted at a that time, fttthough attorneys icr hosiery manufacturer father unced the kidnaping report "is a rumor rry Brodsky, Jobber and hosiery ifacturer. refused police admit-! to his house when they ar- crucial point by the aged attorney's to investigate the supposed kid- was to continue today in a IK And today he declined to conference of Judge rm or deny tne storv counsel, with Harrow ssked newspaper men to pub- the most important battles of his no reports and not to can keep this line open i attitude indicated he Redding of Mansfield member of the the bar. lor years associates of Judge I Le aboard 30 customs board of architects and Ken- Harwood were gathered in the Wake neth H Osborn. Cleveland, of the'county court room The daughter, Ostorn Engineering Co. to all of them as a trusted Their decision though riot final, clerk of the department of revenue, was reached after they had threaded aita mnd hid her face In a handxer- thelr way caxefullv throufih the chief as the trial began Her father wrecked building ana had questioned erect. numerous injured workmen in Grsntj j c mile read the The state prepared to the DuPon Powder co in- The defense made dramatic an; who agreed nouncement that a plea ot guilty the ship for hours before tying themselves the rumors false. Captain H. M. Bruahett explained that of his crew of 10 men all but one had been attached to the Fern- field for at least eight years. The other member did not resemble Fleisher. unanimously that The burgh, hiijh explosives J would be entered Reel the disaster, j judge Harwcod, S3 years old, for- experts, F B. Blckie, Pitts- assistant attorney general and a technical chemical engineer, I member of a socially prominent state H. C. HaywooU. Coiurnbus manager, fanitlv. wfrit to the witness stand. wh'o __________ superintendent the company's" Columbus magazine, were assigned by the DuPont com-i the Request of authorities Coincident with the report explosive Governor He RECEIVERS ASKED pQJJ (JNITS OF INSULL UTILITY Companies A. and B, 145th Infan- Cleveland, Co. C, Canton, and MAXWELL STARTS MOVE ON PLAN TO BENEFIT FARMERS Scarcely had George H. Maxwell, expert conservationist, arrived here from Washington Friday than he launched a project which, he points out, will save untold thousands of dollars to Muskingum county farm- ers. There will be no expense con- nected with his plan. First of all. Mr Maxwell warned that local residents must not hope for extensive federal aid flood pre- vention work locally during the next year. His alternative rests in a plan which will call for the cooperation of all rural men. With the assistance of Chant- her of commerce here agencies Interested in drought prevention, he wen charged _____ Bond In instance was established at WOO. Oale Benadum and Qay Robinson. charged in two indictments with robbing Dewey Hutchlnson, dtf fire- man, and also with driving us auto- mobile without the consent, pleaded not guilty to both allega- tions. Bond covering both was let at Others who entered not guilty pleas art: William Bursty, daylight bur- glary; Charles Bbmnons. carrying, concealed weapons. Pearl congregating in place within s> mile of the mines and called upon citizens to observe it. Strikers responded to tbe drastic order with a sullen silence, which observers feared may flare into vio- lence if the Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. mine at Adena. center of the dis- orders, next week. Tbe mine was closed after one striker had been killed aOMl OUW a score Injured in a pitched battle two days ago. second fatality added terdsy when Carol Nygren, 56. frightened to death after being chased from the Harmon strip mien by a crowd of pickets. Four were injured In the same disorder. Nygren was one of a crew operating a steam shovel when a mob of 300 strike sympathizers advanced on them yesterday. crew fled and body found later. There were no marks of violence snd Coroner John W. Watson of Harrison county said "today" and after Merle Ralph Cole. Lloyd, third Spears and--------.. bery, and May ttncn, litugtaif MM1 larceny. SIX VICTIMS PAINTER IS HELD New York, April persons wen killed in a mysterious m and other flood and ____D__. _. Is prepared to urge upon every fanner a system of cultivation designed to save soil and moisture. The consequence will be general crop improvement, lessen- ing of water drainage and added earth moisture, ail necessary for bet- terment of fanning conditions. His plan is to wk the agricultur- alist to adopt a plan of "contour plowing." rather than create furrows up and down a hillside. The latter system permits drainage and causes a gradual soil loss "Arn we to let our fertile fields be washed Into the Mis- sissippi Mr Maxwell a challenge to act on his conserva- tion plan By contour plowing, he ___ Chicago April W-Becelvershlps lie Utility Empire, founded by Sam- e deliverv was to Fortwcu her FFHFRAL INCOME officer son-in-law. Lieutenant _ n receded by spe- Thomas H. Mawle. and Seaman A. O TAXES AVAILABLE .Manor charge story, tears streaming ashen confession id destrojjd records to save s daughter Judge Thad Bryson followed with a uej insuii White dramatic plKi for clemency. The companies which sought Judec W A Devin ruled'that his, ef a! court protection for orderly! colleague must serve twelve months liquidation were the lusull Utilities in the Wake countv jail on a misde-' Investment means to follow the curvature of the land, attempting to keep each furrow on the same level, as nearly as Bible. Water drainage is thus fi at each ridge long enough to permit a portion of the moisture to enter a pos- halted understood Jones snd E J. Lord, announced he I testimony! Columbus O were not paid. e manufacturer. idently fright- by the activities of the IJnd- I until the actual slayer Is brought into! to Inspect If deral income tax returns' the open. I hca been granted to the Ohio tax A felony conviction i Utility Investment Co., and Corpora- would have disbarred him. Tile girl' tion Securities Co. sentenced to tuo In state, The reasons assigned were the ere the Uwull Utllltles m Co. MisslMlppl Valley ROOSLVEL1 CAKKltiO Tarn to Page Two HOOVER LOOKS TO FIVE-DAY WEEK PLAN FOR REVIVAL Washington, April Hoover favors general adoption of a five-day working week as a major means of Increasing employment and re-establishing American on a firm foundation. believes the groundwork already has been laid for business advances which can be consolidated and extend- ed by adoption of the five-day week. Pointing an example to the rest of the country, the president Is urging establishment of a five-day week In the nation's biggest the federal government. Be has mane this the cardinal point In govern- mental economy and reorganization program. It would provide federal jobs for perhaps additional per- aad at the same time reduce tne total payroll about Mr. Hoover feels that concerns nowj operating full time would do well W follow this example. As business picks jleMer, preliminary investigation or- dered a painter held on charge of homicide. The five dead Included four bers of one family. Mr. and Mrs. i uet Dobromil and their twin Jacob and Joseph. The other two M succumb were Bdlth Weinsteiu, 1. Philip Welnstein, 10-year-old mm of a f ormer boner, Benjamin rho used the ring name "Young AW" Attell. Welnstein led his wife, one daughter and a son to safety tout an- other son and daughter remained be- hind. Police rescued them toot PM11B Welnstein died later In a Police discovered a largB paints, benune and other infnuB- mable materials in a locker the stairway and arrested jamin Siegel. who admitted to owner- ship. The will be pnxntui to a grand jury. BISHOP CANNON IS RECEPTIVE TO BYRD REFERENDUM PLAN Richmond. Va., April Cannon. Jr.. southern dry In "substantial TOW PATTI up for those now running on shorteriment" today with former GOT. 31 he the five-day'flood Byrd's Jefferson Day Mat Albany. N Y. _April 18-Gov (weeks The" demand was aimed chiefly M'ronunTssiwTbv the United Lieutenant Massie. whose graphic treasurv department, with annroval of state records In revealed. D. prepared to- until all unemployment I. aworbed the for_the jo the pro-pect. In his dealinRs both the by gang of Island one Men iuid Prcsidmt papers and police Brodskv of whom allegedly was anrounred herP todiv has been the only mitigating evidence hain' presidential nomination to St-lcovery. the preident hold that pes- where he will address smlsm of recent weeks has been en acWw to state record? It commission will use then thai he erased and_ Wotted fig- an amendment to constitution to make a na- tional popular vote upon protUW- Uon" he said. Bishop Cannon In an be- Judge Walter Llndley. be- other daughters and a son has oeen tne only mitigating evidence j The state tnx to'covcV daughter's crime a rry Brodskys sttor- When Lieutenant Massle Is authmitv to verlv tax returns of co i md Alrred E WM reported In New on to the stand he Is expected to offlrtsta raid This W "demoKOKK charge and will reply to tor the first time What happened last it was believed will nerve to make CINCINNATI January when Kahahswat was splr-1 evasion of the new tax law a- has come when definite advances I League of Vs.. his opposition to the of a prohibition plank In eitner of strong impres-1confidence are maintained. reported tret miwtion. SHERIFF TO TERM IN ledo. Apr Joe Zim ian ser.tfnretl this mornlnc ited away from this ancient Judiciary, nvwt 1 building and a bullet fired into his, Returni or amended returns may, heart, thus revealing who did the.be made by Ohio ur.tllj Cincinnati I April 20 penalt) Taxpayers explosion, apparently from Murray definite ghoownft Kelley's point, however, was thst Darrow fim fcUst name the slayer maklr.z lr.--c.-oct Tve an indeterminate term of, if Lieutenant Massle is to be permit" one to 10 years in thr Ohio pen- ted to bring the Ala lary on ot certifying raise as the attack on Mrs Thalia Fortes- rood bill> He waa romlcted In cue Massle is into this ecrnt trial before Judge Roy R trial Darrow's announcement that rt Insanity would be brought up on be nt sentence Misppnd- half of the actual slayer spurred Kel T 10 ley in his t Stuari. tontence eiter------------------------- ullrijt a motion for a new trial tTVV in behalf c-f Sheriff Zimmerman twrnry John QN OPENING DAY Alma-bury. Conn Anr wUdee presumably had Connecticut brook trout for breakfast today, lorj lore confirming --oemoRogiL thargi Receivership for the Insull Utility WlllillmB" BY BOMB Investments asked by Howard challenging him to present a defi llttleroan O. April 16 -A terrUlt sult against Corpora- unt11 today ijover- vluie tion'Securities was filed for Frank answered neither Smith nor DaUd B Schoenemati. Hawarden, la, a bower of gold notes REPORT KIDNAPING mOBt important specific factor ln this belief is his conviction that tne deftaltely over. namn ronvlnced also that the ___ return-; are liable tomb, tie house of to rivil or rrlminal llabilltj- under Mitchell in the residence section of the new Bond Hill late last nignt. Homes ___________. jpcre shaken in the neiRhborhood and poratirm Securities are the two MWfM TO tVi the roar heard tlght "mpanles of the Inwll HllLf'K lO JlU miles away. utility and Cor- _. QF BABY FROM CRIB bonus will be Murray.; He new tax Mil will 'be passed soon and will not seriously affect business Balancing of the federal budget tbe major political party it BUbott Publin utility structure. PTLE MAY 11 AS -FOR-TAX" lork April 1C Plan- drn.v.r.it tn Major Jamcn J Walker mierns mav li tltii-nrfd TDOTiIK! Mitchell, his and sister Miss I Mury Of Hamilton left Berlin April le Hitler filed houie abtut fan hours the a complaint In supreme court today 1 challenging constitutionality of thr flcverrirtienT s emergency by which Hitler s storm tronps were earsded .iii.fi.heti of Nazi vo'uth orKanlXations lu Ber- lin Ho applied for an injunction San Dleuo Cal.f April IB-Robert TW17 Ifffl" Neither suit charged that the af- Rice. >rar' old. kidnaped JDlljLtl ItlJCi IVIJLF of the companies is insolvent last nleht from his cril> in the home Bo'h flalmed that the propertj and of grandparent t Mr and Mrs E wts mruld W tufflclent to meet H Dyer The nrreen of a window under ordinary conditions to Kaln entranre The child AUTHOR IS DEAD In a prepared statement Bishop Cannon said- "I agree with him (Oov. Byrd) in declared opposition to any ref- endum not conducted under law of tbe land. I agree with him m hto declared opposition M any plan that I will permit the people of a particular 'state to rote that oat of tbe {control of constitution of i United states white other re- main under constitution is a Hat rejection of tbe plan I with thr f r T 1----- applied TOT an injunction RfTPTlIfT n he carried 13 speckled home rmtraluinc the cf A.MliN KdriJKl Mitchell H.d he the liShU OPPOSES NEW PLAN hi left the Pn- PAVIKr1 BONITS KA-.ii.Ufui. 16 Owen O Yo me financier, today Representative IVniOTat nt Ti-tv opposition to the a- and MM wlUi Wirt -f On i The father offl- on flinched by Dyer wal-ch for fathe' niRnt aft- houn' snglmg the evate of .'ornier Senator Oeorge t n p mavor nrldlt'rnal urn.ie at apt; mxtrr.atelv O nnrt he belleveri it woulrt work to Inir.- of thi in hwt for the oprnlng trout In the state ion. Bfwten Wuerttem- hrt Heve from s'l.r' military suprrrae court s ,____._, plan for prmtlne more than the h RECORDS MISSING UOOOOCfeOCO in rurrerr-y w pa-. to_ke. the Dvfr thfrn. hart been neai T -.-yri'lY and Burns, who was best known for his sagt. "Billy the Kid." and other stories of the old southwest, led an jutl.e ai.d ad venturous life sol- dier, sailor war correspondent and author. of before of the constitution O. Apr.l for UDJA' Tia- ii i-i i SHV what coiirw, il von BODY IS FOUND Akrcr, o April IB charred re-' mii.ru a man, tentatively Identified' M one hmj complained several i riaya that life had been! threatened, nere dragged from the mirninit ruins of a. today. A revol'er rrmtalnlntt ftvir txfiK 'ounrt in tlir dvir? rf IIP linuw wlUCB Jl M M TATWOC. V i f Mil. 1 T-WIT-VI IS NAMED KEYNOTER feln H w.th other or. the olf IK I nltrd ornstor I. 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