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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio                             ZANESVILLE PRICE: THRKE CENTS VOL. LVI, No. 23 FINAL ZANESVILLE, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1935 FINAL BLUE EAGLE SPIRIT STILL LIVES IN BUSINESS Deadline Approaches For MAY REPLACE Return of Kidnaped Child Riot Flames at Canton Steel Plant Members Household Embark On Strange Missions; Ransom Must Be Paid Tonight Distraught Mother Tacoms Mav Ts- grew tei M tcdav, the citi 'nterpreted activity around the J P Weyerhaeuser hon e at indicating the family would pay 1200000 ransom 'or thr return of 9 year-old George Wev- erhaeuser before the deadline tonight Retiring afte-- mlclUght the hox.se- nold from which the c rlv-haired lumber hel1- was snatched last Fr was awike ind ntir-lig cgim by dawn John Philip father of the mis. inr lad was nowhere to be seen and was bolkved w th J Rod- TitcoTib uncle of the missing boy and men loned aa probable con- WILL DEDICATE HONORTABLETS World War Veterans to Re- member Comrades At Quiet Ceremony In scenes of ng contract V> the blood-soaked slopes o' ind tho shrapnel torn forect of the Argonne Zanesvlllc vv il cbserve Me morlal Dnv in a q i et man ner in keeping wltvi he olemni'v of the occasion There Is no longer a thin 1 ne o! blue marcn ng to the ic of Me morlal D.IV exercise" Onlv a small handful o' Civil wd- re main and of tJicse but few will be abie to attend the sorv ces which will be held this vear n Memorial off Fmztvsbu-g rood At a 15 o clocK in the afternoon American Leg on Post 29 w 11 conduct ded 11 fo the unve ling of t-vo brorze txpa is I IP Honor Ro'l table i "iou upon the Fountain of Mtm r es at uhe entrance of Memoriil The Honor Roll are four feet h gh and feet s x inches In width Each a. ripacltv for mountlng 4M> and each jrSr muar serv-icx, wu be it-Id, wnich 1 be added to tablets the mmes of "World -erais who have died dun 'he preceding months E e tuil It-" -nemoria will contain fie I o' 2 OCX? men who pd in e World war from Muskirg-iiTii PCA Fol ow ir; s i i r -i f n -s dav oor by En ncn cr St Jn Episcopal chisel a i rnfmbei   on the eve of the deadllre set for payment of the ransom wai regarded as s g- nifleant If the I2OO GOO wis rot pild on t me was threatened to George by thf k d iiper EgoLst de scribed tcdav bv Dr Hurj R Hoff man Chicago psychiatrist as def inite y homlc clal if trapped Indicative of the tenseness in this rumor f led Puget Sourd cltv WHS a call that stnt the police riving squadron to Ru abandoned R mile south of the. We man s on early todav They had received a report SOIP one perhaps tie kidnap vict m WD pounding on the wn la in a despe-itp effort to escape Eirtit off cers forced their w-a) Into thf build ig fc lowed tho sound of thudding t to th thLd sturv., where found a window barging in 1 e w nd It was Just ore of mn-y n g-t alarms increas as the fn payment of the ransom drew The deadline for pavment of the Is 6 IS o cluck tonight Reidness of tne p irents to n tt the d ma id w 13 shDAn n thei- re ply to abdj toi5 tn tne p soiial coiumi s of a SL itt e i V, e are ready Percy Minnie That brief ad the f gnal directed by Egoist Eecut in his kidnap let ter-appeared todav in the So ntMc Pnat-Tntoll genccr FLU bfc.na of cirmii cition between the pare ts and the abcluc tors wis i Lrntlnued blzirrp s grnli from torch ptn umbrc a sheet swci la on o' a new tt L phone 11 tl e- mnulo- A 'h -ir ji bt CODE RULINGS BY AMENDMENT Constitutional Change Would Permit Labor Regulation SAYS REDFERN IS STILL LIVING Kton May 9 teinpt to pasa a conititutlonal amend- ment endowing the federal govern- ment with power to regulate labor conditions in induatrj of state lines was Beriously considered today i h gh hew Deal circles as (result of the supreme court decision nrmsh ng ".RA This pioposal was studied as a long- range program with pointing to an effort to set up voluntary code structure to replace the wreckage of NRA temporally New Deal advisers were believed to looking to a pronouncement by Rexxvvelt to give a to the New Deal s course Though there were no indication! that the president has made up his mind, It vvaa si d that decisions to be made latf in the week would be by pubLc A new worry hovering in the for some weeks came to the fore to beset the administration as the United Mine Workers predict- ed that the national bituminous coal strike the union is planning for June 17 would affect 45OOOO work- ers Negotiations for a new wage contract collapsed yesterday Ob- servers believed the White Housf might step into the situation before the deadline With the New legislative pro- gram still v rtually halted b> the impact of the supreme court blow Hicr I nrenortpd Vor Nearly incoming dispatcher rnt-r l nieporita rui retx3rting many buslnew and Said to Be in Jungle Pirimfl Mav 2fl T i" i i b aLLOa na rik, Red f ni a lit or v ho d sap- i-f tri u Kht jci s apo 1 ing as a i n the 1un2 e o' i Ga TV re eu lj bj I m T e if ra 3 i Ot n an-born nn r t d he 1 ved for l ires unl ii 'h KPc v n wh le on a 'rotn L Jii wick Ga to Rao De Janel-o PochL prcv o Ij h-xd j ci -itjiv to James L P A L fc iPre Ix c a V. c 1 t Lnr o fcr to cl i rr CJP i o ri e "ut In in Iia 11 v k r f r n zitiui many industrial leaders were calling for s voluntary of NRA horns and fair trade practices Though there outbreak ol priLP-cutti-ig n some Hew Yolk and Boetcn stores National Assocla tloa of Mau of actruers announced that 2CO of the nation largest manu- had pledged themselves to ri kt no in mediate changes in hours v gen or working conditions Earlier Hi per Siblev president of the cham cf cot imerce of the United E'ales had expressed confidence j this -will be tfre policy of Ameru-an bua ness the New Deal proposed AAA imcidmerts back m com- mittee for overhauling some officials A moment a'ter the truck in the tcp photo out of the Berger Manufac.tu'-lng Co p ant in Can en O bearing company police a strike riot broke out and be-fore quiet was restc-ed neirly a scrre of per sens had b "n wounded Charges that the guards cptned fire on the crowd denied bj comi iny Oilir who rl tie special police were armed onlv with tear seized cne of t e cfcs used to trans- port nonunion work-rs n to the steel plant soaked It gasoline, ana tet it ablaze shoui belcv. THREATEN SPREAD REPUBLIC STRIKE Canton O strike at the The Berger Mm n h hir brouzh rcrth i uprebted auxlety that the si preme m xture nf ou ts aH tucle as expressed in the. Turn to 1'ime Two PCX, le irpcl V ii a d Rrd'e n crl ril da e 11 File Appeal To Free i Reporter From Jail New Ycrk Mi> 2" Uc toriejs fut- Martin Moo r "o trr who be- gan a 30 clnv Jul se itpnce for contempt of cor purred to frro him todiv vv th 11 ij peal Mooncy viJi 'incd aid scr toncrd to Jill fn- refu'i ig to d vulge names of tra msters he nuotcd nnrnv not slv ii ipvsi.pci articles about tje -vork pollrv rackPt Sup'-eme T s Jol n F Circw ruled bv Infe- -co n dpnvi c a -v-rf of ric-pi-- prrups asa nst Mooi ej s L )nU-ntlon thn r P Justified Ii hln stai n bv LOmrion law clained IP ex- emption gru'ed a ph s 11 in re- lation to a pitlent and i prlost to a JOHNSONCASE UP TO LAMS C'rveland Miy lert Alva Bradlev of tne Cl( p uri r-iv bj 1 rl ib said todav t in f K "c iw M Lnnflis ba that e h.amtr' h cl 01 mar win was h me in tip ght in his d sputc v. Mi tor join on the BU T-i n vv 11 be t irouch mnage- r' e In- d ins Bi-idlpv who met w Kam n terctav sa d Kn n-n 1 Jol r or would meet tl- cTmml s one- at 1 5 Ch ca.ro home The c i b vi cl he askec1 Kam-n whether he vvca d 1 Lnici to rev ew cnso prd tne plave-TP piled Icxs Bradli v Mil IP t n.n remirked F -r I e s. r or ca e he should hvndle We h i k hi-n To hca-ing Bradlev sa d lip w a.s i-n r-r ho heard Kamm s cle pf t p That a whit tiie juc't? i cci 'or vild It Isn t i ca'e o' wl c c I am to dodct, iny i. t I tx eve that when a manage- is i- volved on the one E de i man who has hid whoJehcartccT backiig o' his cmp overs anJ a star playc- 1 ke Kamm on the other htghes ccnort in bcisrcn1! should dec do wl o Is in the r'ght Lrcidie> was asked what acton he would take n chciild rule- thiu Jo rson woi g There 15 or] do he TTDlleri h PCI 1 P I 1 1 Of In a ol -i e d Her1 n j rp uin "Pie Amer cm oen 1'lpr1 h R dfci i HothL K'-bt a cl the r rc mr incec of thL vi it 1 _s f tten pled n o IV1 J TP r3 'BILLY' IRELAND DIES SUDDENLY Colu-noiii o May 29 4 W A Bil j I L i id Ken al cartoon fol t in Cn -nbiis Dispatch d   He wns which were reorodured rewtpapers mg him RL pihcl or e 1 tl 1 rcci led n d he c PP r of Pr I ll v 1 ci 1 t c i rkcd n ic PI e ii i s R 1 t id RP-T r l cl c t I 1 err I rn s pline i s leriil ipfo the h m i he Dl o- n t :X-L wv ere F ch ill THl of c1 O trifr- ed i t l C p L a P hPr-t ''c rr n lllGlLi n fp-v The 1111 c ca vol i ircd to 1 cl i p v b- n? Rcdfc-r1 cu of the J i tie 'he Li 1 ed St COVCTP1P1 1 1 0- PS -VOUlrl the td LT thn rvpnt Land Kamm s r 5ht and Attorr cv D C Mun-i 'aid he submit an t> the ap pclTtc division rv-H Will Rogers Sayi Hollywood Cil Ma 21 iv 'CT tr-e old Iti tioi wirt1; to ser thit old artv led ar-riv B it wouldn t 'hi-s a-nrnc to be hr pfuP >Vhei coif.rcss rwvws x I-1 a p-fsldcnt excrprt nis aith-> v hive person rot 'v Mijr-rn f c-i what a'ld ppt them to P'fm "e the mrc1 re ait 'tn If its po 01 >v'n-r givrl to pTIPnts IP i thn f ICTI Th_s aire dnicn wo 1 mke 'he supreme coi rt a prcven i e and nof an autoprv Jt rv 10URS ore thiis I coulo qnd would iv to Johnson and h re 3. new rrsnager He sa_d he d be eo prncd er tire'v by the Land Is ri'c Relief Rolls Reduced By Private Industry Columb u O Mav- M TT ch P' .n the iction o' COO clien's from Or- o s roll du-lrp April wss cnplovmpii pro v ded bv irdu" -v. C r fc il mir 'ede-il rnl ef 'ri or for thn sta'e repo'ted tcdi Of th" 1" 472 rel ef c PS losfx i c1 irmg -he mon'h 8 4 T or 4Q ct nt re clved enij 1 )i ment n p v Ird rr Names of 1 vvc-t 'rom trr- 1 s s were able milce i live 'r 11 pnrt time jobs T rf f rure-, were spcl 01 t ties from Clirk Cuv ci i Himilton I c ri counties I r-an M cl During Maxell 3" per cent o' hose removed firm relief Us s pilvnte InditSLriPs Ic ddcd Tlic ndmln s-> d t ic i -nbcr pf i recc ng rcll'1' v ci Id have f CPR great v d i l f 13 ne v ci c. 1 i I i u. Ix'ci r jior e i or icopci i Colossal Opening For California Exposition Srin D CSP Cii Jp Call'fnas Pic p l-> p oia 01 was gl en i c LS il opp -g IP-C xla, w h r 1 'an c uipt r- ird i r' i Hoi vvcxxl p em "c The exp s 01 wh ch cc, r> r-i ith HH ii I d As the jan tor of a full page in the Sunday Dispatch Irelard ga e fu 1 piny to h 3 unusua humjr He the page with a shamrock and drew a reaemb ancr ol his own sto white-haired f gure the Janitor of thr poge kncwn UK The Pacing Show His anru Hi tours to parts of the nation were illustrateJ Ii 1 in the page Born in Ch A' he often brought from that cl v into his drawings Alwats he give en phasiB of his love erf thr out ef door" Tho suddenress of h s death shock ed the, comunltv He had been In usual hiunti earlj in the week Jok i-g and discus.slig fishing t-lps h It ids City ard state officials 1 t suddrn death was him I-j Major Henry Worlrv B 'hop James J Hartley and L AA fat Joh" athletic di'ector of Ohio S Jitfl unl erslty amoni; others Irelird wts a member of the ftcioto To i" T ciub here the Columbu.s V) c club and the He was a r and a Rotarlan He mem o' Sr Pauls Episcopal church Tt f widow Mrs .Florence Sftvre I-cldnd aid two daughters Ruth Be'tV surlve Compromise Verdict In DouWe Slaying May o elm i, Cal 'o -11 be'r e i was uro w I j c cxe lio I5ircls ea'es o' Its bciu u B boa 1 actu 1 ing Funds 'jects a.ic T IP g F 01 A- A irn Prcs in cc 1 R.IC- t ve t 11 pd -e- pa s ox p rr 1 ar 11 hit c jlf cl New "V. ork IjCia Ste unc z, Aposta'e Jew wns f uid guiltv toda} rst, degree man -laugh rr for the killing of his 17 vpir nlcl trldr Ru'h whom he fourd n a roo-n Re. JosepH o' t J loo a Ca ho'lc I 30C Tlie VP cMct was bol evd to be a The -tan hnd not isked to a f degree m trde- nor hsd i. p ir e-cind killing rrc chirg d nga the voung rtivlrlty st at of he who reco urder e voj'h s ba-rage o< pKtol j ,ptmpni. S( cd to p J- de tbe-a ed n hpi rs de-, chlpf In tie i t nr t and e-iot-jUii slugs th dte i d t spread thro l of Rep I )lip S eel s Oh o ai t.s to da Three persons f.r-t torn Mlncinfl hv gis p he-1 I1- c- ed lacernt n Ida It i vs burned ibcut ft b h plc-M cf a gis bpi-b Ii list n kh 1 not ier cr tl p ex trursts iea the plan The fi e AH" t eat d at a h piti A dozv'n or more o hP- per i were effected bv th  companv i r S 1 A and o h i p S-M wpre shot vpst ci iv t id a c 01 j pt is wet" injured Morcli Lr ?ii Uidprs s.ild todiv tha a 4 CM) c wor ers I--P i v idle ns a result of the strike at h" pompnnj a Rppub Ic a 1 i P c iv ui ion en pk PS f thD t n ted Alloy d v sin rf pu i walked Jit i. id vere llo-v of thp emplo e s of the i furnace south ol Cai on L n f tin i so c i ed i p_ cf 1 500 coir-IP e o' P Ro ling M 11 rii s j i J For hite Collar" Jobs p o ed pro'e? cr 1 and clerical -vo-k wPUlci t" put to Aori- nh ng Inrc tix rc a d 1 HP r-- lie ing vn cl be t vpn con structlcn a ?rm i- states -under wrrk rp lef pub c tod Formal rr ilipsts f l-ds OP V L' wr Y rcll0f drolk? lions anno 1 ip il dlvi'loii n' thp PIP coui 1 Wli le fil more oil poi r ed m fro i fcdm c. ITL i j- Kht to me t ic i er POWERFUL BLAST WRECKS BUILDING NeJi Ma, 29 ,F p1 o- bu-ied and c-r t more vcro Irj t xiav i pTplns on of ui ct et n ind c gl den ol shed a t ir p torv' rr ck 1 i d ng on Major Industries Standing By Present Work Standards Despite Rulings Of Court Canvass Shows Blue Eagle's Spirit Still Fluttering in Industrial Centers Chicago Msv 01 wage cuttii g or am fen- thousands r-f American employes to eral charges n workrg hoar-> day received reassuring answer of no' to tho question foiemOit In their minds mill our hours nrid be disturbed b> the supreme courts NRA decision0 From the country s far flung in- dustrial front repoorts which pourtd Into this crossroads of the nation indicated numerous large in- dustries mere utandlng bv their ent standards of hours and wages despite the high court ruling thnt legally the Blue Eagle was a-i dead as the dodo bird Concurrent with these assurances rame- warnings from industrial lead- ers that hasty price cutting might lead to a demoralization of business Evldei oe that such a danger existed came from New Yerrk where soirp dealers slashed prices of popular brands of cigarettes by about two cents a packngr price cutt ng also was seen in the toilet goods liquor end book fields The report that the Blue Eagle t spirit la still fluttering came from widely separated Industrial They included statements to this ef Mt.au vhur scne gcxxl came ttf tl f empovs o' tiro large oil com- panics i fnrTn of wage inc urvt-rieits made or contempla- ted I clewi'cr Oil company Droved a generLil vafie Increase oC flvr p--- pcit effept e June 1 while the O c mpin> of New Jeisev s-- d a -n lar increase bait been pr >po. 1 to operating 'QUINS' DOCTOR HAS BIRTHDAY Dr. Dafoe Celebrates; of Children Left Out of Picture the William Wriglev Jr Co g ,m Calircp- (5- Miv A an R Di'oe w as smothered under a" a nlirphe o' congratulatiouJ frotn all u T ca todav its he observiyl 1 s 5-cnrt h r irtav nnniversary manufacturers John McKinley prei I d a LPr In Diorne cipmtuplevj td first lo Ol i D onne accl Dlonne-. Ident of the Marshall Field A. Co th9 Irternc'lonal Asaociation of Blue Print and mlled industrle-s the Chn s ler Motor Car (A. tl-e Mereh-t the "u ntup et pftICnU' sent gr e igs coi vv rei addrCF -d to tip qii n'upiets but most rf the that t jed to po ir n were directed tc> Dr Difa who de vered the quln- tl-e Retell Mer antf asosciatlon of San FrancLsco and1 many others From Clara B Mapes secretT-y of the Mid-Cont neutal Oil Gai association csme the opinion that he Imagined tl e entire code set up wl 1 hold together awaiting further eg tuple 3 be' -e thr sunr.se of May 20, islation for the tima being "S" WlilM industrial and business lead Brcadwa> tta's members of the era were tttemrrtlng to leawure thcJ Roosevelt "b ie- and employe, that the NRA standards >1 of fent congratul.- hours and wages would be ons The nirr- included Former erf movements were sti r i d in va Oo ernn- E Smi h o' New rious Mctiorw tn thc.Tork retries Ickes nnd plrlt of the Blue Eagle They In-1-' ths c ibm-t Byrna of cluded the introduction of a resolu- tion 111 the Massachusetts legislature of more and calling upon President Roosevelt to1 Th tflcsraph messenger boys who cndorss a movement begun in t m. made nlmc't i parade to the hotel t 1 1 t V If. it T ar tl i the f 11- A "t; Aeit u Id ni V on f r A t i tl I rS it id 11 ad fcnnsr pr7 che r ch and rn huge 1 broicr n if n the b l i h wa-s located 8t reot a-d n h orks from l n aT1 Ire rrtnt c -e" qui s vedecl to tne p-1" d c1 Tmb i n i -dpr b d rk c'pb-Ls kpp1 it tpnp ea t i hu pvecl ed i rt Convict Train Wrecker On Murder Charge C 1 l" r s O Ml) 29 f A 1 re >p i ei e n O'l j penitent 'j today -IV or V T in na 28 con 1 rst dtg PP murder m t ne w r i s of Us kind In the '1 T n on conv Ln Pd 3c terciav [cllowlng a rn "e A-SS the oily wit 1 h" would 5eek a Tl cf r mn on pleas court 1 o c -PC] as n ji ry and s c. i L n c. P recommended T nl soi had been chargeJ with t e dp i 0' ore of three men who were Hike! In fie wreck c' a Penn pis.seigpr tnln in suburban I ir'ti lis Cec 2fl His i H a b e r I "c c a 1 term i i C T n ponltnMi-. rn a similar CP i let r Brockman 3C in cl c d wlrh TCTI nson rnd L idsov tAi Ing tr al fo- f-st- degree n -co' T n ison rs ed i i h s own be- state two Venn ago bv whlrh m n mum wages and rc a' d mif ters woi Id be established by law In- stead of corien On other tide jf oontlient the Retail Druggist. O l soclatlon of northern Call'orna' telegiaphed the pres dent a.sk rg a 1 prorlamntion ig vo untm 'eccl compliance with the NRA s codca The. C'h cigo beard o' t ade IL where Dr Dlloe ft guest at ciiTp-- givfn bv i Lwspancrmen had no LI TPS calling them to the homes picl in i E1? t i piren s D hid no pert In LP cl ritinn for the qumtup- liruq'i thf mmster of pub- f ire D d Po 1 camr -up fro-m ue referred to them, Dioniic were tue Ct' 1 c Ith D-i CK dlirs miki o' nounced t wou cl con nup to en'orcc rrrto uniform t-ade and mart, i rtqu remen's Omclals of Armour fomranv ChLaeo trs reported the) were awa t ng deveiopmen's out planred no immediate change n wages or WP Icing hoti'-s Thj con- ce n pmp ovs 60  rk in thr United fatatrs F H Ma.seman vice p-esldent o' thr Nat ona Tra compnnj and hcicl of t le food at d grocery cha n America warned against what hi termed i 1 considered act on The announcement of the 'ar reaching decision of the court he said m ght lead o 1- con-sklered action that would cierro business Hasty charges -i prices or of might affect Im. mcs.s aid marine conditions Chain store operators maintaining a far s gh'ed point of vlrw and proceed ng wl n dpi ben tion will ad bus ne i itj -nd preserve, publ P cop'lderpp Rjbert L, Lund o' Et Loui. p'mr man cf the boird o' direct" s o' National A-'-scx; of Mir Tic turers sa cl he d not be leve trv turn v> dps ruct v- co-n- to p-ut clpate and J A V tlm and Dr. of the board of gtiar- Jo ned 'he m ustrr In sperch- fe tiler0 u.as no voice In fr m the otfaw thf tl e parent! don t rorslder an honor to In ted r- pnrr strangers to visit our rhllrlic d Ouva DlonnB in cue of h 5 'P forma The Rovprnraprt has expressed T f as int oub to mol fv the who want their titles for themselves. trir the parent.- steadily more klng ot the cere- bibits were nor- but h- pointed out ri willful Dr sp mon ee said h mil ir e p- wa that their havlnB succmluily ed f rst. veirs did not meari thit all d was passed Charges Importation of Text Books from Russia Ma-v 29 UP Rep J in W M. Co'ria v D Mass chair- m n r' i TPTP- p ciil house corn- r-iif i t ibs to o fi p t t xecuti e orde TPr la-gelt f nil o i to n' Ib O o' P-'C' dc i hv -1 7 fc -oooo I nv-p- r dince ntrtxluccd r il ed so e o' PI d ir the Till of I-nd lrn ird Mc rr i s ei r- f cc no 1 1 Signal Thursday h P 01 p-icp In Ir cbc i cec' MM or 1 i cr v vii 11 T re r K r P T p n c i s i id 1 "IP de v I Lo CL. i lu I but Tht pirlle- i IP i i r n o e-irit s t J n ill v r- riir rv nrt re Ic i Sir i to e tbe-a ed I1) hpi rs de- 'bitig four posMbir and re turne'l 2 05 m l S elnmrL. collipsed when ver I diet was gl er tnd nea- y 'r 1 to the i r our He numped against a si opo t ?nd held erect bv a gu-> d eice w 11 on Ji ne 14 K was Indicated the india- Ticrit chirging him w h the murder of Fit! Cr will be dropped your ve-dlct he ev Nptt slid i upon forma v 1 i he Report Meeting Of Campaign Tonight VAol'-s n '10 Salvation Army c" ve 'cr h IR mrmbershlrjs v 1 U r r f n a at 6 o c oPk th_j evening In t o hi 1 EaTl P-annoi w iriXe Train Goes Through Open Switch; 2 Death Ashland K> May 29 n men were killed a and Ohio freight tra -i weit thrrugh an open twitch near here tcxlaj En glnee- George JJichclao 61 o' Lex ington was th-own from hLs cab his death acamst a bcx c ir and Head Arthur Holder 4f of Rusiell Kv wag scald'd to aeith F 'eman Charleo E Bar) er 44 Lex iigton Kv Jumped from the en r" cab and ur njured Agent H P Lare -vho In test gated sad that A i.ra n had passed over the 12 45 o ciock 'h_r -no-r g Thr wrrrlt crurrrd 3 4O o clock: In the meantlT.e ?A d apparently cot a railroad i u id opened the switch sa d i Ion1 ed like grudge wo-k mi ICP c tTr tcxlav t n if ha be i frr-m pf-v c I'IL vOLr Tor c: idp sphrvl U He s? d h iff di 1 n ml l g i f f thf but that rpct e TCP hit ir hi i t-icu isPd McCorn T-1- is id rp- l L Nazi ard chirgcd 1 is 2 0 CtX) tcxtbcoki i IP red propaganda' rtcd ito fhis country p >r th s %PT M OL n CK said ad a reliabJe" ir irnpcrtltlon hid no di- of the text- in schools rg a favor- u c judiciary I omi p tf i t 1! f rtiddliig rcicT, o o prtnrnv of tip govern- n cit bv fci r c- vlj c ico ri -J of I-' i H u jullLhtd by tho c. ijing house Mc LC v hi o al cf iconics of education All ,1 t Fi L.I sh Proposes Bill For Extending IX RA Principle (UP ct on indus- t 11 1" I alx rl s-xl cml the t- In he 1 M4 y.hl p co nx n; maj be J elvp n en nn and it eid and tc 'u 1 repo-t of "00 c.r Plant Bombed C P c ?nd O Mav The ex rlcs i cf i l-rmb w-c ked the p m of the Blue Plb on Pieknge Fur1 C is implv supported her- i> wl h dimgp cd Judge Chirlcs CJfcy Pers den' V. 1 an Newton a rrcrl ing And 14 Ooo NPWIQI SA d h belir -j l s lrn kd bv fcp re- }f o w II iXr n o ion jour rccommenduion lor mercj rcfusnl i mo -ith tc jr n a ace opened i gt" Tl o ic 1C) PS K -o p rl in Tht rr w 11 con n e v ouph fTlcli> rciort mnenrF-cU eveniga floclock M -p thin w i the d e t n Cirl F ovvcrs general chi rmi irr snl p i g evr-j home nr s net i-nhi" ill con PP i n t IP ol v UK rc ipport the lit bauition Army. 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