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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1932, Zanesville, Ohio Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL NO. 3C2 SATURDAY APRIL THREE CENTS BANDIT WANTED FOR MURDER OF DETECTIVE OT GUILTY PLEAS PREDOMINATE WHEN ALLEGED COURT Man Held rith Companion For veal Theater Holdup Clock Fixes Time of Blatt id young h highway robbery here in con- n of two local theater men here ight and wanted for murder jr. ind. police detective at Oak Will fight extradition for lys and then accompany Illinois rules back to that state to de- against murder ling to a statement given to a reporter at ley and Ross 48, arrested by Newark police riday night after had fled this city in their Hudson sedan Ing the daring of rd J at Brown Theatrical airy manager of Imperial r. at Fifth and Main streets as the day's and Im- slightly more than In an night at First Trust aad Savings All but of the three bags in the rear of the auto- mobile which they were A check was made on the returned funds today by H general manager of Brown Theatrical found IB Copley arraigned on a charge of highway robbery before Municipal Judge William Saturday pleaded not and waived Bond set at which Copley unable to Dano was not but I highway robbery charge will be filed against him today and he will be arraigned here probably Police Detectives Milt and Ray Warner questioned the prisoners Saturday morning and obtained a confession fro m the two that they tbe 3M1SING CAREER YOUNG WRITER BY DEATH Hastings for a ler of years was connected with Publishing died B home of his Mr. and William D. 512 North Sixth at 1 SO o'clock Death followed a 33rd Copley also admitted that he In the attempted robbery of the bank in Athens county some time ago and that he and a Charles now in fired shots one of which struck snd injured the ens authorities are here day to interview 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 an H. Apr. flare lighted early today at the home of Col. Chatles A. atop Bourland Illuminated the countryside for and lead observers to believe It a signal having a significant bearing On forts to return the kidnaped son State police at Trenton eald that state trooper stationed at the Lindbergh home had found the flare It was described as being an old a trooper de- to test so shortly after night he took it Into the and lighted It An aviation expert at Hopewell said the flare was of the designed for parachute landings at ing from to Re 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 which was made more conspicuous by the elevation of the Lindbergh j I Newspapermen watching beyond I the deadline set up by the Mew state police reported no planes could be heard but one O state liave lixes the tune of Clote Call in Riot to He told officers the men who at- theater a few mysterious blast at 3 42 p m clock had been from the wall and found by Assistant Fire chief Clarence shown after ln a might been waiting m April 10. He was a late of Barnesville high school le class of 1918. attended Ohio in and later hio Wesleyan where he studied music He came to where he be- for The Times Re- and did special writing for for a firemen fought a three-hour blaze following the Eight i An airplane bearing number men were hurt in bleat that damage to flying low oVer th. nearly a and of more than usual activity at the 250 More Militiamen Will Help Enforce Sheriff S Two Already Dead in Field Among the late was a Maurice WOoster when he led deputies In with striking coal with the auto he using at the Sheriff Wooster was Ing on the running board when tired from the tered the windshield and window beside head as later by cers during the but INCREASE GUARD IN CADIZ MINE REGION 14 Charged One Confession of Out of Panel of Twenty-six April grand Judge C. F. tt court ef com- mon Saturday and m save pleaded not guilty to Fourteen ly Implicated in stuck ers at Coal on April MM guilty In VM and to in court Saturday tie right to appear Monday for They are charged with riotous David named In too In- alleging pointing at a tol and carrying cancelled pleaded guilty to the given a suspended warned Bay to refrain from drinking for a period of two and Sunday He was I killed In a raid in his work but was elled by falling health to leave coition and go west When he Copley and Dano became at Jotlet about two weeks ago the latter man accompanied him to Columbus where they have been living Tte dapper young man told a re- porter today that he was wanted for the shooting of Police Detective James who was shot and on an apartment house In Oak 111., exclusive re- suburb of He said that he and a. gang resided there BLAME ACCUMULATED GAS FOR EXPLOSION Most Probable Theory Temporarily State Will Continue Its Investigation the period of time during which the court holds small coupe carrying two April Co. will be moved plates on the car were Frank Henderson today an- with One of the occupants resembled Dr. John F. he was the ber of state troops in Harrison ty's troubled mine strike area by ad- the coupe of 260 girl who Identified herself as Greta The move was Henderson lot he returned to Officer Kelly was shot during a in where he had raid on the Officer Kelly and for some Hunt was a talented young being a writer of and since tie has been he had an sending it to friends eal While in this le took a part In different performances aad was n to the younger set other police from Oary trailed them to Oak Park after a series of ups in Ind. He told this morning when Informed that he to be taken to be too bad for Illinois authorities were reported to today to return there for He will not be April n RES the explosion which wrecked office according to a final report prepared today by F. B. technical ical engineer for the DuPont com- on tation of the said definitely the blast was not caused TNT or It could only i 38, of a r of the colonel's was that Joseph c. i in an effort to prevent possible Iocs of life In an uprising and after a troopers who telephoned personal tour convinced him would assume ithe nome OnJ military establishment i to enter Her visit inadequate into the There are MO and men on duty at Sheriff Maurice Wooster In a proclamation stated that a con- dition of lawlessness Inter- fering with peaceful travel upon country highways and the domestic tbe and business rights of It forbade more than three people from holds jurisdiction In Wilbur F. charged In an in- several ago with pleaded guilty to but sentence to the tiary was suspended when bond was furnished to insure payment of port Those who entered not guilty Roy Loren Ar- chie Charles Jim Hugh George George Arch Allen Maxwell Charles and These men rith riotous a to tne younger set woere IOT JIB wm am addition to his he here unless obtains a re- have been caused by natural ned by one W. on the Impending murder of the A sister died 35 I Detectives Art aeral services will be held at 1.Laudenslager, Clem Owens and O. W k Monday afternoon in St all of Columbus and s Episcopal stotts and Warner both junal will be in men at length at police this rooming but were unable I to secure dues or identities of connected with several theater I holdups In Columbus and In other I parts of ihe 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 Hilda while enroute to school Is safe and will be re- Tied tonight to her to a telephone call a man made to say seven companions whose operations were widespread over the central United are in They made Cax Park their headquarters until the raid in which the police officer was Del. April 16 old Hilda has been tened with bodily police in what they say was a e girl failed to appear for classes chool Friday and is is has not been seen WANT SHOWDOWN OF MURDERER IN fee April that the explosion which wrecked the as state office building day was caused by gas accumulated In a subterranean chamber virtually was accepted by all investigators at the governor's request to no connection with the Fire Marshal Henry his private opinion that a gas combustion to the building other ex- Martin to Page tives of the Central Detective of drove up to the estate AI They they hud an appointment I Ltl with but when asked their with tne day The blast caused the deaths of eight injury to three score and damage of Si 000 000. The four members of a committee named by Governor White to tain cause of the blast are of the STATE RECORDS SAVE DAUGHTER N. C. April 16. haired Judge John H. Barwood of the North Carolina superior and bis 27-year-old were behind prison bars the daughter speculated in to finance a and the i instance to nature that to discuss them might cause serious injury or death of the In the metropolitan area Condon's activity Col. Henry Lindbergh's legal was at Condon's Bronx throughout some of distinguished father altered to to her from court of his opinion that It uas originating i in it of. records to save her from They were sentenced at the a dramatic court scene late today after they had a that would have Marshal Frank Henry Prosecutor of Franklin Lester High state officials and members of Apr. little British freighter was searched in vain on her arrival here early today for Kerry wanted for in the Lindbergh baby case reports he might I T. April IS 60 Darrow was confronted by tion demands for an immediate down in naming the slayer of Joe when he rose today from a to resume of four accused The murder Interrupted at a that attorneys icr hosiery manufacturer father unced the kidnaping report a rumor rry Jobber and hosiery refused police to his house when they ar- crucial point by the aged attorney's to investigate the supposed was to continue today in a IK And today he declined to conference of Judge rm or deny tne with Harrow newspaper men to 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 lor years associates of Judge I Le aboard 30 customs board of architects and Harwood were gathered in the Wake neth H of court room The Engineering Co. to all of them as a trusted Their decision though riot clerk of the department of was reached after they had threaded aita mnd hid her face In a way the chief as the trial began Her father wrecked building ana had questioned numerous injured workmen in j c mile read the The state prepared to the DuPon Powder co in- The defense made dramatic who agreed that a plea ot guilty the ship for hours before tying themselves the rumors Captain H. M. explained that of his crew of 10 men all but one had been attached to the field for at least eight The other member did not resemble unanimously that The explosives J would be entered Reel the j judge years for- F B. assistant attorney general and a technical chemical I member of a socially prominent state H. C. to the witness superintendent the Columbus were assigned by the DuPont the Request of authorities Coincident with the report explosive Governor He RECEIVERS ASKED OF INSULL UTILITY Companies A. and 145th Co. and MAXWELL STARTS MOVE ON PLAN TO BENEFIT FARMERS Scarcely had George H. expert arrived here from Washington Friday than he launched a project he points will save untold thousands of dollars to Muskingum county There will be no expense con- with his First of Mr Maxwell warned that local residents must not hope for extensive federal aid flood pre- vention work locally during the next His alternative rests in a plan which will call for the cooperation of all rural With the assistance of her of commerce here agencies Interested in drought he wen charged Bond In instance was established at Benadum and Qay charged in two indictments with robbing Dewey dtf and also with driving us auto- mobile without the pleaded not guilty to both Bond covering both was let at Others who entered not guilty pleas William daylight Charles concealed Pearl congregating in place within mile of the mines and called upon citizens to observe it. Strikers responded to tbe drastic order with a sullen which observers feared may flare into lence if the Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. mine at center of the dis- next Tbe mine was closed after one striker had been killed aOMl a score Injured in a pitched battle two days second fatality added when Carol 56. frightened to death after being chased from the Harmon strip mien by a crowd of Four were injured In the same Nygren was one of a crew operating a steam shovel when a mob of 300 strike sympathizers advanced on them crew fled and body found There were no marks of violence snd Coroner John W. Watson of Harrison county said and after Merle Ralph third Spears and May SIX VICTIMS PAINTER IS HELD New April persons wen killed in a mysterious m and other flood and Is prepared to urge upon every fanner a system of cultivation designed to save soil and The consequence will be general crop ing of water drainage and added earth ail necessary for terment of fanning His plan is to wk the alist to adopt a plan of rather than create furrows up and down a The latter system permits drainage and causes a gradual soil loss we to let our fertile fields be washed Into the Mr Maxwell a challenge to act on his tion plan By contour he Chicago April lie Utility founded by e was to her INCOME officer Lieutenant n receded by Thomas H. and Seaman A. O TAXES AVAILABLE charge tears streaming ashen confession id records to save s daughter Judge Thad Bryson followed with a uej White dramatic for The companies which sought Judec W A Devin ef court protection for colleague must serve twelve months liquidation were the Utilities in the Wake jail on a Investment means to follow the curvature of the attempting to keep each furrow on the same as nearly as Water drainage is thus fi at each ridge long enough to permit a portion of the moisture to enter a halted understood Jones snd E J. announced he I Columbus O were not e by the activities of the I until the actual slayer Is brought to Inspect If deral income tax the I hca been granted to the Ohio tax A conviction i Utility Investment and would have disbarred Tile tion Securities Co. sentenced to tuo In The reasons assigned were the ere the m Co. Valley Tarn to Page Two HOOVER LOOKS TO FIVE-DAY WEEK PLAN FOR REVIVAL April Hoover favors general adoption of a five-day working week as a major means of Increasing employment and American on a firm believes the groundwork already has been laid for business advances which can be consolidated and ed by adoption of the five-day Pointing an example to the rest of the the president Is urging establishment of a five-day week In the nation's biggest the federal Be has mane this the cardinal point In mental economy and reorganization It would provide federal jobs for perhaps additional aad at the same time reduce tne total payroll about Mr. Hoover feels that concerns operating full time would do well W follow this As business picks preliminary investigation dered a painter held on charge of The five dead Included four bers of one Mr. and Mrs. i uet Dobromil and their twin Jacob and The other two M succumb were 1. Philip 10-year-old mm of a f ormer Benjamin rho used the ring name led his one daughter and a son to safety tout an- other son and daughter remained be- Police rescued them toot died later In a Police discovered a and other mable materials in a locker the stairway and arrested jamin who admitted to The will be to a grand BISHOP CANNON IS RECEPTIVE TO BYRD REFERENDUM PLAN April southern dry In TOW PATTI up for those now running on today with former 31 he the Byrd's Jefferson Day Mat N Y. 18-Gov demand was aimed chiefly the United Lieutenant whose graphic with of state records In D. prepared until all unemployment I. the jo the In his both the by gang of Island one Men papers and police of whom allegedly was herP has been the only mitigating evidence presidential nomination to the hold that where he will address of recent weeks has been en to state It commission will use then thai he erased Wotted an amendment to constitution to make a tional popular vote upon he Bishop Cannon In an be- Judge Walter be- other daughters and a son has tne only mitigating evidence j The state tnx daughter's crime a rry When Lieutenant Massle Is to tax returns of co i md E WM reported In New on to the stand he Is expected to raid This W charge and will reply to tor the first time What happened last it was believed will nerve to make CINCINNATI January when was evasion of the new tax law a- has come when definite advances I League of his opposition to the of a prohibition plank In eitner of strong are reported tret SHERIFF TO TERM IN Apr Joe Zim ian this away from this ancient 1 building and a bullet fired into or amended returns thus revealing who did made by Ohio Cincinnati I April 20 Taxpayers apparently from Murray definite Kelley's was Darrow fim name the slayer Tve an indeterminate term if Lieutenant Massle is to be one to 10 years in thr Ohio ted to bring the Ala lary on ot certifying raise as the attack on Mrs Thalia rood He waa In cue Massle is into this trial before Judge Roy R trial Darrow's announcement that rt Insanity would be brought up on be nt sentence half of the actual slayer spurred Kel T 10 ley in his t a motion for a new trial in behalf c-f Sheriff Zimmerman John QN OPENING DAY Conn Anr presumably had Connecticut brook trout for breakfast lorj lore confirming Receivership for the Insull Utility BY BOMB Investments asked by Howard challenging him to present a defi O. April 16 -A sult against today was filed for Frank answered neither Smith nor DaUd B a bower of gold notes REPORT KIDNAPING important specific factor ln this belief is his conviction that tne namn also that the are liable tie house of to rivil or under Mitchell in the residence section of the new Bond Hill late last Homes shaken in the and Securities are the two TO tVi the roar heard of the lO miles utility and Cor- QF BABY FROM CRIB bonus will be He new tax Mil will passed soon and will not seriously affect business Balancing of the federal budget tbe major political party it utility MAY 11 AS lork April 1C tn Major J Walker mav li his and sister Miss I Mury Of Hamilton left Berlin April le Hitler filed houie fan hours the a complaint In supreme court today 1 challenging constitutionality of thr s emergency by which Hitler s storm were of Nazi lu lin Ho applied for an injunction San April Neither suit charged that the kidnaped of the companies is insolvent last from his in the home that the and of grandparent t Mr and Mrs E wts W to meet H Dyer The of a window under ordinary conditions to Kaln The child AUTHOR IS DEAD In a prepared statement Bishop Cannon agree with him in declared opposition to any not conducted under law of tbe I agree with him m hto declared opposition M any plan that I will permit the people of a particular to rote that oat of tbe 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 n he carried 13 speckled home the cf Mitchell he the liShU OPPOSES NEW PLAN hi left the BONITS 16 Owen O Yo me today Representative nt opposition to the a- and MM Wirt On i The father on flinched by Dyer for the evate of Senator t n p mavor at O he it work to of thi in hwt for the trout In the state hrt Heve from military court s plan for more than the h RECORDS MISSING in w the hart been T and who was best known for his the and other stories of the old led an ad venturous life sailor war correspondent and of before of the constitution O. for ii i SHV what il von BODY IS FOUND o April IB charred a tentatively M one complained several i that life had nere dragged from the ruins of a. A in tlir rf IIP Jl M M V i f Mil. 1 IS NAMED KEYNOTER feln H other the olf IK I I. J nf named and nf the convention nut Jane nt H nf herp P nf thr in York in March 7 and all Central for of the tie doubted the rro AT treasurer for thow VMM of Al State Ex- tlw manner In thf pending tne house and committee The telegram waa in to one from Young that he believed the of should be In- SPECIALIST DIES UNEMPLOYED WILL RAISE OWN FOOD April 14 Donald F April hundred BIRTHDAY PARTY of Sept 1 ft. for Main 70 482.. r he M-v O. April 18-Or fcr 1927 nan Marrh R 45 Greenville f In the hath i vm i here tlis lie Thf f II irf nhn it In to hurv 1he< the tine man entered s k nn the t the inin who Uteri had hern tor It in today C. 8. The known the Brush been available to the by Mrs Alexander the from tbe farm will M to supply the lodge next winter i men are sheltered and fed m Lodge Taylor eala he wuld 300 men every h and summer M the was noted M a and field RAIN Cloudy with night and in central portions change in
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