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tSDAY, APRIL 10, 193U
riiir nniiIrn ADMCUNI
TED STATES LIGHT CRUISER GIVEN FINAL " ' MrrISSN YOUTH! ROIGPf
GROIN RIRTOTSTS ON MAINE COAST L1 (IL UASU DLSVEACFLRVL
A Detectives Hire' " Gangsters to - Hatred Against British Nation
Plant Explosives in Spreads Am ong Gandhi's
6Hi-Jacker's Car. Men.
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1FIVE KILLED BY BOMBS
(Bly .Ass RCi.Cd Press)
MARION. In. April 9-A ruse
Swhereby Cincinnati detectives "hir-
....................................................~.. .d" three members of an alleged
Chicago bomibing ring to plant ex-
.. .....* ,y, plesives in a hi-jacker's automo-
bile led to their being. lodged . in
,. ~Grant County jail today char ged1
* 1 with three bombings which took
five lives in Marion labor circles in
,;.;:.., the past six months.
The ,trio, arrested after receiving
+' -smarked money from an informant,
who conducted negotiations for the
job, gave their names as Peter
Knieciak, 35, Harry Danford, 2,
and Joe Beckett, 25, all of Chicago.
In addition, a ,sheriff's posse in
raid at Elwood, Ind., arrested Duke
' Humphing, 38, and Mabon Humph-
:_>:::::>in, 24, said by police to have ar-
" ranged for the bombings with the
Assocate; ess1.Photo Chicago men and with a gang. at
INewport, Ky. Brought to the Jail
ts final grooming at Charleston navy here, the brothers denied any con-
run off along the Maine coast. nection.
-- - All five men were held without
HOOI QO S TO BE HELD bond on. charges of conspiracy to
I comitmurder. Police also arrest-
V'MEXICO THIS YEAR, ed for questioning Mrs. Ermna
- ~Legos, widow of Andrew Legos., Vic-'
IIof Mexico and the other a six week. timo of one of thne bombings, but re-I
coure onMexian hstorfused to indicate her possible im-
couse n Mxicn hstoy, govern- plication.
ment, and education.. The third The three Chicago men, police
school, located at Rio de Janeiro, revealed, were enticed here by .the
_will offer classes in history, litera- informant, who offered them $350
1ture, and languages, which will last t obah- ce' uooie
fo7 onh Alter he paid them in, marked bils
for amonth they were arrested. The informgnt
The Institute of Foreign Educa- !said, Danford told him the, gang
tion hopes to encourage the attend-'j carried out the bomhbing of . the
ing of colleges in South America by State theatre at Hammond, Ind.,
Imeans of these summer classes, two years ago.
s (Ely As'ocjatcd i'r gss)
SURAT, BOMBAY , India, April 9.
- Moving to a new battlefroiit:
i f I Mahatma Gandhi preached hris
doctrine of civil disobedience and
Ipassive resistance to British d tlh-
ority today at Bhimrad.
.: Villagers, volunteers, and visi-
tors from. Surat, amid shouts of
"long live Gandhi," followed the
Nationalist leader onto lands inun-
dated by the tides and collected
salt in violation of the British
monopoly. Each~ took a small
quantity of salt from the .marshy
Associated Press Photo i land.
S= Robert Emmet Boyle,I A striking feature of the dem-
Former Fordham university stu- onstration was a chorus which sang
dent, who disappeared in December,j seditious songs. Gandhi's journey
1928, was identified as a cab driver here was by train. He was accom-
in Vicksburg, Miss. He is the son' panied by his son, Manilal Gandhi.
of Dr. Patrick Boyle, Glen Falls, The revolt against the British
INew York. law appears to be gaining mnomren-
tumn daily. Reports from various.
Compul sory Gym Work 1 parts of Gujerat indicated that
Held Illegal by Board many Indian women 'are taking
part in the demonstrations.
The United States navy's light cruiser, -Nothampton, is- receiving i
yard, Boston, before being tested for seaworthiness. The teats ill ber
C^HAIRMAN VPHOLD51 O5M E tCANSIIF
Students Encouraiged to Attend
_____ Study Session of Latin
Radio Commission's Ruling Does' n atvIulue
Not Mean That State Must I Encouraging United States stu-
Lose License.I dents to attend schools in Latin
America, the Institute of Foreign
(BY &Associated. TPess) Education located in New York .City
WASHIGNTON, April 9.--The has announced three sun-nwr
schools to be held in that part of
federal radio commission's rulingI the world, ,where Americans may
restricting licenses for police radio learn something of the history, cul-
service to "municipally :controlled ture, and, language of their south-
stations" does not mean that state 1ern neighbors.
owned stations can not have li-. Two of these schools are to be
censes. held in Mexico City, one being a
This was explained Tuesday night three week course on the problems
k (BY Associated Press)
DETROIT, April 9-Forcing pub-
lic school children to attend gym-
nasiUin or swimming classes is il-
legal, Corporation Counsel Clarence
E. Wilcox said in a ruling made on
Tuesday at the request of Edward
H. Williams, member of the board
Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying
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