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 - MURDER TRIALS START NOV; 14 Four 0. S. R....
MURDER TRIALS START NOV; 14 Four 0. S. R. Prisoners Deny Slaying Of Guard Hanger (Continued from Pan 1) charged in a grand jury indictment returned last Saturday with con Veying article into the Ohio State reformatory to aid in escape, will be tried early next eek, the court announced after consultation with Prosecutor G. E. Kalbflelsch and Assistant Prosecutor James V. Wilt, At 11 a.m, the time set for the , arraignment of the four prisoners accused of murder, the courtroom was crowded, and scores of per. sons stood in the corridor, anxious to Ret a look at the prisoners. Mrs. Thompson is at present free under bond of (10,000 furnished by a Hamilton county resident. The claim of Mrs. Thompson that she is the mother of. Williams one of the four Indicted for the murder of Hanger, has been questioned by officials, who claim they have proof that she and Williams are not related. Others arraigned this morning and pleas are as follows: Louis Rones, neglect-to neglect-to neglect-to provide, out on bond; Cleveland Fair, burglary, burglary, guilty; James Dent and Curt Grey, burglary, not guilty; George Pringle, burglary, guilty; Bernlce Frederick and Ralph Frederick, burglary, guilty. Edward Halla, accused of burglary, burglary, Is out on bond, as are James Ruckman and Russell Ramey, al so accused of burglary. Three men have been released, by Sheriff Walter Underwood as a result result Of failure of the grand jury to jeturn indictments against them. They ate: Chester Halla, charged with burglary; Frank Ballard, charged with assault with intent to kill, and Roy Mason, charged with cutting with , intent to wound. in

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  1. News-Journal,
  2. 18 Oct 1932, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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