Clipped From Hamilton Evening Journal
the north- still a time. 50 of attached to the to three inches. JOYRIDE COMES TO AN END V As Covington Policeman Arrests Three Akron Youths Covingfon. Ky,, May 13 (IP).-Plans of three Akron youths to reach Florida in a stolen automobile were wrecked last 'night when they stopped at Covington, and asked Patrolman John Curtain, to direct them to the Dixie highway. After dmitting they had stolen the-auto- oobila at Akron Monday night, the Â·onths registered us George Toinay, .8, Alex. Ciriack, 17, and Lyle Dads, 15, all of Akron. They told icc they stole license plates from another car. In the Â«Â«r was round a box aiuing a quantityeof candy, chew- ug gum, eig/irs and soda water as Â·ell as three flashlights. The youths asserted they spent 'nesdn-y night in Columbus and nmo to Cincinnati today. Becoui- ng confused they drove several lours before seeking assistance in ocating Ihe highway. Police said the youths - probably vould be sent back to Akron to nswer a charge of having a stolen iiitomobile in their possession. .