May 5, 1924
iii an Major h e the to v e not been heard miles n n d e plane bo saw SHEET METAL MEN HONOR SLAIN LEADER J, Cleveland, 0., May 5. All union sheet metal shops in the city were closed today, Tylule their employes phmned fo attend this Afternoon the funeral of Joseph K. Neater, 60, business agent of the Cleveland local of t h e hcel Metal Workers' Union wlto died J*VrMay from injuries receiver] ,Wednesday night when the union's antoniobile was blown up, flcnorcling lo police, by nitroglyccrin plawlpd in it by enemies of WMlinni M. Q'Bnen, in- ternatioiial viflc-president. Â· 0*J3ricn, maimerl- Cor life, is recov- ering in a local.hospital from injuries' received ih Iho explosion. " Kiglit mcmltcr.s oC tlie in!cnmtion M/oxccutLvG hoard oE Hio organixa tion cfitnc Iicre for tlie funeral They have offered $5,000 reward Uie avrcst and conviction oÂ£ those responsil)lo lor (lie explosion, which also resulted in six of her persons being injured. Thjs brings the tola! rewnnl lo d a t f t to $(i,000, the erhootl of Kailroad. Trni,ninen hav iiipf offered $1,000 Kalurclflj'. Tho explosion remained ns ii'iucl: oi! Fi ; mystery e a r l y ^ t o c l n y the night it occurred.