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12-YEAR OLD OBJECTIVE OF BRIEF SEARCH Morris Stulberg Had Merely Agreed To Acquaint Man with City Streets City cmd county officers, and n substantial portion of the population of the city of Marshall, were united In a search for what np- pe^ared to be the kidnaper of Morris Stulberg, 12-year-old son ol Mr. and Mrs. Max Stulberg, at noon today, but the boy returned home shortly after 12:00 o'clock, safe and sound. Morris, it developed, had merely accepted the offer of M. E. Alken of Battle Creek of 25 cents to acquaint the latter with the city streets, and had climbed Into the visitor's automobile with that purpose. Mr. Alken represented a Battle Creek collection agency, and brot the boy back to his parents home when he became sufficiently familiar with Marshall streets. Playing With Friend The lad, according to Information received by sheriff's officers, was playing with a .friend, Harold Loweri of 411 west Green street, on the Orary schoolground, west Green street and Kalamazoo avenue, at 9:30 a. m., when the collection agent stopped at the street intersection, and made the offer of 25 cents to become acquainted with the streets. The Incident was not reported to the sheriff's department until 11:30 a. m. John Harther. day turnkey and record clerk, Immediately telephoned state police headquarters at East Lansing, and the apparent abduction was broadcast over the police radio, WRDS, The he ous $80,100,464, fixed the ed valuation, October taxes basis ,ion. to of rate all

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  1. Marshall Evening Chronicle,
  2. 26 Jun 1934, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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