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dead tak- on closely him. proposed an in Russia it Doumer, not vault was trip made the yesterday. Today Confesses To S. F. Robberies Unemployed Mitchell Printer Admits Entering Finance Company Office SIOUX FALLS, May 9--(fP--Joe Jcune- mann, 22-year-old unemployed printer of Mitchell, signed a confession for police this morning and cleared up the detail in an inquiry into robberies of finances companies here on April 13 April 28. Jeunemann, picked up at Mitchell Sunday morning at the request of Chief Police Guy E. Geelan, admitted that had assisted George V. Case, now hole in St Paul, in a $1,000 robbery of Finance Service company April 13. Earlier in tha day police received word that three youths held in Toledo, O., had made a full confession in the holdup of the Public Finance company late in pril. They implicated Marie Hames, alias Marie Kosek, who was arrested in Milwaukee Saturday. Trio Is Returned Word that John Newman, Jr., Majewski and Andy Dako, alias Joe Barrel, had admitted the Public Finance firm stickup came in a wire from Gratton Toohey, assistant chief of police, went to Toledo late Friday to return trio here. The youth waived extradition and are on their way back to Sioux They obtained ?200 in a noon robbery fled to Ohio. Police said late Sunday that Newman, Majewski and Dako possibly were implicated implicated in the $20 holdup of the Hotel April 24. Rope, similar to that used to bind %'ictims in the fim.nce robbery the 28th, was used in this instance to tie Charles Webb, clerk at the Juenemann told questioners at the police station that lie had joined Case get money so he could be married. was nruirried a week ago Tuesday, he said. He sand lie only received J28 of the $250 in cash which the pair obtained. Suggested By S. F. Man The robbery was suggested orignially by a Sioux Falls man unfriendly to J. Campbell, manager of the finance Juenemann said. This man, whose was withheld, was declared to have Case and Juenemann that "th* plac» ought to be good for $1,000," and to described to them the interior of the office, including the location of th* cadi

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 09 May 1932, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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