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figures officials pub- ** .^*A*m^aj*i v » ATLANTA FED Bible Bill in Ohio House, Endorsed by Ku Klux Again Threatens Battle -w-^-Wv^^-w-w ~^~^v_^_-^-j-^". ,^^rf~w-^---~- *-" WARDEN OF j of j i PEN RESIGNS Mr*. Mabel Walker Willebrandt Wins Feud with Borah over Spy System Canal Fulton Man Pleads for Passage in Behalf of Klan; W. C. T. U. Leader Speaks COLUMBUS. O.. March 15.--Endorsed as a Ku Klux Klan and known to have the support the Ohio W. C. T. U. the Bible making the reading of the Bible the public schools of the Buckeye state mandatory, today was causing intense feeling to sweep Ohio. | At a meeting of the house WASHINGTON. March 15. -- The , cornm ittee late yesterday, J. H. E. i as warden of tne \ Penitenuarj been r j , ~ r federal passage of th biu saylng he - indicated today of justice. sented at the department coun t y three organization of in the state. When asked ' what they were, Moxley with a The intervention of Senator Wil- fiar.t gesture, said "The Junior Logan Borah (R). of Idaho, in be- of the United American Mechanics,' menda ' t i on . half of Snook apparently has failed the Daughters of America, Lena Newcom- to compromise the fued between KU Klux Klan." delighted the late Snook and Mrs. Mabel Walker W'J-, .. T wear its badge," he shouted and i ng . Miss assistant attorney general, pomted to the emblem of the Knights j voice quality. | over the use of "undercover" a-sents on his watc h and coat lapel. JDraydon) sur! as spies inside the- Atlanta prison. The department, it was said, will back up Mrs. Willebrandt in the controversy. A representative of the depart- been is last In further support of the which was introduced by 'Rep Weaver. Akron, Rep. B. L. Ashtabula. introduced a letter the local chapter of the Klan at u th Ashtabula endorsing the bill. ln ment told International News Service that the use of "under-cover" Next, Mrs. Mary E. Van Kirk, Co( sandy agents in federal penitentiaries was lurnbus, corresponding secretary |S poiied a "departmental policy" ar.d that the Women's Temperance Mrs. Willebrandt was merely earn'- spoke in favor of the bill, ing it out when she sent a "spy" to she represented the 46,000 the Atlanta penitentiary. Tne agent of the league In Ohio. She said was discovered by Gaston B M^ans. the main reason for the former government detective, who cf the bill by the W. C. T U was serving a term in the prison. conMnued on Patfp Ten 'also added Blue TriangEe Federation Holds

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  1. The Coshocton Tribune,
  2. 15 Mar 1929, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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