Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1930, Circleville, Ohio f THE HERALD SEPTEMBER 20, 1930 HOOVER EVADES ISSU Director To Address C. C. Tuesday Evening Chamber of Commerce To Re- Meetings With lic Health NEAL SPEAKER Program Tor Coming Winter To Be The Commerce will Tuesday at 6 p. m. when Dr. Charles Ohio director of will be the Possibly the most important work of the Chamber of Com- merce during the coming winter will be public health work which it will undertake in conjunction with the Public Health It ia the plan to make this first meeting a health Dr. Neal will use the subject health aa his The Health league is an organization of volunteer workers who have been doing much beneficial work during the past few years against losis which has taken a heavy toll in this State records show that is listed as one of the most prominent tuberculosis counties in the thus making the work of the league very The Circleville Benevolent sociation was the first tion in the county to sponsor health work with Christinas seal mas seal committee was then Candidate for Penn. Governorship Public Health COLORED HAN FOUND ALONG TRACKS WES Fractured Skull Proves Fatal To Dandridge Aged 29, C. O. CASE MYSTERY Robbery Is Theory By Offered Reed Cautions Nations to Mind Own Dandridge aged 29, j who was found unconscious in i eastbound tracks of the i John M. of is the Democratic and Liberal candidate for Governor on a form calling for the repeal of prohibition His ers declare that a canvass of eral counties reveals that tion is the burning issue in the To Probe In Closure of Two Washington j Ohio railroad tracks last Wednesday morning by railroad died at Berger hospital Friday 4 p. without ing A fractured skull caused the man's How Banks became injured is a mystery to the police department which has been investigating the A theory of robbery has been advanced in official circle though no one knows who his might have Another report was heard that Banks was possibly in a card game and was The former theory pears to be the most likely ever in the face of evidence ed by On the night before his body was found Banks had been a visitor at the home of Mary S. etf until 10 p. m. Until 11 p. he was seen at tbe home of Burl He then went to the home of Roy where he remained until After midnight he was at restaurant of Frank remained there un- til H a. this committee and it is I now LEAGUE OFFICERS The officers of health league Mrs. D. V. Mrs. Maude first Mrs. Stanley second Mrs. Horace Mrs. William Mrs. Fannie executive County men Mrs. Maude Mrs. Stanley Mrs. A. L. Mrs. Harry today were that believed to have figured prominently in the recent failures of The Ohio and the bank here wOl be probed by the co grand jury which convenes here next Witnesses summoned by cuting Attorney W. Stanley son to appear before the grand jury include Elmer farmer and former county who asked to submit a written Speaking at the American former Reed of Missouri emphasized doctrine that keep hands off the affairs of other He warned that they are trying to something that would do more harm than good by involving the United States in their Harvey 70, Dies of Complications Funeral store at the time had even before and tWs has j Nellie Johnson of W. Harvey aged died Friday at 9 p. at his home in west of from He was born April 4, 1852, the son of Joseph and Sarah Mowerj natives of twp. Mrs. Reichelderfer whom he married Oct 10, 1876, was survives 4owmgr near of at Mrs FOR CAMPAIGN HONEY IS KIT Cooper Obtaining Money From Civil Service Employes Says ASKS ACTION Charges Taxpayers Money Be- ing Used By G. O. P. Returns After French Episode By C. H. Sept. coated suggestions that are made to civil service employes to contribute to the Cooper fund are obvious sub- j designed to evade declared Henry G. j chairman of the j cratic state executive t Brunner called attention to the j fact that the civil service laws I soliciting state civil employes even they are being at least we publicly call upon the state civil service com- mission to compel literal ence to the law and upon nor Myers Yl Cooper to restrain his official campaign fund Bruaner should act immediately and force the return of campaign contributions already and the revocation of subscriptions by civil service em- CAIX MEETINGS Brunner charged that .in dis- regard provisions of the civil service of em- including those under civil are contract between him and Miss Bertha Ohio State Bank relative to Mrs. R. S. Mrs. James Miss Mrs. Milton Mrs. Harry Mrs. Bernard Mrs. Fannie Miss Mary New Mrs. Florence Mrs. William Spangle Mrs. John Mrs. Horace and Mrs. Clarence The meeting will begin at 6 p. m. Tuesday with a chicken OCT. 2 EVATE FOR POWER HEARING 20. the his note for payable to der of that bank or the Midland National together with er written evidence pertaining to the Junk recently stated that the note was given to the Midland National before it was ged into the Ohio State as an and not for funds actually obtained from the Numerous local residents de- clare that some of the assets claimed by the Midland and the Ohio State bank were really given by citizens of this at the request of the bank in order to help bolster up the About 400 depositors of the two 1 defunct meeting with At- brought rise to the belief that Banks was struck and While in the Smallwood store he is said to have had a changed and earlier in the evening another had been When he was searched by Officer iam McCrady after being found in the railroad tracks he had 25c in his His clothes were not dirty and the blow on his head was the only injury he suffered thus ing any thought that he might have been struck by a C. O. The deceased man has been in this territory for over a be- employed by the C. O as an extra He was paid the day before he was found He was born in and survived by his bel who has been notified of his son's He was Funeral arrangements in crarge of the Albaugh have not been completed pending the arrival of the day fixed as the date quest for an order authorizing E. A. Schambs and The Pickaway Light and Power to sell their properties to The Pickaway Light and Power Tbe latter company desires to issue securities including in 7 percent preferred and no-par common for the pose of paying for the properties and for extending electric mission and distribution The hearing is scheduled to be- gin at ll m. BY KILLED Sept. Struck by an automobile while he 1 here Friday night nominated six residents of this county for trustee to safeguard their interests in connection with the liquidation of these The trustee will be chosen by ballot of the tely 7.000 LAURELVILLE MAN WOUNDED Cliff is be- ing held in the jail at Logan awaiting arraignment on a charge of shooting with intent to wound filed against him by Carl Stump of Laurelville Stump is suffering from a wound m bis left leg where part of a charge from a 12-guage shotgun struck Officers were informed the altercation arose over an tion said to have been made by POTATO THIEF SHOT TO DEATH Mich. Sept. James 40, vras slain today in an exchange of bullets with sheriffs deputies who surprised stealing potatoes miles Funeral services will at the home Monday at 2 nu with Rev. L. W. Green officiating with burial in Tarlton the charge of H. E. Deffenbaugh and M. DA VIS Illness of Two Years Fatal To Native of Funeral Maggie aged 78. widow of the late Lloyd died at the home of Horace 825 S Saturday at 3.45 a m after an illness of two She ed In state these meetings the em- are advised that they may their admiration and gratitude 'the heads of the administration by contributing to 2 per cent of their yearly are in- to inform their superiors quicker concerning the they Brunner the average state roll is the total to be if all employes give no more than 2 per will be 000. The total number of em- exclusive of those in tional institutions and highway is of whom are civil service employes cally protected by the law for- bidding any person to di- o r political contributions from is interesting to note that part of the money ex- Not on Into Wet In Some REPORTS HEARD Report of Law BY R. While President Haover bly is keeping of I Republican builders in many is toeing quietly those who White ance that Mr. Hoover pleased to see party wherever clear too William Randolph f- A delegation of disabled leaves the S. S to board the official Hook ch proceeded down the bay at York to meet and take him on board at war veterans and public figures met the publisher and greeted him with words of welcome while police boats lined up as an Terrific Gale Sweeps Coast of Six Ships Send Out S. S. Sept. terrific gale which blew in spasms along the Atlantic Coast today placed six ships in According to radio reports of Howe lias ao advice and no to offer tbe like those in New confronted with really tests over the The position taken that it ia matter for the state themselves to privately conveyed took etate forma boldly wet M publican state A T t To the Ohio Bankers a t i d n Organization For Drought the purpose making available in Ohio credit from the Federal Intermediate Credit the Ohio Association is setting up the Ohio Agricultural French stations at Brest and J Credit The Lorient picked up distress signals tion will make loans to farmers from the British freighter during the drought emergency on business basis on such security eligible Atf to serve a f pie a vessel of for the tankers and the French steamer and two unidentified as will make the paper for with the Federal Intermediate Credit The organization of this new in an effort to reach the stricken The reported Tugs breasted the heaving seas j credit organization is progressing as rapidly as Details of the operation have not yet been pended for huge payroll increases j her position northwest of Ushant i received by local bankers but it is by the present administration is while the Temple Mead hoped that this information will near the southwest point of j be available at an early to be diverted to the campaign fund to re-elect Governor Cooper j brought to the Terry home through the process of milking i Widespread damage was j the bankers of through the The call has gone out today to The Wickenham now on tte than a ness in aad in partial and rather port to which lavish praise either nor the Another report is doe to Congress convenes in Various reports are in Washington air to tbe of this forthcoming report It has been de- nied that the wiB port that in its majority the present prohibition set-up If impossible or It so has been reported and the will e. majority Vote in favor of fication tod the installation of some sort of to tte street ac Po PM of hm John of C gone to home and obtained the frun The weapon a one charge of which struck Mrs. Davis was born in Ohio and was the daughter of James and Margraet West ney She married Lloyd Davis who has been dead 18 no children were born to this union him as he was stealing potatoes she is survived by one sister from a nine miles west Mrs. Miranda Dison of this city J and by the following who had served a ley Garkey Mrs on sentence for shooting at race Mrs Kelh was loading potatoes Bertha James Collins Frank William Collins mer Florence Burns nie Hattie White Elsie Shaffer Funeral sen ices he hcW the Terry S Tuesday at 2 p m ry of the A M E church officiating in Mt terv hy W H T' about 10 days ago from state Thus thousands ed the port where she had lived for many Of dollars paid out of the pocket Dover reported that the gale j to the capital stock In Ohio association for sub- It is probably no say that the does not know yet what it of citizen to compensate those the coastal rose to a amounts appropriate to their i That there tt a In into a parked car when the ties turned a flashlight on The potato thief drew a pistol and fired at tne who returned the A bullet Taylor's I ed for necessary and unnecessary jobs are to be collected in the jack pot to be spent in the effort Jo continue in office the most ex- pensive administration in Ohio's the state finance D is directing this bit of financing with a fine sense of offering the official have just let it be known that any employe who does wish contribute to the campaign may do so. and what he gives will be The directors of The Third on all National m keeping Washington as a H f PUPILS AT OHIO WESLEYAN O. Sept 20- Ohio Wesleyan ment for the current year totals official figures announced today by Thomas E show This represents increase of one over the number i MAN registered a year ago There arc beginning which is a gain of 10 over the new Household Goods accompanied by a torrential House were unroofed and this movement to provide For BOW The cargo steamer j credit to mission has been in went ashore at mouth sound j immediate favorable action members scattered an tbe during the gale although its day as soon as the cali i world It is due to newt was noi endangered was received j the tion stand in regard to Mate form apparently ss that the tion of the commission a year ago quelled clamor of the wets for son of immediate and is no reason Jt shouM equally in of Especially House m fact that the hM LOCAL COURT NEWS WALLAC E Winifred C. N st. filed common pleas court Saturday fT divorce from E y I failure to the neglect of Tom A the filed in common pleas court Saturday against Mr and The with six cent Tom A plaintiff 1P2S 01 Harry Terry m Jn nj n plaintiff Kv arri 14 FOUND nf its There of no the part 1 o Frank year students of last of injuries sustained when knocked to the charge was against George i of Fort DIES Frank Davis and Sept. 20 Monday at 10 a m. with Rev. G Matilda and Frank motored to this ABEE RITES Funeral services for Mrs Effie Seymour McAbee who at her home on E. Thursday will be heJd at the home on today had claimed Professor ard H. 75, a teacher of morning and will be accompanied pianoforte in the conservatory of J. Troutman The pall bearers will Frank and Floyd home by Mrs. Dava who bas been music of College and Seymour and Charles there several weeks tor the one of the most widely will be in Forest cemetery fit of pianists in the M. 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