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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1935, Circleville, Ohio Office Two Telephones 782 THE CIRCLEVILLE HERALD rate YEAR NUMBER 85 CIRCLEVILLE OHIO WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1935 ROUK DREW PEARSON ROBERT S RELIEF ORDER PLAN FAVORED AGAINST CASH County to Continue Under Present SetUp Irwin Discloses THREE MARY ASTOR SUED FOR DIVORCE FAMILIES IN FAVOR Roosevelt Assures Labor Richberg Wont Head His Permanent N R A WASHINGTON is Mil why A F of L anso thai Donald R will no be made of if tin K a le They the personal of to thai effort His promise was at tin when Roosevelt and the laborites patched up their differences assured A F of L leader that continues to be anathema lo be removed from NRA command after new was passed by Con If I be life of the Blue is extended Roosevelt indicat ed lie plans a complete reor of its executive per On this the agreed to the dents request that they drop their war on 8 Wonder Worker Senator Alben W Barkley is the envy of his colleagues While they were wearing out shoe leather trying to find jobs clamorous supporters the Kentuckian quietly garner prize patronage the year for a member of his family Barkley Max O his law Solicitor of the lending tion in The job pays only other public ex for his new post was attorney for the Missouri State Fish and Game Commission Diplomatic Naivete j The giant bombing which slipped out of the United j States for Bolivia last week ed a terrific explosion in the Slate Department and are likely j to bring reverberations on Capitol Hill Department of the planes was in violation of the arms embargo against both Bolivia and Para guay and caused critical press comment in South America Investigation within the State Department has placed blame for the fiasco upon Joseph C Green who did not seem to think it strange that giant bombing planes should go on a nonstop flight to chart an air route which had been charted several i times before Summer Welles chief helmsman of Good Neighbor policy heard of this he sent cables to Peru grounding the j planes and fining the pilots i a former Bel gian and close friend of Herbert Hoover recently was barred from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee when he asked to present State Depart ment views on the Sale of Muni tions Treaty i Wotta Man In the office of rookie Representative Stack hangs a large ex embossed parchment presented to him by the Execu tive Committee of the Ward Democratic Club and the 6th Dis Testimonial Committee j Representative Stack is ex tremely proud of that document It reads i A MAN has been selected j from his fellows as a Repre in Congress to aid realization of human ideals A proper tion of his services to the na tion in her hour of peri From the hazards of War he emerged with honor The People have spoken THOU ART THAT MAN 8 3 Dust Storms A delegation of farmers from the Mid west painted a doleful picture to Henry Two Cash Payment Plan Start on Monday to Although most of 88 counties will inaugurate cash relief system next ard S Irwin that this county will continue under saiy system it had been using that of issuing re lief orders Interviewed today concerning the countys plans Mr Irwin said that a number of heads of fami lies on relief had been questioned concerning their wishes and ex pressed desire to continue as they have been It is possible however that the cash system will be put into effect later but for the present the re lief order plan will prevail To Save Under New Plan COLUMBUS April cash relief system to be Mon day will result in reduction of per month in administra tive cost in the state C C Still mars office announced today Appointment of three new tors today virtually completed the reorganization of administrative in the county setup The new directors arc George W Har wood formerly at Charleston W Va sent to Hoffman Columbus as director for and Henry Casey Caldwell case supervisor to be come relief chief Meanwhile two new problems face the state administration iv ct Trumbull and have rebelled against serv ing clients on relief for 18 per cent of their regular fees The commo division is faced with the task of putting the Delaware chair factory on a profitable basis or moving it to Mansfield PEACE CONFAB 5000 Armed Men Seek to Pre vent Event Which May Lead to Warfare Italy 10 The vanguard of government missions arriving today to discuss security found little Stresa an armed city with 5000 troops here to protect the prime ministers of throe na tions against an incident that might blast peace talks intc a cause of war Six hundred uniformed carabi 1200 plain clothes police men and thousands of boy sold iers and boy sailors with bayonets patrolled the streets Without any great hope for con crete results from the Premier Benito Mussolini aivi his foreign office undersecretary Fui vio Suvich were due today Premier Ramsay and Foreign Minister Sir Job Si mon of Britain and Premier Flandin and For cign Minister Pierre Laval oi i France arrive tomorrow The music saloon in old Palazzo Na and Josephine once sojourn the islet of Isola Bella a few hundred yards out in spidery Lago will be the setting for the conference 0 HARRIS TO TRAVEL TO SOUTH A Prof F R Harris of Groin ioki who has appeared in this a number of times as a speaker will leave June 15 by for South America His itinerary includes Lima Paz Valparaiso Santiago Aires Montevideo Sao and Rio DC Janeiro 100 ARE DROWNED CAXTON the North river its hanks of sen W i d o of Albert D Schumm Dies at Home on E Mainst ILL SIX MONTHS IL e a v e s Four Children and Three Sisters Dr Thorpe Charging critical anil humiliat ing references to his earnings as compared to hers arid alleging her attitude toward him impair ed his health Dr Frank lyn Thorpe sued Mary Astor of the Mary Astor movies for divorce in Los Ange les They have been marrier four years and it was understood that a property settlement had been agreed upon and the doctor was to have custody of their daughter aged Mrs Lydia P Schumm 77 widow of Albert D Schumm pass I ed away early Wednesday at her i home 448 E Mainst after an illness of six months j caused death j Mrs Schumm a daughter of Louis Palm native of Germany and Mary Bailey native of Penn sylvania was born in this city j Jan 23 1858 and lived here her entire life j She married Albert D Schumm April 7 1877 He died Oct 2 1915 Funeral arrangements in charge j of Mader Ebert have not been completed Four children Nelle wife of John F E Mainst Mrs i Martha Seeds Akron Lucille wife of Dewey Black Grandview and Ralph Schumm Watt st sur COUPLES MARRIED FIFTY YEARS BEGIN NEW HONEYMOONS N H April 10 married for 50 years two couples tolay were on their second after reaffirming their devotion to other in M ceremony on the golden jubi lee anniversary of their origi nal wedding The couples Lleuellyn S Towers cham pion fiddler ot Neu Hampshire and his wife Celui H Powers 73 and Perley A Gould and Mrs Grace I Gould They were rewed in i pub lic ceremony before more than 300 townspeople at the flower festooned Daniels hall They took the vows slip ped on worn wedding and kissed just as they did a The ceremony was performed by Rev J Ir ving Fletcher WOMAN TALKS Immorality Charge Against Warden Thomas Aired Be fore Commission Today SENATE HOUSE Custer SPLIT mm OVER NEW TAX Aged Marysville Man Mistakes Deputy Marshall As Robber In Court Hearing Dargusch Warns D i s aster to Follow Food Clothes Exemption INCOME FIGHT SEEN Tax Expert Sees Many Nuisance Taxes COLUMBUS Former Deputy Sheriff Bryan J Custer who is now a deputy j located in Columbus will spend many days and pos sibly years trying to live down hiss identification as a bank rob ber 1C happened in federal court i Tuesday afternoon and although j Custer threatened some reporters with It will be coo bad if this ROLS into the papers the story nevertheless is being published Custer had taken two bank bandits into court for hearings bej fore u S Joseph i Horner They George Bump 40 and Ivan Phillips 27 both boi ing connected with the robbery ot the bank J M Lentz bank president identified the men and so did Martin Coleman another victim Then came F L Baldwin aged capital this week to observe ae Marysville man Fie walked to the in the House although witness stand with the aid of a Senate is recessed warned that care a block of senate members is un Can you identify the bandits j alterably opposed to an income asked Assistant District Attorney j ttx ind to exemption of food and Ray ODonnell One of them i doling from the sales tax answered Baldwin and after Vacation InVI May COLUMBUS April The battle proposals to exempt food and clothing from ths state sales tax today widened tbe breach between House and Senate leaders over the move to enact a state income tax to make up Comi revenue that would be lest in ex empting foodstuffs Sen Paul P Yoder Dayton Democratic floor leader in the seriate who hajS remained sn the THREE CITY NEEDS ED Tyj and Mary Gutches and Mrs recently conducted a probe into j Custers face turned red and the j pointing out hat the is vive in addition to three sisters its doors even to an investigator Mrs Tildia Staiger E Mainst for the senate committee which ing around the room he pointed directly at Custer Theres the j man thats him he said Voder not reconvene the senate wUJ atil about May 1 Sallie Jennings Grandview Two j children Harry and Mazie at Ohio Penitentiary spectators Presbyterian Club Hears Arguments For Conservancy New Li brary Building and City Park Need Stressed For All Three Items ed their mother in death Ladies Aid the Ohio civil service commission Commissioner Horner held for the federal grand a lot of fun expected to to pass S each i1 iion eliminating foods from on saes tix and adopt a stau fn Mrs Schumm was a member of today delved into the immorality bond i tax measure before that Trinity Lutheran church and of its charge Preston E Thomas Bandit Bump joked with Custer i time He announced he would the battle against such a I Interesting discussions of Cir j needs comprised the pro gram when 10 members of the PICKAWAY PUTS INTO SALE TAX FUND tax program has 19 S May hitM announced The total collection in staid has been 8896307482 Cuyahoga do hnis ted arM Franklin in Jbc treasury the pist amounted to with groceries and meats still lenl as the tro o PUBLIC MAY BUY GOVERNORS RUGS Davey Would Accept tions He Hints in Letter to Attorney COLUMBUS April 10 In the belief that public spirited citizens of Ohio may be more ii than the legislature Governor Martin L Davey aiJ today he may take up a to pro vide new mgi for the assembly har thus far to do Meanwhile the business ot t state insofar as the Jvi branch is concerned continued to day to be conducted on bare floors Four threadbare that formerly covered them have been removed to the statehouse rotunda for public inspection Davey broached the idea of a popular in a letter to Stanley Schwartz attorney for i department store his offer for the largest of th rugs I am inclined tr think your hid is too low Davey told This rug has an atmosphere antiquity about it and a more n less sacred relationship with ill great happenings at the state Cap ital throughout eventful decades We have been thinking of tak ing up a collection from public spirited citizens to buy some rugs to cover these bare cold floors Presbyterian mens club gathered Tuesday evening The needs as outlined by the speakers included The conser vancy program A new city library A city park Col C E Groco conducted the m and introduced J I Smith Jr W M Reid and Joseph Adkins Jr Covers 793 Miles Mr Smith discussed the con which he said would greatly benefit the 17 counties it would serve An area of 7931 square miles would be he said He pointed out the im portance to communities in the amount of water to be stored and the fact that the water table would bs raised for the common need Mr Reid spoke upon library conditions the advantage of the institution to the community the srvice rendered He called spe cial attention to the need for a fire proof building to assure pre servation of valuable books and volumes that could not be ed in case of fire Mr Adkins told of the vote in council 35 years ago when a move to purchase for a city iark was defeated People of our community he said have re mained in a semiconscious feel ing of the need for a park He alio referred to the numerous yung people who to other cilies to enjoy recreation ousted warden of the prison Barnes Investigator for the senate prison investigating committee was forced to leave the hearing room after attorneys for Thomas expressed objection to his presence as Mrs Olive Stills Cleveland was called to testify Mrs Stills is the mother of gar Russell a convict stationed at the London prison farm Close guard was kept at the doors of the as Mrs Stills took the witness stand The public was excluded Newspaper men however were permitted to Judge Joseph W Adkins and a i tlie but were or Get away from bank SUIT Selected With Ease In Mill er Versus Winner Case Taylor Will Filed Custer then turned to reporters I move in the after g If this gets in the papers i Uible tD of Cleveland be too bad for porters t withhold making public jury were hearmg testimony We UlQ testimony unti Qf foreclosure in the action of George W Miller Muh against T E Winder administrator of the estate of Ellen Winner The were Harry Carter Charles Gray Cliff Pontious Mrs Chanotte Timmons Will Neff Fred Faust Mrs Daisy Armstrong D F Phillips Charles E Barch the case were heard 0 Upturn Abroad Bullish Weath er Reports Cause Jump In Chicago Market PRESIDENT ACTS TO HALT STRIKE Ansel Whiteside Taylor Estate Her thiee sons and two dauga ters are named beneficiaries of the estate of the late Mrs EUa TT 1 i both sides in the Taylor of New Holland according Presidential to the will filed in probate CHICAGO April 10 Wheat after being neglected for several sessions returned to leadership to day and prices shot up swiftly in by the shaip upturn i abroad and bullish weather re pril 10 ports Corn continued its advance took a hand today ajl grains moved up to new in the threatened strike of work ers ii the rubber tire industry He scheduled a conference with ot Labor Frances Perk realizing checked the upturn Sep has been in contact with tember moved up to to a new high for the season while tbe May delivery gained 1 to highs on the movement The deferred wheat were the strongest an gain of about a bushel before deliveries Frank Demo cratic floor leader in the and other members of the delegation from an they would support an amendment exempting food from the sales tax and tax legislation Carlton S vice chairman of the state i commission warned of food and clothing imm the sales tax would result ua greatest mass of nuisance ever levied on any people Dargusch contended such an amendment would cut the sales tax revenue from the estimate of for 1935 to mately He added that a gross income tax would not re place this loss of revenue because it would not be collected until 1937 While average monthly collec tions under the sales tax have approximated Dar gusch November and December sales would more than make up for the smaller returns during summer months Her son Leland is named execu toi 1 lie will was written Sept 5 and witnessed by T C and Ida M Gooley Appraisers are T C Gooley Ansel Kirkpatrick and Wllam Mitchell but a project he not only add t citation but would show n community in sci outside ity Hospital News Mrs Claren e Martin Mound a major operation Borgor hospital morn WOMAN IS CALLED intervention at leat to the extent of the Perkins conference was the outgrowth ot for the Mav delivery u Rep heavy profit takin in Dow Harter who represents the this market and about half of the Akron 0 district center of the ain out tiro n i wheat was to higher S up IS oats x Ir UD and 1 jc up Mayors Mhy Act While legislators debated the wisdom of amending the sales tax act and substituting an income Corn moved up about a to j tax mayors of Ohio cities took a the taxation situation Mrs Charles F K Mainst M 0 Lancaster Planning Sewage Plant Vote Lancaster voters may decide the fate of a sewage disposal plant a the poll this fall it has in The city Iris been or Knd to construct such a plant and since a bond issue is necessary the vo ters wil hive fc express their Mrs Etha near wore takt n u IT nrS Ironi hospital where both ion Robert Holtzmar nn and Mrs M W ws to Mr armI hospital Tuesday j 0 V O R MER RESIDENT DIES IN CALIFORNIA Mrs Harriet Hinlon Ward wi dow of James Ward rosi d Circle ville died in J s Angeles California Sunday April Th according to a bv in ibis city Mis is hy Alyo with whom she her home Mrs Ward is u sister inaw Maiy Fi 74 died n at at her homo Thacher r She is uy 1 Fields with i she milo her homr The funeral will be Thursday at j p m at Morris I B with j iv Burial will br in the adjoining H iE rii Son BROWN IS JAILED Brown v as committed to the county jail eday afternoon by Mayor W i acy for pet tit larceny of a com Mrs Allie Dilley Maplewood The mayor fied Brown costs and upon to p y 1 went to jail The coat was recovered Miss Birdie Sample of Cleveland niece of Miss Anna Sample ville died Tuesday The funeral will be Thursday afternoon with burial in Minerva Miss S amide will attend the serv ices hand in today Mayor Henry Worley Colum bus president of the Ohio League of Municipalities called officials of all cities in the state for a coa to j ference here next Tuesday to con i sider a taxation program to save i cities from financial ruin MARRIAGE LICENSES James T Cartwright 27 telegraph operator and Anna Lou Harris Millionaire Missing WHITE OTHERS ARE INDICTED TO TALK Harry vi be the speaker Thursday tve ft oclock when the Ot i bein brotherhood has it in the United Brethren com A surprise entertainment is also promised NEW DUST STORM iLl CITY Kar 10 vas to zun zero a dust which last nigh Spur storm of the twenty signed ap tot KISIS and extended tinTe Tbe OUt nti as Although in the far i out to the thick of the area April 10 Lewis White of Ironton now held in the county jail at Circleville today was one of the four persons in on grand larceny charges by the grand jury ia connection a corn theft ring that allegedly in a dozen Ohio counties White was in coin theft case Marion Clarn iid Harold Brof cUl 01 Bush and Clark are in ul here and Brofford L being sought Tlie returned a total of 29 indictments including against Harold Cole and Homer bave fallen McCary both of who f the star the alleged to have stolen hogs from was with the London prison farm 0 John when Frank P Mi b for biui former and wai last seen with il BO VI TO SPEAK C K livi engineer who is L virk at the post of fice will before the club noon Dr anci Mrs R II Bales re turned after m south ROOSEVELT ACTS ON RELIEF WASHINGTON April President today oi into the taak of program
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