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Marion Star, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1933, Marion, Ohio EATHER THE MARION STAR HOME EDITION MARION OHIO TUESDAY 26 TWELVE FACES THREE CENTS COUNCIL BARS E CO PLAN of Excess by City i ON ORDERED I To Learn j With fi method i Abated today The cash the first which he o most of DESPERADO 1 COUNCIL AGAIN SEES HOPE FOR CUT IN WATER RATES Machine Gun Kelly ed by Federal Officers in Memphis Term IS ROUTED FROM BED Safety First Ohio Knights of Pythias Pay Tribute To Harding WOMAN HURT IN CAR CRASH instead Man Arrested After ive been R rf Q wj current hills on appears i Upper j an indication j INTOXICATION CHARGED Extent of Victim's Injuries Can Not Be Determined at Present Lives of three Upper women and three children were endangered yesterday afternoon j when their automobile WHS struck by a car driven by H B Doan 57 j of 459 Windsor street on East j Center street near High street j Doan was arrested by Kirts patrolman who the accident and this j ing was charged with driving while i intoxicated lie was released last night on bond of and is to j appear in court Wednesday i Woman Injured Mrs Adam Paul of Upper Sar dusky who was sitting in the reur j seat of the auto struck by car suffered neck injuries her head was thrown against rear window The window was broken by the impact She treated by a local physician but the extent of her injuries will not j be known for several days he said i Other occupants of the car were j Mrs Roy Sampley the driver Grover Pierson a small daughter of Mrs Samplers and two of Mrs Pierson's children all of Upper Sandusky They suffered minor injuries it was They had driven here to shop Mrs Sampley said Backing from Curb i As Mrs Sampley backed from parking space on East street she brought her car to a stop to let other cars pass car the last of several cars for which Mrs Sampley had stopped struck the Sampley auto from hind and shoved it ahead Patrolman Kirts car which was parked ahead Mrs Sampley said The Sampley and Doan were considerably damaged FIVE PRISONERS IN BREAK AT MANSFIELD Four Caught Soon After cape But Fifth Eludes Searchers I MANSFIELD o Sept last of five prisoners who their way through ventilator bars to escape from the Mansfield was still at liberty today after nearly a score of guards and officers all night in ri densely wooded tract northeast of the Reformatory officials identifier the fugitive as Victor Palmer of Cincinnati sentenced for Cuban glary and larceny His four com- j panions in the break all of the i were held in correction crK he American today after being rounded up a-d of plans shortly after the escape They were Steve 20 for burglary and auto Charles Foote 21 Rna 18 operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent and Wonn IS robbery Ordered M Patton i pinn n in com- in rate to j his inc: of two or one in company's excess rate j to May 3 a raw deal i hit inn most detailed arne from the citizens i which submitted adopted earlier the mayor I to taks to compel pany to comply r order of pay all persons in cash i his resolution to Jacoby read a copy j entry ordering the Ordered that i prepare and file i of this court on or an account due from it to j the pro rata I to -or before V file with the evidence of its paid to iU due each so j to do so that the he paid by payment over a not enable to the court i paid by v he had for the for a copy of the on Eight FEARS CHANGE AMERICAN Forces Strengthened s Reach Heads j lii Will Be Returned To Oklahoma To Face Trial in Urschel Case The M- t K Our ado of the in connection the Charles Oklahoma mar and on robbery to who bim IP a house here early today After talking A a department of justice operative Chief Will D Lee there was no about the identity of the as Kelly Arrested with the outlaw were a woman was his Kathryn Kelly -9 snd two described as J R 31 S E Travis 26 Kelly's capture was effected by n group of officers who surrounded the house In which he and the others were sleeping Detective W J said Kelly appeared the of the home with a Kelly Surrenders i Drop that Kelly said he told him Kelly peacefully up nnd surrendered I have been waiting for night Raney quoted him Well wg are Raney's answer At the police station Police Chief said Kelly admitted his but refused to talk Chief he was quoted as saying I'm about Later smiling broadly and one cigaret after another Kelly remained defiant in another interview with police As Chief Lee walked into his he Who are I'm Chief Lee was the reply Give me a light was Kelly's response Noticing the fugitive's yellow hair Lcc When did you dye your Called Best Insurance State Industrial Member U Speaker i Lodge Holds Ceremony at Memorial Degree It Con- j Safety i I ora a and ferred at Tomb as by Thomas W the m-j an limner of civic troup and j in Hotel The dinner meeting was one ot the Runs in Marlon conn-! ty's safety drive by the Y's Men's Service club the division nf and the state industrial commission Homage their noon by the Malf of The Star lunched v e dates The gram was lion of the O unit shor talk by K U ru her HAiul The of h rented on the steps she HEADS LODGE NEGOTIATIONS ARE RESUMED WITH COMPANY at the by thr i ho i home nNo was t to JO I n j II L A I H I II I the division of safety and U L fl I II U I ILLO LARDNER'S PEN of 1 Justice Kiene also spoke Cooperation Both speakers appealed to em- to cooperate m safety work as a preventive to injuries and the resultant compensation ments If employers don't of Probable Reduction Not Revealed by MINIMUM CUT UNLIKELY Chance Soon for Biggest Saving In Lower City rnnt Rental Humorist Ranking Figure of American Literature Dies in New York i they will have to pay the Raney j speakers asserted making It j an economical asset to emphasize he gun i training in their plants and i Places of This HEART DISEASE VICTIM you i HI he followed up the speakers as by watching injury cases j w after accidents and keeping check 6 Pn them i and Travels Mr Gregory cited figures ing the industrial commission pays j out about month j for compensation j To Readers j los nr nnd medical care which is paid for j by the business and industrial heads in thp state who are con- to the state industrial surance fund Mr Kearns pointed to the death rate by accidents In the country 1 which he said Is 90.000 persons an- as an example where safety work could make great Fully 90 cent of these accidents hr could be prevented There Is n cause for every he i said and our work is to find and Thr wh thai there much between Mich New Yoik be- both with nn has Is long The Vean six-foot humorist who made You know me Al find who became a ranking figure of ican literature died nt hlB East Hampton Long been that way a long I time Kelly answered From Oklahoma City came word Continued on Page Eight Kellers Wife Ready To Face Charges nt The MEMPHIS Tenn Sept 26 Kelly arrested here today with her husband George E chine Gun Kelly immediately to return to Oklahoma City 10 face charges in connection with the of Charles S millionaire oil man j At the samp time she said she had planned to leave her husband j and in order to defend her parents Mr and Mrs R G Shannon who are now on trial in Oklahoma City those causes j borne He last wore industrial In L a r n 1030 including two deaths while j fought the in the eight months of 1933 ense 382 industrial accidents have been reported also including two spectre fatalities The public and industry are 3 coming to the realization that i Continued on Eight Merchants Play Big Part In Cooking School Merchants of Marion play an i i portant part In The Marlon Star's steadily his flowed on laughs to faces of who saw on the n fot by Sparks Ml In th II by the nt the In In Mini ReiKi S of scheduled to lake in In nil In ton 11 I mui ju to been seriously Ml nn the wan by William of Ml fm veins 11 member of the the tlon Only mutters of were up this M Spin ks the H will be nuked In a proposal n of field deputy to visit ponenln f the the work wonM for support UH Pythian Its thr not warrant the expense to maintain the deputy program of drill contest by i tent In The auditorium Ing Ht R 30 p m by dance Twenty-five Ohio I the con- vention were of the Marlon County liar n -on in Hi 2 of the met with III for by Alfred of the of Hull hart Howurd M Thr new la Mr Snyder will on hi n thp here He I of Ml Mr Krund Elmer the and then Tune Moon and to older tena of thousands who rend hU Story of Man Jind disease complicated by r was given by a-i the Immediate of back to Oklahoma City tomorrow and give myself the dressed auburn haired told newspapermen Kelly j told would kill me if I did I but I going anyway I care about myself I'm thinking about rny parents I've nothing to say about thai she told Police lire asked about Kelly I dor want to have more t-i d with him He got me j mess Day before was my third wedding i 1 she said and what i a anniversary an were -t and the toward which life of the Tm of planned by i of of arly i- MAN KILLED IN TOLEDO ACCIDENT Woman Civet Tip Leading To Arrest CHICAGO Sept It was Oklahoma woman from whom he that lr Memphis Melvin H of thr investigation unit the of justice The woman a Miss Arnold Purvis a clo wh baa home with the K them to Memphis after the kidnaping After with them 1 returned to the southwest j i and the government hearing that j knew where Kelly was gave j her a thorough siep of i At said she talked ard federal agents found ninth annual cooking school which will open next Tuesday in The auditorium Mrs Ruth bell cooking school instructor points out in discussing her work here next week Not only are the obvious ties of to Jbc found in our grocers shops markets dairies bakeries and other stores hut Campbell the u p p 1 i c available to every woman of ion Include wonderful assortments which come from all over the world Teas from India spices from elsewhere in the Orient fruit from the South Seas and from California and Florida fine flours from the great wheat fields of the middle rich dairy products i York central from our finest farms j Miss Arnold which are the Throughout friend of Mrs of American industry and her Oklahoma that Ivs and can are also in hnn typewriter gone on His doctors ordered him and re- months When to New York he waR reported much in of ity production ver The of filled You Know Travels Own he Short wan i on were the Me Your HMH T- hose writings but the wit of Treat Km Rough The Young Symptoms of Being formal were lilven of the Insist i I i The Star for KHind lodge temple officers and A grand ball j A class of the grand lodge degree n ceremony nf this j i I j Dunn Jr of supreme chancellor the of the order will he 1 speaker the opening at 9 n In The Star auditorium SISTERS HOLD FIRST MEETING nnd Visitors Civet Welcome nt Session This Morning MAYOR PRESENTS KE Eighty Eight Candidates i Class for Degree Work Today Following a day of dive and entertainment represent riven In the convention of Pythian took up of they convened at 1 today In the Elk hull The wnn by fn open thin morning which the a civic anil fraternal the city by May c W U of Hi ber commerce Mm trude Halter of thr Pythian Carrie of I chief la In the will nomination of mid i or and Of- will be elected lit the tlon will the In the f- In Tho by Canliy and Marlon will be held MM Morr 000 and were at noon the convention one of lo b held In recent Mr Sparka to O 35 nr Lardner Marrh horn during In comparing later he j of f j n A he put H hr wnn week New York there wan little ad- of th New ran through of the pride noted Kin youth there and first job on a newspaper Continued on on F D R Goes Home Seeks To Invigorate Recovery Report 85 65 Today JO The O Christman 29 of East street an engine inspector in the Xew York Central railroad house at Toledo was killed while at work today at a m His relatives here said he suffered a chest arr the widow Mrs Michalis Christman his rather Jacob of rvs two brothers Fred and George both of five Samuel Ot Harry Heck wf George of W Joha m member of Uw Bto body will be WORKERS ON CHESTER Pa Sept j Three thousand workmen the Ford Motor Co plant here walked out today Workers said they were dissatisfied with the rate Officials of the company refuted to DETROIT Sept Spokesmen for the Educational ciety aa organisation of automotive announced day that a of all tool and die naken had been Toted at today 47 PHILADELPHIA Sept picketed and a ber of m i bakery way Sept dent Rooserelt homeward day to develop in the quiet of Hyde Park new Uon for the manifold recovery efforts Ways to expand credit lift farm prices topped the chores scheduled for even more intensive study by Mr crowded spent every of the federal push ward economic betterment have earnest the boar of brt to Howe after rapidly and for Inflation apparently rejected for the present In an program was a promUe fiven by to submit on order for Mr velt punned to or more honor en by the lors for the to be The banquet Grand FEARED DEAD HURT Tampico by Storm Aid To MEXICO w to M city or M It A WM given by Mr Brown in which he welcomed t Ion The to Mr ulk WM the of k In inn favorable by elly lust they hml reopened with the Mm Ion for rate d ui a to thone the city circle In view of thn fi K month o It up nil hupp obtaining n tale cut Renewed hope nf K rate nn thn to llh utility which hnd to submit nst to any of how thn lon might be but Hint nn of In tho future In Cut gh no could be obtained It reliably that the probably will In- clude a reduction In the monthly by thr city for water ahow the city pay month In hydrant It thul tion for will imall In view ot thn the Marlon Water Cn ordinance will In 1930 that they will not trade an of the term of the rale ordinance In return for rate reduction In view of the ent movement toward municipal ownership of the water plant In view of to extending the term of the rate nance have unofficially little hope for a reduction It wnn reliably learned that under for Vani two did not Include any reduction In thn minimum of a year for water Timlin who used more than minimum however are expected to Ket a If No No rould be obtained on proponed reduction of hydrant rental explained that a reduction In would menu a every taxpayer In the city lant night a appropriation on the of a certificate from County Karl K that 000 of unappropriated reve nue It Of thin In from general and the der from unappropriated by the city in In and rent of the city building W O Slack finance com- chairman explained a of the additional policemen and probably will not to take all the council at the of Chairman In the tlon tor for City tar for IV for The Two of fer of of Uma reported Two food oil port But of city 14 Ot In of temple chief Council from the general to Ow taut to of A report on at city from on 71 to 11 W TM 12 m m HURT IN ACCIDENT 1 of the for the Co afternoon In near
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