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Times Signal (Newspaper) - September 21, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio Section One MAIN NEWS SECTION SUNDAY THE WEATHER at local SEPTEMBER 21, 1930 SIX CENTS PER LOCAL MAN KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT BUT HITCH-HIKER COMPANIONS ESCAPE FOUR 15 HURT IN STATE IN DAY Claiming This City and Adamsville as Hio Instantly Killed When Car Plunged From Road Near Died While Being Taken to Coshocton Hospital Traffic in Ohio lives including that of man Fifteen other were injured In the of wrecks reported the The local victim Charles E 50. a painter who lived for on West Main street but moro recently had made his home with his A M. Mox of Mox was killed nnd three other of his car were Injured evening near when their auto- mobile plunged er a steep ment on tho Mox was en- route to and him three whom he had offered H. ride a few minutes pre- Thcy were- not seriously jured It uai said that Mox tried to and and swerved the automobile toward the embankment Ho sustained a crushed chest and fractured skull as the car died in the while being moved to The was to funeral parlors at Newcomerstown who was a member of the Union and the Order of Red Men at left about three vears ago for later ing to Canton where he was made general manager of the Gateway in nt i Canton and When this chain discontinued operation about five he found work 1 at Brick Plant No. 1. on Wheeling and had since been ed During this time he lived hia cousin at Surviving are his George of O and one Harry Mox of and Mrs. Addle 1 cor skidded and overturned on a gravel road near here Roland 21. died Instantly of a broken neck and of the brain John 18. was in a condition with concussion of the brain Gordon 21. and Glen who was were All are of Delphos BURNED TO DEATH Sept. 48. county farmer was burned to death when flames burs out in his automobile while he was driving to RACE DRIVER HURT Sept. Toledo automobile race driver was sent to the hospital with cuts and bruises today when his auto mobile overturned west of H was driving to NEW TO CINCINNATI IS THROUGH ZANESVILLE WITH the completion of U. S. route 22 shortest between Pittsburgh and Columbus and Pittsburgh and will again be through hard surface modern highway all the The new route will cut the dis- tance between Pittsburgh and Col- by 6.5 making this by far the distance between these two It will cut the distance between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati IS by far the shortest distance between these two The between Zanesville and Pittsburgh will be shortened by three and one-half This new will be completed and ready for travel in about three The new is known as U. S. Route No. 22 and has been under construction for three This route touches U. S. 40, the tional at U. S. 22 out of Pittsburgh passes through W. then U. S. 40 through Zanesville to The Cincinnati ist will come to Zanesville over the above route and from here will take Route 10, Zane to ton C. and route 3 from ington C. H. to The last strip on U. S. 22 from Cambridge to Cadiz is now being With the opening of U. S. 22 im- portance of Zanesville as a tourist center becomes greater as ally all through traffic between Columbus and Pittsburgh and be- tween Cincinnati and Pittsburgh will use this new all hard surface Detours now in use on Zane Trace do not increase the mileage and are only of a minor FIVE READY TO GIVE CITY BUS SERVICE Council Will Establish Five Bus Lines Monday Night and Then Seek Propositions from Companies Anxious to Operate Length of chise to Be Left Open for Present LAWYERS OF DISTRICT HEAR NATIVE OF COUNTY PRAISE ACHIEVEMENTS OF OHIO BAR by Phillip T A FROM 'EM H dent of the Ohio Bar TY J. a of notables which many of the outstanding figures In Ohio legal circles met in Zanesville Saturday for the Store Manager Sends Bullet Through Take Car From Physician fE FIVE HURT JEN CRASH ON BRIDGE Sept 3-4. was killed and others were injured as two auto- j mobiles collided on the level i today and tied up rush hour I I- John 26. companion a possible fracture of the I Tlie others Injured were Mr and Mrb John S. Schumacher of Lwood and Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. of Pittsburgh nil riding in the zer of Pittsburgh Schumacher Mrs. te was cut and and her fractures cf the ribs and j right GRAVEL ROAD CAUSE OF FATAL ACCIDENT Sept. msn and three injured when SE RS Life Picture Ruled Out of Ohio by Ban Gangster Films THREE INJURED sept. 20 Mr and Mrs N. J. and heir 6. were Injured Ight when their figured -i a. head-on collision with another at near Sept. films dealing with racketeer Ing and gangland life were officially I banned from Ohio today by the state board of film in ruling that Big ft picture Hfr In a could be in the the beard held that Its order would apply to cny film In which teer and gangster characters After considering Big for several the board today formally ruled against contending that to film In this be to the and girls of Tlie appeal left open to film producers end would be to take the case Into the The decision of the board drew the fire of P a. business manager the motion picture owners of Ohio Stating that through the of the film motion picture of the state would stand to low COO Wood an to the Intelligence of the people of Ohio It. reflects upon their ability to Armed police of and .ng county deputies kept cloee vigil Saturday and message of fication were flashed to authorities of surrounding cities to be on the for two men and one woman who escaped amid a rain of fire after robbing an A. P. grocery at They obtained cash amounting to Zanesville officers received word tho robbery and were asked to for tho who got away In a. rar stolen from Dr. R. L. Williams drug after the machine In which they came to the Shortly after 4 o'clock Saturday with business at Its height and the grocery filled with two men and de- manded John manager of the Cedar street branch of the chain to give him the money from the cash They held ers at bay with pistol while took the then ran to the street where a woman was awaiting them In an eight-cylinder bearing a sylvania As they drove off. Layton emerged side door of tho and fired a volley ol shots with his One of the struck a rear and the men were forced to stop their car less than a mile from the scene of the They were Been to run from the although none was believed to have been struck by the A few minutes Dr. R. L. liams was ns he sat in his parked car near his drug In downtown The men de- manded the machine being un- able to he gave over his car It was said by witnesses that the men drove although feel that they may have circled the city to throw officers off the Sheriff F. T. Hoover of Licking county and Deputy B. A. at- temped to give but tion was uncertain as to the course taken by the fleeing have been made to con- the told with the series county convention of the Bar Afternoon and evening sessions were held Hotel where luncheon was at The convention was climaxed with evening quet in the main dining room of that More than 100 members of the among whom were from ville Cleveland end Coshocton attended the Principal speakers at the In the evening were President Phillip Bradford of a county and Hugh of an attorney of wide The theme of the tion centered about the of led Fred Warner of Marlon Round comment on the subject resolved Into an Intricate explanation of proposed law to license Two bills will be presented to the state In pointed one by tae Motor clubs of the state and the other by the State Bar Both will em- the licensing in- dividual at motor though that prepared by the Bar association It more strict In de- law advocated as a safety President Bradford explained in diseasing Its sell Knepper of chairman I 31 ME ON 0 N SHI Review of the Week in Ohio Gov. Cooper Speaks at Newark Sept. an outline of campaign and the Indict of Youngstown election official on charge of misappropriating funds were outstanding developments in th. world of politics In Ohio this week Tho Democratic platform was adopted as recommended at the state platform convention and called for enforcement of all laws but that the party recognized the right of any citizen to work for repeal of any The letter was regarded by political observers as applicable to the national prohibition legislation Earl R. St ently chairman of the state Republican campaign an- starting plans of the for a campaign licans which call within the limit of of the automobile to the fact that already nine states have auch The need of tion as a safeguard public safety a he toe projected law come to be regarded as au added expense on the it was explained that motor license fees will be reduced to an PHIL BRADFORD that the total cost be tually standardized that now Trie somewhat vague aToot lu a. number of districts to cure motor the came as com- li offered under existing on Page Recent campaigns have ended with a deficit In the campaign treasury and Lewis year they spending A county Jury Flve Including the neer Transportation now operating the will submit offers for the bus franchise In This statement made to The Times Signal last night by a member In tlie event the sition of the Pioneer Transportation Co. Is not accepted by and soms other company Is awarded the the present franchise un- der which street are operated be It was pointed There will be a special meeting ol city council Monday evening when the recent drafted lishing bus routes for the will be Jt Is understood that this ordinance will meet with little sition In It la explained that this ordinance limply Is n. guide to furnish transportation to parts of town without The ferent routes may bo extended or changed aa need be to serve the greatest number of persons It Is ex- Tlie length of time for tlw and the fare Hill be left open until an agreement 1> reached Hlth the new Council the different com punier Interested In the for their best proposition to maintain service five routes and will the franchise tu tlie with proper cial submitting the best will become of the present street railway system If the bus franchise Is The Signal street car company will have to cease the councilman stated about their Street can arc operated under a are they he and continued the company violated their first In discontinuing service on Sharon avenue line and then again by not continuing service out ROBBERS GET IN TWO ELYRIA STORES i Sept. Four men robbed two chain grocery stores of MOO tonight end escaped after to kill Deputy who trailed them as they flee I toward Mid ho caught the but they forced I chine into the a. ten and one of the leveling s gun at him to Hess but lost them in TO BE AWARDED TO SIR THOMAS NKW Sept. American people have set out to show Sir Thomas ton what they think cf ft good and they had ed they would send bade to this time with a cup worth a whole lot at than the he has tried five times in vain to One mall alone Into the of Mayor James J. Walker today than toward the purchase of America's Sir Thomas Upton in lieu of tho America's which stays In trophy room of the New York Yacht BISHOP LE SNEAR NARD Head of Episcopal Church in Ohio For Forty Years not Recover IHC oviin of robberies and Sept. courage ous but losing fight against deaf the pang i Rocky i MISSING SALESMAN FOUND IN MILWAUKEE Sept. 20-----ID-Paul F. r 37 Tiffin who Cleveland hotel July which has and Morgan counties during the past eral The machine in which the three arrived in Newark was stolen Friday night from a sales agency at O It was FLAMES SWEEP THRU CHICAGO STOCK YARDS Sept. con- stant Icar of Chicago fire blaze In the It brought out nearly half of the city's apparatus on five and one special cull to fight a that estimated to have burned SSO 000 worth of hogs to In the Union pens were kept for several hours keeping the flames from ing tho huge packing plants ROBBERS MISSED BIG END OF GRID RECEIPTS Sept. tn obtain the nue from Rame n Mfr In and hut re- ported to police STEINS OF REAL BEER IN CLEVELAND CLUB Sept. police raiding squad tonight began of raids on alleged liquor of the side men At one of the places the Dan a IT club police women nnd children held stelni of was being waged tonight by William E of the who has been ill for mor than a The 85-jear-oId na for his devotional philanthropic presided the Ohio for more jears prior to retirement from active life last have despaired of w Ing Bishop Leonard's The bishop's condition tonight described by doctors as hovering be tween consciousness and unconscious with the end but a matter o ER SHOT BY BERS S DYING Youths Rode With Him to a Lonely Place in Road Then Shot and Robbed Him Martins Sept. W iam 57. a huckster of rain near shot twice through the stomach and wounded tonight on Ferry by two young waymen who escaped with his day's Police who are investigating the shooting arrested John 13 and Louis 16 According to Chief Wesley man the have confessed Chief said tho prisoners admitted riding with Meeker to a lonely spot on the where they overpowered him with a which led to the He staled the told him when they realized they were about to be captured they threw away their No hope Is held for re- Special Features For Today 1-atest New York pictures 10, section Puzzle problem of thr a new rlr and a new fan zel the nf tobacco hy tion The Art of Jelly Journal section Another chapter of Office 10. tion n new Jack 13. Section Now von tan vour section him to recognize quality In cotton nnd action Another chapter In of Lou 11, section of coming In the llon Fall activities 11. Ion ROB SCHOOL SAFE Sept. School of were taken hy safe ers from a safe In thr office of Scott high school some time during last 83, RUNS DOWN HIS POST 85, WHO IS DYING T veterans of Civil feeble and Infirm with were principals Saturday in an mobile accident which threatens to the life of accident curred near Beverly In Washington when a car driven by William 83, struck S D. 85-year-old Coal Run resident The vision and hearing of both men BIT Impaired who served with the Union army In the Civil ed to see tho feeble who has been his close friend for Botti men are members of the He Is suffering from a sune G. A post at and have been prominent figures tho turned nine against four election officials and a newspaper re- porter In connection with its of alleged Irregularities In conduct of the county board of principally in connection with expenditure of public Jury Investigation which officials hinted may result In additional will hr started Immediately ng the report on Indictments against members of the board of elections Secretary of State Clarence J. Brown suspended all of the board and sent staff Of workers from lumbus to take charge of the tions At the Democratic convention J. Bulkley of nnd George White gubernatorial candidate pledged undying support to each Bulkley seeks Memorial Concert stated that council li to ply the best transportation service possible and for reason and would providing for tut tain If company will agree to furnish thu transportation at a reasonable the com- pany will have to according Vt this After the bus ordinance to establishing the the companies Interested In the will be given ten days or two weeks to submit their propositions will then be considered by council and the award The street railway company ported to It explained that receipts have been growing mince their bus were discontinued and the railway li now as many people aa the two previously The new bus route ordinance vides for five complete through the city linking Putnam Blue avenues on through line; and Ridge Greenwood with to plant 2. of the Co. Bharon Linden Underwood and and on Main ind Main from court 6ant The Terrace line will atoo points on the North and Dresden and Tlw Monroe street line will go to Mill Run and points ft abort distance be- yond the city Instead of Ing to the end of the line ind Ing the same the wilt form a loop at the will you do with street way franchise in the event some com- pany other than the Pioneer Trans- portation Co what you con- a better proposition for the bus was the next will simply cancel the was the The outcome Is very much In the speaker He B STY LESH H IP SEC Many Surprises in Store For Visitors N ATG XE LA 0 AND PA 1 ESS AOE national prohibition laws while White Is regarded by many as a While both party platforms made It obvious that the prohibition on Page N Rl IN AND CASE S 1ANDS OF JURY Y Six Weeks of Testimony and 200 Witnesses Examined in Seattle Case of rapidly thinning of erans In Washington not expected to live M Memorial where he was taken In the Maxwell Ambulance of Beverly lowing the HIi left leg was his crushed and his head was severely The aged Coal Run man did not the approaching car fts he ed the strett In Its cording to Neither did the driver sec him until It too late to avoid the occurred at miles of 8ept 20 of Roy C. former tion and three former charged with corruption and to a federal Jury at 6.37 Other defendants are William M. former sistant and Earl Cor- wln and R. L. The case to the Jury after hlx weeks of More than 200 witnesses were heard and their testimony filled moro than 3.000 pages of typewritten The trial culminated four years of Investigation of the prohibition of- fice by deportment Justice agents Judge Frank H. visiting Jurist from charged the men to the care In ing the he was of than ordinary Whitney and were suspended after their In- a former re- signed several months before the grand Jury met. Tlie prohibition were charged with violation of the smuggling and tariff laws mid with accepting bribes to i influence their official ing With Com- mandery to Cleveland For the first time In history a band will march In the at the eighty-eighth annual conclave Grand Knights of at Cleveland Wednesday attired in Tlie band which will depart from the routine of band uniforms is the Memorial Concert band and It will number nt fifty cording to the band management this Is the first time that a band has appeared in parade In Robert L formerly of this now of is grand com- mander of the Grand and Frank M. Ransbottom of this Is eminent grand captain general and as such is In charge of the rade which will move promptly 2 30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon As an honor to Grand Captain General Gyrene Commandery of Zanesville will march In the first di- vision of the Detroit Com- No 1 will head this The Coshocton and Cambridge will also In this di- Eminent Sir Harry J. of No. 10. has been as aide to the grand captain and Eminent Sir Charles J. also of No. 10. will be one of the The parade will move In five divisions with some fifty com- In line and 2t bands and three drum Following the rade the will mass for the playing or Christian and this number will not be used at any other time during the The program for the day will close with grand ball in the Frank M. grand cap- Mln Is leaving Sunday lor Cleveland to attend the ol the Ohio Grand Commandery and on Tuesday a large number will motor to Cleveland to attend tho Cyrene with fully one hundred and accompanied by tho will leave here by special akin to mother In kitchen tho day before or marks In retail business district as preparations go forward for the annual Style Show of merchants an- for Wednesday Un- veiling of the windows announcer for 7 the event on the and after this the of the many stores Vill be thrown for Uie of new fall for women and Each store will have its own show with living modela Advance that there will Be musical nnd entertainment la while at others the radio will called to Tha stores will remain until 9-30 Ample are being made to take care of breaking no will evening taking In new There will be many for the whole of southeastern Ohio has been All the are making elaborate for the decorations are being arranged as before there an air of mystery about as each merchant deavors to outdo hla neighbor In elaborateness and TRIO LOCAL HEROIC BATTLE GOES ON TO SAVE LIFE OF THE VICTIM OF DEADLY MALADY 5ept. on within the of anil more than for the doctors Into thr nf thr chest vi cannot .Mr In. A nurse I- flU In a of h the scene at St. For and nights college en- In thr Mir Is victim of Infantile and her body do not Mr Into the on hrr turned fhr off for trn hU been located at e former had left a rote on ed that She moved her H hit mid feet Jot n not the MM Dr. John FranrS manti tn Her mrk hj little over x werk thr III at M. thr tim of a rare form of shr may nerd the for hope U a Shr had Juice coffer fur breakfast tills This had the appetite for for the Thr known as the Is Ilir of kind In II to the hv Jr. In LAW LG TERM Don Richard Lefevre and Ronald Miller ed in Law Department The standards for entrance to of Harvard are ex- almost In order to restrict the number at this fact been no handicap to three boys who have the Donald P. the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Forest who his bachelor degree at lln In is on the roster of freshman as is also Ronald a brother of Ray Mr. Miller graduated from the Arts college of the University of In June and captured the honors of his Richard train over the Pennsylvania lines the son of Mr. Mrs. V. C. JOT I who graduated from Wittenberg at Springfield in June Is alao among the freshmen at Harrard The classes were opened UM mous school during the pat and the many of local trio will be pleased to koow UM boys have suited In on grind and will to them the beet city The special leave here at 6-30 On the return trip the special will leave Cleveland at 10 30 Harvard ROBBERS GET FROM TWO SHOE STORES Sept obtained in shoe store late Cohen and his were counting Uie of their the robbers entered and forced them to hand ever SSM Max proprietor of another i lare A Mu r a clerk locked In the home 18 nou holdup men took from Coroner My BODY TAKEN FROM LAKE the verdict Sept. 30. i today 60 mining from
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