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   Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1937, Circleville, Ohio                                A r THE DAILY HERALD CIRCLEVILLE OHIO Friday September 17 1937 ASSAILS TO ALTER STITUTIQN lent Others To Talk In Defense Of judiciary Reform Today IKE KING TO SPEAK Community Club Plans ByLaws Constitution Escapes Then Slays t denberg and Ickes On Schedule IK Sept Roosevelt Secretary Harold L Ickes foes of the administrations judiciary program ob thc 150th anniversary the Constitution today with bearing on the pos of revival of the supreme ssue Sen William E Borah R Ida constitutional expert and in the fight against the court plan opened last night with a radio in which he declared that Judiciary was es to democracy and flayed tendencies at home and declared that America would surrender or compromise individual initiative which By S D FRIDLET Phone Ashvilla 79 A frKW i lours alter he iintl escaped from the mental i ward of a Detroit hospital Ro 1 bert Pawlowski TG beat to I death 40yearold Pauline Regal j whose home was looting WICHITA LEAVES AIRPLANES OTHER GOODS AT PORT SAN PEDRO Calif Sept UP governmentowned freighter Wichita was bound for the crowning characteristic of i Maniia today without the cargo of people He assailed those who I munitions and airplanes with the Constitution to every whlch lt started Out for Hong of President to Speak The nationwide observance day will be climaxed by President Roosevelt he goes to the foot of the Washington monument to speak views on constitutional govern How far the president would toward indicating his future In regard to the judiciary Jemained uncertain Mr Roosevelt speaks The two cases of revolvers two of cartridges and 19 fast mail planes which were revlilv convertible into Chinese bombers were unloaded here to avert the first crisis arising from President Roosevelts ban on transportation of war shipments In government boats Capt John Valentine Redmond i the Wichitas skipper said the ear briefly was unloaded on orders from earlier at Antietam battlefield in the Roosevelt lino which leased site of a decisive battle L rf the Civil War 75 years ago observers believed that jp the controversy arising from vgharges that newlyappointed As yr soclate Justice Hugo L Black Is the ship from the government Ho said the action was a result of fears that the ship might become involved in far eastern hostilities and not as a result of the presi dents embargo member of the Ku Klux Klan I The Wichita already had start would cause the president to avoid ed her from Baltimore The regular semimonthly meet ing of the Ashville Community Club was held Wednesday evening at the Scioto Valley Creamery din ing room with an attendance of 22 a few short of the usual 30 or more The good food wag in evi dence well served and enjoyed by the members The matter of mem bership was discussed and a plan worked out to know in advance the number of members who can be present at each meeting This is to eliminate waste in serving the banquet By invitation of Mayor Mar gulis Miss Roberta Cromley was present and played a couple of ac cordion selections Committees were appointee to do several things which need doing among them the drafting of constitution and bylaws the old ones seem not to be in evidence The organiza tion apparently is functioning fine with prospects of getting things done which need doing A sh v n i e Telephone Veteran One of our former home town boys was here a few days since and of course we had to give him some of the third degree stuff same as the others get Asked him what he had been doing all these years and how long he had been at It and how it all came about that he happened to be a telephone allaround worker Be cause he always liked to talk a lot though he sure would make a great success saying hello and most everything else This was Clarence Swoyers reason as he remembered it why he became a telephone worker He applied for a job with the Bell Telephone peo ple and they sent him on to Chi cago to learn all about how tele phones were made and how to fix them when needing repair Then on to Tacoma Wash after spend ing a year at Chicago Here he was in for another year The girls in Tacoma were fine but Colum bus had just one that had em all beat So he came back home hitched up and has been tele phoning In Columbus for the last 28 years 30 in all He likes his work and hopes to stay to the fin ish The Bell people may have some chaps just as fine as Clar ence but not finer He Is a real booster and gets things done ROSS COUNTIAN ARRESTED AFTER CUHING AFFRAY On The Air CHILL1COTHE Sept Stratton Route 5 surrendered to Sheriff Joseph Vincent Thursday and denied a charge of cutting with intent to kill his neighbor Lorenzo Sanford He was bound to the grand jury under bond and committed to the county jail until it was provided Sanford suffered a cut across the top of the head that required eight clamps to close a cut on the left hip requiring 15 clamps a cut on the left lg that took five clamps a cut on the right corner of the mouth that was closed with i POWELL AGAIN GUEST STARS three stitches a stab wound in the Dick Powell sings again with FRIDAY NIGHT EST Good Neighbor League Dinner NBC EST President Roose velt Constitution Day address NBC CBS and MBS Green la bor talli CSS SATURDAY AFTERNOON 230 Barn Dance from Denmark NBC KST Champion Stakes and Jerome Handicap from Belmont Race Track MBS EST Fighting Crime Samuel Seabury CBS LUTHERANS HAVE LUNCH PROGRAM THURSDAY NIGHT The Lutheran brotherhood had an interesting meeting Thursday evening with a soup supper belling and talks having their parts in the program R L Brehmera corps of work era dished out the food which con sisted of chili soup coffee and to mato juice The refreshments had just been finished when the meeting was in terrupted by a beiling party for Mr and Mrs Charles Walters The couple was handcuffed A bowl of soup divided between the bride and bridegroom The talks scheduled for the eve ning Included one by Dr G J Troutman on Quit Yourselves Like Larry Athey on a Jour ney through the Heinz plant E E Wolf on the recent convention in Greenville E E Senten brenner on a recent trip through Cumberland Gap to the Norris dam and the skyline drive 0 A Hungarian edict forces Gyp sies of that nation to bathe at least once n month left arm at the elbow a bite on the right arm broken nose and a swollen right jaw The fight is alleged to have grown out of Stratums belief that Sanford was attempting to win away Mrs Stratton The Strattons have six children adults two of them by and wife Miss Julia Barnes John Barnes son and two daugh ters Mrs Charles Ruth her daugh ters and husbands The trip was made by auto and required two nights driving The deceased was a daughter of George and Mrs Dolby who have spent about 30 years in Boys Reformatory Schools Ashville to them is the old home town Healthers Visit Dr H D Blackburn and Miss Hunsicker county doctor and Sherry nurse visited the Ashville school Thursday They examined all the pupils for defects Ashville Werner Janssens 38plece radio or chestra next Sunday Sept 19 This is Powells third appearance on the program as a guest star with Janssen Powell will do several tunes from the current hit list during this broadcast over the NBC blue natwork at EST includingone or two from his re cent pictures Janssen features one of his spe cially arranged paraphrases in the orchestral prog ramthis one of tunes from the operetta Madame Sherry Complete details of the orches tra program follow So You Wont Sing from Life of the Party Roses in December from Life of the Party Priests and Priestesses and Dancers Mediterranean Paraphrase from M a d a m e 126 to O S U One hundred and twentysix pu pils from Ashville are planning a visit to Ohio State university Sat urday the 25 Ashville direct reference to the court issue In the last 48 hours Mr Roose Velt has been spending additional time on the when the order was made and shippers believed it was exempt from the embargo After the unloading the ships speech leading to that possibly the coursc was changed and instead of controversy had resulted in to Hong Kong by the revisions shorter great circle way through Japanese waters she will go through the American corridor by way of Hawnil VVnkp Inland and Guam At Manila she will un load 9000 tons or SURIV There was a shipment of barbed wire still aboard but the skipper said it was for fences around the Borahs address was a prelude to three other speeches today by of the presidents court plan Sen Edward R Burke D Neb traveled to the Great Black hills memorial at Mount Rush more S D where under the im ages of Washington Jefferson Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt Caribou ranches in the Philippines he denounced suggestions that the j and for barbpd wire entangle presidents judiciary bill would be i ments revived 0 Sen William H King D Utah ppeaks at Richmond Va Sen Arthur R Vandenberg R Mich at Detroit Secretary Ickes at Pittsburgh in defense of administrations attitude to Vrard the supreme court Borah Hits Hitler V F W TO NAME OFFICIAL STAFF TUESDAY EVENING Personal Items E F Schlegel attended yester day at Columbus a district meet ing of undertakers Clyde Brinker and Harold Silbaugh form a part of the amusement conces sions at the Canal Winchester American Legion Festival with their bingo game Our streets are yet being improved receiving a coating of tarvia and cover gravel Charles Cloud and Grover Cline with their wives got nway from Ashville early yester day morning for western Kansas We expect to get a line of Indian stories on their return in about ten days Mrs Alice Gatton is visiting at the home of Miss Sally Shannon and her sister Mrs Ida Bowman near Duvall Attend Funeral Those who attended the funeral of Miss Mary Dolby at Geneva 111 this week were Mrs William Valentine Sam Dolby Claude Do School Forms Club The sixth grade of the Ashville school has formed a History Club in their room The elected officers are President Gene Tosca secre tary Reva Smith treasurer Leon Kibbee The pupils gather news of the day and keep the events in scrapbooks Asfivlllp Store Rented C W Squire has rented his store building on Long street which was formerly occupied by the Red and White to Mrs D E Jonas for her club room There seems nothing else to do in the Mediterranean but treat submarines as pirate craft and sink em on suspicion They should all have been sunk by agreement after the last war RAND Theatre TON1GHT and SATURDAY BOB STEELE in THE RED ROPE News Comedy Serial STARTS SUNDAY The Prince the Pauper Protect Your Eyesight FOR THE BEST GLASSES AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE CONSULT SHAPIROS EVERY TUESDAY from in the MORNING until in the EVENING AND SATURDAY from in the MORNING until in the EVENING OPTOMETRIST ami OPTICIAN ALL LENSES regardless of whether you pay or will be serviced even If you break one or two lenses during the years time TONITE SATURDAY AFTER ALL There Is Nothing Like Good Butter tfrlze of Ohio State Fair for Eleven Consecutive Yean all independent WESTERN FURY UNLEASHED MiKill DOUBLE BILL J 8 OCLOCK Coffee The Largest Seller Lb Bag 49 1 lb Bag19c BOKAR COFFEE lb White HOUJW tall Sat Painted Stallion SunMonTuesWed WITH THE LIVES OF HUNDREDS AT STAKE This One Man Said Who Should Live and Who Should Die JUfi wfth FRANCES DEE Henry WILCOXON HARRY CAREY Olyrape BfiADNA ffmufml Pianrts Added News and Betty Boop Evap Milk 4 Choc Vanilla Sparkle 5pkgs Roll Butter Ann Fruit Preserves 2 19c Ik Jar worth of prizes Retail Values Offered In 18 Weekly Contests See A A P Manager for Details WILL PAY lc ABOVE MARKET FOR EGGS Borah criticized Nari emissaries in foreign lands Following additional orders M statements frorn natjonal headquarters mem from high German sources that bers of lhe post Vet erans of Foreign Wars will nomi nate officers next Tuesday at 8 p m to hold a nomination at regular meeting were can celled after word was received that be protected but if not they will be tried in independent courts and officers now Q election will be held in October in stallation in November The new LOST CONSTITUTION FOUND offlcers wil1 serve until April j CLEVELAND UP Officials L All members are urged to at of the Ripon Club an organization of young Republicans had searrh ed for six years for the clubs lost constitution Several former offi cers had been accused of hiding the document Then Fred T former city employe found among his political rouvenirn it Minced Ham LB EUCHRE PARTY IN ASHVILLE Room 124 Long St TUESDAY NIGHT SEPT 21 Plenty Prizes D E JONAS PUT THAT PHONE BACK TWILL PAY YOU DIVIDENDS IN SATISFACTION AND CONTENTMENT 116 E MAIN ST Pressed Ham LB Large Angel Food CAKE NECTAR TEA S PEANUT BUTTER 2 Jt 29c Shortening SPRY O can Jars Q Mason Jars P lona Pork B A P Salad Dre Tomato doz 59c 3 cans 20c ssing Qt jar 29c p 14 oz btl lOc Wholesome NUTLEY OLEO 2 23c In Cartons PURE LARD 2 29c Sunnyfleld Family or Pastry FLOUR sack 85c Fruits and Vegetables Grapes K 3 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