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Marion Star, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1933, Marion, Ohio EATHER THE MARION STAR HOME EDITION Atacx-latrd Prru Internal.onal Lailtd MARION. OHIO. TUESDAY. SEPTEMFKR 26. 19SS. TWELVE FACES THREE CENTS. COUNCIL HITSBEHIND BARS E CO. PLAN .-c-nt of Excess by City i :i- ON ORDERED I To Learn j Crmolies With fi :h? method i Uajf Abated; today af- -rdrrodj -rir.ine The cash sub-: the first; rv.- which '.he o i-.nv most of DESPERADO 1 COUNCIL AGAIN SEES HOPE FOR CUT IN WATER RATES "Machine Gun" Kelly Arrest- ed by Federal Officers in Memphis. Term. IS ROUTED FROM BED Safety First Ohio Knights of Pythias Pay Tribute To Harding M.U KK1.1.V WOMAN HURT IN CAR CRASH invff tigation. Mnrion tele-: payment- until: instead Man Arrested After ive been deter-! R rf Q wj current hills on ,-r.a-.: appears i Upper Sanduskians. j an indication j ____ ___ INTOXICATION CHARGED. Extent of Victim's Injuries Can Not Be Determined at Present. Lives of three Upper Sar.dusky 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 Louis: Kirts. nigth patrolman who wit-: nessed the accident, and this morn- 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 Doan's car, suffered neck injuries when! her head was thrown against the! 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. Mrs.! Grover Pierson. a small daughter; of Mrs. Samplers and two of Mrs Pierson's children, all of Upper' Sandusky. They suffered only: minor injuries, it was reported.: They had driven here to shop. Mrs. Sampley said. Backing from Curb i As Mrs. Sampley backed from parking space on East Center'- 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 he- hind and shoved it ahead in'.o Patrolman Kirts' car. which was parked ahead. Mrs. Sampley said. The Sampley and Doan car? were considerably damaged. FIVE PRISONERS IN BREAK AT MANSFIELD' Four Caught Soon After Es-. cape But Fifth Eludes Searchers. I "MANSFIELD, o., Sept. 26--The last of five prisoners who sawed-, their way through ventilator bars. to escape from the Mansfield re-i formatory was still at liberty today after eluding- nearly a score of guards and officers all night in ri densely wooded tract northeast of the citv. Reformatory officials identifier the fugitive as Victor Palmer. of Cincinnati, sentenced for hur- Cuban rr.ili- glary and larceny. His four com- .-Ter.sthened to- j panions in the break, all of the govern- i were held in correction crK 'he American today after being rounded up a-d of plans shortly after the escape. They were Steve Komirk. 20. sen- tenced for burglary and auto Charles Foote. 21, robbery: Jarr.es Rna. 18. operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent, and Eueene Wonn. IS. robbery. Ordered M. Patton i ---r.t pinn n j? in com- ordor- in the! rate; r-i-dered to j his; inc: of two or' of: one -r rorr.miuee. in company's. excess rate j 40-month to May 3. 1931.- a.- a "raw deal i hit inn 1'n-sented .int: most detailed; arne from the citizens' i r.ittee which submitted adopted earlier; the mayor, city! I to taks to compel th6j pany to "comply. r. order of Ihe fed-j pay all persons en-1 in cash." i 'his resolution to V.Y.bur Jacoby, secre-' read a copy j "-irt entry ordering (i-sn-.ed the follow-: "Ordered that i r.-. prepare and file i :k of this court on or an account; due from it to j the pro rata I to eacn -or before the! V. :'v4. file with the evidence of its paid to iU cus-1 due each, so j to do so. that the or-1 he "paid" by. rp.fh payment.- -i- payment over a w-.-.iid not enable to the court i hrer. paid by v rr..i--n-d. he had writ- for the state! for a copy of the re-1 nii'-d on Eight FEARS "CHANGE; AMERICAN POLICY: Forces Strengthened s Reach Govern- Heads. j fi- lii.. Will Be Returned To Oklahoma To Face Trial in Urschel Case. fl? The M- t K. -Machine Our.'.' ado of the so'.iiiht in connection witi1. the kidr.api.nc; Charles Oklahoma mar. and on robbery Mirrenjerfd to offi.vrs who bim IP. a roomir.p house here early today After talking A a department of justice operative Polirp Chief Will D. Lee nn- nounced there was no about the identity of the pnsonrr as Kelly. Arrested with the outlaw were a woman. ?aid was his w.fe. Kathryn Kelly. -9. snd two rr.cn described as J. R. Tichr.or. 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 Serpeant W. J. said Kelly appeared a: the of the home with a Kelly Surrenders i "Drop that Kelly." said he told him. Kelly peacefully P'.it up nnd surrendered. "I have been waiting for night." Raney quoted him "Well, wg are Raney's answer. At the police station, Police Chief Le? said Kelly admitted his identi'y but refused to talk. Chief.'' he was quoted as saying, "I'm not-talking about anythinp." Later. smiling broadly and smokinp one. cigaret after another, Kelly remained defiant in another interview with police. As Chief Lee walked into his he demanded: "Who are "I'm Chief Lee." was the reply. "Give me a. light, was Kelly's response. Noticing the fugitive's yellow hair, Lcc asked: "When did you dye your Called Best Insurance State Industrial Commu- Member U Speaker. i Lodge Holds Ceremony at Memorial; Degree It Con- j Safety s-ui i rat'.v !M.- I ri-.i.-triiil ora a and ferred at Tomb. as tconomical Wt'rr by Thomas M.l W the m-j :n an limner r.ieetir.K of 1-S; civic troup n-.cir.bJT? and j in Hotel llniding1 The dinner meeting was one ot the Runs in Marlon conn-! ty's firs: safety drive, spar.sorcu by the Y's Men's Service club and: the division nf sati-ty and hyciene; o: the state industrial commission.' Homage Hardir.R. their oiiic: noon by :i the Malf of Pv'.hia- The Star :t after accidents and keeping check 6 Pn them. i and "Gullible's Travels Mr. Gregory cited figures show- ing the industrial commission pays j out about month j for compensation, hospltalization 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- tributors to the state industrial in-j surance fund. Mr. Kearns pointed to the death rate by accidents In the country, 1 which he said Is 90.000 persons an- nually, as an example where safety work could make great Fully 90 pe.r 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 Crrnn YOJ'.K. wh" ip'li't! thai there much (iiffrrrncr between Mich. i'THl New Yoik. be- both he-Kin with nn has Is long fiis-ht tubcr- The Vean, six-foot humorist who made "You know me Al." find who became a ranking figure of Amer- ican literature, died suddrnlv nt hlB East Hampton, Long "That.'s 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. "Ma- chine Gun" Kelly, immediately aL'reed to return to Oklahoma City 10 face charges in connection with the kidnapins 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 fi33 industrial arcidentn In L a r 382 industrial accidents have been yenri. wi'h reported. also including two; .spectre drawlnB fatalities. The public and industry are 3; coming to the realization that i Continued on Tnge Eight Merchants Play Big Part In Cooking School Merchants of Marion play an irn- i i portant part In The Marlon Star's steadily clo-ser. his hum'T flowed on laughs to. ihe faces of who saw on the n. fot tv.oi IJllOr-tt'il by t'hsn Sparks. Ml Sp.-uks. In th.. iKVSll'tl, II Wllii-'l usfil by the liile .liulKe Justii-e nt the i-osiventlon In In Mini ettn. ReiKi S. of KK'ilerli'k, M.I. Hllpieme vlrr rhdm .scheduled to lake jmtl in sensuin l-iit In nil nutomotMie Ho-iilent In ton. 11. I', mui ju even'.eil fn-ir. H'1 heliexe.l to have- been seriously Ml. plnre nn the wan lak.-ii by William 1-' Hnice of Ml. r.ilemt. fm veins 11 member of the lixig11- whvi the '-.-inn: tlon. Kleld Ilcpiity Only mutters of roulim- ImsinrM" were up this mninmu. M' Spin ks sal.I Wednemlnv. the "H veiitloii will be nuked In a proposal fl'r eHtiihllKhinx n of field deputy, to visit Dhlu In.lKei ntul Ilirmberiilill'. ponenln .'f the mensme i-.-nli-ml the ilepiiiv'.- work wonM for support UH twn Pythian hmiien. Its oppijiipntR. bowevi-r. n.isert thr ri-nulln woul'l not warrant the expense ru-cei to maintain the flcUl deputy. Tonight's program ronglsted of drill contest by PythUn 8U i tent In The 6Ur auditorium, Ing Ht R 30 p. m.. follownd by dance. Twenty-five Ohio I" MnrUm nttemling the con- vention, were gueiits of the Marlon County liar n 1'inch- ,-on to-lav in H'-tel Hi" 2.', n.rmlx-r.i of the met with Ihe out-of-lown nlt..rii'-yn. Oontthen III t'bnrge for ll.e w-ic iiiii'le by Alfred JMnltnei. prrsldent of the ccnniiiitliro cnnMistlni'. of Hull hart an'l Howurd Uuih'-iy tl.MtVKV M. SNVUKK Thr new tNimpntlon here. He I'. of Ml. Mr. Snjilrr Krund rlimicrlltir. "Elmer the c.rent" and then ".Tune Moon." and to older tena of thousands who rend hU "Story of Man." "Ixive XeRl" Jind afl-r -nrt disease, complicated by r :ii-m'-nts. was given by i.i. the city by May.., c. W. U. Hrown. mnnnxer of Hi" cham- ber
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