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   Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 4, 1923, Sandusky, Ohio                                - / THE WEATHER r --, LOCALi THUNDER STORMS MONDAY NIGH T, TUESDAY; COOLER HJESDAY'. SUPREME 'lift ; IK ITS TIIELD GOOD Em Only flVfe more days tiftift iBftiA mcT resort iteaflon* opens  ftlltf'tti bathinr girls wHl be in' thilt* FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR. 14 PAGES Charges SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1923. * * Uaily. a Cents Saturday, 5,Cents NUMBER 20 LABOR CHIEFTAINS II\I CHICAGO MUST SERVE }AIL TERMS Wealthy Kansas City Brok-ec's Body Found on Rail- ' road Tracks. '   KANSAS CITY. !Mo.. June 1- Police invcstigas cari-yhig liquor within American waters. Treasury officials aro preparing or-di.rs to the customs service to cn�oi-co without exception or deviation the di-aslie  regulations  promulgated by Sees No I)an,t;er. CHICAGO. June -t -.Vnierican school hi-iories are fundamentally sound and truthful, NVilliam B. t>wen, president e'l' tho National V'.dvication assi.H-iatioii said todavt in answer to charges brought by David vS. Hirsehfiel.,1 in New York that pro-Uritish teiKleticies are ctoeping into school text books. "rfo loii^; as piofossiona! educators are in cliar,c" of censoring and selecting our text Vuioks there is no d-.vnger of the eliildrcn being instructed unfairly or Incorrectly," Owen said. Tlio l'\v;luan Sisters and subordinate lodge were escorteil from the K. of 1'. hall by G.iriield Company uniforiiie.f r.-mk. Tlie services, con-duetod by the Rev. N. It. H'. Moor, were expressive of sentimel-it of 'great beauty. T>ie sermon was � based upon the words of Jesus, "1 ' go to prepare a i>Uico   for   you." Secretary MeUon for making effec-' Music was by the church choir, tive tho supreme court decision that'    I'-ythians kvt from tho ranks of no ships can bring liquor inside the: Saudusk three mi At   lilt limit. samt>  tiui. state iy liOdgo No. Ills., K. o,{ P. ^ durin.g  VJ-y:  were    Joseph    Cohen, depart-', .July 1?;; .lohn L. Wetzier. Septem- ment official.', tleotily concrncd   In'r 2; Fred Bauman, fiiepteniiier 21: over the nianmr hi wbu'h tho troas-i Charles Kubach, Ncvembrr 1,    No ury iKiioi-od the lu-olests of seven, loss was suffered bv '^ono Temple a'urn To i'aue �i-No. 3.)        i No. SG, l^yUiliin Sisters, News Highlights SANOl SKY ANi> VICIMTV Wliilfit'ld's blue Jordan auto stopped over   Sunday   night in Sandusky. Lively City commission session expected lato Monda.v allernnon. Mercur.v registers at UO .Mon- dity, hottest day of suuuner. tJKNKRAL NEWS Girl killed by Cleveland pullte chasing tillcged auto tlili'vcs. l.iipicr resulaiions issued b.v Mellon striiigeut. Probo murder   of   pK.�mincnt wo'jteru broker. Wayne-st Property Ownt,, Would Withdraw Names^l Sign Protest; Possibility of "fireworks" b�>| ing touched off at the city cob nnsslon  meeting  late Mond.., nfternoon was Indicated earltiei>| in the day. .V new angle in the filling static mixup developed Monday naornlr. when it w-as hinted that one or mbfl property owners who signed a lion for the erection of the pro6|f,,>. station at E. Park and "Wayra-ai wero expected to present affldavl asking permission to withdraw th? signatures and affix them to a pr test against the plans of the con pany awning the site. A permit for the station has be^l Issued by the city on recommend tion of the city engineer who cert tied that a sufficient aiunlier ,i. liroperty owners had given conseol Manager Sadler said   the   permf wa.'i issued with the express Pr vision that the ordinanco terms met wliich he declares the CQmpaiif caimot do  unless favorable actio is taken in its   petition   for   a| amendment permitting the bulldini to be erected within 33 feet of t|j lot lino. It was also stated that propert owners on Veniee-rd inside the ;Clt; limits contemplate asking >the con mission to delay paving plans j the higiiway until a sewer is coi structed in the street. City Ma ager Siidler contends tlint sewe.^ may be constructed after the.pfl^| ing is down. He says now is thft'it) to pave as' tiie county wyi at half of fhe expense. To delay�,t paving might be fatal to the clj intere.sts, tho manager said Mo? morning. HOTTEST OF l^EAR The highest temperature of tlj� ; summer was wglatered on Mon*' day, the mercury hitting thf' W,-degrees mark at 3 o'clock an4 was e.speoted to go a trifle hlghw") before roceedlng, Weather For*-', caster Cooper said. ,^ Sonte consolation 1r found tntfjj tho announcoment that TU((i circus day, likely will li� iv~ cooler due to thund,er '�M predicted for Mob ' 24 95 11371459   

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