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Times Signal (Newspaper) - September 21, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio Section One MAIN NEWS SECTION SUNDAY TIMES-SIGNAL THE WEATHER Suntfaj. cloudy. pC-Hbtttty at ttfht local reached Hlth the new conipam. Council the different com punier Interested In furnshliij: the for their best proposition to maintain qurnt service ovrr five routes and will mvurd the franchise tu tlie with proper finan- cial backing, submitting the best proportion. "What will become of the present street railway system If the bus franchise Is passed." The Times- Signal Inquired. street car company will have to cease operation." the councilman stated "How about their franchise? Street can arc operated under a fran- chise, are they he explained, and continued 'But the company violated their fran- chise, first In discontinuing service on Sharon avenue line and then again by not continuing service out ROBBERS GET IN TWO ELYRIA STORES i Elyrla Sept. Four men robbed two chain grocery stores of MOO tonight end escaped after thrca.- to kill Deputy Sicrirr Clayior Hew? who trailed them as they flee I toward Cleveland. Mid ho caught the but they forced I chine into the a. ten and one of the men. leveling s gun at hl described by doctors as hovering be tween consciousness and unconscious ness, with the end but a matter o lime. ER SHOT BY BERS S DYING Youths Rode With Him to a Lonely Place in Road Then Shot and Robbed Him Martins Ferry. Sept. W iam Meeker, 57. a huckster of Cole- rain near here, shot twice through the stomach and wounded cirltlcally tonight on Colcraln-Mar- tlns Ferry pike, by two young high- waymen who escaped with his day's earnings. Police who are investigating the shooting arrested John Woods. 13 and Louis Sproul. 16 According to Chief Wesley Muhle- man the have confessed crime. Chief Muhleman said tho prisoners admitted riding with Meeker to a lonely spot on the highway, where they overpowered him with a strug- gle, which led to the shooting. He staled the told him when they realized they were about to be captured they threw away their loot. No hope Is held for Mcekcr's re- covery. Special Features For Today 1-atest New York pictures 10, section two. Puzzle problem of thr luckj fisherman, a new cross-word puz- rlr and a new fan zel page, bectlon one. SolvInK the nf tobacco hy paRr. Ac- tion one. The Art of Jelly Journal puce, section two. Another Interrstlnr, chapter of "The Office 10. Ac- tion two. "Brnthers.-ln Love" n new Jack 13. Section two. Now von tan "hanj; up" vour p.iRe, section one. Blnntets, him to recognize quality In cotton nnd four, action too. Another chapter In "The l.lfr of Lou 11, section Gllmpsr of coming In the >ec- llon tno. Bo> Fall activities 11. Ion ROB SCHOOL SAFE Toledo. Sept. School of J117J26 were taken hy safe break- ers from a safe In thr office of Scott high school some time during last night. VETERAN, 83, RUNS DOWN HIS POST BUDDY, 85, WHO IS DYING T >WO veterans of Civil war. both) feeble and Infirm with age. were principals Saturday in an nuto- mobile accident which threatens to the life of one. accident oc- curred near Beverly In Washington county, when a car driven by William Dlxon', nged 83, struck S D. Farns- worth. 85-year-old Coal Run resident The vision and hearing of both men BIT Impaired DUon. who served with the Union army In the Civil fail- ed to see tho feeble comrade, who has been his close friend for jcars. Botti men are members of the He Is suffering from a complication] sune G. A R- post at Beverly, and have been prominent figures (n tho turned nine against four election officials and a newspaper re- porter In connection with its Inves- of alleged Irregularities In conduct of the county board of elec- tions, principally in connection with expenditure of public funds. gwnd Jury Investigation which officials hinted may result In additional will hr started Monday. Immediately follow- ng the report on Indictments against members of the board of elections Secretary of State Clarence J. Brown suspended all emplovts of the board and sent staff Of workers from Co- lumbus to take charge of the elec- tions office. At the Democratic convention Robtrt J. Bulkley of Cleveland, sen- atorial nominee, nnd George White Marietta, gubernatorial candidate pledged undying support to each other. Bulkley seeks repeal, Memorial Concert stated that council li to sup- ply the best transportation service _f, possible and for reason oat- lined, and would providing for tut ortr tain streets. If company will agree to furnish thu transportation at a reasonable fare, the com- pany will have to go, according Vt this Informant. After the bus ordinance to establishing the routes, the different' companies Interested In the will be given ten days or two weeks to submit their propositions. -f propositions will then be considered by council and the award The street railway company ported to councllmen. It explained that receipts have been growing mince their bus were discontinued and the railway li now sertlng as many people aa the two previously did. The new bus route ordinance pro- vides for five complete through the city linking Putnam Blue avenues on through line; and Brlgthou. Ridge Greenwood nues. with conectlons to plant Ho. 2. of the Hazel-Atlas Co. Bharon and. Linden avenues; Underwood and Pine-streets, and on Main ind Main streets, from court 6ant park. The Terrace line will atoo points on the North and Dresden and roaita. Tlw Monroe street line will go to Mill Run and points ft abort distance be- yond the city limits. Instead of go- Ing to the end of the line ind retilm- Ing the same route, the busea wilt form a loop at eaUi terminal. the Hazel-Atlas plant." will you do with street rail- way franchise in the event some com- pany other than the Pioneer Trans- portation Co submits, what you con- sider, a better proposition for the bus was the next question. "Council will simply cancel the franchise." was the reply. The outcome Is very much In doubt., the speaker agreed. He B STY LESH G.DE H IP SEC Many Surprises in Store For Visitors .On..Wednesday N ATG XE LA 0 AND PA 1 ESS AOE national prohibition laws while White Is regarded by many as a dry. While both party platforms made It obvious that the prohibition (Continued on Page Three) N Rl IN AND CASE S 1ANDS OF JURY Y Six Weeks of Testimony and 200 Witnesses Examined in Seattle Case of Infirmities. rapidly thinning rnnks of wnr vet- erans In Washington county. Farns-Aorth !s not expected to live M Memorial hospital. Marietta, where he was taken In the Maxwell ftnd Mlndllng Ambulance of Beverly fol- lowing the accident. HIi left leg was broken, his pcHls crushed and his head was severely cut. The aged Coal Run man did not the approaching car fts he cross- ed the strett rllrectly In Its path, ac- cording to witnesses. Neither did the driver sec him until It wns too late to avoid the accident, -ahlch occurred at Coivl Run, iKverM miles wjuth of Bei'-rly. Seattle. V.'aAh 8ept 20 of Roy C. Lyle. former prohibi- tion administrator, and three former assistants, charged with corruption and bribery'. w-as to a federal Jury at 6.37 today. Other defendants are William M. Whitney, former as- sistant and Earl Cor- wln and R. L. Fryant. ex-agents. The case wns subtnitt'd to the Jury after hlx weeks of testimony. More than 200 witnesses were heard and their testimony filled moro than 3.000 pages of typewritten transcript. The trial culminated four years of Investigation of the prohibition of- fice by deportment o! Justice agents Judge Frank H. Norcross. visiting Jurist from Nevada, charged the Jury- men to use- the uunoit care In decid- ing the case, which, he said, was of "more than ordinary Importance." Lyle, Whitney and Corwln were suspended Immedlntely after their In- dictment, Frynnt. a former agent, re- signed several months before the grand Jury met. Tlie prohibition were clflcally charged with violation of the prohibition, smuggling and tariff laws mid with accepting bribes to i influence their official acts. Go- ing With Cyrepe Com- mandery to Cleveland For the first time In history a band will march In the paradr at the eighty-eighth annual conclave Grand Commandery, Knights Tem- plar of Ohio, at Cleveland Wednesday attired in tutedos Tlie band which will depart from the routine of reg- ulation band uniforms is the Zanes- vlllo Memorial Concert band and It will number nt lea-t fifty pieces. Ac- cording to the band management this Is the first time that a band has appeared in parade In tuxedos. Robert L Quclsser, formerly of this city, now of Cleveland, is grand com- mander of the Grand Commandery. and Frank M. Ransbottom of this cltv Is eminent grand captain general and as such is In charge of the pa- rade which will move promptly 2 30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon As an honor to Grand Captain General Ranibottom. Gyrene Commandery of Zanesville will march In the first di- vision of the Detroit Com- manUery No 1 will head this divis- ion. The Coshocton and Cambridge commandcrles will also In this di- vision. Eminent Sir Harry J. Rlcbe-, of Cyrcnc No. 10. has been selected] as aide to the grand captain genera: and Eminent Sir Charles J. Wltt- llngcr. also of No. 10. will be one of the buglers. The parade will move In five divisions with some fifty com- manderlcs In line and 2t bands and three drum corps. Following the pa- rade the will mass for the playing or "Onward Christian Sol- and this number will not be used at any other time during the program. The program for the day will close with a, grand ball in the evening. Frank M. Ransbottom. grand cap- Mln general. Is leaving Sunday lor Cleveland to attend the neszlon ol the Ohio Grand Commandery and on Tuesday a large number will motor to Cleveland to attend tho sessions. Cyrene Commandery. with fully one hundred swords, and accompanied by tho will leave here by special Mystery, akin to mother In kitchen tho day before or Christmas, marks In retail business district as preparations go forward for the annual Style Show of Zaneivllle merchants an- nounccd for Wednesday evening. Un- veiling of the windows announcer for 7 o'clock, the event on the program, and after this the of the many stores Vill be thrown for Uie dliplay of new fall for men, women and children. Each store will have its own show with living modela enter-f talument. Advance that there will Be musical nnd entertainment la llshmcnta. while at others the radio will tx> called to rouBlc. Tha stores will remain until 9-30 o'clock. Ample are being made to take care of record- breaking crowdi. Zanesville, no doubt, will fpend evening down-town taking In new styles. There will be many too. for the whole of southeastern Ohio has been Invited. All the are making elaborate for the event. decorations are being arranged and, as before stated, there an air of mystery about as each merchant tn- deavors to outdo hla neighbor In elaborateness and display. TRIO LOCAL HEROIC BATTLE GOES ON TO SAVE LIFE OF NURSE, THE VICTIM OF DEADLY MALADY 5ept. hovrn on tonlftht within the of tliiinlnum anil more than for the doctors eiwrcv rhblnj h.irK Into thr nf Mr- thr >tudrnl whoyr chest pxraljiert vi cannot broith ulnne. mofnr rfjtilarlv. .Mr In. out. A nurse -oftlv. .Mr-, llenr.v I- Me- flU In a cnrrwr of rtlmlv-llt room. Thl FranrS manti tn live." Her mrk roTinilert hj rubtwr little over x werk ajo, Mrr.snn attrndluc thr III at M. l.iikr'- hospital. Hhr rolUpwI. thr vic- tim of a rare form of InMnilir nr. Fahlll shr may nerd the for nrek< more. Meanwhile, hope U a to them the beet o< city The special leave here at 6-30 o'clock. On the return trip the special will leave Cleveland at 10 30 o'clock. Harvard colors. ROBBERS GET FROM TWO SHOE STORES Cleveland. Sept obtained in shoe store robb-iles late tonight. Cohen and his sop. Milton, were counting Uie of their whrn the robbers entered and forced them to hand ever SSM Max Stein- berg, proprietor of another suxc. i lare A Mu r a clerk wVre locked In the hi-, home 18 nou th, holdup men took ,575 from Coroner My BODY TAKEN FROM LAKE the verdict Sept. 30. i today Mulr. 60 mining hourt, from Ptrry EWSPAPER
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