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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1925, Zanesville, Ohio                             TO OFFICIATE AT Prints the News VOL. XLVI, NO. 69 ZAKESYILLE, (X, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY IS. 1925 CP M 1VI J% MI SB? SFEHk. NEW EIGHTlfOROBiBii FIRST AID SAFETY_PARADE_AT New Bank Building Service on Main, Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. in imposing new will be very heart of the Hisiiiess district by tbe ITrst A'atlocal bank anil plans for- tits structure are now be- preparedt by the Announcement to erected Sc Zanesville and I lend toward the bi---- North Terrace Church on if, srand Blaster of grand lodge of Ohio, lay taeS cornerstone of the Kortfa ConiciKcIty Church of Chrlir'saa-t day afieraooa auder the auspices? lodge of Masons and a copy of each of tbe Zanes- ville lieu spapers of Satuntay, Jcly IS. will placed tn die box .under .the Cornerstone. by AV. 3C 1 Resident of the Tlrst National The erection of the sere- Ins, which is to cost in the _ borhood of will ai epoch IE the srowta of Zanes-i vslie's commercial district and jt! Is to be located on. one of the most' sites on Mam street. The building nili be 'ocatesTbe-! rveen Fourtn and Fifth streets! ana is to include the p'opertj cow. occupied bv tse First National oank aad tne E.USSJ andi Gr-iiith j store in the adjoining building.' formerly owned by the- Black, lite, bat now ra possess.on of Iprst National bask. It ex-1 tend from South Court alley on. the west, to the Justus Scnplv Co storeroom, in the Graham baiicJas' -30. tne east, covering nearK one-t iird of the Main street clock be-' Fourth and The ground floor and base- ment of the new building trill be used strictly for while office rooms t "shops" win be placed, on seven, floors above- It is estimated that more- than 1OO soch will be1 included, tbe building i> to be steel re-mforced concrete a beantiful art stone by the i lodge officers. A copy of Ilie New Testa- ment wili be placed in a box under cornerstone. the marchers at 11 afternoon. Knights' sand the will form.; on 'forth Foarth street, between Market and Main Streets, risbt resting on Market vLsiOng lodges OB North, street, between Market and' ZaaesvilSe lodgesf V. 31. Eatecan has been president or the JFIr-t Na- tional bank for a little more than four years and under his careful .guidance the bankhis business has grown toenor- mous .dimensions. Other -offi- cers." of the bank who bare al- so greatly irf Its fcTowtb. are: J. B. Xarzelere, president: Frank T. How- ard, cashier, David K. Book, assistant cashier: Cecil Tanner, auditor; and W. K. Baler, W. Bateman. jpeier G Black. J. B. Xarzelere. H. Ullibctdge, T IranK ttjby. A. I1 Mnrphy and F. 31. Kani- bononvdirectois. of tlie INortn terrace Clinrch or tTirfet-a brief his- tory of Uie cburcb from its or- ganization to the present time, a. Hat of the officers, cf the BOY IS IRBEiH HIS BOOy IS; NMDITCIf Main street; east on Main to street: north on Siitli street to avenue; west on Elberdn avenue to the Fifth street bridge and to Commissioner street and to live church on tYaxeysburg road.' The marshals of the "parade are: Charies G- Touns act! Harry J I.Uchey for the Knights Templar and Paul K...Perry. O. Glenn Mills. A. .'Madden, -Frank- Felton. Parade Pastor Weds An Actress Cincinnati Lad Is Victim'- Of a Plot Pretty Girl In Car, Says! One Witness (With Drunken Lad Be- hind Steering Wheel Greea Co of Cleveland, have oeen a-waraed thej contract to desgn the building t and -raill have personal charge of" tS Girl Travels at eers, was la the c.ty tms DiZZT a- surrev of the ana now prepa'TEj: plans ior the ne-v- bjildlns: v-nif-h wili be Emorained' to the back oScjals -sraam t3e' aesr future s The ioclc-arood, G-een Co. isi of The most promisent en-i neering Imcs in the TTniteel! les tae fact that Zanes-t- sky-scrapes as to be de-j and ouilE. under-UiP ssrper-j -of comtianv; assures i Ftne erection o' an imiiosins ed--' i fice-- Tne -new Slossac Tils Co Coshocton. O_ JS. A Oappec; of this told authorities; of "West Ijafayette. six miles-east or here, she got her thrills _by- riding the bump- er of her friend s- automobile -caused, tbe friend to be arrestea and fined S25 and costs after one of tha mosC- thrfllinst chases eTcr-stased ta this part of OIuo. C. "Woods and ITarsnal adds.-' John Hughes of TVest aoa on the Coopemjill road was .were Ja thei'- offlcesr when i5ere D> saw an antomonUe oasa -and firm, -whica. now erecting through the TriUage -with a. srirl a new 16-story Duildmg- for ThSjclinsSnlr to The They gare cease in tae mayors Cleveland. O.. July the receipt of press dispatches from Cincinnati :this afternoon; sljattcrmg the identificatica of the Lake RoacI murder victim as H. Behnc of Cnevlot. a Cin- cinnati suburb, authorities who thought they -were in a. fan- ivay to solve the niisterv of his death, admitted they were fac- mc one of tLe deCFSst TUJTS- ter.cs in which a, crime lias been, enshrouded fa local-his- tory. Detectives -Tere Iiantmg- garages; 2 Cleveland suoubs a' olood siamed car, rrom which it is! tee bodr of yonta was throws early resterday. wita1 u'Us nope of success i- argae. Tfcev adni.-ted that had no feno-vieese of where jer ac-jall" t- and had not tne sLghtes; d-e tnati i T aid them in tne crimiHals. at Circjiaati. _ __ orbes bank in "Bos-Scar It was- too slow." The-r re ton. one of tne finest baaJ- bmld-lquisitloned-anotaer from a Das-ins? ings la was also de-.moio'-ist and pressed on Sull Eigued by Green S, car jagsed. So tney draTtea asotn- and asain roared in pursuit- For twenty-two miles they spec. on. jspeediag up to seventy-lre miles Jan- nour- The cease ended at e rail 3Ir Eateman stated Sarur- clay that officials of tbe First "National bant hoped to have plans completed and tbe 'bank ready to torn down by Ansust 17 192B _ Srecuon of the new home be started as soon as the old been It- --will'.-': reqah-e abouc :t -months to complete the building. tbe present First Xationall .nk buiidiriffris being- torn down! :d the new structure erected, j isiaess -will be conducted by the! in the building now; occu-j Watson store at Flfthf ;d 3iala streets. It is the prop-1 of. the First Trust be egaippsd for: Jag: .purposes several months; or to the removal; of the First! tank bied A little'later the. yenth was arraigned before the mayor. He said he was Fred Gingnagle Pore Washington. He was ffaetl-S25 and costs for reck- less driTins. He couldn't pay and had to call .Ms father to help him onL., The girl told the mayor she rode the bumper thrill and didn't know it -wasn't all rijrht. She said her home is in-Ccshocton. She was not held. The.steady increase ia the vol-l ofrbusiaess transacted bv thei first Xatiorial baak in the past! _ srs has made it necessary i or the: bank to enlarge its pres-j at qxiarters and It is with a feeling! civic pride that oScials of the] ok have decided to erect the! DfUEON July IS "With the identification todav of the of .the on the laie Shoes road in Rocky nver Testerdat- as H" Behne. 3966 Trevorc, ATC. CheTiot. Ciacmnati, police and connty atthorsties were hop- Ing that the day -would throw some light upon the identity of his slayer Cnaries TT Hocl of Cleveland; went to tee countv rao-arue tnis tp trace his.murderers... t it wii! not be. acthori-f further" light IITSJ EiLCOiTI It _of. thejinea iii the affair in ilaurer was killed- BaH; who is a poor man said ne debated some time before no- tiiyingr Gov. SmaU of realizing- that it .would take him from nis work and that his familv might suffer If he quit work to tes- t tify. i "Xesterday. however, JBail said he_ decided-to- telegraph Scotfs j rather that he had Important evi- loence, and asked Scott's father to i .come aere. The elder Scott piac-i It was reported to tee police that been throirn there from a'passing! The little lad automobile sometime daring: pavemest led the matter in the hands of an I1" BaU said, re- Mvins Co word from Chicaso telegrapbed Governor. Small that he would appear before the Illinois will swear :that Rob- ert and not Knsscll is- the slayer, and that the shootiiur. not occur in a holdup, as the stale alleged in Russell Scott's- trial, bet durins an'ar- orer a bill whfcb the two brothers were trying to 0101 jlpwediat- Ir-SS-o-cloc welcome by er: and ICos.: the -motorcycle arrived ,.0'cJocS: 'Saturday ai3d I Uo take rpart? In; '010 bisisttee They 1 i panied air and- Chief .SPotiee _ S-taewrifEincgS t staonch. advo-j --Following: the contests: -bnsli enjoyed at- 'p'clocfe7: evening in the idfainjf the Grace those taking- tests-will the speakersh.wiU anil DOCTORS m-n-r-, SeU confectionery store, local-jcow' it bad lain there so ARE THE JOBjed on Ridge aveaue. was don, July SSO'Sa money and four pipes.! mad'e It ag Friday sight or earlyjthat the body therejtaken -to the Good SamarUsTn night, were nnable to understand j oncoascJoas when picked seen. [He JTia.Se as comfortabls by of These who ordered him {arose ove- "Eali was 'pk place. Ke said'that'Rob- to collect a biii from Swarnpscottv President cate'of ness, is. reluctantly -reaching coiielusSon that.-the nitlciate solu- Uoa of- the Ocoal mnst be Federal ownersSip. ths aura conofenaixceV -has confided: to that he-fears': sary...-; Federal Sressconrenes. "RTorker? of .Americas-Karl la the meantime; aatbracite -Eecretaryr ot the-Joca.1: Jperators and miners are hopeless-! oeT commereev: ,G. A. y -deadlocked: in their it-Atlantic City over a new- To strike Appliance September: 3 Gaernsey -'Mine -'of -.teams. take almost immediate action Already Mr. Coolidge has con- Triih -Secretary of tabor >n -the sitaatioji. Tt vu-fitesis at iae-JlarssSJa peeled ne will nest call fn field this tary Commerce Hoover and'turn! prises will be awardea- over: to him: the, actual job of tne f CongressSoaal cup i charapioashlp7rnedSfe .win be: DrSs be anaoanced to tne British-pioys of the he opened] edlcal conference nest week, itjthe store Saturday, yearasd today. Entrance was gaiiied by the rob- rvrjj Gordon will climbiiss' through a side win- ae jaefr fiisco-reriES. espectefi toidow which Sad beea 3eft cniockcd. o.v the epochal discoveries of-Tfce robbery 5s thought to have S. Gye and X jZ, Barnard Ibeen the work of yoans? boys in their search for the cause of jtbat vicinity acd !s being iavesUga.t- ascer. raorniag. The aliesed-a'tsr em-i Behnc. rtiedicai examina- tion sljowed, bail first been clubbed, then shot the head. Marks of identifica- tion of bis dothizur hart been removed and bis "watch stolen, altbocgh a stub chain dandled from a Ijatton bole; Behne, :pital for an X-rav UhrichsviHe. O-. JuJy IS.----la; jthe presence of tb jSiz ten dollar gold pieces have donated by-the cba-mber: of-; rnerce. Taese be j.sented to the winners at the 
                            

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