Zanesville Signal, June 3, 1927

Zanesville Signal

June 03, 1927

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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1927, Zanesville, Ohio L OF WEST SHOWS MA OF RESIDENTS OF SUBURB IN FAVOR OF ANNEXATION ZANESVILLE L XLVIII. NO. 21 ZANESVILLE, 0., FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE PRICE: THREE CENTS WDBERGH DOES STUNTS IN FOG ON HIS FLIGHT TO PARIS AMBERUN, IN MAY HOP OFF FOR BERLfN TODAY atest Honor of All FIRST GREAT THRILL WILL BE MOTHER'S KISS ,ast and. One That Appreciates Most! i esented With Medal Making] m Only Honorary Member fayette Bring- Medal to President Coolidge e Charles of the American embassy. hero of the skies. rfliclnla. 1 An Imperial Airways In Paris today. "Cjscnger carrying Croy-i c Bourget Hying field at don. Just outside of London, landed after a battle with fog jut Le Bourget five minutes after! The task or sheltering Mrs. Lindbergh from curious Washington, June Capt. Charles Liml- If Mr! Evangciine" who is deserting her her son "at the presidential dock schoolroom in Detroit to meet her famous son. wills, she will be the first to greet him as he steps from the cruiser Memphis here. i dent will meet. Actual Destination or Starting Hour Are Not Deiinitely Announced Moor games being taken iwim. Equip rackets aad itch as nets, ;tc. WARSHIP THAT IS TO BRING LINDBERGH BACK HOME his flight from London, a great height and un- ay other plane, Llnd- d over Le Bourget flying before 10 o'clock. He the field several times. Into lower altitude ut nnc! then made a perfect )f the flying field rushed t, him and congratulate his venturesome flight d. hart left Kenipy alr- rar at lit hud to descend' at m the English side of cl. at ami de- re about ;in hour and is until the fOR lifted vafcr when he again f at. o'clock. as nble to continue on urfjft without further in although the air with iccii disappointed once ireventcd Lindbergh from flight yesterday) not turn out in the such >rs as had been expected >f the fact that this lofflcial" there were no it the flying field after Lindbergh. One ot the passengers, M. Ehrlich, told an Interesting story about the flight. "We folloxveil Uiidliercji from ssilil M. Ehrlich, "and we were certainly thrilled and entertained by what we saw. When he got out over the Eng- lish channel he began to do for. his own amusement. He looped 'the loop and went through oilier i-iuiutluns whotc names I do nut know. But once on Mie French tilde of the chan- nel Lindbergh made fi straight lint- for Paris and at high .speed without any mure evolu- tions." M. Ehrlich said that foe was en- countered al! the way from England to the French flying field. He said that from Lynipnc to Le Bourget Lindbergh flew at an average altitude of 3.000 feet. Elaborate police had; been token to handle a great crowd of men and women taut they were not needed. In addition to newspaper reporters and photographers there were only n score or two of civilians, but they made up In enthusiasm what they lacked in slumbers. Lindbergh's baggage, including a hut box ond a package, was placed In Mlneola. S. V.. -lunc ll-llum-a monoplane. Columbia. luliHr'l by rinreniT H. Oiamber- iiu. nlll off from there to Mime point In Kurope. prolwtily. Reriln. lute (lib afternoon or iu- iiiclit. acciirrtlns 1'lans 'Chjimlii'rllii' will tic aeeompnn- leii by a navigator wlnise name ivas ni't rrtealeri. The navlcntiw Is said ti> bc n former navy avia- tor. Charles A. Levlne. president of the Columbia Aircraft corporation, which 13 backing the fllRht. today was in telephonic communication with the1 office of the national aeronautical as- sociation iu Washington. Levlne ask- ed that officials be sent to Curtis Held to make an official record of upon receipt of word that the Col- lumbla was to hop off Sate today or (tonight for Europe. Car! P. Schory. chairman of the contest board of the ..atlonsl Aeronautical association, lets for New York io check the plane's instruments and mnko an official record of the JJike off. Schory took the 11 o'clock train. He will go once to Curtis Fldd after reaching New York. An unconfirmed report was received ot the navy department thsst Lieut. George R. Pond, naval reserve pilot, had betn selected to make the trip with Clarence D. Chainbcrltn. In order to make the flight. Pond, .11000 horn.) is In Arlington, Mass., would have to secure permission from the commandant of tfcc naval district' at, Boston. lection he Most ftifortable WING he Market vake-off. Curl F. Schory. chairman of the) contest committee of the was expected to leave Washington Immediately for the Long Island field. Tho Columbia was one of first planes which prepared to fittempt a New York-te-Parls hop. While the start was delayed through a contro- versy between Levlne and Lloyd Ber- taud. original companion aviator named with Chamberlln. Captain. Charles A, Lindbergh came out of tr.ej west nnd achieved his historic trans-j nt. Eertaud then an.-! breaking off of relation- n arrived. jthe American embassy Rolls Rnyce made a double landing, land at the car departed for came down first upon tutors' field, but as It bed the ground Llnd- d that he ought to land ground as he was flying jhtlng plane, so he took _ very low over the Inter- i ad to the military--haag-1 yards away. flew in' British irce fighting plane that laced at his disposal for e was escorted as far as by British machines. d back at that point. itely after French military alr- nt up and begun flying stunts in honor of (lie :h wati'lu'il with keen "he gnircfttl evolutions nnes above tlie flylns tiling (lie skill of the It was n high it civilian filer, but 's courage and are the French Hold him my nee. Paris bearing Lindbergh, Hcrrlck, and Capt. White, of the embassy staff. Mahoney followed In another car. Lln.lhergJi remained secluded In the embassy during (lie morn- ing hut lie went to luncheon In the Hols de IMilognc headquar- of the International League nt Ailntors mid iiRiiln It was dem- onstrated that the French huve not had wiuugh of this young hero for hundreds lined the Bols to cheer him. At the International League of Aviators luncheon, on behalf of the league. Lindbergh presented the Jap- anese aviator Abe, through the Jap- anese embassy, with a trophy for his night Iroaj Tokyo to Paris. He also presented the league's medal to Cap- tain Pclletler' 0c Olsy for the most notable French aviation achievement in 1926, his long flight to the east. After the ceremony Lindbergh re- ceived the honor that be appreciates most of all. Dr. Edmund L. Gros. founder of the Lafayette Escadrllle. pijjsented Lindbergh with a medal making him the only honorary mcm- scout cruiser Hills. The hiset gives a closcup of the famous Lindbergh smile. will arrive in Washington the President's aboard U. the Bin- cautime Lindbergh's bor- bcr of the Ewadrllle. was being rolled Into a agar which imrnedl- up so souvenir hunters et at It and damage It, airman enteted" the it waa tters that the Jor- gs took place, that welcomed the young Parmely Herrick. son of lerrlck, American nmbas- ince: F. B. Mahoney. pres- c- Ryan builders j Irlt of St. a few "When you arrived. I heard a French woman say. 'I think it Is the spirit nf our win cumins hack to said Gritf. "You rep- resent the Incarnate (spirit of nil the wlm died during the war. Unit you been old eunuch we know that you would have been one erf the flnrt to offer your life If necessary In France." means more to -me than anything I haw received In En- rope." replied Lindbergh, who ap- peared greatly moved by the hon- or nali) htm. "Few things could in-an more ".ian this to me." "I am leaving tomorrow." said Lindbergh, "but It would be weeks or oven months before I left If the choice were left to me. I will take the first opportunity to return to France." j President Harmon of the league) gave Lindbergh one of the league's j medals to present to President Cool- idge. Lindbergh again asked Captain White, naval attache at the American iuppllcs used for to make further efforts, to rt loafed on the A. H. secure the return of his fiylng hcl- Slvens farm and the F. H. i in Union township were iu iini____...... be sold by tho sheriff by Lul if you get it Inter please It SE ER Headquarters For State Meet at Zane Hotel Luncheon, Dinner and Dance, Social Affairs The local chapter (if Phi Sigma Chi fraternity will be hosts to the state convention to be held In this city, .lunu 211. 21 and as, with headquarters at tlie 'hotel. S'lans arc being made for one of the largest stale meetings ever held and I he committee in rbarRp here Is sparing no effort for She entertainment of their Pledges from other cities will be brought with their chapters nnd o big Initiation will be held on Monday night near Zanesvtllc. Registration will tafee place on Monday morning and afternoon. On Tuesday June 21. a business meeting will be held at the Zane. Tuesday after- noon delegates who nre expected to include more than 100 members, will be shown about the city. On TUBS- BIG REUNION AT WHITE HOUSE Washington, May Coolidge today sent a telegram to Mrs. Evangeline Lindbergh in Detroit, ask- ing her to be a White House guest while her son. Captain Lindbregh. is in Washington. At the same time, he dis- patched a radio to Lindbergh at Paris, inviting him to stav at the White House. U RI Atlantic nouncccl ship with Levlne. Plans for the litke-otT within the next 24 hours were dependent upon favorable vzather conditions, a representative of pointed out. and upon whether "certain other plans" worked out satisfactorily. The secrecy regardlnR the propoed destl- j nation of the plane was due to the jdeslro lo avoid any public disap- pointment in cnso subsequent devcl- 'opmentfl might cause change In plans, It was said. "I desire to prove our sincerity and tho ability of the Columbia by real accomplishment." Levlne stated "1 lo not want to make a prediction which might be nullified by condl- ,lons bcvond our control." It wtos reported that the state nf the projected flight was con- tingent to home extent on the of the arrival here of the National Aeronautical 41 The reported time of the "tart ranged from lute aflernwm to 8 ii'ciork this evening. An ftddltlonaJ indication oceanic preparation was given when H sign-painter entered the Columbia's Kill- hangnr afternoon and changed f viuaiu COMMISSIONERS ARE UNJUSTLY CRITICIZED AS IS USUALLY CASE 111 Argument the the side of the plane? Five Such Cases Members of the board of klncuin county being unjustly crltlflzed some few people following decision to postpone their UIIMIIT la (lie proposed annexation meas- ure uutfl -lune U. Oildly. this comes front the antl- nlsts as well us the an- nfferrd liy I lie city, surh :is po- lice ami'fire protection, city water and lights, tine! with imly it sllRlit Inereaiip In the tax dupll- ciiti-.. Tbrlr stand Is oy the nniinuiH'enient of the Muiithrm Ohio Public Service Co. tliut reguiiir bus service wlli he extended along the If Judge C. Lcmert of vllle. who Midi Judges llouvk mid Shields comprise the court of of the fifth district, re- viewed his fifth flrs-t desree murder appeal In recent months when tiis to children. before tlic k'.iling. WlvrA.IV liN r those deslnns to enter colleges he ts innocent. June persons werejand OIYTIMBETS killed and seven Injured in a collision today between n freight train and passenger train nt Bessay. near Vichy First reports stfltcd thnt no Ameri- cans were nmonR the dead or in- jured. CITIZEN KILLED IN MEXICO Wa.ihington. J'inc American named Arthur Brewer wan shot nnd killed yesterday In Oundalnjara. Mex- ico, according to 8 dispatch to the Tlir majority of resident." of West View lUf favoring annexa- tion iKTimsf nt the MILLIONAIRK NOT YET IN U. S. PRISON wa.iliir.Kt.on. Jjine Sentence ot IITDV IDITl? Ionian .1. Shields millionaire JLilvl VM postponed totlnj JUST TEN Ol hl'coim' communities along New York to Paris am! wtat of will visit thin city 'o meet New Power Line Between Zanesville and Hebron Is Progressing Very Rapidly n Ohio Public as smaller communities net ween this city and He-jatong the nwln thoroughfare west of 'I'iic Jiiif-1 wlitu jinisncG, i rtx i tn nil irnftll Hut ocrrii.w dC alonK th branch plant at Hebron T'tv iwlll be teamed with thf power head ot the mmitplplSJrt In furnlsliing the necessary service amount, of electricity needed along first fjlBht, dfrpariment of the ,h. I the new route o. --------nv stated trlday that iworic woulrt be ntshed to eomple-i LlndtH'rgh, It was announced hyjuon. ar.c! It !s "PL within a month ot commerce officials _ of 17. 1903. at- Kitty Hawk. N C. con-jeompany. Diimed just nJty-ntue seconds. Friday. to bw or tisUtfl departmriit today rrom D. O. rircurnxtMicj heVd when It j No were given tonsu! clcfrrrrd 'lew days. H a "nee .ntnce in'ihc new hero's vitit us srcj.t an eventlirir.ily Is developed from indl was homerominc of OrvilleU-ldtialiv owned light and in 'iip peultentiiiry AIK! Wright, nearly ccntuiy M'.. Graiui, RAIN Columbus. O., June night and Saturday. Not much In yews, i NEWSPAPER ;