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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio                             LEET AND MELTING SNOW COMBINE TO MAKE MOTOR TRAVEL PERILOUS ON COUNTY ROADS THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Prints the ZANESYILLE, (X. MONDAY EVENING. JAN. PRICE: THREE CENTS i AR1FF BATTLE CLOSING AKD PROHIBITION TAKES LIMELIGHT [ESCUE COMMITTEE HURLS BROADSIDE INTO CAMP OF CHICAGO POLITICIANS [eform Move Comes CLAIMS TRUE STORY OF MURDER WOULD HAVE SAVED SNOOK FROM CHAIR Before Congress With 'ierce Debate Pending i faces electrocution for tbe mar tsie me Sve yssrs to get "Wbat for iitSjisci --here I bizi I -S23. do ,v> JJT Cmted Press and tbe weri of Jus effort w> Jive a clean, be ssla. b_ni account is  ri of revising tne measure has been completed by tbe sen- by senaiors are to be considered bu; ol require iirile debate and not be sressed to a vote. of tie sugar sche- bas been and a orer Ui- ceusorsJup by sgenis ers ScUsie it possible to conclude d or: :ie messure trus hosrever: and iney are conadest .1! reoajre no more iban :ea dajs over tae ices of iroclng out differences in conference and I en! cosiM face- ber parents witb -And I f ion tbat. fcaewledge thss she had tbas KacS furious rage and before ne fcnex i: the entry of prohibition as the major item of controleivj. the debate thus far having been con- fined f- sallies by wets oil the f-sras bis girl friend. lioor of the home and a feir i Ke sixjfce of bis relationsbip witb f beiiltbful color be bad before be rot coniniittee tTbeoral of bis enmity for DrI in coiisection tbe Tbe lioiiao expenditures committee! H. tbe ;omier Oaio Slate pro-1 vectigation of t' clec-ric cbanr. H away j nsurder. "I Snoa.- t_at s..e  f a job." conclnded- back oeSete in tbe Sen stiddenly broke. crasned in full fligbc ,al ana net attempting to make s. t TTben Edison and Borland hoppea TTl'eeler charged the "fundamentetj of f for the Xanult on iheir fatal fauls prCKiioitlon eafcrcemeE O BUSINESS TO SUPERVISE HANDliN DONATEDF Blames Financial Crisis on Movement njcre cbaigss than any other in tne bistcry of tbs Cmted States. Sirs. Irene Scbroeder, 21. Pennsylvania's alleged "blonde man." wto bas been returned to ;-esr Ccstle. Pi- frcm. Arizona, is pic- Jan. business. It japj tared today. -Kill cictate -xbea and bow tbe red ins on Chicago's ledg615 is erased. Gonfrocted witb tbe "rescue com- mitteer's" attitude in regard to tbe S20.CQO.OOO pool to relieve tbe bankrupt condition of tbe city, cotiDtv end scbools, politicians foresa-s- tbe tais -week tbey tcill acquiesce to out- side dictation on borr to administer tbe mosey affairs of tbe city. Jest one coantcr-move to the "res-cue committee." headed h> Sila> Strattn. was under II. IVaUacc Caldivell. prtsldeat of tlic school board and an appointee of 31aror_ W Illiam ILiIe JChomn- son, advanced a plan to oust the Ptrann committee with one made up of four public officials. Iiim- i-elf included, and the j-ame num- her or citizens "to supervise (wiiiUturc of the Strawn com- nulter. nominated James Simp- son. beed of ilorsbaU. Field and com- i-sasy, as liilrmas., Simpson, already ja member of tbe Stra.-srn committee. I refused to comment gave cs a.s reason lor tbe "ouster" committee tbat. pugUc offi- cials "never cooperate -sltb tbe Strewn committee." However, ibe county end drainage officials bavc cooperation tne strain greiia and ceun- tured above witb Lieutenant Tom Pentcn cf Pennsyivan.a police. Scbroeder laces tae foIIoTving cbargcs: Slurcer cf Corporal Brady Paul of; tbe ell. tbrougb one of its spokesmen, in- dicated its cooperation. When tne committee announced that it bad pledges for the money it served an ultimatum that' it Here's Perfect Child and Thai's Settled Xes- Y-ork. Jen. Educators of Columbia University bave draira a oicture of perfect cbild. According to tbelr ideas, some j of tbe cueJities 'o' tbe perfect youngster of frcsa two to six are: Goes to sebcoi TjriUingly. a funny stcry arben be Bears one. Snocis lirtie gir -sho bis nat. Hangs bis cJotbes -aitbout being told." Sometimes pretends be is a fire cngUie or a bear. Can !ece bis sboes and tie a Ssys "Piease" and "Tfcank you" Voluntarily snaSes bands if be likes your loofcs. Accepts punisbzcenc witboui re- scritment- Can KoTT own nose. MANY ESCAPE WHEN SBALK ONiCYJiFACE Temperature Moderates and Brings Winter I Difficulties ll 4 J j j i' -i i- i j i j j ER RELIEF Navy is Awaiting Word FronrByrd Jan. cbaptcr in cbe tbnilmg blstory of Gnlted States naval relief expeditions to Arctic and Antarctic seas will be written if naval aid becomes neces- sary for tbe Byrd. Antarctic espedl- Ucn. A number of sucb espedltions. some tbriUlng in tbe estreme, bavc oeen made by U. S. navy ships dur- ing tho sast centtiry. Outstanding was Oe Greely relief expedition of 1882 Iteai! Admiral A. W. Greely. who in today. an evpetlition to the Arctic in JS8I- A store ship, sent in J882 was unable to the ice bar- rier, and returned. A relief ship sank beneath the ice. Tae situation wes extremely crit- ical wben Secretary of Xavy 'VVillSam E. Cbandler, sent "a. new naval cut- Old Sing Winter continued to rale with an, iron band today, sending: a. fine coat of sleet to- perilous and sidexiilS: travel treac3i- erous. Automobiles, icily equipped; chaira to prevent skidding; toss- eel about unruly and slipped is and, out cf control like shin plying on.' rcagb sea. Snow tbat bed become packed and s ice-crusted curing the recenc cold, spell, formed a. substantial tlon for cbe glass-like sleet covering. In tbe city where travel is "5 tbe ice became cut up to a 0- able eztent. but on country end.im- proved highways traffic -was menaced end progress was 2tecessarSy slow. The temperature moderated. __ _ "2j causing Ice to inelr. thns-adding-. tbe discomfort of pedestrians trho_ took to and shoes in a body. Employes- -JJ of the county lughway j _sS men! were busy removing rough. alcnsc various roads, caused. crnmblin? concrete; In one or tiro instances, land slides- wefe_ __ reported a? .1 result of the thaw- _ None of these cases, however, proied Numerous minor occur- red during: tbe early morning and, "_ several motor cars -sere damfiged, "la unavcicaale crashes. A persons bad narrow escapes frani thai i; has oecorce a. political foot- i isifbghi tber were making their second 'oot- i Earlier in tne fell Captain O.af Se suggested tbe" law enforce-; Swenson. master jof _tbe snip. niens commission, call members of ,rad.oed for Help, as aad over a tne EepuKicaa ccmmittee doUsrs vrorta of valuable furs on to escerte.a nrobibit-cr, urcits bcarc and vras unao.e to ou. are selected. Tbe Montana senator prohibition agents icb sne is to be tned soon; Pennsylvania state signway patrol, lor made bis cbarges d-scussing tne transfer of ProbJxtica Administrator John Herbert from tbe Baltimore district to Montana ancl Idano. He served notice that unless Herbert is removed from Mon- tana lie will call for an inveiti- -aiion of the administration's record and ask: the de- partment to make pnblic tlie re- 1-ort said to nave heen submitted hy it to the prohibition bureau n regard to Herbert. TCneeler said be nad dweys tbat if prohibition bad been bandied proserly in tbe first place tbere wouJd bave been "real enforcement" tais time but tbat tbe administra- tbe ice-locked waters. Eieison and Borliind made t CHOCOLATE CHERRY IS ONLY PRESENT WOMAN PRISONER HAS FOR SON flight from Teller. Alas'-ta. en be? 7. TIicv liopped otf from Teller araiji en Xovember n. in a ter- rific blizzard. Frank Borbant, an- other fher- started off in Ws plane to accompany Eielson. The storm was so bad that he turned to Teller after an boor's he saiil that tbe last he saw of ail-metal Ham- ilton plane, it was roanns north- ward biuKin; the Mizzard- S-sison failed to ma' it -ras thought for Ke-sr Castle. Pa Jan. change a the end of the corridor, of ven-ae -iV.U be asSed Irene' Sjaderily -ncrc tae cry iSchroeder. the Ben-srood. W- sirl vrbo faces Exsre criminal cnarges than any other in America, comes cp for trial for the alleged murder of lion of tne justice 'c-ced down Harrv M- bad destroved tha.. se ..aa oten -c. __j_ respect for the Tew. that ce erd Bcria-d nad mace -e _, sion would go bacfe and the evi- dence disclosed curing tne investi- {S51-011 t216 justice department sn- F K U l> it woula learn some sOf Vie reasons wby enforcement has senate {nrofcen wav to a. village or were saei- tcred m some camp. But as wceSs passed and r-o was s great air nunt was or- ganized mends of the fl'.ers en- listed the a-i of tne United States .ment and So-.et Kussia and K. II. Powell, yians'toTrn law- yer and former police ivas in conference all day t-ator- day with relatiies nl lln- -Kl. he wiij make etery effort tn the trial taken oat of Lawrence county, lucre's Cefensa be 15 problematical, some of is wss given and tne Pranv Jcnnston -unlocked tbe cell <.co-s let Trene hold tbe feijow on her Xnee. srnootb oacS r, s carfc brown h'-ir. bini htr ard cry ever him. it c S br.ng rue" he f Sr.e cro-crt ere cf tae cboco- itlie school board. The tr.--rr.63 bud icrs haven't been paid t ___ pampbletesr for tbe moment ace ad- dressed a broadside to tbe taxpayers. dressed a reiterating bis charges tbat the situation was tne fault of "reform- ers" W2C put over a, reassessment. Strawn answered by saying Tbotni- son vas "playing "Wil- liam Slaione. state tax commissioner bas neen trying to bring order of said tbat "lacking a King George to en the nose, tbe mayor was trying to cloud tbe situation as to the real cause of tbe finanoil crisis" The cotinty already has indicated IS will cooperate with the committee to get some of tbe cash pay em- tlents'in hospitals and pay Xortbwest passage and did not re- turn. American aid was asied and two ships, under Ueut. Edward havea. joined the search failed, getting caught in ai and drifting more tnan a Fred Gardner. Frazeysbraij. denary county clerk, escaped being Surf early ilcndav morning Tjrnea bis car" was'sldeswiried bv a machine driven, cy J. 3. Pitt, farmer, residing near Frazsyscurg. Gardner -was enzoate to this citv and baa just started a long biii on tbe burg road wnen Piatt, driving reward momentarily losi trol or bis car, causing it to crfesb. into Garaner's machine. Botb ve- biciss were bidly damaged. Earl Durant. South Hiver road. driver of a coal truck, escaped tmin- jured when tbe machine be was driv-" ing itirned over en tbe South Hiver read eioijt; three miles from, tbis city-' Durant attempted to stop Jus tracfc bv applying the braSes too freely. Tbe vehicle skidded and tamed over, i rolllnc; to a point about 15 feet from, eage cf and disappeal-ed.! --3 river. Another car. occupied "oy lEzs- Jobtt wblcb located Case was never found. I.Ieut. G. Vf. Delonc led an ex- pedition to the aid of C- F. Hall. Arctic e_vpiorer. in hot Hall was rescued before the navy ships found him. Oslong later made an attempt to discover tbe north, pole but nis ship was by ice on Jane 12. 1SSS, leaving him and tbe members of bis rw-TT7 'TS mld-OCSan, i b-ut s-Jdded. and rored. over its side as they were to cii-y Monday morning cre-er tbe Soutii E.ver rccd. Xeltber of tbe oc- cupants of the car -zcs Injured. "The was towed to a. locai gar- age fcr repairs. r stranded ___ party month and others die is so oney to meet tbe He aii ctr.cr bv or.e c-crr down the followed and prrbabiy will be "tlay for the goiern- roents- On that day fetrawn re- tnrn' frcm where he went S-atorday on private He said that V.edne' riay his committee probably would announce a finar "tocether xsith a far-reaching for permanent of the city fi- nances on a hosiness-HSe navv sent two expeditions, beaded by Robert IT. Berry and meat despa I WIRETAPPING POLICE TO TESTS S OF BUSES Ifl Coltuzifcus, O, Jan. of licensing acoroxiniateiy 5.000 oper- ators of scioci buses In Ohio rzss be- si today ard -yill ccntintse .every driver has bEes examined, it announced by CcmmJssioner of J JU Jtlj Vebicles ChaJmers H. Wilsts. The authorized s. ral- f .jai 2T i. ve Xeiv York are 1 to this for UL.I- and labor "I ;hec Wceeier aded "that ccmnalssSon can some of tbe of tbe Republican National ee to ascertain Jioiv these world war, ysstercay feU to hi in a motcriess gl'dsr. Goddard to loo? the Icon In bis gliCsr 3 GOD feet ssove airoort w f.i a hasdfcl of ia.one. A tearful PARTLY bis parachute ope He died an tbe -s-ay 27 f-ozen tcrs -sriH css bsore- ns as TO ear. eys and npi. cants iirust se ia. ___________ mental character. _._, TT-TT-T-' V otsers, and Bocie said.! save been direciesS, TSil- 'BLCKLEi S members of a roibsry ring said, to pat sad tbeir v occv that flas oa wealtSy Cbi- vch-des certain tests toes- BECOME CAJSDJLUAIlj several nsoatcs. certain ibe ssfetv cf boti- If canters f easy to s icod eramp.e but to it waa of that? John's chnrch here, retnrned to today with hi- bride, formerly Cathersne after their marriasr, re- putedly by a Catholic priest. In Baltimore, BCT. Vallasco de- clined to discuss the Hi-, bride is the daughter of John of Eilicot Citj. They were married Satnrday. sbctgan are determ-sed tdsafe. tie state m.r.d vet." placed strategically. DEAD O, Jan 27. Joe Roir.-j pie. 25, T3.5 found dead in the bath-i room cf bis rocm.ng r.ouse today. Po-j gas frctn a, i willcii was locked, roet for ni-ht "lie liSrsi at iicme the n.jht wish after Dec. 27- ta icn to tl.e now wnen the at Pcntiac "I baveu't x.p rit.f-' she sa'd. -out I been to Efforts -s-'e :r.-c.e to estate- I l.-ven't been ao'.e to cec.ce. .Se-t.fy cf a w.'o I will let yoj ei ?ftc- iif fe.i tv.e .ce in 3iy mind" U-'c Er.e .-c-e Saturday He: lire. abojt 57, wc.sctd 130 -.c r2rr" MSJasU TO BAR BUSES O, Jan, Wheel- lice said he hsc been bv; .t.ii tu is ihe quarter? anj to.d tD -walk i.-.a Uttocea arm Underr-eat.1 tie deuce Saisle to see als mother. Sie was la-gaze was tattooed, "ISSe-D-iSOS.-. cence KAES' OR SNOW 'Wssh.nrton. for Honda- and Tuesday. Obio; or saiysr tonight- aad Tuesday, Colder Tuesday -t SPAPLRl   

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