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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio                               AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT ASSISTING IN REFORESTATION OF MUSKINGUM COUNTY Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth VOL. ZANESTOLE, O., FRIDAY EVENING, ,MAIL PRICE: THREE CENTS HIGH TARIFF LOBBYISTS INVADE SENATE OFFICE BUILDING STATE, CITY AND COUNTY IN ON TAX "SPLIT" OF MORE THAN MILLION Maintained Quarters 3000 CASES OF in Prfimte Office ofjHOOCHANDRUM Pennsylvania SenatorJIJIP CAPTURED BY GUARDSMEN ifarch of a hi; he had prenared "good pro-, lanfl of the data and the news' dost noe. The Manufacturer, to-.o the sen-. aa offices.; _______ jobbv committee he has I said he understood there Laygggt CargO some ccnsideranon as to who deliver the speech. "From whom did you get that In-" wco was the first witness Elaine asSedl j committee's Investigation cf J "ESJher from Senator Goff or Sen- ,'-es Grundv maintaining an of-! atoj. Grundv." Flaubel replied, Tariff Lakes; One of Run- ners Injured lor the cspitci. testified he has- been brandy's persons! payroll ai S5CO, a for several years. rjuane said he has a salary of So.- COO s. fear as editor of The Manufac-; tarer. "cublished by the Manufaccu- of Philadelphia. He also received a salary of 52.40O, a vear as member of the Pennsylvania j election law commission, he added. Senator Caraway pointed ou; tha- Grusdv had denied on the senate' loor vesierday that Doane had an office "in the office an of-1 Grundv." League. HHirALMURDB IUGKLY SOLVED; Cleveland. March on an; armored cruiser loaded wiih 3.000. cases of contraband liquor. U. S. Coast guards captured the craf r early today j arouratng one and TaVlT's an- oiher prisoner. The chase ended half isay berssreerj Cleveland and The boat, loaded with 1500 cases of. 150O cases of beer. prozeczed by a three-eighths inch! coaling of armor plate. j Coass gisards tinder command of jCast. J. T. Hagelove fired nearly all! j their ammunition for the one-pound; Found Under Heap and their rises, before they sue-- ed to the senate Ust- Pfcrrserly. Doane explained, ne bed. occupied a downtown office tamed br Grundy. His work there j was nruch the same as It Is new. hej said, but in addition he go; out news releases. He sold he not OQa of .fce any news releases from his office niurde the Senate Office building. j Doane revealed that Grundy's. of Furniture n the rum-runner was boarded, j Pred Henzne of Detroit was found critical cone.if.on with two bullet X. Y.. March In- trouads ui the He was taken were arrested here today i to St. Joseph's hospital in Lorain. His. a with what police called companion, Joe Hannah. 51, was taken j strangest and most pnmi- j to jail. rs ever to occur in this vl-1 Arthur p. Fenton. U. S. customs col-! j lector for district, was notified, veaiiru. w.i ciotilde llarchand. wife of, o? the seizure by telephone- ana j in the downtown office. I gerlrl Harchand. srominent anisi. j vViUam Pollock, collector, j which, -was called the American Tariff j vzs ;ounti dead under overturned fur-! were to go to Lorain today to tase. Jjeagae News Bureau, is now in 5 aijure in her horne- The body was I charge of the- boat. Gnincy's office in the senate build- j bruised, and lug. I decided she had been He said he had never seen Arthur I The bod- L Faubel. secretary of the league in Henri. Jr.. 12-year-old son of the side, as the Nigger. room 322 In the senate building- He j iiarchaacs. HUNDREDS ARESchoo! JAILED, SCORESGreatest Sum; State HURT IN "RED" OBSERVANCES [World-wide Demonstra- tion of Red Thursday. Marred by Riots Takes Slice County Auditor ?3-jl Fleming, buildings, equipment and ths Efce. today the tesk of'ere supported from, this apportioning S1.197.712J03 among var-jtion. ioas state, county. cefASship aaci State treasury department claims ana! re-! SCS.S38.37, as is; fiJsere or coileo- its actual collection of teses for; clan. The co-jntya general rand Ts-hJca, the first half of 1929. The all important agencies. !s fund was certified to the auditor by i apportioned a. S29Q.-07.33. General County Treasurer Eowerd Keener: expenditures, roed building and the 'em H'l P-aoea because he's a sood cog wouldn't kill sh. Santa Rosa, Calif, boy, in rests. _ great. IntemarSona! deraoastra- tion against com- munistic "Hed in bloodshed and rioting with hundreds j arrested and other Hundreds injured. So far as can be learned four per- sona were Silled !n the vicious riot- ing which broke out in laanv of the indjismal and populated capitals of the-world. In York the peaceful dem- onstration was turned into a bed- lam wben an unauthorized par- ade started towards City ball. Communists, sympathizers and bvstsnders were knocked iavrn. "One hundred persons were treated for injuries. Police com- G rover Wnaien term- ed the wutbreak tne "worst since the World war." Germaar was the scene of many i conflicts. Two were Jailed at Halle. Three hundred were arrested j in, Berlin, one killed prerl more than a j score wounded. Through that entire i nation there were demonstrations i rials and consequent Injuries end er- earlr tils Tne greatest single item In distn-! butlon is the school funo. imatelv S373.785.17 Is turned o.-er to; educa-icr-al officials for the operation oi schools ia and counry. erles of teachers, maintenance of fund share In i Townships, eome In tur G19..9 to be at Use dispojal of various boards. Zanesville and incorporated villages situated In the county claim as their share of tlie tax money. Ap- j proxlmalcly is drawn from I the collection for special assess- I menu, whlcb Involve street repair i and maintnsnce. The county fund Is disteUmted so j that S goes to departmental in the one levy for roed and bridge funds amount to This eaoouas will sfe Increased by in- termltteai gasoline tax allotments. I S-oSocg fund draws the I auditor's anaorsionment sheet closes. _________ Actual paymeai of these varioaa T-. T, smcunts win nos be made until late MOSt Of Them Have Been; this month. Fleming seld tcday. -Si- i though ths countv items have been. j charted, township and municipal dis- WORTH 113, STOLEN I CITY German nollce dog London had a. great demonstartlorj to die -under a which for a time became acute. Paris. ic however, was quiet es police patroUed .i c j_ ._ --__ anrt nnMnnM] master, he had seen John G. Lerch.- counsel for the league. In the roomj on'v twice. "Senator Walsh, Dem.. Mont, suggested Doane ?o to office 323 on the nest floor from the lobby committee room and get some ex- amples of his work, whereupon Doane jumped up quickly. As he hurried out of the committee room. Senator Elaine, Kepn.. called after him: -Walt a minute, Mr. Doane, Holland (the committee in- vestigator) will so with Other of the commit- tee and spectators lan-hed as Holland has a reputation for never missing anything of importance or significance. Then police announced that Lillian Jimmerson. 35-year-old Indian, had confesses she was present >n the Marchand home when Nancy BOWMI. 66- an- other Indian, beat Marchand to death with a hammer. Miss JiniRierscn and Mrs. Bowen viere arrested. j Detectives said the motive for thej alleged crime was conjectural. They Mrs. Bowes had served as a model for Marchanc; in worS: which he was doing for the Buffalo museum of national science. The Indian women live on the Ircquols reservation at Cattaraugus. Police suggested that Mrs. Bowen might have--become tnTaiuatecJ with the artist and of his wife. TvheS Doane returasd to the j Thev said they had irJonnation that ha a table wbicn he had she "VR s sees leaving the made GrancJy showing the jjome yesterday shortly before Henri Setcral daj> Fenton said customs officials received a tip that the boat, with the largest cars.0 of liquor ever headed across the" lake, was due to clear from either Erie or lite, Ontario. Its destination was listed as Toledo, but acting on a theory that the rareo was more to be meant for Cleteland. the customs men made accord in sly. Cast. Hagelove end a crew of eight sped" into this territory in e. fess cutter. Capt. John Ds land coast guard 'dog to be so convicted in the state. j roads in. the suburbs and cautioned i egainst illegal assembly in the me.ro- oolitaa district. A survev todav indicated the fol- result "of the great mass j demonstration against unesnploy- ment: i j pinrfrjg- and deinoastrstloBS were j widesoiead la the United States with, i every "major city reporting difficulties ________ lezceot Chicago and San Francisco. of acres of wild land in converted into timber land, through' These two cities tad peaceful deracar- 5000 TREES WILL BE PLANTED SOON; MORE SHIPPED BY SUMMER eyV the Cleve- MuskuJ5unl countx, tmflt for wenv out through the' Issued. cruiser shortly command to halt was rum-runner steamed oa. Two shots from the mounted on the coast guard boai A. Trees "ftxmished cost by with another east e. .----a pu nroccss of 'oresration within next! state, tte-farmer being charged -nere- sigited the-few year, according to .Isr cruiser shortly after midnighi. A inowa by state agncolrural cfgdals today. The oroject win prove worth hun- pocacter cjreds of tl-oasaatls of dollars TO the oat were j county within the nest two decades.! cooperation or the state with, data for Grundv in connection wi various tariff schedules. "Wapc coiatefi out thai Graady has n anv senate speeches on the bul. witness denied he Sacl prepared speeches for any one else. j "Bialne asted EKsane if tie had ?re-j uared sorce of the data for the speech rsatJe last Saturda- by Senator Goff-j Hena.. vV. attacklag the Demo-j Coalition, j Doaae repliecT. Blaine then firougfct oat that Doane spends nearly all his time in Grandvs office. "I assumed from Senator GnintH's statement yesterday that lie was tryins to- sue the impression you were only a rial Blame taid. "Tiiat is not correct is it'-" "Xo." room was liJUOC EKPLORER EffiD RELEASE FEDERAL PEN d ranner succeeded ;a putting a the s-ite win cooperate with owners pound shot through a pon; hole in a gigantic reforestation experiment. one-pound of tae rura-raaaer. It slowed cown and the occst boat drew along- side. no eSors has been mace to put rough areas to practical use. j Already prepara-iors have beenj esrlv zhlsi ssrationt. brief survey of difficulties in the United States shows; 1 killed. Recovered tribution is in the process T BUDGE Xo arms was found on the two men mace to start reforestaton New Injured. 13 arrested. injured. 23 arrested. arrested. Injured seriously. arrested. 4 Injured 3 hour riot. arrested, after po- lice used tear gas bombs against a demonstration Izt front of the White House. j Tne demonstrations spread into Canada. At Winnipeg police and anemploved clashes in a brief battle. Many were Injured but none was considered In a serious condition. Montreal repotted a minor cSsinrbance, j Guards were still posted today at Automobile thieves have been busy! .n Zanesville since Jan. 1 and have! The colleciion penod just ended stolen 26 machines which have been! December, apcraised as aaDroxUsaielv i emoant reached well over f have been active arid sir of! and !s claimed ro be cnsof ihe rhieves have been placed collections ever taken jr bars for their crimes. Several of these; ifusklngum couniy. thieves are In county jail awaiting is-; dlctmenc by ihe grand Jury. Two; youngsters have been sens to probate ourt. Records on Hie at police head- quarters reveal that the number of thefts dnrin; February alone were Increased over'month- ly periods dnrin? the past seteral jears. During January seven were stolen. Five of the machines stolen ia January have been recovered and re- turned to their owners. Thirteen cars stolen during Sfebruary were located and another stolen during the month -m_ -n-__t was recovered in March. Four carsjSeH Winter Wheat FlTSt hava bsert stolen already this month i ana an nave been recovered. Most cf j the abandoned tnoaga thieves were arrested in slxj cases. AK arrests were made la j mary. j In addition to recovering local cars.: ?t and Boost Price to IO Federal citv Eere manr acres were devasta- ted by coal stripping abou; five years these farms, about 5.00O Izees Clemency" Washineton. March Freder- ck A. Coofe. former Arctic explorer. board. The wounded man was taSen a: the speedier coast, guard according to present if tne project nlass "for transTwrtlns tae furtner win Inert year. -w. Bean of Tfoostsr, state estsn- sloa forestry esperc. be la Mus- PIan3 "fOT transporting Hennaa. the maa was sa.d. OF NATION Ur WAi-i" ity Tuesday and Wed- Asked to For Ira Weaver the homes of L." citizens end 'Fear That Ira Weaver, 65, -anrriar- ned. of 147 'Wesi Main street, cosa- suicide by br.dge Irora the river. jround public ouildiags In JJew Torfc and a ban against further commun- ist street meetings was put into ei- "Washington, March farai board'a iffojrs'to settle, toe surDlus' "problem were pollce have recovered four machines _.. abandoned here after being driven OT jed zocay for an nonr In a, secre, Zaaesvllle from other cities- Two were ision the senate L agriculture" found in February and two in Jaxiu-1 but no acaoa'was-taieri. _ theft Is grand larceny committee decided-- defer if the car is worth S35 or more and 5s; until tomorrow a vote -upon, the ,N punishatla by Imprisonment m fcr an insjuirj into Ohio penitentiary. ltha board and obstacles it has Chief PeteS said that arscticailv of zhe StomobUes are" taken from) couaserea from toe grain trade, taeir narking places along streets or j Some members of tne commKtee highways. Very few were locked- I raised the auesticn Sat a senatorial The majority of stolen auvcmofciles j "uoujry mighu embarrass the bosul feet as a result of one of the riots is the city's history. Union Square, scene cf a coinpar- ativelv orderly demonstration ofl aboui Communists, who form- of a crowd were evidentlv taSes by persons a steo might wishing to take "joy rides" as were abandoned short distances the city. One car, however, was covered" in Fors Thomas, n.7- street, to Chief of Police Joseph D. Petes whose aid was enlisted in locat- ing the eldsrlv maa or his body- -1 Weaver had been an employe of the short-lived j clarv committee here he claimed defense of prohibition was issued here ited Gmmiy's main office in the 0- cooS. won a ate builaing. farce in 1909 whea Several times, he said, these visits! to ix tbe evsr -each the today -sre in order to introduce Pole, has beets prisoner No.. Kest Weoaesday of tbe leagtie to Gruady. Asked bv Blajne about his connec- ton with" the Gcff speech. Spring stated that he believes his uncle took his life by leaping from the "V bridge into the snirlins watesr and that the body lias been swept away. He told Chief Petet that he does not suspect fonl play, although his nncle usually carried a wallet with considerable money on his person. The aged man. according to his minutes turned into battleground as DOilce brcse up aa attempt of the demosstrents to parade to City hall.! ANoS" a the not, marked by charging horses, fiyiag bricis, swinging dabs aad screaming women, was over. 100 j persons bad beea Injured aad 13 ar- rests had been made. j NAVAL CONFERENCE TO END IN APRIL INDICATION NOW ___________, LcenJon. March of the dismissed insrn nis o5d i ave delegations to the naval Arcencan Sccaustsc: st. James palace sa 1030 e. m- to- Lbou'. a month riav. J. Eexnsay MecDosald. tJie meeting iadJceted AoT-pement to -Agreement IU V "Hi-Jitr TrflfFir tail iidLlic Cnairrnaa iegge irons policies, they Legge was understood to have 1 toward this -Fierr la cis lestimoay. tus he did net directly oppose toe resolution. I The proposal, made by Senator jxve. Sen, S. D, would empower a senate coimnirtee to mafce a, thor- ough investigation of gram marfcet- img raethods and their connection iwith the recent; decline in the price ]ot wheat. J yesterday announced plauS of tbe fsrm" board to take I virtuallv all of tiie- surp'ss wheat j off tbe'market as a move toward j price stabilization. Oserating through its newly orga- Estionsl grain 'I :1 i >f 'f- board plans to place jail its available resources behind the j move, said. At present i board has about S75.000.0OO at Trariri JSartb 7. congress is said to be wHUag that Gres- 3ntaL3 has a wori-l mo-' appropriate more if the emergency sopolv on opium and is encouraging, its DToductlon. Sep. Slrovich, a physlciaa. advocated r-------- s who are studying the sis- resort the visible gram supply tlonai reguiatioii of the narcotic traf- j now ever 1SC.CCO.QOO in a speech before the of wbich is ccnsicered sorsSus IstocS. This is tatea as an Indica- "Great Bntaia has established that SI5O.OCO.OCO may oe ssces- to coispleta the project saccess- reports that tae cccTJOrstiori is speculating "ingiSzid today has tre crala PRETTY GIRL IS J might be eiepcted years. of The Bngtsa prime ania- the conferred brieHv with Foreign i these woo are wl-lK-g J> .-e erv cer- Ms-jster Aristlde Bnaad of France before the cmef delegates of the otcer I uao- arrived. agents world or-jgE'-ag poor and pc.es. In and around Gregory today to mars the path of the tornaco which la-, jarea five cerscns iate yesterday. Mrs Marvin Kelson, believed to r.ave been struck fc? a portion of her farm hoaie as :t coHapsed in the gale. was nei expectc-d to recover. Her 2r.is- bar.d was siisaUy Juj-jres! Two ae- Sroes. bei'.eved to fce worr.ea. aad unldeatined girl, were the otsers la-; jured. i Many bosses 5r_ the village were wrecSifrcl so bacly thai occupaats forced to seeX shelter for the night. Only a few -a the bus-aess ags.n oistrici LIFE TERM LIQUOR SENTENCE IS and it was expected ihe nosed pn'oner will released from Lcavenworth Sunday afternoon. WSchtil received the papers in the CocK from the L. S. paroie board sate yesterday snrt thf-m until nearly rold- There no opposition to iwoniaa rcltase. Coo1'' would cave expired criiaiaal cods March 2. 3935. with allowance for-cr. was set as'.de today _ _ _ __ jsupreiae court aad a new tnai orcer- l there- i Cootw si of to be aaSloas to face the world j Mrs. Miiler c-gr.r.ar.y -aaff'l'er chance to serve life out. weariaz a coat or carryiag an niotaer of six children, tne five aoa- "He was iast seea defendants prepared today to] Mala street, -worfc at tis Loray Mills ia! ras described by els aepaew J Gastoala. 8 Iriches The Wheelus, accused j fatal shot; Troy Jcaes. TJaV-s. O. J. Xoasford. sad: for citT to aid Ia the search. fotnid not Berlin. March Hjalroar Scnacht retimed today as presi- dent of the Keichsbanfe- iate yesterday after a jury deilberated i23 rala-Jtes. CONDITION Schacht. who signen the Owen D. 22. of Warr Tonnz plan, recently Ports: bad attacked the government for of the repara- tions plan. TnswieS. Mass- March O_ a raarirje at tsaoath hospital. to- .v from Ia janes la an au- tcraobils accident ia which three coEspaaioas were hurt last night. Sirovich has Introdncetl a. bill antfiorizins Preficcjit Koovn- to cail a conference in nevt year for the of ne- an agreement between the civilized of the world to permit international resulation cf the narcotic trv and only enonsh to fulfill n-cstimate He said the Porter b-Ii to provide of the baa Vccordinq to present plans. said, tne beard will bold an wheat pnrchased or contracted for until after tne -srtnter wheat crop, wnicfe goes to market abont the middle of is disposed fn- meanwhile, sanctioned tmcer- _____ 5? -Lsgsz- Secretary Hyde aad congressional Jesders also were consulted before !the tras made. i i _ 5 iCONTRACTORS TO RESUME WORK ON SOUTH RIVER ROAD W tss ad v Washiagton. March j Howard Taft 5s in ao iinrneciate dasi- j .jer. It was indicated here today. though the former chief justice Is stUI cntScaily ill and no hope Is held "cy physScJans for bis recovery. j His iajprovetneat cf the past four. 7 davs has enabled Drs. France Ksgner aad The of HEROES OF SEA AGAIN CONQUER AN ANGRY OCEAN ro3-. betwesa McCoa- aac ZsaesvOls, wrn proba- be cosed aexi WEeS and remain closed during tha ioHovrtag thres mantis to permit coairactors to corn- its reb-jik2Sag the highway. AH wora wiTj be  a. SJO-nca c-f soiae of Vc__ _ _ Machinery is being leered to tha "tnp of road to be coastractefi. of corcrste will be ooastracted __ from Gavsport southward. Another It'caaie tinder the side of the smuggled into three mile section -SHI be north liner, aad Bsfttarn -KSS haded aboard 'aloae last year, J .4 be ;o sad Saorthr S tjasseagers} mesioai ,st_. i tb-- ir-erlca out the return-' of eatjre wor.a. S-.o- _ljj] ig lifeboat with Its aew passeagsr I V.cJi two hur-crsa t ts-l-S iiner. aaa ea-iarn was aauiea _X-- in a breeches buoy. He was ceat of :_ cora.r.g la his eadeavor to express his tJiaaks of New Tor. j the America's crew hauled the sp, a heavy swell caught it raore aad jammed it aga'ast sliip's side, almost crushing It. faing did a f_aep'.ece ofworS." ataia Frted's cornir-eat oa the STORM WARNING ______. _. __ petting this daughter. _ of goverameat oa the "corn-! flre st New Or.eaas, is calling for i had received a message telnnsr o. ....e basis? in more ways than! him. I New Orleans tragedy, la wh.cn Responding to xtireless requests'wife had died, his son was lost, t] within 50-: jout ii.eboa pitch', Battara fouad his voice outithaak Fried He Xew TorS. March -areat-ier fecresu today issued wara-.ag of cf marked Iateas.ty over Ksa- tacSv moved northsastward. atteaeiec! later, to by w.ids reaching ga'e ve- as muchiloclty for this afteracca or zoaig-it j and smftlas to westerly toaighs. COLDER toc. March 7 pos- iKy chaagiag to saa colder toaigit: Saturday partly cloody w.th colder in southeast aad prcbaKy snow flnrries la north- east portion. wv- 4t 4   

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