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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio 0 fry Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL a. VOL. L, No. 292 ZANESVILLE, O., FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL PRICE: THREE CENTS COMMISSIONERS VOTE HEARING ON PLEASANT VALLEY ROAD MYSTERY SURROUNDS BOMBING OF OHIO DRY ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S HOME VANCE OFjOccupants Escape As FRIDAY IN Bomb Damages House CITY IS SOL S Power Glider Ends 520-Mile Hop ewark Trolley LinelTAPP TAYTO to View It May Sftd Hold Public Hear- f'; ing May 19 i St. was made j county commission-] ers have accepted tie petition Sled by Lee Gorsuch, representing prop- erty owners of Pleasani Valley, seed- ing tie establishment of a ne-ar road isrougb. that vicinity as a means of -ting tie farmers in tiat locality :z of tie mud." It is proposed to use tie ngit-of- formerly occupied by tie South- ern Ohio Public Service company traction line, beginning at a point near tie o-d passenger station and continuing in s, ionhwesterly direc- tion through LieSlng township to tie intersection of state highway No. 156 Tie distance to be covered is about miles. Tie road, it is said. Is TO be graded and graveled- County commissioners have an- nounced they will the road on Mar 5, and that a public hear- ing will be held on the matter Mav 19, at which time decision will be reached whether to grant or refuse the petition of property owners In that locality. Farmers in tie vicinity of Pleasant; Valley cave been literally -penned j in" and are now seeking an improved road which -will permit them easy access to hard surfaced highways leading to Zanesrile. j Mr. Gorstiei applied to county com- inissioners several days ago and pre- sented a formal petition esklng tiat. tie highway ie improved. Inasmjici es tie right-of-way presents en ex- cellent; course to foilcw. it is be-leved j county comissioners will favor tiej imaroverceni; and lend tielr aid making the road fit for travel. j Several highways run inj ail directions at points surrouniing! Pleasant; Valley, but property owners. I Accuses Hoover of Doubt-1 ing Prohibition Enforcement Oil Brings Series Religious Meetings in Churches and Factories April letter j shaped glider powered with a two-cylinder motor written by H. Stayton. chairman 1 jje7r 530 miles ircen Cincinnati. Oiio. to Xew YcrS, in nine' szd a calf hours o' tie board of tie Association j Is s nurtured above as it landed, with Stanley Huffman at tie controls, at .ins- tie s-rohib'fon Amendment I Hoesevels Field. Long Island, after having set a new distance record lor tils andlead todaV before tie senate lob-1 type of silo. Fuel economy is chimed to be one of tie features of tie gUcer committee, credited President j Hoover with beginning "to doubt, jcietier srohlbition can be enforc-j ed." Tis letter was to Charles S. Yi'ood, a vice-president of tie ant' The letter uliicli began by "ay- Ins -this Is absolutely confiden- tial" said: "My feeling Is. as I talk to senators, members of consress and public officials here that Mr. Hoover Is beginning to ilonbt whether prohibition can be en- forced." Tie letter was written to Wood to POSTOFFICE LEASES] OVER NATION TO BE IN SENATE QUIZ get; rsresident have Atterb-jry. the PenrssylTama H. R- Washington, April investi- gation of all peso office leases was ordered by the today. Ths senate approved a sin- gle olvjectioa the Elaine resolution authorising creation of a senatorial ind Republican national committee-j committee of five members to man from investigation. before tie judiciarv commit- Tie investigation was ordered as a tee's orohlbition heartngs. The let- result; cf charges bj Senator Blaine. ter follows: j Republican. Wisconsin, of -fraud and Th-s is confidential. corruption" in tie leasing of 1500 Graiam, who is. I suppose, j postoi I ices all over tie country. thinSlng nos onlv of the and dry! Tie resoiutii issue, but of the Republican ation of s party, which, he very dearly loves, has shown, tiat those matters are so cUose of his heart; tiat he ias per- sonallv urged me to do three things: come few Thuisda1 __ J instantly and he will not; be detained.! put Judge Graham, himself! trorti more tian E3SO.OOO and tiatj bonds to the amount of S1.20O.OOOJ have been issued on tie governments contract. j Blains and Senator Xye. Hepn.j Xarth Dakota contended tils was merely an instance of many similar cases the country. ZanesvJle very fittingly celebrated Good Friday, the most; solemn day 01 the reiigious calendar en Friday. In a greas many churches throughout tie city, services were held at some time during tie day or wsll be helc on Friday evening and hundreds and i hundreds of local peonle attended tie thre hours' service in Liberty tieaterj or in St. John's Lutliersn church. Schools were closed on Friday and iu some Instances factories were closed, while In others, work was finished at neon. For who were working in factories all day. noon-day meetings were planned wherever possible. These i meetings consisted of brief tlevo- ticnals with a short but appro- talk and were ar- GE1S inquiry. name tie committee members. Blaine and others have charged promoters ask General Atterbury leases with the nest off! and go to tie stand fori o-e- cenod of many minuses on Wednesday and j rentals" en wiieh thev have basec' ty. Way will be made for him; erne-anting to about! >ave charjed -r are aeaoaral P ft iH j ice department! I M I years ac excess! UfiUL I _ j _ _ __ jlywc-cd bound. Eere you see her as I; was charged in that case the j. T'- [Answer tO i ear 1 ele i lie Holy week i. t. Milter, general secretarj of the Y. M. C. A. planned for the Good Irldar shop The Friday meetings at tie theater J and St. John's church, which begac; jat o'clock and closed ac two.] three distinct services during! j these hours, were the last cf tLe j weeS services, whicn began on Uon- day and have been held eaci soon at Uberty theater. Dr. J. Si. Shimer. chairman of the! committee in charge. presided each, day and Charles Eankin has led! the sifting. Speaker has been Dr i i William A. Shimer. prcfessor ci phsl- at Ohio State university. Co- lurcbus- He was one of the speat- ers on Friaay and the other" Were Cr- ct cf ai Fight Pending :ugh A. Kelsey. presi- itmgurq college. Xew Con- cord and ZJr. T. Fessendsn, tJastor First M. E church, Ki of Dry Agent IS ear Ashtabula is Bombed -Eappv days are here again- for Bob Cocfc and Dot Oatman, until recently three-a-aav vaudeville sirigers anc jri to residents there and at; tuneslpcrtei have been forced to travel nn-.at a improved routes in rsaciing- paved: taliis liigi-aravs tiat lead into ZanesviHs. L ess- ended the careers of foreign stars in, America. I him to come baci here and tes- on the ISti or 20th. judge is also going to reach Senator 'K'Eds's-orti m Cuba by phone and ask him to break up his vacation! and come for the same purpose- j T cannot ask you too strongly to spress upon General Atrerbury that Judge Graham til __ mentioned things ofvast importance to tie cause. "My own feeling is. as I taoS: senators, members of congress and ublic officials here, that Hoo' Columbus, O., April TVrn-nr- tnis. an" TC-mm; who have been lifted sud- Dr. Selsey based his talk en to wealth br the Sncing cf oil is. no; SIrs. CcoS. whcse home is Mich, say they recently refused 'ended late Tharsdav wtti the quot- aortaon of Sialing's -Tommy y Karl gen- counsel lor tie Oi.o Bell Tele- Asitabula. O-. gers -were blamed today for -die mys- terious bombing of the of SI. Hobinson, promlneni Asitahtsla. jdry enfercemfiit leader, shortly ter daybreak ifcls Xo one was injured in tbe blast which wrecked the front part of tbe foundation cf Robin- son's palatial home on State road. Police are investigating; the ex- plosion on the theory that per- sons who nave been named In Robinson's dry enforcement wort were responsible. Tbe detonation blew oat parr of the front foundation and smashed windows throughout one side of the house. The bomb _ bsd been placed In a basement window sill sometime dcrin; the night, police believe. and Mrs. Hobinsoa and a. maid were asleep in an upstairs room _ tie bias; occurred. They- -srere Sy tie shaking the house and rushing to tie failed to see anyo-ie. leaving the yard. aobiason isas been proaiinanE to dry circles and in law enforcement drives for years- He Is chairman of roe- Ashtabula county enforcement league. He refused to blame lawless forces fee the borabing today and saM he was usable to ascribe a motive -lor the attempt tc wreck Ms hcane- Hobinson is presideni cf the 31. C. Rcbmson company, distributers ccal ?-q building suppliss. The boaibin? iras the second within the past week, last Sar- nrdav a dynamite charge. was placed on "the steps of tne 5- Hersch Company garment fac-" _. torv. Considerable damage was _ done bv the blast although about _ 25 workers escaped injury. Police indicated several susKctss to Se Guestioned today. there was little pcsablllsr- at the bombings Saviagp been carrificl CUE same parties. _ _ -'i aiea because He Willed :t. He i iare avoided tie terrible e-v-j ce iad another co-jrse. They were even open-: suggested to Etas, such as the at-; House Hopes For For "Jake" Cure is Easter Vacation j Fruitless Endangered would cause a great many people tojpreedom of PrCSS is Not be roore generous as to Mr. Hoover's ti-nk; there are thousands of: especially prosuneni peo-1 Eiyria, O.. April verdict res returned suit; filed "William Peer as. conslcer-jof ation. then tie ress cf us orignil refusal to return a verdict in, cquaiiy to be wi-i-ng to of Peer for tie publication of I the iray i; is witi Hr.: -a- j and his ne said. "VTaen the stste needs sorae of his Bui on most of they -rant llr. Eecenah to go far Burr told the commission that no utiiitT companv can exjict Bus it's 'Thank vou. Mr. c. -aeglns to Burr Jr Sn ilon _ _ _ the disciples and sho' if tis world and prese: remedy for it. then the hour cad come. Even on tie cross tie icur determined oy himself. Listen to' (Continued on Page Eleven) i rs in t VEIEW Also Suffer'.May be Salvation of Tens Savs Durbin of Thousands -Washington. Ap changes in tie discussed i the house co: provide benefits for _ ans denied under -ex-jcomes from drinking pcst-proiiitoon caraway cf tie lob-- ,.__ fhigitaUs mace of sub-standard Ja- by committee. Henry H. Curran. pres-' _ of the wet assodation. was tes- Tiie bUl before tie senate is iifvinr at t ai- -or third of Senator Harris, i3em, Ga.. to ex-( Heslti in Wicn.ta lend ths quotas to Sas.. OSlaioraa City, and sev- -7. Eal have you in j of tie western cities in ilissouri and Tasss.ibefore cossress'" asSed Columbus. O, April o'.- Washington, April lowly tie Americaa manufacturer wji be i maggot, despised by sien. appeared to- e n-cnsiocs of tiejaay in tie roie of horcanits's sariour ---liifrori dresd boas diseases. D-i _... s effect in "sseoncl 1 ment. according to a formal statement-a-ajv" of the A. E- asd ncfsir con- biU is complicated, jiow- ever, by three aKiendmcnts. One offered Senator Norljeck. S. B-. would repeal the national origins clause o' the present im- migration act. Another amend- ment offered by Senator Allen, Kep., Kansas, is designed to ad- mit immigrants on the basis of their afiaptireness to American employment needs. Still another, presented by Senator Biack, Dem., Aia., would stop an imral- Sration for five years. tie senate lobby committee, a; point of interest during recent tis. files of tie Association i ATrainst tie prohibition Amendment to be exazoiaea These files. rousnt test, tubes, beasers and retcris !31aine. Hepucl.can. cornmSttes's orjly j: jinto piay in theJr search for a. rem- for tie caralvs-s tiat follows in in "tie forbidden beveras S3 far their search ias been fruitles; but it continues. Federal agents have been Invcsiizntius of Jamaica in tie four states, have their ready aurt more iriflict- ment T Scot, pupils cor-! GAINS 31.65 PCT, said would rr.ot.on for a new; attitude w.th Judge A K Webber. j 3ettrr.a.n sa.a. "We are LAST 10 e-m; mace Sy fcrs.gn to tis United __ Tie tale of Baer's discovery Is ciarsed with tie drasaa. As a doctor on the BatileSeM of France. Baer observed a. sttanje pliensRnenon. Wounded soldiers who lay for days on the battlefield, often recovered while their dii5." given "prompt treatment, often did not. SearcBlng for causes, Bacr found that tbose freshly wounded anfl treated by modern methods frequently de- veloped inflammation of tne bone. Others, who had lain long on the expected fron t Tiere are in iiare gone tirsuga -r-. ot.-.tr years. _ ODS di and control committee. I; was be- i lieved the senate -sroalfi apprcrre tie total resolution aad tius set oa foet u" J estimated at alracst 300. Ins'jlrv rents paid fcr nost SLOWLY "ias! year." ie "t-e Jones five ana ten went, liroug; "with a ncnr merit is away from terstate commerce was to appear before tis senate intsrst-ate! commerce cCTnmtttee He eipected to supply facts bearing oa powers O. hero of, A weei-erid T3C? t.etx. to re- j tie war ss slcw3y dying. prcsentatlves liv'.iig nearsy to v.s.t, Bins, he70 t''-s Tri nfifi TSJ IJCf? homes o-.er tie Easter holidays tie on.y doc ev.er II, VHfc Art IU beu5- siarjnet! fxl.v tv leaders. few canines to ACTION TO CLOSE I Xrr TorS. Ap-J 38-If Mrs Robert BRUNSWICK Bmnsw.cs O, Apr.: cf' Parisian frocks for Easier, she Brunswick township appeared: o' Comoamr B to pay cu-torr. auttont-es HJcely with the report of tie recctlccticn <-f departed icurs to fcitif'Jl fr.erSs'asd Sin. or pppropn- ate to a tian Merr.or.2l Dsy a day espe- cially dedicated to tie uiemcry of tiose -wio iava gene Tils anaoimcercent 5s printed at tiis time Decause it necessary for us to i-ave tie copy In advance of tie ptibllcaticn If ypu wish assistance la oreparinc vour memorial verse or notice. K win be cheerfully additional cost. The "in rneiri rates of 4 cents per vord v 1 pre- ROB TIMEKEEPER TOR MODIFICATION, il. Vir if Apri DI A P A Y' of Tie t JjTlil Z 4 rl 1 sees? to t iAND MAKE ESCAPE Cal.fcrr.ia. 33r wia, -s-.ti; Dr. J April 18 Cattcli last r jzens resolution wi.cn rfiivei tie ISCO rr.cSal c: ;e interstate com- c- Arts and Sc.er.ces. merce theory in a psper reiS was the senate inter- ciety tie C'e-eland. O Apr.l rob-1 j, bers held the time Keeper ci iteta'i Products Ccu to- Eastman cayrr'.l parcel co: state commerce tossy by 3 rT3vrr.an. menioEr of t.-eory bcrdty cassia; tie cf tur.e" rcovin; in only ctie The icance of dlscovsry Is 'revEaieci bv a few facts: Tiers are WET veterass suffsring Irons re" osieomveiitis. In 1S27 tiere were deaths frtaa tie disease. 173053- sends of civt-ians suffer from is. K increasing rapidly due to bcce fores in sitssjcoiies and acc.cents. tie resolution was cstend .-s o-.i: ;.a! h'.s paper s ana ti a tie SEEK BOND ISSUE Waiiinzton, to issue of its 414 per certificates to nt for asteti by tie Hail-way urith COLDER s. April cloudy colfler tonight Saturday possibly ngJit raias alone tao
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