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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio                             'rints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth )L. LI, No. 25 ZANESVILLE, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 28r 1930 PRICE: THREE CENTS EMOCRATIC OBJECTION TO CLAUSES IN TARIFF BILL UPHELD OMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE HEARS AND WORKERS WILL CONTINUE Republicans Amazedfilm Vamp F When Curtis Acts to ring About Filibuster May rated bv lie seriate rules. They resient Curtis acted to he compelled, to rule dens Koa-.er wliec he sect the{ ibe senate conferees thesr_ GCQ.GSO Snscot-Hau iey tarni bill! autooriry they wrote tae aea-j to conlereace was the prime} compromise flexible in Ujes tSos of debate Jsere today jjilL au'.isonucs and pcliil-j effect of his action boners. le-.er. cause a celay of a: least a, publican ciuefs like Floor Leader-week sad probably more Sa consieer-s aad Chairman Snoot denied lation of tee oil! :rs ths jeaate. administration iiatj turned szxxt- announced Se would suos-j ast the bill. M.noritT conferees :o again of and Har-f sBorrcra.- so see !f ihev can eliminate! connection with, the bill SB order to. measure oy delaying Uemoerats hare been rncour- Ed to foeliete Krpubliran-. bate t -onie entiiu-iJMii for the bill rau-e of the larse number of tlzn protests and others. that In more than 00 economu-ts recently >rd spread arcund the Cap- that President Hoover nds ready to the bill, pro- led lie is allowed to retain COH- il of the flexible provision, mocrats indict he uould be of embarrassment if con- lee tlie bill die in confer- ee. rtis has kept ha own counsel, ricscteassert his actica die- Cabinet Choice? [Leaden Skies May Break up Late Afternoon Events ___EEtoratin- the Uith o-f tie of Zsne's trace, the gav nh-ch open-; ed vestemay was scheduled to ccn-, Itiniie afternoon at 3 phat con stsfle the measure, now sn its rCEA Ner YorS Bureau L-.-a De abo-.e. the imnorted of the co-apleaon olj the entsre aJEernoori and STATE Oldest Yale Gradl REFERENDA 01 AS LAWS TIO! prosrarns because cf overcast anci XSA 'Washington Bureau Greece Aooott. aoove. bead of the I Dry Senators >Iay Agree to Vote on Proposal Jfa-. refer- j enda to cetenaiue -Ahcther S folks ix.cs r-.csce' want J t.ou were today by "bose- drj" seastcrs laid plans tor a supreme effort tc dam the How of intoxicants -a hen justice department takts oier nroiubitica Julj announced Sa Xe-ar Torsi IERS PREPARE LEAVE FRANCE D HEROIC DEAD "Ask Smcot." said -Xeier mind." said Smoot. "Wei ail! rjass the fed. It is cot dead; If Curtis intended to set for Mr. I Hoover 2rt his upholding thej Democratic point of order mace cy.; Senator Berkley. Democrat, Kentucky.! Smoot and '-Yatson not in on; the uaaerstanciiriST. They frankly j were amazed a.t the interpretation! Curtis gave the rale. "Cnarlev threw us down." v.'atson! ._-.. saic later" to newspapermen, arguing i VlgOrOUS Jrlan Ol there was no foundation fcr the- taken by the vice president DRIVE f CL.D N ENTIRE be held at 3 o'clock tted- nesda> afternoon. Seven have "been antt a few more mav be anay "The Little Red Cabin." -The IrL-li or "Turkry IGRAF ZFPPELI IS therwf slumeil thej wanted to vole MII it- Meanuhile scnjtor Dem.. Tex.. of the proliibitmii lie wwultl to uitglK inanife-C fur f- 11OII i IdllllCU These leaders are just as much a about what they will co coir.; said the con- sea In his deciston ferees esceeced their 1 they adopted tariff coTTTn'ss-cn to proclaim rates as law if tae president aid not af-j" fntn or veto them within 60 days Colun3bU3. May for te a simple rnaiter for the Idler Sons Continue Eternal Vigil conferees to strike out this provision! ris. Hay first group of] reccr- -cack to American Gold Star mothers are to sail tomorrow aboard the sd. States liner President or their horses. ys cestaej would ale automatically, although t "sons. !-ae President would be defying the 1 Delayed by ncd for aftemoos on N'crtli Fifth street, trie street to be roped o3 Heavy Rains traff.c aivcr'ed to other streets-; Memorial Concert fcano. was ;rec for the program conference a; whica organiza-i v.'eclnescay of Ohio Old Age Assistance Fernarnbuco. Brazil. May 23 iirissbie Graf Zeppelin aerjarted for Eavaca and Lafcehurst. X. J_ at I League was corasletea. ter spending four ca; graves oi their soldier icrs were oacfe In Paris today. g the last of tne sights on taeir Four of the have mauider of the flesisle clause. It pro- vides that the tariff commission rec-j chanses to the Presl-i if the President does not I rate recommendation then; thej law Ses thas omniend en, an acr, the Officers nere eiritcil a? fol- lows: ITroident. 31- O- Hamilton: viie president, I.ec Hall. Ar- thur H. Cincinnati: assistant Matt Broun. Pprin-- ficld: treasurer, i. -Jockel. Cin- cinnati- Three tnerscers K the daT in to act. i comm-ttce. .were elected ancS four) selected at later! this Is not; as simple as it sounds Sheens The three were Ecv. s.d-i indicated he would go bacSr-ney Ssceet. Coluraoas, representing! Ohso Feaeratlon tcok; part ram. _ made tli. t the pair uhKh ridden Indian scouts ieailin- parade, uere from the -l-tnies- K in bj White, riKitl. fur n tr-s to Snjoot ana Watson, ot as simple as it sounds oceans total price of The riders j jldirrlt. Cnlunihus n a. m an'1 had hoarded the ship carl> in preparation for departure- A hcaix rain dclatert the decknn to Mart nortiuvard on the flint of more than miles and tbe left thr ?hir- Tbe cieareo later and Eckeser decided to start first :00 yeers n-ay hardest fcr iome foils, cut DO. Edward Payson Bracstreet. above, of! who has enjoved e-.ery  .moves through tve cows to-v-> Se.- JDOarQ its III Its fe cows tow Se.- cra: rcserraticns have been jnade for fl-gnts i Arrests Made Along At-' lantic Coast i LOCAL PEOPLE TO1 he was asUed. -Tes." i T-ere elatec oy Jones" state- ment. loorts as if ne :s bcg.nnsng to S see tne ligrt" Senator Tjdings. Democrat. Xarylanc. one of tne sen- ate's wet leacers Mn't to romment. hut senaiiir Ucmocnit. ro-aatii'ir of the anicnilnient. siiil he not foe! ronccrnf! ah-iut the in .JourV -tate ami b'-can'e tlif senator tlie opinion that his state Srepoara howc-.er ihal :i state voted fcr ?npea! or rnOGifica- tion he wou.e -i senoi.5 con- State Educational Men Await Decision cQUcationai authorities Ohio locit on interest to tie: n-.iae the outcome cf the followed with a short talk that the co-operation Iroox tae state supreme court will hear arguments of the Perry counts acd residents cf the Hopewell district at a session Thurs- day morning. Queer and ilcvclop- n-ents in the of the State relative to the iifMitioii of school have lieen brought to lijlil ilurmr the >rar frpjtmodic "1'ich lia-.p conic -it nf boards "f education. France Alarmed Para. May The Prenca minis-, stolen jewels try of corcmerce indicated that' it consfcerecl the possibility of more t "rivestirat-on tenris for French gooos ran-'FLY ley -n city ccnt.nued their. Df a of gem besn coerat.nc, TO RACES IN 1931 dnve. jollowing is the report by teams: Team Ounla Total IM.-. I. C. S TG5O S 5.229.35 IXv. fj. Br. ir 5 005 173 3. Harrv 3.-430 35 CO IXv. 4. c. Ji. 5 330 105.50 o Srnesr, i JJ27O 17! 50 The whicn ae-SLhv 5 eloped folio-wing the ultimatum _ _ _5.C5O_ 53 CO 3.7SO.7n 1.270.38 tie part of the coun'y board. _ _ _ 9. F. G 2.ZV) 100 CO Countv Div_ cruarles 2.0CO 12 00 ..omen's B S- Le c_ 3 000 155 OO 23O500 Totals 1.-133.I5 169.70 would place the nei school 1 Dir. 3 Lici ng county, has grown to portions osjond the ccnticl cf coun-j ty officials, ant; tte state supreme has been asrjroacned as thei last resort. Residents of eaaterri dls-, trict filed a aoout a mcntnj act.oh to force tne Perryi ,._.... county bcara of education to accept' It ill 11111 fll their 'rxrition fcr ancetat.on to the I- inl If f- I i I] Pe-y C-stnct IE turn. Pros-] 11 ill 1 O U! esator jErrserson V.sgner of Xcw Lex-j ir.gtoi ccuntcred a demur-'p IfUIT rer. ocni.iting facts as outlined I A V I I Li 11 U i in th" petstHm out a-.emng tne rnat-51 O X I I i lltfl I f I LU I I LlUi I f I Turner Bucks Headwinds I on His Trip ath Parts of India States, particularly glovss. perfumes j arid silfc stocfclngs. The tween: 3.009 and 5 OCO jol jewelrv toid of y May reached fiounsacs best where gooes are vaults middle of tl-c -wee1: ;n a much9 changed. .er mood today after the tumul-" 5 and blc-Cti-v riotinj- Scot r.eed many ins from tSf municipal airport  JI be of fc-ur cty prcvccd bv Het-urr-.in-. they on tcnter-hooSs for the past products and Americans hitherto hare i 0- needed Frencri goods, but If rac-r taat' wjll land at ?t 7-30 Seatinr. satd to oe1 to rr? Jays. United States stops buying French i goods we will not have the ironey to Edgar Kelson. 52. sa.S he e rest of India appeared to share, buy American goods and America preparative calm, judsing from; certain to ibsence of reports tellins of He claimed net to from C tr.e four, t-te flig-t ?re C V.ncent. Dan PriT ana Mtes city, and Hocert disturbances !n tr.e -T asd a. woman wno were crrcsted mcnt. The Irterlude was na-n' NAVY HFFirFRS TA1 'n a fcotel necKiric over the from' ilrt W1 OTer t-ne dr.isim of May i.-tlcv siiowms tlie religion of anil of piihhr official-; i- kfpc lit the board of temperance, prohibition ptihitr rescardi secre- tary. Fleets Pitkett the sen- are comniittoe totlay. I'sckrrt he considered rathoUcs wet. that -when Vv by found a. man was a member of "It is easy is jet today, the ra'e en'Icil insofar the rerrt rosintt- {iiiaril i- rsjncernc'l- if the demurrer ac- tion If er. a il.itc nil! -ct ier iz trefcrc at time, evi- tvill lie U-e prcsecu'c- 'r tS-s ce- After heaawinos for fully Tors Turner express piane ajrsort last niESt 7 o'clock (PSTi njct "3 Sosrs W. J. J-JM __. _ _ _ _- J J t -w saia. Esoer.d it T J fijT fl! i nnfll HcTsew-cii cor.t.asent one ai- ana minutes after leaving Roosa- r'ij 533 in 3927 in. I h j S I i SH :t rest5 :rT an appca. fronij veil i, I ina S155656 :n 1923 Ll! I -'iitJU! v'ces cojrt en here. Hi? lime was 2S minutes i --i- T Sufi 5S second" thai] prcvjou-- hy Capf- frank M. Hav.k--. who flew the route in a fiirht IP 1923. Col. Turner made one at Hirhita. Kan. lcc-13, Col. Los Arises, Calif.. 2fey j Rcscoe Tamer today dairacd a. sew record for an east-west fl.sht --otr.mittee -odzy. Rec--I3ts were S1-3.IS1 in 1S2 S13C.723 in 1923. and 1923 a: 3f rejected _v rr.ace Xlondav! A TIWT A TAT A CO A TTT T cf "I'-ch were sprcec :-.o cf tne terriolclIflAlM 1AIN AoDAULl since SJahatma Gandhi and tsegnn toe march frcrni ?c.abad to ISandj wh ch he pasfi-.e rcsisiance campaign" ist BniisT rule tlie Bay of r_ in com 1717 A TWI7D MST see were rrivtt.I.sc1 n out of when de; ti-sts walKed into the note, room Tie' offl- Trsrd below was searcneti i rard rSc, w-as 1 at the pro- of RritiMi nfe reported none aroon; mam drarf, et total ce-it! :n ?rd Sur- nce Si-.idai tc'ale'i S3 of ere killed st Raasoori ;r. i. f'lht i.- f-n an'l strike brcaXrrs. Fifteen n coolie worrerj were uries retxsried from the totaled S73 of whom "-S at oon and 72 r.cre. continued their on the tve ang S20.0C-D In London lirsstatjcti treat- before the Ecna'c foreign relations and naval _______ tcKrirditees tooay centenng tneir at-_ -rrr I TO !aci es heretofore, on the TfSj j[ i Jj 'Japanese rauo and the sis-sr.csi cra- allotted the Ur-ited S'ates TM DAflM OF HOMF T ..Tre char.ced Jansncse ratio Ss verv 1" IvLIUlfi imrwrjarit from the standpoint of member of tint off canipai-n .n IfJjK. there VCI-.TC incrca'-cc! that year for icr. printing and 'aiarje' of T.orr'en v-ere on their E Srrilr' ara of tr.e he Carres Go-Tjtn. rcri a CHarcr.c- '.-..L-on. c-f tarr'ne ar.d feather- v-r cf tre ooar-; stat tre ele-r- S _S. for t.-n o-t. "as -e has harjea :o t.-eVtranre-i w.fe of '-iave Si'sf'tltoi.st rvewson-.e >a-i ;c t'le -n here, i wlncn I'sla tnat cc'-ritv oo-rt; acted in fr.ith :n 'Express Gratitude to O.; 1 X. G- Members il point o-i that the rill to a esterit -xs.iCics of .tc.ioois o-.er tie j> i i %y jf AK I 1 across sv 2S-.-.-. namrr.ond. Ls brotr-ers p ,5 >onir prj-onerc (mm to in the siofkarfc. f Innre thy of thr jn-ti- e rcacr.ea the -s Turner met wit1! escel- sj'tcru lent flying conciticns. bst from tiers tue Roaches ana 01 to ios h s coi.rs'e by "If :t been for taose cotssi- Lave made IT here before saia. irias "wotild JSar 28 Blaacxse him en the ground an hour ear- Ber.r.ctt. 03 ar.d Kszel Ka-- i.cr. rt O CARDINAL DIES Cirrs, May -s ?-sj Lucorj. t.ie carciria! hero o: rii. died 1'cre toCsv at S 30 a he cardinal was 87 -.car; had been firKm; s.ncc Tins not unexpected J A' NOTICE- Philjpn.r.es. they net j- -rears of t--.e wife cf subirit to >avc the islands taken from loved. he sa.d. "TJ-.is a all the rr.ore' Seriora err-Ac.sted ard reason svjy should net clothed in fc-urc; ii a dcr the power to prctect them" jrocrn of home here while r.o- hj-biro bo3v If- '.r a casktt SEIZE MILLION COUNTERFEIT NOTEJ j Mat than I SI.iHW.ONO in Vniintrrfpit hank i lo hatr hrrn i hv '.ertirt? oprraiors in raiil toila> in BrooMyn. j The i-Firnrr i< viid to he the In the hi'tory of the t. LIMA LAWYER PLAINTIFF IN SUIT SEEKING S250. OX LIQUOR CHARGES parture from O.iio peti.tent.arr 37. wer-e iield federal in trie wh.ie swath of 5-- ti-c- f-3 here v-.tn ?r; limits, Tt-mer was nves an. transport-r.; 7; gal.cns of   -.r. arc rcr a f.rrr. Learn; PROBE FIRE ORIGIN OK! Oij. a f.om tfi" rairnfccr Icaie it, iJicrc x "omr place' j Alat tbat sumpia? _ i Tnrtv men :air follow in; Mattio Matters. anrl frr jr-f si e WAS placet j.i t-i? hcsrvv5-5 5l.e sen keot a n tne iwc-t 'or 11 vean-. ar.d Tfis constant- a .y husOTr.d and his lover, whom she saia -njn. rr.fr- of IT ibceo in the vsu se- .1 rr O-' jvS e wxicc ot w destroyed tsc COO' Thomas coliseum here yestertiav.' charge o: IN -a tiy ra-JiCJoas.y anc aid "J v nerves reoxitatica wortci ll' jC.ty.' to cxter.3 f> yoj for tie cured fo- at t-ixr GO we w.sri to ab'c Craven, 'or tte.r acd ef- crts in To a man. eel that Ui nd p- Iriatead cf loc- .em as IsoV as ot.r c.fij-.CTers was among tr.s froin the plane V.rupcn attendants were ready wrts a" care Tarrer co-npanior1. G-lrr-ore. a lica OFFICER WOUNDED BOY IS SHOT BEER IS SEIZED fctorn 335 p t amount .-.p w-s bv 'snrc'e to General Ker- Greene Testerdsv on for tne rr-any kindnesses S230GCO ar.d for the grntleinanly -cori-, rr.er. were Uw and fro-n sold.ers throughout this under arres- fo.Icw-.r-? a raia i wfre seve-f.y injured wi.cn ee the Union Trust buSJding here Mc'r.ef crrierSerry on Home. ;pon papers were left Cs-i 'Be TC p'OTiiriT- --OC.-H! club, po for s ff i'-r   IXnuto Prnhiblt.on Ad- ,c5t In A Canadian brewery. Htrjance of tae grounds." ministra tor John E. Avron. O, ilsv iroK-'UL'rlsr'o- prosecutors" off.ce tcxiay sa .ctca 6V C3 of srjoeting of 33tt- :a-s <-r -vr-o said fte :2. wno was retscrted .ot officer f 5 :n- -v.ti: a Stillet wound in his taed :.orrj .n -s of a fiee- Eawara was. shot, police 6y jprt e 61 eld watxavraan v .n'c was "lodged ia a ceU in Central pa'jeo i CONTINUED COOL Tyssplnstor- May forecast for ard Thursday: O'lio' Pair and ay and continued cool. The American   ilJIr. j- Krnot ewU's "rutisanx nrjiiuunciM- to irass the of S1J270. anil the women's haisa- tee- S3.0IJO them. v.lietier the goal Ss to be rsacced depeads upon tse Interest to manifest in the project. leaders asserted foliowiiig the meet- j whicM was tbe last rejruiar see- of all solicitors Reports will coc- :o corce in at the headquarters ca Main street for tne nest two weefer. howe-.er- C. Alfred SJ.edsl. of the- I- Fund organization, addressed tne carapaigne-rs at tbe meeting Wednes- day ncori- "I certainly appreciate tee saowdowa is excected tomorrow support of everyone of tse solicitcrs." in't-ie school said in Siis sSort talk. He cos- case, settlenaerjt of whicri has jiis stal' of ass-staats and. every source was everytiuag that, could be expected He was fcliciec! by Ijou '2 Shaw. two cam- paigns. wno-made an appeal to the "t-s group to pledge their services for its I_% fc t V LWSPAPLRl NEWSPAPER!   

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