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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1931, Zanesville, Ohio                               Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth VOL. No. 44 FRIDAY JUNE 1931 THREE CENTS CRISIS REACHED AS RIVAL MINE UNIONS LINE UP IN FIELD HAITIAN LAW-MAKERS TO BY U. S. TROOPS Fear Opposing Picket Lines Will Get Into Open Fight Over Issue Solon's Daughter Elopes St. June a sharp skirmish today between com pany mine guards and striking ml- ere at the plney mine in Jeffer- son the guards repelled the pickets with tear gas and clubs and arrested nine men A dozen men were slightly but there no serious injuries. Chief interest in the strike situa- tion in Belmont county centered todaj on tht Provident near here which was being picketed by the en- emy groups ol strikers. The United Minr Workers called a .strike of Its at the Provi- dent mine Trip Na- tional Miners' radical or- ganization which Inaugurated the current strike In this been picketing the mine for the last tuo As a two picket one on each side or the were on duty todcy. The mine closed down last night as a. result of the second strike The U. M. W. strike resulted Irom th announcement ot Ezra Van Horn GIRL SEEMED IN FINE SPIRI1 DAY OF Trace Her Actions Up to Afternoon BULLET IV June in- dications of an earh solution of the imstery of Starr FalthfuJJ's death were today by De- tectUe Inspector H- R. King of county. He announced he was working on if veri- will a definite break in the case and will solve by the U p J June move- menr.i Starr FaithfuH have been Traced TO within 10 hours of her cratn. police announced todpy as Dis- Attorney Elvln N. Edwards pre- pared to lay additional evidence of -he baffling case before the Nassau cxmnty grand Jury. while there have been many indi- cations tne beautiful Greenwich Vil- girl hir1 taken ter own Kdwards that de- velopments of the past 24 hours had strengthened his nt belief she met death by violence- Authorities aLbo have Indicat- ed an increasing Interest In the actions of Elizabeth Tucker who prefers to be called over the week-end in which her Starr met death. The mystery of weekend in Provldrncc deepened with the revelation of Inspector Harold R. Ring that he is seeking several telegrams he be- lieves were received by the girl and signed only with the initial King refused to reveal what connection this may have with the case. Another development was the dis- closure by Mrs. Jacfc Baxr of Larch- mont. N. that a friend whom po- lice described only as saw talked with Starr between 2'30 and 3 o'clock on the afternoon of her in Grand Central station. Au- thorities have fbcod the time of the girl's death as either Friday night or early approiimate- of president of the Clark -j son Coal Co. operators of the that he would no with either union. Citizen and merchants of St clairs- vllle today sent a petition to Van Horn asking that he reconsider his decision. The Provident mine Is one or the largest In this vicinity and its suspension means serious loss of business. A brief disturbance betueen strik- ers and three mine guards occurred j last night in the village of Maynard. I The mine who are also ape- I cial were chased out of the village and their auto windows smash- ed. The strikers declared the three were intoxicated Seven more arrests were made today by deputies-. Members ot the National MlnerV those be charged with dis- tributing literature in violation of the Ohio criminal syndicalism act. Sheriff Howard Duff of Belmont and Major John A- Blount ol the Ohio national representing Gov. George and Adjutant General were on the scene to observe conditions. Opinion in the vicinity had It that the con- flicting picket lines could not be 15 INDICTMENTS RETURNED BY GRAND JURY IN FINAL REPORT Watt M. Barnett Held For Misapplication of Funds maintained for long combat without open lv 48 hours before round washed up on long Beach. her body was the sacds of Tills police described Miss FaiVhlull as being in a cheerful and apparently nappy frame of mind. Stanley E trip girl's had told police tha t his daughter was reeling in the best or spirits -when she left home that and his corroboration by this new police lends credence to the murder theory. Fanhiull still clings to ths murder and when he returned hocie last night alter a day of questioning at MincolE. he said he waa strongly under impression authorities scared his views. Murh has oe-n given to a culcicle theory in view of a letter Dr. G. Jameson Carr. ship's doctor ol the Cunard liner is said to have received and which he bringing hare aboard the liner La- ronia. The ship is expected to doct -PI Boston on Sunday. The leUer is John Saxton. national represents IVB of the M W. and John Cinque sub-district chairman of the same announced they had reached an agreement with Thomas Purs- glove of the Pursglove Mining Co. operating the Big Five mine at Ban- lor recognition of the U. W. a tentative appointment of a union check as tem- porary pending further conferences between the union offi- cials and the operators. The U. M. W. today emulated tne action of their non-conformist breth- ren when they sent a committee six. representing the older to Columbus to ask Gov. George White to call a conference of operators and union officials in the Ohio field in an attempt to bring oeace to the The situation in Belmont and Jef- ferson counties today had reached what uas regarded here as a crisis. The U. M- W. held a series of meetings .simultaneously with otliers called by the N. M. but there nas no serious conflict. It made bv officiate of tire U. M. that did not recognize strikes which the newer union called days ago and ulilcii has crippled tfie. alrendy handicapped Ohio flelrt. SkirmisHes between pickets of the radical union and sheriff's deputies and mine guards were reported yes- terday over the entire area One man was in Martins Ferry hospital as the result of one such encounter near there and a deputy sheriff was in the same hospital as the result of what Sheriff Durl said was an acci- dentaly shooting. Meanwhile Major Blouxr and Sher- iff Du3 continued investigation into the circumstances surrounding the theft of cases of dynamite con- taining 50 sticks stolen late yes- terday from a construction camp Of the state highway department. KILLEETErTBLAST THOUGHT VICTIM OF HIS OWN PLOT Cleveland. June 19 Lom- bardo. a convicted still operator who was paroled nine days ago from the was killed early to- day when a terrific explosion leveled a two story house. Lombardo livexl in another house near the scene of the blast. Detectives are working on a. theory that Lorn- barrio himself applied the tcrth that It didn't take long'for Miss Justine daugnter of Congressman Robert of to begin her career after graduating from American at D. C. She eloped with a ttudent of Gedrge Washington and It's as Mrs. Casiles A. house- that she is pictured here with her husband after the marriage in Va. HUNG BY FINGERS TO 16TH STORY WINDOW Driven Out On Ledge By Rescued Just in Nick of Time As Strength Giving Out Cnlcago. June fingers par- alyzed and one side painfully scorched Walter H uaa res- cued today after clinging for 20 min- utes to a 16th-floor window ledge REPBRT Held For Jury to Reconsider ri. o June indictments charging the rob- Dery of trsm three members or the Bowman gang which terrorised southern and eastern remained Jn Jail here today while authorities considered the possibility of murder set off tbe explosion and Urn of his own plot. a vlc- for the alleged ac.. said. More than 10GQ persons living in the neighbborhood ran to the streets when the ejcpiosion occurred. Pieces of flaming wreckage were hurled aundreds of feet and windows In houses a block away were shattered. Thfj body of the buried un- der piles of smouldering debris was not found until r-ollce and them- and Hon artl alleged leaders of the and Lyle were In- dicted nlgbt in the of the Citizens bank at which resulted in their cap- indicted In the looting of a baitk at near some time iigo. The grand Jury will reconvene next Wednesday to consider evidence in the deatn of Louis Schneck who died at Cincinnati after being thot during me HiggmsporT invasion. Stimeck's deatn was due to fcypoe- tatlc pneumonia physicians by sheet and confinement due to his wcroiid. Authorities do not know they can press murder charges against the trio inasmuch as the bullet was Ilred during a gun battle which fol- detectives been at the scene fox Indicating en intention Starr to commit suicide within 24 urs of its dispatch on June more than mi hour. Police were told that Mr. and dl Gaetano and their rho lived in the deartrored house were in Chicago. Battalion Fire Cfcief William Cer- was walking in the back yard he SAW an arm protruding from the debris UfUng up a section of becfc -arall firemen found the SECRET AND QUESTION OF TOlockrt SALES IN DISPUTE a. 10 and dctecuvee linable to locate hia wire. Rose. Neither oouic they Ilnd ruto kept in a ncarbv County Prosecutor Ray U Thonams RUTH NICHOLS TO to the secret contract rr MVS ne hid Ohio Bfli- ccsipanj written DELAY SOLO TRIP New York. June Stan off ____ Miss Ruth flight to Harbor ww today in Gricr N first ol her pio-l or the rormcr city flight acrojv the delayrd until next week S of to ber The BoTfmans -are In var- ious sections in connection with ban- dit depredations. ARREST GIRL FOR QUESTIONING IN QUARRY MURDER June 19 second ar- rest in quarry murder case -was made today when County Investigator O. J. Roush took into custody Mar- cella Schlegel. IT. a Iriend or Wooas. whose mutilated body found in the quarry pond a Sciiltgel wat5 held lor In regard to a quarrel to have while fire raged through his exclusive North Side apartment. couldn't have lasted another said a wealthy plastering contractor and former member of the school board. was alone in the he said. wife imd children were in the country. After daybreajc I awoke coughing and chok- ing from smote. ran from the bedroom toward the front of the hut was back by flames Then I dash- ed' to another but was cvt p'f also. The wnole it of lire with the ex- ception of my I ran but the swept in after me and 1 lorced to the taen into flTifl finally tad to drop over the clinging by linger tipe. leaped the window at me. My fingers became stiff and blistered I heard fire engines below and knew help waa but w afrajd I couldn't hang on until It got there. thousand thoughts raced through my but ihere wasn't a thing I could do to help myself. it seemed became so hot I thought I must drop and risk try- ing to catch a new hold on the window ledge fcelow me. Just they the smoke seemed to and a moment later the fireman dragged me to Fire Chief A. G. Brandt estimated the damage to Brandenburg's nine- rorvm apartment was about Watt M. president of the recently closed State Security named in four Indictments re- turned following the re-con- vened session of the April grand Jury The true bills charged embezzlement and embezzle- ment and misapplication of funds The third indictment contained nine- while the fourth includ- ed nine counts. The various In the Included in tHe In- dictments deals solely with and not with actual money on tleposlt at the It Ls 'sairL Barnett voluntarily reported to Sheriff William Curtis early Fri- day afternoon. 'Efforts were beinp made by the defendant to furnish the sum of which has not announced bv Common Pleas Judge c. F. Rible. The jury returned fifteen indict- ments In all. Aside from thoce against one other was secretly re- turned and the person involved not be made known until taken into custody. It is- understood this in- dictment has no connection with the Barnett charges. The ten known indictments w returned against the following- Da- vid carrying- concealed Mike carrying con- cealed Robert attempted non- Amanda receiving stolen Jackson bur- glary and Everett burglary and Carl McDonald operating motor vehicle without own- er's Sumner Van steal- ing an and Clover Sim- burglary and larceny. Eighty persons were called upon to testify before the grand Jury in its secret probe. Ten Indictments were ignored Prosecutor NAUTILUS LOSES MO RE EQUIPMENT 0 N TPJAL VOYAGE Wishlngftoii. Juiie 19 bat- tered and disabled in 'mid-AUantlv tho submarine Nautilus in which ex- plorer Hubert WUfcins proposes to reach the North Pole now has had its bridge and periscope swept The battleship towed the Nautilus until she got one motor reported to the nnvy that it was keeping In dose touch with tbe Thejiary report reports very rcrugh sea presented all cases to the inquisitor- ial he Jury began its deliberations last having been prin- cipally for the purpose of investigat- ing bond entanglements at State Se- curity me personnel ol me grand jury -William Louis Cleo Schneider. Jean- ejte B- Chester C. Helen G Varner. L-ee Gertrdc Shoe- maker. C. K. Brooks. Cyrus Nellier Alice KlrkendalL. Dora Twymant K. K KTVETI and Richard Miller. INT EV JS APPLE Chicago Bureau The two men behind the scenes who directed squads that obtained evidence resulting in the indictment of Al Capone and Ills Chicago gang axe shown here. Above is Robert E acting collector of internal whose agents charge Capone vith to report of his income for fUe years. Below Is E. in charge of prohibition ''agents who found evidence 5000 liquor la'Tr violations. QUITS AFTER APPROVAL T Economy .Wave Did Not Last Long with ship roiling heavily. Nautilus has lost bridge and periscope. Can nothing. Sealed up with- out running lights in searchlight Wyoming keeps frequent radio course and as PROPOSED BOOST OF FREIGHT RATES IS BEING OPPOSED Nature Cooperates With Community Chest THOMAS Besides mobilizing- her productive farces in behalf of the gardens of Zanesrllle's Nature is Just as busy in neighborhood orch- and zsreparlng to as- sist the community chest's reliel agencies In caring for the shculd of wort contitnie beyond the summer season into the fall and winter. The apple promises to the star part in this benefit not only because it will outnumber any of the other but also because it is a hunger killer of a high order. And It not only tickles fumisncs food. Most crops pass through a of perilous until the very day of harrest- but It is hardly thinkable that anything serious can befall Mustln- guzn county apples between now and The apple that or is ready be plucked from the is in prime O_ June gen- eral Appropri3-tlcn mora than for the operation of the state government during 1931 and 1932. had cleared its flirt legislative hurdle today and the law-makers had returned to their homes for wnat is probably the last wee2x-end recess Ire- c Iinal adjournment. The house passed tne bill short- ly after 11 p. m. Friday cfter It bad been debated for more than nine hours. The final after all imcndments had been was 98 to 10. The bill will come before the senate n-it week. As br the bill carries in appropriations from general revenue funds and 700.00O from special including revenues for highway re- pair and and various ro- tary funds derived from special taxss. The total appropriations reconi- merdedl by the finance committee increased approximately 000 by the house by amendments. Despite the emnhAsis placed on the necessity strict economy and the elimination of trires. tne first Trapped Capone Treaty Since President Asked To Act Quickly Port An Haiti. June Tho legislative cliamber unanlmouslT adopted a report today declaring the treaty with the United States to have been non-existent since 1926. A message was sent to Presi- dent Stenlo Vincent asking Im- mediate steps be taken through regular channels to put a stop to the of the republic by the United states. The report said the presence of American military forces is unneces- sarily vexing and dangerous since the election of a stable government. convention signed Sept. expired May the report IN mm ARE Sizzling Heat Sweeps the Entire Country June 19. With still officially two days the country was gripped today by a siz- zling heat wave which had. Xilled at Ipast sent temperatures climb- ing to record and threatened in some sections to damage crops unless there was quick relief. Forecasters agreed the would not breaJr before except possibly along the Atlantic and no real relief was promised earl- ier than tomorrow. N Temperatures above 90 prevailed yesterday throughout most at the western Half of th e United States and at least two Phoenix and Amarillo. the mercury climbed to the 100 marfc or higher. In a maximum tempera- ture of 90 degrees was reached. It vras the hottest it had been this year and only one degree lower than the nil-time record for June 18. At least two deaths Mere at- tributed to the heat. By coin- both victims were paint- ers. L- fell from 3 iatiucr at Denton and was and the Henry fell dezd while a house in Oak IIL PJij-sicians Slinpirfr feU by heat and that BrancfTs'dtath was due heart aggravated by the sudden tempcrture Temperatures of 90 or higher were general through south- west and midwest states. In many ngp rnade m the bill was to increase its total farmers said that unless there was immediate relief. crops would suffer seriously. Most sec- ions have had sufficient but it was feaxeti crops could no-t niand suo- den changes like at where- the mercury Jumped 30 de- gretfi In nins hours. In the Minnesota and around dry parching winds accompanied the heat wave. was the hottest place in the country yesterday with a maxi- mum of 104 degrees ArnartUo next with 100. Some other places with mEjimums of over 9Q were- HI. Springfield. Ill 96. Davenport la.. St. Louis 94 and Sioux 94. said. additional met of May 2fl. la null and ahould be non existent. The Haltien executlTft should act .diligently In name of the republic to suspend aa soon possible the effects of the convention and the American military occupa- IT the senate the it will go to the president for final action. He can withhold cision indefinitely if he chooses. Haiti has a population of more than negroes. Haiti and Santo Domingo Jointly occupy a large ialand in tfce Carib- between Cuba ajnd Porto Rico. Haiti has had a long and his- f After a- revolution and massacre liv the states marines ed and have been there since. A treaty became effective tho next year under which the United States agreed to assist in the of OIL orderly government and aasumed pw- tlal control of the countryY-linancesv natives- rose- against the .mar- ines late in 1929 some of them were killed. President Hoover sent a commission headed by Cameron. Fortws to and it recom- mended ending Anyjrtcjui supervision as soon as the political situation war. rants It. CITY SEEKING TO PLACE ON 1TOBJOflf E Noted Fliers May Stop Here in July ZanesvUle will seek a place on the route of the national air which will crocs this section of the country early in it was announced tc day by Brycc C. manager of the Chamber of Conunerce. The aviation committee of the chamber has been assigned to taie charge of efforts to bring the noted fliers to this city. Many the nation's foremost aviators jsflOt skips in the which Is due to reach on July 8. The alt .annually one of outstanding for commercial aeronautic is .scheduled to pass every tnJs city fn recogni- tion of ZanesviUe's rapidly growing place in it is thought that sponsors of the tour wfil prevailed upon to make municipal landing Ueld a.stop on LUNATIC ROAMS CHICAGO STREETS AND POLICE BUSY Chicago. June from jail through the error of a newly aupolnt- aviation director. Hep. Earl Jonnson Lake coun- who uses a plaae In traveling between his and the sponsored the amend- which Included S5OOO for the plane and 640QQ lar its maintenance anl including gasoline. After approrlng the airplane pur- the house offset the budget in- Torn to Fifteen state for human H noSuSar coustant questioning Saturday. Roush was informed tumi Schlegel had made statements abcmi tlye Indicating sbe vsi she -wanted to Tbe girl was questions briefly al- Ur her arrest and tfcen taken to the county Jill to be iced later in the day. May lonnerJy kept company wits coUoa men and todmv in propied 15 There is no product of tfie soil that the average child eats with greater reliih. TLe oihcraicc uncm- pioytd appiepicker with half a dozen Turn to Pape Thrrr STORY OF TOLD BY TEXAS oranaed officially as a roamed at large today while police deployed in search .of him and stood guard over the home oT tae wiiom he once almost beat to death. The man. Michael 44. was released Tuesday from the county but it xraa not made public Tmtil to- day that he was free. TOS arrested March 26 alter beating his wife unconscious with a millet. He turned over to the ne-ar -where doc- tors pronounced him a lunatic wltfc nomlddal Upon the report of the clinic. R Far this rtty ____ pess ovprhrad in mces and special manruvers which lead across otUj on one occasion has the'city been ed a plrce on a regular race scfied- nJe. Two years ago. niers-ln the Ohio air brought tbeir planes into field for but wltH the much-Improved it is .pointed out city presents an Ideal location for an air-tour stop' An overnight atop Trtll be made at J Wheeling on June continuing vest- ward toward-thia city on the lollnw- -1 ing day. Tne tour will stsrt from Cetrolt on July 4. and then continue ta Kcw York. Prom the planes TfEl fly back toward Wheeling two captain Ray Collins is general manager of the and Storey Is omcial radio announcer Included in the great air armada are 30 planes containing entries axia 10 cralt bearing- of- raphers. this June Juat four men stripped B. P. Brown of ols clothing and him by a new rope from z. chandelier over TOUhe pulpr. of the North Dallas flap- In many shippers are ___ tiseir protert untfl tlie interstate comiuissJOTi sets date lor hearings on the proposed IncreAftes. ccadetncation-i of rall- romds' petlWcm already are arriving in REVOKE SUSPENSION O_ June Whlto today relumed the request members of the tax commis- sion that he countermand his order to suspend J. C. chler of Use numbers. On raUroafls' sid by the R statement Railway that than a j third ctf ost tax division. suspennlon was asked a remained a rtddlp to- day. Brtrwn. tlie worse Tec his was unable to give E. O. the -TO for by officers wno sought to leam a Jorsier deaocn drxspping criminal charges against him toe understanding they be re- instated ahould hfr again become saae. A nexly appointed 'court clerk who not familiar with routine sent ihe order lor Ocelli's release to' the county but waited a hair hour to the Intended accompanying order him to an asylum Belorp the second order O-Neill had been f reed. lewspapermen and pnoiog- The aviation committee tf Zanes- ville Chamber or Commerce R hendrd by Frederic J. Grunt. who ex- pected to up erroxts to bring Xtoe airmen together with those en- tering the national cross-country air to be flcrwn later. Those In charga red certain at toaat one of the major air eventa will be brought to ZanesviHt. ana arc pre- pared to offer every inducement to' the niem. HUGE SPAN DROPS INTO RIVER WITH FIFTEEN WORKMEN June A Toot span of a bridge iinder cause oT mlleged to certify i origin of a. aeries of ncCes itJceJved by collection of UM- from Uj-'Bnnrn. a -flii minister aixi _ of toe quarry tor tbe body Sollne Oil Tbe two Bepchlicaa jae__ HQmrr u the todar net in taxesk in 1 of Uala ti 36.73 cents out off cacfa dollar the from Jersey to START SUNDAY ON COPENHAGEN JU3IP Tortc. Wiry mrre regular parlor Braden1 One note addressed to Marier or out Snitrt did not vour beirt ycur b3ood The purposriy shield toe ooinpary. HONDURAS REBELS i STILL BATTLFNG June re- Tbe ported slnJOng today miter coCls- orer Oaney____ iear broke loose and 3tream carrying 15 men unconnnned igpmtg amidst toe resultant cotTuskKi that had been killed aad an equal number eertously Workmen said a steel gJrQer vhlch tfee coccretff lorm m tbe deftd Ttvlght 35 net. into the rtver. About 15 men vere on the it according to Hail off them TFOT cangbt s off maf l camerrt- JA on like hrmvUy iondrd irtUs carrr fcrr to r trxS at city a hUMrttlSe- home al- hr bought when wrrt to JURY DEADLOCKED ToJKJa. Tht wr to Ior ic- OX yttrtcrdsy. the battle JO3 diy aud nJzhl. TT- for Floyd Bcnacrt trul of LatJrTtT. AND MAN INJURED N C. June InvfcyH- rirr tike crrr thr 3001 CUrmrr Hcmbrrwr check oouid N- Captain MaAcm ric polirr in to urttlinc thr coal cJ Prr.rwTj- REPRIMAND HER CONTINUES HOP KrhU. Brarir trft for Dr Jro at a m. rontimiirc to Putnam or in to trtl At Uils of Tor at next arMtrator cm of to yucij acucn oa mj part. i earorceraent is to be exempted from eccmocny tiaajpato was _ a Atterrx-y MltchfU Or FERS MEDIATORS TCl IT D- w- hare brrn 1 J. If aot EJ to Jind wbere aaj reducUoo In i9 can be A WO.000.000 yearly j FAIRMONT SEEKS T0 DISMISS CLAIM commltifd suicide j jnioct. coal trarfio burtstu tn filed witii Jnterstate flpjnjerce cocnaimioo. tocUy urpffl j off ibe cocnpftiiav of Ohio coel irUl to Itrcp dOTrn to prw- in tp- in tbe lake cargo ocml rate Fklnaoot. tfee brteT -In Jty brtwren Uar nortbern and Use alfep trtcte to West and Virginia. it pmmCty w one of or WARMER tod fiat- rxrt ao trarrn in SPAPI RHRCHIVE co   

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