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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1931, Zanesville, Ohio                               n Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth No. Ill SATURDAY SEPT. 1931 THREE CENTS HILD SLIPS FROM BRIDGE AND DROWNS 'IR SWOLLEN CREEK THROWN FROM CAR ATTEMPTING TO AVOID CRASH AND INSTANTLY KILLED Monroe County Storm Left Slippery Coating Of Mud On Bridge Path which swept intern Ohio cosL the life oi it was Icaincd who vsould have L VtMec old ln was ot to Her death in the swollen of a creek her lather's nenr Woods- Monroe1 county. She was the tcr of Mr. nncl Mrs Hode Kuhn e child fell from a narrow the surface oi was still i'v a deposit oi left WAITS LIFTING F FOG BLANKET FOR RETURN TRIP Sept. 3v JUdio to United his Captain e.xploration ca into Lhe far north completed another awaited lifting of 'c- today before hopping on a night to Rocklond. Me. planned to leave m the LoV.r.ecd-Vega plane piloted Vhurles RorlievillB soon as the j Blanket swept ay. The which brought the members of the MacMillau- _L-'Arador vlll Gail tomor- -c-v for Newfoundland. ultimate destination where it was to arrive on Sept. ji will bo overhauled and refitted V- mother next year when and his followers will be through the Arctic win- ter o- 1P32-1933. CHILEAlTBOMBING FORCES TO INVADE REBEL POSITION tantlaro. Sept. Chll- -ovcrnracnt broke off t'oiii with. Communist supported ______ __ sailors controhns fleel by the tcrrr' and prepared to send bomLing j mutineers. by the high water which had reced- ed only a thori time before. A and saw her fall. They called to thrir who was some distance in front. He turned in time to see Ills child being beneath the swift water. It was evening when the drowning and search crs vorkcd for three hours before erinr Lnc body. Attempts at nrtlflcidi respira- tion were useless SurvhlnE the child victim are the and VAO Bernard unri. and two sisters. Mary and Gainer in e Funeral services will tc he'd r.t 0 ot John's Milton The lury of 's rain and windstorms appealed 10 bo centered in southeaster Ohio. and Noble county was most seriously affected according to reports Fnrms north oi here on Shenandoali flooded 18 inchcc or orchards lay v demolished today and one tillage vas under water as the result a hailstorms and winds. Homes in Belle miles ate. and boats find makeshift rafts are being ed in place ot automobiles and wagons in the public streets v.hich become muddy v-ater- An airplane belonging to Shermin Buckcy was wrecked A'hen the Silas Willey in which the craft was was unroofed by the ptorm tobacco and wheat crops lay ripncd to shreds In Noble county nelas today. Following the storm last hail beat unmercifully on j tne ripening crops ana soon tne area as though a heavy snow had fallen. Mne In Noble county Jail were broken and scores of ethers in private homes were beaten out. east of also suffered heavily. The fury of tne storm seemed to vent between that place end Caldwell. Territory be tweeu points treated similar- While a Man aboard a liner docked at watched a seaplane for their amusement. It rose and dipped and wheeled at a low altitude and then crashed into the bea_ Tills unusual token a few minutes alter the crackvp snows rescuers FEaichizig for the body of pilot Nelmes strap- ped. In the was drowned OrlL was seriously hurt and r_n other etcnjxid injury. Tired of Bandits So Bank Closes Up Sept. Mer- cantile State twice is tired or being the victim of modern and bandits. So officers decided to off all accounts and cease business. is the use of carrying on a. business lor the bene- fit of is thr way John piiLs 11. COUNSEL NEAR BLOWS AT INFIRMARY QUERY Heated Arguments -and Threatened Violence Fea- ture Discussion in Office of Commissioners Sept. 5 James H. mechanic and ace today was to gupcrvsc prepara- tion of his transcontinental record- smashing Laird biplane for the Thompson trophy speed classic of the national air races. Planning an assault on tho Ameri- can land plane speed Doolit- tle was to replace the Wasp mo- carried him the na- tion yesterday in 11 13 min- with a supercharged engine ot the same cleslgn. He predicts he will add the Thompson trophy and a new mark to the three- records shattered In his coast-to-coast dash his trim little Buzzard hurtled across the contin- ent and back to Cleveland In less than 13 the former army tesi pilot plans to increase speed by forty miles an hour before the scheduled for Mon day. Fe also will add llo horse power. Major who flashed across the continent and half way back again yesterday to establish a new cotiit-to-coast mark and win the Bcntllx trophy race return ed eland at 12 p m. from St. Louis. The crowds enthusiastic- ally. Showing no signs of fatlguo from his sparkling performance the new American speed king said he was as hp stepped from the Lockheed cabin plane which he pi- loted lor three oil company officials infirmary m county's much-mooted and that the h-id Jiist rea.cn ed a sizzling Junkers airplanes and Do-'n each carrying 1.000 u' Trcrc to pr Yaiupralso to CoquLmco in JC -tjried a IBURN FENCE ATj righting as reported cm LfCtween reoeK and rr1- Tlic city was reported recap- .federal troors ronirnanded Grncral a. ure TO c teen neavy on both ivith Conccp- C.OP. complLjtoly clJEmpted. Tnp logical nioi. c by the ern- to be an pttcrnpt to c rM ihc rautlnccrs' 'cod supply by ccci.pyir.g the ports. TIG Lenders of the mutinous raid to bs a navy clecmcian. Aho joined the OF MURDER TO ESCAPE FEES lums D urn eel a fence today around the where JIarry F_ Towers matrimonial agency Killed and burned wo women and throe children. Felice said they believed fence was burned by persons wno objected to paving 25 cents for the privilege of SUE ing the murder scene. Police said there was no one the v. hen they The had been torn do saturated with. It xindorstocxi that he tc nieas curing stay in England while the iir.'lpship Almirantc La Torra K.MS rrcontiltloned Trie cabinLtr's decision to coape ne- gct jL.ons v.Hh the mutineers was rir-hrd thorUy after midripht. A declaration ssid that tltiinugli the ot prudence anC had been reached in v.lth the .they had declined to end the cc'.crnmcnt therefore lounci it r.eces- sar. to LaXe means at Its disposal to end the -mutinous movement WEATHERMAN IS FAVORING CROWDS AT STATE FAIR Columbus. Sept. 5 all Il-cstock and farm produce ir.a nil contests completed the fea- tures of thr final day of the Ohio fate were band concerts. the circus and races. All will remain on the grounds until Saturday night. 7hr promise of good weather would to the grounds a Saturday kerosene nntl ECL fire. There no crowd about the jail tcoay ana no aeriiuiiicraticm in the police said. The property in Quiet Els m'les from was leased to a man cy tbe name of McClure by Mrs. Lu Etrauther Powers' owns the propertj. It had bcrr. leased to another man for the same purpose previously but be gave up the and McClure it o.cr Thousands had been going to thr caraee thr crreusome killings tool-c place- Police attempted to stop payment of admission TO the but the tenant constructed a high board and as he had a lease police could do nothing. Hundreds of persons who lived nearby to the scten of the fire Turn to j 35 large as last year's A of three postponed Iron Wednesday because of .rainy will be Tne Ohio Hlpli School fcaiid. under direction of Jnck Wainwrlpht cp- with concerts throughout In various parts of tht SURPLUS GONE Washington. Sept. more op- tiraistlc view of the ivbcat situation was presented today because of the scries of transactions which hare dis- posed of nearly n third of the gov- cmnjcnt's surplus holcirjgs- Disposal of In the export trade. bush- el Brazilian barter and yesterday's for the of bush- els to the Chinese government Tor fnmlno relief have encouraged offl- cinls to hope that still further out- lets may tc found. There stjll remains at the clubhousc. K. Anderson. Hickory. von Vir Lhccp -hcarins contest FrMay by a sheep In eight minutes -r.d 40 sccondF. B. K. Marys- was and J. E. Hntchln- Tvcnla. third. Grind champions In the -.ocatlonal agriculture rhccp classes raided by Jn high pchool ucrc plac- They -RTrc Mcrina B cwr. eld and under two. -J. C- SUxrkport. RamboulKct Dahlrr Dutton. and Flnfccrton. agreed not to t-ell inorc bushels of this in do-j irjeslic market before July 1. tut the bonrd hopes thai more It -was announced today. that can te disposed cf abroad. RUM RUNNER IS MEMB'R OF CREW KILLED Sept. j guardsmen chasing a suspected rum' runner outride Gloucester harbor to- day killed one member of the crew afier naming signal and gunfire followed c. short chase The Joseph Mello. of New was married and the father chilcren tour other members of the crew were arrested. The Ga-foot speed craft was seized arid tied up In Glouces- ter harbor. Liquor aboard w as seized Tlie capture took place at the east- ern entrance to the harbor. The men arrested w ere captain Manuel New brother-in-law of Harry FaJl Anthony Silva. New ar.d Frank According to preliminary rt ports received by Commander F. W. climax in the office of county com- misMouers Saturday v.hen A. A. George and E. B coun- sel for Mrs. PriscUla Di deposed assistant matron of county home appeared belore the board seek- ing a date and place for conducting puollc hearing or charges Supermt-endent John C. Pulan. George and Frosecruting Attorney C. S- Leasure entered into heated artruincnc and accusations of headed the verbal retorts trial Prosecutor from tlie c picket boat sighted the llgliib of the turned on the a DOJ.t low In tne waier as if carrying a full and cases of liquor piled on he said. picket beat. In of cr.Ief Boatswain's MsCe Hoy Fitzgerald. fired a warning rippi-' and followed with a shot the bow of the The suspect ca rum runner imrae- dlatelv attempted to put cri speed. but the roast it re- brought a machine gun into Leasiire Jumped mean I am he abked Gcorgp. HID latter is quoted as saying-. Others Iri the office then intervened and threatening violerre. The Iieat ol arguinent reachefl its j-rcak at thlb point and Commissioner Ellas Kiiiohelos also growing ant. told the woman's counsel to up 3 our traps and get Commissioner Walter joined. Kinciieloe in voting the ousting ot IJuIarir like- wise incensed over the de- elG-pnientb and maintained fastly the cass haxl breathed its last so far as ho was concerned. had a hearing and thorough inresti- gallon ihe womjji's charges ana they wtre found insufficjent for further action. That is holter emphatically. Undaunted by ncLiou of lae George and Buker asserted that called for ousting action_ They boarded the fugitive. overtook and SEAMEN TANK EXPLODES Japan. Sept. Japanese seamen were KiUca nnd 37 injured touay bv the explosion of gasoline tank the special service ship JNotoro of the imperial navy. Ono seaman was and it feared he had nee. The ton icsscl caught lire ths olast. but the Ilames were quickly extinguished. Three scout planes on the deck were destroyed. Thousands of Yokohamans -R-ere awakened by Uie Ine it was an earthquake. The rCotoro proceeded to a naial base for re-j POLICE WITHOUT DEFINITE CLEWS IN LORIMER QUEST police seeking W. A. missing ar.d real es- tate are without iiiformatlor Saturday ns to 3iLs whereabouts al- though aid of police in distant cities has been in the search lor Intimations that mandamub proceedings may be Introduced as a means of the board to further conbideratlon to the err forthcoming today from woman's counsel. Mrs. Di Domen'co allges that the superintendent Is in- competent and lor the position he holds LOGGING CREW SAVED FROM FIRE THREATENING CITY Sept all- night battle to this little log- ging from destruction cy a lamngr forest fire that raced through valuable timber Holdings was believ- ed tooay to have met with success. Meager report from fire lines on all Eides of Cochran indicated crews rushed here from nearby towns Uere niaXirg pood headway against the conflagration end that Cocbraii in imminent danger of by thr nauiep. Twenty-eight loggers who by the onnishing flames TB believed safe. The men were of a large crew woiting in tne woods about s. half t a from where the blnze was discovered Fri- day. him. He wanted here answer to two perjury charges and another al- embezzlement cf fundb en- trusted to hU carc. Ari attempt TMll be made to collect tho 51.COO bonds he ported frorn vhc uondintc company for ubicS he was j.gent. Clarence J. Cross- who film charges against Lorimcr. said tivtt tJiiougri Lie bcnd- Tlio Jire traveled with startlinr rapidity and had gained considerable dway beforo it was sighted sweep- inrough a small canvon Emer- gency crews and all available persons m Cccbrane were for du- DUL it scon apparent this handful of fire-fighters would be unaule to check the blaze. Carried by a the flames through the tree tops and had rev. crcd about eight miles before uiisk. The Southern Pacific rail- road's train vos a wall of flames near Mayo. Tbe heat was intense that railway Tras suspended when the names swept over the right oi racing houses anct start- ing frebh blazes- compnny did permit tiiclr pgcnt to sipn the the court In accepting the in position fto knoTr the re- strictions Meanwhile Sheriff William Curtis has Lorlrncr s automobile on two executions nralnst him and his Tcife. ANGUS KING TO WITHROW Cincinnati. O.. Sept. E former football coach nt Mt- Vcrnon. O.. high school been ap- pointed coach at school MISSING NAUTILUS REPORTS ATTEMPT TO BLAZE ARCTIC TRAIL FAILS Sudbury. Ont.. ether at- trmpt to blaze nn trail over Itcj Arctic regions andl tbe Dcircit arlatore. ton and Forest are turning hcrr.c. fliers far as Pon on Hudson BAV. -arhcre -s-nltod days for a foe to before received rctilo to return thry siid. Tho Announcement was made E. D- superintendent of Cincin- nati public schools. a trother cf Dana King. Uni- versity of Cincinnati football coacli. u-111 iVaTVr who because of poor King wao Ohio uniiTrsliy. Ho a j rboord at Mt. Vcmon hlph STEAMER HITS JETTY IN FOG Eandusky. O-. Sept. steam- er aproximatoly 100 passengers and freight struck the end of the Cedar Point jetty duslng A fog put'Jng Into port here from Put-ln-Baj. Small boats tsck off the passen- ccrs despite th2 or Captain Victor Brov.n nnri his crew there no danger. After tcmporarv repairs made by the crcy. thc'cripled vessel safely Into port. VEER OFF COURSE AND LAND IN FOG Nora-ay. Sept. for the polar ar-d Is mm maic al-j -aras abcurd. al station here bcrt last tor Saturday. TVcjafc Jista iblc i ip rjrlicr 3n tbt cifjunrr. Thrr j Ircrn OULMET LEADS Club. iVpl- tvirran. bcld a lead of 3 up on Jacfc at Uic fnd of IS Jiolrc In Ihrlr final today lor I3ir TiflJJrnal araa- Irur cTifl Cleveland. Sept. to at clcrc3and because of a j ihJcfc fcg flvinc Ibc night Tort to Cleveland air mall to- day tumc-d Uicir planes and to HaysTiilc. brforc they able to 3am DOOLITTLE SETS NEW COAST-TO-COAST MARK Flies From Pacific to At- lantic in 11 Hours 15 Minutes employ him It promise to bring to redeem them to the today that Doolittle recrossed the continent part wtiy after he had spanned the Los Angeles-Newark course In 11 hours ajid 15 minutes. Ihe modest little St. who Is 35 5 ears was Inclined to mnke light of his cross-country clash. He attributed the new record to his owned by the Cleveland Speed Foundation have npver a better veteran pilot who won the- 1925 Schneider CUD said. was hard to but I was able to maintain a of over 220 miles an hour for the nille were lew spots along tne route where I could e set the plane down it necessary. It htub landing speed of 80 miles an hour. bucked a. head-wind part of the but later a 10-mile tail wind caught me and as a big help. I am familiar with the having flown it scores of UooLUtle lor first place In the Bendlx Derby Trhen he landed Turn to QUESTIONING MAN ON DETAILS OF FATAL ACCIDENT Columbus. Sept. questioning into his storr of the ac- cident in whirh his wife and children ircre drovmrd in the Scloto river Thursday night Teas faced to- day by Patrick H- 31. Countv and city autnontics in- vestigating the tragedy indicated that they were riot entirely satisfied with the account given by of the manner in which hp- escaped from the car as his wife and children ent to penned in by o clcced Trir.dc-rs of the small sedan. lor National Air by radio to fir IP tbr so A tblrd A. T. bcrjnd lor ei-cland Irccn sri bv r TOOK FOR FRIEND Srnt. amazing disclosure In the eigantlc embezzle- ment scheme Walter E. Wolf was made today with announcement that although the former bank employe -would not steal a lor himself he did steal help a inend. A. E. 47. a Dalesman. as disclosed as the iriend whom Well tried to help. Baurmelster it was told authorities that Woir lent him in securities to on the stock market. Most o'l the he lost. certainly wp-s a Baur- meistcr was quoted as saying. hard yet to that Walter who was so gcod to me. stole the money he let me have. I'm going to do all I can to pay bacfc the NO SIGNAL ON MONDAY So that all employes al The SancsTiUe Publishing may participate in the ob- scrranco Labor will continue Its annual custom and suspend editions Monday. Sept. 7. It is a policy ot the com- that bu5lnrcs shall cease la nocor of labor's orgnnlzcU bratlon and there- will be no riat Ion this year. C there will be BO editions or The Signal j but your newspaper resume publication agala Tues- -silt s. national arjd events which have tr durir.g the holiday and all of the rrcsh dally fcaurcs ol the Reichley Teas questioned for two hcmrs yesterday by prosecutor Don- ald J. detectives arid Cor- oner Edward E. Smitn. Following tbe questioning In Prosecutor HoslOns' Reichley was taken to scene of the aoci- and asjced to tell his itory. City Detective Otto Phillips sa-lci that answered all ques- tions calmly. After this final ques- tioning. Reichley was taken home. According to Coroner HeJcii-. ley did not deviate in tbe least Irom his original story. BOMB STORE Cleveland. Sept. of a grocery More today 'was feared by police to the opening of a campaign to terrorize and. Intimidate grocery store operators. Reports that a racket had demanded that certain group or grocers cither pay money for or buy supplies from a whole- sale company operated by the gang reached Central policy station a days ago. persons. Including six chil- sleeping In LUing quarters in the back part of the store building vrcrc dumped from their beds and sho-H-cred -with glass from trofctn The front cud o' the store vras blown out. JAMES H. DOOLITTLE TWO-MILL LEVY WILL BE ASKED FOR COMING YEAR City officials and city board oi edu- cation are to voters at the November polls to pass a levy of two mills lor operating expanses this year to insure a successful financial year and taxpayers will not find tant their semi-annual assessments in- creased one it was revealed ai a meeting of city council Friday eve- NEWARK GIRL FATALLY HURT IN ACCIDENT NEAR BEVERLY Car Swerved in Fog to Miss Truck and Girl Thrown Out O Sept. 3 was Instantly killed and her father critically injured TA-hen the automobile -which the dead girl's Ecimeth was cxasheci into the rear 'of a heavily loaded state gravel u uCt_ at Coal east ol here at o'clock this morning. The girl victim is Aureda 15- Her rather. Hall sustained serious injuries and KeJnneth ruts and bruises. They cnrooite from their home in Newark to W. 'when the tragedy occurred. According to Lhe youthiul driver of the automobile who accompanied. the body of his cousin to tbe Majc- and Mindllug par- lors lie attempted to pass the y The board of education is plan- ning to suspend the two-mill build- ing levy voted eral 3 ears utro and to ask p-nother levy or one and a quarter mills for operating expenses At council solons decided to ack three-quarters of a mill for poor relief to bo used during winter. The sinking fund requirements will oe held to the present 13 -mill limit. The two-mill which will re- place the two-mill will not increase will continue Lhem ai at it was stressed by councilman. The proposed tax IT approved bv the keep the Com- munity Chest requirements this fall from exceeding tliobe or _oriner years. Tiie city's action is designed primar- ily to meet excesb demands which are certain to arise this winter and to care for emergency and extremely urgent and uniareseen aooeals for re- lief. The levy will be necessarv as only -Aas allowed the city this for 1932 expenses where was certified tlie city administration in 1931. A smaller tax settlement reduced tae llgure The exact amount that would be- come available tbe combined levy cannot be determined until alter the present reappraisement or prop' erty is but council antici- pates that approximately will be available for poor relief. Council also passed ordinances au- thorizing the ceriice director to err- ploy an enfjineer 10 check new bridge plans and to purchase- twenty-five new non-Interfering fire alram boxes TRAIN IS DERAILED BUT NONE Gallon. S. A overturned asd Jive cars oi a Big train were derailed early today- Nonc hurt but damage to the cars and Jrclgra TTCTC believed be heavy. Some of the cars contained live- stoci and poultry being Trom the state lair at Colurobus. Part oT the sioci was said to escaped. Cause of tie CeraUmeiit not DclxcJt -AusT X'FI JLI FOUND I SPIRITED ELECTIONS APPEAR CERTAIN FOR MUSKINGUM COUNTY VILLAGES brcn Mrr. TlTilllain couniy's ten cor- hcrr foe -nh33c on ilrlfi He rip to David S. Barton. South IB C. TS who MD1. J. B board. TThcrc thr BTOTTO abcrjt iJcnr-ip Chorjrl limit Jor mine can- Ithive months W. E McLaujthlln P. Frlclay tTrnJnr jjiTid W. BaVr. All arc crs I mAynr. W. J- Grtmcs tJrtrt Ftr Harry H of A balUc at Vbo poli-j ciand V ff. ttc'ln th-r conmiinSSy Hanr X Emiw. c. C. He said lo hare oat w h-nve E. 'cfllincca train to CXCACC InUwt. 'in p-JUons. Ed-ar inavor. M ncmlnc C. M. trcaarurcr. MArrin H. L. rnnrMial John TJcUttS mayor Ttf. 13. asd clcri. W H- rv Hyan. Csrl c3crX F. J miycr. r. S. ShcpTrr. ij-w Buirtr H. E. and J. B- C- trcwrorcT. Sylvia Myron S- CLAIM FIRE IN THEATRE RESULT OF LABOR TROUBLE KOTT Tork. Sept. 5 troubles tlarr.cd by police today for fire which the or per- sons In a theatre last The fire burst from a package of phosphorus had been dropped by a man sitting in one of tlie front rnistcr. 3011. dropped tome- someone shouted at the man as he rose to _go. A moment- later a blinding flash of flames started a mad rash for UK its vVornen children were trampled Mcamsrhilc the rush at the exits continued despite the pleas of police assuring the audience there was no danger. One vroman fainted and but not seriously hurt. Firemen -who responded to the alarm extinguished the flames alter Daniel 23. received serious burns as he attempted to check the flames with his coat. The same police was the scene of an attempted bombing last year. Labor differences -were also Warned for that. Police said the the- atre employed non-union vrorkers. gravel truck just nis Chevrolet roadster was to crash into the renr of tbe slow moving A heavy fog blanket obscured his vision. and he did not bee- the ahead. until It -was too late to swerve to the left for safe- passage-. Twisting the steering wheel sharp- tbe cor swerved abruptly to tha left and. Miss who was riding on the seat next to the hurlpd from the roadster into u heels of tho instantly Jellied. Tho fide of the roadster sniped thn trucX and was complete- ly demolished. The girl's father Bustained Mr lout Injuries wiicn tlie automobile crash- ed Into the gravel truck and was rushed Immediately to Memorial pltal Marietta. Tlie driver's injuries vrcro by a local phyaician. Miss Lrxne v.as a popular student in rt and have returned to school next week. Mr. Lane. the is employed by Tire holds a responsible The tragedy occurred on a new flec- tion of Btato'route No. 37 recently opened to traffic. GRANGES TO GIVE COOPERATION TO WORK OF CHEST Every Miibfcmgum county granga was represented Friday evening at a meeting- in Chamber of Commerce the purpose of whlcii was LO unite more closely than erer. tbe operations of charity in both city and as represented toy the Community Unity of purpose assured the gathering uhlch brought encour- agement both to Community Pund ofTIcinls and representatives of the granges. Herbert T. Marshall of. Nashport. Pomona grange master of presided at the and urged the cooperation of fcllow- graneers in emergency re- through contributions of food and material. it TVTLS pointed out a need In addition to the ularly expected call for lences. A committee to aid in collecting surplus farm vas d as C. W. Elliott of Tim- tier Stanley Welch of S L- Cohagen of Pleasant Miss Ada SL Timber and J. A. LIU tick. every available source in _ besought help from of J REFUND ORDERED BY COURT Columbus. O.. 5. Tfce War- ren Telephone Co. be called vpon to relund approximately S13S.OOO to subscribers Pnalans and Fall5 as a result of an order issued today cy the state public util- ItSes commission Under the the commission denies to the company rates it pro- a roLc schedule the company imzst not make rc. It was estimated the new ylcJd about less per month than those pro- posed by the company and -which hnrc bccii collected under bond since November 2723. rates WALKER DECORATED BY NATION Paris. Sept. James -3- Waltcr Tori received con- l-ufeUons frona rrrcnch and can toUav on his a Chrrallcr tic d Hon-1 or. he OecoraUoii at Hotel Crtllcm ty ChristUxi Martc. tip Icr- apparent need. Included W. S. Barn- harl. Bounty extension S- Cohagen and W. H the j Turn to Two IN CRABBE FINES Columbus. O.. Sept. as- sessed in Ohio under provision of the Crabbe act amounted to dur- ing tbe month of August .according to a report submitted to Governor Whlto today by State Prohibltiofk Commissioner Clarence H. Scars. The fines assessed as re- sult of Investigations by meinbtrs Of the state prohibition department staff. Sears said The report set forth that In Aug- ust 339 arrests made on liquor law violation and that 238 tycrsons were convicted. Scars said that 45 stills and 12 motor vehicles had been The state treasurv was 8121.421-24 as the rcsialt of fines col- lected in the state on liquor Irom Jan. 1. to Aug. I. accord- ing to MRS. GILLIES LEADS AMATEUR ABB DERBY Buffalo V- Y-. Sept. B. Al- s. socially prominent flier. started at a. m. S. tocUy fee AJiron. en to tic irxl a'r Mrs. GUiJes amateur pilots In tbe HJcksrllle- handicap sir out oC E3IPTIES PIPE ON STREET BURNS SEVEN RESCUED Jl fwo bcLarac on barrrn dAinacr c tiyisc to WxrusnEd have bcrn tr cutter ire iK-fldtxa Sandusty. Sept. Fataaao. street IhJs raoroJnc. Onr of tlw nuaaesxyus cur- 3 cms onlcoiers liuyughUcsrfy laz. blocks off amott roUed. fit SIMPSON DIES nf tt SHOWERS day. cimidincss and by 3ocAl tlrea- nndfiy nisd protaMy north pcrDoBis near L-a3re 2rtc Sun- il-H Tf. 'IF -J -s I mg na826293   

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