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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1931, Zanesville, Ohio Prints the VOL. LII, No. 149 THEZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth ZANESVILLE, 0., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. PRICE: THREE CENTS _ _ ____________________________________________________________ AVIVMJ. JLJU.AV4JALI VyJClH J. O HER LOVE FOR ONE GIRL MAY HAVE BROUGHT ON RASHACTS Friend Also Loved By Other Woman Who Lived With Her Los Angeles, Oct. was believed by authorities today to have been the motive in the slaying of Miss Hedvig Samuelson and Mrs. Agnes Ann Leroi, whose bodies were shipped here in trunks from Phoenix Ariz. Letters, interviews, and a study of the circumstances led to the theory as police extended the search for Mrs. Winnie Ruth Judd. 27, accused of the murders. County Attorney Lloyd Andrews of Phoenix, and Detective Inspector David Davidson of Los Angeles agreed as to the possible motive. Andrews also said that "the in- vestigation shows that drugs may have had some part in the affair." The Arizona attorney brought war- rants here for the arrest of Mrs. Judd and two "John Doe" companions who, he said, possibly aided in the murders. Suspicious of a Southern Pacific baggage-master who thought two trunks shipped from Phoenix contain- ed contraband deer led to the dis- covery of the bullet marked bodies, one dismembered, and the subseauent search for Mrs. Judd. Burton J. McKinnell, brother of Mrs. Judd, admitted he had taken his sister, wife of Dr. William Judd, Santa Monica physician, to the station to claim the trunks. After the baggage-master refused to release the trunks until they were opened, McKinnell said he took Mrs. Judd downtown, and had not seen or heard from her since. McKinnell, held as a. material wit- ness for 24 hours, was released today. He refused to comment on a jealousy theory. Detectives said, however. they learned that the women were jealous of attentions paid each other. Mrs. Anna Evans, 50-year-old nurse, who first introduced Mrs. Judd to the two victims, enlarged this theory. "From the time they were intro- Mrs. Evans said, "Mrs. Judd and Miss Samuelson seemed to be greatly attached to'each other.' ''Three weeks ago, Mrs. Leroi re- e strange murders of two women sssz mutilated WEBSTER ASKS CITY TO DIM LIGHTS; BOW TO THOMAS EDISON Minute of Darkness To- night As Nation Does Likewise Globe-Girdlers At Air Journey's End A request was issued to all Zanes- ville residents, business houses and manufacturing plants to turn out wherever possible electric lights for one minute at 10 o'clock tonight in tribute to the memory of the late Thomas A. Edison. witness after he had told authorities that his i West Orange, N. J., Oct. na- tion will be plunged into darkness :onlght as a final tribute to Thomas Alva Edison, who is buried today near the scenes of his achievements after the simplest of ceremonies. The body of the inventor was car- ried today from the library of his vorkshop, where it was viewed by :housands, back up the hill to the Jewellyn Park home of the Edisons or the funeral. There was no eulogy for the serv- ce, in accordance with the Inventor's wish before he died, but he nation will turn "lights out" as ts linal tribute to the inventor of lectric lights. At President Hoover's suggestion, ights will be turned out for 6O sec- nds at 10 p. m. (Zanesville vhen the entire country is depend- ng on the filament bulb developed by Edison. "This demonstration of the depen- ence of the country upon electrical urrent for its life and health is in tself, a monument to Mr. Edison's the tatement. The services rivate. Among the few attendants not of ne immediate family were to be Mrs It was the completion of their round-the-world flighi side the t1 ShCrtly toe Slote-glnUlng flight, is seen standing be- mother. Mrs. Dixon aoardman. The arrival of the two flyers. wrAere GOVERNORIS ASKING STATE TO TAKE PART CAMPAIGN Chamber of Commerce To Promote Project in. Zanesville ZanesvUle, through its Chamber of Commerce, will be asked within a short, tima to co-operate in a home- repair program of state-wide nature, which Is figured to aici Ohio's unem- ployed. The plan, suggested by S. P. Bush, a member of President Hoover's un- employment relief committee, and designed to meet the carticular needs of the jobless in this state, today had C. C. DENIES AND FREIGHT Counters With Plan to Form Large Pool By Grant- ing Eate Boosts On Varied Commodities president said in his at p. m. were turned from Portland. It. was my -un- derstanding then that all three wo- men were to live .In .the same apart- f, ment." r? Detectives said they believed the three Women found it impossible to live together and that jealotisv even- tually led to the slayings. pr. William C. Judd, the hunted woman's husband lor the past seven years, -was asked if she was subject to spells of melancholy or ever re- vealed an abnormal mental condi- tion. "I don't want to talk about that. There are some things that are too close to me to He said he never treated Mrs. Leroi or Miss Samuelson, but that all four of them, occasionally bridge together. had played Miss Caroline Lucy Judd, the phy- sician's sister, said she had never seen a more devoted couple than Mr. and Mrs. Judd. A letter from Mrs. Judd to the doc- tor, dated last Saturdav, read In part: "Doctor I am lonesome. I will be so glad to have you here. I love you.] tenderly, with arms of love. I "will bo glad if you are here Tuesday or Turn to rage Two DOOUTTLE BEATS LINDBERGH'S TIME ON MEXICAN FLIGHT Mexico City, Oct. In linking the capitals of Canada, the United States, aid Mexico la a dawn- to-dusk flight. Major Jlrnmv' Doolit- tle received the tribute of Mexicans and Americans here today and pre- pared to fly back to St. Louis. He ex- pected to leave Thursday. Doolittle landed at Valbuena field 12- hours and 25 minutes after leaving Ottawa. He made brief stops at Washington, Birmingham, Ala., and Corpus Texas. His actual fly- ing time was about 11 hours and 45 minutes. The flier averaged more than 200 miles an hour on his mile flight. Doolittle had no previous record to contest on his Canada-Mexico flight but he beat the time made by Col. Charles A. Lindbergh between Wash- ington and Mexico City la the Spirit of St. Louis. Lindbergh made a non- stop flight in 27 hours. ASKS HUGE SUM FOR PURPORTED FALSE ARREST C. E. Corbin instituted damage proceedings in court of common pleas stone. Mr. Hoover was prevented from attending by pressure of official business incident to his conferences with Premier Pierre Laval of France. The Bev. Dr. Stephen J. Heroin, an old friend of the late inventor, was director of the service. He was to read a prayer and the 9Oth psalm at the bier of the man who orofessed no orthodox religious faith, "but had confidence in the existence of a su- preme Intelligence. DELEGATES PEEVED OVER DELAYS IN SETTLING DISPUTE Geneva, Oct. of Nations quarters became -outwardly impatient today, at the delay in approaching a solution of the Manchuiian dispute. Adjurnment of the league council was discussed. It was admitted that the situation was growing worse despite topes aroused through President Aristlde Briand's private conversations with the Chnese and Japanese delegates. The situation was aggravated by un- confirmed reports that Secretary of State Stimson. who In September op- posed sending a. league commission erans of Foreign Wars. They drarjed of inquiry into Manchuria which stabilizing the critical railroad situa- tion without recourse to wage cuts has been advanced as another of the efforts which the government Is mak- ing to revive basic industries and re- store confidence to American busi- ness. The interstate commerce commis- sion proposed the plan -yesterday in rejecting the carriers' position for a for blanket 15 per cent rate increase. It AKRON AWAITING FLIGHT ORDERS TO LAKEHURST HOME Akron, Oct. 21. Late weather re- ports today were to decide whether take off on _______ "Lord, thou has been our dwelling night'. Irani Akron' municipal air- her home at i, place in, all the words chosen for the final rites. "Be- fore the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the Earth, and the world, even from ever- lasting, them-art God." Tens of thousands of persons filed past, the bier of the great inventor Monday and Tuesday while it lay in his laboratory, surrounded by evi- dences of his achievements. A brief memorial service was held yesterday at the bier by members of the American. Legion and the Vet- Japan also opposed, was not suoport- .ng the Japanese demand for no" fixed date for withdrawal of troops from Manchuria. Council' members who demanded a the question this week Wednesday morning seekinS to against John for offense and that the case resulted in The plaintiff j alleged malicious prosecution. rTi'WrT'riT The states that CONTEST CHARGES IN SUPREME COURT Atlanta, Ga., Oct. Bishop James Cannon. Jr., plans to carry the against the indictment charging him with violation of the federal cor- rupt practices act to the supreme ._. _____ court of the United States, if neces- I Duerr. it is said, sold Corbin he said In a statement. _ "For the he win ask re- from his official duties as bishop Duerr by the criminal when tried in court acquittal for Corbin. states that he was forced bond as a means of remaining out of jail and that he suffered humiliation through various proceedings grow- ing out of the case. a bill of goods, mostly lumber with which to erect a house. Duerr testified that Corbin claimed the property up- on which the house was to" be built the Methodist Episcopal Church. .-outh, he said. Ke explained that [was owned by him. Later, however" statement could not in any way! It was learned that Corbin's father construed as a resignation. (was the owner of the property. The "It is not uncommon for a bishop grand jury returned an indictment '-o call upon a colleague to take over against Corbin. charging fraud. When jjfcnie of his duties when case was tried before a jury in said, "i haven't the strength to common pleas court, a verdict of not some of the long trips that i guilty was returned. "ill be required." j He. said he had requested Bishop! ......._ general su-j pc.-vision. of his work in Brazil and! Belgian Congo, respectively. PAPER COMPANY INCREASE CAPACITY Jiamllton. O.. Oct. Cham- Coated Paper company, Kamll- will install a new paper machine 5J't! building at Its Canton, N. C.. TOOK SAFE WITH THEM j Marysville. O.. Oct. i broke into a west end filling station fQi today and carried away another safe containing about S75. This makes five safes that have been carried away by robbers from three filling stations owned by the same company this year. A large safe containing SGOO was billiard parlor solution of believed it possible and suggested immediata adjournment with a meet- ing in two or three weeks at Paris. An Important secret communication outlining in detail the Chinese side of the Manchurian dispute with Japan was submitted to the council today. It was believed tnai the Chinese document would determine the next move in the league's efforts to settle the dispute. The communication covered the entire Manchurian sit- uation. Japan awaited new Instructions from Tokio today after the Japanese were ordered last night to "unpack their trunks" and remain In Geneva. The order removed any indication that Japan might auit the negotia- tions. an American, flag on the caskt. Mrs. Edison; in deep mourning, attended with her sister, Mrs. Halbert Kellogg Hitchcock of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Edison lifted the veil from her face and listened calmly without weeping. Her face was pale and showed her sorrow. tonight, or whether the flight would be delayed. Navy and government meteorologists at the airport were drawing up charts of weather conditions after Lieut Comander Charles E. Rosendahl, re- ceived orders from Washington to take command of the worlds largest airship as a navy cruiser and proceed to Lakehurst. More complete weather reports were needed for the eastward flight than have been used on, trial flights. Weather conditions on the Atlan- tic, gathered irorn ships at sea were to be used in connection with the re- ports from the western parts of the continent In determining the sailing time. Time of the take off has been ten- tatively set for dusk todaj'. New York, Washington, Philadel- phia, and Baltimore were expected to see the Akron on her homeward flight. The trip may be extended into a 24-hour cruise. Preparations for the start on the work of the ZHS-5, the sister ship. soon as the Akron takes off. were Wednesday by Goodyear- contemplates a huge pool of millions of dollars, accrued through widely spread bxit small rate increases for the benefit of roads In financial dis- tress. The increases would have scarcely an effect upon the average citizen. As a. companion effort to the OCO.OOO national credit corporation and the proposed Improvements In the real estate and home building situations, the railroad plan would marshal from to S125 for another industry weakened by the strain of adverse business con- ditions nnd vitiated credit. By making its counter proposal the commission was believed to have averted for the time being at least any further speculation regarding wage reductions for rail workers such as a flat denial probably would have occasioned. As the plan was studied today the attitude of the majority of rail exe- cutives was in doubt. It was learned by the United Press thai President Hoover, working In- dependently to improve the rail sit- uation, fiad suggested a pooling ar- rangements, but had encountered op- position from those consulted. A pooling plan was suggested by the National Traffic League during final arguments on the petition last month, but the carriers frowned upon it at that time, with the authority and weight of the Interstate com- merce commission behind such a pro- posal, however, the carriers may show it was learned here. The committee, following a confer- Show held for the! ence Bush, decided to submit j the program to Governor White, to- i gether with a request that he Urge CTTPI owners of tha state to-'lm- OlJlEiLr Povc> rePair 'beautify their i nomes. TO R F A R TU TR HFN Bush> in his at the situa- vr JLrijnlV tion, pointed out that the olan was highly feasible at present, due to the low cost of material and labor. It was suggested by the committee and members that in fee event the gov- ernor approve the prograjn, local agencies for civic improvement- throughout Ohio will be asted to co-operate. A ready response is anticipated 'in ZanesviUe, where similar projects' OF HIGHER RATES Washington, Oct. steel are the chief Ohio industries af- fected by the interstate commerce commission's promise to increase freight rates on certain commodities. In announcing commodities upon which railroads may obtain an addi- tional freight revenue of S3 per car the commisison included, anthracite coal, bituminous coal, coke, iron ore, copper ore and concentrates, lead ore and concentrates and other ores and concentrates. Commodities upon which there may- be a freight increase of 35 a car in- cludes, among others, pig iron, scrao iron and scrap steel. Ohio's road construction program will be affected by the freight rate in- crease authorization as a 53 a car have been in the process of realiza- tion over a period of several years. A recent visit to Zanesvills by El- wood Street, a member of Hoovers commission, represented a. portion of the analysis work being carried on in Ohio through national investigating channels. Under tentative plans the highway department will furnish state trucks for use in transporting men to lo- calities where they had been offered work. As it applies locally, sponsors Increase is forecast for sand and grav- j of the plan explain that there jt ei and broken stone. Cement and brick I many civic and home enterprises are allowed an increase of one per which may be undertaken, to advaii- cent per hundred pounds. unemployment is preva- CLEVELAND PAYS FITTING TRIBUTE TO "FIRST CITIZEN" Cleveland. Oct. passed the bier of Samuel Mather at Trinity episcopal cathedral today to pay their last tribute to the city's j cit "first a greater readiness to participate To advantage of the commis- sion s offer to permit Increased rates in coal, lumber, ores and oil railroads must present their the ment agree- on or before Dec. 1. The in- I'urn to rage THO Messages of condolence were receiv- ed by the Mather family last night from President Hoover and John D. Mr. Hoovers telegram addressed to S. Livingston Mather a son. said: "The death of your father, Samuel Mather, deprived the community and tage while lent. Many a home-owner, faced with, an opportunity to bring about long-need- ed improvement on his. property at less cost than formsr'iy, wm'te-'tjnU .too glad to the facilities offered and the apparent assistance it will be toward solving .the problem brought oa by lack oi work, advocates of the proposal. Bryce C. manager of th. Chamber of Commerce, said this 'aft- ernoon that the efforts of his organi- sation will be directed toward cooper- ation with the state-wide program. "It is an excellent plan and we- propose- to further it in his state- ment Mrs. George E. Brush, Alpha Motor club "Clean-Up" committee chairman Washington, Oct. the im- petus of moral pressure by seven also removed from here recentlv. at a cost of S1.7SO.COO, Alexander cmson, president announced today. are running full time 7r-.-r-> T-X-T-.- said. "When business picks RICHARD DIX WEDS which we think it will soon, we western nations, China and Japan ap- peared to observers here today to be moving slowly toward a peaceful so- lution of their Manchurian problem. The United States joined Europe last night in reminding the two Oriental countries of their obligations under the Kcllogg-Erland anti-war pact. Secretary of State Stimson sent iden- tical notes to Japan and China after Arlstrlde Briand bed notified him yes- terday of similar action taken by Great Britain. Germany. France, Italy and Spain last Saturday night at Ge- neva, Later they were joined by Nor- vay. The European group appointed Briand to represent it in notifying the other 50-odd signatories of what had been tacit invitation to the other countries to invoke the pact also. ELECTION BOARD WILL DISTRIBUTE VOTING SUPPLIES Less than two weeks remain until election day, and officials at the board of election office are prepar- ing to distribute precinct supplies. Township precinct Judges may obtain their boxes containing ballots, polli books, registration lists and the like, on October 31, while city precincts will receive theirs on November 3, the day before election. The board of elections will meet next Wednesday, in accordance with a law -which became effective last year, to hear complaints regarding registration and consider matters re-, ferrlng to the coming election. Not "Anything that increases wages. In-...... ______... complaints are expected, according to creases business: anything that lowers land state highway officials are tlon, art and civic betterment he gave the same high qualities of abilltv and devoted leadership which characteriz- residential ed his successful business career or unsightly homes would add mucn to the beauty and appearance of ths business districts." BUSINESS DECLINE WHOLESOME THING SAYS HENRY FORD New York, Oct. business depression Is "a wholesome thing, in Henry Ford says in an in- terview in the October issue of the American. Automobile, published to- day. Wednesday by County PLANS APPROVED FOR IMPROVEMENT OF BRISTOL County commissioners approved plans supplied _, Engineer George R. Evans, for im- provement of state route No 284 ex- tending from Young Hickory, Musk- ingum county, to Bristol. Morgan i county. The length of road to b" improved In. this county is approx- imately two miles. Easements have been obtained all along the route, save for prenerty owned by four persons. A hearing tor compensation and damages is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 31. in1 the office of county commissioners. Four miles of the road to be Im- proved are located in Morgan, county nnrt _ _, "It was characteristic of his life of !CONVICT TRUSTY !ADMITS HE WENT you and your brother and j Trinity cathedral yns open to the I f, public from 9 a. m. to p m to- day. Owing to the limited size of the cathedral the public was excluded the funeral service at D. m. Columbus. O., Oct. Scott BOSS OF SOX GRAVELY ILL Ohio penitentiary on con- viction of embezzlement, today Bd- Slf jthat his wife accompanied him. Scott was questioned when complaints were received from Portsmouth that lleged unusual liberties were accorded him. The former broker is a trusty and Charles I works at the Ohio Archaelogical Ohio River, wis., Oct. 21. y> OWIler "f the Chicago Museum at the gate of the Clerfc Charles Snider. wages, injures Ford is quot- need this addition.' fr.f addition, t obe completed with- months, will employ 150 to men. The Canton plant employs 2.500 men. Thomson TO GREET AMERICA CALIFORNIA GIRL Hollywood, Oct. Dix. I moving picture star, and his bride.! the former Winifred Coo of San Frnn-j cloco. were ill seclusion today after! their quiet wedding in Yuma. Ariz, i Accompanied by" his father. E. C..' Brimmer, his sister, Josephine Briai-j rner; Mrs. Winifred Scott Coc, mother i cf the briue. and J. Walter Ruben. I film director. Dix and Miss Coe flow to Yuma Into yesterday and were mar- PET CROW SHOUTS ORDERS TO FLOCK Mentone. Ind.. Oct. talk- Ins: pet crow which stayed with Isaac Miller three years, has eon" native again. Farmers report Mike is now lead- Ing a flock of SO of his mate With no major offices to be filled and little to be decided by the ballot- depression "has done less harm Ing, a light vote Is expected in the the people and the country than! city, where there are more than i a continuance of our previous false 000 eligible electors. prosperity would have done." Ford Is quoted. "More people will survive this PITTII Df A AIC period than would have survived IVU 1 O 1 JLAilO continuance of the former period. PACIFIC HOP Los Angeles, Oct. Ruth Nichols, society aviator who was in- jured several months ago In a take-off on a projected trans-Atlantic flight planned to leave United Airport at BurbanJt today on the first leg of a rumored flight to Hawaii. Miss Nichols planned to fly to Oak- land, airport officials said, where 648 gallons of gasoline and 36 gallons of special oil awaited her. The oil. It was learned, was shipped from Baltimore. She refused to discuss reports that she planned the trans-Pacific night. Close friends, however, indicated she! would attempt the hop to Honolulu. ious to have the route graded before winter sets in. CIVIL WAR WAVERING _ VTJ. mjc witi i- White Sox, was critical ill today campus, w Lake i Warcien Thomas of the penitentiary and physicians described i averted it was a custom to allow GOmiskeys condition as "very score or J W Shanghai, Oct. Deace _ WMH.CI r'Ot! the Cantonese' government.! Recently appointed Lew Fon- prosperous in any sense, it aid a few weeks ago virtually at the mcr- war with Nanking, arrived here'to- "The depression will be broken when monoplane, "Miss Crosier d.iy cheered by thousands of Chinese. something can be obtained for no York. Oct. 100 miles Premier Pierre Laval of France will broadcast an ofHcin! to the United States over! by .1 justice or the pence. :n" Mfilo in the first attempt of a! Dix Rave his true name of -J'wwlc.ist ftt sen. The broadcast is! E-.-imrr.rr. and his age as 37. between 31 nnd p. DIDJA' NOTICE- His wife. tlaiiRhtor of a retired San Fr.inr.isco wholesale is 23. The couple met ni a dinner party four ycnra WATER LOW SanduEky, Oct. of water in Snndusky is between two and i throe fort below normal. 1. W. HUNT MAN DOCTOR'S WIFE IN GREWSOME SLAYINGS r cu> very ui so of trusties who work ana said ne had resigned himself the university to go to two or w i three football games each year. ne is 12 years old and has been ill! Scott declared there were about 'O .or the last io or 12 years. The 600- j trusties with him at the game and acre tract of land he purchased them could attest that he did .-ana Lake as r. summer home see "is as he was reported came a permanent residence because ito have done. cf his condition. j Warden Thomas said Scott's wife He is still interested in the White Ivisitetl him at the prison last Sun- >x and recently appointed Lew Fon-1 da-r In the prescribed manner, but I seca to succeed Donie Bush as man- jtbat the prisoner denied that she vis- I ?-Ser- j ited him at the museum several [weeks ago to deliver him some T clothes. IJNj The warden said If investigation revealed the trusty had overstepped would be returned declared he had .rustles working at their meals in a the street at the expense, but considering dlscontinu- thls practice since it was causing are fed before leaving the morning and re- ;he walls for the eve- Those who worfc outside part are delivered prison workers. nold. 12. s. neighbor, was held in here today. HAS Carr.ahan was In Aultman hospital with a bullet near his hrarf.. Phy- TO bullet near his heart tklans said he will recover TV. Ariz.. Oct. 2l-FTom a the time it was believed the women, nin4-l_ _ _____-_ 1-til _ -I t maze of conflicting rumors, convic- tion grew today among Phoenix in- vestigators that a man was Implicat- ed !ii the slaying of Mrs. Agnes Anne tico o; heard; TRAINED POTATOES The shooting, police said, took place! Prospect. Conn.. Oct. a rite yosterday In the home of informed man accompanJed Mrs. Judd to thej station Sunday when she wc-c! two trunks to Los Angeles. checked iiord- the Peace Weslev Srnit... Sparta, near here, a'nd was rllmss of a. quarrel over a S3CO c! Arr.cid allegedly owed Carnahan. were killed. steamer trunk. A case- of sur- jOrath, a neighbor said she Police else were informed that tajjg5 H. U. Grimm. Mrs. jurtd's before bc-injr boater.. istetion sald.'KS SrcT i RESUME A series of parties hue, been ir.- telephone that she would i run HT i apartment had moving "one" to MrS' JUdd'S Police ir.ot be at work thr.t dav. Disturbed OF AMERICAN ISSU EI to Lou. and the mole bur small quantity of it later was 'earnec'. Quantities of liquor he recognized the voice- O., Oct. S' bottles of wine and a quart of rur.i. the work was dor.o by M and that of Mrs. Leroi. he sent his' ir.ar. publication, of Swartz, truck driver. Mrs. Judd
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