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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1932, Zanesville, Ohio                             THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL ZANESVILLE, O, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 19, PRICE: THREE CENTS f STRIKERS INVADE PLANTS AND FORCE WORKERS INTO STREET DREADED CHOLERA BREAKS OUT IN CHINA AND HUNDREDS REPORTED DEAD Shut Off Power Lines To Press Point; 3000 Men in Strike Ranks Thomawvtlle, N. C.. July ap-ian effort to settle wage pareutly -wrecking crew" of j versy. several hundred sinking textile work-; strikers wen augmented by a en from High Point, when JOOO went large group of unemployed men from out in protest against M per cent lower Piedmont mill district, cut Monday. Invaded Thomas- eluding Charlotte and aartonia. >ue today and forced the shut down the famous strike of oecumd. it of sll mills. waa reported Invasion waa the noon day Cetween 19 and 3O textile and fur- cinnax of hectic 34 m which UCtlca were employed In iff- fTSl other nearby textile cities, where not only mills were shut down but nlture. mill, were abut down by the "rdvance guard" here1. Shutdowns also reported from Kerneriville and Jemestown Many were lotted ivnrkers were forced out of laundries I to by the simple expedient of Their purpose accomplished slashing power men moied to Lexington, where I All furniture factories and laun- intended. It was understood, toi dries were forced to close. At High down every industry Cutting of Point approximately 100 business em- power lines was one method used by tabluhmente were closed. i he "wrecking crew to close Indue-! The first plant to clot, here wan Ragatt mill. It had re-opened in Report, from High Point said that i defiance cf local protest, but early pproxlmately 6.000 mill workers, today the High Point contingent either on strike or forced out by the forced It to reclose strikers, had been augmented there! rr about aoOO unemployed They I ftf roamed street. M If on a holidaj I N C .vo violencewas mill worker, shut off electric X her. closing virtually inf tS Thomas- 300 Poisoned; Gyms Turned Info Riots take Many Lives In Germany Clashes Continue Drastic Government Orders Berlin, July Bloodv clashes between Cwnmumsts and to- day Milt the dMth list lor political warfare soaring to 100 or more In the month since the ban on uniformed political was lifted The latetvt clashw resulted despite drastic government decrees banning outdoor Dbllea and government Escapes Jungle win was reported lured Clark taken from Hlghj Point to prevent possible violence. I another foreman In a hosiery milt at High Point sought ear- IV in.s afternoon to effect a confer- ence with hosiery In _. lously in- Mrlklng workers in High Point 'numbered about 3000. About 100 mills. Including all fur- niture factories, were forced to Thrre hundred men and uccien attending, the patty's istificjuou at Masslllon. O. were suddenly ill and rushed to hospitals and after hcd been served a lunch- threats of the death penalty for all pertons carrying unlicensed fire- or poasenlnc explosive Illegally The government decrees were lea than la hours old when members ol the Republican "Iron Front Hatchets" attacked a Nazi parade at Bresau. kiting one Nazi and wounding fourj others The attack waa similar to the> Iigthing Sunday at Altona, were 17 persons, were killed and scores were wounded. The Altona attack roiued the government to efforts to quell the prolonged political disturbances. Reports of fighting, however, reach- ed Berlin throughout last night and Half dcM from starvation and thirst. Clarence L, IfcBroy. above, Orient b Sadly Hit By Disease Toll UnkMWtt in sands of More Isolated ViHaies Washington. July 500 Chinese in three Chinese hate fallen victim to a fresh break of the dreaded Asiatic reports to Washington ed todsy What toll the plague taken in In indiw the thousands of isolated villa... Mexico. 17 day. sfter the plane which ready long scourged by famlae.ftaolt, he- and Roy Gorton, another Anerl- bandits wa. not known. Thaw- killed L L FRAZffiR ON STATE TICKET OF PARTY; n ern sa i today Clashes occurred in the eon to have Included tainted food. The photo above shows a portion of the gymnasium, In Malta hall Rhlneiand. and near many Important walch WM converted into an emergency hospital When all hospital were filled, many victims were laid In the halls and on the hospital lawn while .cores were taken to toe gymnasiums st the Malta, hall and M c- A A'ter unde- treatment. scver.1 in a rriUcal condition. There were .h-. ta_ including Hanover, Hamburg. AND MINE GUARDS EXPECT TROUBLE Sullivan. Ind July and an impending threat of violence made western Indiana's coal fields renae today. Not for 35 au- thorities ny. has the mine situation been so critical. Hungry coal diggers defied a court restraining order against hoping for arrest so they may obtain food. Cooperative miners of. tne Kbb- v.to and Hoosier mines near here feared to run the gauntlet of union pickets to work. Sheriff Wesley Wil- liams had only live deputies for con- trolling thousands of miners if riot- ing broke out At Booster mine tentative or- Issued for men to return work today. Union men, out of work agreement, expired March they would uw force to prevent operation. Yesterday 1.MO Idle miners march- mi on the itobw Vale shaft. They Wtf miners' clothes from racks, soaked them In oil and hurled them down the shaft. we don't want to fight." sain liyrtck Owens, grim little director of Laundries alto were forced to eeaw! potsonins operations. I Striking hosiery workers were Join- PE Af U ed by many unemployed men they Kathered, tn groups and ran around the city, forcing and talking other mill workers Into leaving their work. The strike was described a. "all out ol control" There waa little or no actual vio- lence The bands of striker, were--------......_ working qulcky, and drove workers to juyjj cut of laundries sfter the factories' bad been closed. Three mills In Kernesrvllle cloned, as did one unit of the Thomasvllle Chzir Co, and several mill. In Ji town. deaths. Laboratory testa were ordered to determine the exact nature of the illness, believed to be ptomaine killed and 1.125 wounded during the DECIDES IN OFWHARTENBY air agreed upon by the United States, Great Britain and Prance. Their agreement wa. noted in the draft of the disarmament resolution which will be adopted. It Is expected, by the world disarmament conference. With the exception of hosiery mill (after which the world powers will workers who quit were estimated to, negotiate settlement of certain anna-! court of common pleas Tuesday of Execution to Keep Him Out of Vandenbark's Place on School Board Is Denied Application for stay of execution, to reversed when heard on its merit. In prevent F. C. Whertenby, Hoptwell j common plena court, township, from serving on the Mus- klngum county board of education.! was denied by Judge C P RlbWe la month Fascists arid others were per- mitted to wear uniforms, compared with only killed Hurlfcg the 18 preceding These figures did not tallv with other estimates, which Bart K. Prettier, of Newark road who has been prominent in prohibi- tion activities tn county and state. ha. been selected as the prohibition party candidate for secretary of state, according to information received from Cbtunbua today. George 8 Hawk, of Terrace Park, Hamilton county, ha. been named a. the party candidate for attorney general plarrd the dead and higher. injured much Twenty persons were known to have been killed In fighting Sunday and be more than A reduction In pay in local hosiery null, was the cause for mill workers striking yesterday in one hosiery mill and quickly scrad. BORAH BELIEVES EXPANSION WILL RESTORE DOLLAR Washington. July Senator Wil- liam E. Borah. Idaho, coun- selled the country today to turn tc I currency expansion to "chs.os ment differences. The resolution declared that the conference was guided by the un- derlying principle, of the Hoover I declarations." H did not, however, i cite any specific reductions In any type cf armament President Hoov- er's suggestion called for approxim- ately per reductions. resolution recommenced that arm. tnrce, expiring November 1, be renewed for four months. Reduc- ing means of egBjeaelon was given asj the primary objective of the confer- ence. The world disarmament conference was expected to adjourn late this week or early next week after adopting the and disaster The expansion au- the Ebbw Vale "but we're pre- thorlzed under the home loan bank iMi.eOHlilig ..__k   hf a fnquebt (rummer visitor to tfcsj Orient and that the native, to inltary measures. Tet reports show rather hfett. death rate. Briefly aummarlxcd, are. in the International settlement and) Greater shanghai then had on July 18, 1.431 eases, resulting 1 deaths. In the one week between 3 and 9 were 317 new 121 deaths. because suppression ot outdoor nteet- leg fulfilled the demand of the state governments which the federal regime overruled only few weeks ago by lifting the ban on demonstrations which, Misted at that time. Saturday The anlon to remove Vandenhdrk midnight, a dramatic, astounding re-' Salt crf-k township cltel of brutal vicious, "'third tcmething more than a seat on the gree" beatlnss to make an alleged'county school board of education is robber accused of striking one police- behind the whole affair. It Is under- July stroke man's mother come clean and the crux of the case hinges of the by President Hooier to-i The deputy police chief accused In on the possibilities of affectlr.? a day will set in motion a vast relief j testimony bv an assistant district at- change In the recent appointment of program that means food shoes andjtcrney was Frank J Tappen. Repub-'p D. Ring Dresden, as supennten- better prospects of Job for the _ employed man of Oyster Bay, home of tlitiaent of rount> schools. HEAT GRIPS CITY AND EARLY RELIEF IS NOT PROMISED Stifling heat gripped most of the1 nctton today, lOtti of a general heat wave, and tte death toll mount- en to at least ISO From the Rockies to the Atlantic seaboard and from the Oult of Mexico almost to the Canadian border, the populace Buffered. tTfrnperaturea soared toward the 100 degree mark, with that they would go beyond 100 in many Little hope- of relief wa. offered by weather Few thermome- ters In Zanesvllle registered under the 90 degree- mark early thl. after- noon and readings of 94 and 90 de- gree, were reported In certain sec- tions of the business district. Lock- PLAN LEGISLATION FOR DIVERSION OF GAS TAX FUNDS Columbus, o, July 19 general asembly will be asked, when It con- vene, again in special session In Sep- tember, to enact legislation to permit use of gasoline tax funds to reduce its against abutting property WTJW constructed in past years, Governor White had announced today. "I do not advocate a general diver- sion of the gasoline tax from It. In- tended purpose, but I do believe that the motorists themselves" agree that this is a just debt and that by avoid- ing It they are aggravating one of our most serious economic problems, said the governor. "I am now having s> bill prepared authorizing the application of what- ever can be saved from the highway fund by Increased efficiency and the curtailment of the less essential op- P, M. McCartney, of Columbus, wa. Tientsin Ao unoteetal chosen as a candidate for Uniteo1 placed number of native State, senator, and E. R. Stafford, of Newark, k candidate for congress- man at large. Other, chosen as candidates in- Aaron a. Watklna ot Uma, for governor; W. Hollo Boeringer of Boon for lieutenant governor. Ira. al. Peter- of Gettysburg for atste auditor, and J. C. cordon of Berchox for state treasurer. before June 31 at 390. Foreigners affected f July 1 cases and 77 deaths. natMtktl health administration dMattctts] 4.7H wells. Cholera, first identlfwd in century, has many tlmea swept ovKf Asia and Europe, leaving a side scattered with crosses. and autumn are the la wJllGBl It spreads, usually being carrM of India by merchant ships. Afonfet ing may come to ricttab} within 48 after he stricken. Th. last great cholera, that which continued witb MM fi In India from 1910 to If Scientists estimated that folly 000 persona died la India, In and 1919 atone. In recent years modern found -ways to combat the which i. carried la the clothe, fected peravtav U food i of recent yean s UW u Mecnow. rvtoem province. In 193B. This toy of population over period o4 weeks, recorded a weekly deatlsj list of 10.000. Native, died flies on tnaf street., In their wherever thejj happened to be. It wu no unconw mon sight to aee a coolie, carrying burden along a mad. suddenly colt lapse and die within a few The resident, died fast tnejf could not be muled. Boole, toy cm the street, for hours, spreading taglon. eratlons. to the reduction of these n- The officials, to for 1933 and the succeed-1 the plegue. ordered -a IDF. victims in one vast funeral pyre. This) Kovernor's statement was made i wa. done, it was d of inquiries roncerning aniposed to late Theodore Roosevelt TappSTi! Ring, who was appointed bv the tender Owing gave official mark Tlw was ready to ilgn the heatedly derided testimony COB- board some time to replay C W of degrees at 1 p. m., with the ____j_n VAJI Ul mfflltll.. OOO measure by which con-.cerning himself grezs In Its cloning day. committed the federal government to the most far-reaching relief plan In its history. Charges, denials, claims of "frame short memories and dlrert charges by the fupreme court justice that mercury slowly continuing to mount Central Ore station reported 93 de- Mcs'on. present superintendent was selected mainly through the efforts of Vandenfcsrk and. it U understood. _ the next move In the will be) Suffering Intensified by the" cumu- fore return In the autumn there, tn signing ms not announced s s" B Mr Homer remained overnight at his! one witness Ivlng character- directly at Ring. Those mountain camp but drove bark to'lwd hearing The apoto in to his appointment. It appears are the White early. Exact time of, the testimony and questioning In-' ,re following a round- letive effect of the1 long cycle of equa. ite which have been highway paid, operating on a percentage basic "It will be necessary, so long as I am governor, for any citizen to give one tent to such an organization to obtain justice as nearly as It can be tendered said the governor. Recent the governor pointed out. have amended the lawsi i- baUt ofl so that there assessment against abutting property to finance highways except on projects which embody features of a> local nature Only the drinking boiling hot tea. at water prevented man POLICE ESCORT FOR ON TRIf TO WHITE HOUSE tonal weather, was widespread. While man who WB, obligated in This does not, however, relieve the Wrihlngton. July 19. will be general realization that there must be a pronounced eapftnclon ol i eluded the death toll assumed proportions of The reconstruction finale cor-, about course to bring attout his re- to psv these time, of' Hoover returned to BMSM ents I today from bis Rapldan the currency. amendment to the bank bill will permit expan- sion to the extent of about 000 United States bond, would re- ceive under this act tne circulation relleT. Is facilities and ifor Jgf Joseph Hlwnskl to "take most Of'Edwards that the had planned j. crowlami and H MI_-.fc, vandenburk in court Tuesday morning, while Prrry C Bassett Hl.ensk., the of the llno'.s and Penn- top of tMe list. a national cateitroplie there wa. lo rwno now compelled to deny and found that ft accurate means of calculating tne i himself and his family the neceivarles "left wing" of misery nor damage to crops and to meet them." be armv. planned to with livestock. arrival, had falleH to maiertalte. Thousands were Ul Aged snd In- _____ a precautionary measure, the "Id victim of the robbery, In fc AIT HUVVAKll JrKsMUAU to conviction about re- OFFICERS vr Added to the demand for Bourne- man's appearance wa. the announce- ment from Charles Trlckry, justice of the peace, that he was considering ri'.mj the dry sgent for contempt of rourt for delaying the hearing. Cedar LAW IjA" ASKED FOR OHIO for the destitute unemploved ,a_r.iifor buslnessJ IN Polla, AHu., as I Ann persons and children literally wilted under the 100-degre% heat, ag- Igravated in many areas by hot j Temperature, recorder elsewhere In the 34 hour. Included fiifkin 1O0 Lohgvlew Tex IDS', Howard Ftclirau. graduate of San Antonio, Tex, 101 Weslevan tnd former national and Okla. Oklahoma city, American association tauwbell player "providing.had betn If the 1W. escort met the president', mobile a. It entered the DUtrtef o4t 1 VICTIM Columbia from Virginia and rode, usj J: CLT advance of him to July oody of'Mf Hoo.tr nl, a Ohio trtnce wd directly to i WheYi a similar demonstration, last Saturday night, pMtev Point O. Julv or e a their fsnillle. It t. expected that Attorney Msrtm W tha w Pratt of Wood 95 (the lothiday mMe w nrst by the corporation A maximum of (1 500000000 will be loaned for conrtn.ctlon of ot its Mtn supportlnK public projects. Work day abwe ether streete aroutid White Donaldson declared Bourneman had been paroled In custody of U B Mar- u Larnmarth of Watertown. for turtrs snd ,t in effectrsr now tnd put Darr thousands of men on trtdpw. waterworks and sim- ilar Not only will this directly aid the appearance here at p. h last night The district attorney was Indignant today, vowing to bring the agent be- s court schedules price, for manufac-' unemployed, out Franklin K handEr. up to and will ..boon available Deputy Tapprn tr-ld him he had tnrw persons were one foot on Stark s stomach and one tn a s.WOOO nvltiWl., 99___________ Torn lo PW Two 'charirlnK false srrest. on file In here, by GETS T for Anhle f Uelatid. Fla KUUSBVIiajI Other defendants Ouv Spltler i TO GIVE ADDRESS Herman" L W July Ridencur. operator f.l a prhate barred alt ,nd arrested The man was killed while diving n.to a pool at Chattanooga, Tenn yesterday He was a member of the Knoxville team of the southern K John w ot Detroit ___ elation league thlajear ,he demonstrate In EXTORTION LETTER JOIN M of the Whitn House tomorrow. __ _ member rf the Workers' CLEVELAND FIGHT W operator a a has a le ter neVeUnd AkmniTcooper- have m d'te to- a nearlv .b...-1-r h.W eluding leteiHr. and fair profit' i_-f gnn; iiuj VB f insures s to buslnew .eneT.lly. by creating Jnvlted today to the 1931. and held_untll 3.JM1., Turn Page Darr suMMted that the associa- the end." Donaldson declared nun will be taken cy force If neces- sary DdnildKnn telrars-n tn llf nf explamlnn thf "irr lion's legislative committee ask state awemoly during Its next so to enact a similar statute for Ohio. "I'll see this through to the swemWy during its next tftfVO. JVK tVS LIFE SAVED BY CITY DIRECTORY Cleveland Vow i Virginia legislature srnlon. 1 The resolxitlon wi house, while a now In special incommunicado The [that petition Mated' nts wi The letters contained no fight to tectire lower natural prevlou. pander threat. from lbe nuit Ohio Oa. Oo. ap- of the defendants wrote to'authorities said No letter has today following a con- rormer rnarlne 2 nged the one mtued ten day. between Akron official, ano wa. comlag M493 Heights It salt! J'l'v Norman told ,r ,_f, Utrt'sUft Pedmtflans appreciate the wno drive slowly and romer The sleuth up Ms.'rt stress tnd saw people using naag- ment m wsv they fimsd the ifiteTteTtloiw, p ckM the following 71-3W 74-.MO furt owntn M- will pliv in Tht csmpeJgn now Is tc n ZantsMlle publlahlng Information BKh JJIIl (Tlvth two for the theater Chirlcstan, W Vs July not enthusiastic (n-er being two robbers in nr in tils' dally a. c.teTr.ptyfl holrtup st a filling station I Of hottest cities in the country would-he robbers fired Vota When weather bureau thermom-, bullet tore coat, struck the 109 degrees, the ,ntj KSJ, diverted downward of commerce demanded an In- Another Millet struck end of vestlgatlon. right lnd> xJlnxer The bandit, fled It nan found the government Rotiir to keep the dl- weather innmment looted rrr'crT. no muttrr how many street nvrr afccrdlni IQ 1 isffllclaN hotten" placr _ __ in Cltt Of-.er therrnometera in wn f OITV tns citr mueh i, AIV ADA liAj BU I w wia STEEL IN ENGLAND tondon Tu'v 19 Btandsrn aa.d today British iron law and steel prod had reached an tireemenl vith tlrtcian producers ROMANCE LINKS BEAUTY'S NAME WITH OWNER OF FAMOUS 'EMPRESS9 DIAMOND ronffrence, held In rtxiilted in drifunz hirh Rav T Kw s of- B. K. F. ofdinaace to oown NOT SELLING HIS CIRCUS TO CAPONE Uarland. Okls. Julx T Mlllt Miner sole durvlvor at I he hoodlums la not vl'h Al rspone rr o'her for nf h 101 i he plan f with paneiarti wild snow which failed Washing- ton than a year igo "CnoBi- 'Inl agents" of ranchman were quoted M saving fol Mlllir planned tn the dcthrrwl f'li'rx" 'be A'linti tn- to a of tax raactv m rumrla K'-R'ionn 'he n-g in on o! Wrien tPnt mire acd owner of tne famous dla. Jnond. -EmpreM of Perj was I youngster he csrr.ed Moran's. books t" from M-hool Neither! dreamed thsi to for Sij'rt Anwr. wealth ef tie rcurg ar.lr.e M w Mi- rth. -n 1 S'reet toge'hfr al and are lor pea'rd t Me to i vf, f, and I t> trf tniteo i i -id Killnl jm t i' thfn (Cmm nwnrr nn I drvs In tne trnfira whimpered that hsd pron-pted by sinister res.- the sons Monan faith In him did not rtnff by rlt-, For 'his ptui- Altron n4 r. Hi. return, after three proved that faith J'Ht it on the chance a mote wt.sfactory one .n the franchise are not as M dcfired. they Mid Uiroat mitfc s nroud ot awrMA jum Mona by Barrv a'tentions uation dramatic and Barrv with ATTica of Peru" has is of New Totk Jewel tempt to the d'atnoM their i.larw mtft U ssrtes of exoltiflg loilow. I MURDER SUSPECT! QUITS HIDING PLACE xviirim aft. Sterling. Ky.. July 13 UtU Ctant9 Nea, Annans} Ms) body m a ravine in Menlfee tat __ wa. in jail today following- THOMPSON URGES COUNTY HOME RULE _ O J'JK ana "trie WOWling of ley Relvm wnflk Oh'o state todav urred they attempted to arrest him Mona wax Oh'o xntert to petitions which He had been hiding the roun-y home the hills since thH slsytng le amendment to the foiwll- Helton hi a a place on the bal- k hospltel here, but Wllll and .n the srt- m'rr m.ni'trntton of four'v he rumiled bv rmawifW of the found sit- covered of home rule to counties A that h'w st- wd The whlfh petitioners wno and ,r, unwnament and Kirculatini netltloos. WARMER Fair tonight and WeduMJay srpt pnsslbly local somewhat warmer tn scuts) portion tonight. t k   

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