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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1933, Zanesville, Ohio                               I.' Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth M L. NO. 308 FINAL EDITION FRIDAY APRIL FINAL EDITION THREE CENTS BLOODSHED IN IOWA FARM WAR Solution Near On War Debt and Disarmament gurif f Also Made Part F Agreement e War Debt nents May Be Paid In Silver ihington. April d solution of the war tar- id disarmament problems it today as first fruits of Prrsl- RocseVflt'a series of talks foreign fitatesnu-n. White House lias approved sssional measure to pay In silver 15 Installments ol 000 Iso thnlr arrears from last De- But no moratorium js plan- er now r'jlls for 3G r Undr r tho ponding the ry may credit the debtors at of 5O cents ounce prices do not advano I this arranstni'-nt will a 30 pur cent reduction ner Premier Herriot of last rioter with i that an Intf manorial i llkvlv. It it the nations Irom raising' for purpos Chattel Battle Rages Motion F o rife' L and during the TVI n to meet Tld economic in London the central fieure in an alienation ol Elections suit- riled In lederal court On Rider For Inflation Bill i Administration .Against Immediate Bonus Payment .April Immediate trzsh pay- ment of compensation claimed at noon tnday to 4'2 to attarh thetr rider an amendment tn thar ndmln- Utrntlon Inflation bill. That number onlj six shnrt of actual majority of tlir present senate. April istration waa in a. finish fight todav j to protect the currency inflation against senate rider authorizing cash of war veterans' com- pensation I Antl-toonus senators contend 1m- J mediate payment -would defeat the purpose of the inflation pro- absorb alinoet all uf the of notes with vMch it was intended to manipulate the bond Senator ConnaJiy Dem. Tex the United Press. Majority Leader Robinson thc president opposed encum- on the disarmament prob- ras rrado oarlicr In the promised M. Harriot Primes of i who left 1 he United StaUs would a. j altntivp TO' t othnr powers if menaced If Europe vcuM dis Franre long has such a State Relief Body Prepared to Act on Hrrrlofc and Prime tt of Canada leave Minister Norman Chicago by her former husband. An' bill with a bonus Illinois Judge a. sun liar terming Mrb Clark chattel ___________________________ ___ J Can you beat Robinson vas a-sked. don't he adding expected final votes today on in- j nation and the f Ann bill to which it Is attached. .-I After the inflation action is HOnllAcf i tuo controversies remain to ivcquesi tne rarm ltgelf_ One is a Republican attempt to wipe request for rc- odnv after a ser'cs of fireside jier money through the iaruancp of with Mr. Roosevelt The Cd-1 utility excise tajc bonds was to be a -was the honor guest at a for- on today by the Ohio .rtliuf Vhlte House cUrmer last night Retrial Not I Majority of the County Board Disclaims Responsibility When counsel lor thc county or education detnanded n new trial in the proceedings early this announoement of mo-j tion came JLS news even to a. major- of thc board. lact made knonrn today when Don C. of the- trio standing together In previoui court that he knew noth- ing of the plan to Mk a re-hearing until ho read about it in the news- papers. The Hope well board of education won the decision oTer txmnty board members last week in common pleas court when Judge P. E. Wllklna of Mt sustained the petition for an injunction to pruhlbit tho county board from dividing thc district. P. C. a resident of thc Hope-well district and a member of thf county led the which included George of and Don In their effort to split the district in order block the construction of another high While they have taken action aa- scrtedly aave- the of s new hlgri they have upent .more than from money of oth- er nchool in order to carry 011 their It in pointed oxit jby residents of rural else- where In the county. are pre- paring to ralae an objection at State Troops Ordered T o Trouble Zone Attempt to Hang District Court Judge Causes Alarm Le April hundred national guardsmen. Includ- ing a machine guii brought murtlal law to this danger spot cf unrest today after a judge narrowly escaped lynching an irate mob. i Governor Clyde Herring acted cwiftly to quell which broke cut as leaders of the National Farm-- i ers Holiday association prepared i meet at DPS Molncs Wednesday to j consider a. national farm strike. officials Washington want of state cf advice they lock Le la April farm- ers' revolt against mortgage loredoi- ures turned at tinder-box kindled to heat toy two j attempta of men to Hang whom they dragged from courtroom. Tho veteran judge E. C.- to MlM Dorothee Scarbrcoigh new owiatant Attorney general. uatetl from law school last June. was within three she rind argued I before the state supreme court Attention Centers On Colorful Circus Of Boy Scouts Here Zanesville evening will become j from the ground by a nocne as vengeful farmers shouted their tnsts against his foreclosure actlvi- ties The patt who tipbelA the law. as the nocse cholted off MB was reLoverlug at hli today. Only a prayer for divine which Judge -uttered knelt In the duat of a country sobered the mob and saved hlj witnesses said. Sheriff Raiph E of id Mr. sought to lay for a United. States-Ca- a tariff reduction is ends group ol of I j commission at to ord from. out the commodity section and tho Hoover- Hyde land leading doomed to speedy defeat. The other Is a motion to eliminate sugar cane and j sugar beets from the to Winnie Ruth Jurid posed for this loht picture before she entered j the Arizon's state hospital for the insane at Phoenix Shown also are the JUjer hearing three prison matrons TV ho jjuarded the trunk csi in prison. ed teh attacks the Ilrst open take beginning at 8 in number of othPiv poMtinns come up lor consideration It is thought certain here I Senator Robinson. Repn Tnd is nominal leader of the bonus bloc. Claim Possibility Of Revolution In America erpcnae to the tax- j it evident that only YThartenby and Dozer knew of the move taken by John C. the I at torn ev employed at extra expense 'to in the place of Prosecuting Attorney Charles 3. who TIM not asked to represent the J. A. Llttlck. president of official source laid down thc points of the administration's debt reduction will not te L lor something else thit Amer- ants. The Hoover diplomacy of debt reduction tax- luctlon. has teen discarded Lima. Uhrich-s-1 Pic K- will can tariffs for IDTV trade eign low Fnuiklln C COO. for reconstruction fin- SandusKy tremendous Ibill. to of I Talk of resolution came Just Cbnnery announced If veterans' compensation authori- the had decided unanimously zatlon is to the inflation j to include newspapers in the live day the final legislative mas- j eek tcrplecc will be of -unprecedented j the n plan Is adopted in zation of foreign currency i subject Tnll be kept within ompartment. I subject of debts will from the agenda of tro conference While debt Mr ROOSE-' aiits to do it only through rcg-j ilplomatlc and the embassies. it har de-j to promise M. Harriot that i fa war debt will be reduced' of jftst Dec-mbxr. _ t price fixing of agricultural 78 r W.OOoA.000 mortgage coun0. rerinauclllg plari cllrrency I revaluation of the goM coinage ol and war debt re- duction. Conservative Republicans failed yes- terday to tempt sliver men into j coalition to remove from the infla- 1 tlon bill authority for revaluing gold dttl-r. The administration pre-J 53 to in spite of a bitter Including farm acreage this Rc-p Rrpn Second Arrest When Copies of Newspaper Brought to Lima pointed paid ted U Installment last year wiih- com nsa prom i an d It -would be un- Lima O April Snyder. distrlbJtor for the Great American Columbus weeX- give I-Yance a promise that IT tho French thPir defaulted come ly vr.is arrested here la.t.e Tliursday for the time in a ffvr hours on a charge of criminal t Ho -p.a-3 ivlcnsed under 3500' bond for appearance in municipal court May 5. City Manager TTod C. Becker Is willing to forget toat Jt Mr.i to the affidavit for arrest of Snyder. will lw brought about by England and France Expected to Form Monetary Alliance week vaa that in tne tanning industry atis- flcd prrsent working1 may bf said Rep. Lun- rfpfn- _ _' Ua the petition for a new It wax said today thmt a ma- jority of thc board refuse to pay for the expense thua growing out of the cooperation from you employers v ccniTury will have to do thing drastir. Wlinc 3011 think April monetarv alll- denunciation by Senator Glaas. Dem- crce France and Great Brlt- Virginia. Of Preaidcnt Boose- designed to keep France en velfs entire gold program. Tbr little Tirplnian began with the gold aide-swiped the execu- TO turn if we to hP-vr martial lav.' and _ Uke cvfT- industry for tho benefit of j jthe j Ed WET rt F- trf i New typographical dif- jfered. I endorse- the 30 hcur week I he is the only measure j can forestall prjsslcle serious Idlsorder-s in thf1 he cd. neWB- should br inclurled under pro- of the bill- to Ex-Convkt Steals Money Earned From Qiildren's Labors Memorial to every- thing that colorful and spectacu- with. BOO kniltl-clmd Sooute tak- ing an active part in providing this and adjacent ctnintiefl with which will long be remembered. The circus will be a circus in the true sense of the word. Preceded by a parade at 6 in which three ba-nda will lend color to the proems- alon. the scouting activities will get under wav with a nourish. Irarge crouds of visitors irorrj coun- ties will mingle with the Zanesville which will gather along the downtown to the At the a scene inore characteristically circua-like will viBltora. An evening or action is proml9etl In all nine of the Scouting notables will the most prominent of wnom will be Dr. George J. Flaher of New York de potty chief national Scout execu- oLutlon in the smouldering corn belt resentment against They expressed lears that attempts to rest the attarjcers would lead to.npca- warfare bloodshed. The Ticlence began ycaterday Ftlmghar. about 50 mllcB north- eaat of Mars. Deputy sheriffs who had been eent to maintain ordeT a forecloeure sale were overcome and beaten. The farmers thru aiarcbetl to a farm near Le where a fam- ily has defied district and court orders to surrender their ptop-. erty. A of the militant appeared at the bome of declared by the owner ol the property. An mrguiMtnt developed and Sheriff Kippej called. s P'onnera Hcized the aLerifl tnd Becker and carried to the tonra- ball part. of themr' were heaxd. Rippey talked at lengtH tho farmers and in live He will present the Eagle Star Life anrt PalrTTwards to eligible them to at the Court of Honor cere-1 alter which Both monies. Dr. Fisher will be a guest of honot at 6 o'clock when reception and dinner are held by council o-fficiali at tfle Y. W. C. A. At noon today A convict paroled from Ohio penl- tefcre joint wat the epeaJcer at Cambridge according to wife. stole the mOnpy that their children earned hy selling candy on the Btrcets cf -WTLB to returned to the today Parole Of- of the Rotary. tive order compelling in their and wound up with the dollar that to the onld be diahonorablc- gold Having Juut administration rlthstcod that leadera weie unpre- pared lor thc chacgr ol front in the bonus battle. They speedllv Tardily. -.vlll th'.-n to receive French pleP-s for re- mont on the samo basis as thc British. who was taken in crrlvGci Lima to CfT A. Jit April 28 several saiid copies thc Examiner distributed here. 1 Tuesday night fire Exam- iner including Snyder. trerc l.-urcstcd at Columbus fiJQd brought to 'Lima Each charged irtth crim- Progrcss on j mat and released under eSOO cbt negotiations TVXS bond Tor nppcnrance May 5. by President Roosevelt andj Warrants vrr-ro swom by Policr Hcrriot of France Inj Inspector A. C. Edwards at'the rc- atatemrnl. issued at. the white I qucs-t of City Solicitor Melvin C other four tinder charges advance in thc International j hero Oonnld Ixrudon. IXn- upon problems -arhlch have 331 Ln-sryrr. S. O- Barnes. 39 and delaying 'scorld re- William 4O. all or COJumbus was coupled dls-j Thc sffldavlls act forth that In Solicitor uvntatlon in Ught and other officials here. Roo5tTcIt-HdTiot alatcmcat i-------------------------- -d that thc debt to of nnd zno5t frank and friendly char- tariff resolution urould to csldent thc of lowered tariff 135tend o'j ng thc but lengthy icr development In tec Jnter- ad jltuatJon at thc dcpartmcr.tj fay 10 has set I 'or a rf ex-1 rom thr Tour pro- Thc c a resolution the pubjlshr iT lanri readjustments Is ready j iner librlrfl Manager ProspecU Of Higher Steel Prices Brinj Production Increase Jj adjourned the aenate last night few minutes before 6 p. m- Thc delay would invite shoals of blistering deinanaing that esa undo of its work In re- returned to Paris from Ijondcn. Ti-Utre he had en- in txperte of the Bank of England. It -sras understood that imdpr th'1 agreement Bank of England wcnild lend up to two milliard franco at an interest rato of two arid one half cent. Bodies of Parents And Two Children Discovered in Auto tlon of the pound at a point 'girca Britain an in ex- change. By obtaining the France will do herself two services. First ahe 'will a. drain on her gold heretofore BATUC of has its francs into geld. she will obtain a much Nine Prisoners in Famous Scottsboro Trial Grow Unruly Ala.. April 28 nine Scottsboro case negroes. re- volted agarnit prison discipline and barricaded themselves in county jail j surrendered uncondition- rJlv today after a conference Warden F. L. addition to has ur.d-r Jordan. April ClarkT 38. whOce insist- cit and If an one- cd .cquittal deadlocked the jury Great Britain would bcnrfi. mostly iu the mail fraud by eliminating tte W d.ad m5th her hw- Dining a loss in ud chJldreja in their the will b- lent to autorabile here iwt .Prnncc at a The nl nt jtrmty allow Britain mnd Iruabarxi appw- Jccncentrato the had decided to irip- out Birmingham. Ala. April 2fl nine nefrjn prisoners In th boro held pound the dollar by opera- April put 3n thLi district today to per cmi of up 5 IcrcJ' since FebruarrJ 3932. on a Socd or coders Tcr quick j court the -r. A section of gardt-n automobile's exhaust p the In the bo in pOLTtK wrecJced of the Jefrcraon county Jail against prison authoc- ities and national or anybody to fcffce them to Uiclr regular C'-lla. The youtiw. one ol nrhom has been r--s-ntenccd to the Metric chair Tchilc the remainder a-srait second trials on thc charge of rioted revealed. They tore cut znd pit brxAea warrant alleging drunkennew which TTM filed night DT wifp. Tlie prisoner WM questioned at city prison triLs morning by Officer taking atwut 90 cente. The wife KLid he toot t3. R3i to Ohio penitentiary from Athens county for grand lar- to serve M. term of Trom one to 2O He was on parole but had-bcrn according to Of HOT in obtaining mcrchandUie und Officer pointful out that MB arrest for drunktnneflt iraa the second Tlo4ttlon erf hla parole and that Fox's behavior since -from -penitentiary necessitated return. Ohio Beer Control GMnmission Names Thirteen Inspectors The mob then went to the court- r room of Judge Kiwanls and Lion clubs of that city The cJrcus this f vening Wiilv draw participating Soouta Irotn over all of Guernsey and Perry ccomtles- The taking part parade will be that of ZaneAVillej hlgn acnool. ia the Ameri- can Legion drum and bugle dty. and tfce Scout drum and bugle Cambridge. The local will play during the cir- Jap Troops Renew Attacks on Chinese North of Peiping at hearings in both the Becker Frtmghnr cases. Alter an of several farmern jurict and pailied him from the ccrlirt room They dragged him put tbe aherlft'3 office and offices of otbtrJ tut none to as- sistance. meu rearing acrcsa their faces took ouUide court house. They attempted ts troope fcrce the judge to promise to sign foreclosure ott another Iowa can't do BndJej answer- ed- He wan knocked to the ground. Other to force him to the oath failed and he again beaten. A truck pulled up and Bradley was thrown One of the attackers blindfolded the Judge. Sixty other join-1 cd the caravan it started lor the outskirts. A half-mile- from the city Bradley uras jerKed from the truck. One farmer a hubcap from a truck. and placed it on the judge's head. his the fi and a Jeer went up. April launched a tcrriilc orienslve at Kan- north of and ft black M threatened to continue on to Polptog dawn over 'the elderl If tbe counter-.ttacked. farmcr plcked a of .a-Cbina cabled -upon of the- fe protocol for a united WArnlrjy to Japan further troopw into China proper. Signatories oV the Bcacr protocCH include filmoat all ofth- major world pcwer-i. includlSK the United States ww treaty wnlcli settled ihc ay. it o Apni d todar an- Tho It up to to prevent Japanese of Tientsin snd C3ark in a paac'_ countx1c5 JU axv jurcr 5n trial without Jhat a fornvr Tfould be dcilvrry. Republic to nrty prr cent -a-rci. in ihr adraace JD. wat Irjto district svcl rlrjai actJrity an to Highway Work Now Going Full Sixty Men Employed guards Wmrd-rn be kept in th- day tho floor of til tftey to and aoxpl 33a which rtot-d for v under the o said Ui-y rarKyus Uwpeclon will northern China. it refused and tbe the grime on his A noow was thrown about Iry's neck and OTCT a pole. 0rrvrai fanners p-jlled judge frcpm tAe and held the rope taut until he They then him. After Bradley revived. Or-' znands for his promise were Bradley defied the jothej dcrarn th road to an- without of t action oT to tbr ccnfrr- i LondOT. Tnany or cf hJcJvcr n5 2n 13ie into mutet Jot icton win car- and other prod- to mcr- -ln thls tut Jiad Tbr Off Clart- anotbtr rplsotS- spectacular erf 2rtr jmd tuslly- al on county thr -srirX. H- tttr and Thowe appolnvrd Hcnrr D. A. JBarbw. to apsiyninent to anr part ol '.jjrjj- wiil j accord Ing to Director -iriii iw rl-.lchVjt u. -----__ or prlscners county aaaoasaocfl of vlsitwn who haT- cost nuriVrsL jr. today AlVhcrach oca-ho In rf jlmltrf. of itoCVoTi. April 28 tn HraiAlJcr. of oT Rpttlrw 1o Tx- Canada p Fond to Feed Kiddies Irlci at cjtpsritj compardj'5 Oil Jo tfcncn a UiJrri of CJV-T2 a nirc. rn3-X 1 j steadfastly ...j BacX cm the Mghvray. tht to to s into direct cocimauded Bradley to pray. Japan a or an taat and vith faow 5-S i-i. _______________. j -Oh. Ixjrd. I pray do Colonel Turner After B- StrApp. roj T. Jonn C. TYjm-j llnson Nevln. 3C W. sa J- H. jpcrt a- sn. PET. rodar -or all j The lout t_i -1 men ru_oed to r HjCnt IKXWrO.aEi iSd avay. A -up BrsdJrj aatf _ or roads __ bccsrr- iry ttc and H. N. J. aTt-rr ih- Worltl lalgTi o. F -'i rr-a _----__ j 1 Sccaw or Ultr. not to St.' IndicVjrd rjo further a n-T- Loot Bank __ In Kentucky- Town lo TUTTT hr probwW- stop V- Innpy r IDenounce Condition In 32   

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