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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1933, Zanesville, Ohio                               HE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL VOL. NO. 14 FINAL EDITION TUESDAY MAY 1933 FINAL EDITION THREE CENTS ROOSEVELT CALLS WORLD TO DISARM Bitter Fight Now Probable On Sales Tax White Carries Measure to Coupons Opposed O. Una of the evenly-divided Ohio ute adopted a altitude last Democrats of the house of shipped Into line by administration parted waves of menacing opposition to per- pik inti oductlon of Wliite'i sales and Income tax bills It the beginning of a battle to the finish AC the preponderantly Democratic there wa-s a possibility the ad- iXilstratlon Ml It would go through under guidance of the governor. A perilous course lay ahead of the tax- ction proposals In the according to Republican Floor Leador Senator Earl R must be ehoftn that additional tart's are nee- While Representative William M. Democratic cliair- nian of the joint legislative taxation was championing the gov- ernors bills In the Senator Joseph N. Repiib- 1'can. eland. ULS introducing inj the senate a bill mhich would divert j Jcr relief and other purposes all gns- ohne tax now going to pc- laical all highway construction and one-fourth rr the maintenance and repair fund of tne state hlghwaj departinent a total cf about for a pe- riod of two years. Zmrrgins from a Republican rau- S-nator Lewis announced a ma- of Republican morisly against a coupon salps ra-.orpd IISB of existing monetary BDurcea for relief of the un- rrployed and and -p-cnactment of the dgaret tnx. and tvcruld -vigorously m- -.re in taxation convinced was absolutely nece-seary. While indicated Ackerman's bill had not. the senator said the majority went on record as further diversion of gasoline tax fncLhmAmerica Takes Leadership Milk Strikers Y 117' .1 1 n The proposed national strike cf farmers been called but Wis- consin dairy farmers are right aherrl with their bloclcade to force. higher Here's a picket dump- ing milk destined for Milwaukee. Disperse Several Some Trucks Emptied of Cargo Shavano. May and j national sworn In as deputy 'hprlffs in a new fries of eaks todey in gallons ctf wrie- dumped in the Wisconsin strike. Gas bomtn WFTP thrown as strikers in dumping two loads of milk I.nke Mills and Johnson Crrek. Fifteen who refused to disperse were arrested and brought heie for A bitter ngnt between fai and wajs averted when 100 pickets in aftei having fortified a hill with j stones for a pitched battle with 23O The strikers started to entrench en a hill top where tear gas could not reach them but lUddenlr broke cover for their and speeded away before the deputies could organize a On a report that LAwrence a had been beaten verely trying1 to deliver milk at Bon- tquod of deputies was rush- -ci the it- After delivering a shipment of gas a national gnnrd airplane took off to patrol the area and re- poit of strikers. Addi- Peace Movement The and income tax bills f ere introduced In thp house under of constitutional and Hopewell Case Is Back In Court As New Motion Filed rules A chorus of greeted their presentation by forced a record vote on In- troduction They wore referred to itandlng taxation committee of tru- which probably will consider -hrm Wednesday. should consider you clared e in Goodwin trirrn or Despite to effect peace on the Hopeuell school the rumblings of another skirmish -were heard Monday at the court house. where F. C. county board appeared with a motion to appeal the decision In the recent in- junction proceedings. a majority of the coun- ty board to stifle further llti appeal bond was filed Monday In common pleas court. acting In. be- half of his friends nnd against the wishes of fellow board members. claimed at least a rlctory bills went In aa originally pre- j aa he secured acceptance of the governor. pre-I bond. -1 Some question of the legality of this procedure aroee when diction that the. to removal erf the coupon 'eatura from the sales tax Whartcnby first tried to enter the i went in unchanged j demand for a new but in a coupon In the ruling Monday to Clerk of ax Is particularly ob- Charles Snider. Prosecutor Charles wrvcd Senator Lewis. Republicans of the indi- they would caucus further to- Jav on the administration taxation They were close tod in a for about two hcrUra after he opening last alght. Several other bills relating to EJcatloa were liitrodUCrd as the Lsahure pointed out that the appeal motion may be accented refrardlcM of whether it Is the decision on this raatt-cr resting with the court tlonal deputies recruited- in thin rltory aa the activity of pickets increased. went to Lake Mills where a. large cargo of milk waj dumped after t ely wrangle. milk dumpers then went to Johnson they poured tTut another milk loftd on the highway. Jefferson ccuntv deputies the grtmp tear and succeeded In rushing one load of milk through the picket lines At fctrikers placed a heavy barricade of railroad ties and harrows a-croM the highway. Eight milk preceded by a huge plow successfully crashed the bar- rier. In WaukcAha co-unty a. milk truck down and strikers who attempt- ed to storm it were forced back by ho swung their cluba resumed its Itbors after the of the appeal ks receoft. I centered Snvrier thus relieved of all srjcr.sibihty in connection wltb toe inasmuch aa his duty is said to constitute merely the Representative OBssIdy of Cuyahopa exemption of all from referred to the under suspension rules of -ailroad HB bill cancellation of unpaid A fcpeclal to draw up m tax on individuals was irgpd by Rep. KlngsloV A. t of Shaker Heights. Fax Collection For Last Half Of 1932 Starts Next Monday The collection Of real ihc last half of 1932 will begin oxt Monday morning. County Trear Hcrt-ard E. K'-cnT today. h- total charge property In coiinty Is approx- Tiately including all dc- The books will remain cpcn until July 20. the trca.Turrr Ac- to to on 20. but county comml oners. ho cmpowrrrd to the nearly In Mu of cff to were low BJ in local- b''r of drl c for It5t 5 Trill b- mbtr. In of trr- wc-k. ThU collrcvlon In office by CharlT Ira TTie question of le- sronna the fact that the plaintiffs in the injunction ac- although art1 not seeking a ncTi' trial. It thus appears that a minority of the with sev- eral are urging a he befcro appeals uhlle the los- ing county board is tat- isfied to let the matter drop. No v.lll be forthcOmintc from the county school funds to fight the case and -xhat expense is incur- red must be borne and his Kopcxeil who Join- ed. him In demanding the appeal. U TTJIS by school men Some point out that the motion for appcnl cnme too late. the Hopr- well bcRrd has already serured the mcr.cy to build a centralized high to which Whartcnby is opposed. Stock Sales to Wife Branded as Shams Federal Court Koom. New York. May United Steles Attorney Ueorpe z Medalle today told a al Jury that Charlw E. of to his wife arjd friends in 19-29 and 1930. were prc- and for line deliberate purpose of defrauding the govern- ment of more than 9650000 Income taxw. Trill show.- he .mid. In 1929 he made a sale of stocks to wire. whereby he jet up ihe pretence that Instead of a net Income of W.4C6.324. he in- curred a low of 11 show thnt in by an- other he incurred fictitious loss crndrd payment of 8121 324. In that year he 85.000 shares of copper stock to friend That and a I Senate Probe of Myers Activities .bay. O. of G'-VrzeS. My-rry. of slate. Albany. X. Y May IB -New York state ernbarked on a draMio program to raise the living standard- of the dairy farmer and boniBh of further violence and disorder caused low prices. An order by tbe milk control directing dealera to a taaic four per quart minimum for 1 fluid went Into effect at 1 a m. board. by oontlnued wtrnlnga of farmers that they would dump their milk and eien up if it failed to afford them gome determined to that the were obeyed. The dairy under the mini- mum price muat be paid not less tb.au S1.B8 a hundred pounds for 1 fluid PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT To Disarm Is Roosevelt Tells Congress Homeleu As Second Disastrous Fire Invades Maine Me. May 16 myste- rious orUln of the second i2.000.OOO fins in Maine within two weeks was investigated today M Auburn's hOmelews were quartered in public buildings and plans were pushed to rebuild the 3OO burned Estimates of the resulting frcm the destruction of CO business blocks and a residential faction rang- ed lip to half a million dollars more than thr IOM nine days at about 125 from here. Norm an 25. a confessed setting the Kla- blase. The fire nUrted here yesterday with a series of explosions in a gasoline 5tatlon and spread rapidly by a 30-mile wind. Embers soared Andro-coggln to and buildings there Rumorn that fire might have been. Incendlmrr Washington. May Roosevelt struck two for peace In call tna-t ranfr arooind the world he an open meeoage directly to heads of 64 including Soviet Russia He called upon them to pledge not to move any armefl forces acrona their frontiers He immediate re- duction of offensive He warned that nation refusing to oo-cpemte vould have to aseume re- sponBlbllity for such be- fore the civilise world. Hr followed this appeal with a to congress cast In sharper words. He transmitted the text of his world appeal to congress foe In- formation and wav to is to disarm thrratening crisis His action blcrwB intended to mobilize the tcrrilic im- pact of world opinion ngairuEt those for aelfish would plurge every-one over another prerlp're ntnick nls mighty blown on the eve of the speech Chancellor Hitler in to make tomor- The w ay to prevent invasion make it Thus in two history-making utter- to the world and one to American Mr Roosevelt world leadership in a war- cd by Police Chief Harry Howe. Moratoria Approved By House May Mil. yuro by In Iw- finally br of to San Francisco Area Rocked By Further Earthquake Shocks San FYnncisco. i.lnv 16 San Franclvro pcnlnnila and the roundlnr area for a hundred miles rocked Try a Aharp earthquake at dawn today. The temblor occurred at 3 43 BJH.. and lasted approximate3v 45 seconds No damaitT was although city cnme to life at Telephone Interrupted girls left the ardtch- Principal thoroughfares irfre filled with laxicabs. Stockton. 90 miles reported a short -thock. as dkJ Sacramento. 100 miles northeast. Petaluma. 40 north. Mid row to the German utterance Ls That bated breath lest It open a breach thnt ran not be henled without tloodsheti. wan impelled to this Mr. ROOM v el t told It become increasingly evident that the awiuranoo of world political and economic peace and stability is threatened by selfish and sighted actions and of jhort- threats mncere wish for this assurance by an overivhclming majority of the Is to nations faces the danger of recalci- trant obstruction bv a srnaJl mi- nority. Just as iii the domestic field the purposes of a in labor or in other coor-era- tlve ere of ton frusVatcd by A MlllSh Earlier in to thr world Mr RocwfjlE had Yourselves to Send No Armed Forces Across Your Says President Roosevelt in Impassioned Message to 54 Nations PLEA MADE ON EVE OF HITLER'S SPEECH First Time America Has Taken Such Daring Strides to Foster World Action An Innovation As It Is Sent Russia Included May Rooaevelt seized the 1 eoderahlp of a war-threaten rd world today and in a meMingo cablrd direct to thp rulers of 54 countries summoned all na- tions to plrdge themselves to send no armed forces whatsoever their Irontirrs. He irarned that if any strong na- lion thu civilized world will KnoT- where to place the blame urge that nu nation such he Mid. Raising his powerful votes nbovc tho rumbling war of president iharp Imperative call Tor In the form of an open to all the sovereigns of the w and through to their reapcctlvo proplea j As a first Roocc- velt urgrd the nations to accept the j disarmament plan proposed by Prime 1 Minister MacDonald at the world disarmament conference. That would reduce offensive weap- ons and B et up a system of con- sultation to bring the trs to- gether when peace Is menaced While thU IB being he pro- posed that no country should in- crease its existing Then emergency armis- tice proposal in the following 1 That all the nations of the should enter into a solemn and def- inite pact of that should solemnly reaffirm the ob- ligation they have aacumed to limit and reduce tfcMr armaments and pro- vided thcae obligations are faithfully executed by all aifcnatory In- dlvldually that they will no armed forces of whatsoever na- ture the frontiers points out that if any strong nation refines to Join with genuine sincerity In con- certed efforts fcr political and eco- nomic one at Geneva and the other at progress cfl-n be obstructed and ultimately blocked. such event the civilized seeking both forms of will know where tbe responsibility for failure I urge that no nation a responsibility and that Rivers Falling and Danger of Serious Floods Alleviated Donald Disarmament Plan May 16 Mac- disarmament plan which summonctl ail nations to support is sum- marized aa follo'As. It first Ittjs a baala of security through consultation. It provides that If the pea.ce menaced the signatories of the Kellogg peace pact shall be c-ilLed together to consult. Any nations. Inclua- Ing one of the great may call jsurh a conference through the League of Nations. Any reached by thft conference be concurred in by all the and a ma- jority of the others. The conferees jxe to determine what may be taken to pre- vent A breach of the If has they aro to decide party Is the the problem of Euro- pean land the MacDonald plan that all of them shall be reuuoed to tho statua of militia by limiting the period of enlLstnient to eipht An exception is made in the case of bOme would permitted to enlist iwldlen for 12 inonthJ The plan uooild eliminate siege guns used in aix offensive. today for 1U it learned at the White HOUM. message WM addreaeed to 6-1 including Tha to RusMa waa sddreseed to Michael All Union Central Executive cow. This Is the fimt an American president communi- cated directly with the sorlet autfcor- Itlw. It waa Uken to alRnin- cant of the president's desire to mob- ilize tria entire world in gljantlc- for peace. Tt waa thought destined to a historic utterance notice to world that the United atatai h'r ahnre of rriponMblliry In thn strife torn family of No direct mention of Qermany was made. But timed on tho eve of Chancellor Hit- ler's statement to the rMchMif to- morrow which the wotld im awaiting with tense apprehenalon Jest It re- open the lamie which throw i world into all thr nations In conferences translate their profeaoed policies Into action The president to aend a oopFy of his message to fcreign to most deadly of Successor To Bevis Not Yet Kinkade Quits Bench Cfelurnbus. May 16 A to Flnano Director Howard appointed nipht to onio court to Ju jolds R. of not decided upon by O trnor announced today. AiclstATit Wclfarr Director Dar of has mentloti- by to the The Musklngum continued to fall steadily today and. barring the to of out that If any nation rcfuvi 10 join in tncv con- jeer efforts for political nomlo the .-vt and other ai can be obvLructed and ultlm-iflT blocX- od. In such ecvnt ihc wrt-ld. both forms cf the resccnsibllKv for 'o I no a and that all thft nsUons join In trarjdatc pro- Jnto action. way to political a confer- on ini- WH. that the north end of reported to of extremely north. Hll appeared to have After approAChinp to within nches or 25-ioot flood ntagc. the rivrr in the er pool fell more than two feet ring the night and. shortly before noon at 22 Tht iran both and below tht according to South irhicri oorored th- road points this cltr and this TO con- Vr. laid phajfia on his d'-jdro fhc.t today from fo- two hUhway the dc- tcrur Phllo aixl Gty-sport. Uic flood watT Cashed in gmvpl continued for that to detour from this by way of First drrtour this nccrswary by tri- ris- ing Sunday rvMilr.f. One trip wmy a day In MacTXma'd of plan. for r-f-du elimination of r uoanlbly Both bills of J phone all automatic Wyoming- Joins List of Repeal States romirjg If not thr fourth romporaniy during the pcMod of fjood- Many acrrs of farm in and Ucklnsj malnetS 'odaT and 5ri fluids Irotn which win had brcn the supreme bench for months on Recount of lllncus. Will tnat he ha.s refused to draw any piiy from Thri appolnlm''nt of Cincin- nati throws tne balance of supremo ccnirt f i om Kepubrfccan to Dtmocratlc. rx-mocrats now on the Justice V. Wey- Florenoe E AllTi arid Republicans art Judges Thcm- Matthias and taken frotn law practice to finance director Governor While took office in 1030. He hud not previously public b-Jt had prominent In Cincinnati affairs. as drafted th A- Jones. Edward H. of the city Income Tax history nrar twenty yeaTa His mesBuge wan an appeal for of both tha world conference and the Geneva rtlaawiiii ment With ruch of recovery liamrlnaj1 on economic Mr. y.aw it mTiaoed tense between Germany and Old mica. first In far u obwrrpra preatrtent of thft United rectly addrrasfd of tire world and them for common action to ciYlllaaw tlon. Mr. did mo IB that thry would answer his caJl. president called attention to the oonferenco for dlsarmftcntnt and econofnlo the otie no'ir at the other root to corjTf-ne at JjOriJon. of this aZMX children who Inhabit world bound up In the 4edsiofU Turn to Leaders To Demand Immediate Payment Of Soldiers' Bonos Washington. May motley crowd of veterans open- ed the 1933 In a hall a few from the White ujsfl determined to oWaln an toe- first of its an ex- of the time limit on meals and lodgings now at guTTrxnent expanse. A fleleyttlon of callod at the White of the bonus from Hunt. Va.. 30 away. The group a-fccd M. Howe. presidenUml If Roosevelt would per- mit to rrmaln at the fort Ma.y J8. previously of arranged to with 'legation lafr In the day. The World war vtenuaa hare fmr -ure ot Washington for conventhm transported to cap- tal from the fort in government Return Under Scrutiny May Ifl. J. P. Mor- n's tax. the United permit of the bOtriM. Press lenrnrti. O convention of UOO of many oT -rtudied try unit Detroit continent iMt committee bc3U5 array. caHcd jWhJto today to tell Eeturns of his in the Hcnre that unit tarnation benXlntc firm are ro Ua lUXJaii- rxarrJned. It brlleved like- reforestation army. Tjlr that Uic infortaaXlon -arlll Imm-di- be Ir.irrxluced early in the commit-j 3C plaal-' of the bank's op-i to ntxti 111 lit Southwestern of the oom-j Cln' al inquiry Into was felt moyt Bay Rlchnwnd and In the United Press relay i Pruactoco. oc the j floor of a on nxturcs and a Highway Equipment for Flood Relief rxin- work it Dtrt tJoriAa taxes Trace Is Found of Duncan McKinney of Or- Seeks Federal Probe Bolivia and Paraguay Asrrre to Arbitrate Mar Elevator Operator On Governor's Staff Caldwell Miners Out Furnaces Operating n can Or around. vcc H. or.c ol the Chinese Hold Lines Fair and Wanner J Ch3nji. of Italy To Accept v i   

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