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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1933, Zanesville, Ohio                               THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL the Truth NO. 26 FINAL EDITION WEDNESDAY MAY 1933 FINAL EDITION THREE CENTS OUTHERN OHIO MINE STRIKE ENDED ands of Escaped Convicts Terrorize Mid-West perate Criminals Riot Ball One Murder ributed To Mutineers May waa today to 11 desperadoes im the night watchman of Kas was slain today by assailants who shot him cm r Chctopa and hid hi5 body y. ours before the one 'leeing convicts were Xnown th of Chetopa and another where they releitsed who had been seized aa leers fled from the prison. f Police Owens of told the United Press he ne of the bands Of convicts I IXirkee when he encoun- n. irder occurred about 1.30 t was not discovered until when Enirfcee mlwed rch revealed his body estimated either of the convicts easily could have Jhetopa at the time of the including the ring- released Warden Kirk md two prison guards at miles south of w hours d group had released three ostages and left the farm William near w miles north of II three and half hours- murder. slain by bullets from a Chief ens eaUd. LH living near the scene of yr heards the but in- saw no the chief to kill in search lor the fleeing mutlneera. The Mrs. M. j. Wood of Kan the her Louisa and Clar- ion were set free unharmed at the farm home of William New. two and one half miles south of Kan. Thrw other one the penitentiary were released HOOVER'S NAME DRAWN INTO PROBE OF MORGAN BUSINESS World's Fairest lato last of convicts by the second group They were set free near were found In store Okl3 alter they had served as shields to protect the flfeing pris- oners rrotn their danger- ous flight south through KajLsas. A heavily armed irom Immediately Mt out on the trail of this group of free. to exchange with them now that the criminals no longer could threaten death to the hostages In re- taliation. Warden Kirk Prather and Sherman and L.. A. told by telephone an exciting stcry of their harrowing hours in the custody ol the who held to the captives' ribs and razors to their during a. mad ten-hcrur ride through and into the Osage hills of Oklahoma Wilbnir killer of men and suspected of other the- and was at the wheel ol Tint one stolen car and then another as he piloted bib companions unct the three offi- s to Oklahoma. Warden FraUier was giving his farewell party fcrr the when the mutiny out. Scheduled to retire it the end of the day as den of the InHtitution he had ruled the indicating the body lagged to hiding in the chief aaid ilid woman and two of six hostages aeiaeu by releftAea txxlay. TU flashed immediately to of four Btatw to shoot I thrCrugri PCTeral turbulent 'Pratner wan to 749 cxxivlcta who packed elands of the ball ground. The between Am- lean Delegates conomic Parley Route To London May 31 with nstructions from President represent pday for London where they 1th other world for rial agreementa to footer the six official American accompanied by a retinue and left for New pedal train at 8 a. m. They for England In mid-axter- the liner President Boose- will erlon Legion Junior of Ixavcn- M. former part- FVTTd and Independent n senator from Michigan lext reaching London the conference on Only Republican 00 the Couaens yesterday accept- aoaevelfs last-minute Invl- yesterday Ralph retired banker of San re .T BLR. The other delegates of SUte Oardell Hull former James M Senator tan of chairman of foreign relations commit- Representatlve Samuel D. 3s of chairman ruse- foreign relations com- C- Bullitt. assistant to the of whose conference in capitals before President s inauguration caunett mUcn n. was named by the White executive officer of the dele- ttee to Study otnpensation Cuts May An inde- DinmitVec will b- uto to compensation to any Injustices re- r MicK a it the House at Roosevelt saJd to the reOuctiona for teran.i sn'l that I3ld be mado during the ut Uiat pcnJiJlesp hosfiiial need hare no eren heir wore mectrd. Aiding in Killing Policeman O- May rolloe an- an ocm- oday they Edwnrd pnsrd the on April 29. for off KazninMd who 33. that kSlllme of Pirk worth and Wft-s in the fifth with the score two to when TJnderhlll ftjoae. displayed a and cried to on that Kobert convicted a ha- bttual enough nitroglycerine to blow this Joint the Haxrry Lincoln bank Twc- Prank Edward Davis and Jamea all life termers and all known aa desperate rallied to Underhill and Brady. They seined Warden bound hie arms with wire and threw n wire around neck. They led him the baseball from which the umpire and players fled. Warden FTather foresaw the possi- bility of a major disaster in threat of the to blow up the grand- stand nitroglycerine. Grapevine information had come to him two weeks ago that a quantity of the ex plosive waa cached within but search failed to reveal It. The shouted to the guards to ooey the orders and sur- render their arms. Warden Prather and the other were marched to watch tower on the walla. Trie group scaled the tower and alid to the street on a rope ordinarily used by the guards to hoist fuel to tfcsir lockout. Guard John Stewart opened M the fled la their comman- deered automobiles. The re- turned the wounding Stewart in the wrist. Mitchell's Reports Appear Inconsistent Federal Court. New Tork. May Charles Mitchell reported approx- imately he received from one management but failed to report WWJ.666 he received from another elm liar the government showed today In Its resumption of Mitchell's trial for leged income tax evision. In 1W9. the former chairman of From tea room cashier to Quren of Beauty at thf Centurr of Progrew EipoAition in Chicago Is Cinder ella fctory true for Lilllftn An deraon of Wis pictured her in regal robes after her coronarloti Thu 5-foot 6-inch blond t.'autv tooic LUe I5.0OO tint prize from 50 fair Recover Bodies Of Two Boys Drowned In Jonathan Creek The of two recover' early Wednesday morning from Jonathan vllle. They were Ralph' 17 son of Mr. and MM. JObn 'R. Welch Moxahala road near South and lAwrenoa sou of Mr a-nd Mrs. Kane. Darlington road In Newton township. Two volunteer John Oar South and his brother Louis of Lawhead found the bodice at daybreak abou 15 feet and about 75 feet downstream from where the boys clothing discovered Tuesday evening. Sheriff William CuJttia and Howard who had dragged the creek until 1 o'clock tnis returned to the scene Just tho bodies were being removed 'rom the water Young Welch a student In the eighth grade at South Zanesvllle while Kane attended Rolling Plains school. The always close attended Sunday I school at the Methodist church on Clover street Surviving the Welch boy are nla parents and tTo sisters. Evelyn of the home and Mrs. Margarrt 'Ethel Zanesville. The Kane boy leaves Ifational Oty rjunk received thirds of a minion dollars In the fund piled up cut of sur- for yenr evi- dence showed. This which the was not included In his tax return Tn on the other hand. Mitch- ell received I13.997.38 frojn man- fund of the City TVurt Co.. a City and WM in- cluded In Ws return. bookkeeping in- WM reputed from city the city Suggests Unionization of Country's Workers May 41 Organised -r5 totlav ap- ed to toward col- over of operation un- IndujtrJal control bin caN- np for to work. and rofruiat'f ionn to g of here Tu Wilfiacn of for and In of to Jo to of Beer in Kentucky Ky- May Cily to to Iviind for 3.COO of parents and five sisters. Bertha Mary and of the two Louis and George of the home. funeral Ferrtccs will held at 2 Friday afternoon at Clover Street Methodltt church with Rev. j. A. Hopfcrns and Rev. O V. officiating. Burial will be in The which are at the Hear- ing fuTMral will be removed morning to their respec- tive Husband Near Death After Killing Rival O.. May Andrew who Monday fatally wound- ed 31. alleged for 30-jear-old wire's todar ncr.r irath. In 9L Rita at A reTotrrr oirr OcUvla Ooldnberrr fought at tUe home of her mother. Mrs. John Maaon. northweaa of here. Mrs. Golfis- znciher of three and ber huebnnd. fire months Clnce then tried to eTftxrt a He rim ted her Monday and found resor In the rxjuw. They It out 19 Gregor rway frojn the second Vo flrwt floor. Hr staocrerrd to where he fel3 dead. WAV struck In Ifte iaM. bullrt. fifed foot of tfce 3ay China and Japan Sign Formal Truce Pact TokJo. May A roTTnaJly sotfay b Japan. Third List of Morgan Customers Reveal- Pecora's Tactics Approved By Committee Washington. May 31 The name of former President Hoover WM drawn today into the senate of J. P. Morgan tind company when Senator Dem Colo in- quired. if Edgar whose name appeared cm thr selected lint of United Corporation person la reported to be the representative of ex-President George Morgan who waa teatiiyirig at the re- don't enough arxmt him to startled the hearing room with reference to Hoover by In- quiring x find the name of RlcJtard On United Corporation list. Do j you know know or him he is an engineer In Nerw Whitney replied. don't know u-ho suggested Mr Rickard. We never had any business with him tn any vou Ilnd out who Ooatigan tn-.1' Whitney ex- plaining that Pecota already had re- quested him to MCTegute betweeh Morgan and company and the Bon- Widow Is Slain tlonal commit tee man In Connecti- shares Edgar Ricfcard. down for 400 eruires. Kickard waA administrative assist- ant to Herbert Hoover In several war post-war includ- ing the Belgium relief commiwlo-n IXirlng the Hoover administration Rlckard waa a. frequent visitor at the White House. Two former under secretaries or Robert E. and Frank L. were listed for 500 sharer each. Charles D. Republican na- tional Now Mvas dctwn for Mrs S Parker wife of a Morgan who formerly agent general of the com ml eel was list- ed for 250 units. President Roosevelt's sun- bessador to was down for 250 shares. Henry former speaker was listed Seven Thousand Miners In Hocking And Crooksville Area Back On Job Thursday of New York for R B. EL at the time head of the National City A H. then head of the Chase Na- j tionai Whitney Identified tho list and coca offered it in evidence. Senator Va today m- j bright Electric company the persons who on the select- terrupted investigation to list. I before senators and a crowded com- mittee room letters threatening his life for his conduct during last week s hearings. Glass said he later would put thr letters and others received by condemning and applauding his atti- into the investigation record is the ex- claimed holding before the committee a fat folder of some of which hr said were vile for is the other he said lifting another fat folder con- tained the fan applauding him The third list or prominent per- who were permitted to securities through J. P. Morgan at bargain prices made public to- day. The third preferred list was in the stock of United a gnntlo public utilities holding com- pnny. In the United list were Norman William H- Woodin and othere who have figured in the previous ci- tation whlrh grouped favored buyers of Allegheny corporation and Stand- ard Brands stock. It revealed triat the preferred purchasers United Corporation paid per share for the stock. When the United were thrown on the market Jan. they traded In at 899 each. This made pc quick profit of per unit to any Of the- list who sold at that tune United Corporation preferred cloeed Monday at Tne common etocX Monday at 9 1-8. United Corporation Hat publics by P'erdinand after tactics In the Investigation had been up- held In a seafcion of the banking and currency committee. The session forced by Senator who com- plained that he had left in Ig- norance of the ebjectlves of the in- quiry. Gforgs H. president of United was the witness the wtek of the inquiry be pan. secretary of was on the list for 1T000 Wil- liam O-. McAdoo. now United States from was listed for 25O John J. at that time chairman of the Democratic na- tional was down lor shares. Others on the list Include General Jonn J- Pershing and Charles A. LJnd- both en a previous and J. Henry Republican na- Spend For Sound Installation At Qnimby Theater New equipment Identical that In at new theater in Radio OM May sand coal mlnrn in the southern Ohio will return to work their strike officially ended That announcement was made here at noon today alter a conference at- tended by Governor Adjutant General Frank D. Henderson and rep- resentatives of the miners and opera- tors. The three affected were the Pomerojr and Crookji- vllle fields. attending the con- ference here hopeful that eventu- ally 15.0OO will be employed. Miners and have agreed to accept the findings of a board which TV ill announce ft scale June 15. The miners will draw their first pay on June for the first 15 days of June. It will be based on the findings The board will consist of three one to be appointed by President JEtoosevt one by Governor White- arxl the third to be selected by ttoe first two. The third member ill not a resident of Ohio. The board is to arbitrate the ques- tion of a y wage to be paid until federal legislation is pasied or a atate-wido Js established. In the event of neither within 6O the or the operators may titlon the other for a ac- cording to the truce announced to- day. The original called to been spasmodic since. A tem- porary truco was put into effect year when Governor 10- polnt plan accepted. That Relief Need Less But Salary Budget Raised Four-Fold Revised Sales Tax to House Committee O May revision of Governor White's retail tax bill was submitted toda-j to the house taxation committee- by Representative William M. Goodwin. Butler county. The committee will meet after this session of the legislature. about 4 It wma the announced intention of Representative chairman or the to get a final vote from the committee todiy on the administration's taxation program. the smlea tax. He ed favorable action. revised tales tax tKll 1s to compel retailers to the tax cm to the by making t punishable by Tor any dealer to or repre- sent that will In any way the New will installed Thursday at the Quimby theater. The change Is In accordance with improvement plana of the Zaneamllr inc it waa today. ThTe will no matiner at tho theater Thursday as a result The work of installing RCA-Vlctor company's latest ftound equipment will begin at the conclu- sion of thA ahow tonight and will completed for the opening of the theater at o'clock Tbursdny eve- ning. fidelity the latest important development in the field of aound-on-film is declared to the moat algnlflcazit In the motion picture industry since talking picture's- Original aound faithfully recorded and accurately reproduced by the now which is thp most modrrn reproducing apparatus on the Brlf la sought on a warrant for the murder of his wealthy widowed Mn. Grace Mrg. MacDotiald waa found slain her Mich. hOCDB a-t mancet. Studio of the reproducing equipment this far-reactilruc Uir labor of years and of millions hem at last the long-sought goal hM negtXia-trd. Ortiilnftl sound recorded and reproduced with thfs highest fidelity attain- ed. Never before haa the human voice- been recorded and reproduced so clearly and distinctly. While the RCA-Victor fidel- installation for the Quimby la nurvey of thrarprs in larger cities harimc this latr rqulpment the eipendlture of It is of the improved tonal qualty in the pre- sentation of talking and the increased enjoyment of while watching and listening to them. opening through the new equipment will the comedy of and Hardy. DcTll'a with muRical comedy and Thelmiv heading aupporiing i Are You Fixing Up Monroe and Linden Avenue Districts Show -36 Jobs. 22 of Which Involve Paint- Maybe Your District Is File Damage Action Against Owners Of Alleged Man Trap May administratrix of the pRtale of Harold instituted a damago action in court of common pleas Thursday Robert and The coftt of administering city wel- fare department funds will be ad- vanced Thursday to 66 a month or a when Several new hivejrtig-ntoTs and office employes take up thrir duties. Thia expense is four times the rnt cost of operating the whereas welfare rtourds show tho need la leas. It la pointed that a larger staff of paid is re- quired lii order to make this city eli- gible for Reconstruction Finance Cor- poration PMnds. John A. city welfare di- takes a secondary position. far as pay is to Herman Rahn of who win receive 1166 6fl tnonthlj as relief director. Michtel will continue- to niB aalary. The averftfft monthly expenditure for groceries and to aid the unemployed is In view of the fact that an Improvement In con- ditions has been many per- Including members of the welfare advisory have tak en occasion to crltirtzr additional ex penscs at present. The clly side of the question another ocfiMd- however. It U pointed out by Mayor NoweH rxtra monpy must. apent here Irx order to make a the- gcryrnrnent funds State relief There O owners of a cottago in MadiPon near claiming tjiat Farsona was a victim of a man-trap placed in the cottage. The petition states that In company Ttrith ixibcrt were in the vicinity of tht unoccupied Brown-Scott cottage on April and disagreemMt over whether the city repay new in addition to Michael and book- that in attempting to oottago for the purpoofs of in- specting a turned on the kitchen setting off a gun which placed near the entrance Tho full force at the -strucX Farsons and he died almost It in thp petition thAt the- knowingly and reck- lessly man- trap the door arid fcr thia purported negli- gence tho plaintiff to recover the amount prayed Tor In tho peti- tion. and Graham are coun- for the plaintiff. Marshal of Village Killed in Struggle iplT. 0-. May Schroth of RJpley f on the streets of this Tillage Ute nrgro as he Frank to river of a George Boston. 30. the lUfro in Jail at Georgetown. county today while up- on the decision of a coroner's in- The nuagc officer Mopped to Inquire -arhy he carrying the Isrun. Boston declined to it s the fTiin from Bostbfa and struck him h it. Jn th- one Tmrrol BY A. thr Monroe off acllrity thr pirtt of pro- itsSdentw who xre of ibc low cart of yu this period. paint of under of mcd Summit arwi orii Whirling one hrjmse ww be- ing pnJnUtl aind the roof repaired. aziother was reflnlshed. on street d cfow or at while On Haznlicc Job under and on palat houses new Schroth 3n the of 11 chil- Jelke Divorce Is Under Advisement R. I- May court y took under AdTlswmrst tlic nal crow suit of F. zlcr Jtike. 53. York axid keeper. Mlv J a MlM Dorothy Amrinr Ralph Gobel. Cecil Bflgar Miller. J. Gordon Mm Eleacor Ger- trude Humpbrer and Joweph. W. Rich- each. Pomerene Opposed to Repudiating Gold Debt Thieves Raid Lawns To Steal Globes and Flowers Cleveland. May formerly chairman of the Reconstruc- tion Finance today ex- himsclf as opposed to the ad- ministration's proposal to repudiate thcs government's promise to redeem bonds in gold payments. want ercrytme who makes a bar- gain to stanrl by said former U. 8. senator. rule applies to goTernment M well to in- th- government borrows from Its people it oujfht to carry out agreement. If Ita boncJs to paid In gold of a certain TreJirht and no olher dollar will sEilefr Roosevelt in Favor of Helping Cities Vay which permit to thrlr Tlnandal thruufh with their to- day support from told oon- that can helped by In bankruptcy laws. change would permit. to go to district oouru and ob- to last niirht raided lawnj and stole of pottery and according to a report at police Wed- nesday morning. The aljo regarded as who other flowers during night. Two large decorative poU of cm were stolen from the front of the Mangold funeral on Putnam avenue City nreman Jack Kacfcley told officers this morning- that two beautiful wn night from thw yartl of his home at Seventh ami Marietta atrtets. Jofin Pumam poriKl to Headquarters that a large expensive and pedertal _ atoJen from his front lawn. He that it was tnt second such. theft tn the past few Treefca. Carl Pine and Flng re- ported that xmall ooya dunnif the piwt several nights have been pulllnf up her flonters. Woodin Not Going- to Resign Soon Washington. May speculation ovnr tho of Secre- tary of Treasury Wood in In Official life a crop of n'--w reporU in senatorial circles one that he will be appointed am- bassador to Germany within a few we-ks. Thrr- nothing official to pOrt the report. Woodin has made clear that he not going to resign at the prfaent an a of that bmdt In 192fl he was araony whom J. P. Morgan CO. permitted to buy stocks at than ciark-t Hcrxevcr. ho infcrmetf President that IF ready to out oT the cabinet If the president feels the wiil affect prublic in the ad- ministration. Fingerprints On Unt May Lead to Arrests q_ May 31 an urn containing -of a S.WS. ccl Ihmt Z7.nJeor U. th -re Open ty. Rutes fin Traiwporlinif of Basketball Team BrtcX'T Al today of vrs that ICT i molor the by n oT Cf ownod and may school J and On. OkmrnurA. cT Kwjintamp of it. today. re- 'Jurt I Ocraaa rrc wrrc 22 strwl W. Cndrrwcod oT Superior who Jmr th- could to In th out thai mtxl ihai U th teethode oT gorr- of casr wiUs off I c put In oc A i Underwood or of open In the ofllot at lawn cnncl-crr here. Albert ccrocicrr sale hejd brcn bZc-ara open with aad that Si9 htd brrn wUrn be to wwk. Herbert police prlnt the end Itfl no prlats on that ora the Ihr mCicic of irr On Vonroe A number of bcdcrw be- h-r sstam In awning are Ncrth near nnc pccdh u get- rccrrrjt paint if TJit 31. A cffi Also paint AncAher wcent P. with In to Recovery Bill j of ho March A Jn TVmulc's la- tor FrVrJc. the ran on nrmr brine T two1 screens On built A On btrn ff at 75 and the of TDOTJtfT Apprryjcl- Jfaw thac to XAe S- naloe- of wcrjld pr- rr cw-struciton i en- VJn3 -public not pro'b- grants wcmJd Hcmriest in Two Years Hope For Restriction of Wheat Mar 3 of Jour Tor re- erf todar Ha- May now is at abore 40 per oT cnpKltT. Iron at prr Tor nxnth 3n for nanr cotnptataaC Fair nsrc irj called for a 38-Cent-a-ton basic for and biUc wage for day laborers. Attending the conference- Wednesday with Jthe governor and General Henderson were Page C. MorriR. Manhattan Oral C. Sunday Creek Coal and Fred Essex Coal repre- senting the and Percy provisional president of United Mine John Cambiidge. of the tional Mine and Herman. THIe- Millfield. chairman of the Hock- ing valley scale committee. am very happy over the agree- ment reached by Ihe operators and which meann restoration of Industi ial peace in southern Ohio Governor White said. After the the and the conferees joined in a telegram to President telling hun of the affrepment and 3 urging him to appoint his member of the board ol arbitration sooti poasible. Thn oonferencte here followed OOe at NelsonvillB Tuesday at whioh. tentoitive agreement included full recognition by the- of United Mine Workers of and pwinxrlple of bargain- according to Elmer member of the Hodcing ralley committee. The agreement of repre- sentatlvcs to full recognition of miners' is by Unloti reprrsentatlveo an the important condition of the agreemrnt The uncertainty of conditions in southern Ohio has lost for In these millluna of ol lake coal which liavs gone to West Virglnii it was said. Therw Is yet hope of obtaining ponion of the ooai many 9. t H UHRRRCHIVED   

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