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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1934, Zanesville, Ohio                               ZANESVILLE No. CENTS Lox Charges Workmen's Fund Looted Urges Thorough Investi- gation In Letter to Governor O Jan state's machinery for cctwpensatlng injured and dependants of workers aie is In danger of col- Jnmts M formal Demo- governor of nour a Day- ton had written today to White The Dayton also once a candidate or piesldcnt of the United States. decJaied that he has no mo- tue lor h-is public letter other than genuine Interest in the s compensation pointing out that he V.EUS an active sponsoi of the m the beginning. Cox believes he indicated that the samb influences which he bays tried to the law early in its exist- tnce and turn tile mjuied the deptndents of those who IHLS over to the insurance arL at again He asked Governor White to pio- iide for a 'most complete Investiga- tion made up of honest and jntel- Mgent i eprebt-ntatives of labor and capital He tuggfcbted Uiat the investiga- s report any law violation they might find and make recommenda- tions as to how the law should be cnanged to better protect the com- pensation fund those who are dependant upon it. There is m a special senate htaded by Sen Marvin D Dem frji the purpose of investigating the cjompt.nba.tlon law Senator Haa-rison author of the resolution prcnidmg for the com- mittee Other members are Senators Paul Yodcr of and Btrnaj-d Donovan of and Ca-1 D. Sheppard of Hand ley of Cincinnati and Jonn A Llov.d of Republicans The committee has only had an or- ganization meeting thus far. It ex- expected to its investigation tnis it u as understood A committee of the of the 89th general assembly investigated. the deparonent of industrial rela- tions and Ohio industrial commission A3 a result se'v eral new rules for the conduct of the aim- ed to prevent chasing bv attorneys and regulating the fees chETged were adopted Tho compensation fund has been robbed of millions by employers not maXIig truthful payroll Cox In his letter to the gov- ernor Three persons were indicted yes- terday in two former em- ployes of the industrial and an on cnorges of de Irauding the state compensation lund by failing to correctly report upon whicn premiums are based Loose administration was charged oy the former governor He said In- .igation has revealed that certain ployes e twen represented as 'njured as many as 17 a year and receiving as many as 100 treat- ments by a physician In numberless Cox wrote to the gorernor many as 10 In- juries per year have been recorded In 700 cases a total of S5OOO was paid in fees to doctors while the fund In those cases received only in premiums need only to make inquiry 1 tho industrial commission to flnfl that these shocking things are but an index to what has been going he Tirrote to Governor White. Judge's Son Wins Wrigley Heiress City to 'Bear Down' on Law To Protect Liquor Revenue 5 Warehouses to Distribute State Liquor Muskingum Starts With One Liquor Store In Zanesville Husband Held Their friendo surprised but Mr nnd Mrs Denii Emons Sullivan Jr shown here honeymooning on a Honolulu-bound weren t They d been plannng their marriage for some time The bride was Betty OTIield granddaughter of the late William gum magnate Sullivan is the of a Chicago Judge Drive to Restore Veterans Benefits Before Committee Japan Certain to Become Factor in Navy Building Plan Jan 2o senate Washington Jan 25 of drhe for restoration of veterans bene-1 the United Sates- Jarjan were fits before an appropriations' to the today after pas- sub-committee today with the house of the naval ap- Reed Pa urging adoption of rropriation bill wiich paved the his measure four- lor the greatest peace time naval con- point program of the American Le- struct Ion program in American nU- glon T torv Edward A Hajec national com-j This carrying an appropriation mender of the Leglcc appeared to ask of provides fur bringing concurrence in Reed s measure the United States navy to lull treaty denying political re-i to serve a spring boaid called to the sub-committee his par- nr negotiations which win take icipatlon in enactment of the World' War Veterans act ol Reed es- timated the cost of his program at much than S4O OOO 000 He that two of the four Ijegion demands have rjecn recognized by President ace ha 1935 when the next navai mitation conference is called to discuss revision of the Washington -lavEj treaty of 1922 The Vinson providing for con- struct1 en of 101 additional snips be- Roosevelt in executive j tween and which was to were for restoration of allow-i riave Lackcd on to the approp- ance for living veterans totally mt on bill as a was not as a result of war senice. and tro.ight but Rep Vinson. cnair- Amer- for hoapltallzatlon of unable1 to pay for medical treatment Trie other two points in lean Letfon program call for shift- Ing of the burden of proof In ability cases to the government in- stead of maJcing veteraxLs produce evidence that injuries were connect- ed with war sen ice and the payment of a 615 pension to the widows of veterans Hayes explained of the house naval affairs com- ed notice that he will Lring the measure up later It was uraerstocd. to administration support The explosive situation In the Par East and Japan's desire tor larger navy than tne 5-5-3 ratio provided in the Washington were im- portant factors behind tbe huge con- struction program American naval officials oppose any increase in Japanese naval strength and in American naval war Tetenms act He added that the construction la generally considered present program was designed to ellm-j to this country a of near-treatv by the that the did not want a revival of any of the abuses which developed under the inate benefits to veterans -who enl.st- ed after the was who had obtained benefits through fraud cr mKreprestntatians. and in cases whero the government can show that unjust claims are being O Jan 25 todav indicated he was familiar with a situation described to him In a letter written to him by former Governor James M IXyton pub- concerning the state worluneJ compensation fund The former governor charged that the fund has been robbed of a- mil- lion dollars by employers making un- truthful payroll returns and not meeting their premium Governor pointed to an In- vestigation started about three months tgo in Cuyanoga county by the in- dustrial wriicii resulted In indictment ol three state employe and an- other an on tbe cliwge that they conspired to render pay- roll statements to require lower pay- ment of premiums. Governor White told members oC tho and A. Bd- dlractor oC dtepertment of industrial at the time the investigation started to spare none found to bare vlolited the be aald. 1 told them Governor White indict and punish any per- regardless of pollUcs. round to vlolaUng The comnilsBion and IXrector 1W- czpcctcd to extend their to other where Jt been rumored none sort taken accord- to tbe coveroor. Discontinue Publishing of Caidwell Newspaper o Jan. Tears of publishing hUtory called here irith pubJiratUm of the papers sutocripUon list WM br the Resmbllcan Jowr- founded tfcc later seJllrig It to A Jennings. Uaea faanded JeSTenonSan which famUy otf tbe lale Verdict is Upheld Jan The time the treaty expires This would place the UUnited in a. favor- bargaining position for the forthcoming conference It would place the United States in position to compete in any naval building race which might ensue If the Wash- ington treaty ia acrapped and a gen- eral naval race supreme court late vesteraav relusea A nrfcool to review the Athens countv appear ULTeCiefl court reversal of the manslaughter verdict against Fred Moore in the fatal shooting of his father-in law Opha Storer Fred Moore had been charged murder he shot hia father-in- law after the latter had rmrlcxl a rock at him An argument between the two on Moore s farm in coun- ty bad been climaxed by the rock- throwing and shooting episode During the trial in the common pleas the Judge left the court- room during the final arguments of the prosecuting and defense attorneys to draw up his charges It was De cember 23. and everyone anxious to be through for Christmas The Jury returned a icrdlct of manslaughter against Moore The ap- peals court ruled tbere had been er- ror when the judge left the courtroom during the trial. The supreme court yesterday upheld the reversal when it denied a motion brought by the state for leave to file a petition In error to the Athens county court of ap- peaU Verdict of Acquittal Columbus O Jan 25 County Prosecutor ixinald J Roafcins said to- day that he will carry an appeal to trie Ohio supreme court from the di reeled verdict of acquittal ordered yesterday by Judge Dana T Reynolds In the of State Senator William H- Kenner of Huron county. Any action of the KUpreme court will have no elfect upon Senator Herner since his constitutional rights would prevent him from being placed In Jeopardy twice on the same charge The appeal Trill be prosecuted solelv for the purpose of obtaining an au- thoritative ruling en certain questions of law raised in tbe case. Fix CWA Work Week In Populous Counties O- Jan The Ohio rellcT commission today listed twelve of the most populous counties In the state as and as a result .of the class in cation au- thorized local authorities to give all CWA laborers 24 bours work per wrck. The counties classified as arc Cur-hoga. L.Ticac Montgomery. up. Sum- mit. -Siarfc. Clark. Marton. Lorain and BuUcr. All otfcer coumiea in which Civil Works machinery has bom act tap will be designated as coun- IGS CWA employes oT normal ccuutles who reside In tics having a population of or mocie will be to work 24 hours each wtcSc on CWA whUe those la sroaUcr towns to only 35 'to moaWi la Jo coun- wzs lyy ttc com- for Federal Approval For Maysvillc Pike Project National highway recorery pro- jects in nine Ohio counties have been approved by the tT 8 Bureau of Pub- lic Roads. State Highway irector O W Merrell announced at The amount of the fe deral funds to be expanded on these which involve improvemnt and con- sructlon Od 10-239 miles of Is estimated to Contracts lor will probably awarded Feb. 9. The approved projects Muskingum U 5 22. recon- struct old Maysville conorete and brick pavement from south corp to line of north oorp also from west line of South southwesterly approz. 1.176 southwesterly of South miles- Auditors to Recommend Lef islmtion Jan. 25. The tax nan before It today the requests of a dtiegattoa Ure County Auditors' of the state to rvcotn- mrrxl enxctznczit of legislation which pnrrkJc fot payment of jtpcdal asaoMaagii for county and township nigh- ways out off Smaoaiae tax dclcpitJoa county coaa- Earl H Ttoocnwv. Marton cocaty. Hmry A. Monisocwry county. juad Simmalt CXTanty Corona Isstoaer W T thai of Is to pmrtlculErty aznoog Use farm' Golfers Not Exer pt From Tax Payment Jan. or Jets cJiarpfd 023 goir coiirswa br park SQlaXct to an mdrnUwVra tax -EcsOfT a ittatutc enacted by the present general tff. Brtdwar nalexa today axj opinion to in- and suprrnsloa of pubCKr Ttar taipow-d nre per cent tax on mrmbrrrtilp dues aod 20 cent oa greets Iocs UctrcpoUtaa not in orcsnptirac Trotn An Acre For Reservoir Locations Rolinf On Home Owners Bonds Jan. Owa- adrViefixnt by ohto banlnsra mir sxA llia- Three More Dead Jan Thrrt todar ss which for Ibe VTX7 tO 17. TVo rf VlcUtttS men who struck by Tbe oMiw was a by an tn Itoc street etf corporation ducted Tor prorrtog any Two Women Killed JAJJ 25 bcUh stotrr. For Ohio Relief for HOLC atttyrocy ffwjrml to ttits pragnattL O Jan liquor board today definitely decided to handle its liquor stocks for the state stares through IHe dia- Lncts centered in Cincin- ColuminiA and Steuben- dlstrlcta will include irom 15 to 25 and stores will receive stocks Irom the district warehouse The teasel certify a list of ap- proved warehouses in the five centers and the firms from which tbe liquor in tought by the state will be allow- ed to select the particular warehouse in the district center to which .they ship their products for storage Shipping from the warehouse to the stores be handled by private trucking under contract Permit fees nad mounted today to 906 There have been 3718 per mit kpplicationa 579 applica- tions aproned and far 135 appli cations have been rejected Ihe board decided to start out with 18 stores in seven of the largest m addition to at least one in every county when the state stores open for business on March 15 This set up includes five stores in Cleve- three in and two each In Toledo Columbus and Davton Additional stores will be establish ed in the metropolitan centers ac rapidly thereafter as possible List of municipalities in which other stores will be in various was tentatively approved bv the board as follo-we West Ath- ens. Martina Hamilton and Middletorwn Clin- ton Washington Columbia E ton Lan- Washington C Pulton. Cam- Hamilton Cincinnati Norwood to Cad- Hllls- MU- lersburg Jacfcaon Stnz- Torontor Mt. Newark- MoConnelsvllle. Vorrow Mt. Clin- Perry. New Plckaway. Pike. Portage. Ross. Ports- Sidney. can- Maseillon and Alliance Akron Cuyahoga Trumbull. Hubbsrd Tuacara- was. New MarysvJLUc. Warren. Lebanon Wood. Bowling Upper Sandusky Four Questioned In Kentucky Ky Jan today questioned four white men in connection with last night's lynching of Rex 2O. wiio was in- formally ex-cuted for fatally wound- ing a white Scott was lynched wnlle his alleg- ed victim. Aler still wai fighting for life in tbe local hocpltal Johnson died of s fractured two hours after Scott's body waa cut down The negro strung up to a tree on the edge of a cemetery about 15 miles from here. The mob of 300 white some of whom were took him Trcxn the local jaJL While hU body dangled. shots were fired Into It. Officers arrested four white men for questioning in connection with the lynching Authorities lUted their names Lee Gibeorj. Jim Col- lins. Andy Workman and T all miners Honor Maintained In French Duel Paris. Jan. dawn in the grey stadium of the Pac Des Princes ttie first duel growing out of parliamentary insults Ing debate on the Staviskr banking scandal was fought to a draw Nobody wan not even by- stander or seconds. The Deputy Andre Hesac. a maim of tbe law and former minis- and the Lawyer-Journalist Joseph Betaeix met with primed pistols and were placed an ample distance apart. Each fired lour Where the shots went nobodv knew and nobody seemed to care. Afterwards the prin- cipals refused to become reconciled. allhoURh. the borjor of each had nobly BeflDeJx vas accused br of s derogatory arvspApcr article abont A weird atory of how he found Mrs Rose Koontz a suicida from thtn left home on a drunxen bout and returned in 10 days to find her body still seated in a chair was told police by Cloyd V Koontz. 46-yeur-old N after bis dnzied wanderings In Ohio He V held on A charge of homicide under the technical count of aiding his wife to take her life by falling to notify authorities Tax Refunds Show Marked Shrinkage During Past Year Jan. 25 marked shrinkage in the number of alze of relunda by federal bureau of in- ternal revenuft during the fiscal year ending June for overpay- ment of vas noted today in a report on refunds to the Joint com- of Internal revenue taxation. Onlv four corporations and one estate gained refunds of more than the report showed Motors subsidiary of General received IS and the estate of John I. Beggs wax granted Northern Pacific railroad received Aratlcan and JUeather company. and. In- Hollywood on list includes Rupert Irving director and husband of Norma Louis B of and Dorothy Mackall. actress Earle noted Jockey. Toey Slgmund composer and Donald Ogdeu Stewart were represented Martin J. Insull. former utilities om'rier now under indictment in cago on embesszJemerjt was granted 15 Ohio refunds included- Income tax unless noted Cham- plon CoaWi Paper Dayton Engineering oratories Co. 418 67C.G7. Day- ton-Wright Airplane Co. now- Davton Securities Dayton Air- plane Kroger Grocery and Baking Co Cincinnati. Ohmer Fare Register Co Ohio Oil CHilo Steel Foundry Co TJma. 701 014 72 Glove Committee Agrees On Public School Needs _ O Jan. 25 in agreement on the legislation to be recommended to meet tbe financial needs of political sub-divisions and tbe public for the spe- cial taxation committee will attempt today to complete Its work and recom- mend a program of taxation legisla- tion for 19M Despite a wide diversity of opinion in tbe committee. It boped by the members that they would be able to reacb an agreement and complete their seaelotLs Thursday afternoon Their tentative agreement on legisla- tion to be suggested to meet 1934 reacbed as a session last- ing until Dearly midnight Wednes- day. In a movement to postpone beginning of tbe tax- ation for a gained strength. Governor White is sched- uled to confer sometime today with Senator larl R. Lewis. St CialroriJ Republican leader ol tbe and Rep. Jamem A. Re- publican leader of tbe to ascertain their views on the post- ponement proposal The Democratic majority leaders are willing to agree to the delay they hare indicates to the Hi there no objection from tbe min- ority Republican Expect Early Decision In Holliday Hearing A decision was expected from tbe appeals court at Canton In tfce petition of WlHlam P HoUkUy. necking to problitit 34arot WUllam P. WetheraM from corxIncUag a hearing cm cbJirgTS to secure oacter rroon city csva serrtce at Canton tbe ooort dedsVna In case Jtidgcts bearing thr arguments off opposing courmel Wrdnesdav were C C Uiis dty. Cljde C At Caaton Tor were John BftxseU. T- Powrr aad Jcfext W reprarcnucg mad R B. Oraiuon and CUT B K. wbo appeared lor Tbe mayor MI well as Barry fotnn. who rUriJ oTUOrwU charge on ma3- mt. as was the dtll Tt coaiflais- CWA Relief May Keep On After May 1 _ Admin i s t r a t i o n Plans Other Means to Em-g ploy Workers Jan 25 Continued employment beyond May 1 Tor most of the OOO CTWA workers who went on the payroll l appeared today to be the likely outcome of dispute over con- tinuance or that emergency program Public seasonal employment and a revival or are counted on to provide Jobs alter May 1 Tor more than 2 OOO 000 on the present CWA roll But an adminis- tration compromise seemed to be in making to shift to some other gov- ernment payroll the luck ones who do not lind one of the new Jobs CWA was created November 8 to compensate for aelay in providing work on public works projects Through the CUil Wortta Adminis- tration' there hua been a constant flow of ready money to all of the country Opposition to sudden dlsemployment of the 4 OOO OOO cur- rent workers is tremendous The CWA began with an allotment of of public worka funds to Harry Hopkins federal emergency relief administrator. Another Is to be spent On Novem- ber 15 Hopkins met here with a group of most of them mayors or other local public officials Is a Hopkins told the assembled to do cer- tain things for certain types ol peo- I had a tough break during the depression It Is unthlnkabi ethat anybody would use any part of thU for any political purpose It Is unthinkable that anybody would use thia money lor private or personal profit or gain I have great confidence in the public officials of because that la really to whom we talking Hopkins has been somewhat disap- pointed In the matter of political use of CWA runds and their use lor pri- vate gain But more than persons did get Jobs. CWA records show that the peak load of employ- ment was Taking 4.0W.OOO as the it Is costing the gov- ernment approximately 91OQ to carry emch CWA worker through the winter Many of them families On the barta of the latest available treasury the cost per man -up to January was about a week. Some of this charge expenditure for material. Hopklna himself fixed a week as the aver- age maximum wage and It was only In the past few days that be learned the average Was The additional outlay per worker was explained by the that proportionately more skilled than had been expect- ed were glad of ths opportunity to Accused of Fraud work for President evidently will insist that the CWA organization be abandoned May 1 on schedule HU budget for the next year does not provide for CWA although he has decided to project into expendi- ture Tor the civilian conservation But so intimately are the rellel administration and CWA related that It Is expected tfte workers will be cared Tor after tbe May deadline OOO ransom and Edward O. Bremer. a friend oC tTeafdent Demand Delay Before Release of Bremer St Jan. 25 three-day per- iod ol delay between the payment of the reJMM of _ 3f. kidnaped wax reported as demand of his abductors in a note delivered to tbe victim's Adolph Bre- a velt. The demand was the subject of uneasy conjecture on the part of po- lice InveAtlgators who called any such procedure as .The report of tbe demand recalled that bloodstains werv found ill the zutotnobUe from which Bretner was kidnaped a week ago yeaterday. Po lice were aware that such a demand might follow an unexpected accident in which Bremer sustained Injury. The unprecedented maasing of fed- eral department of justice sgenU in the Twin Cities also was seen ac a factor in causing such a desiand for delay. Releoae of Bremer under such a plan might occur hundreds of from St. Paul. Cleared of Charges In Bed Room Murder 1 run ton. Jan. county's aenMUooal Ifan Pmttervon Moreland came to a close today with Jobn former prosecutor cleared of all charges linking him with her bed-room nrurder. Tbe county grand rary refused to return an Indictment against Porter. PreTiousJy had been accused off murder on first degree wbow kill ed a f rtrod and himself murder- ed early Ust was found shot to death in the locked bed-room of her flat last Oct. 3ft. Potter was found In the puxx room with m bullet wound in aa at inquest that Porter had been drinking a few ixyurs before tbe ruing of charges against htm. Porter reaftgiaed from office and al his own npCfQest. was Tram pntcttetng Uw. Kentucky Legislature Condemns Lynching S3 Ken- its a negro rocky today ol lynching of at aSgtrV A rvaoilvUoa ofTered by Utr Decftg ooa deaimlng the fyactifhfr and declaring Tor law enTorccnjdJV tbe boose sjdojpteid Allrecl M Lnyton was being held in D C on a charge o-f using the mails to de- federal detectives were investi- gating what became of the money nc reported to have solicited from prominent persona to purchase a bust of General Perthing a gift to the nation According to collected at least OOO In sub- scriptions Tor the hurt which was to Moses the sculp- was killed a New York sub- way train last March. Leaders Confident Of Favorable Vote For Monetary Bill Jan vote on the Roosevelt monetary bili late today or by tomorrow at the latest was the ob- jective of administration leaders the senate began the second day of dehate on thla momentous measure. Passage of the bill was conceded The only controversy was over lim- itations which the more conservative element believes should De Incorp- orated. Majority Robinson was con fident tnat the bill would be ap- proved in a form acceptable to Presl dent Roosevelt He said be bad ennugn tntes to de- feat a 'proposal for establishment of a board of five members to supervise operations7 OOO Iratlon fund The administration wants thU control vested in the sec- retary of treasury. It feels that a board would confuse the fund's opera tlons and make them ineffective The administration M willing to ac crpt two amendments which place t three-year limitation on the fund and on the period In which the president may devaluate the dollar. Robinson said be believed a silver which Senator proposed to would be defeated This amendment would authorize the treasury purchase a maximum of ounces of above present market until the trans- actions bring auver to a ratio of 16 to 1 with gold. Wheeler has been attempting to ob- taJn support for this amendment among those who would like to see an expansion of tbe wMch is not specifically provided for In the monetary bill He that tbe once in possession of the treas- bfc. used as backing for Issuance of certificates redeemable in silver. Senator Hastings or Deli chairman of tbe Republican senator- ial campaign announced plans to at length on the money bill. His associates said the speech probatoly would take about two hours. Senator BeecV also In- tended to discuss the bill. With Heed facing a hard campaign for re-election and Hastings In search of Issues for the autumn these discussions were looked upon as somewhat political In character There appeared to be little disposi- tion to attempt to scuttle the bill. White Warns Against Soliciting of Funds Jan. White today warned persons would benefit by proposed cancella- Uon of outstanding asseMoaent for road against organiza- tions collecting money under the gulae of aiding tne pwsage of soch legislation. The- governor has stated that they probably vromkl sponsor legislation designed to cancel unpaid road sessznents. Is unnecessary for anyone to contribute to a found to compec or other advocates of thisj the governor said Aepresentatlre Frank Grubby the governor that an organization known the As- has twxt soliciting lunds Zixjui lannera. Miners Propose to Discuss Higher Wages tndlanapolte. IndU Jan cusiluj i of higher wages azxS hoars- dae to earn a of the unnultoous atloos of be lojrctvd into TJnSted Mtoe thst UK topic would be form made when Jobs csUled of tbe scale coounitfev f or Communities 1 Out of Line May Lose Tax Rigid Law Necessary to Share In Benefits A war on te promised for Zanesville as the new state control law becomes elfectiTe. pledge was contained today in sta ments by Charles J BBTro and Chid ol Police 3. Kimberly eTfort will he made to enfoxcsTi the state liquor and any liquor without a o penser of 'home will b Ject to arreat and heayy it Word that action came following news Irom revealing that proposed Mosler arrjendment to state liquor control lam seeks to withhold distribution of permit money to localities wnere no effort made to tbe law. It is to the city's public fi nancial interests to clean up an legalities at and the Booner t drive can start the more will it evident to the that Zaxltftvi U taking a decisive position in matter In beginning the campaign liquor violations under the Jiew Zauesvllle will be up lor even start with several other Cities of the Introduction the amendment tt Columbus was. said to have resulted Irom tbe attitude rt thA Cleveland adminlstratioa la ing to round up vioiatotX Safety Director Bazron salcX that no leniency will be shown speakeasy operators or other Police are being ordered to round up any peraoDi guilty of such he said Chief of KUnberly said furth- er that his department will make a. special effort to bring violators to Justice As to tbe extent of In Zannrrille and Muskiugum. tbera was no altbougn reported that many speakeasy oj tors arc out of budttras with. sales. Court Upholds Extra Cradle Phone Cost Jan. phone using type tclepbohe wiU have pay 25 otnts s uis of that typtf of telejphone for three from the date of v Ohio court ruled tn ssTsctf Wednesday In affirming der of the puWlo uUUUM sion. The cuprexiaa- court comznlsakin's as Of April 21. and applying to both tbe Ohio Bell Telephone and Ctfc- cinnaU Buburtian Telepixiae paniea. court said the order and and the petition of W. lor- mer cfty attorney of Clerrland. Jo isf open tht case. Pay Increase Giren to Rubber Akron. Jan. pay for 13000 Ooodjear Ttrs- ind Rubber company workers effec- tive Ttbruary 1 irere annouocrd today by officials of the oompajry. pay boosts affects snjtktfa In ttM and engineering An additional 300O employw In mechanical rim plant aod rs- Kalmlng department will their working week stepped up from M 4O hours a week with a sligM ftdJustmenU In pay ratva. Ttailowing announotment bf OoOd- other oompanJrs fell rapidly sa Flnsstooe Tire and BUbtoer compaxy announced a lO.per cent General Tin and Rubber oampany did likewise and tbe Ooodrtch Tin and Rubber company tt would meet any raise annottnced fcf Tbm raisea affect than worktra. Drink by Bottle On Sale by Druggists Akron. Jan. can sjow buy a drink by tbe bottle tn Akron. novelty in the form of botUvs of blended whisky MM gin. being offered for toy drjg- added a new compUcattoo to UM already oomptex Uqoor Mtaatioti. The miniature bottles retail at 25 to Jo cents. They have all the so and embellishments of their btgger the plcto s of the small sj an a challenge to ttoo from the drlnk-by-tfce-glass sal- Ing traces and crabs. of Beer Before Court O- JSJCL Onto berr dKrlboitors can sell qtXA-at retmlt ____ Tbe ttrart tcday took loadw tbe caffe of tee Jcsepb IL acd Sena cnsipaiay. a agaiast ttx rtate beard of lart Uwclu- trmporsrr Tike union is expected Jo go oo rec- ord for In excess of the by Xattonal Re- nmge 5 day liqoor permits to bey act oowcry from V9.4Q in in Wyomfttg. Tbe atrrage pay arouad 9471 per day for day U- tor day for that was witbovt to bear cbargm against a srrnoe aad that charges. riled by wtsre insufficient to secure _____ of oa M Jin- la tbe ol a former coorKt. off charged wtth ten to be glwa cwcf to de- here earlier Uil9 bate on Use OTtrnmtXra Ocor 973S in money rxiicmted 2iwS T tbeir mi for Bocae distributors to to deal- beer penalli beer direct to kea from Bodges when AJcron poUce nmcwted btnj fitted msrto CD and doors In Uw of Use rrqulrt deflate sxrttoa of on Cokkr Tstr axd except MWW ponica T day increasing osi la sa portion IHM   

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