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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio                             m 1 11 Prints the THE ZANESVILLE TellttheTnrtfcl W VOL. LV, No. 248 FINAL EDITION ZANESVILLE, O., FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. FINAL EDITION PRICE: THREE CENTS DEMANDS U. S. WAR ON FOREIGN "PROPAGANDA" Iectu'e5Here FINAL HOPES" APPEAR However, Bruno Will Co to Chair Insisting He Is Innocent i Copyright 1935, by United PTP.VO N. J., Feb. Ricluird liauptrr.n.r.n has lost l iiupe ol escaping tiiu hriir but die he :s m- oct u t o 111 ur d e i" i n the I id r g h thn United. Pro iu'orjiiirci by a su'Ji'Ci'1 to the prls- AuUiuruii s i or a confes- si on lead to an a ulice ur :ic- cunipUcL'S alrt.'ady ,ire decreed to rlis- LJvL'i: his couu- M'l, Ed'iYp.m J. was unrier.st to have was condemned to death Wednesday uigLt, 10 "lei! rr.L1 ail." Hauptrr.ain: Insisted he t, that he would run i.hat h> had nothing to cunlesb. The prisoner's Ktohd tront, as display ud ai his well staged interview wiih reporters ne appealed. LO the public Tor funds to j cnrry his appeal, is merely j ThuMJ closest to him knov; li c o n ee a i s the rt f: c- po s t, of t e r r o r and the Ii out I u SAUL'S.! that, closed in up- on h 11 in i n rt v; h e :i the j u or c 13 n t mtn arid Tour a rendered iii, verdict. Xii u u L; h h i j u i v i L' i i j; i s o 1 v c E y o 'ar as Jersey is off id nil y con- cerned the kidnaping and mur- der ol" th'.- child, many in- vest tors and lUithnritU's be- lieved he '.vorkcd with, one ur more SCARCITY OF PWA PROJECTS HAMPERS BILL Senate Wants to Know How Relief Money Will Be Spent U. S. Trouble Ace Washington, JYb. tio- bilhon-dollar mystery developed tcxlay at, the Capitol. It was centered upon the New Deal Recovery appropriation. Senator" have Informed the FWA. in a nation-'A'ide survey, found only about M.POO.OW.GOO worth of work relief projects that could be started within a year or lii months. They want to kno-.v what President. proposes to do wth the other which would be appropriated in the measure now before the senate. That is the behind-the-scenes rea- son for the iriovement to have the bill sent back to tile senate appro- priation? committee for separation. PWA. Administrator Haroid Iciies, j with the work relief program in mind, sent to hl3 engi- neers and agenti throughout the country for reports on projects which could be started in the admiriisira- tion's effort to quit the "dole Confdent infc.rmation has come to the capital that the survey showed a total of in projects which had been surveyed, planned for anri estimated. Almost half of that -would br In ".secra.d prarte" projects, t hose on which engineer- ing work remained to be done j which, presumably, would be started 'Business Personality the ptrt the 18' months poricd. HOWAHD J. WIKEHAUP1- COUNSELLOR OF SALES TO TALK war cloud R rolling ;ip over Abysi-Liiift. ns iL-ly threatons the Ethi- opian Ur.iu'd Suites has crderccl Its chiff diplomatic "trouble to Addis Ababa. Abyssinian RS rnnsr.lr.r nr.d charge d'allairea. Ocorpe C. above, boon in Mcsn.r.v unci w-ris In Man- chiiriP- lor tho U- i-f- durir.K the 19311 er" to Conduct Interest- ing: Series A recapitulation of the work pro- gram which could ho undertaken, 1 thfr S4.OOO.OOO.000 Tund: Second Rmcle BLAMES ITALY AS AGGRESSOR Second Note from Ethiopia Causes Tense Situation in Europe GUST OF WIND MAY HAVE SENT MACONTODOOM Wile y Disputes Testi- mony But Does Not Give Opinion CCO; rail i equipment loans, tiit- death house tht- slate pi at Trrninn t otl a v or t o m o r r n v.'. be madt: :he re n: oval secret Iv. LO return indictments against several o' IlAiiptmami's witnesses, chargiug jierjury, Anthony Hauck, Jr., announctd. It may be several however, bo'orc this action is taken, tic said. Zanrsvilln business men, their em- ployes and the public of south patt- ern Ohio, will hn.ve an opp-ortuiiity work to'hear Hov.-aid J. Wise- CX'O.OCO; rural clectriflcatiori. 81CO.OCO.- niral construction, total, 'Hie movement for ha'ving the bill is led hy Pat Ale- Carran. D.. Nev.; Sen. Frederick Stel- H., Ore., Srn. Willip.m H. Klr Utah. and Sen. B. C. Clark, D., Mo. They proper that t h p n d d 1 ti onn SBBC.OOO.OOO proposed for direct relief be jeparatcd from thr [work relief appropriation. In r.clflitlcn. In cliv govern me-nt .s no key man was much like that or the first. Bc- Thrsc in rcre.it inp and in struct; TO talks are undt'r direction of the retail merchants division of the Chambor ot Commerce, in cratloii with The Znnesville Publish- ing Co., No fee is to be charged, but Ha-jptmar.n's attorneys made, aclir.lsslou will be by ticket only. for ills appeal to tils: court cf errors cally th March 1 o, by Just.'re Trenchaid. Mrs. Anna iKiiintmp.iin, hi f u 1 1' L- no. in X L- ,v Y or k C f c nr: n n f ri r r: rl s 'or t u n d s to c 3 rry Turn lo EiijliL 1 rom NEW INQUIRY OVER COMPENSATIONACT j Italian .h-m, or fat Afdub on Jan. 20, ores thu.t I'm: Italians of "provocative" nttnrk: B r that tlnir. Italy tciistly menu'i, official cirr-iLfi that San Francisco, Feb. IS. men who occupied that part of the U. S. dirigible Macou which first started to disintegrate were called before the naval bo-ord t? Inquiry to- day. From Lt. Al Danis. Washington. D. C., and others who In the btern of the airship as she drop- ped into t.ho sen Tuesday, the board sought to learn whether a etructural weakness or weather conditions caused the destruction of the largest Hghter-than-alr nricraft. It was in the stern thnt the "cas- ualty" referred t o tn tile SCX? mes- sages lent B.S the Mricon falling occurred. The nft of the ship had shud- dered from biott'. The Maron never recovered and within 25 minutes she was sinking in the Pacific off Point Sur. carrying two of her crew of 83 to death. Lt. Com. Kenworthy, second in cornr.iand, told the board he thought tlie blow was. caused by w-ind. "I felt a very heavy side gust on the starboard side and a ?.hock that came from inside the airship." Ken- wc-rthy, a resident of Coatesvlllc. Pa., taid. Ho said the had come tti-otiper winds than "the tru.st that caused th'; casualty." Ills option was challenged by Com. Herbert V. Wiley, commanding ctrlce- of the airship, who asked aT1 accident to the controls, entanglement of the fabric of the ship In the rudders not have produced the same serisAtlon as of wind. Kcnworthy admitted It was entnely possible. Wiley offered no direct explanation or the canse of the "casualty." He testified that in his opinion neither rain nor wind sent the Macon to her death. Admiral O. G. Murfln, chairman of the board, asked him whether he pcs- riny facts pertaining to the structure of the Macor., her handling, or circumstances of the flight which, might explain the crash. "I have r.o facts "nut I have an opinion." Wiley replied. M Murfln sftlct the committee would Fools Hollywood Claim Russia Guilty Of Harboring Groups After U. S. Overthrow Committee Also Cites Tons Nazi Propaganda Dumped in United States capital Ictoked forwarO to ROADSIDE COURT IS ON WAY OUT Newest of HoUywoocfa brides, Irene Bontiey, a'oovr, York soclcLy girl turned screen actress, is h on ny moon- ing with her husband. Rlchaj'd C. Hemmlnpwny, artor. in the Cali- fornia mountains at Thn pnlr Flipped cfjlc'ly io San Bernardino for thn cpreniony, then the mountain revert, all their friends nnpninij. THOMAS WILL CARRY FIGHT Davey About Face on Exemp- tion Move Indicates Com- mission Battle Columhus, O, Feb. nor D.ivey explained today he i Washington. Feb. tion to protect the United from rorclgn ''propaganda" and revolution- ary acti'.'ity was recommended, to con- greia tcxiay a hoiLse committee which. .TrxT.t more than year inves- tigating; activities. In Us unanimous rrport to the iiou.'-e. the comailttee headed by Itep. (D. Maaa.) charged In ef- fect that Soviet has violated lis pledge against harboring jfroxipe which advocate- the overthrow ol this It reported t hot tons ot Nazi prop- aganda have been smuggled Into this country, and complimented "twentT- udd-mllllon of German birth or descent" for resisting eSorta "to bring them Into the Nail pro- gram." These recommendations Tor legii- latioii were made: 1. That all publicity. or public relations agents of foreign political or foreign commercial firm! re- quired to register with secretary of state. 3. the secretary of atate be onipowered to shorten or end the In this country of a temporarily ad- mitted foreigner If he dlseemlnateK or engages In "polltlcjU" 3. That United Stmtet nego- tiate treaties with other for tleport-itlnn of undesirable aliens to their native lands. 4. Thai. It be made unlawful to advise soldiers, sailors OF reserves to dlmbcv their laws or j. That United States, attorneys be empowered to prosecute who refuse, to testify before congreMlonsl committees. 8. That It be made unlawful "to advocate changes In a manner that incites to the overthrow C.T dfstrue- force and violence, of trie reverf-ed his dcclalonn to the war- cf state. the United or tion ol the prison nnd recnrnrr.enciCfJ Warden P. E. Thomas' "When Mr. roturncrl to Co- lumbus, we discussed this question nf exemption end hr: very rt- n u es tc d thnt It s h on i ri n o r, be done, stating thnt he felt it to go Lo trial on its the tyr.'rrnrjr The committee reported It had "re- :entlv revived evidence which Justi- nta mho-wing consul of the; Mei- Iles nn inquiry Interference- by ICY :s renrhcci REVOKE PERMITS IF 'SLOTS' FOUND lean government to San r.ardino. Calif., with the freedom of our people." "The evidence has been to Uie state department and (tr.re havft given that nn Inquiry will be committee In the 2-1-page the Investigators repeated some of testimony obtained In throughout the country and presented wparate Rummarlps dealing witlfc Turn to Page Seven TO MODERNIZE COUNTY SYSTEM Guernsey Senator Haa Bill it Clean Up Form County Government Columbus. O., reb. tor Wlllard D. Campbell, RepubUCM. of Guernsey county, today had duced a bill In the that provide complete modimlzatlon Ohio's centuri'-old system of government. The permits If desire, to adopt nny one of forms of organization, the plan, trie elective executive plan an4 the- appointive executive plan. The bill is part of a program rying out the recommendations at the commission on county merit appointed by Governor tw frame legislation for putting county home rule amendment Into feet. "The bill entirely optional." Mr. Campbell. "None of the plans of' county jjovernment which It author-.; Ires will go Into effect In any county; uniesJ! adopted bj .vote ot the peoplt. But If the voters want a simpler and more business-like system of county. government, they can get It." j Under the manager plan the boartl-: of county commlsaloncrB would polht a manager who would name tbfj heacLs of deportments and be slble for the administration of: ty activities. Under tlin elective executive, plaJi both the county and ,_ 'He did nrA to be in r-if'-f "-vjc'Mvc' tn hu--c; Akron O Pel) In. Ohio Jus-; r cf th, cor-lrP-ri, o" ib- Mrican in almost .11 to The new inqu.rv is dlrrctol at nri-1 f CI.L- Sirilv umirr a dcnsion hr.r.rted down! rtat be arcompli.nrci DENIES FALSE PLEA FOR RELIEF GOODS "-Hr-v.- :o Earn Move nief !n the cii JLVS uf the i i United n n d Ca n n da HP d e tenses rilentr, are not in Turn tress instituted in municipal i court Friday morn In t; apainst Hush dire, 43, Wanvick avnnne. The ahttiinir.g merchan- dise under lals'j pretuntio and Is signed by T. H. relic: Ci'cc v-'ho'i picarlec! not arj.l bt: ijivc'ii ;L ary hear Tuesday. Boiui v-'iis EXTORTION NOTE LAID TO GORRELL tcrlaI for 5.t 'p.tlon act. The house a busy day yester- day, adopting isfveral bills a.nrl re- numerous ones beforrj Berlin, Frb the p.djoumrd fw thfjjdom sees in HITLER AGREES TO DISCUSS AIR PACT n .jan-Judges Rocs W. Junk and Perry Thomas exempted. concurring. i "It was my own thought it court ruled that when mo-: would be. Lvltcr to this matte; rlst plead." gu-llty a misdemeanor, j cnd-d and save the very limited time after bfilr.i; by a constable, [or otlicr matters calling for nircn'.lon i the Justice can only bind him over in the state gcvermnerit and In can- to R common picas court or j nectioa with legislation.' him: The only exception to this rule: ,.ThR had E j rleplorabie nnd condl- signs an affidavit against another 'nu.de to s'jcu: f th.c: lunount his rclcp..se on hail. Admin Is try. tor Black in the allege d v i ol at 1 en sn' d th a (inily :nany ro'ilr: -.vh'.-n in vcs titrated -re -A-alves Jury he can he tried !a j0r by thn j-j-sticc. under the decision.______________" __ K h- drmnnrts n Jur-' trial, he r ixjund over tr> common OT Guardsman Accidental 19yonr-oiri Tor t slaving of Gorr'jil, 23. j Tiu- follou-ctl brio! WoiTI3H t e s r i n: o: y i y F v d c r a 1 J u d e F. i: cf R military and to i: si on. a'to to brc.ik From Making Big Haul i Feb. 15. he had Cyluni'ous, O. Feb. 15. tpcr. thousand liquor find per- the county rxf-.tr.itivt would be holders In Ohio were notified by j directly by the voters, and the nvall today to remove any slot ma- chines or gambling dcvk-eK the? have on their premises, Liquor Director Joseph H. Scobcll Hereafter, he laid, all slot chlnn violations romlnf; bofore the department will bfi grounds or Irr.- rncdUifr revocation procredlngs the holders. "The former policy of the depart- ment to liquor dealer and machine cases for thirty dnyn -...-111 not longer be adhered to." SCO- said. "Permit holders must re- move slot machines as soon u the v.'p.rnlng reach them. "V.'c have found from hearings nn such vlolatlonB that many municipal authorities have not objected to 11- ciuor sellers keeping slot machines and M a result many permit holders that, the prac-tlce right. many dealers never litjuor department hart Is- sued any previous order regarding ulnt mnrhinrs. V.'e decided that. It to let .Much fnlsunder- continue." The nevv ruling nnt right of a holder to appeal from any revocation action. Scobcll said. ecrutlvo would appoint deportment heads. The appointive executive vidrs for the appointment at the ecutlve and head of the depftrtrnentB by the county commissioners. la each plan the board of county rnlssloners Is elected by the and mny cor.slst o' from tfl. nine members, according to the of the county. Under the bill five department would take over the work of about 14 separate offices and agencies. ORDERS SURVEY STATE HOSPITAL Girl In Fourth Year Of Sleeping Sickness Chicag >'-'ii i, i, i i iir ju l... _- ._ j. J Li L-.. u r, n., tj i H C (jr 1'J" n.r- nf foodstufrs v.'as listed at -'--Ote rl-..-.t Alone in toe houM; with her c. 
                            

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