Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Zanesville Signal Newspaper Archive: April 7, 1935 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Zanesville Signal

Location: Zanesville, Ohio

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio                             Section One MAIN NEWS SECTION tSUNDAY TIMES-SIGNALS? THE WEATHER OHIO sUim Monday. not aiuefc VOL. LI, No. 39 ZANESVILLE, OHIO, SUNDAY, APRIL SIX CENTS PER COPY. NUDIST AND DARING ART TITLE PAGES REMOVED FROM NEWS STAND DISPLAYS MCCRACKEN is JEST MAIN SIREET'OHIO TO SEEK FOLK TO PR01ESI HALF BILLION REMOVAL OF RAILS RELIEF FUND CLEAN UP OF "ART" AS WAR IS RENEWED Pete News Dealer at Sixth and Main, Or- dered to Appear in Municipal Court Monday for Sale of "Obscene Examiner; Move Backed by Women SECREST TO NAME HIM MONDAY Leading cleared their Saturda> of nudist and other ture of a cslled obscene nature I a> the resalt of a police drive insti- tuted more than a week agf> and renewed soturdsv the round up which orlglnidlv was aimed at salesmen loi Flemings Am erlciu Examiner ma> be extended to who handle any msgazinei featuring gaudj dlsplajs of immoral character A third wanant sale of the Ex- aminer was UBiied Satuiday after Po lice Chief J H swore to an affidavit against Pete Howard news dealer w th a stand at Sixth Main He charged with the sale of a newspaper of obscene of Immoral na- ture that tends to coirupt the minds of the voung The affidavit is filed under city ordinances which make Howard W McCracken 1137 Lei- gton avenue timekeeper in the county engineers office Democratic candidate for county treasurer in 1932 and prominent n county poll for ft number of yearn nill be named for the Zaneeville office Monday by tonfressman Rob- ert Announcement to this effect waf authorized by Congressman Secrest from hU home n Senecavllle last night About one months time will elapse before the transfer can be made since bv the Sen- ate and it usuallv takes four weeks for that bod) to act upon an appointment However Mr Me 110 to or Imprisonment of not cracken will be elig'blr to -nter up- more than 3O or both on his duties ai student poe'mas It under this statute tcr JTIJ t -ne after nominated news the sale of obscene literature a mis demeanor, punishable by a fine of Howard will have a trial in mu- nicipal court Two other dealers ar- rested for the under LEADS 1Y WITH AIM ON IHE PRESIDENT the Ohio general code were bound over to the county grand JUT) Their charges cuiustltuted felonies rallln. for much heavier penalties previously axreated we-e Floi H jeweli and Clarence Beougher U became known Saturday that the drive here against tne Kramlner is being watched with Interest else- where In Ohio Piqua in particular L5 aiming a similar campaign and officials of that city want to how the action here Is progressing So interested was Bernard .Kevt city soiii.itor at ptqua hat he tele phoned City Solicitor B E Leisure here Saturday and inquired regard- ing the local ordinance under which the Examiner agents may be arre ted P qua has no such ordinance Keyt said and city council there prupoe eg to draft legislation along of that which has existed in Zanesvlllc Three of the candidates took j U-e civil service examination were 01 the eligible list for Grades furiili' ed by the commission were John Frick 72 4O percent Howard MrCrackei 72 2O dolpK "orn 7140 percent The appointment of __________ __ McCrackeii was announced aiier mese i teerest stated that in mailng ap- CLmmlttee, on the first ballot and KOtt VKII W tee-i of the respective in the district The Musilngum county endorsed Pre- vious to this endorsement all didatts for the position agreed to cheerfully abide by the recommenda- tion of the committte In announcing the appointment of McCracken for this important poet Congressman Secrest said 'I demand olv tuo things of McCracken {hat he be loyal to the men under hi.- supervision second that he work his head of n giving the people the best service pottib'e It has rever been my machine the confidence and good erf the people The appointment ol McCracken is A v c for Harnionv Herb Jones c la -man of the countv committee When Jouts found it necessary to de- dine the appo ntmen as ter lie sponsored the candidacy of McCracken and stood by him through t f IK it f >r committee endorsement McCracken s the choice of the on to bulltl a political I rather rely upon. la Being Ruined AH Brkk Relaid, Property Owners Declare uiat one ol the Best paved streeta in town is being ruined for the removal of street car railt property owners on West Main street are up In over the manner in which the paving Is being relald and a protest meeting been set for early this week when action will be taken to stop any further lail re moval Action will also be taken to force the repavmg of that sectiou of {or Ohlo announced u> day he will go to Washington next week to discuss plans for obtaining State Hopes To Provide Work for Unemploy- ed Under New Work Relief Bill; Big Cities Make Bid for Lion's Share of Appropriation Forming Programs Columbus s.pril 6 weekly paychecks for a quarter mil lion Ohio famlles may be provided urder President Roosevelt s 14 WO OOO OOO relief program C C Stillman fedeial relief ad- grarles had been certified to the con- of postmasters he would gressmJiB I be governed entirely by the recom- Pollowing his election Congressman mendatlon of the executive commit- for Solicitor Leaiure sent copies of Sections 691 and 69.2 of the Zanesvlllc revised Action here against Examiner sale1; men followed repeated requests on- word the congressman lost (Continued on Pfcge Two) the street that has already been re laid had a perfe.U> good street but the waj the paving is being re- laid the whole will be ruined in if -Work ana. timite of the total coat at for which preliminary been mtae Manr of tenta- tively outl ned may not COHM the of federal public regulations wMlf numerous have not progressed far enough to warrant an estimate of their pro- for Ohio a healthy alice of the federal J public fund 1 He will carr) with him itaUsticfci bable cost Despite Stulmans estimate the coat of which Ohio will bid for aid tar leas than two jears In fact It i thowmg 375355 unemployed persons, the federal government, an will be ruined jutt as soon as water KNFWNORWICH CAMP MUST BE VACATED AT ONCE BY ORDER OF STATE who start to work If and when tasks are provided for them 375355 unemployed em- include members of 242 930 families and 57 OOO single peraons Hundreds of with an estim to complete them etillman declined to niajto an es- Dr. Hagen Advised That Health Department Will Not Permit Use of Camp Positive orders to remove tuber ulosls patients from the Norwich even if aituiance is given us thst the com tj will erect a saiiitorlum tmme- diatelv It was declared Pat cnts must be removed at and the camp abandoned for the treatn ent of tuberculotis Dr Wal- ter Hirtung state director of health declared lames Bautnan aaalstart UUerances of Iowa Seen Opening Shot In 1936 Campaign Milwaukee Wis April 6 P The. part of leading civic and soc al Milwaukee Sentinel 'aid tonight that organizations of the cltv to have Hit ft Milwaukee pries' veatrrday came newspapers sale banned according to uitj the Lindbergh kidnaping caie Senator police authorities who filed the wlth pujpoited evidence charges tered testimcny given Roacoke- f dl rect attack upon President Roose- velt as made tonight trv a Republi- can leader Senator J Dickinson of Iowa with 8. declaration that the shortcomings of the New re- iverj plans can. no longer be charg- and school teachers have complained that certain In the paper have corrupted the minds of the ch'ldren city officials state On the argument they have protested the sale of magazines which are lewd or lascivious The against Examiner deal- bv Bruno Richard Hauptmann and some of his principal alibi witnesses at his re- cent trial The Sentinel said the priest Rev. iticfcBtl J Kallok pastor of 6t Joseph s c nirrli in Cudahv a sub- urb of Milwaukee told a story which Indicated that the plot agaluit the em however rtnod likely to de elop Lindbergh family was many trust His MUlgUaitQt ot the pro- ident delivered in ttilia state that deserted the Democratic ranks to awirg to HerueU Hoo.er In 1928 marked otic of the few. tinieb that of the New Deal svvung from attack t pon that title to place 'CBpcnsibilitv, lor what the} teim Its failure upon Mr Roosevelt Dicklnscn his been mentioned as A prospective Republ can candidate for president- in 1936 and his address was regarded as particularly slgnlft cunt n view ot known efforts Re- publican lampalgn stratcgijts tr hive Mr t personally bear the brunt of partv attack U favor of such n. cocuse have argued thaw the president has leaf some cf his. popularity and that in anv e cnt 1' a campeibn is to be cffetti e i must be directed at Pres kiont Roosev Into teat in which it will necessary to prove that the constitutes obwrne read ing matter the kttpaplng and r'that Bruno MiwiptBKnir knew every fresh air camp were renewed by state dlrectcl RiSJ pres-nted and aup health authorities when Dr Beatr ce uls rnlrt ,n Ule decision Hagen count health commlsslon-r The frMh sl camp where MusXln interviewed that depirtment relanve gum coiinty has been caring for In- to B. continuation of the camp digent IncuraMe victims of tu-ereu We will not tolerate the use of Iosls was condemned after inspection the camp anv pretense not L a r-pn-seutative of the state de- partment some time Dr Hagen called at the office of the department to learn If the au thorlties would sanction the use of the camp until the county hmd a chance to own saultorlum FJie was given positive bn have the camp vstatrc! at once Ccuut> (xmmisEioners failed to act when the decision was presented to under the brick, sa d spokesman for the property owncrt in making complaint last night charged hi his complaint that soft brick are used In relaying the paving that the brick after be- ing laid are not thoroughly rolled Into place and that the whole thing 11 a botrhrd up job He insisted that West Main street folk would not interfere la any way with anv. project that to do with furnishing emplovtnent to Jobless men but Uiey feel that they, the property owners arc the victim circumstances because of the way this work Is carried on They have called contm-tors to view the -work already done and In the opinion of these men the relaid paving will not last two years and the removal of the rails 16 doing more harm than it will do good Residents call attention to the fact that West Main street one of Zanesville s main traflic arteries that it not only carries a great load at local traffic but is the highway _ by training to tion of Uie at cities is given In that ate mijor cities alone have drafted ten- tative- plans for that require the expenditure ot OOO Those sii have la half of the state s population and ated coet running well Into the nine conservative estimate tb.ua would have teen outlined tenta-1 -seem to be that Oho will tlvelv by Ohio cities and twee n MOO OOO 000 and 000 000 which hope to obtlan federal funds the federal works relief treasure In visiting will OUT DAM'S OFFICE 10 BE DISPLAYED 1IILATED BODY IN HOTEL (Continued on Two) KIDNAP 1ALE, YARN OF Has It Placed In Rotunda For Public to See IN SELF DEFENSE Former Georgia Policeman On Trial For First Degree Murder In Davton Parker 41 fo-mer T s E Savannah Ga pit as the leade- of the De-noc-il lc partv Senator Dickln-on opened with an assertion t1 at under Democratic ad mmlstratiun the sky IB growing darke- srd no man knows what the weather w 11 ty tor-err ow Repeatedly he c ted Roosevelt s campaign t'atemcnts to support the contention they are far different from present idmtnlstratluii poli- cies Vcrilv D k said Candl elate Roosevelt is a total stranger to President Roosevelt The s Her haired senator told s confe-errc of Republicans that there only one plac." to put the blame for aclm nis'ratlon e-ro-s and that Is on the dxrs'op of the HOUM- It can not be denied he contm ued that fve v detail of our social and business position in this country Is than It v in the be- ginning of 1933 Item by item he look up state public utilities control erf agr culture and cam- paign pledges to empheMze con tent Ion the president had repudiated (Pontlnued on Page Two) DETROIT BANKERS ACQUITTED BY Detroit April (if-Three veteran Detroit bankers were icqultted by Jury of farmers and In federal court todav of charges grew ing out, of M chlgan banking col lapse of 1933 Jtuj decided that John tyne Herbert L Cl Htenden Johr H Hurt hnd not submitted false re- on the condition of the First National bnrk Detroit to the corrp u oiler of the rurrcnrj go ern mcnt contended Policeman the witness s'and to day after admitting he killed Cheate Payne 23 last December He claimed he fhot Payne ill self defense Parker is en trial charged with first degree murder the state claim Ing he shot Pavr- after the had induced Parkers wife to leavt him Prosecutor Stun D Kcllv examined Parker concerning thr- 'ta he made to po Ice Immediately after the tliootlng I came Payne yes to Dayton and killed ttm in true said the former officer Aaked if he had Payne before he replied 1 me him before under another name at mv home inch of t Indberfeh The irfcrjnstlon Is now In the of tne of who elated it to Ne-v Tc'sev author ittes for further on thr Sent ncl bald The paper said for five %ear p-lcr to taking up h s -vtr here Father Kullofc was pastor of Si Mich- ael s Cathol c church en of TrentJi N J The high in Fati e K'dlok icrv th- si cl ere the i lowing Thit Bruno Hauptn inr f e [ucnt t ed a riding 'table and roadside 'er de.vo is v ithln feevral miles the I bindLerph eitatr for manv n onths prior 03 the kidnaping That. Hanntmann cfte i rcxle in the Aocxilands aboai th- i ding ttable nncl within f. coup e ot n of the Lindbergh h me and a c e time s strn comlt g from that section of the woods where manv months later th" infants bod> Tliat inid rd a set o' pl'ns a1 the Lindbergh es'ate in the cfficn o' an a chTcvt who had been b dding for the work on the Sour land mountain estate of the aviator ace Tint Mrs Greta Hencke' blonde Bronx manicur st and Elvert Carl utrcrn New th of Vho Registered Her Husband Disappeared Be- fore rs-i-i f -t TI c' mutilated bodv of woman who hftfl tjeen beaten flashed with a rzEo- and strangled was found in Hotel room here todav and police sought a mvi who had rei; stered with her as hei h uibend Police Inspectoi Mian McGinn said the woman was identified firougl her fingerprints ns Bcttj Davis 34 who had been here a nun ber of times for ai d was known TS s. narcotic add ct The man who reK'trred H Mvers left the hotel an hour and a half after he had arrived with the womar John Pmcl s the clerk told police Columbus, April Goveri or Ca.veys much dlacUseed out rug is going oa eJilUbUKm in the rotunda of the statcl'ouse Unabie to obtain legislatl c approv al for appropriation of 000 to buy a new carpet for the governota i Washington, Btillmtm make his first trip away frooa stAto relief itnce M took charge here on of TManl Relief Administrator Harry L, Hop- kins who charged a political down o' firms dealing with lief organization In the few brief be 1 had sole charge of the setup Stillman has trimmed ttooa- sat ds of dollars from relief Onlv tcdav. he ordered the of G6 employes in Luca rel ef administration The Include high salaried glneers draftsmen clerk! and visore and wvvr possibly fr month in the relief cott there. vlcruily he had slashed ft from payroll at atate effecUni a mting of ateJy month Tlie ahakeup In Lucas cotintj forerunner of possible similar in other scn'atives here this to pronosed sites for the new turjercu- Ics s sa torium and that an effort to i r- t ncrtlnued trmpor aiilv A 1 ho made at that t me Trie camp i ow ten pa t enf GROCLK ROBBED columbu" O 6 P Con 'rruiod b t ro bfr Nathan Smith 5C a grrcrrv. _alled 1 elp Hte to i g t ii d was shot aid vvcunded senoiis v bv the holdup n an Ihe gu onai idertt'tr-d bj pol ce as a rrgro escaped lootles After he Father; Longed For Moth- er, Divorced putting it out where the public can see It In his request for 220 addition al on which to operate hU office for Toledo Aprl A 9 ve r eld the nrst half of the vear the gov- boy who was homesick for his mothe- i ernor included the tl OOO item for a decided a lurid tale of kidnaplrg ne% would get Uir quickest results today j The senate finance committee ba' It did Police departments of j for several weeks and Parma suburb of Cleveland a_na 1o- ledo spent Ureiners story that he and two had forced into an automobile in Cleveland and brought to Toledo where he escaped and ran to the coiirthcruse Tlifi story also brought the boys mother Margnerlte Grelner to store He w 'hot walked to a drugi Toledo from Cleveland as fast as aid I train could bring her The boy had a blrck awa> to obtain taken to a hofcpital WIZARDS IN LOCAL SPELLIN' BEE FLOP ON WORDS LIKE PICCALILLI Amcthj   animal fnrm I lead the fifth sitth Kraele dlv'slon Florence Thotnaa of P-ospei" school was secnpS -v i 93 Margerv Pares Jickson H id Carl Koon ACIP tied for Th rf at 92 Clancv Harris Pli lo vaj fl'th with an 88 and U-nna Elliott Rich Hill and GeoTgett-a Rucker East Ftiltorham deddlc red for sixth 8" ilch cave the wentl and c g i h ersriers their grrstest head -'che prcvct] to rjr irre avst cln- cl ona paraff n and supersede the j mior stunbled fre o T AntArctlc kimona and krrrwcnr Then thr e wer' extra fx> br pradrcl onlv in case nf tie They inch ded bra n M -nen sJbpoena and piccadllll Of explained CVnintv 8u- pe-irtendent F D Ring these hich tne aver- torv pjpll would be ex peeled to but he added that each o' the AU a cham- pion Noi e eligible to enter thf (Gontlnjcd on Page Two) jobbed over the phone Im home- sick mother 1 want to beck to you Pauls father and mother ST dl vorced and the boy had been to live with father and grandpar- ents kidnaping story brok' down when police learned t p two companions had spent the night at their in Cleveland on Friday the senate Itself by a tie vote refused to approve additional funds although the expenditure for tile carpet had been cut to The prmc pal fight over the add1 tional fundt was centered on a re- quest for 000 additional for aries and wages Already the senate j has appioved an appropriation of ISO 82o for wages and maintenance m the executive office for the first r-al' 10 PAYROLLS 1 PAST WEEK of the current year KirwUi known George White INCREASE IN U. S. BANK DEPOSITS i ngton April S three billion dollar Increase in bank de- potlts in the last six months of toda-v by officials of the Federal Deposit Insurance cor- poral on The co-poratlon gave no cxplana tion o' the Increase in deposits but perso is familiar with banMng and ru, trends contended It was due largely to heavj government expen dlturei for emergency purposes Democrat asserted that the rugs In the executive are a disgrace to the people ot the state of Ohio According to Kirwm the rug in the governor s private office. pur cheoed during Governor term in 1918 3O At that time the old carpet in the governor s office was moved to the outer office and declar ed worn out _ Twenty Percent Increase IB Employment; Start Rail- way Relocations Soon P J hero of the worn out rug Incident is a former Zanes v man For many years he was In the water works Depart- ment and later operated a shoe store on MalT street goliyg from here to IJL ndor EN DIE IN CRASH Praha Czechoslovakia April 8 lit Officials of the Praha airdrome received reporta to light seven per- sons were killed In the crash in Oer many of a commercial airplane flTlng f-om p-aha to Amsterdam VETERAN DIES Big Prairie .April Kerr 89 a Civlr war veteran died tonight of complications resulting (from a rroken }rg su'fered FVb 9 CASHIER SLUGGED AND ROBBED BANDITS Baltimore April 8 Irvin Beck 30 bakerv cashier slug ged bv two bandits tonight and rob bed of 1.2 30O he was Uuk'ng to a branch bank Charles A Filbert treasurer of the bakery Be< k was struck over the head Just aa he stepped off the curb in front of the bakery Thr cashier called for help, then slumped to the pavement in a daze His two escaped with the monev which In a tin container Twentv per crnt lucrnse 'In plojment on different on the Musklnnum County CODMTT- J ancy district and good ad along the lino were reported In weeklv summary of terday hy CapUln A C U S Engineers One of tm- porUint events for this will the opening of bids for Ptedmoak here Wednesday CapMto ber s report Progresa during week gtnerally verj favorsbte KmpiojnMaf Increased nearly 30 per cent the previous week At Tappan Dun contractor, Eammons-Robertaon company, IXrM the outlet tunnel 78 pv A cent compietrd The week amounts about 120 feet The oon.- ractor moved about 7500 cubic DAY'S DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN CENTERS UMPIRE RETIRES 21 HB nr American Ch cngo April RT, of service George -n the n HilcHebrand list at league umpire HIM rern placed nn own request Ills on the tnkrn hv Jonn A Quirn of t'ie South o t mplrt who culled them during Ihtlr Jurmn rrn th, mnjor tour winter Dr -r fir a -eft R vo T, tie c" if Hiltlebnnda retire ncnfc. POTTERY WORKERS GET INCREASE Cleveland April M Wells of TCast Uverpool O of the United tion aald tonight that emplorerB duel of the National Brotherhood of Operative rwchetl an afrerment on a wort- inj contract lite today nrrermfnt for n gen eral wage ncreaw? of cigt t and onf half per for M 000 mploven of Ohio anJ West iglnia pcrtter-lcs he Bv Thr Fre-s rrcnfd plans to keep 80 000 pte Prrnicr Mtuvol nt wnll ink Fo-eign under nnns in order to maintain i c Mmon 
                            

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication