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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio                               Prints tk News THE rOL. No. 48 lASEHARHS JAYS LEASURE kuncil Clcrt Will Be Asked to Reconsider Resignation FINAL EDITION THURSDAY JUNE FUSTUS RESIGNS TOO lecallen Afraid of Court So They Heckle Buehart CIA1X C. Albert L. Daw clerk of city xnincil who resigned been made the of t Tor which City Solicitor J Leacure reaponaible himself made that declaring the attempt to nut Baaehart represented the moat inlair Instance of political retaliation can recall did not submit all until he had woo. out thoae sought to remove bim. would not resign under felt after council had voted 3 to 2 n he presented hia pre- viously prepared dating resignation July 1 Baaenart'a reconsideration n.iii be itrtmgly it understood rhe law committee of council now his resignation and that X Councilman James umouncexnent of retirement cscne i surpTiae to everyone City Solicitor Leasure came forwar today with a strongly worded attac vi the of those who instate on Basehait removal chose to heckle him rather tha it tack my through the con itituted he asserted The solicitor said the in H to the recently file recall simply followed h advice If anyone is re Leasure it 1. 1m willing to have my alona tested in any court He said the mere fact that op ponenta chose to center their attac on rather than take the Is to court for tfaey had no caae Generally many members of ail political factions in the city re fretted the clerk's resignation today termed it a severe blow at mu nlcipal since Basehsr ttorough. hia continued service aa clerk council. an almost in of city affairs May Be Fifth Bride of Playboy Millionaire FINAL EDITION THREECE1 Justus' reaignttlQn unexpect- hts to He hastily wroU state itttnlT ahprtrr alter breaking into an attack on the whole form or city f or- including tha charter. He the city solicitor should be eltct- not to which. Measure replied today although he may be present inherited the existing form of gorern which Installed by po- litical Roll call on a revolution to remove found Councilman Walter Dueker. Sol Berman and James voting while O Wilt- shire and Totn Moorehead voted lor removal Justus and Harry Orr did not vote. THREE ESCAPE AS BOAT OVERTURNS Three young flAhlnf from boat in the Muaklngum river a few yards below the middle span of brldfe. narrowly escaped drowning 9 o'clock Thursday mornlnf when their craft struck a rock and oirer- turned. They grasped the overturned boat and hung on until another man. also ftshlnf from a boat In the came to their rescue The tare were Ivan Pox Denzil Downing. Playford avenue and Herbert B Otborn. Henry all about 30 of age. Thelr Ivan Play- ford who quickly rowed to them and towed the boat to safety. FilkiU U an operator for Postal Tele- graph company Oabom waa shore when the craft suuct an obstruc- tion and the rapid current quickly the pltchlisg the thrw into the water. The Muaklnguin river U swollen from last heavy rains but is slowly fall- inf. The velocity of the stream carried the three men nearly a quar- ter of mile Their narrow from death U attributed to UM qutcic work of nikill and their own prtaence of mind to cling 10 their Will Rogers S.JTI KUla. OiU June The fteA halite of war fought In Tont Oif TuewUy BBK Italy met UtUe mod flrvt spring drtve was halted to General Joe bead of dhloptaa met H csanwn Itotnan off Uwm aad like a Caruttan a His kmn Mends off AbywinUn isbettyK a Mr a Ster rwn Ocr- a Mr ctmtrtbat- to make Mr. IAJUUT irtp l TAX ACTION IS FORECAST FORAUGUST Discard Efforts For High Speed Action On Wealth Tax HEARINGS ARE SET Where four other beautlea have blond Collette Franci may be the next to risk the aa wife No 5 of Tommy Man playboy heir to asbestos millions wiling for London aft hia break with Marcelle No didn't deny that he had selecte the showgirl SB his next and gowlp had it that he once had o fered her tlSO.OOO to msrry him PRISON CRITIC WITHOUT A JOB Williams for Wil Stories About Marygvilk Reformatory XT O June Critic of candlUotn at the reformatory for George todaf food parttnent' Acting with the approval of Oover garei garet Aknan V terday on the ground that he had ITCH and wild atortea.- The ouster of Williams' by two days his chargta that con ditlons of immorality and mistreat ment of prisoners prevailed at the reformatory He said then that he wan working under Mrs Louise Mlttendorf. tory am very glad and I feel I have been rindi when informed of discharge Shortly before Ufa an noun Rilph O. Marshall and D H Him Jeff made an inspection of the reformatory every penal institution like this there'd be no Mar and added went through and every thing was different from what Wil- liams said Mrs. Allmtn informed who in by telegram of his dismissal 8be said he gave out and wild atorles about all manner of things which hare no con nection with There are in connection with of which we prefer not to and which have proven to be quite un- ahe added. No successor been selected for the a year job to which Wil- was appointed two ago. Mrs. Allman stated Federal Agents Seize Gallon Still June T fdrral men and early today raided what terncMd the largest Illicit alcohol vtill in Uon of and tbtr waa valued at S73.0QO And had de- rauded the sorcmment of MOO.OOO in taxes. The cfflcMS found a copper still in operaUon. Tbe pUrX boused la a nrw Ing erected tor tbe con talned two two tanks and 10.00O- all full of maah. seind l.BOO galloot of alcohol. Mike InfanU. and flam 30. both of were arrreted and n to jail at were charged with rftoUUoci the mrnue Thnre other men caprd. The pUnt had bmi turniaf out about gallons off afeohol a day. and of nxMA of U nto lUicJt liquor of Ux pUast A for akohol. aod had paid for ttoeir inrwtmem la 30 Tbey pUol Sud been for boxrttlirrr tncmUn Women Tennis Stars Go Into Third Round IPO IHJJTI'Fli tad WSlU Moodf. taaUifd of Uw but John Van ftyn off rltminiied ta wund ot meji's rfnftat by the BOLIVAR LAST OF DAM BIDS Project in Watershet to Cost Over Million and Half Bolivar largest in the Mus kingUin watershed conservancy will coet more than one an otoe-haif million doilanr J east of .DOTCT.-- opened Thursday by engineers and the low pra posal wac found to.be milted Minder of Chicago. contracting tans low figure being well abov tbe government York Engineering of Pa second low at Others were. Bridge Min neapoUs. S J Orovc Sons Arundel Baltimori on all fourteen dams of th conservancy district have new bee although several contracts art yet to awarded. The forma award approval of the bids by divisional engineering headquarter at and by authorities a Washington. There are a number of bids for auxillixr such as railroad and highway yet to be recciv ed At 0 o'clock ft-lday morning bids will be opened for relocation o the W A E railroad In the wv ty of Beach City dam. Bolivar dam will cost much more than the sum represented in the works bid opened today. This figure does not include ccst of material and expense of righU-of-way and re- which will be necessary. Given Divorce and Half Of Crap Game Winnings June JL IVvln wasn't nearly lucky at law in Judge Rudolph Desert awarded Alma M. Xrrin hall of the said Lemuel won in a crap and gave hex a di- with it. asserting be dldnt shoot said he would be to split M.OOO Wbn that way. Cotton Replaced As British Open Leader Scotland. June 2 a stiff head wind that at mcfeed gate strength. 3otton. the lead today In the second round of the 72-hole BrtUsh open champtonshSp to A. Whilcomb. 40-yemr-old veteran Brtt- tsh RrtJer cup team pUyer. early starters and wind up after WhUcomb COT- Mulrfteid layout In under a aggregate off while weal cut la 35 and then faltered toaffly on the iking an Incoming 99 for a 74 and1 total of lor a Oe FDR Disavows Intention To Push Tax Through By Saturday BOYS P ON ROAD STRUCK BY AUTOMOBIL BULLETIN Washington. June 27 Senate and house today agreed upon a o-year exten- sion of 991 000 in taxes which otherwise would ex- pire at midnight Sunday. 37 carding all efforts for high ac- tion on President Rooaevelt'a tax- the-weElth Democratic lead- ers today outlined a calling for weeks of hearing and debate. Legislators said that the would not reach a showdown tote on the president's plan until the last week in at the and that the uouid perhaps three to six weeks later These- plans emerged from a tan- gled situation which found President Roosevelt disavowing any Inter.tiotr of seeking to puah the taxea through corgress by Saturday night. He aald emphatically yesterday that while he desired action this be bad never considered a plan of attaching the taxes to a pending tax resolution and getting them through by the week-end Democratic leaders said today Instead of attaching the new levies on end large to the nuisance the president a program would be made into a separate bill and put through the regular course. Early next the house ways and means committee will start Chair- man Doughton N C said the bearing would last 't wo or three we eke Earlier in the Senator Robin- son Ark Democratic had announced a plan to attack the to the nuisance levies and Chairman Harrison also said such action would sought. The widespread was that the New Deal was aiming at by fiaturday Jiight alnce the bill which NAZIS TIGHTEN GRIP ON NATION New Dictatorial Decrees Ef- fective Today Shape German Lived Killed in Colombian Plane Collision expire June eiteraedl This impression gave riai criticlam by some Republicans and who demanded lesv Republicans cocnrnented ironically yesterday as Democratic leaders aald there would be no haste. Rlaing in the senate. Senator Vandenberg Mich asked if the leaders still bad In mind ihe Saturday night goal has ever suggested that we should paas it by Saturday replied Senator Barkley On Capitol Democratic legisla- tors held that the original which they said had not called for passage by Saturday had gone awry because of the stand taken by the house ways and committee. The idea of some they had been to offer In the senate a pro- xxal to tack tbe wealth levies on a resolution extending the taxes for tiro years This resolution had already passed the and was before the senate June 37 went into effect today ahap- Ing anew the lives of all Germans without giMng them a chance either to approve or protest Relchafuehrer Adolf ber meeting for the last time before the summer and four days before the first anni- versary of the bloody June 3o Natl adopted these 1. Making labor camp service com- pulsory for young men ind young women annually 2. Demanding that in even foreigners domiciled participate actively in air pro- tection exercises 3. Authorizing iaion of the penal the light of national socialistic and regulating trials 4. Regulating official salaries fi Speeding up inv eatlgatlon or preliminary sterilization In order to prevent unsound progeny 6 Itaoouraging establishment of people's gardens and homesteads Empowering Bernhard Rust Prussian commissioner for culture and to deal with tbe church controversy Other leaser decrees were adopted all but the laoor service measure awaiting publication in the official gazeztte Not since the purge last June htd Hltlerism made such a show of dictatorial and it seemed agreed that the far-reaching would tighten more hold on Germany Only in the church measure was an element of conciliation seen Rumors were heard that in the autumn. rearmament problems are expected to bo ironed a cabinet shake-up likely in a move toward 100 per cent of more radical ideals The labor service law was an' nounced a measure to inculcate Naal principles in the youth. It expected to take even more Earl James Can- Victims KENNEDY BOY DI Huddled Together On thtii Road to Get Warmth From Cement Among the 14 persons killed when two low flying planes crashed at Medel- lin. was Oardel famtius flouth. Americsn actor and tango dancer who recently has made several films at New York and Ernesto Samper known as the of who at the of one of the planes DUELISTS MAY TO INTRODUCE sfeal military training as a prelimin- ary to army and to provide mort work for unemployed men. The will work on farms and on public such both oaring military possibilities The seek a greater population in the farming areas near borders and a vast highway system now be ing constructed to link frontiers with sources of food supplies lor Industrial Centers Some observers also imputed to the driTB foe for which 1F- OOOOOO marks were a military objectlTt In that greater food supplies will be made available. SHOOT IN AIR Borotra Announces He Will Go Through Duel With Sport Critic June 27 Jean Boro- tra. FVance'a bounding Basque of the tennis assured the all-England BOND ISSUANCE IS LIBERALIZED bui June imitation restrictions on bond issu- ances hate been liberalised by the Ohio supreme court- Application of the lo-mill limi- tation does not app f to bonds aued under the 15-ifJl limit and hese may be the court held yesterday. Mayor John L Stfrl of WeiUton. who contended aa issuance _ there would carry beyond the present Urn- tation. ordered to a refund- order by the city council Prerlously. the court had ruled in the Portsmouth bond o bonds could be issued if to serrice- would exceed the present limitation. The industrial comzzujalon sued to compel the mayor to sign the t held some of the original bonds irt of the compensation und. a must suffer any of county in bank the court The protest of the city of Cleve- land and other Cuyahofa county i subdivisions acainsi a plan of John A. to the M1LLMEN PROTEST UA INTERVENTION Ore June 27 bermen turned a cold shoulder on government mediation in the two- month-old Pacific northweat strike today and prepared to open more under protection of national guardsmen and police armed for riot duty. Even before a mediation board of three appointed by Secretary of La- tor Perkins called to meet its etlectlxenea was virtually nullified by from tbe West Coast Lum- bermen's association and Portland The- authority extends only to voluntary and tnat would be impossible without co-oper- ation or both and the 000 striking workers A W Muir. spcketmu for sawmill ana tim- ber no comment on Perkins1 action. A sinister note in the technical re- opening of five lumber yards here yesterday held the attention of tal inspectors they investigated the mailing of letters containing dynamite and Implied threats to the wires of two Portland lumber- men. After several of limited op- eration under protection of national guard at Tfccoma. WaAh.. announced would be speeded up more former em- ployes oeclared ready to jetxuri to work- All BeUtnaham. mills were in operation and five reopened here but at Ererett. a host of pickets but so woraeis ap- peared at one which was hare re- operations. club officials today that he would not permit his dueling engagement in Paris to interfere with his scheduled appearances in the Wimbledon cham- must nght a-n point of hon- said Borotra. I also am honor-bound to play at and that must come of Borotra who accepted a challenge from Didier newspaper tennis revealed that them phy- Mcret are jbonald- ered by the two men whert- by both would shoot in tbe air when they meet t These friends the situation had reached a point where the duel could not be avoided but in the eyes of fifty million nothing elae would do. Under the French code of the duel must be fought within hours of the time of the issued Tuesday night Bcrotra acepted the challenge last replying to PoulaiiL by refla- tered letter and aa sec- onds Rene LaCoste. another French tennis ajid General Pierer Attempts by Cnglish to twit him with such Mow cbout scttl'ng it with cannonball ser- at 55 pace on the center court at failed to elicit any mirth from Borotra Th's Is no laughing in he soberly. take these things seriously The questions of has not been settled It was considered llielv that Borotra would have hia choice and name pistols rather than dueling Poulaln waa the champion swordsman of the French army until he up pen as critic for the Paris Newspaper Auto LOTTERY PLAN Renney Says Law Would Take Billion Dollars from Racketeers June 27 Rep Kenney N J will seek a vote this on plan to eatablUh a national lottery and a billion dollars a 3 ear away from racketeers and He said today a house ways and would begin hearings Friday. The lottery would be patterned after CTuban lotteries offered monthly or eren er Deaplte the fact that he was un- successful lact Kenney expressed confidence that the committee would report ir we- letting our people send three to Tour abroad or invest it in Ulefal gambling that now goes on We can do that by Bet- ting up a national lottery. It been estimated that we could make a billion dollars a year Why. we could use that money to pay the soldiers their adjusted com- pensation and then retire all of our public debt within thirty One-fourth of the money taken In from the lottery would be turned Into 'the treasury. v Kenney aald he had dlscusaed the plan with administration you the kind of a that has to spring from the people only fenced about ten In 30 I get my I'll choose though I'm not much of a shot either who fell from exhaustion during his long-drawn court duel with Uenzcl at Wimbledon yesterday. said his dispute Poulaln anise from acrimlnlous correspondence Eorotras entering the Wimole- don singles alter declining to repre- aent France In the DBVVU cup ainf at crit- he trut Poulaln wrong wacnt aaked to play lor France and my cccduct has been enlirelv ap- proved by LaCocte aa captain of the French Davis cup WOULD BAR SUTI5 ON COLD PAYMENT June guard the administration's monetary policy against court Presi- dent Roosevelt congress for legiMitloct to bar xuita for payment of ifovernment securities in gold or fn tbe equivalent value of devalued an outcjrowth of tbe fu- prejno oourt's decision in tbe gold which Inlxnate that recovery could be made In the court of claims if actual could be proved ss a result of devaluation of ttie gold dollar by approximately 40 per cent Shortly before tint trarmlUcd. it was said In official circles that Panama's insistence on receiving gold from the United States for the annual rental of the One boy was fatally injured companion when struck by an automobile they fell asleep on the -warm rcent of the New- hill highway Morgan county Thursday morning They had their to and lay down on tne -to T themaelvca in the chilly air. The victim is Earl colored son of Mr and Mrs Ji Kennedy. 53fl Beech street. He ed away at o'clock afternoon In Bethesda a is also Eaat avenue. Canton. He in eada hospital suffering from a and knee cap and body The were wav frcm Zanesvllle to the fi their uncle. Marion who between Cheaterhill to work Warner arrived from Canton and the two set out together yesterday They had reached but were unsuccessful in taming a ride from there- and last night wearied of a two-ond-a-l mile hike along Route lay on the road The warmed the cement highway they were helnt thlnlr they Boon fell aeleep. The automobile which struck was driven by a Mr who Immediately summoned Lou B. Adrean of Morfan i officer brought the to The near-tragedy near the Drake intersection of Chesterhill Clemmena told the- ttf tnatr did not recognise tno hu on-tbe highway until sutomcfoUeu in the dim early Ing. the appeared to be. a'I creasing road Juat machine bore down recofrrjized them much ono wearinf V sweater The motorist called'for aid filling atatton and of the remained boys while to home. Sheriff Adrean said that the' dent occurred about o'clock morning and that traffic very T on that section of tfie road that time of tbe moralnf. county officer made an investigate but did not hold the motorut. Kennedy boy perenta. Mr and Mrs. Jon nedy. Beech two Lercy of the hotrc1 and Ra three Rosetta Mrs Eva O. and Mixa Gladys Kennedy. home. He was a member of Avenue M E church ana a dent in Jackson schooL The was removed to Keck funeral pending funeral Admonishes Head to Ci Columbus. June ernor Davcy today Went George W. Kightmire of State university to crying i be a good Taking of the sity president's of nation because he reduced tne i of the instttuttoe by a than Governor Darry dared that even with the prcxlmtUly unlTcrsity. and they can do a good job on there to Hold Former Convict For Woman's Death June td 45. a lonner con-rtct. charged murfier today la tne ctf Katfaerine Wude. 65. last Tuesday. Police CbSef R. Rem- ington signed the affidavit on -which be warrant m-aa Lamphier waivfd exanainatloo be- wocod place with Alf Pisdgbanx with scores of 153 Tor the M 'Pre-4th Days Time to Get Summer Togs Merchants Hare Arranged Attractive Bargains to Cfear Qwlily Stock HeM Back by Coot Weather Cade One acid at Is i btrlhday To he3p yoa ire of Jq3y Friday and Sn Atnrrtcam made Henry Picaird of BerMbey. and Rotoert with tculs o7 Sciith cff and W Ltwson of had 346 crxS It has toren a ban bora llllfe Jar summer toggery wp traUl rtjys Vievii Jartts been in reUU purr bases 11- shell an la yow for outfitting youraelr and lasiily lor tbe Wf natal day. parking space vnltmited cxrept in Main street zoom this from tbe city admtoutosttofi Tor shopping rssnon in tbta Voor firtt your flrrt or will more enjoyable in Look cArefany offrrtrwoi tn yowr hive atwspaper ctjeac your fore Justice of ifae Pe3ce A- and vaa bound orer to the grand jury. The warrant tbe arrival here of MarKieM rrform- atcry flager prtat who re- ported to Chief Rczaingtoa lhal fouad ia dead Panama otnal had prtxluced a j trjlng wrong with their own Uve agreement by which remittances jmcnt would be made in dollars equivalent to the old gold value. The president's request for leflaia- Uon tightenlnf the monetary what he termed handful cf private and added an- other important chore to the pre-ad- OQ file at the Ohio state peoltec- uary. Jail Trusty Bmlkcd In Attempt it Freedom Helena. MonU Jtme la the wuaty jaU. baa trted many to his but he has to Iurf one that wiU Ezar of aod Fraok brm aurtf that are toeias tenured roakc loaibeastcm of with thU ycwtr 'Oiss txA trom piice ahead He telrprxyrwd the is OcHTroor Odoney. TWA Jrt France oat I nttn The his trUnd wben uie He aaked that tbe secretary of the treasury be authorised to exchange -fold vecorlties for gold clause aecurlUea or to make for jold KCurlUes In dollar for dollar with aocnfttd President Rightmire sererdy ciaed the govq nor lor redudnf unirersity's and dared that the gcnrernor had a Irfow- at the sixth largest in the world. Communists Demand Release of Tom Mooneye Dublin. Juae Davev Brands Rumor of Resigning Fantastic O. Jane 37 Gov- ernor Daper WxSay Joftoed T7. J. BulWey to ra- RolkJey wHl post aod ttmt Orrey saocced hiss as Oora-nor ssaoe tbe leafleta detrurxllriy the lease of Tom Xooney tried to the of Alrln new United States ux5ay. The car was the trance to Dublin bearlnf ley to present his credcnUaU to Itfent Samoa De Valera. Pcflice back the Communists fovtivtl then down a nreet. his crrOenUaOs without further Two Men Killed In Xilro-Glycerine Bteit WJowu to wtom a Brooke boifc of tlat I am ink lag supnlnf to accept aa SKI United ooe of atettrt rarocw Uwt ap- nigS peared to Ohto There the truth to no ooe bss 1 The dtid were Bra trrrr consiaJted toe no 5o be Z wanted to and am to tern in that capacity. wish to brand as a dellbpraie certa- in some snisrbJevcnu and in by acd a tMM near bm Fair fair prawibty iocal not aisch IK tempera tsrre   

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