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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio                               s4V S o J t THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL THREE CENTO VOL. NO. 72 FINAL EDITION THURSDAY JULY OHIO RELIEF CRISIS ENDS W1TH_GRANT Additional Fed eral Money Allotted State BUDGET FOR AUGUST Citizens1 Group Advocates Monthly Fund o July 25 ex- tra S3.COO.OOO federal grant Into Ohio's relief coffen averted tem- porarily today the necessity for draa- reductlons in direct allowances needy clients Federal Relief Administration of- ficials informed C. C StUlman. state FZRA that he have OOQ.OGO in TJ S funds on which to build his August budget Instead 14000.000 This action relieved a threatened relief crisis resulted yesterdaf in the assembly here of the Ohio of municipalities and a clti- aen's committee to implore Gcnernor for help Meeting i-eparately these groups mapped out plans for aiding the BUte's built princi- pally around a special session of the general assembly will let no one starve in the governor said vrhen confronted with the problem He to as- semble the legislators in September Thfn the assembly mill tender re- old age schools and taxation- Marc J. Grossman. Cuyahoga coun- tt relief headed the citi- composed of public officials and welfare and cUic lead- ers The .he fialc make an immediate session o the legislature but a session should be called before tht end of August SUllman said the grant eliminate temporarily the necessity of reducing from 60 to 60 per cen direct relief operations Ten days ago announced the reductions would be made. Action of federal relief officials re aulted from Itllure to get the works progress administration program by July 30 This involves f 1.400 unemployed an a expenditure. fttUlrnAn said- to Unexpected delays in curing of funds for WAP for sdtxd the failure to the need for an in- creased amount on relief became ap- was unable to say when the WPA program wcruld get underway Tbe citlrecV group advocated a legislative appropriation of S2.0QC 000 monthly to aid families who will dropped from relief rolls when the WPA program Is started. Members erf the League of JKunlcl- comprising mayors and city outlined a plan for a leg- islative appropriation ol to set up a state linance corporation iDodclrtl after the rtjconstructlon fi- nance corporation Bonds would be sold on the basis of thft appropriation and S. J Bar- eecreUry of the pointed cut tbe proceeds would make money immediately available. May Transport Arms On British Territory London. July foreign announced in the house of commons today that the Brtftsh government will not lor the jrreaect grant licenses for the exportation cf arms from Great Bht- ain to either lUly or Ethiopia. Be said teat transit across Sriuah territory of aims destined for Ethiopia would bt now- rrer. foremxnenV said Sir Sam- -is doing Its beat to make pos- sible the peaceful outcome of the prfamt unhappy dispute and would not wish to do anything which might prcjutllct the so It will foe the not Issue licenses for the export off arms Irom this country either to Italy or Ethi- In reply to a question IT George leader cl the labor oppo- sition. Sir Samuel said treaty ofcll- gatjons necessitated permission for thsj shipment of arms Into Ethiopia tbrotsfh British teriltoiy If Said tbc foreign secretary. transit of arms drstioed for the gor- emroenl of EtblopU across British tcilioij or British-prelected terri- tory adjacent to EthtopU. will be permitted in accordance with Aj-a- of tbe treaty cl 1930. The French I under- stand interprets 1U ottlgatioo under tht maty in the max deaJ off 2a Uae lau day or so. VepODUcaas leel very ooafl- dect ctf taking orw tbe to a- year aDd a JjalT JTrosn toot aaoe or 'era Utct SorH Htm rtatL think allttie to watt. and tbey are ktttog HOOK- tc3t oat zxnr and taking cner st otxr. They boQcr aferat four feat wtoata a yoar tbe sxw. tnd Ben are tfriag XnU and a TOCRfl. Taken To Hospital July 25 Barnes British film was under treatment at a hospital today alter collapsing ct a film stu- dio. Her physician feAid she showed symptoms of appendicitis and that he expected her to return to work wlth'n a week TROOPS QUELL NEW DISORDER Situation Prevails As 600 Mill Remain On Strike Terre July 25- Renewed disorders Involving ttriiinfc workmen spurred national gutrdamen to strict enTorccmen.' of martial isw regulations A tense situation prevailed about mill of the Columbian Enameling and Stamping Vrhexo pres- ence of 323 guardsmen produced scenes resembling an army camp. Al- though the general strike toat alyzsed business for two days had end- 600 mill employes remained on strike while federal conciliators con- tinued attempts at Soldiers with bayoneta on their rifles met resistance when tbey tried to crowd of persons milling about Twelve a business in induatr section near Columbian plant last wlxich dlr-ch argea nausesting finally broke up the which la lor- blddcn by Governor McNutt s procla- mation of military rule Ono injury TFIS Mrs Ed- ward grabbed a scldiers bayonet when he ordered her to move and was severely cut on the hands Arreat of. eleven persons brought the totil tfetalzxd by the troops since the strike started to 180 Guard officers immediately order- ed all beer taverns to di- rected the soldiers to enlrrce the reg- ulation against assemblage. CoL Al- bert H Whitcomb. second In com- said 500 to 600 guardsmen are on duty and do not anti- cipate the remcvii cf more troops unless things quiet down consider- Privste armed pres- ence in Columbian plant led union leaders to the calling of the general strike remained at tbefa- pests on the company prop- erty. demands for their re- moval constituted one of which Federal Conciliators Cnartes Richardson of and Harry E. ficheck. of nought to set- tle in their mediation Robbers Make Mistake Of Attacking Policeman berelacd. O_ July Two young armed with brass made a bad mistake last They hid in the sfcadowa un- der an East aide railroad hrtdfe leaped out when Joseph Kcuct walked attemptLnff to pinloa his arms and rob elm. Kolek happens to be a policeman aafl he was ofi hia way to He pointed hU revolver at ooe oT Uie dodged a brass- knuckleC nst ol the other and then -srent on lo two robbers In FDR MAY HAVE TO INTERVENE FOR House Committee Objects to Corporitton In- come Tax ALMOST IN REVOLT Welfare Staging Fight For Charity Exemption BULLET1K July 15 tentatire agreement on a new tax bill to raise around a year fcut which dees not In- clude the Inter corporation divi- dend proposed by tbe jiresl- dent was reached today by the house ways and means committee Democrats. The tentative mea- sure wcruld put hearler taxes on all individual Incomes over inheritances over left to of the profits that a corporation makes above 8 or 10 per cent on 1U and on corporation incooae July 25 Sur rounded by the admin istration's tax plan neared bill lonn today amid authoritative predictions that the president would have to in- tervene to make sure got what he wanted The house ways and means com- mittee remained on the edge oC revolt against his suggestion that the meas- ure include s graduated corporation income tax ranging irozn to per cent. One man close to the president remarked that may fiave to call them down there and turkey to them to get them to agree with him the dispute over the question of exemption for charitable contributions by corporations to be one of the most vigor- ous n the wbole struggle President Roosevelt was standing by his pro- nouncement that such exemptions should not be allowed HU view was that the donations amounted to the purchase of good will. Just as a representative of three welfare was insisting that to bar these would te a to private welfare cgencles and would mean back to the horse and buggy days of prt- This opinion was ex- pressed by Alkn T. executive of Ctunxminity Cheats and Inc. 'heads of the National Confer- -encsrof Cftthdtlc aid of National Ctoundl of Jewish Federa- tions also backing the tax ex- It was reported that Demo- crats on tJve ways and means commit- tee already have voted tentatively to include such an exemption in the new Ux bill. Kep. McConnack Intro- duced some lime ago a bill permitting corporations to donate 5 per cent net Income As for-the graduated corporation income tax a poll en the of such a levy was being conducted by Chairman Douchton K. C He declined to discuss but It was Tmm to Page Ebie Janis Badly Hurt When Auto Hits Truck T July 25 sle Janis. former stage star and cf the A. X. was in condition today as the result of a motor crash lan night her husbandf OUbtrt Wilson Kiss Janis was taken to a hosp4Ul by fiing motorists. Physicians not immediately Determine whsther snt suffered a Irmctured skull or eon- cusalcn of the brmin they Her condition was described as but not Wilson able to leart tbs hospttal after his wounds were dressed. Tbe automootit in which Janis acd husband riding crash- ed into the rear end of a truck Ex-Editor Dies From Hinesa Due to Heit July 1C. former Cincin- nati. OertlMixl. sxd lUnaas Oty newspaper disd early today WM Attntnrud to illnesj on tjy hct la tfctat Hopkins had been real officer of UM Central Trutt company ben. Prrrioualr he serrtd M aging editor of tbe of Kansas City and of UM ClndniuU Post. Seeks Annulment As Groom Of 10 Days Is Really Girl Considered Handsoisie Yovaf MM u4 AcccpUUc Before CeraMMy to CkiU Picber. OkU-. who was cceitidcred a TTTJ ixnzog scan aad a very ec- by ccunerww Picfatr today act to be a woen- an. zauc2i 5o tbe r otf 30 days. name Dolores is 23. dark and glren to male atlire. is vcmU Tfcirtex off Giienm. Kan They wwr ajarrted t7 WsJttr it July 35 5uw ibey dlscsvcry to but mUlred la Her best two- coroner son coat and txcro- etr. aoet Miss ai ft dance at Baxter Kan. fix weks tgo was wlUa ft Picber trtend abe bera diUaff for a and the girl was iauoducfd to Uiss Anther. A wbtrlwtnd courtrttfp crx2 tlae trip to the ofDcc csted Hsres absent Irom Wbfn tto- eraser tbe her to ft nst 1 1 sttire or town. 5bf was empfeyed as 'a cleric ia s trut gave up tbf bet tremors ftad leTt town with Km who bad cqeae to COG- ault her HfT only ot tne qaKrade vms Uut as s child ed wrjj wtsrs bcjOi nttre ideas d GIRL WALKING ON HIGHWAY KILLED WHEN HIT BY AUTO Local Boosters Join Motor Caravan Today Scheduled For Conference Governor Davey Relative to Improvement of Route 40 Oood roads representing cities and villages in Belmont MmkiEgum and Licking counties converged on Co i urn bus Thursday afternoon where they will at 3 30 o'clock with Gorer nor Martin Darey relative to financing the improvement of National highway from the Ohio-West Virginia line west to Hebron A sLzahle local delegation was met h-re shortly after noon by Croupe from Guernsey and Belmont ccunties from cities west o Zanesville Joined the caravan as along Ths local and eastern groups sembled in South fourth this section of the thoroughfare bcini blocked off throughout the CITY ACTION KEPT SECRET It Is Council Fight Will Not Go t3 Courts tht aame hair-trigger fi denneaa that brought the recen counci'cnanlc quiet descend ed on the scene today as the admin latration appeared to have the situa tton well in although refusin to divulge the course it will punru in attempting to unseat Charles Barren as councilman de an 'Ralph J. Christ as clerk An air of mystery surrounded th administration's pians although was more or less definitely deter mined that the matter will not be to court Other th nature of which have not been dl seem to be more adequat and free from complications it was indicated. City Solicitor B E. offered nothing constructive for publication today. Neither did Mayor William Wetherald nor Safety Director E Graham President Charles Wiltshire of city council shocked the mayor s legal talent no end an an adjourned ing of the solona Tuesday nigh after numerous ballots had been cast for Barron and Eug each vote ending In a dead took it himself to ru Barren as conmcHnum de a move in discoid pro iona erf the city bold that members of coonciL shall nil any Tacancy that occur. The res IgnsUcn of James Justus caused th current vacancy. administration likewise contends that Christ unlawfully inasmuch Altert Basehart had withdrawn his resignation previously tendered. Hold Councilman For Violating Own PostvUle. la July a poor law that wont fit ths men who make it. Hence city councilnaen here or- dered the arrest or City Council- man B. W. who operates a when tney found him violating a recently passed ordi- nance requiring midnight clos- ing of stores Saturday nights. Falb will be tte fel- low council men since he's the first arrested. StOlman to Deny Relief When Work Refused July C. C. fsderal relief ftdmtnisirator for loday announced he would fellow ia lia- with the federal gov- ernment's prcgrmm in Ofcjo in oeny- ing aid to relief cUenU who refuse work offered. persons cfferta work will be Immediately cot from tbe reUef 8U12man said. StUlman also said no condition ex- isted in Onio aiznustr to tbe far west wheat belt wbere workers hsrt refused to take the fields to ssUd 75 per cent of Ohio's rvllet list U taken from Industrial areas where iDdustry is main scnzrce of Panning activity makes up a small part of relief problems and placement of mta en firming Jobs is A slight task in comparison with other relief it WM pointed Sow of Mussolini Enter African Service Rome. July Two young of Pteaer Benito iluseolini be- came officers in ifceir Bst African air force today. Vlttorto Iff. after a lew train at so army sir s designated a Ueutecaat la the atr corps. Ru brotber. Bruno. WM made a botn as- to tbe bocnbartlsirnt cups East Oned for Ksst all Itaiy aed to bftci U Dace's ctaad Africa by soz papers ccofled at ttoe action ot Japanese a to that laJy svbazjdoa axy ag gi tssivt poUctes towvd Regretted to Part With Silver Dollar Xew Jttfr as aa Jar a tiaf- tSolsUozu Re fad Joat paper doaars aa old silver doOar. lo part with said. H be drcv tbe snooty Tnis SIJrfT doQsr brousj for mazy rears. that prospects brigtit lor taining funos for proposed by special would not per mit perking at either curb C L. general chairman of tbe local tcda ob- im provement through state and federal channels. Several small sections of the high way between the points Involved Havi been widened during thft lest years but most of the route Is nar row end hazardous to traffic been caused by the and the ening program will serve to remedy thLs situation. The Muaklngum county committet' men to the conference are C. L A P Earl Montgom ery ajid H. R. Belmont coun- Earl M. E Hey and Paul and Guernsey county. 8 C. J B Stewart C ZUis Forrest Firestone snc P. C Knox. Among those keenly interested In the proposed project is A P Rcgge chairman of restaurant and hQ' tel men's group. Improvement of thi National highway is of vital import ance to every restaurant and fcote operator along the route. LIGHTNING KILLS HURTS OTHER One person was another in jured and. widespread damage result Rd as electrical storms raged in scit- tered Ohio areas night and early totfty Lightning killed Tfaurman Kigger near Lancaster. The boi knocked the bey from a wigon in which riding in a field The frightened team cf ran away. Mrs of Columbus was thrown from high stool and injured when lightning struck a tree in the midst of approximately TOO persona at Brush near Tjrtuna re than a score of persons nearby were stunned. Lightning damaged electrical sern- ce and plunged tie town of Wood- stock and tbe Brush Lake resort into darkness Ure broke out during a storm at Jackson and destroyed the Ohio Quartz company plant Company officials esturutted the Iocs at Canton's business area strecta were flooded from curb to curb and more than 200 automobiles were stalled in downpour of cloudburst propor- tlotis It was esUmated tfait 2 inches of rain fell In less than an hour Wccstcr reported a total orernight n infill ot the heaviest fill in one day since 1904. Shoot Man Sought For Killing Officer July man hunted As the of Police Ser- geant Lev shot down by a posee on tbe highway west of Crveley this He opened fire on ref to and after one shot a bullet to the cUnck him down. Deny Fraud In Effort To Obtain Contract July cf tHrest men oC using the to by fraud a contract to build a post- otTice. was due to reach a federal court jury here today. WiUiazn Dow Joiinsoa and P. W. cf tue W. Johnson Ccn- strucUoa denied late yesv- tfcat Owy had any part tc ar- ranging to obUln tbe contract by The government charged third defendant. Orrule sorzzigtd for tbc cotapanr be predated at la fact St was too isvtsi to be coosaderecL Oow be malted tbe ktser CQ Xcrmaber ML 1934. Tbe days Uter. Wife of Deposed Episcopal Bishop Dies 2S Bradlcrt of Rogers Is Dead Colonel Henry N T July 35 Huddlrtton Rogei Inheritor cf one of the Urge fortunes m-de in the Standard Ol died today at the South amptoii hOftpiUl He had been In 111 health since last October. nho 55 years was taken to the hospital two ago from his Southampton summer liome lor s blood transfusion Col Rogers son of the H- H a vice president of the Standard OU com ponies for years and a chief aide Tor John D Hockeleller in the develop- ment of the vwt suffered pneumonia last October ADMITS KIDNAP STORY IS HOAX Columbus Man Made Bet H Could Crash to Face Charges Ot Julr Boo- crt C Columbus saleB coun- confessM today his story or being kidnaped and held prisoner Cleveland was untrue. He said told tins story to Cleveland police las' to win a. bet thst he could his on -ttont within 72 oosv ot leas than Immediately after Byers Informed newspapers of the he was vum moced to the office of s A chief cf Columbus detectives If be would place a charge against Byers. Scully said- ra listening his story now and will decide that later. Cleveland police officials said they would file a charge against. Byers In that city if a charge wai not lodfed against him here. Tn a letter to a Columbus newspa- per Byers disclosed hU plot to gain IlTst-page newspaper space by telling a falsehood to police. Missing Home Finally Discovered By Woman St. Paul. July A A. Smith has found her Tnitslny two-story house. The houw was condemned bj the city because of improper sewage but Mrs. Smith SJLTS the condition was corrected. She went to look st tin bouse found weeds where it once stood. Investigation disclosed tie dtr had sold the 78 by 14 feet JjulM- ing to a wrecker for and the latter had mored it 10 miles. Clerks Liibfe For Violating Saks Tax Law Columbus. July clerks who any provision ox the tsjc law xoay be prosecutsxi officials of tbe sales x dirtxion today. The oincUls that where examiner obtains tending to show the or store has violated the Isw or to bring about a tbe chSLrge would Kw filed sgainrt tbe pro- prietor. In cases where law Is viols and the examiner unable to Im- plicate tbe slate tbe Trill named Uie of- Hdais smid. Kenton Girl On Visit in Noble County Is Victim Tragedy Late Wednesday fr BODY IS BADLY MANGLED Driver of Death Car Blinded By Approaching Lights Is Absolved From Blame July mud yesterday the tarty Struck by an automobile and horri bly battered when the wheels directly over her Miss Kather ine 18f killed on Route 78. between OUT and at 10 o'clock day evening She had been visitin at the home of a Mrs Arth' Olive. Richard so of Mr. and Mrs. William Ollv driver of the was exon 'crated of all blaine by Sheriff Clln ClUCUB The tragedy occurred shortly afl Hayes and ha dosed their filling station here an started the return trip to their horn The girl WES walking toward Olivs o the- right side of Highway. m model Ford roadster struck the girl as tbe lights- of approaching machine Winded him. Sheriff Clucus And Deputy Moors were summoned auid after hearing at the sheriff's th Hayes boy was absolved of blacne girl sustained broken neck and fracture of both legs. Death was inatantan cous. Shft had arrived at the Keel July Iff. for a Ylsi FIGHT DIVERSION OF ROAD REVENUE July f leld' and Newark chanlber of com nrerce- joined -today opposition the bill. Governor Davey providing diversion of highway re if road refunders Henry Z secretary of ttfe Springfield and secretary of the frou Id meetingr of fiY counties .would be held la Aug and in Aug. t to open tbe fight against the meas ure. Senator James i Matthewsr ot Euon favors action iJnrt and Rep. 8. A. An Licking told th 2f group he would the pro- test. Anderson county under the measure would aake to contribute in Id years te refund In about six counties The other coun he in the same poel tlcn. Anderson. tho of the law and a cout test The r eprejentatlVB unteered to speak at the protest Willey mid. Legion Not Represented In Davey July 23 Konold. state comnumder of tfee American said today that the egioa will not bt represented in InvMtJfatkjn. by Governor Party's coimalttee of conditions st Sol- diers' Bailors' at Commander Kcmold smid that the has appointed R. O. of WUllazn of said Favret. of to makt an independent ixrrestigatloci ol expenditures tad. conditions at home. Konold that tbe com- mittee would make its formal report at tbe state legiati convention at August 25. Konold said committee will stan work next 'After tbe committee has pieted InvestlcaUooa it will be to confer wim Ooremor Konold seld. Louisiana Congressmen To Drive Huey Out Of Office Opponents AHo Cupiiigsi to Pit Him Out of Force lasw At January Ifpw July tbe Bury P. Uxuic cppoedUGQ today la a drive to r roan ofTke and t pany. off ttoe coogrtteaaen are line exposition was uaOer wsor t a wfecre tlM five tX was to redra tint bisbop. died Vwtey cptory- v- j- idK wHJ be a ta9 mOnotr oxsaOp. snTCring orrr ___A fjr.. inaDoa ibe txxy bcpe was ordered brt by a eeftjt t C5evciaixl 3 T. Jofca SaudUn. Xama aDd RUfy J. tsvsfti a j Long traatcf te tbe Fun-mi rrrricrs wiU be beM 4 does Jar tbe m. CundsjE. JpJe of in his had cefetnOtd tlwtr oen Ian Itmrn ber wcrt Sbe Ured in ecrmies off aI3 vlth Loss's po- M of party.- Hv-V hajoxd tlw tbat tbe reJt ticket TrtH vweep la and cad m political regbae tbat lus been at si axad shame 10 sute and tbe Tbe pUnned to ZxnxteUna Democracy two tongas Democratic atrf OBUO- Cadi wilj have a fan ta wQ2 vend a Ta Uif Drsocratfe which wiU roros tbe cxm- Al cosrreauoe OKTC a Long and aa climbed aboard the tssflwapjoo qf hU here The remains were remored to Jo- undertaking mnd prepared for and will to sent to Kentou for funeral services attd Tbe TTung voman formerly been at the Ohio theercer and Prowbtat restaurant at 1934 PENNANT TO BE Gala Program Prior to Series Opener With Akron keea Tonight Amid flttinf ceremonies sponsoetit by the local lodge the vUls Greya1 Middle At Untie pennant TTOH last fair in play-off with the Dayton hoisted to full mast Oil the ter field pole at the nam tonight shortiy after 8 only charter of tbe local and one of 2anetTlUe's known diamond will raiM huge purple and white pennaat. Itr4 Oeis was so honored one year when tbe 1A33 ionfalon was raleeC The back ftooj which carried them to Akron encounter Yankees JA rthe rlsstl it of sport will be present for tlM caslon. indudinj FrtsMlcnt Dally and hk HusswU AocsU enbury of the Middle Atlantic President Alva Bradley of the Cttxi lend baseball club-. BUJy eral Judfe w. O. of tin TuUooal of Professional Baeeball George presidsnt' of baseball head of the Fftttooal Prof Pootbell and with the Roy local will serre master oc and win Introduce the clals present.' the occasXxi wiU be enliv the nreeenoe of Concert which win offer 1 cert-at o'clock su tftt pennant rr Mernbtdra of the wbo pertlctpeted in tbe rentlcn at OoiumbMJ test tn ELks from Tartons an pUnninc to brothers in the sremony a btj FoUowing the s4 field events wHl twcen spsmditst and Akron Austria oC U xugiErated tribute to sThSJtlbett Ikflfam in hU chsmcetierj a ssj of abortivt JYazl rrrolt. In eveijf church Isi tbst in his honor m. a. field meet was head at of U2 t hsOf aisait. mounted by cf nxxardlnf At p. m. a- at which DoUTuss a to hare died oo a coach bi tbe i of his watcbed by Ussl who eelued the bufldlng. then i w0 minute sUence. AU Urity was halMI aad eresi For lO a3 chnrcbea 1st UM oovcatry and as rtnglny sv tl te was Hred by UM fvasi ot mrtSUery DocKsta Each Min Strati and Quit FkM lalv 25 Aiaissi snct soad a aew a each Sis IrTt HeiS tat csbtSMt of two days sfo la ebamoer. n snoiaf Cavl ttat a senator WM state mf frca tbe cKAvdy. dsv. Hot arack   

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