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   The Zanesville Signal (Newspaper) - April 20, 1944, Zanesville, Ohio                        FOOD PAGES CLASSIFIED ADS AND COMICS THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Thursday Evening, April Page Thirteen SECOND SECTION Police News----- Pair Implicates Third Man While Admitting Series of Burglaries Here Benjamin O'Neii of 833 Goddard avenue and Seymore Ansel, 28 North Fourth street, arrested by Newark police Monday on burglary charges, today told police here that they, together with Harold Agin, alias Harold Fisher, 23, of 121 North Fourth street, were responsible for eight burglaries and attempted break-ins in this city within the i >ast two weeks. Cadet Nurses Interview Girls In connection with recruiting ac- mitics of the Cadet Nurse corps, nine members of corps who are u aining at Good Samaritan hos- pital interviewed girls at St. Nich- olas. St. Thomas and South Zanes- high school this afternoon. A class will begin training July These nurses modeled three types nf cadet uniforms and explained the program of the corps. The uniforms modeled were the sum- mer and winter outdoor ones and the full dress school uniform. Nurses who visited the high n hools today were Margaret Mil- let. Dorothy Smith. Dorothy Gau- mer. Marjorie Casner. Helen Young. Betty Sherwood, Georgiana Maines, Dorothy Cassell and Hilm I'arder. Next Wednesday Marjorie Dir- kr.i, Mary Demko and Dorothy Bucy will visit Lash high school. Kormal Induction ceremonies for  .on. Constructive criticism of these was made by Richard Manning. Robert Warne, Wilbur Smith and Earl Carlton. "Word Associations" was the Hibject of the table topic which under the direction of Harry Ison. Each member of the club ;'irticipated.-Chet_ Sanders acteei -is Koneral critic and summarized HIP entire meeting. Donald Thomp was a guest of the club. President Wilbur Smith announ- cri that Earle Markert had been i iiosen as toastmaster of the next mooting. The club meets each Wed at the Y.M.C.A. ItFXETVES FUNDS Deputy County Auditor Ray Pin- nick today announced receipt o Sl.931.99 from the state as match- ing funds for county relief for Fcb- i nan-. 7ANKSVIT.LE LIVESTOCK Furnished nl noon dally by Provision compiny. Hogs steady: 1SO200 513-jO: 200-270 SI 70 parkins sows. 300- the steer; and heifers 51.1 50'-i K.jO: Rood light ivclRhts S14 30 medium cattle ?13 CKMJ 14.00 trimmers cood choice 513.00314.00; bulls 51"  y his companions, however, and s being held for investigation. O'Neii and Ansel told detectives hat Agin accompanied them when .hey bioke into the Savoy cafe, j'nderwood street, on Feb. 29, and made off with wine and cigarets valued at The two men clso admitted the following: Ransacking Hardcsty and Crot- zer filling station. Linden avenue and Park street, April 12: attempt- ed burglary Ernest Fischer jewelry store. North Seventh street, April L2; attempted break in at Carl Bumbaugh cafe, 753 Putnam ave- nue, April 11; theft of S3 in change [rom Walter Hoffer grocery store, 511 Underwood street. April 11; theft of tobacco from Leo Archer grocery, 517 Underwood street, on April 11; theft of wine and cigar- ets, valued at from John Tan- oury cafe, 601 Underwood street, April 7, and attempted burglary at Stone's Grill, South Sixth street, April S. O'Neii and Ansel, together with Leonard Everspaugh of Newark, were held to the Licking county To Direct Drive John Woodward, above, man- ager of the Zanesville Theat- ers, Inc., has been appointed to direct the Fifth War Loan drive in Zanesville. The cam- paign will open June 12. Board 4 Lists Men Accepted Muskingum county selective Parents of Two Service Men Receive Purple Heart Medals The parents of two Muskingum county service men have received the Purple Heart medal In honor of their sons' bravery in action, it was made known today. John Thomas Hanifan. fireman who was killed in action in the Solomons April 7. 1943, has receiv- ed this medal for meritorious serv- ice posthumously. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanifan of 629 Park street. Mrs. Zetta Dick of Hopewcll has received the Purple Heart medal from the war department in honor of her son, Pvt. Robert B. Dick. Hanifan Dick who was reported missing in action Feb. 17, 1943, at the battle of Faid Pass. Pvt. Dick entered service Oct. having arrived overseas in February of 1942. He was among the first troops to land in North Africa. He was employed at the American Rolling Mill Company plant prior to his induction. Home Front forecast. Compounds Help to Relieve Scarcity of Insecticides By ANN STEVICH NEA Staff Correspondent little and too late" may be the picture on all-over supplies of rotenone this year. A pre-war housewife might have guessed vaguely that rote- none was something to take off finger-nail polish. Now some Victory gardeners have made this precious dust insecticide a household word. Department of Agriculture (been able to think of a way to do t. When irons first appear there be hundreds of people who really need an iron for every one on the market. First quota of new irons totaled instead of the two million promised. Donald Nelson, WPB chairman, says more will follow ivhen places cars be found to make :hem where" manufacture won't interfere xvith war production. sect-killer specialists say In- that (gardeners will 'probably get the 1.IVKSTOCK MAKKKTS Ml 23.- slow, steady on Rood and choice wrlchlnK 180 Ib. and weak in lower on lighter welRhts. >'lth most decline on sizable supply mrillum crade llRht weights: sows top S13.S5 very sparingly: bulk and choice 21O-270 Ib. S13.73S 2SO-330 Ib. S13.25J? 13.50. heavier wishts .scarce, few pod choice 170-190 Ib. 13.r-0: and choice 130-170 Ib. medium ci-ndc.-: 160-200 Ib. Sll.OO approximately 3.000 unsold, pirtly common and medium Rrade un- Cattle 1.000: centrally -y market on fed steers and year- some weakness on lleht weight mi-dlnm grades turning 00 down- nothing strletlv choice here. around S16 30: shipper demand broad: hulk .steers S14 -rat loids J16.10 and 510.30: stock :le rtiill: heifers steady, scarce: beef lower: ranners and cut- weak: bulls and generally weighty sausage offerings to nmi down. Sh-vp higher asking prices trade: cwl and choice fed no5icrn lambs held to J1C50 in-l a llsslr above, mott bids steady: ac.iln very srorcc: late two loads good and choice SR Ib rn lambs. No. 1 and 2 peltt mostly 2 sold SH.OO. I'KOIMTi; MARKKT-: O.KVKI.AND   Roller unw- I'M. IT. AA -Sl'rr. M A -sic: B W1.c. craving PS Jnitter A -sic: B Kccs; 2J.240: t-' 5 Jo Sff; 13. S. Vv; standards i. 3ix-c: current n dlrsln checks 2Sr. CKAIN HICACO Wheat ln grana jury unaer oona 01 each on charges of burglarizing the Hulshizer Milling company and the Brown Produce company at board NO. 4 today announced the names of registrants who left yesterday for Fort Thomas, Ky., for induction break on the limited supply. Rotenone was put up in small ackages and sent on its way o garden supply dealers before it Detectives here said that if the men are not convicted on the Newark charges, they will be brought to this city for army. They were: Paul Lorimer Kirke, South Zanesville: Edgar Allyn Hoopes, South Zanesville: Robert obvious that much of the upply of the raw root from South America would get here too late o be processed and used this sea- Stat on: O'Neii at present is on probation from common pleas court on a burglaray charge, while Agin is on parole from Mansfield reformatory, police said. Detectives were to c o n t in u e questioning Agin this Wagner. South Zanesville; David Earl Williams, Roseville. Charles William Tyson, South Zanesville; Glen Elmus Davis, Ridge road: Robert Russell Brook, Woodlawn avenue: Charles Christopher Angler. Roseville: _some cases you can stretch de rotenone supply by using a ompound, and still see to it that nrects don't do away with the re-ults of your labor. Such sub-tances as lethane and cryolite vere used in rotenone mixtures Benny Norris of 1546 Hartman, 943 West gardeners last year. Your ealer can advise you on what road, reported to police today that he was robbed of in cash Lester Emett Wofter. profit from various cinds of insect protection. night while in a cafe on Lee street. The man told the officers he had the money in his bill fold, and that someone apparently picked 2: Chester Arthur Foele-song. Roscville, Route 2; Carl Franklin Milner. Roseville, Route 2: Clive O. Dills. Roseville. Route 1: Charles Thomas Youne. Food Distribution Admin-stration is sponsoring a "Big 3" program to get gardeners to give nost space to those most reward- crops tomatoes, greens and Samuel Lewis Grigsby. 24, of 720 Zanc street, pleaded innocent Clayton Grant. 1440 Mavsville avenue: Grover vegetables. Their slogan o keep you in the Victory garden renches'and foxholes all summer morning in municipal court to a charge of assaulting his wife, Grafton. Ky.: Everett Alden Moody. Roseville: Roy Gailen De-Voll. Navarre. Route 3: "Keep 'em growing 'til it's nowing." He was fined and costs yesterday on charges of intoxication and resisting arrest, and today was fined S10 and costs for disorderly conduct. He was arraigned on the three charges yesterday, but Cooper. Roseville. Route 2. Charles William Kinney. Route 1; Ralph Burton Kirkman. Mas-sillon: Zalmon Francis Dalton. Barnesville: Myron Eugene Ford, Roseville, Route 1: Leonard In the Fire Some form of rationing of the ew electric irons on their way to be made for civilians is not out of he question in War Production Board plans. So far no one has tence was deferred on the Zanesville. charge. Grigsby was sen ing out his fines in the county jail, when Lyle Swingle. Roseville. Transferred was: Clinton Leroy Wheeler. South to Offer assault charge was filed against him. Hearing on the charge has been set for TO MEET Muskingum County Society The case of Edward Klass, 19. of G14 Zane street, charged with abandoning his wife, was taken under advisement this morning following hearing in municipal Age Pensioners will meet at 'i o'clock Saturday afternoon at Townsend hall at 43 North Fourth street. State officers' reports will be made. All members arc urged to take their sales tax The Nazis seem o be getting ready to proclaim some kind of "Magna Charta" for Europe, with the double purpose of >crsuading Europeans their best rhance of escaping post-war social economic chaos will be under New York Stock leadership while convincing the impoverished German masses they won't have to go bol- (Quotations at 2 P. M.) Gen Electric r-5'ilSafcway .Stores to get social justice. F u r n s hlcld b> 1 Foods Dlst in this direction are rill Lynch. Pierce. Fcn-ner Bcane. local Motors 56H Gillette Razor Simmons Co in discussions of the post-war fice Masonic temple bulldlnK- T c 1 cphonc 657-658. Air Reduction Co 19V Goo'drlch 43'4 Goodvear -Sl'-i Gt N'orth pfd 31 Gulf Oil Vacuum Southern Pacific 'J81' Southern Railway 231 Sperry Corp 2-.' Stand Oil of Cal appearing in the provincial German press and also in the 17-point program recently drawn up bv Quisling economists and socia Allied Mill? 31 Atlas Oil of Ind from all parts of Europe Aillcd Stores Chalmers Motors Sri> Illinois Central OH of N J Stone Webster a conference in Bad Salzbrunn Amcr Enc Tile Copper Bad Salzbrunn. which is sit- Amer Loco JS-> Am Power A Light Harvester Int Nickel Texas Co in Silesia relatively rcmott Am Radiator Tel 6 Tel Gulf Sulphur the threat of Allied bombs Am Smelting 36'n Am Steel Fdy -TO-. Kroner Groceries Llbby Owens Plate Pacific L 9; Tide Water Assoc 34-Tlmken Roll Bear 44 followers could discuss the post-war social structure oi Am Loco Del Axle Am Tobacco B 61 Am Rollins Mill Carb 22l. Locus Inc Carbide Union Oil Calif frankly aimed at some- do pfd Aircraft Pacific "halfway between "the dis- Anaconda Copper Alchlson Atlantic Rcf 17-i, Louisville A Nash K2'i Mack Truck Aircraft 27' United Corn United G 1 methods of the capitalistic social welfare policy and the Ax la t Ion Corp Glenn L S Playlnc Card anti-social slogans oi Baldwin Loco Baltlmoic k Ohio   A Western Auto Sup Marxism." Their 17 point program accordingly looks like a compromise between the 1936 Stalin constitution. President Roose- Boeing Aircraft Dairy Prod Union "four Britain's Borden DIM Air Brake housing and social secur- BrlRgs Mfg -V. Kclv Eler W1 White Motors 21 plans, the principles of the Naz V Y Central For instance: Chrysler Motor Am AUMlon North Amor Sheet Tube. four of the program crn- Col Gas E'cc Pacific YORK "the right to work of ev- do Pfd Com Solv Comm South American Packard Pennev Co J C Cvanamld B 33' Am Gas citizen." which sounds a little like Stalin's constitution. Poinl Consolidated KdLson Corp stresses the right of cvcr> Sinclair Oil '2S Continental Can Cnla Phrltw Dodcr W1'. nktltiu Serilce Electric IVod lo "cdcquate living mnanc nf Chit-Chat Washington Roundup.. Bogus Coupons Hit Gas Supply WASHINGTON, tO "Hof coupons are threatening the na lion's civilian gasoline supply. Shad Polier, director of gasoline ration- ing enforcement for the office o; price administration, estimates gallons daily are being traded by "black market" opera- tors end that if the black market is "allowed to grow, it will become a serious threat to the whole war effort." Chief trade is in "C" cou- pons, at 50 cents each. Overalls A bi-partisan group of senators joined today in demanding that overalls, the traditional uniform of America's farmers and indus- trial workers, shall not vanish from the earth. Many legislators have been receiving complaints that work clothes no longer are available in sufficient number. The situation is so bad, says Senator Butler (R-Ncb) farmers "have to wear their dress clothes while they do their work." Lend-Lease Chairman McKeilar iD-Tenn) of the senate appropriations commit- tee promises an eorly re- port on the committee's investiga- tion of lend-lease expenditures. Senate approval of extension ot the is virtually assured. The house yesterday voted exten- sion by 334 "to 21. (Rep. P. W. Griffiths, Marietta, was among the 21 to vote against extension of lend-lease.) Coal Approximately 70 per cent ot the soft coal operators arc expect- ed to ask war labor board permis- sion to pay miners an pgreed per man as back pay for under- ground travel time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Soul of Cleveland have returned to their lome after spending the past two veek's with Mrs. Soul's mother. Mary Hess of 1063 Linden avenue. John McManaway of Ml. Vernon s visiting his daughter. Mrs. Ern- est Fisher of Fisher's lane and will irobably spend the summer with icr. Mrs. Bertha Evans of Frazeys- >urg road attended the reception nt Roseville. Tuesday, given by Miss Irma Gobel, department presi- dent of the local Women's Relief -orps. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nicholson of 1422 Stanton avenue, returned to their home after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collins of Cumberland. Other guests in the home were Mrs. Bernard Naylor of Modesto, Calif., and Mrs. How- ard Bradley and son Howard and daughter Jane of Akron. Mrs. Franklin Burnworth. who is spent the past nine months with her husband at Camp Bark- ley, Texas, has returned to make her home with her grandmother, Mrs. E. H. Talley of 1507 Linden avenue. Bateman Ambulance. Phone 94. Mr. and Mrs. James Sprout of 915 Ohio street, have returned af- ter visiting Mr. Sprout's mother. Mrs. W. O. Sprout nf Pleasant City, now a patient at Swan hos- pital, Cambridge. Her condition is reported as slightly improved, Mr. and Mrs. William Krebs and daughter have returned to their home in Dresden after spending the winter in Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Thankful Bowe. depart- ment secretary of the W.R.C. was overnight guest recently in the home of Mrs. Bertha Evans of Fra- zeysburg road. Mrs. Evans serves as department treasurer and both attended the reception and ban- quet given by Miss Irma Gobel of Roseville on Tuesday. Mrs. Bowe left Wednesday for her home at Chagrin Falls, O. Pfc. Ted Camden has been trans- ferred from Gulfport Field, Miss, to Maxwell Field, Montgomery Ala. He is spending a furlough with his mother. Policewoman Lena Camden of Norwood boule- vard. Corp. Walter Pfeifer of Camp jlordon, Ga.. is spending a seven- day furlough with his wife at 1144 Putnam avenue, Mrs. Marty Winters and her children, Marty Jr. and Mary Ann of Columbus, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfeifer of North Sixth street. Technical Corp. Walter Pfeifer is spending a seven-day furlough with his wife and his parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Pfeifer of North Sixth street. )resden Man Sent to Penitentiary :or Issuing Worthless Checks Here James Lacy of Dresden was sentenced to Ohio peni- eniary this morning after he pleaded guilty in common pleas court to two charges of issuing worthless checks. He vas arrested March 16 and was indicted by the April grand ury on the txvo counts. Four other persons, with felo- ies. were placed on probation for hrce years after pleading guilty. They were: Murl Godby. burg- ary and larceny at Sears, Roebuck nd company store; Elmer Wheel- r. theft of 5361 from Pauline Gib- on at Roscville; William Seevcrs. heft of truck owned by Putnam icrap Iron company, and Eugene theft of rings, valued at ;95, owned by Mrs. Alfred Lan- iing. Seven persons who pleaded in- locent to charges were: Homer Grandstaff, burglary and larceny t Sears, Roebuck and company tore: Carl Drumm and Blanche "inley, grand larceny at A. E. Starr company store; Maynard Bradford, theft of household goods, at S151.50 from his mother, Bertha Bradford; Harold Davis, auto, theft, assault with intent to and grand larceny: Richard larmon, burglary and larceny at Corn Products Crudblc Pti Troc 6 Gam Curtlw Wrlsht do A Del A Hudson IXmclx; Alrrrift IJupont Kler Auto V. Pub Sv N J IT Pure- Oil...... 271. Radio Corp Co rc> is4; J5S do ffi lers and a( j post-war housing and freedom other words, jcood Pharlt Tire Rubber Kmter Wheel 31S JVpubllr Stert Reynolds Sprlnc Iron 1.1 1.1 rfd. 32 I from want. Woman Injured When Struck by Auto Ida German, 68-year-old Hope- well resident, was injured late yesterday afternoon when struck by an automibile as she crossed Market street near Fifth street, police reported today. The machine, police said, was driven by Colia M. Adair of Both- csda hospital, and was being back- ed from a parking space when it struck the woman. She was treated for bruises at the office of a physician and taken to her home. Dresden Class Pfey To Be Given April 28 The senior class play of Jef- ferson high school at Dresden will be proicnted at o'clock Friday evening. April 2S. instead of tomor- row evening as it was announced yesterday. Eleven member's of the class xvill lake part in the play. "A Husband For Sale." No Liquidation, Briton Declares to I hlchrr. X Point 13 stresses the more abun- dant life, specifically sufficient Jime for leisure and the pursuit of cultural activities The four- teenth point emphasizes ihc ne- 'cejoiiJy of applying "the principles sion of throwms Jhe British of Jhe MX-ialirtic order" to induf-lmomvcl.ith nf With the Sick Mrs. Jessie Dickson of Young Hickory is reported improving aft er undergoing a major operation Tuesday at Bethesda hospital. Mrs. Carl Brock of 715 Harve> street, who has been seriously il following an operation at Bcthssda hospital, is slightly improved but i: still not able to receive visitors. Charles Gille of 1208 Ridge ave nuc. who has been ill at his hom< for the past three weeks, is mproved. Miss Golriie Duscnberry of 120? Ridge avenue is improving from ai operation for appendicitis which she underwent at Bethesda hos- pital Saturday. Miss Dusenbcrry is employed at the Hazel-Atlas Glass company No. 2 plant. J e n i 1 e e Swope. six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wen dell Swope of 2015 Norwood boulc vard. is recovering today at he; home from a severe injury to he: left eye sustained last night when struck by a bottle. She was playing with a group of youngsters nea her home at the time. Births Mr. and Mrs. George A very o Roscville. a daughter at Bethcsd hospital. April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Chadwel of Philo. a daughter, at Bethcsd hospital, April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Pidcock n Glenford, Route 1. a daughter, a Bethcfda hospital, April 20. Deaths HUFFMAN. Samuel B.. 75. near Sonora. at Bcthcsda hospita April 19. 
                            

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