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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio                                In of Big for Armco Avenue Puts City m Darkness 17 Minutes Always First Fair FEBRUARY 17, cloudy today and Tuesday 4 T 4 ILLNESS OF Detective Ora Slater Again KM SLEUTH IS Churches All DEMANDS OF FRANCE TO KEEP DELEGATES USY WITH FIGURES Men Accused by Boy and Who in Turn Accuse Each Other Difficulty in cutting in a new station at the Linden avenue plant of the American Rolling Mill to furnish approximately to the big brought about a tion which a complete pension of electrical current in the downtown district of Zanesville and in South Zanesville for a period of approximately 17 minutes early day The new increases 1C" times the Armco Church under 50DY OF VICTIM OF CRIME STILL MISSING Lights just went ices which were just also sat In darkness while pi- anos were played at the Imperial and Quimby Main street was in total darkness except for countless automobile headlights which gave an eerie glow through the Telephone operated on was maintained and hundreds of calls sought the source of A. M. superintendent of men had labored all day Sunday to get everything in readiness to in on the main power lines serving in making the an automatic at the mg in South -had failed to function properly and a workman had to be dispatched to the to restore the It took the man just 17 minutes to get the line back to It is further said a switch had been thrown improperly at the new sub- 1UC5 way were suspended and the j substations and new 1-nes gallons sat in Theater j city in the past few months and n this stated thrown improperly at we new niht that the Ohio Power station at the Armco plant and company had been constructor time knocked out the second time and a workman was needed to restore vice at South Installation of the new at the sheet mill moans the tion of a smaller used by the company supplying the Armco plant in the past and the Ohio er company is now in a position to serve the steel plant with horsepower In A. F. manager of Armco said Sunday night the Installation of the new at the plant does not mean anything another line to serve the to electrify the local The Armco plant has been its own current and the the company venerating getting surplus electricity from Ohio Power compan Supt. said the j tion in service came only on the lines downtown and in South Other parts of the city were not ly Failure of the lighting system Zanesville to function properly day to many a occurrence a year ago when a piece i in Proposed Mediterranean Security Pact May Be Agreed To as Means of Inducing France to Pare Estimates of Tonnage Needed to Insure al in Radio Asks American To Be Patient of barbed wire was thrown over the j high tension causing Seek Shorter Postal Hours Opportunely Found to Tell of Seeing Auto Leave Scene of Crime Rescue 39 From Grounded Ship But 17 Still On Board Wearing a Fortune Feb. Lifting of the heavy fog 16 from the 0-, Feb. ve Ora Slater of Cincinnati to Wooser for a second at- to solve the perfect of Melvin who vanished his Orrville Dec. 27, 1923. i j if the earth had opened and en- j his tiny This time Slater has tangible ie first to appear in an Investigation lat already has covered the better irt of 14 He is grilling vo men who have accused each of killing the He has a ess who swears to a single break in ie otherwise perfect counter charges I Earl 42, and Charles 52, who for three days have I accusing fingers at each other and ried did killed Quizzed Slater and his whose fth version of the disappearance of elvin brought his father and Conald ito the hands of the law for were taken to the courthouse the county jail today to be by Prosecutor Marion Special Prosecutor Walter J. Sheriff Clark Shearer and ther county Iia Deputy Marshal James announced that E. L. who told of seeing a car come of the private garage where Con- Id Hanna each say the Horst was will be brought to tomorrow Both and Hanna have denied anj of the whereabouts of the ody and each officers say ia c auto was not taker the garage the night Melvin is apposed to have been Was Afraid to Tell Johnson has been questioned sever times by He said he had told his story before because h Conald and claimed that h Conald in his house one was glaring at me in a men Johnson is reported t ave was surprised an Id not know he was In my Johnson said the car came out o ie garage about 7 p. m. which say was about an hour after n had been according to th of Conald and Hann said the car headed out th that leads to mill pon has been searched as a ble hiding place for the boy's Is expected that the pond and ad- creek will be dragged mouth of the Columbia river today disclosed the coastal liner Admiral Benson fast aground and 39 of the passengers and crew scattered along a three-mile beach on the Washington of the Three women and men remained aboard the vessel The Admiral a coastal liner San Francisco .to Attempts j by crews of Coast Guard cutters to feet a rescue failed until a beach to Have Tariff Iii of March the for hours for Uncle Sam's postal organizations ahe pictured above after f the National They have asked a f hours in the postal 48-hour howitzer cast a line aboard the ship early An attempt to land passengers by a breeches buoy proved unsuccessful when a Mrs. A. B. of was bruised severely in the A lifeboat was then launched from the Admiral Benson and a boat crew rowed 30 of the sengers to the The life boat followed the breeches buoy line until the last trip when re- turning the craft overturned in the choppy The rest of the passengers then decided not to the Rescue work will be resumed at 9' p. m. if an to float the sel is The boat is ing lightly but The shaft ley is taking a small of Steam has kept up and lights kept j Feb. The ship is lying about one by the senate into the law ter of a mile north of the north administration of the prohibition law jetty about 225 yards off is in prospect as an early TWO tugs were sent to the ment in the spreading wet and dry from Puget They controversy at the will attempt to float the Admiral The Judiciary committee will Benson at flood take up tomorrow the resolution of Marine however said Senator they did not believe the steamer proposing the inquiry into could be removed from tne grip ment of the 10-year-old dry the T Feb OT cruisers armed with 7.5 It is phase its the London naval conference i negotiations for it provided a faces the fifth week of its terranean or an Atlantic security pact without the presence of is approved Premier Tardieu of IWi Freedom of Seas whose policy seems chiefly to depend the rapidity of progress toward a j tne of the Though this on the limitation of 1 has been ruled off the the j French plainly desire to bring and perhaps would make a A disturbed political condition ln cession in tonnage for the chance to France and nn attack of grippe Discuss and more definitely define the ably will keep the French leader away rights of neutrals and belligerents in from London for at least a Qf Mediterranean Other Leaders Busy security which faded Into the Meanwhile Prime Minister background shortly after the Donald end Secretary of State I ning of the has been re- in conjunction with Foreign the character of the French Minister Grandl of and ex- It Is not a direct concern Premier Wakatsuki of will ol tbe united but it will draw continue tomorrow and throughout tne Americans into the conversations the week the informal conversations about it. begun last week for detailed study In of American diplo- of the French fleet tonnage the i The French demand for a total policy regard to active tons by the end of 1936 at I participation in present occupies the interest and at- agreements would ten tion of all the America's taking part in such a The other delegations will make use Kance of the time by to In the conference m Am m ing at his estate at s del egates resume their night after entertaining tne British I ttf toe s Reed of Pennsylvania broadcast to whether after other of Feb. j more than 500 committee and vidual amendments to the tariff acted the senate will endeavor o up its revision work this week with a view to passing and sending the measure to conference with the house early in Leaders of all factions ore anxious to have the long pending legislation last of the tasks for the special session thau ended in whipped into shape for final passage so the senate in Farm Board s Advice from Capper Feb. that private interests were distrust of the farm board nong farmers and farm Senator Capper of Kansas Ight urged the country to the board a and propaganda from selfish looks like two-way ie Kansas Republican said in n by the grain trade and s allies to frighten the business man id the the other to lade the farmers that the board is ot acting in their He expressed that the board i its work through co-operative was on the right 11! II IT Feb. and Cook county entered another week of financial chess today witn the county resolved to pay its em ployes in scrip and bankers and mer chants determined not to accept it. Emmett acting presiden of the county said today th 4 000 county workers will receive warrants of small de nomination Monday or Tuesday i lieu of their salaries from Dec. H expressed confidence in many stor owners taking the certificates at fac value in spite of the popular predic tion the employes will not be able L cash or bank them or trade them 10 food or Despairing of Immediate help iron the relief the county board Issue 658 in tax anticipation to other While there has been no The Admiral Benson's position is tion of on this similar to that of the freighter Laurel tion there were evidences today that which ran aground on Peacock Split summer and was battered to Ner The weather who frequently the the was ed that prohibition enforcement is The Admiral Benson lies mixed up with is chairman about a half mile farther shore of the judiciary Senator than the of. who has passengers from stranded some of the drys would favor it. Senator Republican en get down The tariff has been before the enate since September 9. Leaders n many occasions predicted senate long before but inter- of extraneous subjects have to delay final Republican and Democratic ains now look for passage by March 0. But if the measure is through be conference stage and ready for ber of the that saloons are running steamer met their predicament in the throughout the is a They laughed and joked vvith one another on the beach GANGSTER Feb. 26. Chicago was cap- tured early today by Detroit police admitted taking part in the i means conciliating the French America a summarized report of the have been the T present state of London lan powers could brought Counsels Patience The senator asked the American rant It was a sparkling that Senora O. D. pretty niece of the president of presented when she appeared in this garb at the annual costume ball of the Com- of One Hundred at Miami Fla. Diamonds trimmed her picturesque black taffeta he efforts President n dia- J she wore a diamond mond earrings and Senator Republican of the announced today policy toward the thus leaving tne issue up to the decision of the A substitute to the Wheeler resolution which called upon the up or the Western Union Telegraph dispatch to the White House by May 1 there will be many lifted eye Six weeks is the least leaders for reconciliation of differences between the two So com- plete has been the senate overhauling 3f the house passed last May 28, that some observers feel if there is to te a at all it will take at least two months for compromises in con- ference that would meet both house and senate House Republican already are preparing the wey for the tariff Chairman Hawley of the ways and means committee has fied agricultural and industrial in- as well as all house to send to the committee for con- sideration in the conference with the senate any additional data bearing on commodities on import levies have been raised or lowered by either committee to determine whether the law can be probably will be offered a view to confining the inquiry solely to whether the law has been The substitute is expected to attract company main office here last day warrants to at 80 Years Dies is Burning Home meet the long overdue payroll at an emergency meeting Campaign to Disarm Mexican Civilians MEXICO Feb. a to President Ortiz for taking pistols away n Feb. am 80 years old and became a hero Awakening to find his home being by he gathered up Is invalid Anna nnd her to Then he the blazing to secure a bag containing Is few Fifteen minutes tcr firemen found him on the Condition of Taft Remains Unchanged Feb. Th of William Howard Till us described ns In a tin Issued today by his physician trough the White The issued by Dr. and Dr. Thomas A. Clay ir Is no change In the condl on of the former chief Charles P. came o cm Cincinnati last night and lending the day with his NEW ALTITUDE ST. Feb. claimed another world's air recor when D. S. Mai mil. piloted a Burling N. a mean altitude of 27.350 TV record of for light held by Paul Baumer of tiny and withstood assault sine 1927. curried U one cl anil the other civilian oii detectives today stopped citizens in in jons and other public places and the pistols of those who nd no The campaign will be extended all ver the When the ent has recovered sufficiently to ect the he Intends to w the permits and to the Even congressmen will loss heir Only the police and will carry Los Angeles Greets Coolidges Today LOS Feb. When Mr. and Mrs. Calvin private citizens arrive here tomorrow for a visit to southern they will run Into a welcome that will compare with one that might be instead of Mr. Coolidge wrote to Postmaster P. P. O'Brien that he would prefer a unobtrusive an official reception com- will be headed by the Mayor John C. Lieut. Gov. H. A. Carnahan and ty and state Charles A. official greeter of the Chamber of stole a march on his fellow yesterday when he left for an eastern point in fornia to meet and escort the into Los One dred policemen were detailed to dle the throng expected when the ex-president arrives at a. m. greater Regardless of the decision of the judiciary committee toward the In- the senate too must act upon the resolution of This resolution is expected to be among the first of the prohibition issues to come before the senate when it squares off for the long-awaited wet and dry debate after disposition of the Senate drys also have given notice they are ready to vote on the resolution of Senator to repeal the 18th The passed by the house for transfer of the prohibition from the treasury to the justice ment is also before the judiciary com- and will receive attention House leaders have expressed some doubt that a favorable report would come from the judiciary committee the bills for repeal and i HYING UK TO DEM people not to be impatient for re- sults in results be- gin to they will come he The truth of this is held by most observers at the con- Senator Reed intimated that the London conference already had achieved enough constructive work line to guarantee a. pact of security the Mediterranean between Great via and the smaller the United States an informal tion It like the only straight out vote this session on prohibition will come in the ate on the repeal Overwhelming defeat of this tion is I SEE BY THE FIED ADS the Cone Shop on is for rent or A good proposition for That party is very anxious to locate Boston Bull missing since Dec. Valued as pet. That limited number of Telephone Guide Books and Criss Cross Directories are offered ut 25c party has G H. P. engine in A-l That you ran buy an extra good Jersey 5 years Due to freshen TRADES What have you that you like to perhaps someone has lust you would like to trade fnr A classified od In the Times Recorder Signal will find Just for Russian Soviet Closes More Churches Feb. tlie clamor of protests abroad against the closing of churches in Russia authorities in various parts o the country today ordered conversion of o. score or more additional synagogs and mosques grain ware etc. This action was officials de response to the masse demands of the In inos cases church bells were removed convert ted into metal for IN Feb. Hocking river was being dragged agai lii the belief that George Ko of Ohio may committed by N trace of has been fotin since he disappeared here last shortly after university m hi Customs Patrolman Acquitted of Murder Feb. ct J U. S. customs last night was acquitted by o. court jury of a charge of Gust Henry Wirkkula o. Falls while attempting to too his car to search It for liquor 25 illes south the Canadian border ost June 8.____________________ THE WEATHER cloudy and warmer light rain or snow along the ako Tuesday partly cloudy The disturbance that was near Cape Hatteras Saturday night has advanc d rapidly northeastward with great v increased being centra over the eulf of St. A sec mid disturbance of slight intensity 1 moving eastward over extreme south Pressure is also low the middle Rocky Mountain re and the northern The outlook for snow flurries o- In the lower Lake region an the northern Appalachian region an rain or snow on Tuesday i northern New the weather will be partly HE HOODLUMS IRE 1ESTED_JI_ Feb. payless policemen set a new record for arrests today In continuing their current war on More than suspects had been taken into custody in. a 24-hour riod ending early Three hundred and twenty-four known most of them ing police records and seven picked up while carrying were held for showup before The drive was companied last by a radical de- pression in Only 35, less than half the normal were Notorious gang leaders and continued to evade the net although district patrolmen and flivver crews joined detective bureau squads in combing the territories ed by the Nitti's and Bugs Under the system recently d by State's Attorney John A. ABOARD PRESIDENT EN ROUTE TO HOOVER'S TON Feb. President Hoover was headed back to work and cold weather today after a week of sport in the waters of the guu Hoover and Prime Minister ald in bringing the delegates of the five powers Some influential sections ol the British press today expressed and even at France's demand for more than 000 tons in fleet has not ruffled the British and American Though the French Insist M. dieu's figures an irreducible even a superficial analysis in- that a reduction of more than tons possible if France Is convinced that the political security she greatly desires can be bolstered by pledges given The French announcement ed 52 791 tons of battleships built before 1911 and tons of old LESS HIED The chief executive and Mrs er stayed in the seclusion of their private car throughout the or spending their time reading tng with With on the were Associate Justice Stone o United States supreme court and Mrs. Dr. Vernon of the national research and Mark Washington newspaper and All were fishing companions of the President and Mrs Hoover during the week they spent Blast at Alcohol Plant Kills Two Men men lost their lives and five others were injured here today In the sion of an alcohol The two bodies were found In the ruins several hours after the sion demolished the the of aboard the houseboat The Hoovr wUl arrive in ton early Bronzed by the he was perfectly cations that there has drinking among high school under the prohibition thany there was prior to their were described today as being ed in reports being at the request of the law J. W. secretary National Education that his organization has been by the commission to aid it in ing contact with tion and that early reports had seen indicated that there less drinking by students under dry laws than there Crabtree said that while he did feel at liberty to make public the his familiarity with school ditions had led him to anticipate a He added that the findings of the survey to-be public His called upon by the entire downtown section of the city was shaken by the explosion which shattered windows In homes two blocks with I the effects of his week of rest although from of the expe moderately The presidential hook failed to at- tract but one of the big fighting sail fish of the prizes to be in the gulf He however catch a number of barracudas and other smaller game and food Mail V QIJ Probably Was Woman Feb. Davidson Black has decided that the dition to with law principals over the who turn were requested for upon the Thousands of already have complied with the he in a speech last night a dinner given by the association of the District of in honor of Miss E. Ruth of head of tional said that in The thT I the probably was a Dr. Canadian of gave rise to the and startled on the gun carriers face Indictment landeS and the criminal court along wen to evidence men or irith the score were ere returned last She will of the coveted gold Something of Mystery n Airplane Wreckage SAN Feb. ilent mystery of the sea in the shape f a faded mass of airplane picked up in Mexican waters iff puzzled aerial ties along the Pacific coast Symbols painted on the torn fabric f the ship together with the lack of detail in reports from made it Impossible to Identify the wreckage The wreckage carried lettering Curtis Airplane and Motor It also bore the following Contract 6651 Mar. 5-926 No. 16. Officers of the fleet aircraft rons taid they knew of no Curtiss seaplanes in naval They ed that the symbols did not follow the naval system of marking although the substitution of for the reported would be the official designation for a Hawk E. E. department of com- merce aeronautical inspector for the San Francisco said the symbols identify the ship as built for the The same view was held though tons of Key man give a Kmo It J. i. creatures had lived near here a million years made the announcement after he had partially chiselled away im- the association was lending its hand to further various other federal Among he was an to speed-up school construction in cordance with the recent request of M President Hoover that building be accelerated to relieve financial i mm deal of time and took Mrs. Stone two hours to Mrs. Hoover is back to Washington an excellent ord of the two-hour with her moving picture Wit and Hand Saves All in Crash MITCHELL Y Feb. 16- pei last Roy chacman Andrews believed the dis- covery the most important ever made in the study of human are many characteristics in- that the skull was that of a Dr. Black is i that of a young female I of most that helped K FOLLOWS EXPLOSION Feb. An ex- attributed an e oh arm v wrecked the interior of the t today tile bank building in downtown success and caused damage or dea h in O estimated Lieut. who airplane joy left j bank officials at Open at Feb. forces in the battle for enforcement of IhV laws in this winter were reported to be holding of war The indefinite under- stood to divide factions of the gambling have left ana gamblers in the dark late last night by deputy more or less defined stand of the law as one of through the wealthy winter TAXATION COUNSEL I The raids were made on Feb. the in Miami Monday and Tuesday in the ton forecast Temperatures will rise on Tuesday over the entire forecast district and on Monday ex- cept in northern New England Heading 5 a. m. 7 a. m. 10 a. m. 12 2 p. m. cy 4 5 11 18 4 p. m. 6 p. 8 p. m. 10 p. 25 25 24 23 ot u. SSSS attempted to turn is plane and flipped it propeller and the wind caught today by Attorney General ing the wings smashing the gas tank But in the brief Instant mat it took the craft to turn Doolittle had by James Los re ched for the ignition switch and j Angeles and by army andj marine corps officers here TRUCKING LIVESTOCK Feb. and a half million hogs and sheep were marketed by motor truck in 1029. the corn belt farm dallies will report This is 19 per cent Increase over the previous There was one 12 20 hundred n Sets p. m. j billion pounds m. Bets a. valued at thousand truck one g unds of pork and flying J 048 m it off. thereby prev escaped gasoline from igniting He and his family were j He planned to depart with them for St. Louis by late Feb. Coste and Pilot Codes broke the world's distance and flight duration records for planes toil cargo today in 18 hours and 20 THE RESULT OF The Times Recorder and present position of first in Ohio in the number of Classified Ads Is the result of bringing If you are an who wants Quality quickest and surest wav of getting them Is to wants in The Times Recorder and Three tO Are Feb. children were burned to death night when lire destroyed a two house in which they resided their parents on a. farm six of raW 9. of Mr. and STOVE PLANT SOLD Feb. of the stoves to Stove was announced todav by receivers for the con- W. B. Dwight price was Assist I m  

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