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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1931, Zanesville, Ohio                               First The Times Recorder colder; fair, ZANESV1LLE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22.1931 .XLVn.NO.96 ch Doctor at Louis Held r Kidnapers td From Home by Call for Professional Services tenons Telephone Call lys He Is in Chicago and Unharmed lOtJIS. April I. D r. 54. wealthy and throat and wss St under eircumstaees which led to believe he war kidnaped af- eing lured from his home last by a telephone call asking for assistance. aysterious telephone call was re- 1 Jate today by Chief of Detec- Rotoert Kaiser, giving the la- Found Hanged Hoover Is Sure Sandino Will Be Suppressed Says Nicaraguan Bandit Put Himself Out- side Civilized Pale Nicaragua's National Guard Exoected to Put Down Banditry Bereaved by Sandino's Rebels Kelley is unharmed and go." en Kaiser began to question the er. the part} on the osher end up. A report of the call was and an tinsuccess- .tempc to trace it Abandoned Auto automobile tnis rooming several miles, from >lace he was summoned footprints on the floor of the i appears two men rode in the, DObUe with him to the point1 i it was abandoned Police be-: he was transferred to another That the physician apparently' ;ht he was being robbed was in- j ed by the discovery of his dia- l nnsj tnrust down behind the far as authorities know there been no demancs lor ransom KeUey was called twice on the, bone last nigr-i. his wife, the' liter of the late William Cullen WASHUCGTON. April fidence that Augusuno Sandlno would be brought to justice for "cold blooded rrurder' of eight or nine American citizens and a number of Xicaraguans was exaressed todar br President Hoo-.er In a fonsa! s-itement the presi- deis tsid he had been adiised th? go- eminent had placed in the field more than 1300 men of ste'v was presented _ the boo> 17- Guard in Teuber iabovek. of a to and -as found by a pien-c fellow party dangling si tfce end of a rone an cak i" a 'cae'v spot n'ie ni'les' president. the insurgent ner Tha bodv ias chieftain placed out- Inude eseep-, for swings and pump, m ne prtlcV tn rear-ced" Louise San Diego. J Dividends Minority in Merger Row Amended Corporation Code Is Signed by Governor George White School Board Civil Service Cost Bill Bills Signed dead eight Mississippi Is on Bankruptcy Brink by" COLUMBUS. O, April i Governor George White today, signed the amended domestic corpora-1 ucn code which dlsaennns minority the right to participate in of a corpora- tion while merger are tied up in courts by injunction. i The measure intended to five minority shareholders ot the Youngs- Sheet and company tfce 'right to participate In dividends of the company while the proposed mer- iger with the Bethlehem Steel cor- poration is tied up In the courts. Un- presrnt law the dissenting bhan- iiolders are not authorized to partlcl- innocent victims of the latest Xicaraguan uprising in which In the Sheet and Tube dlrt- killed by Sandlnist banditti. Mrs. John D. of Uv- after their ar- Mr one ot the fomncaC ere tectaltssc In the world. Dr. John M- of New York. wul perform the eye operation on the King of Siarn. A special qperatlug room has been fitted up at the White- lav Reid mansion at Purchase. N V- when the royal patient will stay. Big Plane Is orced Down uny Airport Transcofttktental em Ship Safe Landing Contained 11 and 35 Pouches of Mai Zaaecville's new municipal gener airport, located eight this city on tiW 'road. Its purpose for too Tuesday evening. A big airplsne of the Tranetootta- ental Western Air Inc. udning 11 passengers and. the pUoc. made a forced landing p. m. The landing was out trouble and the big ptaae __r___ Rump and Threats to Impeach Governor the special service statlonec in Xicaraguan wasers. that 16 foreibi-crs. inciuding Amen-f can oac officer, had loot their lives in Nicaragua. Meanwhile, reports from the Hon- aie no Zanesville Provision Co. Will Operate to Capacity i eier. warships at both Honduras i csd Nicaragua a precautionary rneasure. on Sanilm" J4ew sittanr of the s'ate legislature of carrjing troops d The to bass Sergency money raisins almost r With A. P. Rogge Made General Manager Organized tne big pla its lull the high stand- become effectite at the end i unless a referendum is f il in such not be effective until alter approved ]by popular referendum vote next No- vember The governor's signing of the bill j terminates a bluer fight waged be- tween the two factions seeking con- trol of Youngstown Sheet and Tube before the state legislature min- Mahoning County at smoothly to the north. MM! of landing field. The plane was flying ajad was from Mswaffc. V. J. Columbus and had vlUe when the pilot of a storm ML nimbus. HA turned- Mdc sod Iv here. Itroucht visiting his nephew had been operated on for an ear and saved the con. than which there Is none better. iwill be put on the market in quan- ftv at nriees v.hlch .will not fall to will be made only from threazened bankruptcy They are EO cjrrv men of the raguan Guardia. with marine of fleers, r froav tne -sest to the east coast, where election of the follow- officers E R Meyer, president. J Knoedler. president. A P, 101311 Rogge general manager: Kussell S pleise. but sales to dealers Stock On Market e man told Dr. Keller i place in a western s. Keliey said she denuiiMd at leaving ihe house on a stormy t but Dr. Keller said- "I must the call and left his home in LUtonjobUe s. Keliev gave the alarm ai caoruiKg and a wl d search began. e nlace selected for the iens of car gives Nation to the theory that the ag specialist may be In the s of a group that has icidcaped al benSeis and wealthy business in Illinois In recent weeks. jlet in Head __ Athlete May Die In keeomg with his promise made a few days ago when he purchased the property A P- Rogge. general manager, announces that home cap- ital may Invest in the business if de- sired and that there is no wind or water sn the stock as can be verified by calling the company's office Mr Rogge further announced that the big olant would afford a market for homegrown livestock at ail times. Despite the pledge of the bankers ee bv a Chicago pnyslclan. Mrs. ee or a caicago paysioaii. Desalts the pledge ol tee nanEers r said the name of the Chicago to underwrite the state and. lIlrA "Hqllinpor Hi .j t ooii Chicago physicians named officials said inger. aeng. et jn a depioraoie coaaino saad today they nad ireated no' stj, treasury overdrawn OT S3. _ I It is the aim of the new rnanage- I 11T1 a nient of the Zanesvllle Provision coin- nrndnctx UC1WV orlty shareholders sought the right to participate in dividends atod to vote at shareholders meetings, but a com- promise was reached whereby they were given the right only to partlcl- in The Bethlehem-Sheet and Tube merger which enjoined by the common pleas court of Mahoning county now is before the court of ap- Another Veto Governor White signed four other bills and vetoed one. The measure vetoed would have required city school boards to stand a proportion- ate cost of operaUnK the city civil service commission based upon num- ber of employes. Inasmuch as most of the school board employes are- I without any Information to indicate Goaded by the situation, a group1 an_ of 1.250 Americans resi-, of anti-Bilbo leaders, headed by Rep- i glKat Ixi tbe ports of northern Hon-, resentattve Lawrence T. Kennedy, of duras naa been harmed. James A. Catlett. 27. who has been! pany to make the company's products a household word in Southern Ohio eir business Into Excellent shipping and the company's high class products make this possible. Louis Johns May Face Murder Jury Seeks Disbarment of Two Judges and Former Prosecutor TOHNGSTOWN. O- April disbarment proceedings were filed late oday by Prosrcutor Ray Thomas of [ahoning county against Judge David Jenkins charging that Jenkins re- ceived money from the treasurer of local utility company to pay the xpensea of himself and wife on a va- trip Disbarment proceedings also were filed against Judge J. H. C. rcseirauK; i. auras been narniea. James A. Catlett. 27. who has oecni wtm. j Natchez. a Nevertheless American women and! at the state bos- _ _ _% Governor Bilbo by caHing ihe legiste- coudren were concentratea in the t u m returned to the! M2LV 25 ture into unofficial session nest Frt-, iour wnere American naval wll here Saturday. He will; ITlUOUAjj ,day for quick action on financial sbips were ready to be brought here by Sher- measures ate them if necessary At these corts TVntativelv Set for I thpv proposed to go before Air.erlcan protection Elso was offered m wuiiam of Vale 1 enlanveiy aei demand ne isfiTifi a nationals. Catlett is heid under T H. GaV Ol tilO teachers not under civil service, the governor held this division would have placed too great a flnancla burden on the school boards The other bills approved were ai follows- prohibiting the sale of colored ole- omargarine under penalty of to 1500 fine and possible 90 days imprto- uiiuie common pleas courts ttt rights to condemn property for schoo purposes only by Reducing from tX to the in speetlon fees for various kinds of feed stuffs. a snecial session f us rootball Mysteriously Shot measures Then they _ ________r---------- the governor and isKuc a foreign natiocals. Speaker Thomas L. Bailey was re- NojCS Again Heads A. P. willing to call the house mem- j dav Lieutenant Governor Bidwell' Adam said ne .was inclined to refuse ______ jf the -Washing- Jtar. was re-elected presi- o' the Associated Press today i Catlett is heid under charge of first degree murder in connection with the slaying of his wife. Jessie at the home of her mother. :Mrs W T McDonald on Vine street on the efternoon of December He was indicted fay Trial in Henry H. Gay Slaying This right now is held probate and insolvency e sus. Requiring school superintendents to report enrollment of pupils to th state director reports boards. are of education, made by count lo call the senators si ANTONIO. AprB tcher A. "Ifona" Eees, 26. form- tar athlete of Texas unlvereity. Jury and when Johns. 22. under indictment;  -.e entered a pica of cot guiivy Gibsons is alleged to have coiuesseo. in the Gav murder ha Johns the 16 Ohio eligible for loans was urged on the department of agriculture today by- Representa- tive Jenkins. RepuMican. Ohio Jenkins said he wrote tbe depart- ment requesting a more liberal policy for the affected Ohio counties. While n trie uay muruci {or tne affected Ohio counties, wniie ive declared that while he not wanting to be put in the posl- were in the act of robbing j or criticizing. Jenkins said Reid and a much needed 37-year-old potentiate tookj ___astog interest la the i Sided before the wlndowof his ate oar. He emerged from ais w _ for the first ttnc on American, -stolen, embezzled to wave a Jneadly grectSag tojjeisc pretenses' loan policy toward Ohio applicants as prosecutor was charged tag- funds froai a gypsies jt of town. extorttag- funds froai a -s CoUTSC Ml Prohibition at aj. and with receirlneasd attempt-, to sell w.-.ich had been OhlO o" ny ___ _ DSLAWAR2 O Diamond Arrested on w----------v ui ci.d, were taken to ire egea Civil War veteran !ta apparent Tcla row considered safe from the stnsc, Gav across the head with 2. trie rebels since it is under the protcc- Uon of the United States nary. A skirmish between the government r i troops and the rebels occurred four milei from Tela early today but the Assault Charge rebels were reported repulsed and _________ drtt-en back Into the mountains rATSKIIX X T_ April A force cf troops was sent by Jzcfc seems to have the eminent to attack the rebels v whimsically at the oration. He wan hustled into aa automobile and whirled away to the Claridge hotel. his favorite hostelry for many years.' Alfonso Is reported to be making his visit here to confer with bis bankers, to select a permanent resi- dence and to place the Infante Juan In a British naval school. DETROIT. April PIz- zlno. Angelo Llvecchl and Bom- martto were acquitted tonight of murder of Gerald 35- Buckley. The verdict was reached at p m after the Jury bad deliberated for 33 hours. Thirty minutes later, presiding Judge Edward i. Jeffries reached the court room from his home snd the verdict was read. Ruth Nichols Planning Flight to Paris NEW YORK. April 21 "Pittsburgh Hymie" Befim Life Sentence COCUMBOS. O, I4t .....-JV ________ was planning today a j solo flight to an alrplatn- three times as powerful as the bis- i cern. tered Ohio not be reached. rouble for his neighbor The bullet-scarred le klnc had ben suffering och of malaria and as Fewer Accidents Among SEmployes Over 45 Jail here to- j Mississippi and He said than (two states S2.000.000 eacn from the fund, tfiougn conditions in part, hoping Ohio were equaH, had !for to make the attempt, Jenkins lbut definite announcement could be made until her plans were finally j the red out of the Potter, former of Cleveland conncll- Reprieve for Bank Robber Sentenced to Die (the Jersey City aircraft factory of CTarenceD Chamberlin who. It was yet win new hte condition todav- 3iS TO COLLECT WAR NCRSE-S LIFE i vice cocnznj'Sc'-osi JSSTOT ouster charges Police Wil'lasa E Marxs. sa.d Manoa was a ssraclise- Marks' is a cell for the given BertUlon tomor- row after -which he protwMy fin M to Idle cotn- aott Burgctt of O, to S10000 insurance from -he as result of her _ ear ago frcffio broken health by overwork ae a aurse Jd war duty overseas. Her mas McDerajott. plans to use the rey as a trust fund for her five dren. She was mustered out of, Ice after being stricken with a; ailment, and was allowed gor- nent dlsobHlty insuracce K MISSING BOY CCTIH3S. April for Ony Healcy. 15. missing a t. started oy county author-, i today. The youth's parents re-, that boy had disappeared at GUead wnere they were visiting ods, but they did nol notify au-, rtties until late last night r FTRF. OLUimUS. O, Apnl To- anniversary of the Ohio pen- tlary two Iting trial for flist desree niu'dT wiih the ceath cf tnc prisoners on Easter Monday e I See by the Classified Ads That a station with S room cottage service, shop. eou.p- ment and 14 car garage can be bouclit for small clo-srri a-.o rnonthlT That a ioi with 5 toom hocse on rear and plenty of fruit trees be bought mighty cr-eap. Someone wants to a pas- ture for catae. Summer cottages near Uctong river for sale Plenty of ground included There's an opponur.itv w> n 5: uo some seooiid hand shoe reriair machinery and tools Ton can get your dry vav.lt or cesspool cleaned Micrhty nice and r'crr- in loca'ioro arc frr wVch it SE in lews: between 18 and 24, Arthur H charge a: cor.fVrer.ee" win M Youns, secretary of Industrial j Of Being Drank Lil. Aptu i cine made today for gave officials the names of learned Igloo had died. Death was investigation of alleged by offlceis to who he claimed gave him due to IndlgestJon. J. Lewis. Method is house alter shooting j tained In the robbery of a bank mes- jjgynoMsbwg and Wnll M. E. Minuter ACCUMH] f home vai.cc IN NAPTH1 that of woriers over Young said Gay Tackett O Apr-! ha-re burned his r from her senousi" ou-ned by a today, but beat r-ui Ine rushed wo small sous. tors saifi will In. sonthcast Ui BaMetTbank raewtneer. i 'the robbery. Charles Ksh. one two robbers who heid up Blblet. wasj shot to death by the messsager But how? fell to the sidewalk niortaJJy i enuess, is being made by nrr, Is. Ximer. saperintendent the M. E. Coinmbxs district. bad asked a reprieve but the governor held that 30 days would give officials adequate: time to check up the purported new evidence. the Times Recorder and Signal Sr'B to jace charges________ course Here It Is-________________ before Municipal __ _ WASTED a good oil sum. cheap Call 2147-M Mast be Saturday. f Vcsur Patler-rc g The yij f Matz is in a TEMPER Kea-Iinss Shnrtz Pharmarj 4 p. rr.. 6pm 8pm.. 10 p m t en to Sar.d s 'ister 5 a m. iO XITM f OMMIV-IOVF.R 7am CCLX.JIEUS O Acrl t IP rr B ..nd 53 '--car hcaltn j 12 inoon> r c o' -ri Kockmc j 2 p m 60 62 75 75 78 63 5S CGLCMET-s" O X" p'.ce of a diploma for the Ohio State iumversity co'-ed has gone Sen- ior women today adopted a rule lim- The advertiser who at 426 W Main street ordered the ad run three but bad to kill it after it ran 12 fmidr.iir't! 53 costs of graduation dresses to railroad and acUve in the athletic association. PEN TO FEDERAL PRISON COttrMBDS. O, Apra 21 rov Elben. former Ifewmit man. who pleaded guilty to of coKsspracy to tae national laws, was sentenced ckmci 2pm 78 12 fmidr.iir't i W COSL-> o. Krauuii...ui< m Sew 7 n rn ro the previous cost .after j.srsnSd? and cUugiiter Central I a ad in f. Y C {and Signal will go cut and find Ifc the Classified ads for pleasure' rrcm Ohio tnem for prof is. W to 20 lor   

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