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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1931, Zanesville, Ohio                               The Times Always Fair VOL XLVH, NO. 216 ZANESVHUE, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1181 Louis Johns, Jr., Sentenced To Die October 2, k Granted Indefinite Stay Wednesday Fraud Against Township Alky on Big Business Sale OOUJMBU8. O, Sept. of obtaining almost tl.500 of township funds through issuance of false bills, were martf today by state against W. G. and William Bettiker. trustees of Fowier Ttumbull county. In a report to the state bureau of: accounting, the examiners alleged tCei men obtained the funds by the issu-1 ance of false in the of; Petition for Reprieve Heaid by Court of Appeals in Newark Permits Time for Review of Murder Con-ktion in This County Louie Johns. Jr.. 22. under sentence of death in Use Heetsie choir for the sleying on the night of Saturday. Match T. of Henry H. "Tip" Gay. 90- year-old Civil war veteran of Can- waa granted 'an Indefinite of execution by the court of ap- ceals silting in Newark Wednesday afternoon. Johns is la death row at the- Ohio renitenUanr awaiting death for the idling. Tee court granted the reprieve to permit time for a review of John's and foUowed the petition- ing of the court by Ernest Graham, counsel for the condemned youth. Appeal on Error j nnet Johns was found guilty of the mur- fOT KaiSUlg der on May 29. after a trial lasting j four days. A first degree verdict t without recommendation of mercy, j was returned by the jury. Following j the mandate of tbe verdict he members of the Bettiker family and under the came of "John Collins." The examiners charged Collins did EOS esist. and that two sons of Bet- tiker. Earned in some of the bills. were in school on days when tbe bills indicated they were doing road work. Tyrell is alleged to have received more than tl.OOO on such bills, and Bettiker mere than S4OO. Ohio Conference Of ME. Church Is Hit by Depression for White Cross Hos- pital Discussed COLUMBUS. O.. Sept. senienced 10 die in the chair by Judge t_ Ued finances, blamed generally cy Charles F. Kibble sitting Sn common1" pleas court. upon the business depres- jslon. were discussed today by the Ohio An appeal from the Musfcinguan i conference cf the Methodist Episcopal county pleas court was then church, token on. a writ of error. A review j of tha ecse will .probably be made i during the sitting of the court in Zaeesville in November, it was said. The execution of Johns had been set for Friday, Oct. 2. With little time allotted, for a review of the case prior to that time, counsel for the condemned youth petitioned the court to grant tbe stay. Following the de- cision an order'was issued to P. E. Thomas, warden cf the state-prison. The conference approved oSsns for raising asa.OOO for 'the relief of a financial crisis at its denominational hospital. While Cross, here. Of this sum S25.OOO is to collected in the churches the service area on the Sunday preceding Thanksgiving- Day. and the remainder is to be obtained by two solicitors to be placed in the field. John F. Fergus, president of the hospital trustees. Dr. Frank G. Fow- Export Credit Considered in Cotton Crisis of Mo-ing Gnat Surplus Crop Farm Boaid Reiterates, "No More Buyinc to Stab- One of the biggest illicit alcohol distilleries jet uncovered by .Prohi- bition agents, wac raided near Chicago the other day. The "alky" cookers were using the abandoned factory which has its own railroad sid- ing, tower shows a federal agent with seme of the stock of corn sugar used in the of the alcohol. It is estimated that the plant pro- duced 5.000 gallons par day. Equipment valued at was confiscated or destroyed by the raiders. Pacific Fliers Long Overdue; Grave Fears Are Expressed For Safety of Moyle and Allen B. O. Skinner, state director of ed-j ucation. who will speak at the Scoucj leathers' program planning conference; at New Concord today, is pictured ebove. Mr. Skinner is a fanner Per- ry county man and will tell of his associations with Scouting, a move- ment in whcih he has taken a per- senai interest. He will speak dur- ing the banquet at the First O. B. church. advising him of the action of the superintendent, and Bishoo Edgar Blake of Indianapolis, told of the de- >leted finances of the hospital. Or. H. E. Aimacost told the minis- ters tfeey face salarv reductions total- ing aig.ooo year in addition to court. The decision was concurred la by the three sltzlng Judges. C. C. Lemert of C. C. Soerrick of Ash- land, and W. C-'Montgomery of New- ark. May Seek Early Hearing Prosecuting Attorney Charles S. X.-essure. who secured the conviction ct Johns, was present at bearing Wednesday. The prosecutor stated that he win seek an Immediate re- Tiesr cf the case, and will probably ssk that it be heard In some other county prior to the meeting of the court here. William Gibbons. 23. also convicted the murder of Gay. is at present the Ohio state prison serving a SLle sentence for his part in the crime- jjfeibcoos iras found guilty of first de- gree murder but the jury recommend- ed rasrey. Petitions seeking to nave the death sentence of Johns commuted to life IrcpriEonment have been, in circula- tion in MusJcingum county for some time. The petitions were circulated by Ijduls Johns, ST.. father of the convicted man. These, it Is said, will presented to Governor White in the event the verdict of the gum county common pleas court is affirmed by the court of appeals. OPPOSE CCT IN BUDGET MARIOJT. O.. Sept. citi- zens committee- was informed today by county commissioners that they cot attend a conference or business, political and county lead- ers Friday night for the discussion ot a proposed reduction of 2O per cent in operating expense ol the county. the S31.00O cut made a year ago. wringing total economies to J5O.OOO for the year period. Be reported that the conference gave to world service last rear -which represented a reduction of 1O.3 per cent from the previous year. Dr. Armacost urged the ministers to scrap antiquated methods aad re- No Decision in Mahoning Disbarment Cases TOUNGSTOWN. O-, Sept. Slahoning county's three visiting Judges tonigh; deliberating whether Judge J. H. C. Lyon and Attorney Andrew M. Henderson should be dis- barred because of Henderson's pay- rccnt of on notes tea- Lyon. and because of Lyon's default of bis light bill to the extent of After the close of joint arguments place and 'a them "modern commanding appeal methods in their The conference, over the opposition of many rural members., voted to re- duce Its districts to 11 from 13 as a means of reducing the administration costs for the conference. The Chilllcothe and Delaware dis- tricts trfll be absorbed by adjoining districts, the boundries to be fixed later, at the end of the terms of their resoective superintendents. Dr. J. W. Blair and Dr. H. T. Amaccst. whose terms expire this year. The superintendents win be assign- ed pastorates at the end of the con- ference. Charge Suicide Short Allege Belmont Co. Treas- urer Misapplied Funds Scout Leaders' Conference Is Held at New Concord Today Sept pressed cotton looked to the White House for while tne farm board continued negotiations for the sate of surplus wheat. From the maitstmi came word that President Hoover was con- ferries with bankers and cotton men on the possibility of arranging bank- ing credits for exports of tbe staple. He hac talked with W. L. Clayton. Texas cotton man. Eugene Meyer. governor of the federal reserve board, and George R. James, a reserve board member, but only the theme of their conference has become known. after the White House inter- In cotton exports bcame known. Chairman Stone said the farm board did not plan to ask the next congress S] for any 'more money. :_, __ _ farm Board Xut Buving -In f 11 ft ll He reiterated that the board did not plan to buy any more cotton or wheat. This apparently definitely, ended speculation on whether the i board might again attempt stabiliza- tion operations in these commodities. Stone said the board wall consider- ing several further wheat deals but he would not discuss any of them nor comment on reports that Germany has offered to buy 2GO.OOO tons. He also declined to estimate the money the board hac left of tbe OOO.OOO given it. He said the board intended to keep "pretty good financial condition." adding it would undoubtedly need Coshocton Man at Head Plane May How Conference Landed Safely m WaVk of 006HOCTOM. O, Sept Her. J. K. re-eleetea superintendent of the But Ohio con- ference of the United Brethren church at the opening of 1U 46th annual meeting here today. Tbe con- ference continues one week. Bishop A. B. CUppinger of Dayton, delivered the message to min- isters touching upon the prohibition question, world-wide peace, race probesns and economic The conference' embraces 46 coun- ties In eastern Ohio. Seeking Further Word of Lorimer V 1S1C Did Not Have Fuel to Ka> main Aloft Lonfer Thaav PM. Wednesday SEATTLE. Sept. V) An confirmet? rumor that a- mam optane had landed spanety hsbited Island along tbe British Columbia coast i checked tonight by prorincSal L la hope the aught be that of Don Moylo and C. A- allrn. tent overdue in their attempt to Hj torn Japan tf Seattle. No Replies to Police Tele- C A Maxwell as Receiver t w To Cut Dole and Put Hifeh- er Tax on Commodities Offer Plan Today the House of Commons by Minister Ramsay MacDonald line Programs for Coming Year ______________________ I more money than It has if it attempt- ed to purchase any considerable quan- lilies of wheat and cotton. Qut-; nussloner. Homer T. Gratz. councilj in view of tbe farm board attitude, 1 executive, will have charge of this j government funds apparently are not jmeeting. {involved in tbe plan for financing j Following the group meeting. Dr. I cotton exports. I Montgomery will address an audience! The credit might be arranged !of both groups. This will also be boost tee Boy Scout movement j held at Brown Chapel. Dr. Montgom- !n Southeastern Ohio." iery will talk on his associations with That, in a few words, is the prin-Uhe Boy Scout movement. clpal purpose of the Scout leaders) At p, Q. the banquet will be] program planning conference ta Qje First U. B. church. New Concord this afternoon and to- I night. The those who will speak will be ,_r. Skinner, who has arranged an program proper will start -interesting talk for all Interested In promoily at In Brown chapel.1 New "Concord, -with registration and two group meetings. the activities which Mus- kingum college, win speak. banquet in the evening at the First D. B. church win complete the SETsm. 1 The conference, as the name Im- plies, is for tee purpose of outlining a program of activities for Scouts-of j tbe Zane Trace Area, council, which Is are: of an achievement round-up, dis- national meetings, annual Scout ex- circus. Fielt! observation of various holidays and composed of Guernsey Indefinite Stay For Mrs. Lowther and Perry counties, for the next 12; months. i Two group meetings will be held- during tbe afternoon. At one. Scout- j masters aad assistant will join In discussing and outlining j u Execution of tneir part of tbe Seoul program. The j 1TOU EJtecuuon or topic of this session will be "Flan-j Killed Lover's Wife alng the Troop Weekly end Yearly! ________- program." Among the men who will lead discussions are Hugh Meloy of! WARRESf. O.. Sept. Ease Fultonham, Kussel! Painter Lowther. convicted slayer of this city: Rev. Frank Jenkins of j wife of her lover and tne first wo- Somerset'and Scout Miles Beed. in Ohio to be sentenced to death Handel, assistant Scout executive will [in the electric chair, today was giant- be in charge of this group. Jed an indefinite stay of execution. Scout conunitteenien. school teach-j The seventh district court of Cap- ers members of the Caaibridge j peals, sitting here, granted the stay in into the accounts of Countr Treasurer M. B. Pancoeet. who killed himself last week, announced today they bad found a shortage of 812.4IO. Fancoast committed suicide tbe day before he -was to turn his office over to his successor. At the time It was said be was descocdent because of leaving the post. While officials refused a complete on the shortage -until after and rmceirflecould be given clubs will compose tbe other consideration of the case and so The subject will be "Vocational GuW- tuat Mrs. Lowther's attorney's would ence." One of the features of tlme to prepare an appeal to the session will be a, discussion on "The j state supreme court if she is denied Duties and Functions of the Troop neB, triali Committee-" which, will be Jed by J.i W. Knapp. Zanesville district-----' tftey report to the state auditor at Columbus. Examiner Whitney dis- closed tne shortage was in a fund kept in the vault.. He added that a memorandum for the total amount was found with tbe fund. Miss Mary Sheppard. first deputy treasurer, said the books -were bal- anced each day by Pancoast. and that she knew ncthine of the memoran- today In the Lvcn-KernSersoa the visiting judges. Alfred Mack of Cincinnati. Alvin J. Pearson of Cleve- land, and Harry w. Jewell of Dela- ware. wSSI begin tomorrow to bear tiisbsrment charges against Judge JCavid G. Jenkins. The decisions expected Friday. W. W. Zimmerman arguing for the complainants, declared that Lyoc's actions concerning; note and his bill violated the American Bar .Association cede of ethics. Attorneys representing Lyon and ___________ Henderson attacked the procedure .case of Probate Judge Komer Z- Bost- waich trie charges were declared that the charges were and flimsy." They admitted Henderson paid the notes he cad endorsed for Lycn and that Lvon fcr behind on his light bills, "bat de- nied that any evidence of wrong in- test had been submitted. forward this time and Engineer Repudiates His Road Testimony COLUMBUS, O, Sept. R. Greenliin. assistant engineer In department, today re- tfce highway pudlated bis former testimony be- Icre the Ohio senate highway de- Bostwick Suspension Case To Supreme Court COLtTM3tJS. Sept. _ase of Probate Judge Komer Z. Bost- wlcfc reached the state supreme court today when his attorneys asked the higher court to set aside an appeals court decision that Common Pleas Judge John B- King had authority to suspend Bostwick pending a bearing on ouster proceedings. Bostwick. ousting -was asked by more than 1400 cittoiens on charges of gross rcisccnduct. nonfeasanoo and mis- feasance, also filed a petition in er- ror from the appeals court decision, acd csked susperjsion of judgment until the case is disposed of by Thousand m Riot com. j Frank Marvin, .attorney for the 23- lyear-old former Asntabult house maid. Judge Asks Parole of One Of MeOett Killers j argued for a new trial on the ground Unat a prejudiced jury had convicted iher of first degree murder In her trial las Jefferson. He maintained that jnewspaper publicity prevented the wo- CANTON, O- Sept. 9 The man from obtaining a fair trial. far-farced Mel'etl murder case found on echo here todav when Common Pleas Judge H- W. Barter, Jr., recom- mended that Louis Mazer, one of the convicted conspirators. In the slaying of Don R. Mellett. vice crusading newspaper publisher, be paroled. v the state clemency the board. to Judge Hartcr eald that back in 1927. when Mazer turned state's evidence am through commercial banking organi- zations with the co-operation of tne federal rssirve system to enable tbe grower or exporter of cotton to carry tbe commodity until foreign buyers paid for it. Or credit might be established by American banks for the foreign buy- er. The banks could accept the bills. charging them against credit extended the foreign buyer and paying the ex- porter in cash. This would result, in substance. In the American exporter taking the foreign buyer's acceptance and dis- counting it at Credits For Exports Imperative Tbe president was represented as feeling that-the need for establishing credits for exports waft more Imme- diate than plans to cut production. He also looks upon to cut the cotton acreage the responsi- bility of- the grower and the states. At least two of those who partici- pated, in the cotton conference have had previous experience with export i financing. j Eugene Meyer, while director of the war finance corporation in 1921 ex- tended credits of mere than 816.000.- OOO to finance exports of the staple in 1921. President Hoover, then secre- tary of commerce, was keenly inter- ested- in tbe corporation's activities and followed them closely. In addition, credits in that year to finance wheat exports amounted to about SS.COO.GOo. Some of these loans were made to private export financing corporations, while others went to co-operatives. Tie war finance corporation funds came from the government but Its export financing operations might be paralleled In a measure by private commercial organizations if they granted the necessary credits. In, approving a loan to an export financing corporation in 1921. Meyer said "it might be wen for business men now to ask themselves the question whether the present low- er price levels do not warrant some- what greater confidence than exists at the present time." yo definite plan has yet grown out of the discussions at the White House and they are to be continued through meetings or correspondence. LONDOX Sept. 9. Drastic measures for national economy by orders in council were presented in Prime today. With the whip "hand in parliament weil established, the national govern- ment went ahead with its program in steam roller fashion. A majority of 93 was obtained on resolutions limiting the commons' business to the nation's financial emergency. Powerless in obstruction, the labor opposition resorted to demonstra- tions ranging from bitter debate to good-humored horseplay. Verbal flared frequently in a strange mixture of personalities and parties. Arguments became extravagant and laughter and cheers Immoderate in On a petition presented before j Judge Charles F. RlbWe in common pleas court Wednesday afternoon. C. A Maxwell'was appointed receiver to take charge of notes and collections incident to personal affairs of W. A. Lorimer. local Insurance and real estate man now being sought by po- lice. -Lorimer is wanted here on two charges of perjury and one of em- bezzlement. Tbe latest word from Lorimer ap- pears to have come from Discie. On- Canada. where he Is reported to have stopped at tbe Grove an atmosphere of nervous restless- home last Friday night. Telegrams seeking further information concern ing his visit there were sent to Dls cie Wednesday morning but up to late Wednesday night no replies'had been received. That Lorimer -using the alias of John Mllhorn. was in Disete last Fri- day was revealed in a letter received by Chief of Police Petet from Mrs. W. H. Groves. Tuesday. A check-up of license plates In and on the Whippet Six driven by Lori- mer shows that license number B6- 933 had been Issued here while No. 90-958 bad been Issued In Columbus. An investigation revealed that this' number bad been issued to a Miss SEATTLE. Sept. and Cecil A. fi3'.en. California ators attempting a non-stop across the north. Pacific were iiiMm late today somewhere along 4.- 4GO-mile great circle route lutwMli Japan and Seattle. The most optimistic aviation ex- perts here agreed the fuel in sin- gle motored monoplane in which tilers risked their lives and their for- tunes could not ban laato than about 48 hours, or unMl p. m. (E. S. T) today, under the favorable conditions. Movie and Allen left aunuahiro Beach. 375 miles north of Tokyo at p. m. Monday. (EL S. They expected to set their wheels on airport here in from 39 to houra. Nof Expert Navigators Neither flier had extensive experi- .ence as a. navigator and ft calculation would nave led them tW from their course. Their margin of Eleventh street in 193O Ford Coupe. at 6 Already .the unemployed-know they are going to suffer a 1O per cent re- duction-in tbe weekly dole of about pound. Tomorrow the men who ride In limousines will learn what sacrifices the nation demands of tbera. .The. .cabinet today gave final con- sideration to budget measures. Mr. Snowden speaks tomorrow afternoon, but will not reveal the new until after the markets close p. m. Speculation continued today re- garding-their exact character, but as always they remained state secret. Tbe belief still held that lower In- comes would be brought within tbe scope of the income tax. Increased duties are expected on such com- modities as tobacco, beer, -urines and spirits, tea. sugar, gasoline. Pro- vision for 83OO.OOO.OOO in ne-er taxa- tion is expected. One surprise Item mav be an increase in the cost of a radio license, now 10 shillings (92.4O) a vear. Every owner of a. radio In Great Britain must nave a license. Theaters and grayhound racing may also be hit. Resolutions mak- ing the new taxes effective Im- mediately will be passed tomorrow night. McArley of East Columbus for a Miss McArley stated that one. license plate from her car had been missing a week. It had been stolen as her machine -was parked, she declared. How Lorimer came in possession of this license plate is causing specula- tion here. Convict Killed in Utah Pen Riot Guard Fatally Wounded- Republicans Back Relief Plan of Roosevelt Ashtabula. County Prosecutor How- ard Naaor declared Mrs. Lowther vir- tually convicted herself on the wit- ness stand and contended that she had been given a fair trial. Mrs. Lowtber was convicted of slay- j Mayor Duel to Death Ing Mrs. Tilby Smith of Ashtabula.) _________ May 29. 1930. and was sentenced to j HARTPOED. Sept. die Oct. 2. She Is now !n tbe city Chief of Police J. C. Beady and J. H. Police Chief and Former j prison at Columbus. I Radford. a former mayor of Hart- aided Harter. then nrosecutlnc at- j Tilfcy Smith, also convlctfed of the fcrd- enemies for years, stood in the tomey. he bad promised to "comeSkHling. has been denied a new trial jrnalij street here today witn their seekjbv tbs court and is under 023 desth sentence. shoulder Mazer's release. Mazer was permitted j to plead guilty to manslaughter in, The hearing today was before that case, and -was sentenced to j. w. Roberts Louis T Farr beads clasped on each other's and fought -with pistols, each other. A croud, too dumbfounded to in- five to 2O years In Ohio penitentiary, Pollock. Floyd Strelteaberger, former Can-j ton policeman, and Pat McDcrmov the "trigger man" In lf i the- case, arc 1 American Astronomers Batched the shooting. The fizht. arising from an argu- ment over street grading, was over, I witnesses said, before thev were NEW YORK, Sept. pow- erful support of the Republican state chairman was placed today behind the unemployment relief proposals presented to the state legislature by Kew York's Democratic governor. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Although no official announcement was made, it was learned at Repub- lican state headquarters here that Chairman W. Kingslaad Macy had sent word to Albany that the Repub- lican party must avoid any charges of obstructive tactics. Barring a breacn within tne Re- publican ranks, such as occurred tem- porarily over the New York city in- vestigation measure last winter, New York newspapers predicted early pass- age of the governor's unemployment relief program. This provides for establishment or an emergency commission of three, named by the governor, to adminis- ter the contemplated S2O.OOO.OOO fund which Roosevelt plans to ob- j tain by increased income taxes. Two Others Injured SALT LAKE CITY. Sept. convict riot that flared for an hour today in the Utah state penitentiary left m its wake one convict dead, one guard -believed to be fatally wound- ed and a deputy warden, a guard and two convicts injured. A dozen convicts, armed with a re- volver and crude bombs and knives held 'in check by the refusa tbe warden and his deputy to capitulate to their demands for the surrender of the guards' weapons. After riot calls bad brought police- men, deputy sheriffs and firemen swarming upon the wan to reinforce the guards and a company of Nation- al Guardsmen bad been assembled In tiwlr armory with machine guns, tbe mutineers agreed to the demands of Warden R. E. Davis that they sur- render and liberate two guards they safety was only several hours. They carried no radio and If they landed the water their plane was expected float not longer than 35 Last reported at Point Kruno, Hok- kaido Island. 11O miles from Ssmtt- sbiro Beach, tbe fliers got off to a, promising start. Although numerous ships along the Seattle-Oriental route failed to re- port tbe plane and radio from Dutch Harbor. Aliaka. onward. also scanned tbe skies la Tain, was not abandoned until the fuel supply was known, to be _ The most economical route the flien could fallow misses most of tne and land wireless stations. Miss Frances Bresson, fiancee of Moyle. who flew up from her borne la_ Riverside. Calif, to greet the fliers, reluctantly left tbe airport this at- _ ternoon. She could no longer hope that the filers would reach the foml In one' flight, but was confident they had landed safely at sotneipomt alone- the and would -continue to attle without delay, y, She planned, tb return by plane tomorrow if no wotd WM received before that time." Coast Gttnrd Starts Search Meanwhile. W-W, Conner, fovexn- or of the Washington, chapter of tbe National Aeronautical association, re- quested the Coast Guard'to.begln an Immediate search, along.'the Aleutian islands for Moyle and Allen. Dutch. Harbor is: the most westerly radio station and the flien could have of had taken prisoner. Louis Deathrtdge, 29, serving term for robbery, was shot down from the wall by a guard as be was clabbering up a rope ladder. C. L. Chrlstensen. a guard, attacked by the convicts, received a fratcurec skull and stab wounds that were ex- pected to prove fatal. Deputy Warden Wllford F. Giles was cut in tbe hand and D. L. Rees a guard, was beaten over the bead. Two convicts. Raymond Underwood and Joe Speel. were wounded by bul- lets of tbe guards. Suggest Fewer Districts In Conference serving life terms. The prosecution! TIT claimed the former policeman was Wanie UttlCerS poll .convicted largely on Mazer's testi- mony. Penitentiary records shcrs- that Mazer will be eligible for parole on June 13 next year. M2C OlreCZ. j result of a grading machine's chip- Another supreme Tha osstef proceccUngg Judge BostwJck grew out of his re- covery of ft ring be Is alleged to have partmeat Investigating committee: presented to a, woman, that the contracting firm of Wll- I' liamson. Howard and Smith of; Tonngstown, bad been paid for wcrkj in Belmont county -which, tbcy nev-j er performed. i Greenlun today insisted that fie' bed Intended to state that tbe con-j tractors had been paid for sary work. This unnecessary work.: he said amounted to removal ofi stcut 3a.OOO cucsc yards of dirt, oc- j casJoned! by a slide of the bill. He j said tbe contractors had been given; the job of removing the extra dirt; after he bad Iseen let oat of the de-; partneent following a conference in! New Philadelphia at which the con- tractors Trere present. Greerilnn' said be was not present at :iie con- i ftrence, but heard of It later. j STRUCK BT ACTO. KILLER O, Sept. rrd Mary Conrad, 3, was struck and killed by an automobile near her fcome here today. The driver was beld acd was being questioned. POSTMISTRESS WASHINGTON. Sept. Kate Cummins was appointed post- mistress at Bladensburg. Knox coun- the postofflce department to- I See by the Classified Ads That someone wants to buy a trunk and it roust be cheap. That an almost new Dr. Coles Hygenlc refrigerator can be bought for 83O. -Its a 150 Ib. front top icer that about and is a wonderful bargain. That a local beauty shop an- nounces Jts TJCW location with prices lower than ever. Look this one up. That yon can get your waJI- paper hung now for 10 cents per roll. That a local auto wrecking cons- pacy on Seventh street, has a large and complete stock of new and used parts, tires and acces- sories. See them first !f you want to save money. If you -want to b-uy fruits and vegetables cheap and get them fresh, the ads will tell you where to drive out and get them. You will find grapes, pturos. tomatces, peaches, etc. In the Classified. For Jobs CLEVELAND. Stpt. thousand unemployed men stormed nro county storetouses today, pnsh- Isg end milling tteir way to be the DELAWARE. O.. Sept. "milky -way" and the election of of- ficers today held the attention of delegates attending the anneal con- vention of the American Astronomical society at Perkins observatory, Oblo Wesleyan udversltv. After lengthy discussion of the milky way and the existence or non- existence of a thin-layer of light ab- sorbing matter near 'the famed by- path of tbe heavens, the astronomers elected their officers for the corn- year. W. S. Adam the curbing before Bedford's! LAKESIDE. O., Sept. pro- posal to reduce the number of dis- tricts from nine to seven waa referrec beck to committee action by tbe Northeast Ohio conference of the Methodist Episcopal church today af- ter a lengthy discussion. Proponents of tbe change arguec that it would help centralize the ad- ministration of tbe conference's bus! ness. Opponents contended the proposal would upset tbe present organization necessitate reassignment of district centers, reduce tbe number of dls- SHANGHAI. Sept. one Wet and perhaps Im- feeling had been intensified recently by the former rasyors arrest dn charges of violating the prohibition of peace has elapsed since the ill-timed rebellion of General Shi Tu-Ssn was crushed In the north. but China today -was girding herself Kadford and Boady met before latter's office today. After excaang-' c Invasion of In" they confirmed, Nanking, left LrS tog Pistols. of Mount' Eoady dropped with four bullet wounds in bis body. He died -wrth- I nrst to register for about 1.OOO jobs j Wilson observatory. Pasadena, wounds In his body. He died -a digging ditches along Cayafcoga conn- j was named president: C. G. a Seyr minutes. Radford also i f WOUnOed fOUT tlSQeS SUM died K try highways. In led at was done to doors, wln- I clows and shrubbery at the storehouse I on tbe east side and police were j ed to maintain ooier when a jrumier 1 Smithsonian ViCC-________. __ __ _ ___. ton. secretary, and Benjamin Dudley observatory. Albany. 2f. T..' treasurer. j conflict. President Shot's activities have been diverted from flood relief measures to war are that After a spirited debate, the ques- tion was referred back to the special committee, wbica may report again tomorrow. At tbe annual meeting of tbe sup- erannuated foundation. It was report- ed there would be no decrease in the funds set aside for superannuated ministers. made -a. forced on the mountainous island to the ward.and be native, settlement or fox ranch for weeks op months before being heard tram. Major Frederick L. Martlo, one of' tbe American "round-the-world flien in 1824. was lost for 11 days after nft plane crashed In the fog- a mountain, peak on the western, end of the Alaska peninsula despite or- ganized efforts tb find him. He, finally reached a cannery- equipped with a radio station and sent .oat word of bis safety. Weather conditions along the route charted by Moyle and AHen were re- garded as good, but tbe Aleutian trp is a breeding place for sudden and unpredictable storms and authorities; on flying conditions here believed K was likely tbe filers were forced down In that region. Expert Accountant, Decoy In Bank Robbery CTSdNSATI, Sept. men were In Jail tonight awaiting early trials; on of participat- ing in the Erie avenue bank rob- bery last Friday In which they se- cured only to be forced to sur- render tbe loot -within lew sec- onds by unexpectedly running into' the arms of citr firfmpn. Richard Hebsoa, Indianapolis, and Carl Frost. were captured at the time of the holdup while Theo- dore E. Nesom. 35. Baton Bonge. La., expert accountant, and Koy Dexter, alias Dick Ward, Hamilton, -were lap- prehended yesterday and jailed .after failure to give bond upon confessing to partldpaticxi In the theft. Hebson and Frost are to go on trial next Friday. They -were Indict- ed tbe same afternoon that tbe rob- bery occurred. Jiesom and Dexter have not been Indicted. t Ifesom saM his part was to act as decoy, enter tbe bank first and at- tract tbe attention of a_ teller he knew, away from a burglar alaaan while Hebson and Frost committed tbe actual robbery. OF IN-KCRIES CISCINSATI, O_ Sept. -Re- of fist fights -were reported. Some of the men had staved In ,__ __. line all night, while others had walk- j the Weather ed several raljes. A dozen of' them fainted from exhaustion. At least 80O of titem. however, drove automobiles. The jobs may be Increased from OOO to If the "stagger system- is used, but as yet the county com- missioners have not yet decided how the jobs shall be distributed. Tbe nmiiiiiimimiiiniiimiimiiiiiiuumni hospital. Radford is survived by bis widow penetrates too far into Hunan, and a daughter and Roady by bis' Three divisions of National Guards, widow aad four children. i Chiang's crack units, are en route to ________________ central Htoan while other forces are IN ELECTROCUTED CO5J3UBTJS. O, Sept. -Flcc- work was possible by a S225.000 when be lice Bartscb. 35. employe of the Co- iumbus Railway Power Light com- OHIO: Generally fair and continued at the warm Thursday and Friday. -Big Walnut plant today CONDITION5: j touched a high tension Pressure remains relatively high j .nrrrnir rn over the Ohio vaHo-v and swrth- SEIX RII.ITKIC CO. ern Appalachian region. ESkics. W. COLDMBUo. u- wpt Va.. Inches. The rather will be generaHy fair and continued warm concentrating on the Hunaa-Kiangsi border. It was reported nine Nan- king; air squadrons, totalling seventy planes, are being mobilized for the expected conflict. relief fund to be expended on high-; during tbe next two _days except !way improvement. local showers in southern Florida. I WEDNESDAY'S TEMPERATURES j taken under advisement by the state utilities commission today. ATE TOADSTOOLS; MADE IT.I. HAMILTON, O, Sept. seph Ftezack, 30. his wife Mary, 35. four children, and Mrs. Era. Flezack. 53. were In a local hospital today suf- fering from effects of eating toad- stools which they believed to oe mushrooms. jri-AXER FOR C. S. ARMT j Readings by Shurtz Pljarmacy CLEVELAND. O, Sent. 5 a. 4 p. m...... 7 a. m. '.....62 6 p. 83 IO a, m.....78 8 p. m...... 82 IS (neon) ..SO 10 p. an..... 7S .Corporation today, "me will] 2 p. m......90 J2 (midnight) 76 icosi 81 03OOOO and replacement parts rises a. rn. Sets p. m Isaoo.ooo. struction of 32 new torpedo and bombing pianes for trie naxy was started at tke Great Lakes Air Craft HELD FOR MI'RDER OF BROTHER j BOWLING GREES. O, Sept. not guilty to a charge of first degree murder of her brother. Fred Boram ilrs Blar.dbeHal- was remanded .o tee county m rsrs a. m- es m. iMoon rises 356 a, m. Sets 63O p. m. pending hearing of tbe charges. a hospital IO days ago when he was struct by a train, saying he -was cot injured seriously. Paul today. 24, died Glad to Pay for This CaH Mr. H. O- West who lives at Sor- wicft had a house for rent and when advertising It agreed to pay for the telephone calls about It. He was glad to pey for this call because it meant tenant for his house. This ad brought the can: 1023 WESTBOBRJJE rooms bmUi. aevlv euctrie, ires. Fb- 17 Norwich. charcrs. SOX OF FORAKFR DIES CINCTNIfATI, O., Sept. 9.- I He was fortunate In renting his house the first day, so cancelled tbe jsd and will be refunded the differ- Forafeer. Cincm- ence. Yo-JT opportunity of Tev.Vng nati. died today at Blue Ridce Sum-i best when you ad m the rnlt, a resort where be spent the: Times Recorder and Signal classi.led, summer. Death was due w pncumo- I jSr'ctaSBffled. Al Smith Will Do HU Own Talking SEW YORK, Sept. Governor Alfred E- Smith, to- day concerning a published report would not be- a candidate for tbe presidencT in. 1332, esnphaticanv said. "no osis "is aarJSacized' to apeak for me." A Washington dlspaScb. printed in an af ternocn paper said It bad been learned from "persons so dose to Mr. Smith as to admit no doubt" that tho former governor would not allow his name to go before toe 1932 Demo- cratic national convention. Mr. smith, reached by tbe Aewtrt- ed Press at Canoe Place; Long is- land, said ne knew nothing about published story. Tbe principal para- graphs were read to him. "No one is authorized to be said with empbasJs. statement did cot come from X gave oat no aPPouPiymeut, J. no statement to MOTHER OF FIVE KILLS 9BLF OO6HOCTOW. o. m Mrs. Ccarles Dooaker, S9. moUMr M five children, ended her life today at their borne near here toy aboottaf herself.   

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