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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1931, Zanesville, Ohio                               Always Fair TllC Always First ZANESV1LLE. OHIO, THURSDAY VOL. XL VH, NO. 228 Trial Flight of U.S.S. Akron Is Successful Where Crash of Hail Plane Killed Two Giant the Takes Air Nearly Four Hours Goes as Far North as Cleve- After Darkness Falls AKROK. OL. Bept. TJ a. was taken up on her first flight today aad don safely hours aad 47 later proven mistiest of tbe air. The flight was first test of tbe world's largest dirigible built bere for the United States navy and th Akron went through it in a highly pleasing to nary officials. Tba cigar-shaped ahlp. her silver bull glistening under a bright sun. cruised about this section at north- eastern Ohio, floated over downtown Cleveland and returned to municipal airport here at dusk. Landed After Dark The rnly unscheduled pert of tbe flight in the giant snip after darkness had fallen. Apparent- Ir misjudging tbe altitude tbe fust Jme theAkron circled the field twice before she was fastened se- curely to her poruthis mooring roast- It was estimated the ship flew ap- proximately 125 milfit. The night. under perfect weather condi- tions which prevailed after several days of waiting, was first of a series to be made before tba ship Is turned to navy and fitted with her armament. Another of the flight's may be mado- tomorrow. It was announced. lieutenant Commander Charles E. BOBcndahl. former skipper of the Los Angeles, and a survivor of the wreck of tbe years ago, in cotnmand of tbe- Akron. Notables Aboard Aboard were Charles Adams, sec- of the- sav5i Bear Admiral William A- charge of the naval bureau of aeronautics, David 1 S. Ingalls. assistant secretary of tbe and Paul W. Safety Mcc For Drivers Is Big Success Harry S.ua ing and Inrtruetwe TJk Profitable Given in Life Saving byF. 'An accident Is simply tne result of] the wrong way. dared Harry atto special of tbe Safety and Hygiene de- partment of the Ohio State Industri- al commisawn- He spoke at an thuslastic meeting of drivers of com- mercial motor vehicles in Cham her of Commerce auditorium Wed- nesday night, in connection with tbe -Safety Week- campaign being con- ducted here by tbe Muskingura Coun- ty Safety committee. -Carelessness has a great deal to do with accidents.- tbe speaker contto- and 'Wage Cuts Morally Wrong And Economically Unsound" in Opinion of Labor's Chief More Co To Reduce President Green Says Violated by United States Steel Corp. mator American corporations today stood to reductions. hundreds joining bands with United States Steel. Bethlehem Steel, and General Motors, tbe following companies, an- nounced reductions of ten per cent, effective October 1. smelting and Refining company. Colorado Fuel and Iron. General Refractories and Steel. B- f- Goodrich Rubber, and others. While labor asd government leaders received tbe news with disappoint- teent tbe school of thought that holds tbe wages must come down in lace of declining income, regard- ed the news as the inevitable conse- No Hoover But Apparent He Is Disappointed WASHINGTON. Sept. With the federal government I pondertng the turn toward lower wages. tbe action ot ttw ued. This, together i i I few moments after taking oif and Peter J. Brady, president of tbe AviaUou. were flying to the American Brady was killed, as wss Mrs. Toritti Convention 60. who bungalow on _ wrecked bungalow, and H and ensuing fire. Inset shows disorder and tbe baa caused many arm. leg or life. Mr. Sain was one of the best speak- ers ever heard In ZanesvUle. Wit.! Muskingum College Boosters Club Is Being Organized Here Guthery Can Make Own Choke for Port Plan Seating AH Local Fans in Reserved Section on 50-Yard lane With tbe feeling that .Muskingom college belongs to navy for aeronautics, and Paul W. Utcbfltid. president of the Goodyear Zeppelin corporation, builders of tbe Akron. In an tbe Zeppelin carried 113 the-most ever carried in tbe alr end fidals are willing to nave assured those interested that a section will be roped off on line If a sufficient num- ber Indicate their willingness to form an organization. No seats are reserved at McCon- COLUMBUS. state vitb dirt and! inability to think man to lose an quence of a prolonged depression, and Charles G. Barnell. well known real an essential preliminary to recovery. estste dealer and former director of j SST Asked to at hlshoMclntlrev.nue. following an attack of acute indi- gestion. Charles G. Barnell Sud audience for almost two hours HoUle OH lYI IntlTC _ _ _ _ ___. Attack of Acute Indiges- tion Quickly Fatal to Well Known Citizen ed his power as an orator. toldj bis story in plain language, garnish- ing nothing and made a tremendous bit with bis audience. John Brooks, general manager of tbe united Motor Stages. chair- man of meeting and it was through bis tbat large c _________commissioner of' General Chairman choice without any recom- nounced tbat 125 T. E. With commercial an- bus mendations from the conservation council. Attorney General Gilbert Bettman beld today The opinion, issued to Director of s vc The anoolntinent was made J. W. drivers irece present. Firemen (Mte Legalized Beer Abo Suggest Referendum on Prohibition Be HeU in Each State DETROIT. Sept. Prohlbl- tlon pushed its way to the front in the American Legion national con- vention today in two forms. The Legion was asked to consider advocacy of the legaliatlon of beer as a means of relieving unemployment labor steel corporations tonight as a trayal of faith. As president of the American eration of Labor. William termed the pay cuts "morally and economically unsound." "No greater Mow than this baa to be struck against which have been'and now an aerrtng to bring about a return ity." he said. It was not long before statement reached 'Wbtto and other high administration It was felt tonight verberattons bound to fallow-. President Hoover is not definitely to take Hte concern, it was plain only information from House today, is to Chairman Brooks first Introduced Chief Scott Power who explain- ed tbe nature- of monoxide gas poi- soning and the fatal effect it has An excellent demonstration ot life- saving was then given by city flre- menfrocx Central fire station under tbe directions of Firemen Joe Hoop- WeUncsdav evening at me borne on Mclntlre avenue, coines asa benumbing shock to bis countless dty. Mr. Barnell bad _____jjjs usual health untUji minutes before be was strlc' about the city as usual and at the time a resolution in America and believed by navy of- ficlaU to be the largest passenger USE of any airship in. the- world. Tbe Akron bad stood ready and fueled lor several days awaiting favorable weather, navy officials ex- plaining tbat tbe first was to test only her general alrwortblness- Took Air Easily Navy weather experts gave the word today and shortly after 2 p. m. the ground crew of 250 began walking The feet long and having cubic feet of lifting gas dock. crew, prertoasly rehearsed, took ber'-ijut with predsioo. tall first with the motors ot the portablo mooring mast jwsatos her. Once througb the huge peel gates of tbe hangar, so called because o? their shape, the dirigible was veered around until she nosed into the southwest breeze. While a crowd variously estunatec at 10O.OOO to 200.000 from fans in tbe same section. College of- Armament Truce Is Endorsed by United League Assembly America Approves Holi- day in Arms it's gzsse between Mus- jmd Wilmington. Those ex- to attend and take a seat to Itbe Boosters section are asked to caU j the club's headquarters at the T. M. C. Phone 2289. will be a choice I The section wBl be marked appro; GESEVA. Sept. ___ billsides the airport, the snip was cut loose frost the moorlngj Italian, prooosal of a "genUe- men's agreement' 'for an immediate one-vear armaments truce received tbo endorsement of the United States before tbe League of Nations assem- bly disarmament committee today, but met tbe Deposition of Japan. Radio dav afternoon looking after his real and insurance business and with his wife and friends. Shorty De- o'clock he suffered an attack fore 9 way ThB crew demonstrated the lot resuscitation being employed in department and used one of the Mr. i firemen as a subject. Each took parti to the Show Attendance i, a of Joseph Hooper, Frame. Leo of acute indigestion, and before any outside the immediate ueiuxc; __ _. HlnMic Illness. Second Evening Electric Amplifier at Curb Broadcasts Music for If sufficient number indicate their willingness to carry out tbe plan. It SlTbein vogus during the lour night games at New concord this; The tour night games are: Sept. 25 Wilmington; Oct. 2. Pindlay; Oct. 16 and Oct 23, Heidelberg. It Is also planned to carry out the same svstem during the basketball season should the club be a success, which appears assured. Increased attendance- marked the ana Wilbur Paulus. An Interesting demonstration of re- suscitating a guinea pig. which bad been aspfcyxiated by carbon monoxide ;as, was given by John Lewis, of Talks on AsphyilatWB Mr. Lewis then gava -o -oriicnn. American ainbass- aBd representa- mast and floated lazily upwards. j ol nls government in the dis- Salute of 21 Guns armament committee, announced tbe The set of tbe eight motors states was ready to accept tee was not turned on until the ship cad u risen 2GO feet. Tben sbe gracefully circled around, passed across tbe air- port while a salute of 21 guns boom- ed, and turned about again to fade from -view in tbe direction of Cleve- land. Tbe new queen of the air showed berself to thousands In downtown Cleveland before returning to tbe Akron, airport in tbe early dusk- Bed lights bunking on her port and green on. her starboard, sbe settled down toward the mooring mast twice before ropes were thrown to tbe ground and her nose was made fas> to tbe mast. Fifteen min- utes sifter's p. m. she was back in ber dock. Akron was constructed at plan'for tbe armaments holiday ex- cept for suspending Its program of destroyer construction. Tee con- struction Is needed, be said, as a measure of unemployment relief. Kaotake Sato, Japanese spokesman. declared ii imoracticaWe to attempt an immediate "truce. He urged the matter be postponed for consideration at the beginning of the general dis- armament conference in. February. Mr. Wilson, voiced dissatisfaction with the Jananese position and as- serted tbe psychological value ol the truce would be entirely lost if it did Federal Reserve System Has Great Strength WASHINGTON, Sept. strength, of the federal reserve system rtpjnrmstraied today in a state- second iught of the first annual Show Wednesday evening at Fourtb and Market streets, is .The exhibition continues each evening this week, al- so Saturday afternoon. An electric amplifier, on. an auto- mobile at the curb, stepped up tbe music of tbe Badlo Show Wednesday evening. This was beard -within a radius of a city block and attracted much attention In itself. It win be featured eacb evening throughout tbe moving picture-phonograph-j cabinet for production of bome- alkles continues to attract attention. The ZanesvUle dealers co-operating The cost of and was tbe first dirigible built in tbe United States after tbe fll-fated sbenandoeb, wnlcii crashed la a storm to south- ern Ohio to 1923. Tne Akron must be flown <5 hours before sbe will be accented by tne navy. One of these flights wDl be ol 48 hours duration. Passengers cf tbe ship were unan- imous in praise of its performance. Japanese Not Occupying More Territory begin ncrw. "In Mr. Wilson said, "tise suggestions relating to the iand and air forces appear to be practicable and of a nature acceptable to my gov- ernment. present cruiser level of tiei United States is considerably lower j than the fScute provided for in tbe! London agreement. THUS any under- taking not to augment existing naval strengti! causes -as embarrassment and dislocates our constraction plans. "Nevertheless we regard the general ment bv Its governing body member" banks bold in their gold re- serres about more than recuired by law. The reserve board's August review also siowed that Great Britain, which temporarily abandoned the gold dard this week, bad a net loss ofS67.- in gold from January 1 to the end of July, during which time France Imported Irom Great Britain and exported S382.0OO to her neighbor. Tbe federal reserve banks were shown to have teld last wees nearly one-calf of the world's gold supply with a total of more than a5.000.000.- OOO. Tbat above legal requirements placed at about one-fiftb the world total. n the exhibition are finding tbe pub- ic radio-minded and interested In be near 1932 models 1-mu and pentode to radio reception. Fbllowing the close of the exhibi- tion this week credit of 860 on a new 1932 radio will be awarded to a show visitor. Attendance the second night ndicates an increase in interest and arge crowds of citizens from all Southeastern Ohio are expected each succeeding evening. question of disarmament as so im- Dortant. and tbe necessity of creating a propitious nsycboioglcal condition for tbe disarmament conference so urgent, that we are willing to forego for tbe duration of the truce occupation of positions outside tbe; South ManchuTlan railway zone has been nalted. the foreign office an- nounced today, and withdrawal of troops Is under way. Newspaper correspondents were ad- lord Cecil cf Great Britain Plan One-Stop Flight From Japan to Dallas, Tex. NEW TOKS. Sept- one stco flight from Japan to Dallas Tex. 5s the latest undertaking bein contemplated by Hugh Herndon. Jr and Clyde Panabom, who ortgUiall started out to break the Post-Catty girdling record. Their flight headquarters here day announced tbe airmen would at- l such a flight if a reported of S25.OOO by Cd. W. E. Easter- bf Dallas, could be verified. Harold large Bamell and his wife returned week ago from Bass Mr. Barnell had interest in tbe summer re- EOrt. Mr. Barnell was a life long resident of this city. He was at one was prepared proposing tbat congress be asked to direct tbat a referendum on prohibition be held to eacb state. The latter proposal was not pre- sented to the delegates and the beer resolution was not put to a vote, thus leaving the controversial Issue to be decided tomorrow In the organiza- tion's final session. Bonus Discussion While prohibition was emphasized at tbe gathering, the second out- standing issue before tbe immediate full payment of the bonus discussed by Brlga- I dler-General Frank T. Bines, director of the Veterans Buretru. who warned tbe Legion members tbat additional demands might affect tbe "intangible asset of good will" which be said the be no lowering Americam standards. Green Says Iromtee Green charged Steel corporation promise made to with violating the nation when tt and others assured wages, maintained "during this period of unemployment-' The reference was to between President Hooter incnt Industrialists add labor agreed against wage one band and new Increases on tbe other. Labor has kept ita declared la bis protest time engaged in the paint and paper business and later embarked in tbe real estate and Insurance field in which be was interested at the time of bis death. He served as director address on wbafto do Jn cTent ot asphyxiation res- Ua, -n-q O1 pubUd safety under CV Itotton of Mayor C. C. fflater and made an: excellent" record or public He was a prominent member plraMLon as demonstrated by the fire- men should be done at once." the sDeaker declared. "Incorrect action is dangerous and may cause the loss of a Human life, but correct methods In many cases will save a life." The speaker-declared tbat carbon Is colorless, tasteless monoxide gas _ and odorless and one per cent to the air will suffocate a person in five minutes- He advised the drivers never to operate the engine of an automobile to a closed garage. in bis talk Sir. Sain declared th-t citv council made the "police enforced them, and the public made it a special duty to vio- late them. Tbe speaker stressed the value of human life and pointed out that a life was 100 per cent value to some- one He told of the newspapers featuring Babe Ruth last year on tbe front page when be scratched -his leg and was kept from baseball lor some- of the Grace M. E. church where be tns active to ihe Domer Bible class a member of tbe Domer chorus. He is survived by bis widow and one brother. H. T. Bamell. of this city; and one sister. Mrs. LJllle Bush, of Columbus. Funeral services will be conducted at the late home at 2 o'clock Satur- day afternoon with interment in Greenwood. Legion now possesses. No proposals re- garding tbe bonus came before tbe veterans but they unanimously adopted a resolution -asking liberali- zation of tbe pension laws which would give allowance to all .widows and orphans of World war service Legion's com ___ ji. which recently conducted a nation-wide "conference to Washing ton. submitted the beer proposal. I was made a supplement to tbe regular reductions 'demands "fof made no mention at moves such as strikes. Summing up bis sentiment, at after deliberate aad Uon Us ssii it -1 tbT julius Klein, assistant commerce, tbat "there to pay throughout in the event of a------ auction." This opinion Klein, lass night, comment. At the powers. In ndiWJa, called report of tbe cotnmlsslon read, amid loud applause. and by the time. Two Escaped Prisoners Captured TOLEDO, O.. Sept. Edward Blaszak, 24. of Medina. N. T-. and Hanna. 21, Eagle Harbor. v whoawed thir __ "While Babe Ruth is a great these injuries were suffered by hundreds ot other persons ha tbe world whose life Is as valuable as tbe great borne-run bitter." "We do not appreciate human life until it comes home to us an an ac- cident. Then we are up in arms against all persons who are careless." tba speaker continued, "if we appre- ciated life like mother, we would all be safety he declared. Tbe speaker vent on to compare prehistoric life with the present day F. M. Ransbottom Honored by K.T. ZanesvUle Man Is Deputy Gram! Commander TOLEDO. O- Sept. bus was selected by tbe grand com- mandery. Knights Templar of Ohio ic session to Toledo today as tbe place pay ......-------oiCIndiSJa, best thing 1 from the Albion, N. T.. Jail. Aug. ,13, were arrested by detectives, railroad officers and deputy sheriffs this af- to freedom and pointed out that while tbe an- _ _ _ m ternoon in Trilby. Detective Frank Delora said the men are responsible for 15 burglaries in Ohio, Michigan and New York and f OT the tbelt of 12 automobiles. They recently burglarized the Fremont Golf club, he said. Dies of Fright as the 9Otb annual conclave The dates tentatively dents protected themselves with clubs against tbe onslaughts of wild pTiimais, tbe present generation bad everything to fight. Too Much "Dont Care" "People say automobiles kill peo- ple. Tbey are wrong. An automo- bile never did any barm to it Jife. Tou can park It for hours and it will not move, but put a behind tbe steering wheel and this piece of for fixed were Oct. 12 and 13, 193S- At tbe election of officers this aft- Hobert H- Pauscb. Columbus, deputy grand commander, was. ele- vated to the grand commandersblp to succeed grand commander Hobert J West, Toledo. There were no contests for any of- fices, and two Toledoans, Grand Re- corder Henry Scaaeler. and Lloyd Koulet were honored among tbe grand officers. Mr. scnaefer begins bis lOtb year commandeiy officers Auto Skids oo, in addition, they would fcc clg.Me SVK S.-SK MT. VEENOJf, Ky_ Sept. Toledo. O_ lag. "nobody can vised of this action by a spokesman) gxEEL MERGER CASE AGAIN" of the foreign office TOUNGSTOWN. O_ Sept. ferenceB to which Baron Shldebara. CaaJlsel on in tne injanc- the foreign minister, and Minister or aon gMt o_er tne jgerger oj tbe War Mtoami took part. _ 1 Youngstown Sheet Tube and; Bethlehem Steel Corp., o' Jaoan to the United States. This of- fer permits a takeoff from Samuslro Bsaca. 5O miles from Tokyo. Col. Eastersfood. who paid tbe fliers. Coste and Bellonte, the spokesman said, bad been grossly exaggerated by militar- ists anxious to create a favoraWe bn- In Japan. Such occupation, be- said, bad narrowed down to KJrln. Cbangcbun and tbe native city of Mukden. From all other points, ex-! cept poBslWy Antung, Japanese forces: bad been recalled. Firemen Injured as Auto Hits Flagpole Base SOOTH CHARLESTON. O, Sept. 23 Cincinnati f iiwnen. retnrn- ing from tbe annual Ohio are school! at Columbus, were shaken up when: their automobile struck the concrete Jwss cl s "f tbe public square bete today. j Tbe car was damaged only slightly; and tbe men resumed their tup af- ter one of them received treatment for minor face lacerations. Tbe otb- j iis-were unhurt. Their Baroea were; not learned. j FACTORY FOR WHOLESALE i CANNING TIFFIN, O, Sept. John Dreltzler tonight said wholesale canning program which j would be made possible by use of the. canning f acton? at the Junior Order.' tfcittcd American Mechanics national wculd virtually sclve tbe winter food relief problem here. Use of tbe factory was preferred and ac- cepted today.______--------------.----- for their Paris-New Tort- flight, was reported traveling Canada, and could not be to notify court whether they wish to or want postponement. M_M____ __ __.CF__ physicians said. when his Automobile skidded in fresn oil and went into a ditch. His wife was uninjured. Physicians said Thatcher bad been subject to heart mechanism thing. becomes dangerous Tbe speaker pointed out tbat tbe "don't care" spirit Is the cause of many accidents. "We rush to a placs at tbe rate of 5O miles an hour. But what are we- going tbere for? Noth- ing, except we don't care- bow fast we are going. Carelessness. Inability to think, and the lack of education are tbe main causes of accidents. causes oi attacks and died when be chairman T. E. Wltb an- hls machine would be wrecked. Tbe couple was enroute from Toledo to FJorlda. Thatcber, a retired raUroad man. was a 33rd degree Mason A son, E. nounced at tbe meeting tbat thus far this week tbere were gatherings The grand chosen were: Robrt H- Pauscb, Columbus, grand commander: Frank M. Kansbottom ZanesvUle. deputy grand commander Rlley W. Wortman. Defiance, graa- generallsElmo: Clyde L. Smith Fre- mont, grand captain general: Albert A. Kobaler. Akron, grand chairman. Howard P. Savage, of Chi- cago. The commission recommended tbat "when it.shall properly come before this convention, due consideration be given to modification of the Volstead act to legalize beer without conflict with tbe constitution of tbe United States, in the Interest of furnishing added employment." The commission added that It be- eves "hundreds of thousands of Jobs may be created" througb beer maeu- acture. teferendum Proposal The referendum resolution came out of a stormy session of con- vention resolutions committee. After several previous meetings resulted in deadlocks, the group voted 23 to 2O this morning against a proposal tbat irohibttlon be declared "no concern if the Legion." Later tbe referendum resolution was agreed upon 17 to 13 as the one to be presented to tbe delegates. While delaying action on the con- troversial Issues, the convention to- day took stands on numerous ques- tions pertaining to veteran, naturali- zation, immigration and other mat- ters. Refusal of naturalization to persons -ho do not, promise -under oath to bear arms In defense of tbe nation and tbe passage of laws-to prevent illegally entered undesirable aliens from engaging in business or obtain- ing employment were tbe principal changes advocated In tbe Immigra- tion laws. Stricter deportation laws, registra- tion of aliens and a ban on Mexkan- Indlans and Filipinos as immigrants also were advocated. Approval of the Hoover moratorium on war debts and reparations and a plea to congress to take immediate action approving tbe debt holiday re- ceived unanimous endorsement of tbe convention. can possibly iappear earners themselves. Commodity pricas Ing down and it was only natural for wages to follow, be sald. Admuustratlon Disappointed- ___ Tbere was no attempt to the disappointment of the. adnunis- tration tbat changed been taken on wages. One economic .auttu the increased savings banked last two years, about arrived but little were and said the tuneibM itbose who ready to loosen' and spend, consequently. ___ trade. As for outlook now., did not predict. __ It is the future which Oaal study at present. more bone certainty as to Vm degree to which the ft ducing wages win be followed m ww bnstoess and industrial .worlds. An expectation was apparent more than one quarter that cut leadership of such ticns as United States _ hem Steel and General MOton ___ have a wide following. Tbte wmsJlBe- dieted to some _ government quartetfc as wen as by Senator Walsh. buying power of the people will be stm furajer ndooM and the situation aggravated, During the day, a. report was ictta. grand treasurer: Henry Schaefer. fwnrder: Paul r. Toledo. O'Brien. grand recorder; Paul Davron, grand junior war- All Right to Speed to Put Over Big Deal lated that railroad union, CHICAGO. Sept. one meeting bere bad agreed to cent cut of wages to tbat industry. This was called a feeler In union cles, and brought denial. Girl Held as Accessory in Quadruple Killing ANN AEBOE, Mich, Sept.___ Eatberine Kelter; 35, was boSEd to circuit court far trial on. a i of beine an accessory after tbe of murder to tbe quadrupte ing at her examination this aftemocn- before Justice Jay H. Payne, Miss Keller was tbe sweeasesrt Smith, convicted slayer a life tern to tbe Michigan prison Maruuette. Sfce t rested tbe night Smith, tbe current depression can letTToiedo. grand warden, and Rob- during tbe current ert W? Taylor, Columbus, grand cap-! speed in Chicago. Judge Samuel Trade tain of the guard. Thatcher, lives la Canton, O. I See by the Classified Ads That a 173 acre farm 2 miles from Duncan Falls on Improved rood Is for sale at a bargain price or wiU trade for smaller farai. It bas everything Including timber, coal, on leased, and Is an ideal stock and grain farm with lots of second bottom land. Tbat you can buy peaches a few tnSles from Fmlo at 25c per busb- That if you are thinking of put- ting down a water well or any- thing along that line, the ads wUl furnish you -with the nances of the best men for that kind of work. That an experienced girl wants position as maid or will care- for children. References furnished If deslred- lumber of different sizes Is for sale. Hundreds of people depend up- on Classified ads to supply their wants. Read them have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Story of Blonde Figures in Trial of Ex-Sheriff PORTSMOUTH. O, Sept. The prosecution rested late today to j the trial or Maurice J. CaldweU, for- mer sheriff Seioto county, charged with falsification of his expense ac- counts la connection with the trans- portation of prisoners to and from state institutions. Since the defense tas summoned only tbree witnesses tfce case prob- ably will reach Use jury of three wo- men and nine men tomorrow. Prose- cution witnesses including Ohio peni- tentiary and Mansfield reformatory KILLED IS ACTO CRASH O, Sept. 23. W Jaccb Morelein. 28. Port Union, But- ler county; was killed bere tonight when bis automobile crashed into a traction company freight. He was a son of Jacob MoreieW, ST., former wideiv known brewer._____________ held and talks were made to as foHcws: 8 a. m, wu Railways Wffl Not and 10 ana iv Body and Fender Co.; 11-15 ndr: a- Reduce Wages speeding John Matb- iesden said: afraid -twstirtert a blonde woman accompanied tbe fonner sbertir on trips to ttie institutions. CaldwelTs attorneys said tbey hoped to prove he employed Hoxle Miller. 23-year-old blonde of Huntlngton, W. Va., as a guard to accompany pris- oners and that her expenses were paid legally. Calrtwell resigned during an i Investigation tbat resulted In bis ta- dlctment. nnniniiniiiniiiiniiiniiitiiiuiiinnnin The Weather OHIO: Fan- and cooler Thursday and Thursday night; Friday fair witb slowly rising temperature. CONDITIONS: Cooler weather _ sections except tbe extreme within tbe next 24 hours. Except for showers Thursday morn- ing in portions of tbe middle Atlantic and north Atlantic states and local tbundersnowers Thursday afternoon in Tennessee and tbe south Atlantic states generally fair weather win pre- Drug CO4 noon. Obto Fuel Brothers Grocery OK m-. Bailey Pottery and plant; 130 p- m- ij p- m- Baker Ball company: besides reduce the wages Wednesday Sain congratulated tbe coimnlt- tte success of its drive and wen pleased with tar altbougb be greatly deplored night. and David negro. convicted aad sentenced slaying of two boys near Tpsflanti said smith's bloodstained was found to ber She is being held at and two omccm court, -any one wbo can put over a WoA business deal at this time deserves tbe Of TaSl and help of tbte court. fendant discharged-" of lower wages Sept- FORMER BANKER OX TRIAL CINCINNATI. O., Sept. Herbert Dorger, former assistant casn- ler of the defunct Cosmopolitan Bank I and Trust company, went to trial to- day vail Thursday and -____ WEDXESOAY'S TEMPEKATTJRES Readings by Sburtz PSrannacy 5 a. m. uajr V.A wuc VA __ Tl m tn navl AJ5 'would rove to be pow- TO FEN _ MT GttEAD. O, Sept Romans, former secretagj of tbe Morrow Cou Farmers Mutual Insurance Co, Card- ington. must serve one to 1O rears to Ohio penitentiary for embezSing of tbe company's funds, tbe eppelate court ruled today. Who Said You Can't Sell Piano. tbe beavy traSKc. located not GETS WEEK-END IN JAII. SSmTON. O, Sept. 23 GIbbs. 38, father of five children, was sentenced to spend each Saturday and ing while intoxicated. Sful stabilizer of business ana env- tbe rauroeds, during a period of t Tbe Lincoln park, was ctb employes and he noon hour ed in, forced the omers to He on toe out tbe casb armed wttfc ptetpto tbe entrance ox outside in an t erted "rhe robtsery was accociplMlwH saM -von cant sai dUtftkwnr ner Classified Ads! morning this ad appeared _ f could be Justtfledby ot bustoess and good wnat was gomg racttce. and to continue tbeir ordi- nary maintenance program. to the very first per- who inquired about it. confessed bave been ____tendencies by on bis brain, war be SSSer proof of_ the tf- DISPERSE MINE ATHENS. O, Sept. ett and pickets who blocked 4 p. m. 81 6 p. m......83 8 p. m. 78 10 p. m.....76 12 (midnight) 74 Sets 631 When you bave exchange, it pays to Phone 17 and from Massflloa thte ftntt grand Jury today in 10 a. m. 12 (noon) 2 p. m. to the Mlimeld Mine whom be mlstooK lac a tor to have attaciwd   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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