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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1932, Zanesville, Ohio                               4'4 Always First The Times Recorder VO" WM i Always m British King Knights fair today and Friday (Anglo-French Accord Cause or Surprise Denies It Applies to War Debts, France Says It Does Werica as Usual Not Con- Call It New Peace Move Bulldog Mascot LONDON. .rretarv Sir John Simon surprised of commons by announcing jav that Britain and France a new had w accord under which they 11! "exchange views Trtth complete ndor" in attacking the problems have kept Europe In turmoil. foreign minister emphasized ttiis agreement had no connec- whatever with relations between and the United States or Brl- Dnited States, speclf- ,o the T.-ar debts WEYMODTH, England, July 13 King Jnmea I. who knighted a loin of beef at Houghton Towers 300 years ago, riving the name by which It has been known ever since, King George bestowed a knlehthood on a dog today. The animal was "Bill Bulldog." mascot of the battleship Nelson. His majesty ceremoniously dubbed the dog "Sir William Bulldog. The Incident occurred during King George's Inspection of the home fleet. New RelierBill Passed by House, To Conference Expect Final Action and Adjournment by Con- gress by Week-End 01 1 r our Klocks Coney Island Swept by Fire 7ANESVILLE. OHIO. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1932 Shippers Well Pleased With Rate Meeting New York's Famed Play- ground for Time Threat- ened With Destruction Penchant for Kicking Lands Him in Jail TIFFIN. O.. July Utnz. 45, kicked himself rnto Jail to- dno'sa started it by kicking his wile out of bed this morning. Patrolman Ham- Guss. summoned to quell KICK-   r-i-t Makes Move to Test Sm- arter lire had turned four blocks olj eerily of Republicans Its internationally-known boardwalk into ruins. i Fire commissioner John J. Dorman ______ announced early this evening the the conflagration which time to wipe out the resort had to.: Carter o Believe Case Was Well Represented to Rail- road Heads Consider Matter at Meet- ing Thursday in Columbus Wales Stands on Head As' Parlor Trick Prince ol Wales not likely to become n wall Hover through bc- inu a buck number. Recently ho hns added to> his pwlor nccompllshmonts tho trick of standing on his head. It is done only when he is In n. circle of Intlmtitca, whom nw come information Ibrt ho it rather well. Quiet Follows Recent Killings In Coal Field Representatives of tho Zanesvill I Chamber of Commerce and local in dustrlallsts were" well pleased with th I freight rate conference held with rail roftd representatives at the Zanesvlll the a L_ insurance, agcn Wet, Dry Question Annoys Ohio Republicans on Eve of State Platform Convention IS Ohio Republican State Convention Program Columbus auditorium, Thtursday afternoon, 4 p. m. Temporary chnlnrmn. Senator Simeon D. Keynote'ndresa by Senator Fcsa 8 V m- of miblHvu state cnndlrtntcn. Including 1 lbert Bettmnn and twvltt 5. Mine Guards Fire Into Woods To Flush Snip- Casualties COLUMBUS. O.. 13 W1 Quiet prevailed throughout the Ohio bituminous coal strike region todti> r.iKht session with by Be- publHvu state-c- Gilbert Bettmon nl0-15 p. m., address by Secretary o War Patrick J. Hurley. Friday 10'30 ft. of convcn tlon' proceedings and debate on the platform. was the traffic eomm ttee o after too cventr ui U oy conflict in interpreta of the accord developed when nans dispatches quoted Premier Ed- ouard Herriot as saying that, D u consequence Srrt consulting fo'-elen-- secretary's announce- rs made shortly before par- automatically adjourned un 27 and there was no op- _ 'full elucidation of the Bocuinent by debate. pcopc' of Pact journment of week. Tho house passed the bill, 296 to 46 substituted it for the measure put through by the senate yesterday, and cllsoatched It to conference. For a time It appeared agreement on the few differences between the two might be obtained tonight, but long senate delay in appointing .its representa- tives put off 'the conference still spoke hopefully of adjournment tomorrow nignt, but from the senate indications were lor completion of the seven-month long for a been brought under control. dreds of small structures along the Atlantic Ocean were still burning, however, and a dense pall of smoke hung over the beach. About 200 injured The number of injured was listed by Dr. Richard commissioner: of hospitals, at about 200, 40 of whom were sent to hospitals. Forty-six lire- mer! treated for minor burns and smoke inhalation at one emergency hospital and 160- civilians were taken of at two other stations. None of the injuries were expected to .e suit in fatalities. The damage to bath -nouses, apart- d prohibition. The former the treasury tho Chamber of Commerce, assisted by i Emcst Davis, traffic manager of the Tile company, were presented I the rail officials and they were care- The railroad officials were very t-He Vint Tne raiiiUiiu VM.AWIUU T courteous and ,-cre quoted as saying UR.? Glass then said he would jtnnt the local- case is of great merit call it up again. The constitutional Maentoorrt pro- nd deserving of careful consldcrn- It tncli taken utional it also would prohibit of liquor Into states session Friday or Saturday. The senate delay came on objec- ment buildings, (D It provides for complete -and consultation problems nay effect the European 2) It provides 'for co-operation to AHO J tlons to appointing conferees until the house "had put the home loan bank bill, last of the administration reconstruction program measures, in- o conference. When an attempt by he house to do this failed, and on a tslea by Senator Hobinson of Arkansas ;ne Democratic leader, the senate named its conference members Soon after that house objections to the other conference were -withdrawn ana both bills thus found themselves ___ Tlrttll _ way for co-oper- preparation for the world eco- nations not .crnnirTare gainst other that the accord i in no sense exclusive and tha. e already had Presented copies o. ..to Germany, Italy and Belgium, io- those governments to becomf to be -particularly clear. 'on disarmament. We nav announced our Intention (Turn to Page 12, Please) )hio Crops Below July! mall concessions and was estimated by William C. Melnch: chairman of the Cone> island Chamber of of which about 51.500.000 was rovared by insurance. A four block square area was blackened ihass of wreckage and tha section of the promenade was in outside even years or'it would die. ashes, budings the main fire zone had been also and hundreds were homeless. o conference committees, with sessions set for tomorrow morning. The senate had sought to amend the relief bill once again and actually adopted a clause to add 200.000 men to tte military services. toteac- tlon WES reversed when Boalnson against further delays. P ThThoSe had substituted its own bill to avert the possibility of another veto in view of the provision in .he senate bill authorizing federal re- banks to discount notes of pri- least five V, eas __- of them expensively equipped-a six storv. apartment house, --five three t houses, and dozen t stands -were, caugh resort of merry resor s CT hS lost their belongings 1 deletion, of several groups here forbidden. under ad- v hold a meeting In Colum- uua, Thursday, July 21. at which v, was time the data preened will given the request of local industries consensus of opinion, railroad men thnt there men were killed.---- several bridges damaged by explosions and fire. The only shooting reported todstj was near tho Provident mine In Bel- mont county where mine guards, con- veying working miners to the shaft fired into a wooded hillside to scare out snipers who may have been wait Ing there to horrass the workers. No casualties were reported, nnd tne trucks were not fired on. Meanwhile Adjutant General Frank D Henderson dispatched Brig. Con. Harold M. Bush of .Columbus to the strike field to survey conditions for Governor White. The general will ob- serve the actions of working miners strikers and operators report to the governor whether he fools acldi tlonal troops are necessary to main for Camp Perry to day the adjutant general said he loi troops now In the field were capabl of handling any emergencies tha Belmont county was State Organization Urged Not To Go Beyond Na- tional Platform. Secetary Hurley, Keynoter, To Reply to RooseveltV Speech of Acceptance COLUMBCS. O.. July wet and dry question was uppermost In the minds of deWgaWs to the publlean state platform convention as they gathered here tonight for ,opening of their two-day session.to-v j morrow. Running a close second 1 the prohibition issue1 In Interest R'. Reach 2 I. a W1" CIIC e! tne natlonal adrnlnlstra- SeawayJProject Treaty Will Be Ready for Signatures at Early Date n its i _, I can hardly understand how any- desired. would favor amending the United Favorable Action States constitution consent." replied he by unanimous would call WASHINOTON. July Cana da Unltecl stntcs havo a renrhed nn ngrccmciu to build In the event action rail group takes -hS matter at the In Columbus next week. associatlon ,_ ls will bear will a ace resoutlon Sp later to "test the gooc to Central faith and sincerity of the senator will bear grr-t from Connecticut (Blngham) other Hepublicans have en e in 'testing the sincerity' of the Demo- 1 manufacturcrs. the _ of the request of local cratic party. lovemment Reports Show June 'Drought Damage vawj Individuals and corporations. But in. the senate such fears had been al- laved by assurances that Secretary Mills and Governor Meyer of the f ed- eral reSve board did not oppose the provision. v P Described Tw Democrats as the -HooveV bill." the house measure did "dt contain either-the. senate s federal i loan provision or the proposal Garner that the recou- finance uthorfzed to make loans to to caused president Hoover to et'o the first relief bill. burning lockers. Half Moon COLTTMBUS, O-, July TODS were below the season average July 1 the federal department of Lriculture and Ohio agricultural ex- periment station said in Its monthly Report today. Dry weather in June, and the fact that general rains recently-TWO! too late to be of much benefit to crops M oats, -wheat and alfalfa, caus- the drop In the average, the de- ments said. These rains, however of great .value to late farm pro- report said that farmers had rtduced ths acreage of most crops during the current year. Principal decreases were noted in corn, winter sjheat, rye-, tobacco, soy beans, am aprincfpai crop conditions as of Jul Corn. 79 per cent, one point below _jtlmatcd yield, 30 Sl'.Ooir'busaeTs, compared -with ''oats, 60 or 20 points be uw average, yield estimated at 42 iVS.OOO bushels, compared with BA- ST cent, 11 1CY J5 per cent, with estimated at 2.222.000 bushels, or half the showed a drop in condl- boning during June. Apples were So cent below average. Pe-aches 33 cent and pears 7 per cent. Grapes 30 per cent, above avcTage ana cherrv production -was ions, about "half that cf >evere Heat Wave Brings rostrations Swallows Toothpick, Dies As Result O.. J'Jly W Va..'-Dlants of the Follansbee n Plate company, died tonight fol- owing an operation for the removal (Turnc to rage 3. please) Reynolds Mystery Ignpredby No Reference Made to DeatKf of _i_ July 'upShie pistol bullet''death of Smith iSvnolds. young heir to tobacco mil- Sway' Boost Industrial Insurance Rate For Employers Basic Rate Increases of 17 Per Cent Is Ordered by Industrial Commission Isalc Tile ocal interests. Th Wednesday was pre- ,1 Jed over' by Bnsrtll P. HerroW I. pw- and general manager of the MO- ny, who represented n. At morning- ses- cn members of the Chamber of Com- including C. L. logsdon, pre- the situation with data to Mar ut their statements. The conference recessed luncheon was enjoyed -at tne duo houstf and the discussion was almost at a standstill as the an order bv Sheriff Howard Duff that non-workers must keep at lewt a ,nile irom the shafts. He issued this order after ho was pushed from yestefday while escorting a number of workers to the Provident mine, snipers fired several shots nt tne Powhatan mine tipple without caus- inor nnv casualties. Conditions to the Athens county field were improved, and there wasi llt- or no activity at Chaunccy where v ___ Yesterday St. Lawrence seaway which to open every harbor on the Great-Lakes to ocean commerce. The White House announced today tho terms of an agreement were final- ly settled yesterday and thflt tne treaty now being drafted will for signature ".it an early, date. The expectation was this would In a week or two. The treaty probably will signed In WBShmaton by representatives of Canada nnd the United States. The Canadian government will sign an An-eemcnt later with Ontario which is to handle the Canadian share of tho tlon would bombard the S address of the Democratic tint nominee. With the Hoover chiefs of Secretary of Wax Patrick J. Hurley, and Postmaster General' Walter ;jj Brown of to.. major roles, thoso who will guide convention wondered If the would acorpt the national ifjg declaration of force.; prohibition through an out-and-out wet President Hoover's close advisers, ccording to gossip among some dele- ates, will make every effort to hold he prohibition question within ounds of the national platform. Other forces, led by Attorney General Gilbert Bettman, orial nominee, and David S. candidate for governor and formerly. ane power developed In the International section of the seaway. The United section of States will NOW York state which share of the an agreement will power. s he had swallowed. of a and a, Pittsburgh the operation at a hospital here last was bom an the son of W. .ent of comnany. He is survived by h s fatn- er, ihe widow, Margaret Elytne Fol- llnsbee. a son, Gilbert. Jr., six broth- ers ar.d a sister. in But the ensiling developments, marked thi of .the young widow twice by a coroners iun, ap pcnred to have subslaed and completely- Transou f peace officer of Forsyth and head of ing agencies, insisted his would be continued, but he Indicate he was very hopeful of im Amelia Makes Fast Trip Across Continent rleld NEWARK. N- Amelia i3 Putnam broke fv. the Jury, to pro vlnce of which the case was avuo inatically committed after a coroner late Monday night verdict of death from a. gunsh wound inflicted by a person or pe cnns unknown, wrote Its linai rejju July -17 per cent in >hio Workmen's compenBation assess lents by_rthe; .state In ustrial commission today as the re M of heavy drains on reserves and ecreases in payments, due in par gefSefemployers baaed o he: amount of their payrolls showe in 345 classifications, de reases in 37 and no change m 200 general trend of the acclden xperlenccs in some classification durtn- the nast year more than off det >atc increases in some cases an rqualed in others, the com ore retroactive in 1931 exceeded r was killed early a burst of fire from a one man by by a urs Guard camp- The guardsmen nctcd after they were fired .on in the dark- For 11 vears Canada, and the United tntes have had the seaway unde serious consideration and for elgh ears there have been active ..During the last months W.D ivi.ldgc. the Canadian Vashlngton, and ng about 55 persons represented luding the railroad hends. M. Reed, dls- Prohibitionists Are Undecided as To How to Ballot Indications That Suppor Will Be Given Hoover _-No Third Party and Albert E. ;_ I night meeting here wie ho American minister lave boon travel a junior Hoover cabinet aid to be- bent on having thg Ohio platform outright They won their nominations on declarations. I'o Answer Rooscvclt> Hurley, the Hoover strategist, 1 nectc'tl to answer the speech of crnor Franklin D. Boosevelt or York, when be accepted the D cratio presidential nomination at to Cauacl be twee wSington nth. the Canadian prime B Bennett, and Secretar; president Hoover has been with former Senator Henry J' as his personal repreeenta- cago. Hurley will address the c vciition tomorrow night. While.the leaders mulled wet and dry angleV.the Anti-Sal LcnguO. through its Ohio ent, S. P. McNaught, hurled tho ttt of independent candidates in'the doctlons unless the was board of Canadian and Americin engineers which made a report on the seaway estimated that from seven to .e years will be required to complete the gigantic project alter work Is actual- of the St. Although (Jie declined to a "reasonable." it was taken for ed that he mennt that '.it the partv wcnt.no further Uonal plank, -the-drys would IRepublican candidates.; (Turn to 3, Emergency that this city. because of shrunken emplojonent, by S4.532.310.W. In 1930 disbursements were greater than receipts, i "Is a result of these disbursements commission's Industrial The conference was one of: ta- cortancc and me'ans more to Zancs- SttTfndustries than any other matter that has come up for many years. Corn Borer Quarantine Lifted July 15 assets co cre reduced in 1931, The btu. statutory to said. personal declaration as to the presi dent's present position It was-clear tonight, tal drop of 220 feet. Little of r Fw Action This Session j'uiy emergency farm relief me tended to aid producers Libby Holman Goes Into Retirement lifted on July 15. Seen reduced the commission ThiT was due in part, it was said, to failure of certain employers to -ivments Into the f tends and heavy drains as the result of injuries to insured workmen. Reductions In the of the commission from saying today announced it was curtailed appro- bring to an end tutlon. r his last statement 18th amendment, in whlcn ne removing it the const dry O July ___'came back furtively today the home town she left six years ago to become a "Broadway ldo1' She bad been expected to go home to tho middle .class patents In the Avondale section of P city. Instead she sought tho 'seclusion of the suburban the cnns un, Jor the term, without referring to the, o S750i568.58 during the year UOD. on flight rec-! Reynolds mystery. ord bv nearly 10 hours toaay failed by than -prKT-k Hawks' coast- of also reported. _ This was "descrlBccl Home Loan Discount Bill to Conference due to the general industrial de- classifications were increased were: he failure to obtain funds su to maintain effective control, H.de in an accompanying statement. 14 minutes and 40 seconds after leav- for a record." she she climbed wearily from the ercnce. The measure louse from (By The Associated Press) -vVith thermometers over Ohio ycs- lerday registering higbs for 1933. stratlons -were left In the wake of She summer's most severe Scat At Cleveland.-Miss Etnll? '3. an employe In the county e. was overcome by heat of 92. At Toledo. crDifc of her trans-ocean ship "This flight was entirely for prac- navigation. Later I may do in a faster ship Mid try to s trip In about 12 hoars.' 1OUS8 Ranged and an am nd at a reported "a 92. on unidentified an was __ Tn? mercury at .4 M. the hlcb. lor the year: Other fetate tcrapcrntnrcs were ColurnJws sz: Snrtnnati S2.7; Dayton S3. nndJav jnreltercd -with a tempera- ol 100. seven decrees hotter than L for the year. Street President Asks That Bonus Army Be Sent Home bonus-demanding to besiege e. President capitol a request for Icg- Jmus Ration to W the entire MOW arrnj hcrmc. The request Ol the til tabulation proposals esislatlve stages today through the mucn bant bill to con- came back to the the senate radically automobile manufacturers. rubber tire manufacturers. erection. buildlnB trad" workers, street and road con- "truction, electric light and companies, department stores power compan, host of other businesses employing worKmen. Kohler, of Cleveland, Urge Club Women to Machine Politics mpptlnf. It calls roc -o submitting the or modification to the states. Is congress to submitted club women O., July urged today security. Chairman Stcaaall of the house, was biocK'ed in. YORK. July former mayor and crnment. "The time has an, address before cratlon of Women's Clubs, women of America to Ideals and to from bcccuil machine, for machine.'" "In our recent r lor national conven- poor dry" ailuI3Bl Jtatc legislators, and Procurement of accurate data on ;hcre candidates stand. While declining to be quoted wr prohibltlonlstfi r K anlzatlon conference they no promise of effec- as far as once by the curious, and wen- to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kalm In a wooded suburb. Attorney Admits Thefts: Goes to Prison over prominent its Suggests Reduction in State Gasoline Tax -plckcd by those the 18th amendment Pennsylvanla the ,-v. to effect! transfer to" the outward bound] measure legislative right-of- withdrew his objection S15.COO. with friends state committee on t-ill UTEC his in nine economy, will urge nis knm I j Suspend License of Ohio Physician One who prostration occurred at i '-infis csplrrs rarrcury rtsichcd Jar at -a-wS. Too Hot to Strike So jnvicts Eat JO13ET. HU July The J fctrfte at penitentiary was an today. A detail of 200 toe strtte when Siicy. rrrcd pancaics wMtioat sjrup. T.oct dav they sot ere aiifl f -whm too hot to strifes any more. cat." mr-W'On ww It Wouldn't Make a Bit of Difference i Mr. Kohte's condition, said Dr- the threat of b4cr. shortly the on, by one who arrived i. O.. July to prison. re. i. chairman jnik probation, for early action on'It. WvSi Senate leaders, however, ;T optimistic over final .-congressional apptoval., measure before adjournment. The bill calls for paying to.; producer of wheat, cotton on that shore of his crop needed domestic consumption, .an amounc equal to too tariff levies on .wheaV and hogs, and five cents a P short staple cotton. 'CThc wheat payment would cents a bushel and that on hoi cents a a small aae for admlnistraUve coste. These amounts would be n addition to whatever the com brought in the domestic maritet.. Find Store Stocked With Stolen Goods C1EVELAND, O- Juy v girls who had canvassed Jror- o store for the past fortn search of women's clothing from their employer's store i warded when, they entered downtown Cleveland chop, the apparel and caused tho tho couple operating the store. Tho girls started their; canvass nearly 200 dresses had been from the' Schcr Frock Shop-on East Side. The trio consisted. 01 Misses Edith Scher, 20, -daughttTOI.. thert.op'8 proprietor. LllUan rich. 21. and Claire-Bernsteln. .ployed with the Scher her. to to to turn In tax three cents today. Tho plan to e; ,ta M Announced H, on nine counts. that the of Dr. J. M- Gorslcrie suspended for before -s to Cleve- lanrt. wa, Paul's head! By tat. ___ doctor had AAdM a pas which he conVcndwl a care, fof diseases. Jndadlas can-; Tho board object'.. which wJO -sros by Clinic. The doctor a nuiiumiiumiiiimuHHiHiiiiiiiiiiiuin Weather of _ foanfl this "False Maneuver" Caused Submarine Disaster alone this line Jn iniH trsscdy in tbe cooler Jn -west and jswt quite School Boy Plunges His Death :y I See by the Classified Ads That wantu to famished centrally and priced reasonable. That TOU can c yo-ur "taxes, thus avoiding and long P of Mme in -solcS to repay. That a local firm bas tents for sale or rent. and That a rtal targaSi lor In tlcetrlc range only erne yew olo. That there 5s cJxMc located on a is room mian rxrt wstrr Need Help ssoncy shop told police they dltiMnot the property was stolen. Jhclf' menw to police caused the arrest 01. Peter Oualdarlc. 24. and nls -wue, already awalthig hearing pn., a rccSvlng Moten property In s another case. CVT STATE TEACHERS FAT X ol last year. a il. d near CardlasMBi. "Wl-tH the ironing? if yo "WWrttte." M. Wd three total ot 32 rs, July Uiaa rnin- t'f;   

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