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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1932, Zanesville, Ohio                               Always First The Times Recorder Always Fair f' f VOL. XLVIH, NO. 221 ZANESVILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16.1932 today and Saturday Progress Is Being Shown In Road Work Resumption of Traffic on U. S. 40 East of Here Expected Oct. 1 Contractors Pouring Con- crete on Structures on State Route 77 rtapld progress is being made on Uo state highway improvements in this county with additional ex pected to be under way within short time. Traffic U. S route 40 eas from Zanesville to Cambridge is ex pected to be opened to the genera: public by Oct. 1, it was stated day evening. The ivorlc ot pouring concrete on a 20-foot strip on the y of the five miles under con- jkr-ru'etion tne eastern city Jim- its of the city to the county road leading to Sonora is under may. Witfi this 20-foot strip complete the work- men will start pouring concrete over the additional 10-foot strip from miles east of Zanesville to the end ol the present improvement. The pave- ment has been laid on the 30-foot vidth all the way from Zanesville eastward two miles ZanesUlle-McConnelsMlle Koail farm Prices Slightly Higher Than in August WASHINGTON, Sept. cncrol of pilcra ol farm pro- ucts was reported today bv the de- triment of agriculture to be "prou- bly little higher than in August Market prices ol cotton and wheat advanced during August and the Irst week of September, the depart- ment said in its Monthly survey while livestock prices remained lairlj steady. Prices of cotton, wheat and several other farm products declined during the last week. Expect Coolidge Will Aid Ticket With One Address An Airplane Alleged Down In North Sea Destroyed by Explosion May Have Been Missing American Nurse No Trace of Craft Found in Italy or Adjacent Waters Old Shrapnel Shell Kills One, Wounds Four UTTLE ROCK. Ark. Sept old shinpncl shell, picked up by o boy on n wartime artillery lanec.utl Camp Pike anil can led aiound among his playmates for weeks, ex- ploded today on a t-chool ground near here, killing one boy and Injuring four others Flftcen-5 ear-old Alpna Vint, who found the shell, took It to school this morning on a bus earning 08 chil- dren On the ground, witnesses said, he struck the shell against a post and tho explosion followed. Pieces of the rnctal hit Adrl Young 14 in the abdomen andi chest and he died sboitly afterward] The thumb and three lingers Vint's tight hand blown otf.) while Joseph Bean. 13, Morgan Bod- R A f Aviation ls I Taken by Death MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. Carl F ERKO, CO. executhe eecreUiiy of tho .Notional Air Pilots association, imrt n For Lake Ports1 onco ln On Ohio Coal nir service, died today. As superintendent of the mr man division of tho post office deport- j   numbers of congress and of the SUB There was no immediate Indication whether this could be the missing transatlantic airplane, American Nurse The plane was sighted by the Nich- olas lightship about a mile o: shore. The lightship fired signals. When the lifeboat and tug reached the spot the master of the life vessel reported to them he had seen the plane on the water with its engines running There was an explosion followed b> two white lights, he said The tug end lifeboat cruised for some ttme fru- no trace of the ship, ibilitj was very poor. 3 Sept freight rates between the Cambridge and Hocking districts, lake ports and Intermediate points were ordered re- duced by the state xitllltles commis- sion today. an Favors iGerman Demand jFor Arms Equality] President of Disarmament) Conference Hopes to See Armaments Reduced Eept. demand for equalitv in ton, Lorain and other northern omo received enthusiastic sjpport todaj lnts Toledo district will no Art.hur Henderson, oies'dent of vn.- the lates Ktion of One Wounded an U for fiil'l enKh pajmcnt of the bonus. In 11 statement Issued after tlie American Lep'on convention in Port- land hnd ctvlled for pavment of the bonus, he said "I am sorry the Legion thought It expedient and Just to the reso- lution for the pavment of the bonus nt this time I am sure It would been far more satisfactory to tho Legion hereafter II they had tak- mission placed the Hocking and Cam- bridge district rates on a parity. How- differential of 15 cents be The commission in riling Its or- der, specified the rates shall effect the shipments from tho Cambridge and Hocking fields, to Cleveland. Ak Vls- the world disarmament conference. Speaking before the National Peace Council, Mr Henderson who was for- crete on structuies. there are 48 culverts and small bridges in the stretch ol 497 miles to be paved This structure work is proceeding rapidly and grading of tae highway, is expected to start at the Gajspcrt end sometime week. Traffic of public vehicles over this section is being detoured across the Musklngum river at both Duncan Falls and Gaysport When this "section of highv ay is completed there will be a hard sur- faced highway all the fmm Zanesville to Marietta. Rosevillc Bridge project cabinet. The fire of thess orators will prob- ablv be concentrated during the last five weeks of campaign, it was explained. Secretary of the Treasury Mills and Secretary of State Stimson were list- edamong the principal speakers Both re expected to address Retmbhcan atherings m New York state. The wnclnal soeaking engagements o te filled 'in the immediate future at four Republican state FCTILC bCUlCH BOMB, Sept. 15-Wl-AIter a fruit- less all-clay search throughout west- ern Italv and nearby waters for the missing "transatlantic airplane "Amer- ican Nurse." Italian air officials to- night clung to the hope that the snip itill might be picked up at !The search, directed by Air Minis- _ tnac mft-ll eign secretary m the last British Labor clevcianci cabinet, called upon the allied pow- comBBrei w ers of the World war to carry o-ut the tQ A5 disarmamem, prov islons of the treaty present rate of SI 51 way from Earlv action on the Roscvllle bridge and the highway to the bridge from ?he nortr'Snd 'on into vllte forecast b> those interested in tne orolect The state department is se- Wing the necessary rights-ol-way and completed bids on tne improve- ment will be sought It was also stated Thursday eve that bids are expected to be sought by the highway depart- ment on the paving of a I" section from Orville toward are "Unator Daniel O ware, assistant eastern ca marager, will address the New SSSHS.ffitlSrS5 3 convention, and Hiram Bingham of Con- the Rhode Island conven- No speaker has been chosen yet for ho New York convention tion ter General Italo Balbo, was AH available pilots The new rates are- From the Cambridge field T __ other lake points SI 45 BRAIDWOOD. HI. Sept 15 Two mine pickets from Farmington. 11 were shot todav by nn unidenti- fied miner who successfully through a picket line near the noitli-i em Illinois Coal Corporation stilp mine- near here. The wounded were Piori Muzzarollt 27, shot in the hip by a bullet which severed an artciy. and John Monile 32, who suffered a scalp wound Muz-1 Barcllla condition was serious Seveial of the pickets tpld author- to some extent (it least before acting tional Commander AUDITORIUM, PORTLAND, Ore, cpt. tempo reminiscent! of 1918 when thej champed at the) bit to go the top, the American Legion today selected Louis A John- son of Clarksburg. W Va as new na- tional commander, demimclcd aw President Urges Mobilization of Relief Agencies Seveial of the piCKeis UUMJUI- _ Ities thev Identified the assailant as Appeals I'O r UDHC 10 L.on- _ _i_- _-i 4-Vm t r f tinue Generous Service or Aiding Those in Need a miner emplojed on tho afternoon shift at the mine, but did not know his name. This morning, a miner was injured j were damaged ith the rate o tQ A5a031 8i 28 compared with and four -un the picket line. of Versailles. the Hocking To Cleve- Why shouldn t the World war al- land other points. SI 60 as 01 lies get together and recognize that compated with the present rate what was said In their names In 1919 sl 89 Akron 43. compared witn must bind Mr Henderson de- the prescnt rate of 66 manded The new rates will be applied to "Why should they not publicly de- shlnments handled from the dare their intention to remove Ger- districts the Baltimore and Ohio many s position of inferiority w ith all pcnnsjlvanla. New York Central and Sltaoto coS field this week from the and unsheltered this tooay Peorla area nnd announced they in- Undo plans for full enlistment of prl- tended preventing miners from work-Uatt) effort to care for the needj. ng under the S5 basic dally wage The presldent himself opened th scale recently adopted by the day welfare ana relief mobilize tion conference with nn address dc The pavement of an eight-mile but lour miles of this section g- held up tending settlement Of dispute over the right of way bo used. To Realign Plans have been draun for the pav- inf of two miles.of U. S route 4O, westward from Cambridge Ihe plans for the state call for a realignment of mis route. The present road runs soutn along the Baltimore Ohio railroad tracks. It has many curves and bad grades and crosses the tracks on a grade The state proposes to construct the road on the north side of the railroad right-of-way, crossing the track and the tunnel at the Cambridge tlty limits, eliminating the grade crossing This wors, it is said, is being held pending the se- curing of the necessary rights-of-v.ay. Japan Denies Treaty Violation Explains Alliance With New State of Manchukuo Athens County Folk Elated as Coal Strike Ends Expect Ratification Today jf" Agreement To Resume __Work for Thousands o ggpt The clouds hover- iacr over Athens county today. The mine strike was Anally set- tled- coal freight rates from the me vailey reduced, and mine operat- Sl premised to put several thousd iren to Probably earlj n military and civil, took part in it, assisted by forestry workers, lignt- warships, merchantmen and the national police force The ship was due here last mid- night. Aboard her when she took off5 Tuesday morning from New were Miss Edna Newcomer, 28-jear Sd nurse of nort Pa, William Ulbrich, of T. the pilot, and Dr. elation TheyTd witlftbem a woodchudc named "Tail W1fw rrffiraals felt certain that the possible" haste and to restore Ger- the wheeling and Lake Erie nanv's equality in military Bef0re the commission fixed the new mittinc frankly tha-t he was dissatis-1 question. ned with the results of the confer- P Several weeks ago the recognized. [iopc Js of the disarmament conference, ed it would be an If it failed WilV i it laueo tion of coal from the Cambridge an a volume of_ opinion HockingDistricts should not be es numbering several agencies, enjoined by HOOV- pickets, numbering several agencies, enjoinea uy jivoiuvu., marched Into the northern er to sec that nore shall go hungry V-A.1W V. t ___ _ ._ _ii____1 V. Ir- 11 I tit V bonus and voted In favor of repeal ofi the 18th tmciidment. Johnson, an attorney, was elected ort the first ballot, receiving 871 votes. George Malonc, state engineer of Ne- vada, was second with 233 and FranK I Belirrano, Jr, of San Francisco, third with 151. There was a scattered vota' or Edward A. Haves of Illinois, Earl V. Cliff of Minnesota, William Stern of North Dakota and Raymond oi Oklahoma. Election of Johnscn was mode uXH anlmous of motion of the dclcgatlon. After tho election of tho Hev. IM viug Q Wood of Pocatello, Idaho, natlonul chaplala the convention ad-i Mine Workers of America. UUI1 ............_. Only enough of the morning shift Uvcrcd on the south lawn of th workers reported to supply coal to whltc House with the more thnn 40 run the mine pumps and care for dclegatcs grouped about an Impro mnchlnerj There ore 225 on the I I3cd platlorm mine pajroll. On receipt of word of the shooting, Chief alter L. Moody of the state nollce ordered 30 additional J trust." said Mr Hoove winter of this great calajn- may be greater than troubled mine area. I before' The Officials Plan to There is such a volume oi opmiu" i HOCKing 1 Open Highways To Sioux City, la. president s to "ma! a a giving and generous the that each is his brothers vould have flown low to get his b ngs and doubtless have been hope fc. the fliers was the air ministry announced would continue to- ebbing, that tne morrow and civil planes to survey tory ones again Orders went'out' wer numerous public ex- n-son of keen disappointment to equality, he continued the issue con be settcd "not only to the ad- vantage of Germany but to tne ad- vantage of Europe and the whole former foreign secretary ex- oressed optimism concerning the work still facing the Geneva confer- c _, j, Failure would be a veritable dte- aster in the life of Europe and the] he said "It wouldbe miss- Ing a great historical opportunity, it I would be an intolerable jest, andlsuch being the case no responsible states- man in my opinion can be prepared to lace such an opinion. "On every econom- ic, political and materlal-the cause for disarmament by international agreement is ovcrwbemin? "The conference must not fail, it must make definite progress or the which the respondents are now main talning. and collecting Hffl, spirit kecpei ai Spain. tomorrow, ter ter CErs meet it was opsnly predicted favorable ac- would be forthcoming The strike had its incept.on Feb. 1. when the miners quit in protest against what, they termed a 2o per cent wage cut Four months later -o? Whits offered a program to the dispute. Both the miners operators "refused to consider it. however, both the mine id curators conferred with tl of the 11 50 a Ireland apparently authentic news "American Nurse' came at m yesterdav Eastern Stand- the line Paris re- nations will be compelled those sinister and disastrous possi- bilities which so often have disturbed and even po'soned the stream of inter- national life." points of origin in the Middle and No 8 districts to Clei eland. Loraln, Hu- ron, Akron, Biver and intermediate points After reviewing the evidence, tne commission held tne railroads had failed to show any cause why the (Turn to Page 20, Please) Report Shrinkage Of Forty Millions In Insull Concern Loans to Individuals From Corporate Funds Account The American. Nurse" carried gaso- Van estimated 43 hours of fly- Tfce deadline passed hours ago Couple Beaten and Robbed Of line for an ing. Cotton Cloth for Ohio's Needy Citizens The It is understood to pro-.ide for a day wa-e minimum of S3.28. and a 38 cents a ten scale lor loaders. The scale committee accepted tfle that WASHINGTON, Sept l Hed cross today ordered cotton cloth iTch will be made into garments for ncodv by local chapters, shipped o communities Including Kenton Ullcrsfcwg, Steubenville, and Lima plan expresssd confidence that themselves would -_ __ TOKYO. Sept. The Japan- tne agrcemcnt and would be s 1- eso government denied today that its recognition treatv pnd defensive al- liance with the state of Manchukuo set up in Manchuria by Japanese military leaders, was "derogatory oi any treaty to which Japan is partj- (The Chinese nationalist govern- ment' Has contended repeatedly that japcnese activities la Jlanchuria vio- lated the League of Nations cove- nant. the Briand-Kcllogg aaj nine-power troatv, to all of which Ja- pan is a party- The United State. is a signatory of the Briand-Kcllogg pact and the "nine-power treaty. Chin? demanded "international action in connection with the Japan-Manchu- 3tuo treaty in net .crj ff rhc Japanese sent world statement, issued to return to work Predicating their announcement on the supposition that the diggers wou.d accent "the plan, the operators an- nounced todav that they would put thousand men to wors. in- first will go into the pits next week and others will follow as soon as the shafts can be prepcrcd. One operator taid 'Quid at least double his present force of 400. and another sud he would re-employ 6oO men. Othe. small mines arc ready to open ana will start digging next week As soon as the agreement is ratified Ohio National Guardsmen on duty In the Held since late in February uill be -withdrawn- Woman Plaintiff in Libel Suit Ex-Convict "-3rt.lv after the signing of the treaty a, Changchun, said Japan desired 10 opon the of Manchukuo .o aU foreigners aliW- It governments the pics of the cpcn Citizens of Denve'.-Greet Roosevelt DENVER. Sept. dsntial caaipn'gn of moved Into ihe highland of the Kccklcs today for a scries o The newspaper Xofeu- piatform talks and mln siid cditoriallj the sipung cf the precting from the cltUens o rnartcd "the turning pclnt in ln a parade and public rccep .lance of pcwcr' _nnd tjcn_ ____ Jamn and MaacJiakuo the _j5C of a J9-gun guocraa the It added it  lockade Co-operative action was decided on by the authorities after a conference early In the week with Gov Dan Turner at Moincs at which the governor was said to have promised State assistance in opening the roads If the local authorities first would do everything in their power to con- trol the situation. Drastic action was decided on aft- er Fsrm Holiday leaders of the four 'The need before us is ho said "It is large Millions of men and women face tho approach o winter with fear in their hearts The children sense the dread their elder feel. Tou nobly offered your ser vice to them and the nation, speak no more to >ou thau to the ESn millions of my countrymen, an Countrywomen, in personal appeal that they too should take this neigh Journed sine die at 2-42 p. m. Mr, Wood is an Episcopalian minister. L'or Bonus end On the bonus the contention voted 1 167 to 109 for immediate and on the prohibition resolution 141 to 133. Votes on both subjects were amid shouts and some disorder, thd bonus vote had been preceded by bato on the floor during which} peakers were Interrupted by boos, muts and calls of "let's whlla he national commander, Henry D. tevens, jr, pleaded with his "boys' o hear everyone and show they on-% lieved in "free speech and major ism." i A vote of censure for the war artment taken soon after onventlon met for its final sesslori when delegates found in their chairg metopes franked by the war depart- ment which contained statements Patrick J. Hurley, secretary of war, on the bonus marchers in Washington. The motion for censure was by Harry M. Arthur, department com- mander of South Cafolina, and de- cides tha conventions opposition tt such action by the war any other governmental depart- ment" There were of (Turn to Page Please) borly need upon their conscience tot they shall share with you th burden that they give generously o their menus to your support. To Mr" Hoover responded Newton D. Baker, prominent Democrat and, who Is chairman of the National Sunns' committee year will direct a nationwide Federal and state provisions for re- Administration of President Hoover LaudedbyHurley Praises Economic Policies and Strikes Back' at Democratic Critics He Crane identified Timing's co-dc- W. H. i arfc. and' A. G. PolUtecr of Akron staff men for the paper. as Mrs- Fox Film Corporation Fined In Alimony Suit JUw. --------he moved down the W n-ilcd ramp from his private car to Governor tvttllam H. Adams and escorted to an open aatomobllc for throush the streets to the An amended the Ol of a French For- ircop iraln near YORK. Sept. Jo Fox Film corporation todny tecause Jt was alleged to hi.e S68S cctor SG a wecK so that he could evade inony. bis wife John "of the in-.estlcatlon. the Hair time been dyed, as had 3 to the already appointed four assistants to conduct the inauiry into the fall of the Insult utility "investment companies, engag- ed a conference tomorrow with U. District Judge "Walter C. Lindlcy who is presiding over the receiverships, and ordered one prosecutor to stud, extradition laws and treaties with France and Canada. He did not ex- plain the but It was pointed out that Samuel Insul for- mer of the utilities empire s living in retirement in Paris and his brother Martin J. Insull is In Canada. The Mississippi -rnllcy Investment audit showed S2S1.104 loans to Indi- viduals, included in the figure.were McHjaU of the Canadian Insull or- ganization and n number of others Oniv two were not secured, and had" life insurance policies as collat- eral. counties surrounding city had failed in an attempt to Induce the pickets to leave the highways and after an appeal by Mayor W. D. Hayes In behalf of clt> workers thrown out of employment had failed. Sheriff John A. Davenport asserted that all roads leading to Sioux City would be opened and that any efforts at interference would be dealt wltn harshly. He has available a corps of 66 special and 10 regular deputies and Commissioner McEride has loan- ed him seven patrolmen and a police caDtain More uniformed officers wll be" assigned to duty if the need arose McBrlde said Today's clash with the strikers oc Barred on highway No. 20. leading to the city from the east. Chester Me Laman of Anthon. suffered n dislo cated shoulder and Hoy Boettger. i- farmer, was cut and bruised abou the head. To date 113 strikers have been ar rested here In the farm strike. Sbcr iff John A. Davenport arrested et several weeks ago in an attempt tf open the highways but all were re leased after a habeas corpus heorir because the officers presented no cv Jdencc against them. cstchester county. whtch S-Jlflvan considered mcst importancs. Coyne has Jt.rts- .Vr-lnn OTtT Blames Public and Officials distress were funds purely for me Tat i character building agencies wtticn ro- more critically needed now than t any other time Eight Squirrel Hunters Are Shot Two KilleTbTAccidental Discharge of Guns (By The Associated Press) Eight casualties including two -rtitrTit at the The season scarcely six hours ri when Lloyd -ShlefHcr 18. ot Ash- r. 25. and Eugene An- treatment ter the of a noise 25. of Glrard i cjc as Manuel 3 fired HTJRON, S. D. Bept retary of War Patrick, Hurley to speech today opening the campaign In this region credited. Went Hoover with piloting the States "through one of the economic storms in history Upon his arrival here in his tri- motored plane from Rapid City, hHStopped over night, the war secre- tary said he had nothing to do distribution of a pamph et at tha American Legion convention in Port- land referring to the "bonus in Washington In a formal statement he "I did not authorize the use of frank In circulating that statement., If the frank TTBS used I regret It. statement Itself ww of pub- lie It was published in the press and could be circulated by any one. full details but presume that it was not the statement that lensured but the method of dls- lauded the economic policies and Damocratlc criticism He spoke at to" Democratic assertions that the Republican admlnlsttatlon had teen unable to halt bank laH ures and was responsible for S.OCK had not taten proper steps to wlpa out the "offenses" In hls_ own sravw "In a general rtiorm in national tanking Itws." Roosevelt "agrees with 5cTvtr" The8 Sew Yorker, he raid "lenorcs th6 fact that preslden. enactment of banfc- 4 offcrcd 'economic of diction home Mrs CuJBols. who dls- the ElcnnaSrcr, cd estimate alhc today of many IX- acre laund under coaches Jn a condllira Erfore icolght 2U of She ihasH brought to TJcmccn hcwpSUJ. and SO more tad located under the dtWU. They were taicn as rapWJy w the dwd -acre mam under cl cats t me baWcro cf the ra- the injured trtay x rtix romv OOUOMBUS, O, 6T3t, W Brnur While today jhc wwfld aniwwTicp fw of 15ic to- Ad Spoils Dog's Tour A rcnlitsnaa nad n Bull doe uwi and started out to Jraamcv to Salt lively o Court Justice Incd the firm a the money be turned over Mrs iculsc Clnelwrt on His bcl that corporaiSon hari jvr wceK contract with and TiTlllcn another ai DlnchRrt lies accused frcr i 'at navJns; his salary reduced to it her from collecting tacK ol more than at the of SiSO a ostensibly been loaned BrolJJcrs lor -srcdts at SS50 a ol XOT KXOl OH MGXATtTJES DATTOX. O. Sept. 15-W-BC- their petitions did not contain Slllclent Denatures dates rcr congress at thcjOtilo latt.ro -a-ETC rjlcH off the ballot by the MSSiry county board of elections today- Conviction of AffinnaS Slayer N CHARGE Sept. i A WABBEX. O cKon of ceo Sept ,M0. iodav against Ray Coast Guards busy for June________ 31 the nations: Tax nnd less when a Run I psnccsas hr.d in them elen elation" here today. ficntallv discharged by a loyid have the Not only are the taxpayers v> blame snan-svllle UysMffl that hs T the present conditions ns they rc-j rxnlbcn Miller. 2O. o. I people well for to dollnnuent tascs. but careless, rcportcd In a sers'nf j the American palrchlld attacked he'ddcntally tcniicd -official confiscation of rty Jor raising lax funds" nnd as- OlHO f-TATl, :rted this was utterly O. nd had reached a stage "bordering announced n" a major I Ohio StnV; >air la his report as ch.ilrman of Or. Cincinnati, 2. delinquent tax child said pariiamcntarr rules pro- hibited him from U..IOK i stronc enough to expres- hto He coWmntd the practice, of ov- in U.ma Weather TOTWJ-i. Earrett Js wr.Jiig 51-< :hio HI" in tbc Jry-- irttft Vtit __________ 3_ Sept. -who haTc hired nt cannot be boards ol to rign oon- lirfifts to mvm a portion oT VMir 'salary- AWcnaty Gilbert <3o7 xnan xulwl UoSfty- He sentence Chlo pciilSicntlaT' K-, '5fa_? i cHJO: tolr Va who. paled 3n a COTvDlTlONS- SaTiF. oRotftw W trto ifflprirwMBCMt _ d the Prtflay Atlantic and Jnr their functions to the 909T09 of Captain Lancaster to Wed Woman in Case MIAMI. Sept.' 3S-MaiTSaW flay thf afl IIS'TWO KOI? n-l R1CHWOOD. Sept- Fi-rtJnc three live cvs- ilr -a-cather Till alley (JUKI In sh" ijr3-.iv JTlflaj night or Sat- rircinc; TI, a tfMr iw W I See by the Classified Ads cash 1" and can W b" That 2 si Whitney balij That p'w. an-I all who pctrptlce the latest a at Lansing. Be'tman Tecenll? to <5cbitc. Bstt- e lorm. 5i 3 J. H i-i   

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