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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1933, Zanesville, Ohio                               A Always First The Times Recorder I ZANESVILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1933 and warmer; Saturday ahowcn Ask Supreme Court to Take Telephone Rate Case From State Utilities Commission Beer Legal In Idaho Endeavor to Obtain Refund of in Excess Charges Find Dynamite Bomb in Congressman's Auto BOISE, Idaho, June be- i came legal in Idaho today after Gov ernor C. Ben Ross signed two mea- i sures passed by a special session of; i the legislature. i One measure merely defines 3.2 per cent beer being nonlntoxlcating. The other provides for revenue and sets up a licensing system. Debts and Stabilization Are ;For Shelved at London Parley iDoak's Nephew Indicted WATCHUNG, N. J., June IA 20-pound dynamite bomb was] j found today attached to the Ignition i ti p__J' i today attached to tne ignition j Pases Have Been r ending ct automobile belonging to Rep-i W" _ A f A Procedure Delayed to Remove Barriers to Commerce minister and spokesman for the gold sttadfJd countries, expressed satis- faction with this assurance and agreed Indefinite postponement ol woblcm of tUlnc relative value of COLUMBUS, O.. June 22. supreme court today was !-d to relieve the state utilities of the nine-year-old Ohio mentative Charles A. Eaton, of Fifth congressional district. An alert employe frustrated the ap- parent attempt at assassination. Balent heard 'a noise in the 7-- 'Telephone Co., consolidated rate case, ir- a move described as the third ..'P in an effort to obtain a refund company of for garage. He found a piece of wire hanging from the engine of one of the automobiles usually used bv the representative. This led to a tube. 13 inches long and 5 inches wide. fastened to the ignition. Balect of Americans Score Great Victory at London Parley James M. Cox Given Credit for Making France Yield on Stabilization VW.COO a writ of prohibition to pre-jice- commission's conducting fur- hearings, ti in Duty E-i-crken. acting as an individual, -is his main contention the tiz-TS thai the commission has failed ,n duty by permitting the com-' Tj-v illegally to post bond and col- fect'rate Increases for 12 years. 4 section In the general code, thej lawyer said, makes it man-! dawrv on the commission when rate] are sought to hold a hearing' v'ithln 120 days. Instead, he added. lord "in. the amount of half the pro- -'sed' increase was accepted by the commission and the various cases! continued from nine to 12] years.  ad been confirmed, but later a widespread! search. In the area disclosed no trace of the- wreckage. 70's. Columbus May Seek Even Lower Gas Rate lumbus Gas Fuel Co. will appea to the TJ S. supreme court the de cisior of the Ohio supreme cour holding a 48-cent gas rate adequate s announced today by the Co it was Phe COLUMBUS, O., June supreme court decision, slashing Co- iumbus' ges rate from 55 to 48 cents, may lead the city to seek an even lower rate when the present ordi- nance expires later this year. Commenting today on the court's of the 55-cent rate fixed by the state utilities commission, May- is- Henry Worley averted that city officials felt the 48-cent rate- was loo high, and that when a new ordi- nance is drafted, the council may tive ths Columbus Gas Fuel com- pany a rate of from 40 to 42 cents a thousand cubic feet. The mayor expressed the belief trrt the decision would be of mate- rial aid to other Ohio cities engaged in rate controversies, and added "now, with the supreme courts de- we may be able to present a more united front in Ohio in the battle for fair rates. MAY RECOVER PORTSMOUTH, O., June Hospital attaches today said that August Pusateri. 46, wounded In a "love triangle" shooting, had a fair chance to recover. His wife pleaded not guilty to a charge of second de- wee murder in the slaying of the other woman. Mrs. Ermatmde BaUer- son McCoy, 28. Ml ST BE PUBLIC EMPLOYE? COLUMBUS, O., June jor E. S. Braught, state relief director, f.Uay announced that Ohio will prob- afclv follow recommendations of Harry Hopkins, federal relief administrator that all employes of relief agencies expending public funds be forced to public employes. The trans- fer would be a simple one. however Brought said. lurnwa Gas T Electric Corporation reversed tho utll order fixing a 55 clnt "as rate in the Columbus cas and upholding the 48 cent rate recom mended in the John W. Bricker, then missioner and now general. attome A big parade will feature the early morning activities on the Zanesville branch of the celebration. The par- ade, forming in Zanesville and head- ed by a band, will be an escort of honor to Governor George White, who will be one of the main speakers at McConnelsville. -It is probable the parade will get away from Zanes- ville about o'clock, reaching McConnelsville in time for the big parade in the afternoon. At McCon- nelsville this parade, will be joined by a similar one from. Marietta, and towns on the other side ct McCon- nelsville. Stops will be made by Zanes- ville group to participate in the Phllo-Duncan Palls celebration at the Duncan. Falls ball park. At the end of this the Zanesville, Philo and Duncan Falls delegations will journey to Gaysport where a celebra- tion will be staged and then accomp- anied by the Gaysport boosters go to Eagleport and from there to McCon- nelsville. Give Full Stipport The Zanesville named Thursday will confer with Dr. M. E. Fulk of Duncan Falls, who is in charge of the McConnelsvllle-Zanes- vllle division. In regular session Thursday af- ternoon, members of the Retail Mer- Marching Group Arrives at End of Journey Thursday Transportation Furnished in Muskingum and Lick- ing Counties Free transportation was furnished the 267 unemployed marchers from Zanesville to the state fair grounds Rt Columbus Thursday, the group ar- rlvlne there ahead of schedule but ap- parently satisfied with their good for- tax burden. Those advocating leaving the rates ns they now exist, contended that the rates nro as high as this class of wealth will sttvnd in order to get It on the duplicate for taxation. Defeat o! the proposals to increase the intangible tax rates cripples the taxation program for u-nemploymcnt relief and schools which Senator D. J Gucsett had tentatively proposed Through such Increases he oxpectec to rnlse several million additional funds as part of his program Both houses of the legislature rc- cesBcd until next Monday night with out a taxation program for COLUMBUS, June Ists scored a. quick temporary victory today in the- first legal skirmUh to forestall referendum on Te- ral convention law. Within an hour after a petition tor writs of prohibition and.- mtndumw waa filed. In the slate supreme court. Judge Howard J. Bevls had Issued al- ternative writs, returnable July S. The suit filed lau in the day by Sidney G. Strieker, acting M counsel for Thomas J. Donnelly, sec- retary of the Ohio Federation of Lt- bor. Strieker Is attorney for tho Ohio repeal council, of which Donnelly a member. Culls Election Almost simultaneously the filing the suit. Governor George White issued a proclamation calling for a special election for selection of delegates to the repeal convention as authorized by the Mosler law pmwd finvornnr nf New recently by the legislature. The governor or "ew of med MNoveinber York Honored by Coun- h. i i i T The governor said his proclamation try s Oldest University j W83 t a view to "In an early adjudication of the ques- CAMBR1DGE. Mass., June j tion of a on the conven- Emanuel Smith, who obtain- tlon statute, rt his early schooling in the college Us Double-Barreled cf hard knocks, was honored today I Harvard Makes Alfred E. Smith of y the country's oldest institution f higher learning when Harvard unl- bitton to prevent Secretary of State erslty conferred upon him the de- George 8. Meyers from certiflylng Antl- ;rec of doctor of laws. RUL-INO BY BRICKER COLUMBUS. O., June 22--W-At- tomey General John W. Bridwr. in ruiiuf to various county officers to- dav, held: That signers to a remons- trance who withdraw their names j restore them within 30 days al- may lowed for filing the remonstrance that county commissioners have not atvthority to accept realty mortgages on property outside of Ohio as de- posit security; that township trustees may accept bank tenders of substi- tute securities on deposits. Another Retrial Granted [n Scottsboro Case ATHENS, June wood Patterson, one of nine Negro defendants in the Scottsboro case, was granted a new trial today by an Alabama trial same one that sentenced him to death April 9 when he was convicted of assault- ing a white girl hobo. judge James E. Horton set aside Patterson's conviction on contention the testimony of the prosecutrix was not corroborated aad "bears on its face indication of improbability and Is contradicted by other evidence." law still prevails in said George W. Chamlee Sr, of Chattanooga, one of defense counsel, when the decision was an- nounced. Attorney General Thomas E Knight, Jr., who prosecuted Patter- son, asked the court to set an early date for a new trial. chants division of the Chamber of Commerce endorsed Zanesville's par- ticipation in the road opening arid premised whole hearted support. Word from Ralph Baker of McCon- nelsvllle, general chairman of the dedication committee, stated that plans all along the line frcm Mari- etta to McConnelsville and McCon- nelsvllle to Zanesville were progress- ing as rapldy as possible and that the- celebration would be much great- er than previously anticipated. Other Other committees named Gaysport celebration: Orrin Echel- berry, chairman, John Peyton. Ray Roberts, Virgil Boetcher and Bethel 5 Duncan C. Strain, chair- man Ray Starrett, P. H. Vtentz, harles Hock and W. F. McHenry. tune in being able to ride promise of ft meal at Etna dissuad- ed the marchers from a desire to vis- it Newark Thursday and the officers of the law. numbering 67, which in- cluded about 40 special deputy sher- iffs and railroad detectives, escorted the group over the National highway to Reynoldsburg where trucks from Columbus rushed them to the state fair grounds. The group spent Wednesday night at the Muskingum county fair grounds and left here at 10 a. m. Thursday under escort of Chief of Po- lice J. H. Klmberley, Motorcycle Of- ficer Frank Bowers, Detective Ray Warner and doputy sheriffs. They were loaded in city and county trucks and hauled to Gratiot where the New- ark and Licking county officers kept them moving in trucks from Licking county. The marchers were Said to have been greeted in Franklin county by a group of ICO policemen and trucks and taken to the state fair grounds. The marchers were furnished break- fast Thursday morning by E. B. Schneider, clerk of the county com- missioners. relief and schools, to take tl) place of the governor's defeated sales tax program. Efforts to formulate a program will be continued next week In a speclnL message to the as scmbly Inte today Governor Whit urged adoption of legislation to per mit Ohio industry to obtain the ttrae fits of the national recovery ac Heading of the message in the senat was followed Immediately by the in troductlon of a bill by Senator Ed ward N. Waldvogle (D) of Hamilton county, to amend the valentine anti- trust law as a means of carrying out the governor's recommendations. Under suspension of the rules the bill was sent to the committee on commerce Mid industry for considera- tion. It was offered as an emergency measure. The petition waa double-barreled. It asked, first, for a writ of pcobl- Saloon league petitions for referen- Rising from his place on the p'.at- dtim. orm in historic Severn quadrangle, And, second, a writ of is the university brought Its 297th to compel the secretary of state to to a close, the former governor order printed ballots for the election r.f New York received his diploma. Of 52 delegates at large to the oon- rom the hands of A. Lawrence Low- ventlon to apt on question of cll, retiring president, amid a stormhficatlon of repeal, of applause. In his suit, Strieker contended tne- A short time later, speaking would "obstruct. tlA tho alumni cssoclatlon in the same ously interfere with the election spot where earlier in the day delegated and the holding the students hnd received their degress in convention, and will constitute Oe- courae and 11 other men of distin- nifti Of the right of the state of Ohio gulshed attainments had been ad- to express assent or dissent to said mltted to honorary fellowship of the proposed amendment to the oonstHu- unlvorslty. Smith laid down a three-Uion of the- United States, u point program for the nation's fu-h6eci io the- people of the ind. ture. the United States under article five of he said. In a ringing voice the constitution of the United States, familiar to millions who have heardUnd a denial of equal protection him on innumerable political forums, guaranteed by article fourteen, con- we must preserve at all costs the one, of the amendments to the rule of the majority; when the ma-jEtitution of the United States." jorlty speaks that's the end of it. AM8m, --Yellow "Second, keep your eye on the Bitterly attacking tha "yellow stick- constitution. That's the best guar- tD6 Anti-Saloon league placed on. antee and safeguard.of, democracy. tbe petitions, Strieker cnaraxjterlzed "Third, and "false, fraudulent and untrue' American universities keep open thei d ..mad8 Ior tne purpose of Convict Shively Offering Bribe Cambridge Realtor to Ap- peal if Denied Retrial CAMBRIDGE, O., June Cocvlcted of having offered a brido to a stats legislator in an effort to kill a bill. E. D. real estate dealer, was preparing to- night to ask for a new trial. A common pleas court jury, in a verdict returned Ehively guilty cf today, having adjudged proffered Some Bright Spots In Business to the Rev. Forest W. Hall, Re- publican house member from Guern- sey county, to "forget" his bill which would have reduced interest rates on chattel loans and mortgages. The jury deliberated about six flvo Wednesday night and ona this doors without reference to race and creed to every ambitious young man and then no matter what else hap- pens to us, we are bound to be safe." Earlier In his address, Smith, whose arrival at the gates of the college yard in company with Governor Jo- seph B. Ely had been signalized by. a blare of trumpets from their military escort, discussed the rise of social legislation with particular reference to Now York state. He reminded his audience that at one time the social measures he had advocated had caused him to be call- ed a "Socialist." nnd then launched Into a discussion of the national gov- ernment's program and its efforts to effect economy. He made light of the idea that the United States was drifting toward dictatorship but struck strongly at rule by minority. rcorning. TO MKET COAI- COMPETITION- WASHINGTON. June tack to meet southern coa Kin? competition was suggested tc bituminous coal producer Frank Taplln. Cleveand. He urgec 'hat they demand higher wag''? fo miners under the industrla act. He also declared north irid southern operators shoul to draft a code of tompeynoa lor the industry. I See by the Classified Ads That bargains in a variety of sizes in wed tires are awalUng you at a Main street dealer The> are all carefully Inspected and priced very low. j That if you hive tame Raccoons that are broke to lead, for sale, get in touch with the party want- ing to buy them. That boys, you can get Fleet- wing tires for that bicycle lor only 75c at a certain hardware store. That you can buy a good 5-room house on Gray street with double lot 2-car garage, etc., direct from the cwner at a bargain price. That for two a ays only you can buy an unbreakable steel tape rule for 39c. At one time this same kind of a rule sold for That if you read the Wanted to Buy ads, you may find a buyer for that article you have been want- ing to sell. Mr. Fanner Buv your binder twine through the Claeslfled ads and save money, you will also find other seasonable items such as binders, hay load- ers, etc., on which you can save Mysterious SOS May Be< Call Concerning Mattern SEATTLE. June and almost unintelligible wireless messages from a Vladivostok statlor containing the signals for "SOS" anc the word "aeroplane" were heard her and at Bremerton today, lendln hopes that news might be forthcom ing about Jlmmie Mattern, mlssln round-the-world filer. The messages were heard short] after p. m., (Pacific Sta.ndar Time) by Ed Stevens, a prominen Seattle amateur wireless operate and by the naval operator at Bremer ton, who was off duty and was listen ing in on a home set. The signals were in Russian, Stev ens said, and were so faint and th static was so bad he could hardly de cipher anything. The sender signe with the call letters RMAZ, a Vlad ivostok station. [eavy Judgment Against ,ank Director CLEVELAND, June udgment for was award- d the state banking department on of the closed Union Trust ompany, late today, against Kenyan Painter, director and one of the argest stockholders in the institu- Cfflly a few hours after the banking epartrnent filed suit against Paint- r to collect debts Painter owed the bank, his attorney admitted the obts and agreed to the t was entered by Common udge L. E. Skeel. Oscar L. Cox, conservator of the bank, said applications for fore- closure and sale of collateral In- volved would be filed at an. early day. WASHINGTON, June American Federation of Labor today estimated that 600.000 men had-re- turned to work since March. Fur- ther progress, the federation said, depended upon increased purchasing power for labor. NEW YORK. June 22. Wholesale Lighting Fixture Manu- facturers division today voted a 10 percent wage Increase for factory workers effective almost immediate- ly. Some employes will be af- fected, officials said. The announce- ment did not state if the increase WES to absorb wage cuts. If Shively loses his appeals, ho will face a sentence in thp penitentiary of from one. to 10 years. It is expected Shiveiy will carry his caso to the higher, courts If he Is denied a new trial" by the common pleas court here. Still Has Faith in Jury System Kidnaper Says "Bill" Told Him Father in Plot BARNSTABLE, Mass., June W) Buck, the "hooded man of the McMath kidnaping case, today testified in Barostable superior court that he had been the tool of a mys- terious mnn named "Bill" who told him tho father of the stolen child "knew nil about" the kidnaping plans. Turn to Page S, Great Lakes Gulf Waterway Opened Barges Bring Freight From South to Chicago CHICAGO, June Join- Ing of the Great with the Gulf of Mexico miles-awiy by n inland watar WM completed officially today. Half a dozen squat, unpretentious J freight barges were pushed up the Chicago river, a stream made to flow backward by man's engineering '_ lus. and entered Lake Michigan. ,7 It was the first cargo of freight. enough of It to fill 90 railroad to arrive In the north lake from tho southern states and frWft foreign porte via the waterway. Officialdom of the federal govern- ment, of a score of cities, and of dozen Mississippi valley'statet greeted the barges from the deck of gun- boat. They, among them. Secretory of War George H. Dem, hailed the open- NEW YORK, June B Ccle, president of the Louisville Nashville railroad, today said that the road's margin of gain over a year ago stands at "about 25 percent, an in- crease of about five percent over the first two weeks of June. KIU.ED IN MOTOR CKASH COLUMBUS, O., June nle L May, 30, Ohio State university (rradu'ate student, waa killed today when his auto collided with a truck near here. John Robbel, 28. Of Bloomlagburg. O., the truck driver xzs injured. May was enroute to his nome at Petal, Miss. _ SPRINGFIELD, 111., June Governor Horner today said contracts hid been negotiated with the Mar- quette Cement Co. of Oglesby, 111., for barrels of cement at a barrel and that as a conse- quence persons would be given work In 64 major paving contracts. Put Victims to Sleep Then Robbed Them CLEVELAND. O. June WASHINGTON, June torney General Cummings said to- day the fact that Charles E. Mitchell had been acquitted in New York of tax evasion charges did not change the duty of the department with re-' Kp-ect to the prosecution of such charges and that it would continue this activity. Cummings said he had received no indication that George Z. Medalie, the district attorney who prosecuted the case, intended to resign. The attorney general's comment on the acquittal of Mitchell, waa brief. "Nevertheless, I still believe in the jury system." Cummings said. Probe Kuhn, Loeb Co.'s Income Tax Returns WASHINGTON, June ate investigators disclosed today that they had made a thorough scrutiny cf the income tax returns of Kuhn, Loeb Co. partners, but would not say how pzomlnent a part this phase of the inquiry would play in _ the in- vesMgatlcn opening next weak. Chairman Fletcher and other com- rr.lUee members said the purpose of Testifying in his own defense on a charge that carries a maximum pen- alty of 25 years In state prison, Ken- neth said "Bill" told him ..it was not a "real kidnaping" and that there would be no trouble. He said "Bill' threatened to kill him if he "men- tioned anything about it." Kenneth with his brother Cyril, Is on trial charged with the kidnaping of Margaret (Peggy) McMath, 10- year-old Harwlchport girl from the Harwich Center grammar school on May 2 She was returned three days later after ransom had been paid. The money was recovered in the home of Kenneth. ing of the waterway placing the landlocked midwest on a closer trans- portation parity with the- coast ports and providing IndUJtnM stimulus for the entire nation. The waterway proper to miles from Lake Michigan at to the Illinois river at Utica, HI. in completing it, engineers -used channels of the Des Plalnw Illinois rivers and the Chicago wal- tary district canal. Dodge Divorced Last Week Weds Again iiiiiiiimiiiiuitmimiimiimuimiimii' The Weather iiimiiiiiuiiiimiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin OHIO: Fair, north portion slightly warmer Friday followed RETRIAL FOR ALLEGED SLAYER MANSFIELD, O., June 22 (.11 James Allen, 22, negro, who defeate a death sentence by obtaining a ne trial which resulted in a hung ju. will be retried here July 24 on tr charges of killing Frank Hanger, r formatory guard, in an escape a tempt. AWAITS SANITY TEST AKRON. O., June 22 W) Kyle Ross, former state representative con- victed here yesterday of arson, will fa eiven a sanitv test. It was ordered by Judge Walter B. er, common pUas. pg showers Friday night or Saturday. CONDITIONS: Showers have occurred in the Ohio valley and the middle and eastern Lake region. Temperatures have fal- len slightly in the Ohio valley. The outlook Is for showers Friday night or Saturday In the lower Lake region and the upper Ohio valley and for showers Friday and Friday night in t'r-e lower Ohio valley. THURSDAY'S TEMPERATURES Headings by Shurtz pharmacy 5 a. m. 70 4 p. m. 7 a. m......73 6 p. m. 10 a. m.....EO 8 p. m. (noon) .-93 10 p. m. 3 p. in......92 12 (mldnleht) 7G Sun rises a. rn. Sets p. nrj Moon rises a. as. Sets p. m Orange Van Kirk and Mike Krash, who police said used anesthetics to put their victims to sleep while they rdbbed them, pleaded guilty to bur- glary in police court here today and were bound over to the Cuyahogs county grand jury under bonds of each, and remanded to Jail. O.V BOARD 35 YEARS COLUMBUS. O.. June senate today confirmed the'appoint- ment of P. H. King of Delphos for a five-year term, as a member of the state board of pharmacy. King has served on the board for 35 years. 90 67 81 STOLEN LOVE By Hazel Livingston An Intensely Interesting Story starts Todty in the Times Recorder DO NOT MISS IT the inquiry was to study binl-.ir.g. and exchange practices. With the Kuhn. Lceb inquiry set for Tuesday. Ferdinand Pecora, ths committee counsel, and his staff. were In New York to finish the pre- liminary investigation they have conducting for several months into the firm's operations. PLENTY OF TESTIMONY AKP.ON. O., June nouncement wes made today that the Summit county grand jury had re- ceived responses from more than iCO p-rsons E'S a result of its call for those who might have information neefled in its investigation Oi the .-.ffelrs of Summit county's six un- licensed banks. President on Cruise, Joined By Sons PORTLAND. Me., June the shelter of Chandler's Cor.-e sur- rounded by protecting Islands, Presi- dent Roosevelt brought his schooner to rest just at sunset tonight after an easy afternoon sail from Little Har- bor' New Hampshire. He dispatched the destroyer Ber- nardou ahead to this city to pick up his youngest sons. Franklin, Jr.. and John, for the final week of the North Atlantic cruise to Campobello Island New Brunswick. The hoys came here from school and were hurried out to the cove lust northeast of Portland where the wesIdentlHl schooner was anchored for a lato dinner and a nights rest. They swelled the crew to eight. Apartment Rented in Two Days Recently DETROIT, June W- Dodge, whose elopement with his high school sweetheart 15 years kept him from a full share in the Dwtg motor millions and eent him to wont as a gsrage mechanic, was emowroi today on R second matrimonial yen- than a week after w childhood sweetheart. O'Connor Dodge, secured a dlvorw In the record time, for hours, Dodge was married In BkbJrt. Ind.. last night to Dora It "was" last Friday that Dodge was granted her divorce on of desertion. It was was to receive a ald that a trurt fund while ELECTRIC SHOCK FIMDLAT. O., June electric- shock sustained when no torched a drop cord proved fatal <.o Crvlllc Waltermire, 43. night shiit fireman in the Copper Tire corpora- tion erring room here. Plant Su Artiiv.r Etoner e-pl'inc i set up i circuit, when b? graspea cord while standing on metal. It took the following ad just two days to find a tenant for this adver- tiser. And it cost her exactly 80 cents. _, furnished rooms sarage. Reference Call 1260 Ashland Ave. Ph. 2654-W. ____.____________ just one more added to the long Hst of quick results that Classified ads wing to these who have the tudement to use them. Don't let that apartment or house remain vacant for the tenant. had been established for her nine- year-old daughter, Msry Ann. LIVED BIG ON SALARY CANTON, O.. June Target of an ouster action, common Flew judge Edwin W. Dlehl. of Stark ty, testified to hia financial rs the hearing opened the district court of appeals. he had been unable to liva on. fiW annual salary- of .alter property values tumbled aad that he- to file ft voluntary petition in bankruptcy, but it had been rolssed. He admitted having od money from lawyers who practic- ed before him, DISTRICT HOME LOAN AGENCIES June Dis- trict agencies hone- loan relief administration will pe u in Akron and want what you have, but how are thev to know it Is available unless you tell them? That's where the ad comes In. Yen can save 10T. on your ad oy s cash. _ WES learned here today. At the U was made known that Chmrtej C F Toledo lumber man. had been selected district manager lor Uw i Toledo "I   

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