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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1934, Zanesville, Ohio                             Uways First The Times Recorder I Always Fair L, NO. 18 "ZANESVILLE. OHIO. MONDAY, JANUARY 22. 1934 rain; Tuesday c'-udy, colder Woman Grab Plane Crashes ctim Slain Abductors j Sent Postmaster of noka, Minn., Says E. Bemer Is Dead MOKBOE. CWA Relief Problems Are Given Study Hunger Strike Of Kidnapers densely that it f 1LT A or INo Avail 'Uld see her only through a haze. i _________ Her white figure upon the platform ry uiiuai-i. Of Hatfield of Monticello. Ky., were in- Mured seriously at p. m. today when Bridsler's wo-seaver airplane; crashed in a field five miles south of j _________ Monroe. AJ t j seemed-w the audience like an ether- Brldsler and Miss Hatfield suffered; County Administrators mi eai being, and her bell-like voice serv. ied to heighten the Illusion. i The fog was not so bad as that of i New Year's day. but It caused a num- iber of including collisions m St. Paul Financier billed By "Contact All Off" severe head Injuries and were taken j A to a Monroe hospital. _ __ Conference With Adjut The accident occurred Brids- ler was bringing the plane down on the field. Witnesses said that Miss! General and Governor i alley and Bates Forcibly Fed at Leaven worth Prison Relief Rolls With Re- duction of Workers PAUL, Minn., Jan. ty that Edward Bremer. kidnaped banker, had been slain re- d In the dispatch of a squad of al agenta to Anoka county today sslst local authorities in an In- ve search of the area, e postmaster of Anoka yesterday ved an anonymcms note Inform- him Brewer had been "bumped in that vicinity, but local police at first Inclined to discount the liether fresh information had ined leading to reversal of their ion was not, disclosed. ioka, seat, of Anoka coun- s 20 miles from Minneapolis, i the lower left hand comer of the penned In ink on stationery of Union City mission in Minnea- eSciieQ; Prepay to Meet Boy Has Narrow Escape, Caught In Mud of Canal between two passenger buses and i. Would tween a bus and a automobile! 1 hOUgnt Starvation YT ouiu a bus ch four ___ r_____ were injured.; j The'fog had lifted In most sections of j London tonight. Get Them Out of Soli- tary Confinement COLUMBUS, O., Jan. a gen- eral conference of county CWA ad- ministrators and relief workers held here today at the call of Adjutant' Sinks to Waist in Slime Be- LEAVEMVORTH. Kas.. Jan. 1 --Harvey Bi-.Hey and Albert Elites, ex- j members of that school of machlm- gunners which holds the fruit Jar fore Being Extricated By Pals workers by and the possibility .________ of all CWA work terminating by April The young son of William Search! t werg discussed- Governor white, in addressing the temoon as he became mired in water meeting, said he does not believe Fear Dillinger, Tretty Boy' and OHIO of moonihlne liquor to be stand _ j ?.rd equipment struggled in vain atj today to hunger strike In the face of forcible feeding of milk. "Death or freedom from solitary.' is the announced purpose of the des- SEATTLE. Jar.. 21- v-n-Two chll-. dren were found strangled In tlv-'lr home todny and police hold their par- ents in ]aii awaiting a r.vnuil exanu- nation as authorities sought to re- j construct a tragedy which tiny fmici> apparently was brought about by re- j hiillucinatlons. The bodies of the children, Henry Hastnes. 5, and John Hnstues. 9. were! found lying fully clothed on the room floor by a neighbor. j The parents, who wore held in the city jr.il, are Mr. and Oscar Hast- nes. Another Relapse Is Suffered by Dr. Wynekoop Dollar-Revaluation Bill Is Passed by House as Received, Sent to Senate for Approval Major Provisions of Monetary Bill j President Wishes Measure Enacted Exactly As Sent To Congress WASHINGTON, Jan. fra- j ________ lures of the administration's gold bill passed by the house and sent Finance Committee the follow: It specifics that the dollar when re-1 valued under the Thomas amend-! mcnt shall be revalued at not more', ihnu CO cents in its relation to gold.j A foreign exchange Is About Evenly Divided on Legislation irom tne oraers irom anrl fpderal reducing the state's quota of Notorious Bank Kobbcr ana I >am. on ft hun strlke Oklahoma Bandit Report- ed North, Bowman South WASHINGTON. Jan. fund of 21KH) million dollars, under j administration's nennte lieutenants i-M-luslve control of the secretary of i today solidified their forces to de- ;h. treasury, would be established, j house.approvecl Roosevelt I Believe Murder Trial WU "gMMt a D rv J J D isu million dollars would conservative effort to attactt DC IJelayed Because Or transferred to the government. j amendments sharply limiting the All gold coins would be withdrawn j broad powers the measure would con- from rtrculaiUm and Aether with j f Ole secrt.un- of the tress- L ury. The president wants the Mil enact- exactly as it. was sent to Capitol (By the Associated Press) Fears that two of the country's refusal to eat. prison authorities have other mud in the canal bed, where he the Ciln vel be properly dovetail- j m0st notorious bandits had returned f r thenl For one thing, about _.. _. ....._.- catching fish. Other boys in the group theicd into the public Other oovs iu _. n.us canal bed managed to extricate him i absorb the men now m CWA emploj- the alm ovfr week-end but lH.mil cu after 1e sank to his waist. In anci that he believes congress j thev relaxed lnelr tension today. of the paid for Uie release of Charles F. Urschel. Okla- whoiu they were excitement a pedestrian c-llea fire department and Assistant Charles Hatfield responded. The boy orovlde additional funds to con- j First, John Dillinger with his gang i was reported heading for Cleveland holdup. Police officials vicinity redoubled was what might have been :h diagram of three roads, th iiud letter "A" and a curved line. rcli lor Body lie searchers investigated parkcu- y any suspicious irregularities in ace snow. oth banks of the Mississippi river ch flows through the district like- 5 were being scrutinized on the ory the curved line may have int- to represent it. dusk began to fall tonight about miles ol "territory had been cov- -1 without result. 'he federal airents. whose forces been greatly augmented since kidnaping were sent, to Anoka: vester'day to organize the search; word of their mission was not dis- j until today. i nv.-y were assisted by county police, 3 game wardens familiar with the I ritory. illtfl By Accident" the j _ "Ed! emer is now resting in peace. Was accident bumped off. Body near .oka, Minn., will not be found until ;er snow goes off. Contact all off. >ase forgive us. All a mistake a" of our gang. Been drunk. Please I Walter McGee. St. Paul." II was headed "To a. federal officer." Anxiety for Bremer's life was Whtened in the face of the death reat in ths first and only note 3m the kidnapers left at the rear of e office of Walter McGee, wealthy Paul contractor and friend of the and the fact the customary concJ note with instructions for pay- g the ransom has not been received Adolph Bremer, father of the victim seclutlon at his home In a serious >rvous condition brought on by a i-o-vear-old illness aggravated by orry over his son's life, was attend- i yesterday by a physician. He was as being muchlfoetter to- av. Edward Bremer'i wife likewise as ia seclusion and no comment was jr'.hcomlng from her. caclv to 1'ay A 'well authenticated source yes- n-dav said contact was expected to e established either last night or Dmetlme Sunday in Minneapolis or v Althoxigh city authorities ho move to interfere with the [insom negotiations, the extortion- jts continued retlcement. Walter Magee, wealthy St. Paul con- ractor friend of the missing mail nd had resumed arrived, ho- drawn, to tinue CWA work until the PWA j ccnvlctod ol, of Defendant's Health thnt selwd from the Federal Reserve the holdings of the treasury CHICAGO, Jan. 21 Dr. another relate; today. for settlement of International! prediction that clareil when her trial for t.h.> murder oi her daughU-r-ln-Inw, Rhew. la re- sumed tonioin-w. Another night, of restless tossing in her cell cot In tlie Jail i-nusod an emergency cnil to sent out for Dr. balances. No more gold coins be issued. kidnaping, has never j Constantinp Theodore, county piiysi- nny direct. coin currency' of the United States. __......_ Authority for the secretary of the tice authorities believe they know j "She is a very sick lie re- !u-CRsury to make, private bond sales I mil and Democratic leaders are de- Uermlned and confident that he shall his way. hope to send the ol sold st home ajul abroad measure to the Whito House by Sat- but concede another week-end recovered_ Department of Jus-j clan, early this of small catfish M a separate. 0 county administrators were ad- ____ vised to arrange their work so that afternoon divrrsion the canal. Great Interest Being Displayed In Holliday Case i projects now "Pretty Boy" his career in i northwestern three com car-inns were reported seen at Bucyus.! traveling west. Pennsylvania author- ities misinterpreting an Ohio police broadcast, prepared for an invasion. Meantime, southern Ohio peace 01- ficials remained in the nightmarish state of fear that Neal Bowman would pop up again in their bailiwick, since he has spaced his outbreaks about a week acart since hoisting himself over the' walls at Lima state hos- lls whereabouts. I ported after an examination. "Unless ilo For another, the two life tenners; sho cRn ovcn to and Kelly, who was convicted j lo oourl roOm." investors. j may Intervene. Even though the opposition should bo successful In obtaining senate ap- proval of one or more of the changes Existing authority to Issue 7500 mil-1 n, wants, administration spokesmen >u dollars' worth of treasury note." I Are counting on the house to uphold i would be incretised by 2500 millions! inc chief executive. Thnt branch i wuh them, are scheduled to be sen, under v.-ay are completed 1 ;incl ail materials on hand are used Bowman Her to the federal government's newj tljroughout nii'.'.n condition to a totiil of 10.000 million. prison for the mure desperate con- remnlned i Proceeds from bills and unsatisfnctoi yesterday beat oif all efforts to amend the bill and then pussed It by the lop-sided score of 360 to 40. First Member of Civil Serv ice Commission to Face Trial Here No projects are to be com- i merced until cresenl ones are fin- i ifhed and all unworthy projects are I to be ellmmatea. increased Rrllef Kolls i T'ie county men also were i to he in readiness to handle II Uieir probable increased relief needs workers are dropped and hours of labor a week shortened. pital last Christmas day. crossed the Ohio river to Kentucky but Is believed to have returned to the Ohio side. viols on AU-utraa island and it is pro- to bp posed to deliver them In good shape. wus at flfi. jiifslKiiau Both Bailey nntl Batos. under vlo- j Adinlni.stration of was in- treasury, lent protest, art- Iwlng fed almost aiorcastd from twice to three t.iiiics to- of milk daily. I day and was i" increased iiuan- Every four or five hours the prison! titles In an effort w stimulate hear' r'.iysician. t-.vo (juards and two con- viJl latter to forestall possible charges of the prisoners that they are the cells. The (ju.irds hold down the patient. Her pulse wan report- i other short-term loans could be de- lop-sided score of 360 to 40 love normal. S'ii. mui hcrqx'sitecl In banks and trust comjwnics! ITrsldeiU's Wish Kiiles House by .secretary of the General Henderson said he anticipated relief rolls will be greatly increased the CWA work is curtailed. Orders William D. city civil service commission, gees trial at o'clock this after- rhairman of i to maie chairman were noon before Mayor W. P. Wetherald council chamber to answer charges make sure that only those in actual need ol relief are served. While each county CWA director preferred by Harry 0unn alleging efficiency, neglect of duty and r feasance in office. -Ms to be the judge of workmen to '-1 be dropped in order to comply with reduction orders, it was pointed out icinitv. named as contact man, was ready turn over the in old 35, S10, nd s20 bills not numbered consecu- ively It was McGee who received an monvmotis telephone message shortly a. m. last Wednesday when Jrciner disappeared after leaving his daughter, Betty, at the ixchiBive Summit girls school. tierriot Sees War Cloud [n Far East P4RIS. Jan. A dangerous iituation in the Far East the United States, Russia and was seen today by former Premier Edouard Herriot. writing m the Azcnce Economlque et Pinanciere. The question of Japan's purchase of the Chinese Eastern railroad from Eussia "poses a problem of. peace or while Japan is watch- States' policy, par- he said, ing the United ticularly on naval armaments. Between the United States and Japan on the one hand and Japan and the Soviet Union on the other, M. Herriot wrote, "tension is unques- tionable." He mentioned over-popu- lation, export activity and militaristic factors in the danger parties as formula. While declaring that "every sen- government must watch the Far feast with the greatest vigilance ,he premier denied that France e resent Im- ww meddling "In the trc-Ho" ana that cfler her good offices. present ready to Prepare Simple Foods For Sturdy Children Simple wholesome food is the most import.-.nt factor in the normal. sturdv development of children. The elemental principles of diet should be mastered by mother FOODS FOB VOUNG CHILDREN a compact 22-page booklet now avail- able, through the Times Recorder Washington Information Bureau, is an authoritative, easy-to-read pre- 1 TI 1H John C. Bassett counsel riolli- dav while City Solicitor B. E. Lea- sure will handle the city's interest and Ernest B. Graham will represent Dunn in Hie action. Great interest is being taken in the case as the public deems it move of the new administration to wrest final control of city politics from the Black faction, which has dominated the local government for approximate- ly 20 years. The case is the first of Its kind ever brought here, as it centers around a member of the civil service board, where others have concerned an of- ficial with the board sitting as judges. Mayor Wetherald has declared he will not stage a circus at the hearing Monday, and the lawyers will conduct] themselves or bo ordered from the room The charter provides the ac- cused may be represented by counsel and John Bassett has been retained for that purpose. The charter also provides for a public hearing, but it is going to be held In an orderly man- ner, the mayor says. A controversy over the right of the! mayor to preside at the- trial came to an end through the citing of sec- tion 157 of the codified ordinances, which provides for a hearing before the mayor this supercedes an- other se'ction which designates coun- cil as the body to hear such action. Efforts have been made by defense counsel to secure a delay In the time of the hearing, but Meyor Wetherald has refused the demand, as the chief executive expressed unwillingness to postpone the trial. The trial today will be the first since the action against Fire Chief Scott Power before the civil service board three years ago on charges of conduct unbecoming an officer. The first step of the administra- tion to rid the city hall of hold-over officers came last week with the re- fusal to pay about a dozen whose seats are contested by the new city government. Charges against Bolliday refer to an alleged plot by the old faction to control the city government, regard- less of the outcome of the election In November. Holliday Is represented as having declared on at least one oc- casion that any policeman could do as he wished despite the incoming administration. Holliday is also claim- ed to have made use of his position as safety director and anticipated po- sition on the civil service commission to secure campaign aid la behalf of Mayor Eoy R Nowell with the alleg- ed promise that policemen so aiding the cause would be "taken care of." that all workmen who are dropped should be Immediately registered with the employment service, so that they mav be aeain re-employed If funds made "available to continue the The Dillinger scare died down some- ,y The physician inserts a rubber hose .vllh two outlets into his nostrils and what Sunday with authorities be-! pours down a pint of milk. There Is levins they must have balked the home bad language desperado-killer with a flood of pub- llcity. The "Pretty Boy" story also was deflated Sunday when Bert Hems operator of a filling station one mile vest of Findlay. reported to Sherif.' Lyle Harvatt that four men Is a west. CWA. Blossom Resign; The resignation of Dudley S. Bios som, Cleveland, as a member of the state relief commission and the adminlstiation, was announced today by Adjutant General Frank D. Hen- derson. Mr Blossom was said to have re- signed because of ill health which necessitated his spending several months in southern climates. He was one of the original members of tne relief commission appointed by Gov- ernor George White. His successor has not vet been named. sedan answering description Included In the broadcast alarm, bought gaso- line at his station and then roared They were pretty tough looking s" "Elems told the sheriff, "but none of them looked like Floyd." At Findlay, arrangement? were made to dedicate station WPGG. radio alarm system of the Ohio association, nest Feb. 23. It will be dedicated to the memory of the slain Sheriff Jess Barber of Allen county, who died in an attempt halt the liberation of Dillinger from the Jail at Lima. Janet Culbertson In Finals Prince Of Peace Contest Is One of Six Winners in Semi-Finals at Columbus Sunday Evening Miss Janet Culbertson of this city was one of six winners in the semi- final round of the annual Prince of Peace declamation contests held Sun- Escaped Kansas Convict Caught In Kansas City Suffered Broken Ankle 5n Jump From Not Sighted KANSAS CITY, Jan. Charles Clifton McArthur. 29, one of i seven convicts who "We tried at first to be' nice to and insert the hose through a guard explained, "but hey soon learned they could shut iff the milk by clamping down the eeth." Apparently the 'grapevine" carried the news to Bailey after Bates went on his hunger strike Jan. 7. Bailey xho Is cut'off by prison regulation! from all contact with his friend eating Jan. 15. Forcible feeding of Bites was be> gun Jan. 19. Then Bailey also wa put under the treatment. Physician, said the latter was In better condl lion than Bfitcs because he continued the drinking of water. Shun Tempting Meal Tempting meals failed to shake the convicts' defiance of officers. They shunned a dinner today which in- cluded roast beef, gra.vy, potatoes, spinach and carrots. However, the milk which they have scorned in their motor car raids about the southwest is keeping up their strength. Liquor was found with both men when they were arrested, an Illicit corn product wliich is carried by most of the region's motoring gun- men. Clyde Darrow and Charles 'Pretty Boy" Floyd, who are at lib- erty, usually drive with fruit Jors containing the drink. Kelly, who has expressed a wish to become an evangelist in the prison continued his study of the Bible in his cell today. He aban- doned an attitude of atheism 10 days ago. The outcome may bo deckled to-' icrrow after .Hidsu Joseph B. Uavltl icars the tr-stimony of physicians xnmlncd the. drfendimt i mined lately iftcr the trial bite FrUhiy; because of her collapse. TiiB court will lietir Dr. Arthur By-' fleld. delegated by the judge to an Impartial examination. Ur. Ham D. McNally K.T the sUitc nnd Dr. Frank Chnuvct" for the clelcnsc. Ad- ding to tills trstimony will be the re- rt.s of Dr. Chauncey Dr. F.firle Gray, who were culled by the de- fense today to make further exnmlnii- State Master Is Guest Saturday tion. her Day Conference of Offi- cers Held at Timber Run Hall If it is found it would hasten death to proceed with the ease. J David has Indicated lie will allow de- fense counsel. Milton and W. W. Smith, a motion for mistniil. The procedure would to allow the defense to withdraw a juror. whereupon the court would declare the mistrial. Prosecution of the mur- der charge would then await the de- fendant's recovery. A surprise visit by State Master Walt r P. Kirk of Port Clinton, fea- tured the nil clay conference of the officers of MuskiiiKum county granges at. the Timber Run grntige hall Sat- urday. The state master was on his way to the Pomona grange meeting In Monroe county and stopped off to greet the officers nnd present a num- ber of state grunge projects for con- sideration. The morning session of the confer- ence was in charge of District Deputy Master J. A. Llttlck of Eureka grange The words of Chairman Somers of i the coinage committee, in charge of the bill, "that "the president wants the bill just as It is" were enough to swing the huge Democratic majority I in to'a massive cordon which the [would-be amendcrs could not pene- I trate. Tho bill has four primary purposes: would authorize clipping a mini- mum of 40 per cent from the 13.22 j grains of gold which by legal defini- lion are now the equivalent of one dollar; It would vest in the treasury tit'.e to every ounce of the nation's monetary gold, Including that now held by the federal reserve banks; It would establish a sta- bilisation fund to be used In reg- the foreign value of the dol- ir. and It would free the treasury of Additional Folk Join Celebration Enthusiastic Meeting Held Sunday Afternoon in Hotel Rogge .continued their d Oklahoma for day night churches in three Columbus Culbertson, with the other five winners will appear in the finals during the Ohio Pastors' convention in Columbus on Monday, January 29. Miss Culbertson and Phillip Kessler of Lima won In the contest held In the Indianola Presbyterian church. The other winners and where they competed follow: Richard Sultzbach of Sylvania and Audrey Pursley 01 Hilllards at the First M. E. church: Nancv Walker of Akron and Morley of Sclenceville at the Broad PIKE rorvmx P1KCTON, O.. Jan. Houston Coe, 70. a bachelor, was killed today when he was struck by a freight train at Greggs Hill, near here. an sentation of the principles which n diet between the ages of three Re-Employment Office Has New Head Street Church of Christ Miss Culbertson. a fugitives. McArthur, his right leg swollen from a broken bone in the ankle, which he he said he wiffered in Jumping from the wall, was arrested after he de- scended from a street car that brought him from Kansas City, Kns. Ho was recognized by the detec- ves, William P. Bruce. Clarence Rat- ,ff and J. sprofera, from prison pno- tographs. He still wore his blue denim uniform. I don't believe anybody was hit by the guards' he said. Several shots were fired by tower guards as the men went up a make- shift ladder in the darkness. Prison authorities had expressed the opinion two were wounded. Police said McArthur. who has a record as a murderer and robber in Oklahoma. Kansas and Texas, had walked the 35 miles to Kansas City seeking a sanctuary where he cotud LAY MEN OFF Captain T. B. Black. In charge of the local relief station, stated early Monday morning that between 75 and 100 CWA workers will be released from the payrolls this morning. All county projects will be closec for the time being and CWA wor> will b9 confined to city Jobs and school work. Black returned from a meeting in Columbus, where he re ceived his instructions. iviioo Central Presbyterian church here is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Crulbertson. She won the congressional contest held In McConnelsvllle two friends were highly elated Sunday night when the news was re- ceived that Miss Culbertson had been named as one of the finalists for the big contest. Her many friends here are confident she will make a good showing for herself In the final con- test a week from now. The first prize for this event Is and a four vear scholarship In college. The other OTIMS are second, 4200 and a two year scholarship: third. and a one- me'mlyr of the receive medical attention for his leg. lllv nflS- After treatment at the general hos pital here, he was returned the irison by motor car to complete a entence of five to ten years for bur- Hands Off Policy of U.S. Is Approved SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan. The government-owned newspape Nacion, today expressed adrniratio for the Cuban policy of Presiden Roosevelt. Despite attacks from Caribbean de egatcs at Montevideo, the newspape said. Secretary of State Hull of th At the meeting Saturday afternoon chairmen of committee.-! in charge f the grand ball and theater pnrty lonorlng Pre.sident Roosevelt's birth- lay, the Federated clubs, consisting s, signified who opened the meeting with thi reading of the key. This was followed by a discussion of degree work in the county and wa. led by Carl Cater of Union grange. I II i was 'i'C'ded to continue this projec Rail another year and a committee com LJO.ll posetl or Mr_ M. w. spencer o Dresden grange and Bcrnlce Paxton o Sprlngtleki grange appointed to cnrr out the project. T'ne lecture hour xvork was dlscusse by the lecturers In special session. Th! was led by Pomona Lecturer Ad Showers. Mrs. Nellie Fletcher, Phil grange, gave several Interesting Kestlons'for better lecture hour pro .t 19 women's o: ntenttons or taking part and assisting n the celebration. Not to be. outdone, representatives it Amrou Caldron, Daughters of On- Veteranfi of the Civil War. Daugh- ters of America, Boy Scouts, city iremen. city board of education find members of" the Unemployed associa- tion offered to assist the general committee. General Chairman Herbert A. Jones announced that starting Monday morning offices of the general mlttee will lie opened In the office cf LeRoy H. Taliey. in the buikllnK tit Fourth and Market nml r.an be reached over telephone No. 4204 A number of residents of the rina: districts will hoki. bridge parties at their homes on Tuesday night. Jan 30. and funds received from the play- ers will be donated to the Warm Springs foundation. Those planning such parties are asked to notify gen- Membership maintenance nj subject in which there was a great deal of Interest. Ways and means of increasing membership were discussed by the officers present and led by E. E. Prazler of Timber Run grange and J. A. Llttlck. Home economics in the grange was dlscrsscd, Mrs. Effle Jenkins of Stov- In charge. A round table discussion of projects to be carried out this year featured the. afternoon session. Many of the have already made plans for an Intensive year and all were enthu- sla.stlc over the prospects for 1034. An exchange of programs wns ar- ranged. These occasions will be known as Neighbors Night, Friendship or Hospitality Night. The details of the project will be worked out by a committee composed of J. W. McCam- i.iny present restrictions upon Its utluinty to Issue government secur- ties and thus simplify the big bor- owing operations that Uo ahead. Tho measure is now In the hands .1 the senate finance committee, vhlcli intends to complete its hear- ngs tomorrow. Tuesday, the com- mittee will take up the measure in executive session and as soon as a vote is reached It will be reported ami brought up on the senate floor. Among others, the committee Will hear Prof. George F. Warren of Coi- aell university, one of the presldent'i foremost monetary advisors and an author of the program which the measure Is intended to forward. Committee Vote The committee vote, both sides say, probably will be close. While the opposition Is counting upon a maxi- mum of 27 votes against the bill in the senate as a whole, at least nine of those who will cast them are on 20-membcr committee. Three Demo- crats, Glass of Virginia, Gore of Ok- lahoma and Adc.ms of Colorado, are to vote against the bill, while two Republicans. Norbeck of South Dakota and Couzens of Mich- igan will be for it. On this basis, the committee de- cision apparently rests with the vote of Senator McAdoo of California, who .ins given no Indication of how he will vote other than his action in moving that the committee request an opinion from Attorney General Ciimmtngs on the constitutionality of seizing the federal reserve banks' gold. With McAdoo's favorable vote the result would 11 to 9 for the measure. With him voting against it the result would be a 10-10 tie. which under senate rules means commit- tee disapproval. Virtually all the adverse testimony the committee has received has been directed first of all against the wide variety of powers the measure would give to Secretary Morgenthaii in ad- ministering the stabilization fund. It would empower htm to deal in any WUUl'vA CU1M1J of Newton Grange; R. E. Kelt t of commerclai paper he might -l-ifciln irrnncro' VRV Vlinufld- eral headquarters. Tickets for the ball of Rlchvale grange: Harvey Vandcn bark, Nashporl; Imile Pollock, pleas- ant, Grove; Nola Swope. Norwich; Bcr- nlce Paxton, Springfield and Charles Williams of Concord. January and February have been in Gold hall! set aside is months to make definite will sell at each nnd will be on j plans and efforts in canvassing for sale by the ticket committee today They will admit only one person, but entitles the purchaser to visit main dance in Gold hall, and dances at the Elks, the Eagles and Grotto deem necessary for the. general pur- pose of stabilizing the currency. Central Hank Idea This, Senator Glass and others have criticized as authorizing the treasury to do a general banking business. The critics claim that with the treasury's alliance with the reconstruction cor- Thcatcr tickets will also be. placed j or 12 for the year was suggested, on fale this week and will b't honored! Timber run grange- acted as host to now members. A goal was suggested jj poratlon tms W0uld mean to all in- tor all granges of less than 100 and purposcs the establishment net gain of six members ft central wlth a consequent the quarter, or 24 members for of the functions of the year. Those groups of over 100 mem- rescrvs system. a net gain of three to a quarter to Latin-Americans, con- Posses in Kansas and Oklahoma (vlnclng present course is next tin nrpwd their search for McAr- linked with the past, till pressed their searcn w -Culmination of Cuban events with hurs companion.. .Uhe rise to power of a new presldfent Sheriff Dean Rogers of Shaw nee accentualeg thfl North American at- ounty, Kansas, led a hunt lor often repeated 15? President men wearing blue denim clothing and ,Koogevelt. ant] Mr_ Hun> _{ non-inter- Idlng in small coupe who lanea vcntlon ancl the o{ state n an attempt to crowd another car year scholarship. and Mrs. H. D. Borley, Dr. gover copV of this in'1 'v rr rniird at once to any address. four rents to cover postage Coupon The. Time? Recorder, Information Bureau, Vrecicrlc J. Haskln. Director. D. C. Ernest F. Snell of Pine street Sat- urday wns appointed manager of the federal re-employment office, succeed- ing J. Walter Miller, who resigned. Mr. well known In Zanesville. was a former Putnam avenue hard- invaluable booklet dealer. The re-employment offices are now located In the Richards building at 408 Market street, being moved last week from the bnwment of the courthouse. This offlrfi is under the supervision of Use state diviMon of federal re- crnployment service of the CWA. on Committee on and Mining iJJ iillU and Mrs. Culbertson and number of other Zanesville residents attended the semi-finals Sunday night. i.ri FOOD DKEN. herein FOUR (carefully wrap- of the IxxiKlct YOUNG CT1TL- Street (Mail lo Robcl, T. of this tiie 15th Ohio district, has been lrcictl a member of the com- mi'tec on mines nnd mining. He wl'il continue to serve as before on control, insular affair? anci ether committees. HAMILTON. 0-. Jan. Georpe former superin- tendent of the Liberty Machine Trx-i rc-iipiv.iv hcrr and killed ''lmi- D. C.) i ?clf today. Rrlativn :ibeen despondent j a year 6 or I See by the Classified Ads That if vou have for rent a 7-room modern house with garage, in a good neighborhood, better write to the party looking for one. That a partv near Cumberland wants to buy n good young team. n metal brooder house ancl some corn. That there's dancing Mon- day and Friday night at a well kr.ov.n local hall. That, a vounc couple, experienc- ed, ft-id with references, want worn on :i farm by the month. A voting man alw wants farm work. Trat, if you aro nocdlng fence ttORJK. vou can get Chestnut posts nto a ditch on highway No. 10. bout 10 miles east of Topeka. Kas. Fog last night halted a posse hunt- ng three men dressed In blue denirn who purchased food at a Rlchland. Cas.. store. Jim Clark and Frank Delmar dis- appeared near Pawhuska, OKla., yes- terday after releasing -unharmed Louis Dresser. 26-year-old rural school teacher, whom they kidnaped from his home near Wolcott. Kas., for a wild flight in his motor car. Dresser returned to his home last party near Cakl- or on'.y It can be and poles from wcli. That a 4-rnom house with water, cap and electric, is offered S7CO for quirk sale, financed, too. Buving. selling, renting, tradir.c opportunities are continu- ally plWed before you in the Class- ified of very b'g values. In small spare they tell United State." succeeded In carrying I in all "jjanosvlile theaters during tne officers nnd served a pot luck dln- "the Rcoseveltian atmosphere of thei of Jan 23. Tliese will seil at V, m-r at noon. Internatonal policy of the good each, 2S per c-nt of which will nie next, Pomona grange meeting to legislate In IM own Interests." the editorial said. be donated to the Warm Spring.-, j win be held with _Eureka grange on foundation. One of the features will be old-! time dances In i Saturday, March 10. FORMER BANKER DIES MARYSVTLLE, O., Jan. M. Henderson, 93. ono of Union coun- ty's oldest and best known citizens, for 20 years cashier of the Bank of Marvsville. and later 20 years pro- prietor of the Oakland hotel, died to- dav of age and Infirmities. He was a. native of Wood county. West Virginia, but lived in Union county nearly all of his life. These will consist of square and will be In charge of ft committee comtxiWHl of Edward J. Zlnsmelster. John J. Prick and Ray A. Miller. Al! old-time fiddlers and square dance callers who wish to donate their ser- vice (ire to be nt the Elks club at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening. Jan. 3n Mrs. J. D. Edmiston, chairman the decorating committee, stated Sun- day afternoon Hint one of the Inter- esting features of the decorations cf Gold hall will be the beautiful south- ern smllax being where President Signs Bill to Continue R.F.C. right, apparently none the worse for his experience. The mileage Indicator showed the car had traveled 1100 miles from the time of abduction. Eoof'velt foundation the will be located v. i Lit. tl! at, Warm Springs. Ga. The artistry will be done by all local florists. Special lisrhtlng will give beautiful effect iiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiHimiifiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii The Weather IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHII OHIO: Occasional rain with m temperature Monday; Tuesday cloudy I and colder, probably rain in south j and rain changing to snow flurries in north portion. CONDITIONS: different automobile i The temperature has risen in the j ijike region and the upper Ohio Emmett Ward. 55. a run.! mail car- icy' ancfit not changebl material. i _____ n-M> ATP. lor throughout the entire hall. General Chairman Jones announced an Important me" ting of all commit- tee chairmen to he held at o'clock Wednesday evening in HaU-1 WASHINGTON. Jan. dent Roosevelt today signed the bill to continue the life of the Recon- struction corporation until February 1, J935. Tho bill authorize'! total lending by the corporation up to The president, however, in a letter to Chairman Jesse H. Jones of the corporation said it was his under- standing "that the extension of the life of the corporation automatically makes available to it the amount of any repayments received _ during the period of such extension." The bill would give Morgenthau unlimited authority in administering the fund. Thf opponents are con- sidering and expect to offer an amendment to place the fund in the hands of the board. This proposal received more support in the house yesterday than any other suggested change, but even so was defeated 170 to 133. Obtaining money for the fund from the extra dollars that could be Issu- ed against the cold stocks, after re- duction of the gold equivalent of the dollar, also has been the target of much criticism in testimony given the committee. Automobile Accidents Fatal to Two nd I Injuries Suffered in Fall Fatal to Child GALLIPOUS. O.. Jar.. '-Ti Two men died here today from injur- i DOVER, O. Ann. They Do Come Back! Quite frequently persons lose sum of some negotiable se- curity or a ring and feel that It Is lost forever. But also quite frequent- ly an ad in the Lost and Found columns of The Times Recorder and Jan. Marjorlc quickly get you in touch les suffered accident- In rler. was pinned under his car andjjv crushed after it careened off a street and overturned. Charles Winston. fi3. storekeeper at the West Virginia state !hospital, at Lakein. W. Vs., The Indications are for I occasional rain In the Ohio valley, and the lower Lake region Monday and Tuesday. had man. head, cover five-yw-'.hl dar.ghu.-r of R.iy- -.va" arouM'd i- from a deep into v.iii'.Vi she 'illeri four days before Ohrirt- f-.hp fell and struck lier Hopes were held for her rc- wlth the finder. Here is a case where it did: black leather purse In i-a- office court house Tuesday m diamond leers valuable papers. Regard. ia hospital here. His .'kull u in an automobile collision. v'HJ, SEEK "AUMV" FINDS MARION. O.. Jan. or- sanlzetion cf 125 solicitors headed by C. Z. Zachmai. Marlon merchant, has been formed to conduct a four-) to finance! for activities d'av, will be followed by colder weather Tuesday. TEMPKBATtKKS Reading by Shurtz, Drusglst 5 a. m...... H 4 p. m......54 7 a. m...... 19 G p. rn. 10 a, m.....3G 8 p. m. 12 (noon) ..40 10 p. m.....40 2pm 50 12 i midnight i 3( year. unexpectedly. i- TII died of pense V. Mi-Keir, who ran for mayor last November with the endorsement of Postmaster General Farley, announc- ec! today he would office? il! i Wall Street to resume law prac- tices He is specia! here for the Reconstruction Finance Corpora- tion. We do not try to infer that every time a Lost Ad will bring back the lost possession. But we do believe That .icarly any article lost has enough real or sentimental value to the loser to warrant the small ex- incidental to placing a Lost Most people are honest and giadly return their 'find' to he "loser if. they knew where to find The next time you lose something. TRY A Ag. Fristoe May Be in Race For Auditor Fred E Fristoe, clerk of the Mus- ktngum county board of elections, and ticket clerk at the local office Oi the Pennsylvania railroad, may be a. candidate for the office of auditor Muskingum county, he announced Sunday evening, although he had not fully made up his mine to that eftecu The office of clerk of the board of elections will close for Fristoe March 1 and it was .-aid that Secretory of State George 3. will appoint a Democrat to succeed Fristoe. who is a Republican. Charles Snider, present deputy clerk of the board. may be given the appointment. It w-as said Sundav night. A meeting of the Muskingum county Democratic executive committee will be held this evening when recommen- dations will be received for the posi- tion. Tne position of clerk of the election board carries with it a salary of SI 232.52. while the deputy clerk is paid a salary of WOMAN DIES FROM GAS TOLEDO. O., Jan. Clara Balkan. 40. was found dead In home here today, a victim of gas fumes. Cracks around the windows and doors had been plugged with rags, bvi it was said by neighbors that the makeshift weather stripping had been devised several montbs ago to reduce heating expenses. Coroner Frank O. Evreit, 41 EWSPAFER VSPAPES.I   

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