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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio 0 fry Prints the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL a VOL L No 292 ZANESVILLE O FRIDAY EVENING APRIL THREE CENTS COMMISSIONERS VOTE HEARING ON PLEASANT VALLEY ROAD MYSTERY SURROUNDS BOMBING OF OHIO DRY ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S HOME VANCE Escape As FRIDAY IN Bomb Damages House CITY IS SOL S Power Glider Ends Hop Trolley TAYTO to View It May Hold Public f ing May 19 i St was made j county ers have accepted tie petition Sled by Lee Gorsuch representing erty owners of Valley ing tie establishment of a road that vicinity as a means of tie farmers in tiat locality of tie mud It is proposed to use tie formerly occupied by tie ern Ohio Public Service company traction line beginning at a point near tie o-d passenger station and continuing in s tion through township to tie intersection of state highway No 156 Tie distance to be covered is about miles Tie road it is said Is TO be graded and County commissioners have an- they will the road on Mar 5 and that a public ing will be held on the matter Mav 19 at which time decision will be reached whether to grant or refuse the petition of property owners In that locality Farmers in tie vicinity of Pleasant Valley cave been literally j in and are now seeking an improved road which permit them easy access to hard surfaced highways leading to j Mr applied to county com- several days ago and pre- sented a formal petition tiat tie highway ie improved es tie right-of-way presents en ex- course to it is j county will favor and lend aid making the road fit for travel j Several highways run inj ail directions at points Pleasant Valley but property owners I Accuses Hoover of ing Prohibition Enforcement Oil Brings Series Religious Meetings in Churches and Factories April letter j shaped glider powered with a two-cylinder motor written by H Stayton chairman 1 530 miles ircen Cincinnati to Xew in nine szd a calf hours o tie board of tie Association j Is s nurtured above as it landed with Stanley Huffman at tie controls at tie Amendment I Field Long Island after having set a new distance record lor tils before tie senate type of silo Fuel economy is chimed to be one of tie features of tie gUcer committee credited President j Hoover with beginning to doubt can be ed Tis letter was to Charles S a vice-president of tie ant The letter began by Ins Is absolutely tial My feeling Is as I talk to senators members of and public officials here that Mr Hoover Is beginning to whether prohibition can be en- forced Tie letter was written to Wood to POSTOFFICE OVER NATION TO BE IN SENATE QUIZ get have the H Washington April gation of all peso office leases was ordered by the today Ths senate approved a gle the Elaine resolution authorising creation of a senatorial ind Republican national committee of five members to man from investigation before tie Tie investigation was ordered as a The result cf charges bj Senator Blaine ter j Republican Wisconsin of and is confidential corruption in tie leasing of 1500 Graiam who is I suppose j I ices all over tie country nos of the and Tie issue but of the Republican ation of s party which he very dearly loves has shown tiat those matters are so of his heart tiat he ias urged me to do three come few J instantly and he will not be put Judge Graham more tian and bonds to the amount of have been issued on tie governments contract j Blains and Senator Dakota contended tils was merely an instance of many similar cases the country very fittingly celebrated Good Friday the most solemn day 01 the calendar en Friday In a greas many churches throughout tie city services were held at some time during tie day or wsll be helc on Friday evening and hundreds and i hundreds of local attended tie thre hours service in Liberty or in St John's church Schools were closed on Friday and iu some Instances factories were closed while In others work was finished at neon For who were working in factories all day meetings were planned wherever possible These i meetings consisted of brief with a short but talk and were ar- inquiry name tie committee members Blaine and others have charged promoters ask General Atterbury leases with the nest and go to tie stand fori of many minuses on Wednesday and j rentals en have ty Way will be made for him to are P ft iH j ice I M I years ac I j bound Eere you see her as I was charged in that case the j tO i ear 1 ele i lie Holy week i t Milter general of the Y M C A planned for the Good shop The Friday meetings at tie theater J and St John's church which jat o'clock and closed ac three distinct services j these hours were the last cf tLe j weeS services began on day and have been held soon at Uberty theater Dr J Si Shimer chairman of committee in charge presided each day and Charles has the sifting Speaker has been Dr i i William A Shimer ci at Ohio State university He was one of the ers on and the other Were ct cf ai Fight Pending A Kelsey college Xew Con- cord and ZJr T First M E church Ki of Dry Agent IS ear Ashtabula is Bombed days are here for Bob and Dot Oatman until recently vaudeville anc to residents there and at have been forced to travel a improved routes in tiat lead into L ended the careers of foreign stars in America I him to come baci here and on the ISti or 20th judge is also going to reach Senator m Cuba by phone and ask him to break up his and come for the same j T cannot ask you too strongly to spress upon General that Judge Graham til mentioned things importance to tie cause My own feeling is as I senators members of congress and officials here that Hoo Columbus O April tnis an who have been lifted Dr Selsey based his talk en to wealth br the cf oil is no SIrs home is Mich say they recently refused ended late the of y Karl counsel lor tie Bell Tele- O- gers blamed today for bombing of the of SI Hobinson leader shortly ter daybreak Xo one was injured in tbe blast which wrecked the front part of tbe foundation cf son's palatial home on State road Police are investigating the ex- plosion on the theory that sons who nave been named In Robinson's dry enforcement wort were responsible Tbe detonation blew oat parr of the front foundation and smashed windows throughout one side of the house The bomb bsd been placed In a basement window sill sometime the night police believe and Mrs and a maid were asleep in an upstairs room tie bias occurred Sy tie shaking the house and rushing to tie failed to see leaving the yard isas been to dry circles and in law enforcement drives for He Is chairman of Ashtabula county enforcement league He refused to blame lawless forces fee the today and saM he was usable to ascribe a motive the attempt tc wreck Ms Hobinson is cf the 31 C company building The iras the second within the past week last a dynamite charge was placed on the steps of tne Hersch Company garment torv Considerable damage was done bv the blast although about 25 workers escaped injury Police indicated several to Se today there was little at the bombings been CUE same parties aiea because He Willed He i iare avoided tie terrible ce iad another They were even suggested to Etas such as the at- House Hopes For For Jake Cure is Easter Vacation j Fruitless Endangered would cause a great many people of is Not be roore generous as to Mr Hoover's there are thousands especially O April verdict res returned suit filed William Peer as ation then tie ress cf us refusal to return a verdict in to be to of Peer for tie publication of I the iray i is witi j and his ne said the needs sorae of his Bui on most of they to go far Burr told the commission that no can Bus it's Thank vou Mr c to Burr Jr Sn ilon the disciples and sho if tis world and remedy for it then the hour cad come Even on tie cross tie determined oy himself Listen to Continued on Page Eleven i rs in t VEIEW Also be Salvation of Tens Savs Durbin of Thousands Ap changes in tie discussed i the house co: provide benefits for ans denied under from drinking caraway cf tie mace of by committee Henry H Curran of the wet was Tiie bUl before tie senate is at t -or third of Senator Harris Ga to ex- in lend ths quotas to Sas City and -7 Eal have you in j of tie western cities in and asSed Columbus O April Washington April lowly tie manufacturer wji be i maggot despised by sien appeared e of in tie roie of dresd boas diseases s effect in 1 ment according to a formal of the A E- asd con- biU is complicated ever by three One offered Senator S B- would repeal the national origins clause o the present im- migration act Another ment offered by Senator Allen Kep Kansas is designed to ad- mit immigrants on the basis of their to American employment needs Still another presented by Senator Biack Dem Aia would stop an for five years tie senate lobby committee a point of interest during recent tis files of tie Association i tie prohibition Amendment to be These files test tubes beasers and jinto in search for a for tie tiat follows in in tie forbidden far their search ias been but it continues Federal agents have been of Jamaica in tie four states have their ready aurt more and are expected proprietors have sold the a was to hear of 12 had of at where at least tie appear before tie At except to of tie Curran resiled see about that said away up a letter tain stayton speans for you doesn't n e for ourselves He for j on doesn't I don't is the ter it you don't want to commit JOB have heard the letter said t he it tier read t I letter hearing in an attempt to prove Horwitz was owner of the paper and David was publisher They further sought to show through testimony tUat lie was the to control politics anil in- terest in paving contracts the construction com- pany cf which Hornitz is ihan by he asserted By ad- a valuation of COX the state is this com- PORTION TAX OF AIR Columbus O April 13 1 tie state collects on aeronautics Senator Boscoe C cf Che house core i i Tie verdict exonerates in tne alleged offered to accept as a libel had aided a of jaw be amended to in a Journal financially loans or 30 way used in made cess cf its properties or to use tie tax on v as refused ty tie state for aviation in rsn farmers ers AU over anti rates raised American in re- da v tie however tie lair t Ol fT T Scot pupils GAINS 31.65 PCT said would for a new attitude Judge A K Webber j We are LAST 10 e-m mace Sy to tis United Tie tale of Baer's discovery Is with tie As a doctor on the of France Baer observed a Wounded soldiers who lay for days on the battlefield often recovered while their given prompt treatment often did not for causes Bacr found that freshly wounded treated by modern methods frequently de- inflammation of tne bone Others who had lain long on the expected fron t Tiere are in gone years ODS di and control committee I was be- i the senate tie total resolution aad tius set oa foet u J estimated at 300 rents paid fcr SLOWLY year ie t-e Jones five ana ten went with a merit is away from commerce was to appear before tis senate commerce He to supply facts bearing oa powers O hero of A to re- j tie war ss dying to Bins Tri TSJ homes tie Easter holidays tie doc II Art IU tv leaders few canines to ACTION TO CLOSE I TorS Mrs Robert BRUNSWICK O cf Parisian frocks for Easier she Brunswick township o B to pay with the report of tie sic ed to them PAY CUSTOM IF SHE WANTS HER EASTER RAIMENT surely was and jewelry his final discharge Is en Mr said tiere had been Bins lays around Legion i the Argonne siot hat the best wty to keep a and went tie top several lock Ash the in lio owns a trouble on matter in- two and tie estimated cf the contents as ridiculous He the matter in of settled tbe a was ias the sUll were Special Feature On Day 20 Tie Tie a asd ir an appropriate ruci verses ss inay be for publication or tiat day A is a tribute of Jove affection to tie loved ias to tiat place traveler returns s to JU ose wio are left to no pay on tie given t issues tie a tentative value on count sided In tie villas Eunice LATEST cf files He placed them of guinea s Over and ever moves forward i who hod 20 to live TO SUSPENDS j He was tie cf t It too tie tie tie departed to Sin or ate to a tian a day dedicated to tie of iava gene Tils 5s printed at tiis time Decause it necessary for us to tie copy In advance of tie If wish assistance la vour memorial verse or notice K win be cheerfully additional cost The in rates of 4 cents per vord v 1 pre- ROB TIMEKEEPER TOR MODIFICATION il Vir if Apri DI A P A Y of Tie t Z 4 rl 1 to t iAND MAKE ESCAPE wia Dr J April 18 last r resolution tie ISCO c: e interstate com- c- Arts and merce theory in a reiS was the senate inter- ciety tie O j bers held the time Keeper ci Products Ccu Eastman parcel co: state commerce tossy by 3 of cassia tie cf in only The of Is bv a few Tiers are WET Irons re In tiere were deaths tie disease sends of suffer from is K increasing rapidly due to fores in and tie resolution was -s paper s ana ti a tie SEEK BOND ISSUE to issue of its 414 per certificates to nt for by tie urith 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