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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio m 1 11 Prints the THE ZANESVILLE W VOL. No. 248 FINAL EDITION FRIDAY FEB. FINAL EDITION THREE CENTS DEMANDS U. S. WAR ON FOREIGN FINAL APPEAR Bruno Will Co to Chair Insisting He Is Innocent i Copyright 1935, by United N. Feb. has lost l ol escaping but die he m- oct u t o 111 ur d e i n the I id r g h thn Pro by a to the s i or a si on lead to an a ulice ur decreed to his J. was to have was condemned to death Wednesday 10 Insisted he that he would run had nothing to The prisoner's as display ud ai his well staged interview reporters ne LO the public Tor funds to j his is merely j closest to him li c o n ee a i s the rt f: c- po s of t e r r o r and the Ii out I u closed in on h 11 in i n rt h e the j u or c 13 n t mtn arid Tour a rendered Xii u u h h i j u i v i L' i i i s o 1 v c E y o as Jersey is off id nil y con- cerned the kidnaping and der many in- vest tors and be- he one ur more SCARCITY OF PWA PROJECTS HAMPERS Senate Wants to Know How Relief Money Will Be Spent U. S. Trouble Ace mystery developed the It was centered upon the New Deal Recovery have Informed the in a found only about worth of work relief projects that could be started within a year or lii They want to what proposes to do wth the other which would be appropriated in the measure now before the That is the son for the to have the sent back to tile senate committee for Administrator Haroid j with the work relief program in sent to and agenti throughout the country for reports on projects which could be started in the effort to quit the has come to the capital that the survey showed a total of in projects which had been planned for anri Almost half of that br In t hose on which ing work remained to be done j would be started Personality the the 18' months J. COUNSELLOR OF SALES TO TALK war cloud R rolling over ns the Suites has Its chiff diplomatic to Addis Abyssinian RS charge C. boon in unci In lor tho U- the 19311 to Conduct Series A recapitulation of the work gram which could ho 1 Second BLAMES ITALY AS AGGRESSOR Second Note from Ethiopia Causes Tense Situation in Europe GUST OF WIND MAY HAVE SENT Wile y Disputes mony But Does Not Give Opinion rail i equipment death house slate pi at t otl a v or t o m o r r n be re oval secret LO return indictments against several o' Anthony It may be several this action is tic business their em- ployes and the public of south ern will an work J. rural 81CO.OCO.- niral movement for the is led hy Pat Sen. Frederick H. Klr and Sen. B. C. Mo. They proper that t h p n d d 1 ti onn proposed for direct relief be from thr relief In In govern no key man was much like that or the in inp and in TO talks are direction of the retail merchants division of the Chambor ot in with The ing No fee is to be but attorneys will be by ticket for ills appeal to court cf errors cally th March 1 by Mrs. Anna hi f u 1 1' L- no. in X L- Y or k C f c n n f ri r rl s t u n d s to c 3 rry Turn lo 1 rom NEW INQUIRY OVER j Italian or fat on Jan. 20, ores Italians of B r that Italy official that San Feb. IS. men who occupied that part of the U. S. dirigible Macou which first started to disintegrate were called before the naval Inquiry From Lt. Al D. and others who In the of the airship as she ped into sen the board sought to learn whether a weakness or weather conditions caused the destruction of the largest It was in the stern the referred t o tn tile sages lent the falling The nft of the ship had dered from The Maron never recovered and within 25 minutes she was sinking in the Pacific off Point carrying two of her crew of 83 to Lt. Com. second in told the board he thought tlie blow caused by felt a very heavy side gust on the starboard side and a that came from inside the a resident of Ho said the had come winds than that caused Ills option was challenged by Com. Herbert V. commanding of the who asked accident to the entanglement of the fabric of the ship In the rudders not have produced the same as of admitted It was Wiley offered no direct explanation or the canse of the He testified that in his opinion neither rain nor wind sent the Macon to her Admiral O. G. chairman of the asked him whether he riny facts pertaining to the structure of the her or circumstances of the flight might explain the have facts I have an Wiley M the committee would Fools Hollywood Claim Russia Guilty Of Harboring Groups After U. S. Overthrow Committee Also Cites Tons Nazi Propaganda Dumped in United States capital to ROADSIDE COURT IS ON WAY OUT Newest of Irene York girl turned screen is h on ny ing with her C. in the fornia mountains at Thn Flipped io San Bernardino for thn then the mountain all their friends THOMAS WILL CARRY FIGHT Davey About Face on tion Move Indicates Com- mission Battle Feb. nor explained today he i Feb. tion to protect the United from and ary was to con- greia a committee more than year In Us unanimous to the the headed by charged In fect that Soviet has violated lis pledge against harboring which the overthrow ol this It reported t hot tons ot Nazi have been smuggled Into this and complimented of German birth or for resisting eSorta bring them Into the Nail These recommendations Tor were 1. That all or public relations agents of foreign political or foreign commercial re- quired to register with secretary of 3. the secretary of be to shorten or end the In this country of a temporarily ad- mitted foreigner If he or engages In 3. That United treaties with other for of undesirable aliens to their native 4. It be made unlawful to advise sailors OF reserves to their laws or j. That United attorneys be empowered to prosecute who to testify before 8. That It be made unlawful advocate changes In a manner that incites to the overthrow force and of trie his to the cf the United or tion ol the prison nnd Warden P. E. Mr. to we discussed this question nf exemption end hr: very n u es tc d It s h on i ri n o be stating he felt it to go Lo trial on its the The committee reported It had revived evidence which nta consul of Iles nn inquiry by ICY REVOKE PERMITS IF FOUND lean government to San with the freedom of our evidence has been to Uie state department and given that nn Inquiry will be committee In the 2-1-page the Investigators repeated some of testimony obtained In throughout the country and presented dealing Turn to Page Seven TO MODERNIZE COUNTY SYSTEM Guernsey Senator Haa it Clean Up Form County Government tor D. of Guernsey today had a In the that provide complete Ohio's system of The permits If to adopt nny one of forms of the trie elective executive plan appointive executive The is part of a program out the recommendations at the commission on county merit appointed by Governor tw frame legislation for putting county home rule amendment Into entirely Mr. of the plans county which It Ires will go Into effect In any adopted bj ot the But If the voters want a simpler and more system of they can get j Under the manager plan the of county would a manager who would name of deportments and be for the administration ty Under tlin elective both the county and did nrA to be in tn Akron O In. Ohio r cf in almost to The new is at f a be DENIES FALSE PLEA FOR RELIEF GOODS Earn Move nief the cii uf the i i United n n d Ca n n da HP d e tenses are not in Turn tress instituted in municipal i court Friday morn In Hush 43, Wanvick The dise under and Is signed by T. H. not ary hear EXTORTION NOTE LAID TO GORRELL for 5.t act. The house a busy day adopting bills re- numerous ones Frb the fw sees in HITLER AGREES TO DISCUSS AIR PACT n Rocs W. Junk and Perry Thomas i was my own thought it court ruled that when would to this a j and save the very limited time after by a matters calling for i the Justice can only bind him over in the state and In to R common picas court or j with The only exception to this had E j nnd signs an affidavit against another to f his on Admin Is tor Black in the allege d v i ol at 1 en d th a in vcs titrated -re Jury he can he tried by thn under the K h- n he r over common OT Guardsman Accidental 19yonr-oiri Tor t slaving of 23. j t e s r i y i y F v d c r a 1 J u d e F. cf R military and to si to From Making Big Haul i Feb. 15. he had O. Feb. 15. thousand liquor find the county would be holders In Ohio were notified by j directly by the and the today to remove any slot chines or gambling have on their Liquor Director Joseph H. he all slot violations the department will bfi grounds or revocation the former policy of the ment to liquor dealer and machine cases for thirty not longer be adhered holders must re- move slot machines as soon u the reach have found from hearings nn such that many municipal authorities have not objected to 11- sellers keeping slot machines and M a result many permit holders the many dealers never department hart sued any previous order regarding decided It to let The ruling nnt right of a holder to appeal from any revocation would appoint deportment The appointive executive for the appointment at the and head of the by the county la each plan the board of county Is elected by the and mny o' from nine according to the of the Under the five department would take over the work of about 14 separate offices and ORDERS SURVEY STATE HOSPITAL Girl In Fourth Year Of Sleeping Sickness Chicag i i iir ju j. J Li u tj i H C 1'J" nf listed at Alone in toe with her c. I 1 o c IMR A Tl thUt the and We nnd a Mrs. J LI L Jl U U 1U headquarters on police she mar. PS he t grounds au automatic rifle in of this unqualified toed by her anri he fled j A f 1 1 IvT i we WP no of j after her off a V A L IV U I 1 F W I 1VI Cl U i j came jammed and her mother's suburban Will Rogers Says A. 5-ilri of S. a in the said opened hr ner to dental Officer Admits plan says other of dirt away with and and a nnd the of in The hnl it's a marvelous 1 d to get through at of Some Trie cut once val court nf Ralph D. t and e doan expenses j to the snid snci do to a Held Office Enjoyed Boy the or man in Occupy All Offices Today whose hands the Program Before tne Mav Be Required to thai win run ror the Program Before Boy for one v. he U u CUM t. Yield Pension Claims time he t con- Legislature Next Week j to the city's fronted any major Q r v he waited In that if veterans of minuted nf the like Mr. for be in c. i; P. to turn was The though they have changes to the rest of j to the Jnj a. coma that i is to read simple printed 1 placed before her can eat replacing liquids of previous nnd to prevent i of unused Little makeR up the dally tine of the as the years slip by and her April 1. nor Davey today requested Mrs Mar. director of to a survey of working cf attendants at the In a telegram to vey commended his I to put institutional on an eight-hour that they average 90 Governor Davey informed Mrs. heve the IT of the adjutant general's de- to conduct the Colonel Cilson of the tant general's recently finished a survey or Ohio He recommended a tion of the system and an Arier receiving Davey said he ask ft legislative appropriation to put all Institutional employes on nn hour The hospital tn said the day hours Tver 16 hours on a off cacti and every third Sunday off. They get one vacation A 12-hnur day is In force at other Cleveland Man Is Named Special Deputy loan division i st 10 hut vrc n' is a member of Boy William have all of them hi the at a first Robert second next he i lo He is a. pupil in the Harold made the 1 1 it that of hieh Ralph police n that sec Seated in com- healthy leaders nian to a chair at hail the street the about May i to be Paul ne Young Ticket Agent Attempts Suicide o. Feb. 15 Waiter 23. Egent the Marietta bus shot and wounded In the stomach a revolver lav night and Is in a critical condition in Memorial here No reason for the act could be although he is to have threatened to his hfe He is married snd has one two terms In at thp time was wiil have charge of City of Wagner Mlci o deputy succeeds Lewis F. C h nm an 0 n fl w i 1 in k f c h n Me IE a o i o g a c c r. t y p r oe ec m o r Colder Cloudy and colder preceded light rain in extreme east and rain changing to snow in north portion Saturday nnd
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