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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio ZANESVILLE THRKE CENTS VOL. No. 23 FINAL WEDNESDAY MAY 29, 1935 FINAL BLUE EAGLE SPIRIT STILL LIVES IN BUSINESS Deadline Approaches For MAY REPLACE Return of Kidnaped Child Riot Flames at Canton Steel Plant Members Household Embark On Strange Ransom Must Be Paid Tonight Distraught Mother Mav grew tei M the citi activity around the J P Weyerhaeuser hon e at indicating the family would pay 1200000 ransom thr return of 9 year-old George before the deadline tonight Retiring the nold from which the c lumber was snatched last Fr was ind by dawn John Philip father of the inr lad was nowhere to be seen and was w th J uncle of the missing boy and men aa probable con- WILL DEDICATE World War Veterans to Re- member Comrades At Quiet Ceremony In scenes of ng contract the slopes o' ind tho shrapnel torn of the Argonne vv il Me in a q i et man ner in keeping he of the occasion There Is no longer a thin 1 ne blue ng to the ic of Me a small handful o' Civil re main and of but few will be abie to attend the ces which will be held this vear n Memorial off rood At a 15 o clocK in the afternoon American Leg on Post 29 w 11 conduct ded 11 fo the ling of is I IP Honor table i upon the Fountain of Mtm r es at uhe entrance of The Honor Roll are four feet h gh and feet s x inches In width Each a. for 4M> and each muar wu be wnich 1 be added to tablets the mmes of who have died dun preceding months E e tuil will contain fie I o' 2 men who pd in e World war from PCA Fol ow s i i r -i f n -s dav oor by En ncn cr St Jn Episcopal chisel a i pin i to the C md of thi ic com- mander of f n crans of Fore gi reading of names of d riig the wa- marked c i IP of Memcr bj C Orr r irp renting C1 itoi c of Disabled American re marks Bex K nt odi Ion of speaker bv C J of thr comm in c nice rz 1 E son unveil ng of a n of Mem ories bv Bre z or the Leg en po t i 1 c vt Ir charee of Cap aln Kaplan ct en Rev D nuai Dur ng the pist al Hays the Leg TI his Hu chased and led tiblets along each Mde o' P h I ed foot al he Turn tn race ol man for negotiations with the and s man bo be the s horre list a id did return The r departure a. few hours after tha y a ter recalled that the BE d In the raison note win be notified where to go wl en tht t me comes Mrs grief mother of the boy left for an hour last m the comb mav gone to s suburban home Amcr lean lake to her three i rhe 13 Philip 10 and Elizabeth ri shed to the seclusion of her brothers home y after delivery of the This unprecedented on the eve of the set for payment of the ransom wai regarded as s If the GOO wis rot on t me was threatened to George by thf k d de scribed bv Dr Hurj R Hoff man Chicago psychiatrist as def inite y clal if trapped Indicative of the tenseness in this rumor f led Puget Sourd WHS a call that stnt the police riving squadron to Ru abandoned R mile south of We man s on early todav They had received a report one perhaps tie kidnap vict m WD pounding on the wn la in a effort to escape off cers forced their Into thf build ig fc lowed tho sound of thudding t to th where found a window barging in 1 e w nd It was Just ore of n g-t alarms increas as the fn payment of the ransom drew The deadline for of the Is 6 IS o cluck tonight of tne p to n tt the d ma id w 13 shDAn n re ply to tn tne p s of a SL itt e i e are ready Percy Minnie That brief ad the f gnal directed by Egoist in his kidnap let todav in the So FLU of cition between the pare ts and the tors wis i s from torch ptn a sheet la on o' a new tt L phone 11 tl e- A -ir ji bt CODE RULINGS BY AMENDMENT Constitutional Change Would Permit Labor Regulation SAYS REDFERN IS STILL LIVING Kton May 9 to pasa a ment endowing the federal ment with power to regulate labor conditions in of state lines was considered today i h gh hew Deal circles as of the supreme court decision ng This was studied as a range program with pointing to an effort to set up voluntary code structure to replace the wreckage of NRA temporally New Deal advisers were believed to looking to a pronouncement by to give a to the New Deal s course Though there were no that the president has made up his It si d that decisions to be made in the week would be by pubLc A new worry hovering in the for some weeks came to the fore to beset the administration as the United Mine Workers ed that the national bituminous coal strike the union is planning for June 17 would affect 45OOOO ers Negotiations for a new wage contract collapsed yesterday Ob- servers believed the White might step into the situation before the deadline With the New legislative gram still v halted the impact of the supreme court blow I Vor Nearly incoming dispatcher l rui many and Said to Be in Jungle Mav 2fl T i i b aLLOa na Red f ni a lit or v ho d tri u Kht jci s apo 1 ing as a i n the 1un2 e o' i Ga TV re eu lj bj I m T e if ra 3 i Ot n nn r t d he 1 ved for l ires unl ii KPc v n wh le on a L Jii wick Ga to Rao De o Ij j ci to James L P A L fc Ix c a V. c 1 t Lnr o fcr to cl i rr CJP i o ri e In in Iia 11 v k r f r n many industrial leaders were calling for s voluntary of NRA horns and fair trade practices Though there outbreak ol n some Hew Yolk and stores National of Mau of announced that 2CO of the nation largest had pledged themselves to ri kt no in mediate changes in hours v gen or working conditions Earlier Hi per president of the cham cf cot imerce of the United had expressed confidence j this be policy of bua ness the New Deal proposed AAA back m com- for overhauling some officials A moment the truck in the tcp photo out of the Berger Co p ant in Can en O bearing company police a strike riot broke out and quiet was a of per sens had b wounded Charges that the guards fire on the crowd denied bj comi iny who rl tie special police were armed with tear seized cne of t e used to trans- port nonunion n to the steel plant soaked It ana tet it ablaze shoui THREATEN SPREAD REPUBLIC STRIKE Canton O strike at the The Berger Mm n h hir i that the si preme m nf ou ts aH tucle as expressed in Turn to 1'ime Two le V ii a d n crl ril da e 11 File Appeal To Free i Reporter From Jail New 2" Uc Martin Moo r trr who be- gan a 30 Jul se for contempt of cor purred to him vv th 11 ij peal viJi aid scr to Jill ig to d vulge names of tra he not slv ii articles about tje T s Jol n F ruled bv n c a of asa nst Mooi ej s L thn r P Justified Ii stai n bv law IP ex- emption a ph s 11 in re- lation to a and i to a UP TO LAMS Miy lert Alva of tne p uri bj 1 rl ib said todav t in f K iw M ba that e h cl 01 mar win was h me in tip ght in his d v. Mi tor join on the BU T-i n vv 11 be t e In- d ins who met w Kam n sa d Kn 1 Jol r or would meet s one- at 1 5 Ch home The c i b vi cl he whether he d 1 to rev ew prd tne piled Bradli v Mil IP t F I e s. r or ca e he should We h i k To sa d lip w r-r ho heard Kamm s cle pf t p That a whit tiie i cci vild It Isn t i o' wl c c I am to iny i. t I tx eve that when a is i- volved on the one E de i man who has hid o' his cmp overs anJ a star 1 ke Kamm on the other in should dec do wl o Is in the was asked what acton he would take n thiu Jo rson woi g There 15 do he h PCI 1 P I 1 1 Of In a ol -i e d n j rp uin Amer cm oen 1'lpr1 h R dfci i a cl the r rc mr of thL vi it 1 f tten pled n o IV1 J TP IRELAND DIES SUDDENLY o May 29 4 W A Bil j I L i id Ken al cartoon fol t in Cn Dispatch d hlB He which were mg him RL or e 1 tl 1 led n d he c PP r of Pr I ll v 1 ci 1 t c i n ic PI e ii i s R 1 t id r l cl c t I 1 err I rn s i s the h m i he Dl o- n t wv ere F ch ill THl of c1 O ed i t l C p L a P rr n n The 1111 c ca vol i to 1 cl i p v b- cu of the J i tie Li 1 ed St 1 1 0- PS the td LT thn Land Kamm s r 5ht and cv D C he submit an the ap division Will Rogers Sayi Hollywood Cil Ma 21 iv old Iti to ser thit old led B it wouldn t to be hr x a nis v hive person rot f what ppt them to the re ait If its po 01 to IP i thn f ICTI aire wo 1 mke supreme coi rt a i e and nof an Jt rv 10URS ore thiis I coulo qnd would iv to Johnson and h re 3. new He he d be eo er by the Land Is Relief Rolls Reduced By Private Industry Columb u O M TT ch the o' COO from o s roll April wss pro v ded bv C r fc il mir rnl ef or for thn Of 1" 472 rel ef c PS i c1 8 4 T or 4Q ct nt re 1 ment n p v Ird rr Names of 1 1 s s were able milce i live 11 time jobs T rf f were spcl 01 t ties from Clirk Cuv ci i Himilton I c ri counties I M cl During Maxell 3" per cent o' hose removed firm relief Us s Ic Tlic d t ic i pf i recc ng v ci Id have f CPR great v d i l f 13 ne v ci c. 1 i I i u. r e i or i Colossal Opening For California Exposition Srin D CSP Cii Jp Pic p p oia 01 was gl en i c LS il opp w h r 1 c ird i i Hoi p em The exp s 01 wh ch r-i ith HH ii I d As the jan tor of a full page in the Sunday Dispatch Irelard ga e fu 1 piny to h 3 He the page with a shamrock and drew a ol his own sto white-haired f gure the Janitor of thr UK The Pacing Show His Hi tours to parts of the nation were Ii 1 in the page Born in Ch he often brought from that cl v into his drawings he give en of his love erf thr out ef Tho of h s death shock ed He had been In usual earlj in the week Jok and fishing h It ids City ard state officials 1 t death was him I-j Major Henry B James J Hartley and L AA fat athletic of Ohio S unl others wts a member of the To T here the c club and the He was a r and a He mem o' Sr Pauls Episcopal church Tt f widow Mrs aid two daughters Ruth Compromise Verdict In DouWe Slaying May o elm Cal e i was uro w I j c lio o' Its u B boa 1 actu 1 ing Funds T IP g F 01 A- A irn Prcs in cc 1 t ve t 11 pd pa s ox p rr 1 ar 11 hit c jlf cl New ork Ste unc Jew f uid degree man rr for the killing of his 17 whom he fourd n a JosepH o' t J loo a Ca I 30C Tlie VP cMct was bol evd to be a The hnd not to a f degree m nor hsd i. p ir killing rrc d nga the voung st at of he who reco e s j cd to p de ed n hpi rs In tie i t nr t and slugs th dte i d t spread thro l of Rep I S eel s Oh o ai to da Three persons torn hv gis p c- ed n Ida It i vs burned ft b h cf a gis Ii list n kh 1 not ier cr tl p ex iea the plan The fi e t eat d at a h piti A or more o per i were effected bv The gas were n wh cl cii e ou of tht Bn Ef th n gh the i IP Ire u dpr a o b f f Ti Iv 01 the f o tn Li 1 ed i r S 1 A and o h i p shot ci iv t id a c 01 j pt is injured Lr tha a 4 c wor ers i v idle ns a result of the strike at a Ic a 1 i P c iv ui ion en pk PS f thD t n ted Alloy d v sin rf pu i walked Jit i. id vere of thp e s of the i furnace south ol Cai on L n f tin i so c i ed i cf 1 500 e o' P Ro ling M 11 rii s j i J For hite Jobs p o ed cr 1 and clerical put to nh ng tix rc a d 1 HP lie ing vn cl be t vpn con a i- states rp lef pub c tod Formal rr f OP V L' wr Y lions anno 1 ip il n' thp PIP coui 1 Wli le fil more oil poi r ed m fro i c. ITL i Kht to me t ic i er POWERFUL BLAST WRECKS BUILDING NeJi 29 p1 o- and c-r t more t i on of ui ct et n ind c gl den ol shed a t ir p rr ck 1 i d ng on Major Industries Standing By Present Work Standards Despite Rulings Of Court Canvass Shows Blue Eagle's Spirit Still Fluttering in Industrial Centers Chicago Msv 01 wage g or am thousands American employes to eral charges n day received reassuring answer of to tho question In their minds mill our hours be disturbed the supreme courts NRA From the country s far flung in- front which Into this crossroads of the nation indicated numerous large in- mere bv their ent standards of hours and wages despite the high court ruling legally the Blue Eagle was a-i dead as the dodo bird Concurrent with these assurances warnings from industrial ers that hasty price cutting might lead to a demoralization of business oe that such a danger existed came from New where dealers slashed prices of popular brands of cigarettes by about two cents a price cutt ng also was seen in the toilet goods liquor end book fields The report that the Blue Eagle t spirit la still fluttering came from widely separated Industrial They included statements to this ef scne came ttf tl f o' tiro large oil com- panics i of wage inc made or ted I Oil company Droved a Increase oC e June 1 while the O c of New d a -n lar increase bait been pr 1 to operating DOCTOR HAS BIRTHDAY Dr. Dafoe of Children Left Out of Picture the William Jr Co g Miv A an R w as smothered under a o' all u T ca todav its he 1 s 5-cnrt h r manufacturers John McKinley prei I d a LPr In Diorne td first lo Ol i D onne Ident of the Marshall Field A. Co of Blue Print and the Chn s ler Motor Car the et sent gr e igs coi vv rei to tip qii but most rf the that t jed to po ir n were directed Dr Difa who de vered the Retell Mer of San many others From Clara B Mapes of the neutal Oil Gai association the opinion that he Imagined tl e entire code set up wl 1 hold together awaiting further eg tuple 3 -e thr of May 20, for the tima being industrial and business lead members of the era were to Roosevelt and that the NRA standards of fent hours and wages would be ons The included Former erf movements were sti r i d in va Oo E Smi h o' New rious tn retries Ickes nnd of the Blue Eagle They ths c Byrna of cluded the introduction of a tion 111 the Massachusetts legislature of more and calling upon President Roosevelt Th messenger boys who a movement begun in t m. made i parade to the hotel t 1 1 t V it T ar tl i the f 11- A Aeit u Id ni V on f r A t i tl I rS it id 11 ad che r ch and rn huge 1 n if n the b l i h located 8t reot a-d n h from l n Ire c qui s to tne d c1 Tmb i n i b d rk it ea t i hu ed i rt Convict Train Wrecker On Murder Charge C 1 r s O 29 f A 1 re i ei e n j penitent today or V T in na 28 con 1 rst dtg PP murder m t ne w r i s of Us kind In the T n on conv Ln Pd 3c a rn the oily wit 1 would 5eek a Tl cf r mn on pleas court 1 o c as n ji ry and s c. i L n c. P recommended T nl soi had been with t e dp i 0' ore of three men who were In fie wreck c' a Penn tnln in suburban I lis Cec 2fl His i H a b e r I c a 1 term i i C T n rn a similar CP i let r Brockman 3C in cl c d rnd L tAi Ing tr al degree n T n ison rs ed i i h s own be- state two Venn ago bv m n mum wages and rc d mif ters woi Id be established by law In- stead of corien On other tide jf the Retail O l of northern the pres dent rg a 1 ig vo untm compliance with the NRA s cigo beard o' t ade IL where Dr ft guest at bv i had no LI TPS calling them to the homes picl in i t i piren s D hid no pert In LP cl for the thf of f ire D d Po 1 camr ue referred to were tue 1 c Ith CK miki o' t wou cl con nup to uniform and i of Armour trs reported were awa t ng out no immediate change n wages or WP Icing Thj con- ce n pmp ovs 60 persons out thr world 4O COO ot A in thr United F H vice o' thr Nat ona Tra and of t le food at d grocery cha n America warned against what hi termed i 1 considered act on The announcement of the reaching decision of the court he said m ght lead o 1- action that would cierro business Hasty charges -i prices or of might affect aid marine conditions Chain store operators maintaining a far s point of and proceed ng wl n dpi ben tion will ad bus ne i -nd publ P Lund o' Et man cf the boird o' s o' National of Mir Tic sa cl he d not be leve trv turn dps to and J A V tlm and Dr. of the board of Jo ned m In fe no voice In fr m the thf tl e don t an honor to In ted strangers to visit our d in cue of h 5 forma The has expressed T f as int oub to mol fv the who want their titles for trir the steadily more ot the were but h- pointed out ri willful Dr sp mon ee said h mil ir e wa that their ed f veirs did not meari thit all d was passed Charges Importation of Text Books from Russia 29 UP Rep J in W M. v D Mass m n i p house i t ibs to o fi p t t e orde TPr f nil o i to n' Ib O o' dc i hv 7 fc I r dince r il ed so e o' PI d ir the Till of lrn ird Mc rr i s ei f cc no 1 1 Signal Thursday h P 01 In Ir cbc i MM or 1 i cr v vii 11 T re r K r P T p n c i s i id 1 de v I Lo i lu I but Tht i IP i i r n o s t J n ill v rv nrt re Ic i Sir i to e ed hpi rs de- four and re 2 05 m l S when ver I diet was gl er tnd y 1 to the i r our He against a si opo t held erect bv a d eice w 11 on Ji ne 14 K was Indicated the him w h the murder of Cr will be dropped your he ev slid i upon forma v 1 i he Report Meeting Of Campaign Tonight n Salvation Army ve h IR v 1 U r r f n a at 6 o c evening In t o hi 1 w Train Goes Through Open 2 Death Ashland May 29 n men were killed a and Ohio freight tra -i weit an open twitch near here En George 61 o' Lex ington was from hLs cab his death a bcx c ir and Head Arthur Holder 4f of Kv wag to F E er 44 Lex Kv Jumped from the en cab and ur Agent H P Lare In test gated sad that A n had passed over the 12 45 o ciock g Thr 3 4O o In the d apparently cot a railroad i u id opened the switch sa d i ed like grudge mi ICP c tTr t n if ha be i c vOLr Tor c: idp U He d h iff di 1 n ml l g i f f thf but that e TCP hit ir hi i McCorn is id l L Nazi ard 1 is 2 0 i IP red ito fhis country p th s M OL n CK said ad a ir hid no di- of the in schools rg a u c judiciary I omi p tf i t 1! f o o of tip n cit bv fci r c- vlj c ico ri -J of i H u by tho c. house Mc LC v hi o al cf of education All t Fi sh Proposes For Extending IX RA Principle ct on t 11 1" I alx rl s-xl cml the t- In he 1 p co nx maj be J n en nn and it eid and tc 1 of Plant Bombed C P c O Mav The ex i cf i ked the p m of the Blue Plb on C is supported wl h cd Judge Pers V. 1 an Newton a ing And 14 Ooo SA d h belir -j l s lrn kd bv fcp re- o w II n o ion jour lor i mo tc jr n a ace opened i Tl o ic 1C) PS K -o p rl in Tht rr w 11 con n e v M thin w i the d e t n Cirl F general chi rmi irr snl p i g home nr s net ill con PP i n t IP ol v UK rc the lit Capt. Black Moved Into Strike Area Capt T R Blick former i gi m county relief cl w T- cd todav to report st Ph to net an ob in ri scr dcri growing f the at empt o ti p workers nt the b- CK plants Col Oi -on D L o' Toledo to tic New Philadelphia area General Kiml F Man issued the o- derm from hli Columbus office The officers ed to re- port Nrw Philadelphia Meanwhile t' is hs en i pla i tu keep 11 Mav ig the c wia proposed i a 1 pep Tames A T D C onn tl ad i rov ns of the L i d i ri o ex eid the NRA r i tj es in i 1-1] it v is drawn to rc Ii e MM ni 1 bv the He 1 o b nR the Ml n of e hoi s ind n rr a w i ccl Lu d get behind It or c n sci ind Cooler h po tlin i
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