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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1939, Zanesville, Ohio the News THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Tells the Truth LX No 192 ZANESVILLE O FRIDAY EVENING NOV 10 1939 TWO CENTS UTCH FEAR GERMAN ATTACK Uncle Sam Watches Over Chest Drive Drive Opens Campaign for Will Start Tonight huge figure of Uncle Sam wielding a pointer dominates the Chest score board which was erected yesterday on the house esplanade The board shown above will chart the ess of the drive The Chest campaign designed to raise will get under way tonight Wreckage of Munich Hall After Blast Intended for Hitler less Seamen d to FDR HI Amid cad predictions that would disapprove of eight American it ships to Panamanian maritime leaders sought today for seamen thrown work by shipping the neutrality law was acting as um- an argument over United States Lines to put its ships un- flag and thus con- s European service The e commission had granted 1 but Secretary Hull and congressmen criticized the and it was held up Vashington Post said that i there were forecasts Mr It would not sanction under a at this time a to some other registry c permitted later States interest in ng the neutrality of of the need for canal is a factor the Post ir Idle sailors was the sub- a presidential meeting ie White House announced e held with Joseph Curran t of the National Maritime Joseph P Ray thc International n's association and Dushane chairman of Kuhn's Private Life Studied NEW ment indicated today it would delve into the private life of Kuhn German American Bund leader including his keenly interest in a Mrs ence Camp in an attempt to show criminal intent in Kuhn's alleged embezzlement of in Bund funds Prosecutor Herman J McCarthy in his opening address at Kuhn's trial on larceny and forgery charges described the hefty Bund fuehrer as a ful leader with complete control of the Bund's affairs McCarthy said the Bund itself was a strong organization with a number of affiliations including the German-American Settlement league which early in 1933 Camp Siegfried at Yaphank Long Island under the leadership of Ernest Mueller The prosecutor said the Bund was formed in March 1936 at a convention in Buffalo N Y as the successor to an organization known as The Friends of New Germany Peter L F Sabbatino Kuhn's chief counsel objected vigorously to the reference to The Friends of New Germany but he was overruled Judge James Wallace re- Columbus Man To Speak at Kickoff Dinner The 1940 Community Chest will be launched at a off dinner at 6 o'clock this evening in the Fund officials completed last minute preparations today for the inauguration of the which is designed to raise E M Tharp of Columbus ly known Columbus Community Fund leader will be the principal speaker at the dinner which is ex- to attract 500 persons in- 329 team leaders and ers It was pointed out today that program will be brief in order to avoid conflict with the Rotary Institute of International Understanding to be held at o'clock in Central Presbyterian church The Chest program will open with the singing of America and the invocation by Rev S R tin pastor of the Coburn Methodist church Harold Deis commercial er of the Ohio Bell Telephone com- pany here will serve as song er and will introduce Mrs Kenneth Quinby well known local pianist who has written two new songs for use during the campaign These songs have been set to the tunes of Heigho It's Off To Work We Go and Your Old Grey Bonnet Music during evening will be provided by the Azel Osborne tno Frank M Reed president of the Fund will introduce Tom Price general chairman of the campaign who will then present the bers of the board of trustees of the Fund association Roy Wilson auditor of the Com- munity Fund will be introduced and will give final instructions to the workers Harold Tom and O B Littick co-chairmen of the gram committee for the drive will then be presented and Tom will introduce the principal speaker The first report luncheon will be held Monday at the Y M C A and pledges made during the week-end will be tabulated on the large Scoreboard erected on the house esplanade Just ten minutes after Adolf Hitler left the beer hall in Munich following an address to his followers in celebration of the an- of the 1923 Putsch a bomb exploded wrecking the Nazi shrine killing 7 injuring 60 The above from Berlin shows ceiling of the hall torn from its pillars with soldiers police and storm troopers swarming about the wreckage It was beneath this ing that the seven were crushed to death and 60 injured Missile Shatters Window in Shop Of Hitler's Personal Photographer BERLIN A large plate overruled the defense ver and at one point he said arers International union All three unions operate asl coast i has contended that the y act which forbids en- if American ships into the c would cost the jobs of 10.000 sonmen His union i demanding severance pay A jobs for them i has that his ould picket the ion if the transfer of the States ships roved Ryan on th other n favored the transfer I wish you would sit down Four Face Prison in Case Parley Ends in Failure Failure of the Finnish delegation in cow to reach an agreement with Soviet Russia was announced by a Finnish foreign office spokesman today glass window in the store of rich Hoffman personal grapher to Adolf Hitler smashed today by a missile aimed at a huge picture of the fuehrer Hoffman returned yesterday from Munich where he attended the celebration of the 1923 Putsch anniversary and narrowly escaped through debris nine feet deep searching for telltale fingerprints and metal scraps in the wrecked Nazi shrine and held an closed number of persons at least on suspicion Authorities were convinced that experts set the time bomb ed for Hitler Monsignor Cesare pal in Berlin visited the He's Leaving on Holiday OMAHA NEB Bus Driver Roy B Golden of ha who estimates he has travelled approximately miles since he began driving 18 yean ago h leaving Saturday with his wife on an eight-day tour of Chicago Indianapolis St Louis and Kansas City They're going by bus being caught in the blast which fuehrer meanwhile to express wrecked the historic VTT cellar Police dug piece by piece Students Told America led blindly into the World war by propaganda learned a costly lesson and will not be gullible enough to repeat its take and enter the present Euro- pean conflict according to Dr J J Mcllvaine pastor of the Central Presbyterian church of New tle Pa who spoke today at ap general assembly of students who asked why did college fuehrer speak so Dr Mcllvaine brother-in-law of spoke for 53 minutes the felicitations of Pope Pius XII on his escape Officials canvassed the whole nation for Information that might lead to the assassins who set off the explosion in which six men and a women were killed and 63 other persons injured Nazi suspicions turned toward the British secret service and Jews but searchers hunted at home and abroad for clues that might fix the blame for the blast which missed the fuehrer by only 11 utes Wednesday night Germans who heard a broadcast of the fuehrer's address at the beer hall celebration of the 1923 Nazi putsch were asked to report radio listeners who might have commented nothing the He Dr Robert N Montgomery dent of Muskingum spoke in con- with the dual anniversary of the inauguration of the late Dr J Knox Montgomery and Dr In addition to a reward of 000 marks offered earlier for aid in tracking down perpetrators Heinrich ler chief of all Nazi police in the Moscow negotiations the spokesman said ing of the inner cabinet which con- the report sent by the nish delegation last night after it had met for an hour and a j ter at the Kremlin with Josef Stalin and Soviet Commissar M Foreign Minister J E and members of the government were the latest reports from J J Robert N Montgomery as heads ed 300.000 marks to lone abroad who supplied I Hitler's only comment when he of the college Montomery here no reason United States to become involved in the present war he explained pointing out however that ca needs an adequate defense to ward off invasion by foreign muss der mensch haben I To many Nazis it was the broke up the annual celebration ior UH Qf cr K Paasikivi head of the Finnish he went on delegation to the Kremlin to de- cide whether the Finns would re- main in Moscow for further Officials indicated that the state of negotiations between the erica needs more than armed de- fense It fense love These attributes Dr needs a mental on faith hope and some of the highest ranking Nazis had left unharmed Britain Places First War Order in U.S INS Brit- de- ain's first mass order for ld machine tools has been placed In the United States the director Dresden is First To Celebrate Patriotic organizations in tually all southeastern Ohio towns today made last minute tions for the observance of tice Day tomorrow The program in Zanesville hunting Monroe County Hunter is Shot Special to The Signal victim o the rabbit hunting season in roe county Harry Taylor 20 is in a serious condition here today from shotgun wounds sustained France Plans To Aid Holland If Necessary THE HAGUE UP Netherlands intensified its rations to defend itself today hough official quarters continued o deny that there has been any specific threat to its neutrality All army furloughs were celled effective tonight A United Press staff dent toured the zone close to the German frontier and found great activity in progress to complete defenses there Armies ot men were busy on them Ten thousand additional troops have been moved to the frontier in the last three days United States and British con- suls quietly urged their nationals I PARIS INS ity that France may go to the aid of Holland If necessary by way of Belgium came to the front today as Premier Edouard Daladier's cabinet met for two and half hours day near Jericho Taylor was shot when a hunting companion's gun was accidentally discharged He is the son of Mr and Mrs Everett Taylor of North Main The youth was taken to the of- fice of a Woodsfield physician A number of pellets struck him in the face chest and throat and one lodged near his heart The blast also knocked out two teeth Throughout Ohio yesterday there were reports of numerous to leave the country unless have urgent reasons for ing No formal orders were sued by the consuls to the Americans and Britons in the country Two airplanes of the Royal Netherlands Line scheduled leave this morning on regular flights to London still waited at Amsterdam at 1 p m because British approval for the flights had not been given A shooting yesterday at the frontier near Venlo contributed to the feeling of uncertainty as to what 5 developments might be forthcoming An official communique Issued early today after a midnight et meeting said that only civilians were involved in the -in which one Hollander was killed and his body dragged into include a street parade a ial service on the court house the high accidents Although fatalities occurred three hunters died apparently from heart trouble induced by soli London heard a report that armed German officials and toms officers had been involved lin the incident and had crossed onto Dutch The Netherlands in general pre- sent an attitude of calm The view of officials was that the country faces no imminent or specific peril B but that school football game and an Th Elmer E Jones on American Legion dance Dresden jumped the gun and is holding its Armistice program day Earl Brannon editor of The Sunday spoke at a rally there this morning and Mrs Lee Moore of Zanesville the American Legion and Col Dockray of ark will speak at the annual beque dinner at o'clock this evening at the Dresden high school The celebration at Crooksville will begin at o'clock day morning and will be lighted by a memorial program and the Bellevue Henry Ohlinger of and seph D Ingler of Massillon Dr S F Whisler 48 Hancock health commissioner a shattered left hand when his gun discharged yesterday as he climbed a fence near Findlay Another Kindlay man Ralph Zeller 30 lost a thumb and two fingers when his gun discharged accidentally Others injured Edwin Wolfe of Cleveland John Hill of Middlefield Fuller Merritt of Washington Court House and ior MeUger of New Philadelphia m HCCli MIC f firing of a salute by aj Dale 29 of Lima lost snock troops such as began of Legionnaires use of his left hand when his on Poland and squadron of Legionnaires Another the use feature of the program will be the shotgun discharged as he handed Lexington it from a truck to a hunting set for Saturday He was taken to a precautions were being taken as normal safety ures Alarming rumors of Holland's peril from a planned German in- vasion are rife here and out Europe Holland is trying to scotch them Dutch newspapers were even forbidden to publish the details of the border incident It was learned at Venlo that the shooting followed a political ment between two parties in mobiles and that frontier guards had intervened but no were involved In addition to dead Dutchman several other injured persons dragged across the German border Dutch sources admitted that German troops were concentrated i near the but denied f ment to bring lasting peace to the cral of munitions production an- sians and Finns were worse I world today than at any time since the Soviets The program was today soj He stated that first made demands for not to conflict the aircraft in ball game ton hospital At New Concord a street ade will be held at o'clock and will be followed by a ial program in the high school building with Attorney Clarence J Crossland of as the principal speaker In the after- noon members of the New Concord American Legion and their lies and guests will attend the Muskingum Heidelberg football game at McConagha stadium observance will i include a parade at o'clock in the morning The parade will move to Malta where high school students will Join the line of march and will return to Britain would where an address will be large numbers given by Attorney G C Spread the Gospel With Balloons INDIANAPOLIS The Happy Hour day claA of Methodist church to do something in keeping with its the ppl The 40 members gathered in the president's front yard with gas-filled toy rubber balloons Each wrote and signed a paper her favorite verse of scripture and tied it to a loon At a all set their free denounces of Force Johnson 36 a farmer Brand 32 a WPA worker and Mrs Delia 31 o CITY last nicht Mrs Annie said today that world j Johnson Brand had id never could unmoved by the J Foy German Soldier and Diplomat Sees Defeat for People of Reich if Hitler Wins of their of the worship of J n he lo the said ize precarious a morality rely human the authority of She for thC hole I 1 and collective 5 and to ar but on the with Mort cl do in the bank hy law the TO I of nrt Brand hnd thai it by highway fron h Awl who Director The law requires a of W days All ind agreed I of By JOHN H A victory for Adolf in Europe's would mean for German people in the opinion of Dr K rr former German who will be at the final of t be hew venire at A be the crow nine a and ir- blow to Jind Jhc of the common Mid the man in an today at of in from Ji warned however that there another trealy or a in war of forces the This he out only re- sult in the of many and a of the The Hitler in the Diplomatic because of his with the and Socialism lone It he A le to say how will he K a of air or of the German at and Dr Mejer said that of Hiller and as many more him The problem of internal b until the lo th world a definition of war In my opinion if the allies that be no Versailles treaty the will turn their backs on Dr Meyer who with the Imperial arny throughout last World will the n o'clock Fied Johnson will preside as man Earlier today the man foe of be- fore Lash high school throughout the southeastern Ohio district will be closed Saturday in observance of the holiday Duchess Calls It Pity Hitler Not Blown Up N of nf the Quern Elizabeth of Belgium vud today it erf at pity Hitler not up in the herr hall of nich Arriving on the American liner predicted lhat in Germany enrt the European war a great Hitler was not Mown It wonld wonderful thing for the rmW adding be other times 31 r II Cloudy Cloudy Rain M Cloudy In Cloudy the attack on Poland and points out that even during the war there were near Holland because pelle and Cologne which are near the border are important railway stations for transferring troops in all directions Among the reports branded as false That shipping on the River Maas and the Merwede canal had been halted That former Kaiser Wilhelm had evacuated Doom On the other hand there was widespread indignation in Dutch shipping circles over German newspaper complaints that land had submitted to the Brit- ish blockade Shippers said that they had protested strongly against some of the blockade ods several as had Belgium land that Germany's blockade in the Baltic no different from main's United Press correspondent re- today from that the Eem district destined inundation in case of danger no flooding beyond that small area a month ago all preparations had been made for a inundation on I short notice 1 Many farms in that north district had been evacuated and livestock moved away Great Paul Cloudy T 11 Cloudy 32 the i N c j K nl 8 a td jt trouch oJ to Texas military activity was apparent Five Die in Wyoming Coal Mine Cave-in j RAWLINS wYO An investigation into a rort the lives of five men in a coal mine near Sulphur 29 miks of Hawkins The were buned be- neath tons of debris when a tion of th roof of the mine shaft and Ux 4 OIKS j William J 71 id of the General Co after an the to rain and wife stood but a while Mrs Lee St of the mine feet away talking lo her band who was one of the victims KILLED BY VAN rote in 170 was fatally n i ff I
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