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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio Always First The Times Recorder Always Fair VOL XLVI NO 188 ill SSSSS Score Lose 11 Gain Seats in House Population Growth Always Increase Major Fractions Rule Has Worked Some Seeming Inconsistencies WASHINGTON Aug Sub- mission of the new apportionment figures to the house will find almost half of Its membership representing states that are due to lose tation under the new allocation teats The 20 states that will lose scats 191 of the 534 ot the house as at present constituted The -7 seats from the losing states will be transferred to 11 winning states When the December session of con- convenes Secretary Lamont will a statement showing the of the states and the cji each gtate ls No Political Worries Harass Hoover Here ZANESVILLE OHIO THURSDAY AUGUST 7 1930 Rains Break Hot Spell 88 Is High Mark o Struck by Lightning Will Recover Southeastern Ohio Cools Off With Rest of State on Wednesday No Local Deaths But Two in Ohio as Result of Severe Weather August 6 will go down In history as witnessing rains that broke the great LIMA O Aug I Simpson 45 of near rowly escaped death early today when he was struck by lightning He was unconscious for two hours but tors held hope for his Simpson was truck as he wag ine alone a road with his son old 19 The son dragged his scious father two miles to his home The son was unhurt Total Deficiency Of Rainfall in Ohio 6.7 Inches Precipitation in Muskingum warmer and Friday Production Credit Plan Is Suggested as Possible Way Of Aiding in Drought Zones Tree Sitter Killed by Fall At Hour ASHLAND Ky Aug endurance contest In tragedy today when Nelson last remaining youthful con- testant fell 40 feet from his lofty perch and was killed The boy's neck No wonder President and Mrs Hoover spend Va away from the wearisome cares of office For who was careful in president and first lady are shown at the left adm of commerce to let them of which Is shown at the left Note the rustic the house would be the White House babbling brook and shady of the falls of the river a gen the retreat a far cry from the busy ac how Is Real Arrives for Marriage Finds Girl in Jail passing en apportionment of character It desires I inconsistencies Much discussion will be heard on Soldier Qualified for Post Farm Board Making Study of Problem Pre- sented Loss From Drought h Ex- to Reach Into Millions had been loft and had announced he was coming WASHINGTON Aug Possibility of cotton and livestock through Jl have completed 500 hours method maJor of which seeming in apparently are brought in the tentative on the basis ot preliminary figures Thw Include a whereby witl a B president's the war they looked election or solution of aii Gen MacArthur i sions No Surprise drought sending the mercury down to only 88 for the high mark of the ay at 4 p If other ins follow total losses of farm and arden crops may be avoided Corn prices went above and wheat almost edged back to Jl on edo grain exchange Wednesday 1 offers are 10 cents a bushel under Toledo market quotations Those who Investigated say the rain only penetrated the earth little more han an inch so dry has It been ng breezes helped but Old Sol Wednesday afternoon to con- hls hot work The heaviest rain occurred just before daybreak Wednesday Continued warm weather is the prediction but occasional showers may be experienced Suffering is but no deaths occurred day In Southeastern Ohio attributable to the heat TWO DEATHS IX OHIO By The Associated Press H Ohio cooled off noticeably a few days in Cincinnati suffering irom several days n of extremely hot weather He was waiting for his bring his lunch when he lost his County 8 to 10 Inches Below Normal Row ency interpretation of the agricultural marketing act drew the attention Over Patronage In South Renewed The northern third of the state had a deficiency of 4.61 inches from a normal rainfall of 13.22 the third had a deficiency of 7.57 1480 find the southern third a de- of 9.01 inches normal The greatest deficiency was southern Ohio where 1 Inches or the rainfall to normal started with the ower 10 t Payette coun ntv CINCINNATI Aug 27 intends to Investigators today as President er and cabinet surveyed relief measures for drought-stricken of the country Freeh reports of depleted feed even human plies indicated that drought damage continued unabated in almost all tions might run high into the lions of dollars A report on avenues open to farm board for getting production credit into the hands of the arwer was to be made public tomorrow ay Williams member representing Whether the board would me iv follow any of the line by the administration B M Williams said could not Postmaster General Brown determined until members on the eve the cd Washington for a conference v Legge now on a tour of the Pacific northwest was not at his office before August 20 To Feed Stock Williams was expected to discuss In Complaint Voiced on Eve of Selecting New Chairman a total of This WASHINGTON Aug of southern uprising against the hand f of to new chairman Pickaway counties Another on county line was In this leaders to select a the national committee problems place He came here today to Flora Slier but found the girl charge of peut larceny Bv LAWRENCE wed in jail on a But within one month after Test er saiet he planned to remain here declaration of war Major E cleared of the charge was restless to get to France You see all these generals In this he stamm said Miss stole B watch from him from a trace to more than an inch visited most sections of the commonwealth Whereas roost weather stations had sa e secretary of war during the Michigan a Baln w ld war predicted that some he would chief of staff of And you ore going to stay asked and occupy one of nor lose n the last made on the basis of the th be the United States army Says He Placed Bomb in Car to Kill Wife MacArthur to be the the American army er men recalled the remarkable made by MacArthur when he Civil was assigned to lowa on a a Quotient of un vh thp the next quotient which was major he was these important positions on Predicted His Rise Oh no was his reply the real Newspaper About Arrest of Suspect those who saw active service in the Men with the and It will be that way and would have been n j Washington of the the member if on between the army the press had not been limited to Job a 435 Quota HP had been weeks when the newspaper men that he was perhaps the in Civil the World war Woman Tex Aug D charged thp twenties and thirties in Amarillo attorney will have them the murder of his wife Mrs 1 J In a bomb June his guilt and said reported ranging from the upper to as high as 106 ing the past four or live days only Cincinnati with 06 and Toledo with 92 entertained heat above the eu mark yesterday according to reports to The Associated Press Even those marks were under the few previous days The northern and central portions which had some relief Wednesday I lowing rains of the night and ing were warned however to expect i warmer weather again tomorrow will some light rains possible Dayton and Cleveland both had maximum temperatures of 87 yes after light rains which brough thermometers down an average of 1 degrees Columbus was visited by 37 inch rainfall and Its high for th whose followers asserted their classification but It was surrounded at convention In particular the possibility of oy a belt which recorded from eight iast Issued the fng funds to fed livestock through to 10 Inches deficiency warning but denied he would attempt national feeder and finance Among county classifications a hearing at tomorrow's tlon a subsidiary of the National Huron east portion of Erie Lorain UnR of the party's national Livestock Marketing association Hancock west portion of Uve As the livestock Inter- southern portion of Marlon and Mann the leading ted the would loan money two-thirds of Qf tne would not stand association which to northern in the class deficiency of from four to L political Lurn would loan It to the feeder and paid at the time that the most Important incentive to the he would make a confession as soon as he hnd talked to a brother Sidney irm I invading the southland every four for distribution to Marion g rob her of the right to a onal organizations fit banK tx inches western part of Erie southwestern I representation at I credit hank portion of Wyandot and all of conventions hull county were classed conventions districts having postmaster General Brown federal money would used to TT deficiency of less than four inches the controversy by saying tne Franklin north section of Licking passed at the Savannah d Muskingum counties north of eight disgruntled men tion of Fayette central Clinton not make the slightest Clark and ence appointments counties and central Butler and Brown said he belonged to no ilton counties had a deficiency of committee except Insofar as from eight to ten Inches Knox Tuscarawas Jefferson concerned tral Clark lower Montgomery evils complained of ern Butler southeastern Allen have disappeared he ern Lucas southwestern reference to the patronage and southern Hamilton counties a genate committee showed a deficiency of from six to by senator Brookhart Republican nto to his own department board lunos mt capital stock of the re- groups which would ba o discount livestock credit process would if of credit day was 85 Dayton and Lima wit 1 52 and 1.51 Inches received moisture relief In Columbus and come from local financial in- with the the whole plan If finds authority for It to enable the farmer to put tered i the war each member when the United States en congressional quota A3 a result of the increase In i la the US of Europe 281.053 making the rep that state military man that promotions would come 07 Seniority of rank Have Foundation you are talking toi the he said to of the newspaper men ask what his policy Is going to be ence to seniority Will they make Irrespective of their major generals grade or That's the thing the Tex Aug evidence uncovered by two caused the riling of a murder charge today against A u Amarillo attorney whose wife was killed when the family bile was blown tn pieces hy an r i military men will want to know Meeting in Geneva population Month for Action was asked of fornal machine here June 37 Payne arrested last Thompson night after formerly his warm with more rain predicted for the district except for the Cincinnati where partly cloudy weather was scheduled Two deaths attributed directly or to the heat were reported today Miss Edith E Wise Canton school teacher died at Columbus from illness said to have been caused by the hent William died while swimming at Van Wert Governor Reed Of Kansas Republicans to nominate Executive lor 1930 is that of Indiana with That state would be entitled the seat had not tne been limited to 435 ing promotion sealed that lind signed B statement in- infatuation for her be the in selecting officers for house PARIS Aug foreign of- j he remarked why believed it had In nand hesitate n minute to make The midway between p material upon MAcArthur chief of wo is 280.762 which i -y M the future youth And I predict he S considered the quota for a o Europe the wll be some day of congress in the 1930 cen That number divided into the population of any state will show number of to fZi LiJ i Switzerland's was received to Briand's memorandum for the posed economic union J MacArthur had his n tne engineering corps j probably appealed state would be fraction method result In a ro- under the Should the -y i i A conference In Geneva next i His service n ihp thp i provide in France was with the Infantry He and was awarded the cross for than half of that n tional member is If tne re is loss It is Ask Probe of Detroit Crime Wave Announ steps in the development of the Idea read In the reply of distinguished roval of the foreign in He comes from a lister's nnd saw no of soldiers his i mental feature in the expression of General belief that the federation should not of war encroach upon the of popular In Ranks of Nations nor involve major lions nor involve Jor might any There but in rank but everyone DETROIT AUB killing of Terry Buckley together w entire crime problem ed destined for investigation bj a the Wayne court for the calling of such a jury was announced today by James E Chenot prosecuting attorney petition will be taken before S Moll presiding officer 01 inc tomorrow morning It jl till the motive for plotting his wife s death was held In the county all Stinnett Hn taken there as a precautionary measure When Payne had on his person penciled letters ready for mailing to the sheriff and purported to he from blowers who were confessing that they had the explosive In the Payne by mistake the night be- fore the explosion A D Payne Jr n who riding with his mother when the cnr blew was permanently maimed by the Thompson told officers Payne had made love to her nnd when she protested she could not encourage attentions because of his family told her he rould fix that She v jiMU before had gone on trips together i Evidence against Payne was ed bv A B MacDonald reporter lor I the Kansas City Star and Gene Howe man on the Four Men Held In Murder of Girl Alleged Actual Slayer and Accomplices Jailed MEDINA O Aug men were held In county Jail here tonight to await action of the grand jury on the of Miss Dollyl Kozlowski er of Akron whose body found In nn oats field near Wadsworth last Friday The four all of whom were ar- before Justice of the Peace W P Ainsworth here today are linm Evans Akron alleged confessed slayer who pleaded not guilty and held without bail on a first de- gree murder charge Sam Yakus who pleaded guilty to be- ing an as driver of the car in which the girl was taken to the Aug Unt sentiment bachelors have been The nominated by Kansas voters to con- surprise to test for the governorship In the No- anxious to southern Republican and -j or the Amarillo i d tn Cara will bo submitted to major who the Stnr to in the nnd Joe Carroll of Barberton i n Hi i ji hv j ff Geneva four-year term as chief of staff after Payne visited him who pleaded not guilty to charges ol Belief was expressed in official n the army It Is thorough effort and being accessory to w Sl the effort toj o the of the girl through the i HP I Id t i j I Still that the probably would u c communicated m advance to o the in the Geneva trie time army more projects with the explosion which will f tomary i The repon n Disable compare the someone who could be con- familiar with the large un- measure alone in- i Mrs state for the purpose of leading her Thompson hp said who i Agreement Makes Fast Continent One he so worded to cover misdemeanors that have me committed or are being commi tied the deepening of inland a larger than the Rum Runners Escape Set Fire to Boat of s the my committed or are Should the grand Jury be cal the s of Buckley July W wou d form recent pivotal point of However the jury would consideration at least ten killings thus far unsolved by the police Lindy and Anne Make Short Flight Curtiss landed ot the municipal at p m hours 50 minutes 43 and stopped five of ail lU w boat Estelle of New York blackened fire and her liquor cargo ruined beached at Gardiner s seconds times to refuel his plane was no transcontinental American army Is No Danger of Deficit State Auditor Says bay as efforts were made to Turner made on a one- establish her ownership The craft was run ashore and set afire by her crew last night after it had failed to a Coast Guard patrol boat in a two hour race Because of the fire which wrecked the vessel before the flames could be ex- Commander L T Chalker of staff of the destroyer force today said the value of the liquor laboard her could not be estima ed Kun fire was resorted to by boat after a Into an immoral life Bond for the latter two was set at each Evans alleged confession had taken the girl from a house at Mansfield which officials said Is con- ducted by Cara nnd told her he would kill her If she ever returned He committed the murder after learning of her plans to return It added King George's Yacht Wins Man Is Drowned COWES ISLE OF WIGHT Aug 6 George on board tne royal yacht Britannia today scored n decisive victory over his fleetest rivals but lost the zest of ing the sinking of one of his com- and the drowning of a ard election Tn a surprisingly clear-cut victory Frank Chief Haucke yesterday won the Republican nomination from ernor Clyde M Reed cian who was seeking for a second term Harry H was named the Democratic ard bearer over Noah L Bowman also Kansas party leader for several de- cades Refusal of the Republican ate to Governor Heed and the overwhelming nomination of ator Henry J Allen were the high of the primary Election of cither Haucke or ring would place a young unmarried man In the governor's mansion here a distinctly unusual situation In sas history Both of the ial candidates are former commanders of the state American Legion a farmer Is 36 yews old a hanker Is 41 In of the state's 2668 precincts Haucke had a total vote of Reed Tne Republican race In 2430 precincts gave len 112.525 a far greater total than either of his three opponents As a result of the primary vote three former governors and an ney will contest for the state's two senate scats For the regular of Chairman to the long de- ferred business of organizing for the congressional elections The first step In this direction will be taken at the executive committee meeting tomorrow with the receipt of resignation and the appointment of Senator Fess of Ohio T provisional chairman of the committee Fess It Is said no will serve until a meeting of the Uon committee in the fall when he or possibly another will be made manent chairman Ordered to Ceate Fake Advertising ill Lilt er and finance corporation to for the feeder who r1 money for the puj livestock By making credit for him It was hoped into tne livestock ing system Loans were to t- only for the purchase of and sheep hogs being considered a MSB risk The waJ to show that he had sufficient feed which together with the livestock to be accepted as collateral Production credit Is provided for the set-up of the American on co-operative association was expected to outline the of stimulating loans at interest to the cotton hose crop has been so damaged By ho drought he will have to seek aid n financing his 1931 crop Requests for Relief in the meantime requests for f an entirely different flood and year term Senator Arthur Capper Be- will be opposed by Jonathan vl Davis Democrat Both are ex- Neither had opposition in he primary taken to the air again The Colonel and Mrs made their first since the birth of Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr short flight and the colonel not venture beyond the neighborhood of the field of the liolas the t ten utes seconds SENTENCES COLUMBUS Aug Ohio penitentiary prisoners today re- commutations M sentences from Governor Cooper Henryv Bays Trumbull county re- in 1927 on n sentence of 5 to 30 years for burglary and reny and Lawrence Emery Franklin county received In 1920 on a tence of five to 20 years on forgery charges have commutations i at once Guy Bohanan Franklin county received last year on a ence of 5 to 20 years forgery has a commutation effective in February MORE WORK IN COLUMBUS O Aug P men will provided with employment in the next weeks by Columbus industrial A survey today revealed that the rora Motor company will reopen next ween i with about 850 employed and tn Car company will employment lor 625 men when I See by the Classified Ads There are a number of splendid used cars and trucks for sale If one is interested In ing i homr or real estate for In- will to look over the real estate ads There 15 n ln wle with equipment firm offers i m drills and grinders at local See those houses and apartments tnr rent today lending firms oner you 6 method of borrowing Someone nerds a for low coal ho in good condition and priced right There U Something Of interest to Everyone in The Classified the state's Auditor Governor Cooper today chief executive hod asked on the If no unusual The present regatta Is his majesty's first yachting adventure since his riotis illness and by winning the Bri chalked up its two hundredth The fatality occurred at the start of the event The cilla owned by J Lewis was hit fairly by A A big cutter the Lulworth and was smashed sol that she remained afloat lessl the rum was than three minutes The Lulworth The rum crew the survivors of the for tne after Crew and abandoned the race The craft nnd cutting her Britannia was nearby and King imp make her destruction by George and other members of the rin em- con- WASHINGTON Aug Arthur Murray school of dancing o New York has been ordered by the federal trade commission to that it had taught to former presidents of the United States senators governors and bers of European royal The school also has been S advertising that It had been bv the United States nava academy to Instruct the academy a teachers when such Is not the fact Lundgren Secretive as To World Flight HIT BATTED BALL SLES COLUMBUS O Aug Suit for 92.500 damages against the lumbus American association baseball club has been filed In common pleas court here Columbus by He Jacob E Sandusky alleges that he wat o struck In the face by a batted ball while a game May 30 and that he was Injured so that he not eat ROOSEVELT FIELD N T Aug his plans In an air considerable mystery ed be re No action was Monday when the be given a detailed report of drought damage by the department agriculture Secretary Hyde en s to Washington from a west was to confer With Mr immediately upon return officials throughout the areas affected by the how had failed the signalled to conditions arise in the general revenue fund July 31 anticipated that at no tS win the balance in the eral revenue fund fall below by the of the suit of the a re- coast guardsmen reached the Estelle the craft was a mass of lames The Weather tOT Thursday and possibly Friday slightly T f n south portion Thursday for local showers on SJ royal family were on her deck from which they witnessed the tragery as the royal yacht swept on m the lead with the Astra White and Westward coming behind The drowned man was William Saunders steward of the Lucilla AT OHIO PENITENTIARY COLUMBUS O Aug A tal of prisoners were ted to the Ohio state penitentiary be- tween July 1 1929 and June 30 1930 The department report shows that of this number 1218 were and that 1525 were first of- fenders Cuyahoga county headed the list with 303 prisoners Hamilton was 168 and Franklin third Denies Buying Proxies For Steel Merger YOUNGSTOWN O Aug W 1 Morris financial president of the Sheet and Tube company denied flatly In common picas court today that he had bought proxies on 1400 shares of Sheet and Tube stock from Nathan Kaercher to be voted on the merger of the town company with Bethlehem steel Kaercher called as a witness for the plaintiffs In the hearing of the suit to enjoin the merger testified that Morris had paid him ft share in purchasing shares of stock with the understanding that a share was being paid for proxy privileges on Harbor Grace N F where the Holl wood aviator will see the John Henry recent entry f world girdling speed honors Th schedule calls for a hop to Berlin to begin On Saturday Carefully locking up his big motored monoplane at noon today when he arrived from the west gren went to New York for a series i of conferences about who was to be his co-pilot or radio or He was accompanied by Roger Q Williams Atlantic flier who was ored to be to go with Lundgren but Williams reiterated his assertion that he is to stay behind met and unbridled Milder Weather in Mort Central TI HNS TO news second with with 134 GAS FUNDS FOR COLUMBUS O Aug portion of their share of and gasoline may be used boulevard stop by municipalities for nd other traffic 1400 unsold shares which Kaercher held Morris said he was aware that it is Illegal to buy proxies and that told Kaercher so Morris eald he offered ft share for his 1.000 shares and was informed that the croup had offered He said that he finally bought the stock for a share no part of which was for proxies FATAL COLUMBUS O Aug Fleming cashier of the hotel here and for- of the Van hotel Dayton wag dead today ot The First The very first time the following ad ran in the Classified sections of Times Recorder and rooms were rented That Is of the power of Classified pharmacy 70 4 p m 8 72 6 p 77 8 p m 86 82 10 p m 84 12 1 a m p rises p m S a rn 7 a m 10 a m BY HEAT DROWNS GALLIPOLIS O Aug Mary Smith of Cleveland pallet the Ohio hospital for epileptics patient at Sets a m bv to said have been crazed by her life hy Jumping into a reservoir the institution The tody was recovered BANKER CHILLICOTHE O Aug John Dun McKell 58 died at his home nere He was a widely known banker capitalist and half owner in an tato valued at between and At the death was an executive of the Bank company the Second wa- sank of and the OM md Water l- Aug temperatures to nr used piece of furniture rent a cow for sale do you need
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