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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Athens, Ohio Best barometer of the trend of business in tills District Are the messenger classified ads. The weather mostly fair i of Light and tuesday. Warmer in Central and 8�withes , Ohio monday june Price three cents Monkey shines As a treaty i Deau in has support of i tragedies group in Senate Arn in veterans Bill Likely to pass despite Hoover Mother of son feet moves a step nearer ratification As committee reports favourably presidents warning comes after Senate majority is pledged f a its support. Today Auto accidents drown Ings asphyxiation and plane crash take big toll. Superlatives and exaggerations Are to be avoided it is announced. By Arthur Brisbane copyright by King features incorporated or. Mellon encourages. Summer is Here. And too cheap wheat. The erratic atom. Vote is 16 to 4 unable to agree fumes Are fatal Iguardia objects to form of the Wagner Bill for Relief of unemployment. 23 representatives of Republican groups split three in Kentucky across Ohio River Are killed by Gas from a still. Crime details liquor and nudity among Points on which rules Are made. Audiences sometimes make a Monkey out of a Juggler but Seldom is a Juggler made out of a Monkey. And. By the any would t a Hugo Quot the prize Chimpanzee pictured above be Handy to help with the evening dish washing Here he shows How to stand on one leg and balance six plates without breaking any of them. He s the Star performer of a Berlin circus. Or. Anna Lindbergh above wife of colonel Charles a. Lundbergh who is the Mother of a son born sunday. The child was born at the. Home of ambassador and or Dwight Morrow in Englewood n. Boy scout not missed till his troop returns from Camp is hunted in California mountains army aviator reports seeing lifeless form at top of highest Peak youth had Only Small Blanket and scout kit with him. Dry agents were on a to ride with quartet of girls. Summer has begun. Yesterday and today were the years longest Days each with 15 hours and 9 minutes of Sunshine. A this Means Little to millions in big cities. They rarely see the Sun unless they look up from Street canyons about noon. And for them summer is two weeks vacation. Riverside. Calif. June 23 a a a Small Blanket and a boy scout kit were a1 hat Harold Johnson had today if he still is alive in his Battle against cold and starvation in the mountains. Scores of searchers for the 12-year-old boy scout who wandered i away from his troop last thurs Day counted on Harold a scout training the Blanket and the kit to stave off death unlit they could Idene Trato farther into the canyons that hides his Fate. I Forest rangers friends of the family in the Little town of Corona and the other members of Harold s troop renewed the search again feeling that the youth must be found today or All for ii is safety would vanish. Sheriff Carl f. Rayburn a Veteran of he mountains led the searchers. Uppermost in their minds were Hie words of an army aviator who flew Over the Region late yesterday. The army flier said he detected i what appeared to be the lifeless j body of the boy lying in the Snow i near tile 10,000 foot Summit of the highest Peak. In a note dropped at the boy scout Camp near Idyllwild the aviator said he swooped Low Over the spot but. Received no signal from the still form. The boy was hot missed until the company returned to Corona where Harold father is postmaster. Two intoxicated indians ready for Battle in Power permit the Federal farm Board continued on Page 4 youth escapes from prison in Hou Dini style determined to prevent development of Flathead site. Police search is under Way for 17-year-old gunman. Washington june 23.�? up it a the Flathead indians Are determined to prevent the Rocky Mountain Power company from carrying out its permit from the government to develop the so called Flat a head Power site in Montana Cav Jille Dupuis president of the tribal Council notified chairman Fraser of the Senate Indian affairs committee in a Telegram today. Dupuis said in hts Telegram Quot indians watching Flathead Power Sites. Will prevent trespassing of Rocky Mountain Power company or any one else. Bitterly oppose terms of lease. We object White settlers equity to Power sets while our land is left for the permit was issued by the Federal Power commission several week ago Over the protest of the Indiana. Laguardia protests a Ashington june 23.�? Ang objections to the form in Ich the House judiciary com Taco reported the Wagner Bill Advance planning of Public res to relieve the unemployment nation. Were included today in i minority report filed by repro Talve Laguardia. Republican w York. Urging passage of the Bill in its Ginal form Laguardia criticized e committee for eliminating at he considers important and Pessary sections. He also de ored the committees failure to t on the Wagner Bill to establish National employment Agency. As reported by the House the i provides Only for the established of a Federal employment Abi ligation Board and fails to Oylde for the advanced planning the construction of Public works. Negro attacks Young woman at Columbus american is under guard after murder saved by Fate Cleveland officers Lucky toe a ape death or bullets. Wife brutally beaten husband is locked up. Recover seven Cleveland. June Lmh u.pj�?, a City detective Aud to special to Beeman owed their lives today to tricks or it lie. An alleged murderer who fired Point Blank at detective William Corrigan was in a cell at Central police station. His revolver clicked on a defective Cartridge and failed to explode a dented tin badge was Tho most prize Possession of Oliver it a Hee special of Fleer at Euclid Beach Park. The badge worn on the officer left breast deflected a Bullet fired at rinse Range by a burglar suspect who escaped. Mexican troops ready to meet any mob violence. Dairy cottage bids Are opened thursday coast guards find bodies of me n drowned in Lake Erie. Toledo june 23.�? a a funeral services were being held today for the first of Tho victims of the Lake Erie speedboat disaster a score of coast guard and private Craft continued search for the body of attorney Herbert. W. Naut the Only victim whose body is a recovered. The last body taken from the water was that of John Meyers. Which was found Munday one half mile off Sand Beach by chief boatsman mate Albert Dejl mate Milton Portice and James Gauthier of the Crew of the coast picket boat cg-2332. Seven bodies have now been recovered. Bids for the Long awaited cottage to House patients working in the Dairy barn at Tho Athens state Hospital will be opened thursday an announcement by or. J. H. Berry superintendent stated. Work will begin within a Short while after bids Are received it was indicated. The cottage is to be equipped with dining room sleeping dormitory Bath and lounging room. More patients will be added to the number now employed in the Dairy it was said As increased demands have been made on Dairy production. The cottage to be built soon is part of a building program planned two years ago including a receiving cottage and Hospital for men and women a new Dairy barn and a new Industrial and occupational building. The Dairy cottage will Cost about $6000, it was estimated. Columbus. June 23.�? a police and sheriffs deputies Bent every Effort today to find a negro Bandit who brutally beat a Young housewife in her Home at 3 a. In. The woman mrs. Gertrude Hail Biol 23, is suffered from two badly bruised it lips scratched neck and body bruises. Tho Bandit first robbed the Home of $15. Then ordered the husband Louis Haubiel a Gas station operator into a cupboard and locked him in. After attacking mrs. Haubiel he dragged her downstairs and left her Semi conscious on the floor. Because the House nearest to the Haubiel Homo is almost too Yards away the screams of mrs. Hau Biol failed to attract the attention of anyone. Lingle murder Hunt centers on a gangster ays brother was killed by police attack red Forsythe named As killer of Chicago reporter plane crashes h perform unusual surgical operation two die. Another seriously burned a motor fall. I Ole do. June. 3.�?tu.ri�?motor trouble was blamed today for Tho crashing and burning of a reconditioned Swallow air plane in which or. Arid mrs. Joseph Villeneuve of Detroit were killed and their Pilot Kenneth Aber Mansfield burned probably fatally. Villeneuve Only recently bought Tho plane and had employed Aber to Pilot it. The motor was tune j boning perfectly when the ship left a Matherson Airport at Detroit and the trouble developed after the re i turn trip was begun from Here. An unusual surgical operation was performed upon Oliver Cole Grove Danville Athens county late saturday to give him Relief from pain entered about the head. Columbus newspapers reported that sections of a nerve were removed from the neck and shoulder of Colegrove. Earlier saturday Colegrove had leaped from the second floor of a Columbus Hospital while crazed from pain. The fall according to surgeons did Colegrove no serious injury and he was later operated upon in the Hope of easing the pain he had been suffering for some time. Ima woman a charges Start probe of third degree methods. No lady Godiva Lima june 23.�? Investi-Tion of the Lima police depart Entys alleged third degree Meths in dealing with prisoners will launched of City commissioner win Blank can get the support at least two of the other four y commissioners he said today Lank says he will Call attention the commission to the charge Ding against inspector George struck world War Veteran unbound of $5,000 for his appear a on a murder charge wednes afternoon before judge Harry Bennett. Lima. Inspector struck was arrested t Friday on a warrant issued in Justice Bennett after mrs. Be Silver Lima filed an afro Vit charging that her brother Rry Clarkson died june 5, in la City Hospital from injuries lived from struck during a to grilling. April 2$. Police chief Willis m. Kipker j d there was no truth in the a1 action in a report of his invest Lon of struck a alleged conduct City manager Fred c. Becker o made the request. Leaves Captain promoters Are unable to find girl who w ill take part. Graff Zeppelin Breaks away from Landing Crew at Hamburg. Cooper Speaks 6,000 captured piping China june 23.�? a capture of 6,000 government troops and the Pursuit of the troops of Chang Kal-8hek to the southeastward was announced today by marshal Fengyu Hsiang co Leader of the. Northern forces at piping. St. Albans. England. June 23.�? a nobody went Blind from Eye Strain at St. Albanse lady Ood Lva procession to raise funds for a local Hospital. The White horse was there according to schedule hut instead of being mounted by a Beautiful girl draped in naught but Long trestles in imitation of the original lady Godiva. All the expectant spectators saw was a White toy dog securely tied to the horse s Saddle. Later the promoters of the procession confessed hat try As they might they had been unable to persuade a single St. Albans girl to take the part of lady Godiva not even though they promised that flesh coloured tight would be provided. Rotary meets Ohio governor proposed to develop Park system. Portsmouth. June 23.�? a Ohio proposes to extend reforestation. Develop Park systems and provide recreational facilities through its division of conservation. Governor Myers y. Cooper said sunday in an address before a conservation Council at the Roosevelt game preserve near Here. The governor said his administration was pledged to Flack efforts to save Ohio a Forest and he urged sportsmen to continue their co operation in behalf of conservation. Berlin. June 23.�?<u.r>�?the graft Zeppelin came Back to Berlin from a Copenhagen trip last night a runaway. A sub officer brought the ship to a Safe Landing Here after the i Graf had broken away from a Landing Crew at Hamburg where she had halted and risen into the air leaving capt. Ernst Lehmann commander and 45 passengers gaping on the ground. The dirigible was too Light to risk another Landing to pick up Captain Lehmann and the passengers who followed by train. 20,000 delegates attend the Silver anniversary in Chicago. Chicago. June 23 a Tho main body of 20.000 Delegate to the Silver anniversary convention of rotary International poured into Chicago today w Here rotary had its inception 25 years ago. Outstanding on Tho program during the week will be discussion of International questions not a they concern political relationships but in connection with Tho develop meat of Good will. Fire alarming it will be unless police recover firemen s uniforms. Army general Dies Houston Texas june 23.�?<u.r> a Gen. J. M. Cater of Wharton texas., retired it. S. Army major general and classmate of general Pershing died today after an appendectomy. Chicago june 23�?<u.r>�?residents along West nineteenth Street May witness the strange sight of a fire company responding to a Call in b. V. Do s today unless the police get into action. A Hobo who stayed at the station two weeks stole All the uniforms when he took French leave last night. 108 communists tried Budapest Hungary. June 23 a a the trial of ids communists charged with plotting to overthrow the state opened today. They were arrested lust year and three previous trial ended without a verdict. Wheat takes drop Toledo Friest Dies 1 , june 23.�?<u.r a told do today mourned the lose of on of i Oval of Tim roman Cai Helio diocese the Rey. Father Patrick o Brien 36, who died sunday in St. Vincent Hoe Piu Al of heart disease. Travellers meet Columbus june 21.�? a a meeting of the International Secretary treasurers association today opened the four Day convention of the United commercial Taa Velera her. Chicago. June 23.�? a crushing 3% cent downward during the morning. July wheat fell to s9 a on the Board of Trade today to the lowest level since the 9 a s. Prince honoured London june 33.�? a Bells were rung and a Salute fired in Windsor Castle today in Honor of the Prince of Wale a 3$th birthday

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