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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - December 11, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioThe weather Clearing Jay we of a a my Imohl is makes your Day completed no Olott afternoon paper he a the Apoc Iitto Prtt a . Vol 91�?ko. 296 Oul no nne. A a a a. 0010110111 thursday do cd Mem 11, 1910 paces Hyams held on shooting charges Bullet fired by him to Stop Street improvement f then he enjoins work fitter Glare a death May court reveal hidden riches dispute arises Over digging into his property. Hyams 101� Sunset Avenue. Mee Bui. Republican Captain of the sixteenth Ward and a Cigar merchant surrendered to the police thursday on the charge of shooting at to kill and was released on Bond. Bernard Robinson. 3491 souths de Avenue steam shovel operator obtained the warrant. A while the warrant was being obtained Hama was before common pleas Jud Thomas Darby obtaining a temporary injunction restraining contractors and City official from molesting the rear Yard of his Home for the improvement of Fisk Avenue Hama went to City Hall and surrendered when he Learned of the War rant. Judge Darby granted the in a unction. Quot a. sign petition for two years Hama had refused to sign a petition for the building of the Street in the rear of his property the Street was completed to his prop erty Une by persons interested in a new subdivision he said. Recently. City Council passed an ordinance for the improvement of the Street in the rear of Hyams s property. In the absence of Hama and his wild. Wednesday he charged someone Tore Down a Fence on i property line and tossed it into his Yard. Thursday a steam shovel appeared ready to dig. The contractor Oid Hama they had orders to dig Back eight feet into his property to provide for a sidewalk. He warned the contractor he said not to touch h s ground with the Digger As he was to obtain the injunction at 9 a Robinson shovel operator made preparations to dig admits firing shot t warned him not to put his shovel into my ground Hyams told the police. Quot Robinson seized a Large tool called me a name and started toward me. Ther. He lowered his shovel. out a Large chunk of my ground and repeated the threats and oaths. I Fred at the cab of the shovel not at him. The Bullet broke a window of the cab. The digging topped attorney Augustus Beall obtained the injunction for Hyams. Yanu said he would consult Beall before Riecl Dong to obtain warrants Tor Rob son and the contractor Robinson is employed by the Richter Transfer company. \. Robinson admitted at the clerk s office that he had a Large Hammer in Liia hand when Hyams fired the shot. A denied knowing who destroyed Hyams Fence Quot Vav no decision on new clerk of courts not Likely to select anyone / Defeated in election. Crude bookkeeping contains strange notations. Lived luxuriously Safe Blower wrote poem when grieving Over child s death. A by Jerry Hurter h an insight into the life and operations of Jack 8tein. Alleged Safe Cracker and racketeer providing definite information that he was a Mem Ber of a notorious band of criminal was Given thursday in a crude system of bookkeeping found by sheriff William Anderson among his effects. Quot a Wjt his bookkeeping system was found written on Ordinary wrapping paper. It Dur loved apparently that Stein had hidden sums totalling nearly $iee.9m. Ohleh represented loot obtained through his operations. It also disclosed apparently that there were six other members of the gang. Their names were Given As Ray. John Willy. Art. Bob and dad. The bookkeeping system was found among Steih s effects to his Home in Blue Ash after he had been killed in a recent explosion of dynamite. Which he was cooking to obtain nitroglycerine. Zig notations on the paper stated that various sums including one for $12.-000 and another for $5.000. Had been Quot banked in Quot Ruby a Quot name sheriff Anderson said that the Quot Ruby Quot referred to was mrs Ruby Holley Covey. 3$. Common Law wife of the dead Safe Amati Mother of children mrs. Covey who admitted to the sheriff late wednesday that she had lived in the House near Blue Ash with Stein and that she had been the Mother of his three children was to be questioned about thee Quot deposits by Anderson late thursday. Mrs. Covey s memory was rather hazy about happenings dates conditions and visitors at the Stein Home when questioned late wednesday. Shertel Anderson stated that he was going to give mrs Covey Quot one More Opportunity to Quot come if she did not Tell the truth he said he would lock her up and give her time to think it ,. A a in a determined to learn who Tor other members of this the sheriff asserted. Quot included in Stefn s bookkeeping records was an inventory of the gang s Quot working this inventory included two Large machine guns and stands four sub Thompsons six automatic shotguns six automatic express High powered Telescope rifles with silencers six 22-Callber automatic rifles with silencers six 45-caliber automatic revolver 1.006 hand grenades. 100 Quot pineapple timers a twelve of dynamite five cases of Caps six barrels of Gunpowder six sawed Oil repeating shotguns one gallon of nitroglycerine Twenty four cases of Shotgun shells six torches Twenty four cases of machine gun slips Twenty four rifles twelve revolvers and Quot five Gallons of acid that eats through anything. A a i. V it h /. Small handwriting this inventory which sheriff. Anderson identified As being steins handwriting was signed. In a a Mailer handwriting Quot the master of science. P. A Beltt. Of Quot Mont grand to continued on Page 3$ limit s justices restricts jurisdiction in suits of Replevin. A a it. By a a a High fees cited plaintiff in Appeal files suit for $10.000 damages. My symphony orchestra concerts programs Sophie by Sliu. World famous american contralto Wilt be the soloist at the a Nighth pair of symphony concerts to Emery auditorium Friday at 3 10 p. att saturday it a 30 p m she will sing Brahma s a or a and a de Falla Quot Al Amot a feature will m the first off to nor Ivo to \ Amerl Cah performance of Maurice a decision of vast importance in \ menu to the that it definitely state limitation of j program follows the jurisdiction of a Justice of the a re rank Eom peace was handed Down by judge Thomas h. Darby in common plea court thursday. He held that her of Man Buse who la Justice of the peace in mall Creek township did not have jurisdiction in the Case of a Replevin suit filed against Orwan b Holsom Back. 823 West eighth Street. Judge Darby decision hold that such an official has to jurisdiction outside i own township unless the person sued i served with the paper j within that township. Then although the person sued does not reside therein the magistrate has the Power to Seise property situated in another township j fees Are involved j i attorneys William Thorn Dyke and Ralph Becker for Holsomback alleged j that Buse served summons on their client in his Home. They contended that this was not within the province of the magistrate in that subsequently. To the trial of the Esse he was placed in the position of passing upon the legality of his own service of summons. Quot it also placed Buse in the position of claiming fee due for the service of the writ and for the hearing of the ease i rime i after a. Bodett ask film re a or i Rrahim r intr Tummon i by Auto Irujo. .v,.ipsf not t my nut Anilao. A a a a t to Trot time in America i la Valar. ,.,.rs�v 600 laymen and clergymen attend Congress. Three great issues a we have come Here As to Ivy \ three youths held on Hervyl each Bond demanded a one plead guilty. Under Bonds totalling $45.000. Bradley Warman. 18. 1540 Jones Street and Roy Benton. 19. Eighth Street and Freeman Avenue. We a held to the grand jury. Thursday by municipal judge George e. Tebbs Warman faced four charges of robbery shooting to kill shooting at to kill grand larceny assault to Rob and automobile stealing. Benton was twice charged with robbery assault to Rob. Stealing an automobile and grand a a g./-, i judge Tibbs continued until Cember 16, trial of Joseph Kuhlman. 18. 2258 Vine Street charged with three robberies assault to Rob and automobile stealing. His Bond was fixed at $50 000 Kuhlman is confined to general Hospital suffering from a Bullet wound. Kuhlman was wounded by Joseph Prinzbach. 21. 3260 Mchenry Road clerk in Shetterly drug store. 2459 Harrison Avenue Pron Tabath was shot by Warman. The shooting of Freddy Miller eager to take part in times Star Benefit boxing show at the trial when Buse overruled objections to these claims the attorney for Holsomback refused to take any further part in the proceeding and Buse. Gave a judgment for the plaintiff in the meantime. Holsomback through attorney Becker filed a damage suit for $10.000 against Buse and the plaintiff Herbert p. Waddell. He claimed that the act of the magistrate and Waddell in seizing a radio from Holsombacks residence and upon an 5 a Mabie to Dan i curved saturday night in an attempt $11.45. Made them amenable to dam Frt rank to. Ages a the Church must capture the intellect of the Modem world. It must Challenge the conscience of the mod Era world and it must satisfy the spiritual aspirations of the Modem world. These a re three of the important issues before the Church As it faces the problems of our age. It is a task of the laymen to voice the moral conscience of the Church in politics the Home and other elements of so said the Rev. Or. Hugh Thom son Kerr Pittsburgh Moderator of the presbyterian general Assembly in tha keynote address of the interdenominational menus Congress which opened in the hotel Olson. Of thursday. He spoke before some 600 a j laymen and clergymen from Many sections of the United states. It is expected that the registration will. Reach 1.000 before the Cloee of the first Day a sessions. V a we have come Here As to a clinic. A said or. Kerr. A we have come not to engage in a postmortem but to silk the cause of weakness and the secret of an imperishable spiritual vitality. Courage required Quot there Are facts which require courage for it would be easy to bring an indictment against both the modern world and the Church. It would be easy to indict our modern world with its Lawless Rush to be Rich. Its increasing disregard for the expert it knee of the past its secularization of inherited culture and its tragic uni rest. A i continued on Page 27 new York Bank and branches close Star featherweight refuses to remain out in Gold. Efforts in Progress to obtain suitable opponent for local Ace. By it is expected that capt. William Hayes will present his resignation As clerk of the courts of Hamilton county to the county commissioners. Friday and that he will be appointed to his former a Maltlon a Chloel Dep Radical Uty clerk. Hayes declined to make any statement thursday. It is said that there was an understanding at the time he was appointed immediately after the death of Frank Lewis clerk of courts that his appointment was Only temporary. It is understood that no action on the selection of a new clerk to succeed h Steeg to try hand at French Cabinet socialist senator is fourth to attempt task. Paris. December 11�? pm president Dommergue today asked Theodore Steeg Radical socialist senator and former resident general of French Morocco to form a government to replace that of Andry Tardieu. Which Hayes win be taken until several Days j resigned a week ago after an Adverse after he has resigned. Four of five vote in the Senate persons Are under considers won for the place but it is not Likely that any person who was a candidate and a As Defeated at the november election will be appointed. Lindsey figure is Book to in trial Wenli passages on companion ate marriage Bead in oort new York. December us ins a Bishop William t. Manning May bring a hippy of judge Ben b. Lindsey s Book on companion ate marriage with him who i he appears m court tomorrow at the trial of the former Denver judge on disorderly charges it was Learned today. Lindsey has requested that the Bishop bring with him the Book with certain marked passages and two let ters and a Telegram which were sent to the Bishop last saturday by the former judge the Day before Bishop Manning attacked companion ate marriage in the Cathedral of St John the Devi he Manning s verbal barrage against Lindsey and companion ate marriage brought the fracas in which y Jay so a pm ejected from the Church after demanding to reply to Manning Lindsey said ten wanted the Book and Mewanee introduced As evidence in the Oase to show that the Bishop material from which to that his a tiling a marriage Quot free love a a hop to Steeg said that he would give the president his reply this afternoon. He to the fourth Man to toe asked to solve the present ministerial crisis. Poincare refused because of ill health and Barthou and Pierre Laval failed and had to return their mandates. The Call to 8teeg follows the line of French political logic. Dommergue. Reasoning that the Radical socialist bloc had walked the attempts of both Lovsland Louis Barthou to form a ministry has Given that bloc its own Chance to see Whit it can do in a crisis which now has become serious. Steeg however Realises the difficulties which beset him and he informed the president he could not accept the mandate out of hand but would do his Best today he will talk his problems Over with leaders of the warring political groups and it was possible he would announce a definite decision this afternoon. Gangster indicted in in Dey killing Detroit grand jury Acta after four Mont i inquiry. Detroit. December 11�?gp a the Wayne county grand jury today indicted Joe Bommaritto reputed member of the Licavoli rum running gang for the slaying of radio announcer Jerry Buckley. July 33. I the indictment was lbs first Tbs jury has returned to the Buckley murder Case which it was organised primarily to investigate More than four months ago. The indictment Nixson Denton it apart Callor a Freddy Miller. Cincinnati s Star featherweight appear in an added eight round attraction on the program of the times Star Benefit boxing show to be held at music Hall. Thursday night. December 18. For the City s needy and unemployed. The Matching of Miller depends on whether it will be possible to sign a suitable opponent without slapping a couple More mortgages on the old Home. R. A Miller himself has offered hts services for a sum barely sufficient to cover his training expend a. But convincing an out of town Topnotch or that he ought to do likewise in View of the objective of the show is Likely to prove difficult. The probable Cost of signing a Man like 8hea. Or Bud Taylor or Maestro deterred the times Star from making the match when the idea of the Benefit was first announced. A naturally 1n View of Millers popularity and his Brilliant record he was the first to come to mind when the headline bout was discussed and. The Clde tally. He was the find to approach the times Star and say that he would enter the ring for anything from a pair of Zinc cuff links on up the line or Down. R continued do Fage things oved with cd Olidge by Calvin Coolidge Mew York december 11�?nothing Las occurred for some time so completely demonstrating the weakened moral position which the present regime in Russia holds in the Public estimation of the world As the recent treason trial in that distressed country. The significant Pohst of the whole transaction is the almost Universal expression that no one knows what to believe about it. To such an extent has Confidence in the Good Faith of 1he soviet officials been weakened. Whet Lur such suspicion of them is justified or riot it is apparent that it exists. Human relationships that Are of any value rest on Faith and Confidence when those disappear the whole fabric of governmental social and business Intercourse disappears with them. At Wirries the russians Are no doubt right in feeling that they Are misrepresented but in the treason trial such is not the Case. The impression is of their own making. Whatever May be the effect at Nome it has revealed and aggravated the distrust abroad. In spite of the desire of humanity because of past friendships or present relations to help the russian people this spectacle has increased the feeling of bewildered hopelessness in nearly every Quarter of the world. Copyright by the Mcclure newspaper Syndicate in cd re re Ngy wit j Clearing weather is predicted for thursday afternoon or thursday night. For Friday the weather will be generally fair and it will be colder thursday night Ai d Friday. The lowest temperature will be about 35 degrees the highest temperature wednesday was 52 and the lowest thursday morning was 44 degrees. Santa Roba cal., december he up a penniless and hungry Ralph Clifford 37. Went to the county jail yesterday and asked what time dinner would be served. Then be called at. The Post office and broke eighteen windows. He arrived Baric at the county jail in time for dinner. Man injured badly in car Auto crash Accident happen at Harrow part of Harrison Avenue. Karl Dietrich 28. 3861 North Bend Road suffered a Skull fracture broken ribs and internal injuries Early thursday when his automobile crashed head on into a West bound Westwood Street ear at Harrison and Stathem avenues. Dietrich was taken to St. Mary s Hospital. He recently came to Cincinnati from police believe he became confused when he saw the ear approaching. At this Point the Westwood ears travel Only Wes Wardly on Harrison Avenue. Several similar accidents have occurred near the same print recently. Matthew James. 39. Negro. 1052 Clark Street was bruised when struck by the automobile of Henry Sneed. 3213 Buck Street at ninth Street and Freeman Avenue. Thursday. Fined for contempt because Becker filed this suit. Bum1 1 fined him $10 for contempt of court bit later suspended the Fine. Judge Darby held that Buse was without authority to serve summons or to execute s writ of Replevin and he ordered the property re tuned to hols Urback. At the hearing it was shown that Buse had tailed to transmit the original papers to the common court that there had been no original summons or writ issued and that there had been no return of service. The decision effects Twenty two justices of the peace in Hamilton county alone. It was shown also that costs of an Ordinary suit in the municipal court of Cincinnati is $2, whereas the costs in the magistrate court in question amounted to $17.30 Columbus banker commits suicide to Rob the store. Warman entered plea. Of guilty. Benton pleaded not guilty. Juvenile court officers appeared in the municipal court in an Effort to gain Possession of Warman. They claim he i Only 17 and a Ward of the court. Judge Tebbs and prosecutor Harry Weeke refused to change the court order. They said the juvenile court official could take charge of Warman if the county prosecutor agreed. The youths confessed robbing Sev newer eral drug stores and groceries. State take Over one of of Tyr a smaller institutions. New York december Llu notices stating that the institution was in the hands of the state banking department a a Ere posted at the main office and several of the. Branches of the Bank of United states one of toe City s smaller and banking organization a before the regular opening time this Mern ing. It a a Quot this action was taken after a a my my Usu ii we Laxen Auer a Flor Offir at Fawn not flurry of withdrawals late yesterday of Lvi i i 11 a a a/1 land a series of conferences of leading Banks announced a Bankers lasting Well into the morn at the new York Federal Reserve Bank. The Bank has no connection j with the government despite its i name but because of its name. Central savings and citizens hankers were eager to take construct 1 Tive action to prevent us Adelaed Banks Combine resources. W. C. Willard had been several months. Ill Fanner commits suicide port8mo�oth. Of december ii a spy Isaac Hall 66. Farmer shot and killed Ham of at his Home near Here today he had been ill columbu8. Of. December 11�?�/p a William c. Willard vice president of the Huntington National Bank and vice president and treasurer of the Columbus savings Bank ended hts life in the Columbus athletic club shortly before noon today by shooting. He had been ill several months. Police said athletic club officials told them that Willard came into the club shortly after 10 a. M. And went directly to a retiring room on the fourth floor. Officials said the 1 banker removed his coat and Vest and went to an adjoining bathroom where he Fred a Bullet into his head. The body was found about ten minutes later by a Potter police said. Willard a Ras Borti in Cohu bus on May 29. 1872. And was graduate of Central High 8chool Here. A he started his banking career As a messenger for the commercial National Bank of Columbus in 1889. He Kisr went to oot Orado and worked with the a rpt National Bank of Del Norte and the merchants a miners Bank of Creede until 1893 when he returned to Columbus. It Willard started then As a note Teller at toe Clinton National Bank of Columbus and in 1900 he went to the Hayden Cunt on National Bank. Five years ister he was elected assistant cashier. He became president of the Hayden Cunt on National january a 1913. When the Hayden Cunt on Bank was sold to the Huntington National Bank. A Laird became a Rige Pigiok Dent of toe Huntington company and m vice president and treasurer of the Columbus brings Bank. A ask a spiritualist a or. Einstein replies to american interviewer so noted Oil it feta a hair stands at questions. York. Or. A gift anti Fly theory so no we of a sri that gave to the american people by radio a simple forceful met sags pleading for an end to militarism. From the drawing room of the liner Belge land be spoke in German Quot kill toe monster of militarism. Your political and economic position today is such that Yea can entirely destroy militarism whenever you set to if translated by wife Tzoc physicists wife translated his address. A. Quot your country through Ita peace and labor has reached a pre eminent position in the prof said. Through you have put Liberty above the of a Tara and f men met the scientist when the Brig a land reached quarantine this morn hug. A a it he tested with them in i native Tongue caused Many a photographer to Man a Good camera by making the picture Man just As he was about to a Newport will have one of the larges and most influential banking institutions in Northern Kentucky in the near future a a result of the merger of the Central savings Bank and Trust company and the citizens Bank and Trust company. Action to bring about the merger was taken late wednesday at meetings of the Board of directors of both Banks. The consolidation is to become effective on or before january 15. 1931. Announcement was made after the respective boards met that the new Bank will be known As the Central savings Bank amp Trust company and will be centralized at the present site of the Central Bank at the Northwest Corner of eighth and Monmouth streets. Newport the capital Stock of the merged Bank will be gl00,000 with surplus mid undivided profits of More than $300 -c00, and total resources of More than 3l5&00d. The present officers of the Central bark Are Aubrey Barbour president William l. Glazier vice president Edward Boland cashier and Richard w. Phillips auditor. The present officers of toe citizens Bank Are judge Otto Wolff president Fred b. Bassmann. Vice presi ident and Oscar Reli Hert cashier. The directorate officers and clerks of the new Bank will be made up of directors officers and clerics. Of both Bank. Announcement of the new officers will be made in the near future. No formal announcement has As yet been made but it is said that Aubrey Barbour will be president of toe hew Bank. Other officers who will serve at toe Tew Bank it was unofficially said wifi be judge Wolff vice president and Edward w. Boland. Tishler. A whups will continue As auditor William l. Glazier will be a member of the directorate and Fred b. Bassmann wifi be attorney. Both the Central and Dhaens Banks have been exceedingly prosperous throughout the years and each Bank during that time has accumulated surplus funds mid undivided profits of More then 9150 660. Making the combined profits of both Banks More than 6300,000. 1125 taxi Drivers .0 out on strike Immy two ii Cincinnati unemployed ranks were swelled. Thursday by about 135 Drivers employed by Davis cabs. c the Drivers went on strike wednesday at 0 p m., after it was recently announced taxicab of Gin ctn Natl. Inc., which took Over the Davie company re Fuad to Over me feet intae the Dali nervousness. The Bank obtained its state charter. Giving it the title of Bank of to cited states when it started with a single Branch of the lower East Side in 1913. Present Laws would prevent the giving of such a title to any new Bank. A the Bank while specialising in Small deposits and serving primarily the garment manufacturing Trade had expanded rapidly opening a total of fifty nine branches in the City. It is not identified with Wall Street maintaining Only a Branch in the financial District. On the basis of its latest condition statement which was As of september 24. The Bank had total resources of $254.043.942. And Deporta of $302,-972.469. It is understood however that deposits have been considerably reduced Sloe that time. While Ita total resources Are comparatively Large they amount to Only a Small fraction of the resources of any one of toe City a leading backs. The Bank a officers include it. Stanley Mitchell chairman Bernard a Marcus president Saul Singer chairman of the executive committee and Simon h. Kugel Rice chairman. Broderick announced that although the Bank was not a member of the new York Clearing House the Clearing House Banks had arranged to relieve any dist Reea which toe closing might cause depositors. A group of these Banks has offered to make Loans against the net claims of the depositors to toe extent of 50 per cent of such claims properly a theft located. R Bank closes second Bennettville 8. A december 11�?the people s Bank of Cdr failed to open its doors yesterday and was placed in the hands of the state Bank examiner. The Bank closed once before mid paid depositors one Hun dred cents on toe Dollar. We time story., was Ssiss mow of us Ltd of airy dry dim away aim / 1
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