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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Circleville, OhioWeather in Ohio urday night or sunday the or Cleville Herald world National and state news by United press fort third year number 164 Circleville Ohio saturday july 18 1936 train kills four Section worker showers predicted for await Crew socialist candidate in Bridge Over Olate Highway t Center of heating wave is moving into Southland damage in Northwestern area causes Corn Price to climb to limit Kansas contest uninjured As House Falls into basement situation discouraging aaa to buy much wheat for distribution to drought Ridden families Chicago july mid american heat Vave destroy of 4312 lives and Worth of crops edged out of the Northern Plains states into the Middle South today the Northern Edge of the heat zone receded As far South As Chi Cago while the Southern Edge spread Over Kentucky and West Virginia the Central Southern Plains states and the to suffer the heat zone moved South under impetus of Cool air and thundershowers from Caridas Perth West weather factory which re Cefi temperatures just below the critical Point temperatures will remain uncomfortably High Over weekend in Wisconsin Illinois Minnesota Iowa the ask Bias and Between 90 and 100 weather forecasters said they will be liveable physicians explained that those Resi dents who partook of the last three Days of Cooling winds probably have built up their resistance approached a breaking Point earlier in the week showers possible scattered thundershowers were predicted today in lower and upper Michigan Northern Illinois North Ern Indiana Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota North Dakota and South Dakota and sunday in Nebraska Ohio badly in need of rain May get thundershowers Sun Day damage to the Northwestern Corn crop Rose fast As the hours passed without rain Corn prices jumped the limit of four cents on the Chicago Market yesterday the Cargill Grain company in one of the largest in the nation admitted the situation was discouraging Bat Aid it was impossible to have a Complete crop failure in a Region As Exten Sive As the Northwest agricultural area it summarized crop conditions As follows wheat Eastern Montana Complete loss All North and South Dakota with exception of few scattered Eastern sections and Northern counties of North Dakota no crop although a few Farmers will get enough for next years seed chief Corn area of Iowa Nebraska Southern Minne continued on Page eight of Weatherman Strahm property scene of Accident Raymond Dixon and sons escape owned by Davidson a new figure looms on the Kansas political Hor Leon As Walter c Neibarger above 38 year old newspaper publisher of Tonganoxie has a Campaign for the Republican senatorial nomination in the Sun Flower state opposing the vet eran senator Arthur both men Are friends of gov Alfred m Landon of Kansas g o p presidential nominee although he is in favor of the National Republican platform Ive Barger has an agricultural program All his own its chief Plank Calls for regaining foreign Trade and the use of War debt credits in bargaining for exports plot thwarted shot from guard halts two men in Ohio jail Columbus july of two prisoners to escape from the Ohio Penitentiary at a m saturday by throwing a rope from the top of the Woolen Mill building Over the Wall was thwarted by a shot fired by a guard the prisoners were Henry Mer Shon age 33 of Hamilton county admitted Jan 7 1933 to serve 10 25 years for robbery and Morris Oflaherty age 25 of Cuya hoga county admitted in 1928 to serve 1025 years for robbery o prices of main stocks gaining in Light Mart Loose Earth under heavy foundation gives Way Friday afternoon Raymond Dixon 49 Lancaster Pike and his two sons Wayne 21 and Virgil 19 narrowly escaped serious injury Friday at p m when the front Wall and porch of the Strahm property Watt Street caved in while they were excavating a basement the men were under the Center portion of the Brick Home when the front foundation slipped and the Wall and porch fell into the excavation Sandy soil blamed Sandy subsoil was blamed for the Accident the workers said the Loose Earth gave Way under the foundation the residence was recently Pur chased from the estate of Agnes Strahm by l e Davidson hard dealer or Davidson was having the Home remodeler he is undecided what his next step will be since the Accident i Orn i hich Krislav Low saturday 7s for Ronit fair and warm saturday and sunday probably showers sunday afternoon 5 pm i m Low is is Ali Ilner in x Boston mass i Chicago Iii m Cleveland Ohio 82 ten Var Colo 91 pcs Goinns a Luth Minn 4 mrp Lea civil if Man Toomim Ali new i i new Voik it Chr xxx Arlo h ban Antonio Tex 2 Seattle Wash Dak 100 new York july up trading lightened further on the Stock Exchange today but prices in j the main list registered gains that ranged to More than a Point support for the rails and a sub Stantial rally in the steels aided the list utilities had a period of strength chemicals mounted to new highs coppers firmed Sug ars were bid up further farm shares steadied after yesterdays decline motors were firm new highs were made by such issues As Dupont at 164 up 2 Points Fajardo sugar 47 up i International paper preferred 41 up i Elzie Radcliffe to take school Post in Alton Elzie Radcliffe Grade Teache the Jackson township Schom for the last two to accept Grade of the Alton Franklin county Village school or Radcliffe resigned his Jack son township Post Friday the Board will meet soon to name a successor the school Man a former teacher in new Holland and Clarksburg has been Active in the Circleville methodist sunday school and in the choir he is a member of the Clarksburg Goodwill quartet and is widely known throughout the county he plans to remove to Al Tion prior to the opening of school 0 Bellboy tall negro suspected in murder Asheville n c july locked Bellboy Joe Urey a solitary confinement to Cool off today and turned to other clues in an Effort to solve the rape and murder of 19yearold Helen Beautiful new York University Honor student the tall athletically built Urey an unusually Black negro will be allowed to languish in an isolated cell until chemists determine whether stains on a soiled shirt found in his Shack were caused by human blood several Farmers Cut Sweet Corn for feed its a Long time until Frost nips the pumpkins but the thud of Sharp steel against Orn re sounding Friday in Harrison township Harry j Briggs service Man Ager of the farm Bureau re ported several Farmers in the Misti it Are cutting smut Fields of Early Sweet Corn for Stock feed drought ruined the crop and at the time burned up Pas Tures making the Corn valuable As of cd men to assist county areas Thomas to speak today Townsend rebel action is postponed against Smith Davey tells Jaster to have department help alleviate water shortages lockjaw fatal to negro Hurt on n w car Henry Green 33 Dies after foot is amputated in Berger Hospital lockjaw resulting from a crush red leg in a Railroad Accident caused death at p m Friday of Henry Green 33yearold negro itinerant in Berger Hospital when injured Green told Hospital at his Home was near Birm ing Jim Ala he was rid inf Norfolk Wes Tern freight train near Hayesville Pickaway township july 9 when Hin foot was caught in a coupling taken to the Hospital it was not certain for a while whether amputation would be necessary the was removed thursday morn ing the body was removed to the Al Baugh co Chapel where funeral arrangements will be made it is not known whether Green is the Correct name of the Man no relatives have been located use of water higher in City 600000 Gallons used each Day Denman reports Columbus Man is jailed As intoxicated Driver police were holding John Taber 46 of 93 n Hartford Street co Lumbus saturday on n charge of driving a truck when intoxicated he was Arr sted at a m in the Southend of the City mayor w j Graham said he would hear the Case saturday eve Ning when the night officers were on duty Taber is an employee of the an Derson haulage co Columbus trial near close upper Sandusky july the state and defense rested their cases in the embezzlement trial of Troy a Dahn Toledo former Secretary treasurer of the reformed Church Home for the aged at upper san Dusky Early today and it was to be Given the jury following closing child mistreated St Blairsville july 18 Katherine Kovas 13 of Martins ferry told juvenile offi cers Here today her Mother shaved he hair to make her look like a Monkey and otherwise mistreated her water consumption in Circleville during the last month has doubled Harry Denman local manager declared saturday the average pumping for this time of year is about 300000 Gal Lons daily during the torrid weather the Plant has been pump ing about 600000 Gallons daily Circleville has plenty of water or Denman said will fight fires order sent to Pickaway officials saturday offers help of workers Pickaway county Farmers and stockmen who Are facing a water shortage or need help in fighting grass or Brush fires will have the assistance of Highway workers the following order was received saturday by the local apartment gov Martin l Davey has authorized John Jaster or director of highways to furnish Aid to Farmers and stockmen where Stock is suffering from Lack of water he has also authorized the director to fur Nish assistance in Case of grass or Bruah fires made possible by the Long dry spell in event of such conditions the individual is to get in touch with superintendent of maintenance or with Frank w Turner division Engineer Dela Ware and help will be sent immediately j local Highway workers recently won Praise from Farmers just North of the City when they helped j fight a serious wheat Field fire on the farm of a h Morris so far the local department has received no reports of serious water shortages o Schorr to head Ohio Republican Campaign drive Columbus july i the Campaign of Ohio republicans Between now and the november election will be directed by a nine member Campaign committee headed by state g o p chair Man de d Schorr of Cincinnati the selection of Schorr As chair Man and of the remainder of the j committee settled differences be tween John w Bricker the party nominee for governor and Schorr Over management of the state Campaign Charles r Frederickson of co Cleveland july 18 town Send party delegates held a major j demonstration at their National i convention this morning then set tied Down to await the arrival of Norman Thomas socialist Candi j Date for president who is sched tiled to address them this after too i noon j j the demonstration which lasted j j 20 minutes was for or Francis e j Townsend Confounder of the or Gani Zatick who Early saturday prevented an open break in the convention ranks As result of Poi Lotical differences action was postponed against Gomer Smith vice president for j his address urging support for president Roosevelt and attacking father cough in others seek ing to align Townsend members with the Lemke candidacy j directors confers the Townsend Board of direct tors conferred Long into the night concerning action on Smith but or Townsend announced nothing would be done about him until after the convention ends Gomer Smith is the Par Indian oklahoman who stepped to the platform after father Coughlin bitter arraignment of the new Deal and rebuked the priest for calling president Roosevelt a liar betrayer and double crosser Townsend objected to us oklahoman tactics the co tired on Page two crazed Man 40 kills wife son heat blamed for action Hammer used in crime Little Hocking three victims hurled Stream by freight coming around fast curve wrong orders blamed another seriously Hurt 1 two leap to safety 10 children orphaned a e Lowe Dies at 13 at Home in Columbus a k Lowe 7p died saturday at 6 a m at his Home 1675 Rox Bury Road Columbus or Lowe is survived by his widow Helen Hibbens Lowe daughter of the late a c and Juliet Hibbens of Cirr Leville one sister mrs e h Rickett two Brothers Frank and Fred Lowe and one Nephew Wayne Rickett All of Columbus funeral services will be held at the residence tuesday at 10 am with burial in Greenlawn Ceme Tery Columbus Erik a july 18 Samuel c Weed 30 a heat crazed clerk at the Erie works of the general electric company Ham mered his wife Irene and son David 4 to death today and inflicted critical wounds on his other son Charles 2 Weed a sunday school superintendent was apprehended on the Buffalo Road after two unsuccessful attempts to commit suicide by throwing himself beneath the wheels of truck Weed had been minister of the Church of the Nazarene in Icyvilla Erie suburb during the pastors vacation friends said he had been acting strangely since a heat attack last sunday Ive killed them Weed Shovitz Shotton manufacturer was appointed to the newly created Posi Tion of executive vice chairman pfc from his front porch when he William of mrs he win coordinate activities other committee members vice chairmen Are w Dale Dunifon Van Wert mrs Mary Forrest Cleveland and r c i Snyder Iso walk and Sandusky publisher Dunifon first assistant attorney general will direct Active management of Brickers Campaign nary Ranier had been obtained saw a neighbor killed who she screamed the whole family Weed re plied then ran frantically out to the Buffalo Road where police a to Alcord among of the Townsnd old revolving pension organization convention in Cleveland broke into the open where or Francis e Townsend announced would directors to remove Corner Smith a Cove Viup president and member the boards Foo Smith pm Oklahoma Democrat who narrowly missed the nomination Tor the to s sen ate in his states recent primary incurred the displeasure of Townsend leaders when he denounced the Rev Gerald l k Smith Bareth Wealther and the Rev Charles k Coughin radio priest for their vehement attacks on president Roosevelt in the convention Smith asserted that the Rev or Smith was trying to sell the town Send movement Down the River two men Hurt in Auto crash Driver goes to sleep car leaving Scioto Trail two Republic o men Daniel Cole 54 and Roy Williams 19 w re injured Early saturday when their automobile left the Scioto Trail three Miles North of Circle Ville the Accident happened it was reported when Cole the Driver went to sleep he suffered a sprained Hack and i bin Ives and Williams had Lacera Marietta july la members of a Railroad Section Crew killed and another was piously Hurt today when westbound Baltimore Ohio freight train struck their motor driven Handcart on the Bridge at Little Hock ing 20 Miles Southwest of def those killed were Abner dealers flt Jet of four children Harvey Galloway widower and father of tour John Barrington 8ft father of three Edwin Wildman married All were residents of John Shanka 33 bar Handcart a fractured Iff members of us Crew w b Foreman and Lloyd Friend were injured a lightly when leaped from the Handcart the collision the body of Wai along the rails Othen hurled into the River the Handcart was Enro Ute to Bel pre Travis said his orders rated for Clear track into beep re he freight train rounded a be fore entering the Bridge trapping the Section workers Dundee Mich july least nine persons were kitted today when their automobile Wmk demolished by Arann Arbor Senger train at a crossing Here the car was hurled into the River Basin by the crash first witnesses to reach the scene said they counted nine per sons floating in the Rivers wat ers first reports said none at the in the car escaped alive the car carried License plates but the Numbert could not be distinguished in Thi murky Waters Ashville mans estate valued at sum him during his efforts at were to Hospital where Thev wore to rated by or e the death instrument an Ordi b against governor Davey in the basement it was found committee members Are Louis covered with blood and matted h Brush Canton publisher trea Nair on the ded Heide his wife surer Nolan Boggs Toledo pc bed j i rotary John s Knight Akron police said Weed appeared to b j publisher and e William Heisey i Stark mad when taken to jail and j Newark t could not Tell a coherent Story Knight was one of the chief District attorney Mortimer e supporters of sen William e described the murders As i Borah in the recent Ohio primary Tri nost brutal in criminal records i Heisey a president of the Ohio club appraisers value the estate of William a Parks Ashville at in an in probate court Friday it liars personal at stocks and securities accounts receivable and real estate appraisers were e w seeds o miss May hired e Crommey and Ira Scothorn i Bernard a and Thaddeus h Park As teacher in a executor they were to leave be Hospital saturday o county school new revolt sweeping Over Spain by United press Onia Ryloh 51 a f t 4 Progress is reported on sanitary sewer project Mist Sarah May town ship Vas employed by the Wayne Hoard of Fiu Catton Friday eve Ning As fifth and sixth Grade teacher Young flyer speeding East seeking record july by Lxi ten press today events in the outbreak against Spain government units in Span ish Morocco revolt government confident of suppressing the move Niento is prepared to use All its forces against the rebels Gibraltar messages from French Morocco report rebels holding all1 key posts in Spanish Morocco press Cor guarded Spanish Frontier learns of revolt in Barcelona chief City of the North Loyal troops suppressed the rebels in a fircht in which one Man was killed he reported Madrid july Al army units rising against the left Wing government held important army centers of Spanish Morocco today the rebellion started last night in Mclillan chief Garrison town and spread to other bases the United press correspondent at for Pitnu spa workers have progressed tier reported that the revolt broke a for As Ranklin Street with the j prematurely and was to have been installation of the 36inch sanitary a National one throughout spam sewer in Mingo Street proper he reported a Brief minor this sewer connecting with a revolt at Barcelona capital of line at main Street will extend on Catalonia quickly suppressed Mingo Street to and along the the United press correspondent j Pennsylvania Railroad to join with at Biarritz on the Frontier in the Southeast Section of Ted that there had been a heavy i Ity the new line will re Nio vement of contraband arms to place the old Stone Box sewer Marshall to i p Dana j transcontinental flier refilled Here a fourth tear Irr was added to today then continued his attempt the staff this year due to increases to break his own Cross country in enrolment and the use of the Light plane record auditorium As a classroom Dana looking tired and miss May is the daughter of or j landed Are at m and mrs Peicy May o Grant Dugan funeral and departed minutes later he took on 15 Gallons of fuel foe of plane and got himself a of soda Wetter Riff 45 to be in Frankfort j ahead of schedule her expected at a Spain for three or foil Davis j to Ikmon reported the sewer is a strict censorship one of the 11 feet deep at main Street and most severe Ever imposed Blanket i1 feet Cirp at Franklin the pipes Ritj Relnar a ton Irani k Dugan 6s lie Ait in his Rooming House the found at noon Krisy was taken to Frankfort Friday evening for fun eral services or Dugan died after i hirer a Toby to the Ohio Miuor Runny monday from v Mala de the entire country the prov frument was confident arc twing manufactured Here Vruyr Ernp Coroner c i to the Piek flu to met it the Al Tauoa i under f j e Aimo uni

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