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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Circleville, Ohio The Star. Number 147 Circleville Ohio monday june 23, 1930 contract for s. Court Street paring Job to be tuesday county dads hear no protest Waid May yet take action on petition asking state to pay More. The contract to pave s. Court by bet Wen the Norfolk and West Ern Railroad tracks and the corporation limits will be let in the office of state Highway director Robert n. Waid tuesday afternoon if Waid does not take action on the petition asking him to reduce the assessment which was presented to him by property owners in that Section of the City. The asks that the state take Over a larger portion of the Ost than it has so far agreed to it is understood that Waid can take this action if he so de sires. No objections no i objections were filed with county commissioners at their meeting monday at which time objections were to have been heard. Since property owners apparently have to objections to offer to the county dads it is thought the con tract for the paving will go ahead As originally planned. The official assessment which will be and possibly a few cents less is said to be the lowest paving rate Ever known in pick away co. The reason residents of this District filed their petition with the Highway department was not because of the Cost but be cause a number of the citizens must pay this rate for Long stretches of farm land which has frontage on the Highway. The county commissioners have agreed to pay of the Cost to e property owners will be As and according to the , the state will pay for 20 feet of the Pav Rigi in Rathe meantime the paving in s Tion Cov of Columbus tie Fri Tomb Trail Between this City and Chillicothe is rapidly nearing completion and Brick laying which will close the Job will be finished either monday or tuesday. The thrown Back two Days on account of the rain a or the Brick laying would have been completed the latter part of youngest court clerk in United states although he a Only ten Days 21 years of age William Spence above has been elected Superior court clerk of Milton county Georgia by a two to one majority vote. Spence is believed to be Tho youngest Man in Tali position a the United Hedges bans earlyjuly4 mayor says premature explosion of fireworks will not be tolerated. Celebration of july 4 will not be tolerated and states that where fireworks Are purchased before the Holiday they must be kept and not exploded until that Date. The announcement follows com plaint that premature Celebration had already started with the Sale of fireworks. Last week. It is thought that this last year for two weeks prior company has filed a bid for the is court St paving because Allex to july 4 the promiscuous and uncontrolled discharge of fireworks Cavatina equipment has been kept proved very annoying. Oif this site instead of being taken in Many cities the Sale of fire away works is banned or at least not still ims fatalt03 eight children asleep not affected by fumes which parents. Permitted until the arrival of july j. Village Man loses hand june Jyh three dead Here to As the re Fult of asphyxiation which authorities was caused by fumes from a 500-Gajjon still in the Home of August Semenow ski .39. The dead Are Rem Nowaki his 38. And Anthony Sendelback 39, former City police Man. The three dead bodies were found yesterday in. The Semenow ski Home Fey Anna Remenowsky 15-year-old daughter of the dead parents who is the oldest of eight children tie children All of whom were sleeping were affected by the fumes. Not administrator of Odaffer estate Bud Ludy of Ashville patient in mercy Hospital follow ing Accident. Bud Ludy of Ashville is a patient i mercy Hospital Colum bus following amputation of his right hand which he badly Mang led with a Shotgun sunday at his Home while shooting rats. Rats had been bothering his Rabbit hutches when Ludy at tempted to exterminate them. He reached for a Shotgun and lifting the gun by the muzzle struck it against a door and Dis charged it the shot carrying away most of his hand. Physicians at mercy Hospital amputated the member. His condition is serious according to Hospital attaches. Tires Are from Ford truck Harold Odaffer of Ashville j Frank Marion n. Sciolto Street administrator of 1 reported to police Headquarters the estate of the late Lewis c. Odaffer of Ashville in prot ate court. The estate comprised chiefly of real estate is estimated to be Worth c. Be Rapti Stevenson and Ludwig Oesterle Weye named appraisers. Owens Hud has tonsil operation Ruth Owens daughter of scr. And mrs. Charles Owens of e. Corm Street underwent a Success Ful operation for the removal of Ier tonsils and adenoids at the or. C. G. Stewart Mon Day morning. Her aunt Katherine Eaton a graduate nurse is attending her monday morning that some one stole All the tires off his Ford truck which was parked at Bill Mohorne s repair shop on w. Main Street late sunday evening. The size of the tires Are 29x440. Police were investigating the theft monday. Route 10 paving now completed paving on state route 10 from the bogus Road to Johnson s Corner s West of jew Holland was completed saturday when cores were taken was found that Tae Road is Standard. The paving is found to run seven inches the required thickness to 7.3 inches cear lie Center. Market tide changed by buying move represents Mississippi at Carolina festival Frances Hanson of Aberdeen 1 Sis Sippi has been chosen a her state s representative woman at the Rhododendron festival to be held at Asheville n. C. The governor of Mississippi appointed him Ranson. While attending the Mississippi state College Foi women miss Ranson was elected the Moit Beautiful student. Concentrated action proves sufficient to absorb tidal wave of Selling. New fully absorb neg another tidal wave of Selling in opening hour of today s Market a concentrated buying movement in Pivotal Stock leaders proved sufficient to swing the Price pendulum to the upside and Midway in the fore noon prices were generally above previous closing Levels. Industrial stocks rallied sharply m the Middle of the second hour today under the stimulus of urgent buying demand which swept in after the week end aggregation of Selling orders had been absorbed. Though prices of the leading Industrial and Utility stocks were lower at the beginning of the new week powerful bullish support be Hind the principal issues prevented a wide break in any Section of the the brokerage houses since saturday had sent out margin Calls by the thousands and inability of big and Little speculators to respond to these Calls was the principal Factor in forcing huge blocks of Stock on the mar Ket at the opening. Prices from the Stock Exchange floor at the end of the first hour showed moderate rallies in the stocks which had Metthe scramble to United states steel which opened at 153 1-2, the year s Low Price assessment for Highway purposes. To. Irs Tiv who qty in Mno i j r of the Highway department wishes Jackson-1w court Case judge Brown Calls special jury to hear Case of state against John Fry. A special jury has been drawn by probate judge e. A. Brown to hear the condemnation proceedings ment against John r. And Delia r. Of of Jackson twp. For land Redford the is accused of Lille death j nation wide search is on for j alleged gangster As Mur dered of reporter. Chicago june 23 James red Forsythe alias Fawcett de finely accused As the actual As Sassin of Alfred Lingle Chicago Tribune reporter was the object of a widespread Man Hunt today. Accusation of Forsythe came after a dogmatic assertion by a High police official last saturday that the Slayer was to town. Dead two weeks Lingle was put on the spot just two weeks ago today. His murder signalized a concreted drive again St Gangland. Every Effort to gathering evidence which might bring an indictment against Forsythe by the grand jury which is expected to get under Way this week Forsythe is a reputed Henchman of the Moran Aiello gang a rival of the. Al Capone organization. Lingle was a Friend of Capone and several times visited him at Miami. A year ago Forsythe was sentenced to a year in the House of correction and fined on gun rotting charges. The appellate court has. Just confirmed the sen tence and unless Forsythe surren Ders his Bond will be forfeited. When he imposed sentence judge John h. Lyle told Forsythe i will not hand you Back your gun. You look like a potential murdered to me. -1 hate to say that but it True. I certainly would not Wam Ftp take a Chance in the dark with judge Lyle said later that great political pressure was brought u Bear on to vacate the sen tence but he stood Pat. Wijt on Bah. When taken into custody in a raid head Martera in the Loop several months ago Forsythe asserted he was an rallied to 155. By the same measurement american can recovered from 110 to 112 Westinghouse name of Lindbergh heir causes Rife speculation among family s friends Samuel Ettelson s office and was that he was on the Corpora coun Secl 3 payroll. He was release to the Road on the Fry farm from 125 1-2 to 128 1-2 Consolida i and the defendants will not agree Ted Gas from 99 1-2 to 101 Gener to the sum of Money which the _1 ref j. _ m Al electric from below 65 to 65 3-4 and Bethlehem steel from 76 1-s to 77 1-2. New losses in Cotton and Grain with july wheat at 91 cents a Bushel and july Cotton tinder 13 cents a Pound helped to unsettle the Market in the first period. Drunk parades into office of mayor Hedges Here s a Story with a catch to it Harold Heeter this City alleged to have been in an intoxicated condition walked into the City build ing saturday night to pass the time. He either forgot his Condi Tion or held the Law in scorn for he made no Bones about Waltz ing into the office of mayor b. T. Hedges. Hiz Zoner was t on hand but Deputy sheriff Miller Fissell placed Heeter under arrest. Plaintiffs have agreed to pay. The following names were drawn from the jury wheel Harry fourth Ward mrs. Charles Peters Walnut twp Taylor Mccrady fourth Ward John har prison twp j. Rooney second i Ward Charles Imler second warded Ruff Hanson twp Isaac Morns Pickaway twp John. P. Adkins Monroe twp w. Neuding third Ward mrs. Harry West Dee Creek twp w. Lathouse first Ward Harry Stevenson Walnut twp r. T. Liston Circleville twp Harry Hill fourth Ward Guy Pettit Sec Ond Ward. He s charge. Being held pending a Jones violin music pleasing Youthful coloured artist return at later Date for Church recital Louis Jones Youthful coloured violinist who has played before several courts in foreign countries pleased a Large audience at the combined service of the presbyter Ian and the methodist episcopal churches held in the former Church sunday evening when he played several numbers As a. Part of the final evening service of the summer. Jones who has also studied under some of the most famous teach ers of violin in Europe played perfect music and it is the plan of the Church to have him return Here for a concert at a later Date. The Church choir m its final rec ital of the summer also Fine work. O had booze fined two Chillicothe men plead guilty before Hedges one pays other in jail. David play and d. P. Ray. Of Chillicothe arrested for Possession of intoxicating liquor sunday morn ing at 3 a. M. By Deputy sheriff Miller Fissell and officer William Mccrady were fined s100 and costs each when Given a hearing before mayor b. T. Hedges monday. Ray paid and was released and May committed to the county Jan until Fine and costs Are paid. When arrested the officers found four bottles of Home brew and a half pint of whiskey in their car Kingston Man two other developments were outstanding today in Chicago s War on Gangland protestant churches of the City were to meet and get the Low Down on the local crime situation. Acting commissioner of police John Alcock was to give out the list of 700 erstwhile detectives who Are to go Back to walking beats in uniform. Police seek hoc thieves new Holland Vicinity scene of old fashioned Man Hunt saturday. An old fashioned Mem Hunt was being staged near new Holland last saturday with authorities from Pickaway co from Fayette co and from new Holland Village scouring the Vicinity for alleged hog thieves who stole four hogs from the Harry Heath farm one mile West of new Holland. Sheriff Minton of Fayette co about a. M. Saturday arrested Isaac Beedy and Ralph Wil Liams of Washington c. H., on suspicion after finding them in the Vicinity of the Heath Home. Mrs. Heath was aroused by the noise As the men were completing their work and As a result a fifth hog was dropped in the Road and the men sped new hol land. Although several loads of Farmers scoured the Vicinity All Day saturday no further Trace of the robbers could be found. T Ilet take i fined Andefa ride Elisha Young Kingston Ivas fined and costs by mayor b Hedges sunday evening after be and get some this statement fresh air. Is drunks held streets sunday evening. He paid and was released. Action for needs an j an action for Money Onn which the plaintiff charges thai the j Money is due him through an old account was filed in common court monday through his Atlo Francis Snyder and Irvin Ney c. A. Weldon by sul m. Family that automobile to take a ride and enjoy the open coun j try can find Many cars off ered in the c la s i i e d i co Luigi of the Herald. F Cirri Eville have been arrested by sheriff s authorities on a charge of cite Livan. Logan St get against George hts. The amount claimed is arid your family Many j hours of pleasure. Traffic t m col. And mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh America s Moat famous parents Are pictured above with the Happy grandparents mrs. Evangeline Lindbergh Mother of the father and or. And Dwight parents of the Mother. By James l. Kilgallen Tirk f Englewood n. J., june Lonel Charles a Lindbergh is fiend the who desired by a Tou of 10 by week end traffic Ohio which caused the scores of other pet Mats the state an incur Nasonal service Check up a treated today an Accident Madison co yesterday took two lives and Able fatal injury of Advt her son. Mrs. Anna Obury 51, of Delaware was aloft it Ian tartly killed when the fun which she we i Lutaf Mack stretch of gravel turned into fee ditch. Tamed a broken. At to her Ausband h. Died in a Cpl Mas fuss fatal 1 Day from injuries wet cafe de. Ellwood Louden a j us car critically mrs. Elisabeth Ruhlman. To Mason her death t Auto crash mar Hani Day. _ four yer old Svitt of fled instantly by an aut Noule Bush Bury caused mrs. Samuel Matheny 73, j Wen. Three Penola most death kor clients at Sylvia Simla 1ft, was Kcf Lodi the aute Obue k we Riding Coli did with yesterday colonel today the proud dad of a son. The baby a fairly Lusty infant was born at yesterday noon. He weighed seven and three Quarter a Happy arrived on mrs. Lindbergh s Twenty yet. Both Bow Rikand the baby were reported in this morning. The Mother is the former Anne Morrow daughter of ambassador and mrs. Dwight w. Morrow. The baby was born in the Pala tial Morrow mansion where mrs. Lindbergh first saw the. Light exactly 24 years ago yesterday. What name speculation was Rife today As to what name Anne and Lindy would give the child. Two of the Best guesses were Dwight Morrow Lindbergh and Charles Augustus Lindbergh or. The famous Lone Eagle is said to the event calmly. He had no comment to make regarding the arrival of the eaglet ambassador Morrow was jubilant. Shortly after the baby was born he went to the Home of Douglas Thompson for Mer mayor of Englewood and exclaimed to a grand daddy in t that great ambassador Morrow was More excited Over the arrival of the baby than he was Over his recent Victory at the polls where he was nominated Republican candidate for United states senator from new Jersey. They say the baby looks like his one of the Morrow servants told Wazid reporters. Or. And mrs. Lindbergh were married May 27. 1929. They have become known As the perfect air couple. They made Many flights together. Despite her approaching Mother Hood mrs. Lindbergh Clung to her custom of accompanying her a the Aphis name be withheld. He telephoned the information to the press associations and to. New York they la. Turn., reuse do anticipation of event. Soon messenger boys loaded with Flowers and congratulatory Tele Grams began arriving at mor Row Home. More Flowers were delivered today mrs. Evangeune Mother of was expected to come to Englewood from her . Grossle Porte Detroit the arrival of the Lindbergh baby was almost the sole topic of conversation in Village today. Many residents went to the mor Row estate and looked through tee Gate where the Morrow House 19 hidden away. Several close friends who were known by the guards were admitted. State Highway traffic Survey begins monday the state department of High ways monday started its traffic Survey of Ohio s system. Traffic will be recorded at 104 fixed Points throughout the state for a Dura Tion of seven months. The general procedure will be As follows there will be four recording parties with two men in each group. It will be the duty of each party to work 26 stations each month and each Survey station will be operated on different Days of the week. The hours of opera Tion Wil be 6 a. M. To 4 p. M. And on the following Day 10 a. M. To 8 p. A. A recording party will i Mous husband on flights. Only j work from 6 a. M. To 4. P. M. Thea j four Days ago they flew together move to the next station location double Tau re 84, ttys. Fac Furer. By five Tost to Mir. act uru jobs of us Jhk various Jiaras of today Mode ice. And were Ras 9, both of , of was drowned in. He waded beyond his a split he was try Jaff to is sics Gail Dow pitl Speed the ried under water swim Milf at the Soott Ness of Bucar Torney Dromms to Iha Jet for River As to reseat he thought Chad was rot funeral held monday rites for wreck heu at 10 a pall to Hartford conn., from Teterboro Airport jew Jersey. Mrs. Lindbergh had invited Sev eral friends for a quiet Celebration of her birthday. The Celebration was postponed however but an immediate Mem Bers of the family remained in t is Morrow Home throughout the Cay. For weeks it is said had been hoping the child would be a eaglet who some Day May Fly the air planes Frith at least some of Ibe skill of his illustrious daddy formal Anco Raceme it of the j and on the following Day operate from 10 a. M. To 8 p. In recording parties will travel each month. Information will include passenger cars. He Jet and heavy trucks buses trailers Tryc Tor Semi trailers foreign and horse drawn vehicles. Funeral Serra pm for buoy butt 22, who was killed last Otway morning in an Auto so cheat Dean was held at tie Bone is Mother mrs. Anna Rutt on w. Union Street monday at 10 a so with re. A s. Tea ing. Pall drum Lawrence Sterling masons to Confer degree a special meet in of it. Ster Ling Lodge no 2b9 and a. M. Will be held in the masonic Hall there thursday evening when the master Mason degree will be conferred. C Beer of Urbana District lecturer attend the most-1 Chicken with All trimmings . To Honor Circleville chamber of com Merce will meet tuesday eve Ning in the chamber s rooms and will Honor members of the John w. Esnel Raan and sons milling company. Circleville s newest Industry which will begin operation in a Short time. Tjie a speaker had been arranged for this meeting but was forced to cancel his engagement. Joe Burns of the program committee monday was endeavouring to find a speaker. Groom Arthur Boyce Parks Joseph Rooney. Ont of town persons who de were or. And mrs. Jennings sad sons. We us and a Authur Ray Metzger or. Adj of. C. Jars Geoffre mrs. Maurice Mill sad Al Scouter All of Colura Tous j of condition of feed Lurtia k. Street who also to to or. D. V. Ing and several masons from Thia j will comprise the evening City plan to visit tie Lodge at that and a Large crowd is expected to time. Tonsil operate Jott Btu Val Selac g. Ationo for

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