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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Coshocton, OhioPhone numbers news room 170 subscription class ads and display ads 205 the Coshocton Tribune the weather Cloudy and colder tonight. Snow flurries. Tuesday Cloudy a lightly colder. Vol. Xxiv no. 101. Coshocton. Ohio monday evening december 12, 1932. Germany s return to Parley strengthens disarmament Hopes three Powers of rce to recognition of German Equality claim in principle French opinion divided Germany pleased Stunson re Gards move As distinctly encouraging development Geneva dec. Months of bickering and ill will Germany was Back in the disarmament con Ference today. N German participation in the con Ference seemingly ended the Dis armament crisis that gripped Europe following the deadlock be tween the German demands for Equality and French insistence on Security. A Resolution to effect a sub Stantial reduction of armaments and recognizing Germany s claim to Equality in had the signatures of representatives of Britain and Italy. A rider promising material results from forthcoming disarmament discus Sions bore the signature of Norman h. Davis United states arms expert. Second blow to treaty Berlin dec. Offi today hailed the terms of German re participation in the Dis armament conference at Geneva As a noteworthy Success for German diplomacy. The five up o w e r declaration pledging Equality in principle for Germany was acclaimed As the second blow in a single year to the Versailles treaty the Lausanne agreement reducing reparations be ing the first. Paris dec. Opinion divided today Over the pos sible benefits of the disarmament agreement reached at Geneva. It was regarded variously in Semi official quarters As Hon est Compromise and a Capitula Tion by Forward step St Taxon Washington dec. Many s return to the general Dis armament conference at Geneva hailed by Secretary of state Stonson today As a distinctly encouraging and As a step Forward in the cause of Dis armament. Beyond this Stimson declined to comment. The text of the Declara Tion agreed upon at the five Power conversation in Geneva deciding to Grant to Germany the principle of Equality in armaments was Given out by the state department without comment. May affect debt it was believed Here that with this chief obstacle removed from the. Path of the conference some headway May be made toward real disarmament. President Hoover and Stimson have repeatedly called the attention of the european nations to the close relationship Between constructive disarmament and the War debts problem with the Broad intimation that if european countries showed a More genuine desire to limit their budgetary expenditures on Arma ments their debt revision pleas might meet with More favor in this country. Germany s action was also acclaimed by members of Congress As greatly increasing the possibilities of the Success of the con Ference. Without Germany few could see identified in f yacht killing i three cents much Chance of the achieving anything. Conference William James Guy above has been identified according to Long Beach calif., police As the mysterious Man at the in the killing of capt. Walter wander Well Globe trotting adventurer. Guy s Story is attacked murder charge expected to be filed against wander Well stupid today Long Beach Cal dec. Detectives moved swiftly today in efforts to break Down the Alibi of William j. Curley Guy held in connection with the murder of opt. Walter wander Well world famed adventurer and Soldier of Fortune. The officers held Edward Jelarm Indian aviator and ills assistant Ralph Dunlap As material witnesses. Delarm had declared that Guy was at the Delarm Home in Glen Dale cal., at 9 o clock last monday hour when wander Well the Man with was shot to death in a darkened Cabin on his yacht the Carma in Long Beach Harbor 30 Miles from Glen Dale. At an All Day grilling several mystery witnesses confronted de Larm. His daughter Juanita and two other persons were said by police to have told conflicting stones about Guy s presence in the Delarm Home the night of the murder. De Larm admitted police said it would have been possible for Guy to have driven to Long Beach that night without knowledge of or. And mrs Delarm. Deputy District attorney William Brayt ii announced he would file a murder complaint against Guy to Day. Colorado Man hangs self in new York jail boil diff lout head hunted since june for embezzle ment captured new York. Dec. Latt night Walter Clyde Davis so who disappeared from Colorado Springs col., last june shortly after a million Dollar shortage in the accounts of a building and loan concern he headed was discovered hanged himself in a cell at police Headquarters today. Using his Necktie to fashion a noose Davis tied one end to an overhead bar in the cell tightened the other about his Throat and dropped from the bar. He was pronounced dead by a police surgeon after an emergency squad had worked on him with inhale actors for an Nour and a Quarter and after physicians had injected strychnine in a futile attempt Ohio warned of continued cold weather cold wave takes toll of four lives in state rain or Snow is predicted driving is hazardous numerous accidents reported in Ohio California has rec Ord cold wave by International service with at least four deaths attributed directly or indirectly to the old wave in the state Ohio was warned today that another frigid blast probably will blow in tonight. Additional rain or Snow followed by dropping temperatures were predicted by weather forecasters. To revive Horn. Traffic conditions thru out the Davis who disappeared from state today were reported As Treach Colorado Springs last june follow j Erous. A Brief rain fell yesterday funeral rites held today for Hannah Cassidy funeral services for Hannah Roberts Cassidy 94, the oldest resident of Dresden who died from infirmities saturday night at the Home of her son. Lee l Cassidy were held this afternoon at dres Den. Rev. Van Buren. Pastor of the Dresden m e Church officiated. Burial was made in Dresden cemetery. The deceased had lived in dres Den the greater part of her life surviving arc the son. Three grandchildren. Bert l Cassidy of i town underwent a major operation Tiu a okla Wilhort Cassidy of i at cloy Hospital sunday soc cola. N. Y. And Lewis Cassidy c a Hanson e m Wright student in the medical col nominating committee named for scout meet Ferdon appoints Board of three for District meeting e. N. Ferdon chairman of the local District committee of boy scouts has appointed his com Mittee on nominations for the an Nual District committee meeting which will be held the first week in january. This will be the election of off j cers of the co Shiocton District i which will include a chairman vice chairman and treasurer along with these officers there will be nominated the nine men of the executive Board of the kno co to Tus area Council. I those appointed on the nominating committee arc e. A Craw Ford As chairman a o Hale and j. S. Elliott. This committee will have its first meeting tuesday noon immediately following the i meeting of the rotary club ing the collapse of the two million Dollar loan association which he headed has been the object of a worldwide manhunt headed by chief of police Hugh d. Harper famous trailer of Western bad men. Davis left Colorado after telling friends he was going to Washington to seek Aid from the reconstruction finance corporation for his Assoc after he disappeared a Check of the company s Deposit boxes revealed a shortage of Davis was charged with embezzle ment. An investigation into the com Pany s affairs by state authorities revealed that Davis had Given 000 in Cash and various expensive gifts to miss Eva Terry an at Tractive Brunette who was formerly Davis Secretary. Miss Terry admitted the gifts but declared they were purely ring endorsed for of i ice of superintendent resolutions endorsing f. R. King superintendent of co. Schools and condemning the mus Kii gum co. Board of education were passed at a meeting of Mem Bers of Rural boards of education and school Heads of Musk Ngum co. In Zanesville saturday. The Resolution drafted in favor of supt. Ring read local boards of education deplore the situation which now exists in the county Board of education whereas the local boards feel that the whole mater is Noth ing but personal by play on the part of reactionaries to strength selfish motives and no Thot has been Given to the welfare of the majority or the pocketbook of the taxpayer and whereas the supreme court will hear the cases now Pend ing on january 24, be it resolved 1 that after the decision of the court has been rendered the county Board members cooperate Harmony is the strength of All institutions. 2 that we extend to or. Ring a vote of Confidence for the Way in which he has conducted the office of county superintendent and that we extend to him our Hearty support and co fair dates Are selected today at annual meet dates for the 1933 Coshocton co. Fair and the re election of All offi in Central Ohio glazing saturday s heavy Snow with a covering of ice. Numerous automobile accidents were reported. Two smash ups resulted in fatalities. Three men Aro killed on one of the treacherous roads John f. Weismantle 21, of de Fiance was killed when his Auto Mobile skidded and plunged into a ditch near Haviland. George w. Pigley 45, of Mckee port pa., died in it. Carmel hos Pital at Columbus from injuries received when he slipped on an icy Road in the path of an oncoming truck. Cecil Dunn 46, of Point pleasant w. A was drowned near Galli Polis when he lost his footing and slipped off the icy deck of the Steamer tue die into the Ohio River. Another indirect victim of the cold wave was mrs. Anna Steffan. Who died in a Columbus Hospital from Burns received when she stoked up a fire in her Home Dur ing the preparation of a meal. Roads Are cold weather following a slight thaw traffic conditions even More hazardous state High Way department officials said. In several Ohio cities unemployed men were to be put to work Clear ing the streets of Snow and ice. Air planes were grounded Over the week end at both Columbus and Cincinnati. A companion of the. First touch of Winter was the year s first coasting Accident which Brot a fractured shoulder and Scalp lacerations to William Mallory 9, of Lancaster. His sled which was hooked to the rear of a sled swung out in front of the car when the Auto turned and the boy was run Over. Five automobiles figured in wrecks Over a Small stretch of Road near new Philadelphia. California sees Snow san Francisco dec 12. A record cold wave today held Cali fornia in its grip. Snow fell generally in san fran Cisco other Peninsula cities and in the san Joaquin Valley. The Low temperature was 27 de Grees which broke All records Dur ing the 62 years that weather Fig ures had been kept. All previous records also broken at Sacramento where the minimum was 17 degrees above Zero Artichoke crops Between Moss Beach and Pescadero were ruined but growers of oranges in the san Joaquin Valley said their damage great Britain France Are stumped on debts so they looked a Little cheerful this May be their last picture together but Are they downhearted no president Hoover and his members lined up for this picture looking Stern. Then a cameraman asked can t you look a relaxed in laughter and smiles with this result. Seated left to right Are l Mills Treasury vice president Charles Curtis. President Hoover Henry l. Stern so state Stivi Clung left to right Are Roy a Hatpin Ray Brown Oft lets f. 6 accused of plot to kill woman hired men to kill her husband to collect insurance charge Cleveland dec. Men and b. Woman were held in City jail Here today facing charges of the woman s Hus band in a suspected plot to collect his life insurance. Those named in the warrants were mrs. Victoria Smith ,31, the wife Homer Walton 45, her alleged Lover and Wilford Randall 22, Sam Artuno 24, and o been 24, reputed gunmen. The woman police said has signed a statement admitting she had paid the five men because they threatened to expose the alleged plan to dispose of her husband according to detectives. Statements in which they con fessed to participating in the Pur ported plot also have been obtained from the five men. Detectives said. One of the men held is a reputed sweetheart of the woman. Police said Smith was attacked by three men on a Road near Oberlin last oct. 7. Altho shot twice in the head. Smith recovered from his wounds in the Allen Hospital at Oberlin. The alleged plot was revealed to Cleveland police when Smith obviously frightened appeared at Central Headquarters and told the officers he feared a second attack on his person. Mrs Smith according to police was alleged to have devised the suspected plot after she had fallen in love with a neighbor a Man led Man i said they had been inform i de that the services of a killer had most Beautiful words Lardner makes Choice by Arthur b. Donegan ins staff correspondent. New York dec. Fred j. Funk poet and publisher listed the ten words he con siders the most Beautiful in the English language. That was on saturday. Today found his list a target for hoots from new York s literati none of whom seemed to agree with or. Funk and none of whom seemed to be Able to get together on a common de Cade of verbiage. Hush Lullaby Mur Muring tranquil Luminous Golden Mist Melody and Chimes arc the words evoking most Beauty for Funk. But not for anyone else apparently. Fannie Hurst novelist did t think much of the list Dawn is like a dead sold Sho Lullaby is Nice. Luminous is Good but not As Good As Lyric i think there Are none More Beautiful than these serenity vitality mercy Beauty itself Madonna just say Madonna it s like a Cradle in t Dorothy parked hopped right on the Funk entries. Why what a silly list. Hush in t pretty. The words i Likic Tho Are Cheque and enclosed Albert Payson Terhune had a list of his own. It eventide hush autumn silently flowing Twilight slumber forever homeward and the meaning of Many of out Terhune thinks destroys our appreciation of their inherent music. For example Lush Ancl antipathy heti Drlik will pm Van Loon historian and Painter thinks cellar door the most Beautiful word in uie but he Ndel led lie does t feel tha English language because the first 20 years of his life were passed with the dutch Tongue. I like hard Short words he admitted like talk. Take Cuspid or that s a Good word but it took ring lard i to Trot out the toughest competitor Foi the Funk selections. The ten words most Beautiful to Lardner he avers arc Gan Giene. Flit scram wretch Smoot guzzle Mcnaboe fan esoteric favorite of Blute and Crene a Blute in Lar Nerese is a smoker who t inhale and a Crenic is a Man who inhales but does t Esther Scott 83, summoned at local Home mrs Esther Jane Scott 83 widow of James Scott died at her Home 504 North eighth St Sun two men injured in week end collisions four cars wrecked saturday near newcomers town Carl Richards Newcom Eitown received deep lacerations about the face and Scalp and John Callen in two decide payment is inevitable latest reply to u. S. To provisional payment offers leaves no other route bulletin Paris dec. Will not make unconditional payment of the War debt instalment due on december 15. Before a packed Cham Ber of deputies Premier edouard Herriot made this Flat announcement tonight while in the same breath he would Honor France s great Britain and France today were faced with no alternative but to the december is War debt instalment or else default. American rejection of the Franco British whereby the december 15 payment was suggested the first instalment under an entirely new scheme of payments hit Paris and London like a Bombshell. Prime minister j. Ramsay Mac Donald left parts for London Leav ing behind him in the French caprial the impression that Brit Ain would Bow to the and make the payment without any strings attached. Premier Mouard her lot of France indicated he would once again follow Britain s Lead what Ever it might be and hoped to defer parliamentary consideration of the Issue until the British Cabi net makes a Deal note decision. W v j Annj. Iti idl v bin., us it i jul Fly ocl i i i of i w i would be slight unless the freezing been obtained for this amount Day from complications Tine Akron Duff died slight weather continued most of the allegedly was paid after the attack Esther Jane lighten was born As a result of two wrecks Orange crop had been harvested. On Smith and later the woman was in 1849, a daughter of Joseph and when happened but a few minute. Cers were re elected and this afia lice Welch of Dresden called 1 sunday morning preceded her to the grave 11 years of Vert h t 1 of the Coshocton co. Agricula air planes flying in san fran i forced to More to keep the Esther Morton lighten society for the ensuing year Cisco Bay ports from the East had men from revealing the affair to featured the annual re organza difficulty locating the airports and police Accord intr to authorities Uon meeting of the county fair service was discontinued Board at the Fairgrounds today Snow and rain continued to fall adhering to the practice of hold in Southern California. Ing the fair during the first full freezing temperatures prevailed week in october the Board fixed in the Citrus Belt but growers had october 3 4, 5. 6 and 7 As the smudged m most localities and dates for the 1s33 exposition off damage was held to a minimum Angeles had 43 inches of u. S. Reply Sharp Washington dec. That the United states will not the stampeded into any one sided agreement for revision of the european debt settlements was served upon great Britain and other european debtors today. On the eve of the special Mes Sage which president Hoover is expected to Send to Congress urging some form of reconsideration of the debt funding agreements of 10 years ago Secretary of state Stim declared in effect that the new Deal which the european debtor nations arc seeking can be Only by negotiation and with the full consent of the creditor nation. The debtor nations May not at Tach strings or conditions to the payments which they Are obligated to make on dec. 15. With the Only alternative of default. The United states Treasury Stimson said will accept the payments when proffered but acceptance of the Money will not constitute acceptance of or Agi Cement to any new conditions put Forward by the debtors is Lupin is astonished London dec 12 the dra Matic Rufil Al of the United states government to accept conditional payment of the dec 15 War debt instalment nit great Britain like a Bombshell today among officials. In news Pancis and on the Secretary of she had apart Hospital notes mrs Archie Fletcher. Newcomers lege at Columbus grandchildren. And 14 great r birth notes a son was born sunday afternoon to or. And mrs. Clarence Pierce Denman a. A son was born today to or. And mrs Robert Foster Roscoe. A daughter was born sunday to or. And mrs. Albert Lupp 514 0mrtbi tenth spa Fri and j d. Shaw attendee her mrs. Forrest Sharer newcomers town underwent a minor operation at City Hospital saturday. Drs c a. Hanson and j d. Shaw were the attending physicians. Columnist dead Mansfield of dec. E. Bell 65. Veteran newspaper re Porter and columnist for mans Field Cwb died at his Norm today. Bell was formerly Post master at Butler. Funeral services will held tomorrow afternoon. Ter noon the Board financial and attendance for the past year. Those returned to office Are n w Barrett president r g Dar los Ling first vice president and treasurer b o Stogle. Second vice president and c v crop Secretary five Board members re elected at the recent election and s a or Man newly elected member resumed office at today meeting Ard lighten two , Stevenson of the Home and mrs Mac an illness of pneumonia resulted reports of 35 above Zero 7" a up Welch Stevenson of the Home and mrs Mac the forecast was continued cold Hev hons m Dre of Everett two Broth --------1 lit cars Samuel lighten of Pittsburgh family of even cell ten had l Kate _. Hearing rain and a minimum temperature her Home i today with More rain predicted for in Welch by in a resident of Coshocton for j on route 21 saturday More than 50 years her husband the first occurred when a study by mrs. Scott was a member of the local in Ltd presbyterian Church i women s Relief corps Royal no ugh j Bors and the Rebekah Lodge she is survived by one son. Ison v 1.1_ w 11 i 11 i u to c North of new i state Stimson s Quick reply to Brit Baker Sedan collided with a driven by an unidentified Bolh cars turned Over a Bank the Tain s latest War debt note virtually the Only topic of discus Sion the conditions in the Boltish Richards not were that the payment should Chevrolet coach be regarded Ai an instalment credited to whatever final agree Man ment might be reached in future urge Farmers to Frfd univ us. Tank to 1u Attu game Birds in county _ n q to report tuesday the following men Are to re poit at the City barn at 7 a m tuesday for work Floyd Shearn John h. Simpkins. W n Simp Kins Thomas Skelton Richard Skelton. Arthur Smalley. Car son smaller. Ira Smith Frank Spellman John Stephenson. John staph Citison or Seniv steer Charles Stone cat Vern Swigert of the co univ today were urged by game Warden it a Bailey to Aid in the propagation of Quail and pheasants by feeding y at 3 m h. The Birds Long As Snow makes it Rector of Trinity epic of j f i cops. It lurch of officiate. Burial will be lived Sci entire live in that Laze she is survived by two grand daughters. Mrs Lydia Butler of Cambridge and Alice Salt cite and on Paul of St lot ivs funeral services will be held at the episcopal Church in Dresden at 3 p m Rev n. H. Impossible for them to obtain food for themselves. He pointed out that the heavy snowfall saturday has made it impossible for the Birds to Fred and unless Farmers feed them until after the Snow disappeared a Large number of Birds will 111" state department feed wherever necessary i said the Dresden cemetery. Meet this evening will made in Edward died three years ago. And three children died a in fancy funeral services be held at the Hanlon funeral Home at 2 30 o clock tucs Dav afternoon Rev r. M Kiskaddon of the first fresh Church this City will officiate interment will be made in the Oak Ridge cemetery the family requests that Flowers be omitted. Fire loss shop Early and buy Christmas seals Chevrolet coach undamaged debt negotiations but Richards car demolished the suddenness he was i moved to the office of or Roy d Hildebrand in Newcom Castown where several stitches were required to close the wounds. The second collision occurred a few after the first Ai Chevrolet Coupe driven by Callon tone collided with a car driven by i Deputy of Carl Scott of new Philadelphia both were dam aged the Accident is a loped to have occurred when Collentine who was driving toward no Romej town applied ins brakes to avoid i hitting the " Rocker which was Tow ing Richards car to the garage and car. Vith which continued on Page eight prisoners Ossining n y Der approximately damage was uasi Minc m y Der 7 Rabb t Brucd by a in the and length u of ils a association will m the Herb car build my saturday noon Tho Fie new sins John and a Nair office 130 North blare caused by an overheated to William Sutton .10 fourth evening at 7 30 Furnar Nurt was extinguished by both Jon vein Tirol up a Bailey o clock instead of thursday evening reported. City fire vat by the of Chemi Trust a and escaped Over Uio today. H shopping Days til Christmas

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