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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, Coshocton, Ohio Phone numbers news poom 170. Subscription class ads and display ads 205. The Coshocton Tribune the weather and warmer sunday. Warmer monday. Vol. Xxx no. 204. Fall leased wire report of United press Coshocton Ohio sunday morning March 19, 1939. Best of newspaper features. Comics and pictorial services three cents democracies rally to Stop Hitler Leader plans opposition to new measure Coshocton vitally interested in two Bills is another in the series of articles that Are provided by rep. 3. Harry Mcgregor of Coshocton county speaker pro Tern and majority floor Leader of the House of representatives reviewing accomplishments of the last week in the legislature and giving an in sight into what will come before the House next week. By s. V. Cox two Bills will come up for consideration in the House Dur ing the next week in which Coshocton county residents Are vitally interested. Both will be fought vigorously to almost cer Tain defeat by administration forces with or. Mcgregor Lead ing the Battle. First is the Ehrich Bill designed to place control of outdoor advertising in the hands of the state Highway department and state planning commission under the Guise of Highway beautification. Actually what the measure does is eliminate outdoor Adver Tising its opponents declare. The measure is vitally inter Esting to Coshocton residents where More than 1200 workers Are employed in three plants manufacturing outdoor Adver Tising specialities the american Art works the Novelty Adver Tising co., and the h. D. Beach co. Elimination of outdoor advertising it has been declared would throw every one of those persons permanently out of employment and probably would re sult in Complete shutdown of these major Coshocton industries. I understand that some of Coshocton s clubs Are planning to Forward resolutions protesting against the Bill to us at Columbus be fore wednesday when the measure gets its first or. Mcgregor said. That will be of help to us for there Are some organizations continued of Page three Board to delay declares Caton head of University Board says next meeting is april 10 Columbus possibility of the Ohio state University Board of trustees con Ferring to select another presidential candidate before april 10 was seen saturday by Harry Ca ton of Coshocton Board chair Man. Caton s statement came follow ing rejection of an offer to the position extended to or. Arthur h. Compton University of Chi Cago physicist and Nobel prize Winner. Compton who considered the proposal for the past week in formed the Board in a lengthy letter that he More inter ested in doing research work in the Field of physics. The Board in a secret meeting at Marion Lart sunday informally offered or. Compton the position at a reputed annual salary of plus a Campus Home and an automobile. There will be no meeting sunday and there is Little possibility of the Board conferring before april 10. Its regular meet Caton paid. Ancient and modern pottery porcelain featured in exhibit at City s museum a display of ancient and modern pottery Procel Atn supplemented by an exhibit arranged by the Fope Gosser China co., showing modern pottery is made is in Progress at John son Humrickhouse museum and daily attracting increasing numbers of visitors. Mrs. L. M. Anderson director of the museum has prepared a lecture explaining the various High Points of the exhibit which is Avail Able to groups of 15 or More persons who make reservations for a particular Date to visit the Stit ution she announced. The display is one of the most Complete of its Type Ever placed at the museum ranging from primitive material of the pre Toltec and Toltec roman and egyptian classifications to modern Dinnen Vare manufactured Here in Coshocton. Common clays used by the ancients form material for the objects in the primitive group which starts with objects probably at first Acci dentally formed by Early Day humans when a Camp fire had been constructed Over a Clay bed. Discovery that the Clay would hold its shape when treated by heat was followed by increasingly elaborate designs and decorations i Lustra continued in five hear he died in Chust War american cameraman Peter Lissiuk 19, a former student at peeks Kiu n. A military Academy was reported killed while trying to photograph a Battle Between czech Gen Darmes and ukrainians in Chust capital of car Patho Ukraine spa preparing for drastic Cut officials draft orders to slash Rolls As Economy Echo works pro Gress administration officials last night drafted orders to Cut 000 persons from spa Rolls while the administration battled Economy advocates in Congress for to continue re Lief at its present level until july 1. Spa administrator Francis c. Harrington will Issue orders monday providing a plan for Severance of persons from Relief Rolls on april 1 in event Congress does not provide the additional funds. The plan approved by president Roosevelt Calls for the april 1 Cut to be followed by a reduction Early in May and an additional reduction in june. Relief Rolls currently stand at about persons. If the additional requested on two separate occasions by the president is approved by con Gress the orders for Relief reductions will not be made effective. The House appropriations sub committee considering the new request however gave no Indi cation that it would Grant the full plan dedication of Nellie school program to be Given on Friday evening in auditorium a dedication ceremony for the new Nellie school will be held Friday evening at i the school auditorium. The building replaces the old Nellie school which was completely destroyed by fire of undetermined origin on May 5, 1938. The new Structure is of Brick Semi fireproof and modern in every description. It consists of three classrooms one of which includes an electrically equipped Kitchen. It also has an office an auditorium and two lavatories. It has automatically controlled steam heat and its own water system. The auditorium has a seat ing capacity of More than 250, with a stage equipped with cur Tain Cyclorama and Borders. The corridors Are lined with glazed tile. Emergency Bonds in the amount of were issued which with the insurance received from the old building and a pea Grant of were sufficient to Complete the building. Fred Jacobs Coshocton Achi text Drew the plans and Edja cobs also of Coshocton was the general contractor. The Gesling plumbing co. Of Lancaster was the heating contractor Vernon l. Bates of Coshocton plumbing contractor and George f. Whitte More of scene the electrical Engineer. Alois Darling president of the Nellie school Board is chairman of the committee in charge of dedication ceremonies the Fol lowing program has been arranged music by a quartet composed of Rev. A. Mathias e. E. Linebaugh Everett Darling and Floyd w. Singer vocal Solo Ann Keppell of Roscoe address by Dick Smith assistant director of education Columbus remarks by county superintendent j. F. Lautenschlager Short talks by former principals of the Nellie High school selection by the quartet general inspection of the building. A social hour is planned Dur is which refreshments will be served. British envoy called Home recruiting army seeks cadets for new planes in air Force state health group i meets at new philae an Appeal to leaders in Bel Mont. Carroll Guern sey Harmon. Holmes and Jef Fer Jon counties was made thurs Day by Charles g. Greig Field representative of the Public health asked co operation in finding Early tuberculosis. Or. Grig was speaker at an All Ray meeting of pubic health worke s held at the Xiv Phila Delphia tuberculosis Sanatorium. Mrs. Grace Kaer of new Phila Delphia presided or. W. A. Mcmichael Coshocton county health commissioner and Tenn coun y filth nurse represented this county. The War department saturday announced plans to Start at once training1 lome 3.000 additional flying cadets to Man the new air planes to be obtained under the enlarged army air corps program. The army will recruit Fly big cadets among College Stu dents who graduated in june. Several boards or army officers have been appointed to Fly to the Vari Ous slates visit colleges and universities and interview prospective candidates. The plan is to Start train ing of the candidates in 15 selected commercial air schools in various parts of the country. I is improved Henry Barrick who a been ill with at her Home Ion route 5, is slightly improved. Pittman will seek Neutral act repeal Washington chairman key Pittman of the Senate for eign relations committee announced last night that he will introduce a Bill monday to re peal the neutrality Law and substitute a statute permitting the United states to sell munitions on a earn and carib basis to any nation engaged in a declared or undeclared conflict Pittman the Bill is not de signed to Aid any nation but admitted the Cash and carry provision would reset favourably to the two great european Brit Ain and Fiance. Since France and the Aman fic shipping lanes they would ready Access to re sources in of War sir Nevile Henderson Brit ish ambassador to Berlin was called Home to report on the German seizure of Czecho Slovakia. Defense Council ready for peace Spanish republicans ask Franco to negotiate honorable terms Republican de sense Council last night Broad cast a message to the massed armies of nationalist Gen. Fran Cisco Franco asking whether the nationalists were prepared to negotiate an honorable peace Julian Besteiro a moderate Leader of the old socialist work ers Paity and a member of the defense Council broadcast the a peal by radio to the nationalists who have been massing their armies for an petted about Madrid. I we Are prepared to Start which will assure us of honorable peace which will avoid useless shedding of Besteiro said. We await your Besteiro was one of the moderates in the new defense coun cil and ha5 Lent been an advocate of peace. The defense coun cil which overthrew the regime of Juan Negrin was formed to negotiate peace but first was forced to fight for a week against a communist led rebellion in the j army. The rebellion was finally i suppressed after much blood shed and severe fighting in a i did. Stra Toliner crash takes eleven lives new Boeing air plane Falls to Earth on test hop Alder a 33-Pas Senger air plane built to Fly in the sub stratosphere feet above the Earth crashed saturday while on a test flight. Eleven men were killed. Two of them were representatives of the Royal Hutch airlines. The dutch representatives and nine employees of the Boeing air Craft company of Seattle were aboard the big four motored plane when it was taken up from the Seattle Field for a test flight. When it crashed thru the Trees and into a Small Ravine near Here All lost their lives. Northwest airlines in Seattle said a department of Commerce Pilot Grant Braddick flew Over the wreck and identified the ship As the Boeing Stra Toliner. Braddick said the Tail of the huge plane apparently fell off. Eyewitnesses talk his impression was the same As others some of whom said they saw the plane fall. Arthur Jacobsen said he and his daughter were watching the big ship As it flew Over Small Community about 3q Miles from Tacoma. It was humming smoothly v he said Sud Denly there Wajs a terrible sharper hum. Then it looked like a part of the Tail fell off but i m not sure. My daughter said it might have been any Way the thing seemed to fall partly apart in the air. After that awful hum the engines seemed to die and the plane Way up in the air be Gan to dive. Finally it straightened out and kind of sloughed into the ground. We drove to the scene. It was an awful sight. We counted eight bodies. They weren t in uniform or anything just Plain clothes. We saw the numbers on the plane but could t make out what they Clarence scaly said he saw the ship fall As he was driving along a Mountain Highway. It looked United states stops just Short of War in condemning nazis continued on prep we Leo t Washington the United states saturday invoked Strong economic and diplomatic measures Short of War to condemn nazi aggression in Central Europe. The Treasury department imposed penalty duties on German imports to this country while the state department drafted a Strong formal note expected to condemn in Plain language the Wanton lawlessness of Germany s temporary extinguish ment 1 of the Post War Czechoslovakia democracy. The dual action placed the United Stales in line with great Britain and France in parallel action condemning nazi expansion in Central Europe in Defiance of International pledges. It strained further the already taut relations Between the United states and nazi Germany and appeared to approach the extreme of peaceful protests against aggression suggested by president Roosevelt when he told Congress that there Are Many methods Short of War but Strong and More effective than Mere words of bringing Home to aggressor governments the aggregate sentiments of our nazi engulf nent of the czechoslovakian democracy Brot devel ordered Home from Berlin continued on Page six Robert Colondre French ambassador to Berlin has been ordered to Paris for a report on German s current eastward thrust. Native of Everalls Dies in Massillon Anna Huff Sisley a native of the Vicinity died at her Nome in at p. M saturday following a three firn diabetes she 42 Anna Huff was in Everalls three North of Nev Comers twon dec 15, 1897, the daughter of u act a Margaret Huff and moved to 20 so one a of the Church. City s project to be boosted the National Rivers and har Bors Congress meeting in Washington d. C., March 21 and 22, will be asked to give Coshocton assistance in protecting Banks of the Muski Ngum River Here City officials announced saturday. The Bank has been badly Cut into at Confluence of the Wal icon dog and Tuscarawas Rivers causing Home danger to the mul Jerry St. Sewer outlet which is at that Point. Many months ago j safety director tee Heller and j mayor Ben Hardy after studying i the situation there submitted i project 589" to the Federal government for the Sterg hening of the River Bank at this Point. Friday afternoon mayor Hardy or. Haller received notice they Nad been appointed on a sub i committee of the River and har i Bors to develop the pro eject for per in tuition. While the City officials 1 not go to Egton d. For the meeting of the and Narbors they saturday vote congressman w. A. A 1. . A King Lulu to c i to in at the meet ing and to of Uither he pro in t he found Mer chants a Hobby Hexhi fits monday at meet a meeting of All merchants of the City participating in the Spring opening March 22 to March 26, inclusive during which a Hobby show and mis spelled word contest Are to be carried out will be held at a. M. Monday in the Home building auditorium j. R. Smith Secretary of the association of Commerce announced saturday. Hobby exhibits that Are to be displayed along with new Spring merchandise will be drawn by the merchants at that time and entry Blanks in the mis spelled word contest distributed or. Smith announced. Prizes of and Are offered for the Best Hobby exhibits and prizes of and five of each Are offered for the nearest Correct list of mis spelled words and an essay of not More than 25 words on the subject Why i should make it a Hobby to shop in Coshow mis spelled words will appear on cards describing Hobby exhibits in each participating Mer chant s window. Official Blanks May be obtained from the mar opening of bids set for monday contract for building of Hospital addition to be awarded bids on the Ernest Bachert memorial addition to City hos Pital will be opened by the Board of Hospital commissioners fit noon monday in City Council chamber. The new addition and its equip ment plans will and Cost specifications under completed by architect Fred Jacobs and on file in the office of Jesse Haller City safety service director. Award of a contract will be followed by an Early Start in construction officials said in an Effort to have the addition ready for service by sept. 1. The Addi Tion will provide accommodation for 17 More patients and will be known As the crippled Section of the Hospital. Its construction was made possible by cooperation Between trustees of the Bachert memorial fund who provided in accrued interest to match a 363 pea Grant. The w. J. Paul construction co of Zanesville now is completing a addition to the Hospital made by and and Powers form United front against nazis diplomatic relations broken As Steps Are taken Britain and by Stern action of the United de last night to rally a United front of democratic Powers against Adolf Hitler s armed con quest of Central Europe. Emphasis on economic Retalia Tion and non recognition of the German Conquest appeared Likely As a result of american imposition of Tariff penalties on German imports and British boy Cott of Berlin in Trade negotiations with nations of Northern Europe. With Germany defiantly pre pared to go ahead and Italy expected soon to demand greater Power in the Mediterranean the British led Stop Hitler Offens Ive took form amid a flurry of dynamite Laden International developments that marked the end of Britain s famed appeasement program for living at peace with the dictators. Send in protests Britain and France protested to Berlin against the seizure and dissolution of Czechoslovakia re fusing to recognize the armed Conquest. Prime minister Neville Chamberlain met with his Cabinet in an extraordinary session to map resistance to the dictators. The Cabinet meeting lasted two hours and 20 minutes and was understood to have discussed the entire european situation including new German threats in. The direction of Rumania. Chamberlain will remain at Downing St. Over the week end As was customary daring the 1938 sude ten crisis but no week end ses Sions of the mini hers were planned. A conference of defense ministers at the offices of the in continued on Page twelve chants co operating and the essay must be written i the Back of this Blank. Interest in the Hobby exhibits was High Here Over the week end with or Smith in Possession educators visit at soil Center work done at station is explained by chief after tour continued on Page twelve Al rejects Lewis proposal for peace american federation of labor last night flatly rejected the Congress of in proposal to make peace in the inns of labor by organizing All Union men in an american Congress of labor. John p. Frey member of the federa Tion s executive Council charged that the peace plan was originated a i by the communist Pait education officials from Many parts of the state Friday visited the soil conservation station of the to. S. Depart rent of agriculture in Mill Creek township to obtain a better idea of the work done there in order that conserva Tion of the soil May be More Thoro by represented in school Curnc Luis. W. D. Ellison manager of the project Here was official Host and explained the Many Points of in Twiest about the big station to the visitors. Included among those who at j tended were d. W. Hoover vocational agricultural instructor in the Keene and Fresno schools a. I Pence City school superintendent j. F Lautenschlager county us permit indent of schools j. R. Smith Secretary of the a Socia Tion of Commerce j. W. Johnston president Coshocton a. Of c j. A. Bash principal of Keene Rural 500 pea Grant. The addition is to be completed for arced Tare by april 9 but will not be equip Ped and ready for until May 12, National Hospital Day which will be Here a open h Josf event at the an Hospital with of ii to Genera Public the institution nerf off Ion posse circles House in trap for killer Powell of 50 heavily armed men surround eco an isolated ranch night where they Bele cd they had trapped Earl Durand. Fugitive Kil Ler who eats his meat raw and drink i liquor straight. The ranch v. As the Home of Ryone Knoff need by officers As the Only close Friend of Durand. Who fled into the mountains after killing undo Kneiff d. At. In mfr and m infill Cherie f night during a jail break. She is or shed by her husband Bert a of Ibert of the Home a Duemo e a e Erah her father Dav id a Huff Everalls i Rhoda Miller Mic Jennev mrs Flor ence Hurst and mrs. Charle Kohl All of a Ilion. Or. Roy Probst mrs. Charles sic Gar Cleveland and mrs. Arthur Tingle r. Weirton w cd and Brothers David Huff Massillon and Huff funeral will be held at 2 p. M monday at the Everalls u. B. Chinch .1 Naig 1 of Rev. Re Xoi h bin Ril be in the Chuin . I prospects brighten for business help j a s h i n Tox prospects brightened last night for completion of the administration tax program in the coming week. Treasury disclosure that the reduction in income tax collection so far this month not been As severe a originally anticipated elevated the of adm i trs lion elements Broad re. Of the a poin e 1 jux t ii Tuio to tit Multi e economic contract Extension for miners forecast new Appala Chian bituminous Coal Pio Durris. Predicted privately night that collective bargaining with the United mine worker Union would result in Extension of i hair agreement coveting 338.000 miners for one 01 two More years u. M. W. Officials Are demand ing a 50 cents per Day wage m i crease and the operators ask a pay Cut of the Carrie amount. The Union seeks a six hour any 30 hour week guarantee of 200 working per and eve feral other contract improvements. The proposal advanced by president John l. Lewis of the Cio called for uni firtion of the Al and the Cio with the rail 10, d brother Hoorns. M a labor con Gre. Of Vav High neither nor id ont William Green of the i federation a vouch be officers Tho Frd Frlion made it. Plain that Lewis plan will i not by Conan died when labor Ron representing the Cio Al meet Here next Friday to resume peace negotiations named on committee for postmasters convention High school Eucl b. From join College h h. Depau ment of education. Of sin " apr Ity Columbu f e c Rule pcs Dayton Robert e. W Stern t. C Etc h a. Rider. C " t a Columbu o f p Tion supervisor Guilbert r Kiev Ednd to j postmaster Joseph. W. Johnston of Coshocton has been named on a committee to arrange for the j Ohio convention of the National association of Postma ters at Lumbus july 20 to 22. Algy b. Murphy Troy postmas Ter and Secretary of the state or 1 sanitation has called a meeting of the committee for March 25 at the Southern hotel in Columbus at which Vincent Burke postmaster i it we Hington d. A will deliver a talk. Sampie any or c. Fiend b. C tors ant so o. A. Volko i f t. Bode be a c. Ling Der up re tic a Ontario c c Brov. Nine p la nil Phi Adele a Cipu the Muski Ngum Iti a Horl Ancy District. I birth notes i i a son Bon recently to i. And Nathan Lapp of Chin Tor. Or. Lapp is a sri of Mel Roscoe and formerly i de in Cosho Cottu

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